Baltimore Officers Were Charged on a Hunch Dana

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Look In Your Crystal Ball If You

have one Jeff? How do you? What is the outcome of these remaining officers their cases? How do you think the outcome is going to go with us well because if justice is done, none of them will be convicted. The prosecution cannot make the case or attempting to make in this K. In this. In this instance, er there they’re grasping at straws and they have been from the very beginning legal scholars on both sides of the political ideological spectrum have said the same thing about this prosecution and even watching looking at the looking at photographs looking listening to witness testimony and as the judge found in Nero’s case he did not do anything wantonly reckless. He completely acted within his professional authority.

He Didnt Do Anything Above Or Beyond

that and they were completely within their rights when they detained him and he was in the back of the van. I me what do you make of the theories that it was Freddie Gray kind of jumping around in the back of the van and kind of having to fit that ultimately that’s that’s how he ended up hurting himself what do you make of those series well. I it’s absolutely a possibility. I’ve seen it happen over and over again in my police career guys beating their heads against the the cage and a police car feeding that their heads against the the windows of a police car being there Ed’s against the bars and a prison cell. This is not uncommon, and the prosecution again has to prove that these injuries weren’t self–inflicted and they have in no way prove.

Is Just This Is Put This Is

political prosecution and the charges are based on nothing but a hunch. I watched cops that’s one of my favorite shows. I’ve seen exactly what you’re talking about. I remember I saw this one guy who was arrested he had enough drugs. They had enough cocaine on him that he would.

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They Determined That He Had He Was Distributing

it. He was selling it and he they put him in the back of the car and he beat his head so hard on that window he knocked himself out. He hit part of the frame of the car knocked himself out bloodied himself up and you would think that some of these people out here protesting today that they would be trying to admonish the police for what this particular person had had done it’s it’s insane it’s all it makes police officers. And I can’t underscore this enough and Jeff you deal with us in your line of work.

It Makes Police Officers Hesitate To

do their job when cops hesitate, particularly in volatile situations that’s the difference between life or death yes and certainly if this split this this prosecutorial theory that a wrongful arrest is an assault and that the officer is culpable for anything that happens after that. If the court had bought that you would you would have seen law enforcement all across America shut down immediately because the cops are already in danger of being murdered by the people that they deal with being sued by them and to say that if anybody thinks you got it wrong. You’re automatically guilty of a crime would have had a chilling effect on law enforcement this country.

Summary

The prosecution cannot make the case or attempting to make in this K.& In this instance, er there they’re grasping at straws, Jeff says . The prosecution again has to prove that these injuries weren’t self–inflicted and they have in no way prove . This is political prosecution and the charges are based on nothing but a hunch, he says . Jeff: “If justice is done, none of them will be convicted.& I’ve seen it happen over and over again in my police career guys beating their heads against the the cage and a police car feeding that their heads are against the windows of a . police car being there Ed’s against the bars and a prison cell.& This is not uncommon, and the prosecution again must prove that the injuries aren’t self-inflicted” Jeff: How do you think the outcome is going to go with us well. If you have one Jeff? Do you know what is the outcome of these remaining officers their cases will be…. Click here to read more and watch the full video