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Brainwashed Cops Shoot Unarmed Woman Motorist To Death For Rolling Up Her Car Window

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posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 03:02 AM

Originally posted by wardk28
reply to post by Alien Abduct

And as for the "witness", it looks like he has some history with the court system. Charged with B&E, possession of a controlled substance, FTA-Capias issued, and sentenced to 3 years in prison for a heroin conviction. Someone ran a check on him and posted this in the comment section of the news story. Now if this is true, like with the officer I'll wait for something offical, then this witness may have the same kind of attitude you have towards law enforcement.
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Yes becos we all believe some random users comments
, hell maybe that was you that posted that to add some time of messed up credit to the shiot you posted here already
. do you not understand how old this woman was?? why would she have to run???, and other then your bull# story, why would so many shots be fired??.
I think you need to stop sticking up for the pigs...
Amd yes if the was any spelling wrong there im drunk atm
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posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 01:58 PM

Originally posted by wardk28

And as for the "witness", it looks like he has some history with the court system. Charged with B&E, possession of a controlled substance, FTA-Capias issued, and sentenced to 3 years in prison for a heroin conviction.

And as was also pointed out in the comments section of the Culpeper paper, witnesses with records like this are used all the time by police and prosecutors.

posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 02:09 PM
Let me add that at this point in my life I'm certainly not one to jump on an anti-cop bandwagon just out of spite.

I live relatively near to where this happened. It's been over a week and the only information that has been released by the State Police was to question the credibility of a witness. We don't even know the name of the cop involved. Many strongly suspect that investigators have to have an idea by now of what happened and if the officer was in the right, the story would have been released by now.

posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 05:52 AM
reply to post by Demoncreeper

thank you for your response and i'm glad we agree this COULD have been handled much better by all parties involved.

i am not a cop-hater but i do not and will not condone such aggressive acts toward a NON-threat.
yes, things can always turn for the worst (the lady is dead, isn't she?) but that's no excuse to assume such at the onset of any incident unless a CRIME is actively being addressed.

in this case, it is my sincere hope that this officer and others who follow similar patterns are swiftly removed from the public radar.

posted on Feb, 20 2012 @ 08:37 AM
This is SAD. I've been following this story and researching myself. I DID not see this in the thread so thought I would throw it up here.

Personally I Think he's in "Deep Chit" myself.

Town Council Statement Regarding Police Shooting Incident

“The Town Council would like to take a moment to acknowledge the events that occurred last Thursday which resulted in the death of Patricia Cook."

I WILL SAY THIS though, If it had been my wife. I would take the appropriate action necessary (legally) to make sure this entire Department is SHUT DOWN. And if that didn't work.

Being retired U.S Military and a former "PEACE OFFICER", natural instinct would take over, I need not say

Our "Morale Values" and respect for human life is what IS SUPPOSE to separate US from the A.N.I.M.A.L.S.

Much respect and Peace to the world. B

posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 10:18 AM
This is certainly a horrendous act, to say the least!!! I know we see some of our troops overseas "go off" and kill people for no reason....due to stress. Cops have this same problem....stress. They get P.O.'d on an daily, if not hourly basis, and this continues until the "weaker minded" ones finally snap and kill someone in order to relieve this stress. IMO, most cops ARE brainwashed, and they take their job way too seriously. If it's a bank robbery I can understand the use of deadly force. But a traffic stop???????? Give me a break!!!

posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 03:24 PM

After the appointment of a special prosecutor two months have gone by with no information released--the name of the officer is still secret.

Today the prosecutor finally announced a special grand jury is being convened to look into the case.

posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 09:12 AM
As indicated above - a grand jury will be looking into the case..

Grand jury to probe police killing of former Alton woman in Virginia

One bit of news thus far I'm not sure has come out before...

The Virginia State Police said Culpeper police sent an officer after receiving a report about 10 a.m. of a 'suspicious woman" sitting in a Jeep Wrangler on a Catholic school parking lot. "While attempting to retrieve her identification, the woman suddenly closed her driver's side window, trapping the officer's arm, and started driving away dragging the officer alongside," a state police statement said. "The officer repeatedly commanded the woman stop the moving vehicle. She refused, and shots were fired."

The Jeep crashed into a utility pole. The officer suffered minor injuries, officials said.

Webb said he was aware of at least two witnesses who disputed that the officer was dragged.

The dead woman's husband, Gary Cook, told TV reporters earlier that the Jeep did not have power windows.

Still the multiple witnesses that say the officer was not dragged. Also the Jeep having manual windows would cast doubt on the dragging too I think..
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posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 09:18 AM
reply to post by Frogs

This cop needs to go to jail. Dismissal from the force is not enough. He shot a woman in cold blood; and the penalty for murder is 20 to life, last I heard.

posted on Sep, 26 2012 @ 12:55 AM
Is the grand jury still out?

It really doesn't matter to the victim, she is still dead but one less killer with a badge and a gun is a good thing.

posted on Sep, 26 2012 @ 04:04 AM
Latest news on this case I could find.


Husband died of natural causes but legal cases continue. Murder trial will commence in Jan.

posted on Sep, 26 2012 @ 01:51 PM
reply to post by ntech

Thanks. I'm sure his wifes death speeded his own.

posted on Sep, 27 2012 @ 09:58 AM

Originally posted by petrus4
reply to post by Frogs

This cop needs to go to jail. Dismissal from the force is not enough. He shot a woman in cold blood; and the penalty for murder is 20 to life, last I heard.

it's 25 to life in most places.

posted on Sep, 27 2012 @ 01:36 PM
They arent brainwashed, but we sure are.

Cops are folks and there are all sorts of folks. Many folks choose LE for a specific reason because it sure as hell isnt the pay.
Its familiarity for a lot of ex mil and MP and its other less noble reasons for some. We have these scaredy cat overreacting and cowboy cops due to the almighty dollar. ANy joker can be a cop.. and depts hire those who will work for peanuts less than the peanuts they already make. They shoot, kick dogs, tase folks, etc out of FEAR and weakness mostly. Best officers I know personally at the moment are ones who work in a rough part and have never had to touch their guns. They have actual skills and the personality to handle the gun adn badge.. and I am always in awe of their skills in this. Few and far between these days with the special snowflake syndrome. ANY cop.. or person for that matter.. worth his or her salt can assess a person quickly and see potentials. I guess maybe his ego told him that he actually WAS the long arm of the law and could stop speeding cars and panicking old church ladies in a single bound.

This case.. well its ridiculous. SHe probably panicked as much as the cop and rolled her window up and drove off.. he was too dumb to remove his arm with a person who was panicked or any number of scenarios. Bottom line.. it was not necessary for this to occur. Most folks dont get it that holding a position of power comes with a lot of personal responsibility.. and he shoulders most of the responsibility in this event due to his position of power and control. One thing : he shouldnt be a cop anymore and should look into fast food management. He can holler and threaten the kids and provide a service to his community.

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