In June of 2020, family and friends of Hannah Fizer, 25, were shocked to learn that their beloved daughter and friend had been killed during a stop over an alleged speeding violation. Then, four months later, they learned there would be no justice and the officer who killed the unarmed woman as she sat in her vehicle—was back on the job. Since then, Fizer’s father, John Fizer, filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Pettis County seeking damages against Pettis County Deputy Jordan Schutte. The lawsuit argues the shooting was an unjustified, an excessive use of force and that Schutte did not...
That one was so sad. Those cops ought to burn.
He should be locked in a cage like a beast for the rest of his life.
For holding a pen. Then -- you'll be surprised -- the government all came together to conspire to protect the guilty murderer. They even went and got knives from the kid's kitchen to try to get witnesses to say they saw one. You know, attempting to suborn perjury, a crime; to bear false witness against the slain, a deadly sin. Your security force.
This time the DA actually objected. But the jury said nah it's cool.
And the jury gives him probation. They know their place well.
He beat up a kid for fun.
And lie about it since they had no justification to do so. But since the law says that cops can murder whoever the hell they feel like, we don't even need to know to know that the DA will not charge, the grand jury will not indict, the judge will pass out immunity and these devils will kill for fun again soon. The only shadow of possible accountability is that their sons will always know their fathers are guilty criminals; for what little that's worth to the...
The Kings Bay Plowshares 7 have been convicted for peacefully protesting government H-bombs. They face up to 20 years. Hear my interview of Elizabeth McAlister from last week here.
On Memorial Day Bill R. Edmonds on war and moral injury : "Some do not get to come home. For those who do, however, some bring their wars home, within them. Too often, they go on to suffer alone, and in silence. Too often, their traumas last a lifetime. Healing, however, is both learned and possible. This issue is personal, as war should be for everyone." War changes you. Changes you. Strips you, strips you of all your beliefs, your religion, takes your dignity away, you become an animal – Anonymous Vietnam...