Friday, December 19, 2014

I'd file suit too, but I'd include Ronald Ritchie, the nasty bastard who started it.

The family of John Crawford, a Walmart customer gunned down seemingly without warning by Beavercreek, Ohio police this past summer, is filing a federal civil rights lawsuit on his behalf.
That one would deal with the officer who shot him, apparently without warning, and then lied about why he fired.
Beavercreek police have tried to claim that Crawford was shot when he refused to listen to repeated commands, and then turned towards officers in an aggressive manner.

Those claims run counter to video cameras that captured the shooting, which showed officer Williams “slicing the pie” with an AR-15 as he turned a corner, then shooting Crawford virtually on sight. Crawford never turned until bullets struck his body.

However, something also needs to be done about Detective Rodney Curd, who appears to be a sorry bastard all on his own.
Can you say "Tell me something to implicate your dead boyfriend, or else!" ?

And this is how the piece of shit tells her her boyfriend is dead:
After more than an hour and a half of questioning and statement-taking, Curd finally told Thomas that Crawford, 22, had died.

“As a result of his actions, he is gone,” said the detective, as she slumped in her chair and cried.
Miserable piece of shit excuse for a lawman.

Hey, Ronald Ritchie, how does it feel do know that you not only helped cause two people to die, but cause all this other anguish as well?


Windy Wilson said...

knew or should have know the person he was calling 911 over was not a genuine threat to safety.
I think there's a tort that will cover that

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