Sep 27, 2015

CA Jury Totally Fine With Police Torturing Unarmed Man to Death

Here’s the Reason TV video about the case. The jury declared the two leading police not guilty, including the honorable gentleman who, in total professionalism, said “You see these fists? They’re about to eff you up.”—except he didn’t say “eff.” KTLA reported, in part: Jurors found two former Fullerton police officers accused in the 2011 beating death of Kelly Thomas, a 37-year-old homeless man...

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