Why Was Homeless Schizophrenic's Testimoney Considered Invalid?
One question is why is the testimoney of the homeless schizophrenic who himself suffered the kicks thrown out? The reason that Chris Dorner was fired from the LAPD was for lack of evidence of the abuse charges he filed against his superior, Teresa "Chupacabra" Evans. The person being abused was a homeless schizophrenic, and for this reason his personal testimoney was considered invalid, thus it was Chris Dorner's word against his superior officer.
As someone who was diagnosed with schizophrenia and also homeless for several years i have had my share of negative interactions with hostile police officers. Am glad that there are (were) some good police officers with ethics like Chris Dorner who put his career at risk by making charges of abuse against his superior officer when he witnessed a homeless schizophrenic being kicked. Am sad that he was unable to escape the wicked LAPD who gunned him down for being honest.
Returning to another schizophrenic who is no longer with us (Kelly Thomas), i have decided against the wishes of my mother and friends t o take upon the justice for Kelly Thomas personally. We will see what is required based upon the outcome of the trial of Manny Ramos, Thomas Cicinelli and Joe Wolfe, the three officers who beat Kelly Thomas into a coma that clearly resulted in his death five days later. My other job is to clear the name of the now deceased Chris Dorner as an American hero, as he stuck up for one of my extended family, homeless people diagnosed with schizophrenia. Were Chris Dorner in Fullerton during the beating of Kelly Thomas it is my belief that he would have intervened and prevented the death of Kelly Thomas.
We will be watching the trial of Ramos and Cicinelli very closely.
"Froeberg set a June 28 trial date for Ramos and Cicinelli after much discussion that appeared to indicate the actual trial will happen later in the year.
Former Officer Joe Wolfe, 37, who was indicted in September on felony counts of manslaughter and excessive force, will return to court March 29 for a hearing on his attorney's motion to dismiss charges and to set a trial date.
Rackauckas pushed for a trial in May for Ramos and Cicinelli, but Barnett and Cicinelli's attorney, Michael Schwartz, said they had other cases set to go to trial then. Barnett suggested an October trial.
Rackauckas said he thought the trial would last three or four weeks. Barnett and Schwartz said it would take about five weeks.
It's likely Wolfe will be tried separately since his indictment came a year after charges were filed against the other co-defendants.
Thomas' father, Ron Thomas, urged Froeberg to set a trial date as soon as possible.
``In July it will be two years'' since his son's death, Thomas said.
The attorneys on the case in that time ``could write whole novels on what happened to Kelly,'' Thomas said. ``It's just a matter of stalling and I would like to proceed for justice for my son.''
Police went to the Fullerton Transportation Center in response to a 911 call from the nearby Slidebar nightclub that someone was trying to break into cars outside the club. Investigators have determined Thomas was not trying to break into cars.
Wolfe and Ramos confronted Thomas at the transportation center. While Wolfe went through a backpack Thomas had with him, Ramos and Thomas engaged in a lengthy, often sarcastic and prickly, exchange.
Wolfe found letters in the backpack addressed to an attorney, prompting him and Ramos to discuss arresting Thomas for possession of stolen property. Investigators later determined the letters were not stolen.
Thomas ran from the officers after Ramos held his fists up to him and ordered him to follow his instructions. That touched off the skirmish that ultimately included six officers as they worked to restrain Thomas.
Ramos faces a potential sentence of 15 years to life if convicted of second-degree murder but only four years if convicted of involuntary manslaughter. Cicinelli and Wolfe face a maximum sentence of four years in prison if found guilty." http://www.kfiam640.com/pages/KellyThomas.html?article=10712035
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IF Ramos gets life in prison than he will escape my wrath.
IF Ramos and Cicinelli get to walk free, their souls belong to me.
Who am I? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9IfHDi-2EA
"There's a man going around taking names
He decides who to free and who to blame
Everyone won't be treated all the same."
He Who Rides a Pale Horse