UPDATED 8/3/2011: SURPRISE! Murder Ruled “Justified”
It’s not worth it to humor police thugs with commentary. A “13.5 inch knife” is the lie Kennebunk and Maine state official settled on to “justify” Joshua Morneau murdering Ms. Katherine Paulson. It is clear that Americans must exercise our own 2nd Amendment rights and protect ourselves from people our government allows to murder us. I will leave this with a quote from our United States Supreme Court:
The defendant would only be justified in killing [a cop] when you should find that the circumstances showed that the [cop] had so far forgot his duties as an officer and had gone beyond the force necessary to arrest the defendant, and was about to kill him or to inflict great bodily injury upon him, which was not necessary for the purpose of making the arrest.” John Bad Elk v. United States, 177 U.S. 529 (1900).
UPDATED 4/4/2011: Kennebunk Residents Share Frightening Accounts Of Encounters With Cops
The OP-NAT EYE has received several emails in the past couple days from residents of Kennebuck, all of whom asked to remain anonymous for fear of being the next Katherine Paulson.
The accounts are wide-ranging: from Kennebuck cops taking money out of a woman’s purse they detained late last year, to another woman who said she was “kicked” and “stomped” several times by Kennebunk cops earlier this year. She sent us a photograph of the aftermath, which shows a bruise on the back of her leg, a result of being stomped while on the ground already.
Meanwhile, there’s been no further mention of Ms. Paulson or the kangaroo investigation into her murder, by Euro-American media. A woman is gunned down in her own home by a cop and seven days later, it is backpage news. But then again, state-run media are killer cops’ second most important allies, besides state prosecutors.
Thug Morneau’s paid vacation will likely last at least a couple more weeks before the office of Maine Attorney General William Schneider announces the inevitable “justified” disposition.
by Brian A. Wilkins
ORIGINAL LINK: http://blog.operation-nation.com/2011/03/30/kennebunk-me-police-murder-katherine.aspx
Here is all you need to know about this latest murder of an American citizen under color of state law: police thugs will always and instantly tell the public that the victim(s) of these murders “had a gun” so the cop-sucking population can subsequently praise the murderer(s) as heroes. This has not happened in this case, so now they are scrambling to figure out the lies they will tell the public.
The murder happened Sunday night in Kennebunk, Maine – a small town of about 10,500 in the southern tip of the state. Kennebunk Police responded to an alleged disturbance, when they received a call apparently from Carol Paulson, who owns the condo they went to. Two Kennebunk cops, Juliet Gilman and Joshua Morneau, arrived around 9 p.m. and were invited in by Ms. Paulson. 19 seconds later, according to police, Katherine Paulson, Carol’s daughter, “confronted them with a weapon,” which prompted Morneau to fire several shots, killing her instantly. The killer cop and his partner were rewarded with paid vacations (aka “paid administrative leave”).
Watch a report from WCSH Channel 6 in Portland:
The tale Kennebunk Police are telling is discredited not only by their saying Katherine Paulson confronted them with a weapon (which can be anything from an AK-47 to a toothpick), but also all the happenings within that department in the past few months and years also raises eyebrows.
Eric O’Brien, a sergeant with the Kennebunk Police, has been on “paid administrative leave” since January, pending the results of an internal investigation. The investigation, for whatever reason, is being handled by a private investigation company owned by a former city of Kennebunk employee. Kennebunk Police Chief Bob MacKenzie would only say the investigation is a “personal issue.”
Jamie LaJoie, another Kennebunk cop, was placed on “paid administrative leave” sometime in the past couple weeks pending yet another “internal investigation.” The caveat here is that this investigation is being handled in-house, as opposed to the O’Brien investigation.
Nick Higgins, a former lieutenant with the department, resigned from his position back in January 2010 because of a violation of the city’s fraternization policy. Higgins, who was the commander of all patrol officers, said at the time he was going through a divorce and the emotional support he got from a subordinate female employee turned into more.
Russell French, of the nearby Kittery Police Department, accepted the vacant lieutenant position in March 2010. But only nine months later, French resigned his new position to return to his job in Kittery. No real explanation was given, but based on all the mess going on there now, you can’t blame the guy.
Though we don’t know and likely will never know what really happened to Ms. Katherine Paulson, 39, this murder reeks of small town vengeance. The Kennebunk Police already had little to no integrity and now a woman is dead after being gunned down in her own home by some cop from the same department.
We know very little about Ms. Paulson; only that her and her mother lived in the condo
together for at least two years. Obviously there will be no charges pressed against the killer cop, pursuant to U.S. Police State precedent. This should be yet another lesson to Americans, even in tiny towns in the state of Maine, to never call police for anything. They are not here to serve or protect you…they are servants and henchmen for the government, period. We will follow this story until the weapon-type Ms. Paulson allegedly had is confirmed. I’m betting it’s a butter knife or something to that effect.
Our thoughts are with the Paulson family.