by Brian A. Wilkins
12/16/2009 (links and photos updated December 11, 2018)
Police thugs feel comfortable murdering American citizens because the U.S. Constitution (Eleventh Amendment) protects them from most civil liability. And even if an attorney is savvy enough to get around the archaic, sadistic amendment, the average price U.S. municipalities pay for their cops to enjoy the apparent privilege to murder, rape, and/or assault Americans is around $600,000 per victim; a relatively cheap price for taking someone’s life and/or well-being. And none of it ever comes out of the pocket of the actual murderer or … Read Entire Article
Angela Garbarino, the woman who was viciously attacked by Shreveport, LA police thug Wiley Willis, settled her civil rights claim out of court for $400,000. I really wish she would have held out for a trial, as she would have likely been awarded punitive damages surpassing $5 million.
Regardless, she can now move on with her life. Meanwhile, in the Hope Steffey federal lawsuit, a status conference was scheduled for today (June 1), but was cancelled because of an apparently discovery dispute with Stark County Correctional Health. Since the original complaint was filed on October 19, 2007, several … Read Entire Article