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Originally posted by Honor93
reply to post by Xcathdra
hmmm, you got nothing better than a personal attack, eh ???
cooooool, cause that means you are out of arguments ... have a nice day.
I pointed out the charges committed in the presence of the deputy, which directly influence the deputies actions.
yet, you claim it was in multiple posts, do i really need to post links?
The accident was not classified as a traffic stop.
Again you have no idea what you are talking about.
Destroying the gate and speeding through the parking lot are 2 separate incidents.
Operating a motor vehicle in a wreckless / impaired manner with children in the car is endangering the welfare of a child.
He intentionally drove through the gate, doing damage, and left = Leaving the scene of an accident.
He failed to stop when the accident occured, he left the scene, he left at a high rate of speed, he failed to make contact with the deputy, he failed to report to incident to 911.
???? - now you're resorting to making stuff up?
he left at a high rate of speed
so, how does a SC ruling get over-turned if they are the END ALL in case law?
As a constitutionalist I am surprised that you dont understand that the US Supreme Court is the end of the line for court challenges. The Supreme Court is the highest court in the land. There are no more courts to appeal to after they rule, so your claim is wrong.
familiarize yourself with the aspects of the constitution you continually state have nothing to do with the topic, when in fact they do.
Brian T. Dunn, who has previously handled lawsuits involving L.A. riot victim Reginald Denny and Black Panther leader Geronimo Pratt, said Monday that Cochran's firm has several investigators looking into the case and "based on what we have now, we're pretty much convinced that the shooting was completely unjustified."
Could bloodshed have been avoided? "Definitely," said Michael Levine, a retired DEA agent who now works as a trial consultant, expert witness and police instructor. In particular, Levine and two other police veterans faulted the actions taken by deputies after Loggins stepped out of his GMC Yukon and reportedly walked off into the darkness, leaving his two young daughters in the SUV's back seat.
After a sheriff's deputy shot and killed their unarmed father as they watched, the two young daughters of Marine Sgt. Manuel Loggins were falsely imprisoned and isolated by police for 13 hours before they were released to their family, according to a claim filed by survivors of the dead Marine.
Also outlined in the claim was that Loggins was shot multiple times -- "at least two, maybe three," Dunn said.
Originally posted by Xcathdra
reply to post by elouina
ust because they make a claim does not mean its valid / true. Which is the very same argument others have made against the deputy / Sheriffs Office.
Also, for what its worth Law Enforcement is allowed to (emergency) seize a child if there is legitimate concern that the children could face harm if sent home with a parent / guardian. Since its California my comment here is in general since the standards arent the same from state to state.
Originally posted by elouina
reply to post by Xcathdra
I will not go back and forth with you. And I will just keep providing updates until they collect their checks and the cop is punished.