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After Son's Death In Police Custody, A Mother Fights For Answers

• Huffington Post

He was 21 years old in September 2009, when he stole a municipal dump truck in Birmingham and drove it west to visit some friends in Mississippi. He was arrested after a late-night police chase through two counties, booked on three felony counts and placed in the Walker County Jail in Jasper, Ala., population 14,000.

Six days later, he was found dead on the floor of his cell.

 

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Comment by Stupid Amerkin
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This kind of abuse and murder is common place across the country any more with so called law enforcement. I could give you dozens of more examples and on going abuses daily in our own county. All avenues of remedy and due process has been eliminated. It has morphed into a total para military police murder state run by sick demented and twisted psycos. Justice = money if there is anything left of such. It's called the justus system where anyone who is arrested for anything, is immediately facing a possible death sentence.

Now that the gestapo senate has passed their treasonous National Defense Authorization Act, watch how many demonstrators across the country and those who stand for truth and honesty start disappearing never to be seen again.

We are definitely living in the Twilight Zone on Steroids. God help us all. 

 

Comment by Ed Price
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Judge Dredd


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