Daughter was shot 'assassination style' amid 'systemic corruption,' suit says
I'm not a big fan of our litigious society, but in this case I think a
lawsuit is absolutely warranted, if for no other reason than to get to the
truth. Our local news is rife with allegations of corruption, and suits like
these are one way for the system to operate in the light of day, rather than
through back room deals and potential coverups.
The Sister was shot in back of the head and they claim that it wasn't,
"execution style?" What type of killing would it be characterized?These corporate security officers, posing as law enforcement officials
have gotten out of hand.
I'm in with Rational. Law enforcement agencies always circle the wagons to
defend themselves rather than taking a long hard look at one of their own. The
law enforcement community is a cloistered society, they hang together and have
an "us against them" mentality.It is obvious that WVPD was
corrupt by what we know so far. The corruption may have been by neglect of
incompetent leadership but that is no excuse. The longer the county attorney
drags his feet in making a decision, the more people will begin to think
he's covering up, hoping the problem will go away, or he's incompetent
as well. My guess is that all people involved are not saying anything to
protect themselves and the guilty.Get people on a witness stand in
front of a grand jury, make them testify under oath, maybe then we'll have
an idea of what might have happened.
Sounds like a drug deal gone bad. What was her criminal history - I bet it was
Wow. I wish I had sjc's ability to render snap judgments - including for
people he didn't even know. And is he sure that "drug deal gone
bad" is a capital offense to be applied without arrest or trial?