Here is the filing: humidcity.com...
From that filing: " As Lance Madison ran toward the Friendly Inn, a motel at the bottom of the bridge, Ronald Madison trailed approximately 20 to
30 feet behind him. The LSP car moved to cut off Lance Madison and, in so doing, briefly pulled slightly ahead of Ronald Madison, who continued to run
after his brother. As Ronald Madison then ran past the slowing LSP car, heading toward the motel, he passed by defendant HUNTER and defendant HUNTER
had a clear view of him. Defendant HUNTER saw blood on Ronald Madison’s shirt, and thought he might have been shot. Ronald Madison, who was running
with his hands in view, had no weapon and posed no threat. Ronald Madison did not change his direction, turn around, or stop running as he passed the
LSP car. Instead, Madison continued to run away, following his brother, who was a short distance ahead of him. At no time as Ronald Madison ran, did
defendant HUNTER see him turn toward the officers, reach into his waistband, or make any threatening gestures.
As the unmarked LSP car pulled to a stop, Officer A, without warning, fired a shotgun at Ronald Madison’s back as Madison ran away in the direction
of the motel. Defendant HUNTER immediately got out of the car and went to where Ronald Madison was lying on the ground. Ronald Madison was alive, but
appeared to be dying. He was lying on his side, with two officers standing nearby. Neither defendant HUNTER nor either of the other officers searched
Ronald Madison for a weapon.
As Ronald Madison lay dying on the pavement, Sergeant A ran down the bridge toward Ronald and asked an officer if Ronald was “one of them.” When
the officer replied in the affirmative, Sergeant A began kicking or stomping Ronald Madison repeatedly with his foot. Sergeant A appeared to be
striking Madison’s torso with as much force as he could muster. Defendant HUNTER charged toward Sergeant A, who backed off from Madison. As
defendant HUNTER walked away, an officer standing nearby appeared shocked that HUNTER had confronted Sergeant A."
The only shock shown by the MUDERING PIGS was the fact that one cop actually had the nerve to confront the SGT. A who was STOMPING a DYING man to
death!! How DARE anyone second guess a MURDERING PIG!!?? unreal...just unreal.
Stories like this make me want to shoot first and ask for badges later...assume that all cops will kill you and stomp you if you are in the wrong
place at the wrong time.
COLD BLOODED MURDER by COPS. When will we take the law back from these scum?