Sunday, May 04, 2014

Why, it's like they want bad things to happen at executions!

As if they want the publicity or something!
Missing from that report - and most others - was the reason why states are using new drug mixes obtained through unconventional means: Since the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Kentucky's three-drug lethal-injection protocol as constitutional in 2008, death penalty opponents have used every trick in the book to make the drugs disappear.
After the big bench affirmed the three-drug protocol, activists went after suppliers. The European Union threatened to ban the export of sodium thiopental to the United States. European producers stopped making it. U.S. manufacturer Hospira did too.

That's when states started experimenting and scrounging for "untested" drugs.

Under the heading of 'LE who should be in jail, I thought perjury was a crime?',
In Quiles’ report, he claimed that he stopped at the sign, and the accident was Weyker’s fault.

Within two days, authorities received video proof that the crash had been Quiles fault. They did not drop the charges, however. The county even wrote letters to Weyker demanding that she pay for all the damages to both cars.

Five months later, test results proved that Weyker was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of the arrest. Still, it took another five months for prosecutors to drop the charges against her.
Said county officials and prosecutors should be fired, and the prosecutors disbarred.  They KNEW she was innocent, yet kept the prosecution going; add to 'prosecutorial misconduct' the taxpayer money they wasted on this.

And yet more disgraces to the badges they hide behind:
One officer can be heard to say: “Dude, we got the wrong guy.”

Johnson was hauled into the back of a police car, protesting all the while that he had done nothing wrong.

One officer jokingly suggested planting drugs in Johnson’s car.

“Someone drop the dope in here,” said an officer.

Nobody followed through on this suggestion. The officers did arrest Johnson for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, however.
Dudes, you're violent thugs trying to hide your screwup by arresting your victim.  You're liars and should be paying that award out of your own pockets.  And you should be canned.

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