Police Reports from April 3rd, 4th, 5th are unavailable online though reports before and after are available
the reports cost $7.50
Those guys are missing out on some revenue while those records are unavailable.
Last edited by Simon W. Moon; 04-08-15 at 11:46 AM.
I may be wrong.
But this was a guy with a busted tail light and an arrest warrant for non payment of child support. A 50 year old man on foot with cops coming into the area, this man was not a danger to anyone and he should have either took the trouble of running after the guy and tacking him (he was 20 years the man's junior) or he should have waited for backup and arrested them at their leisure.
What this officer did now was wrong, dead wrong and from what I see and know completely illegal. I doubt there is one police academy where they teach their officers that this is the correct procedure for taking down an unarmed, non-violent offender, tail light busted, 50 year old father of 4 (if I remember correctly) children. If an officer did something like this in my country he would be arrested and prosecuted (not for murder but with a lesser offense and his walking papers) after an official investigation and in this case it seems tragic that the 50 year old man ran into this "loose gun police officer" instead of the tens of thousands of decent police officers who would have been able to solve this case without killing an unarmed fleeing man in the back with 8 bullets.
Wilders is a piece of gutter trash, a gutless populist who has no morality to speak of.
They all leave the impression that cops are liars and the only reason we don't know about it is because there isn't video to prove it. The implication being, cops are getting away with murder.
A Canadian conservative is one who believes in limited government and that the government should stay out of our wallets and out of our bedrooms.
That's not the way it works in other trials, where the prosecution is on one side and the defense on the other--only in those cases, where there's a kick-ass private lawfirm for the defense--can voir dire yield a fair jury.