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Ozcubowner 12-30-2017 08:39 PM

Minnesota Justice
Policeman shoots Australian women dressed in pyjamas , claims his amendment rights and gets away with alleged murder
How good is the 5th amendment ?????? (protects alleged criminals)
Pray for Justice
ps it was she who rang the police to report suspicious behaviour (possible rape)

R Bedell 12-31-2017 12:25 AM

A lot of American's are majorly pissed off about this situation too.

Ozcubowner 01-01-2018 05:47 PM

If the police officer wants to take the 5th he should be placed in front of a jury of his peers and he then can give his evidence "ïn camera" and they can then judge his innocence or guilt
Now if he wishes to remain mute the jury can still decide on his guilt
Right now they are stuck in a catch 22 position and that does not give the victim any justice
We should always push for victims rights not the perpetrators rights

Ozcubowner 02-07-2018 06:04 PM

Now they are going to subpoena 30 thats right 30 of his fellow officers to get a profile on the Police officer who shot the woman
Is this heading for the biggest cover up or expose , my money is on the first one

Tom Dowling 02-07-2018 11:10 PM

that case and many others show me some people should not be police officers, I have a sister and a niece who both are police officers they say the same thing

R Bedell 02-08-2018 07:14 AM

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I was a Firefighter for 15 yrs and a EMT for 8+ yrs. I worked with all sorts of Police Officers, from the State, County, and Locals. Here in the State of Michigan, the best trained and most professional officers, are the State Police Troopers, then comes the County Sheriff's Dept, and the local police officers are the least. There are some real fine officers that truly serve the public and that this the majority. Then there are some that have some issues, that mainly revolves the power they have, that goes to their head and ego, or some agenda.

I'm reminded of the ole saying, a few bad apples don't spoil the whole barrel.

I think this Minnesota incident is a result of one of those "bad apples" that needs to be dealt with the fullest extent of the Law.

Ozcubowner 02-09-2018 07:58 PM

I agree whole-heartedly but your laws (5th) protect him to easily , yes he has the right to keep his mouth shut but that should not stop due process.
We had a woman over here who killed her baby , refused to speak , went to Court and was found guilty the evidence convicted her , same with this Policeman/Sheriff or whatever they call him
Both of these people have the right to defend themselves all they have to do is TALK

R Bedell 02-10-2018 08:05 AM

The US Constitutional 5th Amendment has been in existence since day one of America. The right to remain silent, not to incriminate yourself, is a good thing.

The only knowledge I have of this situation is what I have seen and/or read from the Media. With that in mind, I think the facts, forensics, and evidence will and should out weigh that officer's 5th Amendment rights. Thousands upon thousands of Americans have been convicted of various crimes and never said a word.

NOW....I also know, that their is a "brotherhood" within the ranks of a Police Dept (at least here in Michigan). Some officer may know something and remain silent or chose not to get involved, which may make prosecution more difficult.

It is a very sad situation for this woman's family, loved ones, and friends.


Ozcubowner 02-10-2018 09:38 PM

Appreciate your words Roland , you also seem to have a similar problem over there where the perpetrator has more rights under the law than the victim
How did this happen ????

Ozcubowner 03-20-2018 05:58 PM

The policeman has now handed himself in , let the wheels of justice roll

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