by Brian A. Wilkins
Oklahoma City Police thugs Diron Carter (L) and Michael McKethan (R)
Had these two thugs not been “police officers” on the night of June 16, 2009, they would both be facing attempted murder charges and several arbitrary “street gang” crimes.
As it stands though, Oklahoma City Police thugs Diron Carter and Michael McKethan are free on $25,000 bond each after being arraigned on August 26 for “using a vehicle to facilitate the intentional discharge of a firearm,” were given a paid vacation (aka paid administrative leave) for the past two months, and will attend a preliminary hearing on October 22 in Oklahoma County District Court.
First, here is the Euro-American media version of what happened, courtesy of KSBI TV-52 in Oklahoma City:
However, in plain English, what happened is that two police thugs, thinking they are above the law, brandished and fired a gun at innocent people because they feel it is their right to do so.
Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater, believing he is being tough on these two police thugs, vehemtly declares, “if they want to act like a gang banger, we’ll treat them like a gang banger.” The problem with this statement is the fact I know of very few (ok, ZERO) “gang bangers” (which is Prater’s codeword for “blacks” and Latinos) who have fired a weapon in the direction of other people and not been charged with aggravated assault and/or attempted murder. In fact, it will be interesting to see what happens to Marston Lawrence Tolin, an Oklahoma man who was arrested in Georgia and is now awaiting extradiction back to Oklahoma on the same “using a vehicle…blah blah” charge as the police thugs. The sentencing range is two years to life in prison. I predict the police thugs get a short probation term, while Tolin gets anywhere from 5-10 years.
These two clowns barely scratch the surface as to the frequency of thug cop behavior like this throughout the USA. These people believe that fake-gold shield emblem they wear on their chest is their license to act like criminals who are subsequently protected by the U.S. and state Constitutions. These two police thugs will escape any serious punishment and obtain jobs at some other police department (probably in Texas, Arizona, or California) within a year or two. Thug Carter, according to the This entry was posted in U.S. and World News on .
by Brian A. Wilkins