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Originally posted by jasonjnelson
Every time I have sat down to add to this thread, a little bell goes off that says, "No!! Stop typing!"
Wonder what it would take to garner interest at the Alphabet agencies?
Say "hello!" folks, they are reading now!
The officer was also told to find a reason to arrest Carnaby. This brings up question number one: if the ID was fake, why did the cops need to find a reason to arrest him? Impersonating a federal official is already a crime.
Carnaby was shot in the back while exiting the vehicle and then shot again in the chest by another officer. He was put in handcuffs and left on the road to die.
A former FBI agent named Don Clark made this public statement about Carnaby:
"I only knew him as Tony," said Don Clark, FOX 26's security and law enforcement analyst and former FBI agent. "I had no idea what his name may have been or was. The name that was in the newspaper, I had never seen that name before."
On February 16, 2007, Clark was a guest of Roland Carnaby's Houston chapter of the Association of Intelligence Officers. It was a formal dinner also attended by deputy director of the CIA James Pavitt. Roland Carnaby introduced Pavitt and Clark and gave a presentation that evening. Yet we're to believe that a highly-decorated and highly-respected former FBI agent has no recollection of Carnaby's name?
What matters is that a highly-decorated and highly-respected former FBI agent has been caught lying about knowing a man that was shot down like a dog in the street by enraged Houston police.
By the way...Roland Carnaby was buried on Monday, May 5, 2008. There was no reporting of the funeral by any national media.
(Final quote, it is a thinker...)
"...the great masses of the people in the very bottom of their hearts tend to be corrupted rather than consciously and purposely evil...therefore, in view of the primitive simplicity of their minds they more easily fall a victim to a big lie than to a little one..." - Adolph Hitler
Carnaby, bleeding from a gunshot wound to the lower back, lay handcuffed on the pavement for 12 minutes after the shooting. He was later pronounced dead at Ben Taub General Hospital.
"We recognize that we can do a better job in trying to ensure first aid is administered swiftly," Dirden said.
He added that the officers involved were traumatized and "may not have been in a situation emotionally" to administer aid to Carnaby immediately.
Carnaby's wife, Susan, has filed a federal lawsuit against the city, accusing the officers of violating her husband's civil rights.
Her attorney, Randall Kallinen, said he found Dirden's comments about the emotional state of the officers in the aftermath of the shooting "to be an extremely odd statement."
"Nobody shot at them," he said. "That's not even credible."
After the shooting, officers found three weapons in Carnaby's SUV, including two pistols and a pistol-grip shotgun. Police said Friday that investigators have determined Carnaby bought both pistols at a local sporting goods store. They have not determined where he obtained the shotgun, they said.