by Brian A. Wilkins
5/10/2011 (updated 5/11/2011)
Photo from the City of Bryan, TX website.
I must say the first thing I thought about after perusing the Bryan, Texas municipal website (which has photos of almost all their commanding officers), is how they specifically plucked the few non-“white” faces from the entire police department and put them in the above picture. The phony inclusive photo represents a police department which allows its “officers” to wildly shoot guns at Americans.
This is what happened last Friday morning in Bryan. Police thug William “Bill” Cross responded to an alleged “suspicious person” at a tobacco shop. When Cross arrived at the scene, the alleged suspect, Mr. Johnnie Walton Harris, took off running, obviously in flight mode from known statutory killers. Cross, according to Bryan Police Chief Eric Buske, says Mr. Harris was “intoxicated” and “a struggle ensued” apparently after Cross chased him down.
Bryan Police Chief Eric Buske
This “struggle” caused police thug Cross to wildly begin shooting a firearm, hitting not only Mr. Harris, but also Mr. Juan Garcia, who was working at a nearby construction site. Both men were taken to St. Joseph Hospital in critical condition. Though it isn’t clear whether Mr. Harris will even survive, Bryan Police have charged him anyway with several felonies, including “attempting to take the patrolmen’s firearm.” Of course the assailant cop, along with his sidekick, were both rewarded with paid vacations, aka “paid administrative leave.”
Watch a report from KBTX News Channel 3 Bryan/College Station.
Euro-American media outlets, including KBTX above, have insinuated Mr. Harris deserved to be shot because he “has a prior criminal record” (we edited out the ending of the above news story). Mr. Harris, who had mental health issue according to relatives, was shot because he was trying to save his life and Mr. Juan Garcia was shot because he showed up to work that Friday to try and feed his family. Bryan Police have offered absolutely no explanation for shooting Mr. Garcia, but expect them to dig into his citizenship status and “criminal record” to gain the support of the cop-sucking community in Bryan and across the country.
The kangaroo “investigations” for these (thus far) attempted murders by thug Cross are allegedly being conducted by the Bryan Police, Brazos County District Attorney, and the Texas Rangers (the latter of which I figured would be more concerned with their 3-7 record over the past 10 games). The police thugs actions will be ruled justified sometime in the next few weeks, so Cross and “Robin” can expect at least a month long paid vacation.
We will update this story if/when we learn the condition of the victims involved. Our thoughts are with the Harris and Garcia families.
by Brian A. Wilkins