More cops, lawyers, and judges who seriously need their butts
Here are some of my notes on recent "Justice
cases. These people need to be seriously prosecuted and
locked up if found
guilty. Cops, DAs, and judges who abuse their positions
Judge Ken Anderson Also
- Texas judge Ken Anderson now can’t remember
if he had exculpatory evidence on case he prosecuted against Michael
Morton in 1987. Morton has been freed on DNA evidence after
- Anderson now under investigation for
withholding the evidence that would likely have kept Morton from a
guilty verdict. Anderson is also being sued by the state bar for his
conduct in the Morton case.
- Mark Alan Norwood was the
actual killer. Norwood also has been indicted in a separate 1988
slaying of another Austin woman who lived near the Mortons. This is the
family that ought to be suing the judge’s ass big time.
- Here is the official Probable
Cause Order against Anderson setting out the facts
and charges. His trial is set for Sep30.2013.
Wiggins et al. Florida SWAT pigs.
- Cops aim gun through lady’s kitchen window.
We're the f------ police; open the f------ door."
- Goldsberry family remains cuffed for close to
half an hour as the apartment was searched for a wanted man who wasn't
there, never had been, and who was totally unknown to them. Then they
were released, the police left, and that was that.
- "Matt Wiggins was the man
at the door. He's with the U.S. Marshal's fugitive division. I asked
him what happened. He said they had a tip that a child-rape suspect was
at the complex. That suspect, Kyle Riley, was arrested several hours
later in another part of Sarasota. The tip was never about Goldsberry's
apartment, specifically, Wiggins acknowledged. It was about the complex.
- "But when the people in Goldsberry's
apartment didn't open up, that told Wiggins he had probably found the
right door. No one at other units had reacted that way, he said"
Prosecute these morons and lock them
3. Pittsburgh SWAT pigs end up federal law suit defendants: Reddy, Nicholas, Friburger, Epler, Gorham, Novakowski,
Hairston, Marabello, Tersak, Brutt, Englehandt, Sarver, Morosetti
Case Civ 12-615 Docket
- On SWAT pigs' motion to dismiss, USDC
judge Nora Berry Fischer ruled these facts
- no-knock attack on Morenos' home
- sought to arrest William Moreno for
quarreling with a drunk,
off-duty police officer
[IOW, this is a SWAT pay-back] at a local veterans club early that morning, the
family says that their
"terrorization" continued for another 45 minutes after William was
- officers threw William to the
floor, kicked and handcuffed Georgeia, her
stepfather and her adult son Billy. They also injured Mark's shoulder
Billy to lie face down in broken glass, according to the complaint.
- The family says the police
proceeded to drag Georgeia's 10-year-old son
Trentino violently from the bathtub, injuring his ankles. They
made the boy stand naked at gunpoint next to his 4-year-old sister
- Officers have continued to harass
and threaten the family since the raid,
telling them "that's how we do things here" and that they should move
out of Pittsburgh, the complaint states.
- Judge Fischer refused to
dismiss the case Monday,
holding that the plaintiffs' claims are not time-barred, and the
or should have known that the action would be brought against
- See Holland ex rel.
Overdorff v. Harrington, 268
F.3d 1179, 1194 (10th Cir. 2001) (explaining that "[t]he ‘SWAT’
designation does not grant license to law enforcement officers to abuse
suspects or bystanders, or to vent in an unprofessional manner their
own pent-up aggression, personal frustration or animosity toward
Answer states "[i]t is admitted that the SWAT officers came through the
rear sliding glass door and it was broken, however this was performed
in accordance with SWAT practices and procedures."
- See also Perez v. Borough of Berwick, 507 F. App’x 186, 192 (3d Cir.
2012) (failing to knock-and-announce, unreasonable scope and length of
search, and excessive force in entering the home are all grounds for
Taze-happy pigs Sgt. William Galvin Jr. and Officer William
- A couple cops who need: A) to get
their asses kicked, and B) some additional training
- Video of them tazing disabled man and
throwing him off the bus.
- The taze was not to protect the cops or anyone
else. It was clearly punishment for not jumping when told to
named Crow goes postal beats shop-lifter senseless. And Here, Here, Here,
- Vid of the cop, Scott Crow, beating
Brandie Redell detained for shoplifting in the store’s
looks unprovoked. The woman is on the phone.
○ Crow not
criminally charged “for lack of evidence.”
dropped assault charge.
- She was busted for stealing $388 worth of goods
and taken to store office. Crow and other cop
Police Officer Scott Crow, seen on the video punching Redell, was
disciplined for using excessive force, says Police Chief Frank Donchez.
- Crow was not criminally charged and
remains in his $65,580-a-year job
Crow's version, he rushed Redell because her "hands were clenched" and
she appeared "willing to fight," [From the vid it is clear
is a fucking liar. The woman's hands are visible and were not
clenched or threatening.]
- Scott County, Iowa, prosecutor Michael Walton
reviewed a video of the beating but decided not to press charges
against Crow, citing a
lack of evidence.
"I don't think the video disputes" Crow's claim that he hit Redell
because she bit him, Walton says. [OK, well that's a fact for a jury to decide. Crow clearly initiated the
assault and Redell cleary had a right to protect herself. A person is not
to stand or sit still while some filthy pig beats on them.]
- When Crow heared Redell’s boyfriend’s
name, he tells Redell, “This is going to get ugly, real quick.”
- Redell’s boyfriend, James Gibson,
is a community activist who had done some sensitivity training with the
department when it comes to race and officers dealing with the
- The video is clear enough for any fair-minded
jury to conclude Crow
needs to get his ass thrown into a slammer.
6. New Yorker article by Sarah Stillman Pig Barry Washington and DA
Linda K. Russell -- need to be at the butt end of a federal prosecution