“Sadly, the bloodshed will most likely continue until those in positions of power realize that the unequivocal support of law enforcement is required to preserve our nation.”
Meanwhile, in Arizona, Debra Milke has been exonerated after spending twenty-two years on death row for apparent police and prosecutorial corruption:
Key to the case’s dismissal was prosecutorial misconduct, mainly that of a detective, Armando Saldate, who said Milke confessed to the crime to him — even though there was no witness or recording.
Prosecutors withheld from the jury Saldate’s personnel record which showed instances of misconduct in other cases, including lying under oath.
The two men with whom Milke was accused of conspiring were tried separately and are still on death row.
What we have here is an accusation and conviction of murder and conspiracy, based on an apparent lie told by a detective, and prosecutors deliberately working to cover for that lie.
Remember, we owe these law enforcement officials unequivocal support; if we don’t praise their corruption, America will not survive.
At least, that’s what a cop said.
You know, for whatever that is worth.
WBAL. “Baltimore police union releases statement on NYPD shootings”. WBALTV.com. 21 December 2015.
Ahmed, Saeed and Greg Botelho. “Debra Milke, who spent 22 years on Arizona death row, has murder case tossed”. CNN. 24 March 2015.