Discussing the Police Murder of Kelly Thomas

The following correspondence originally took place on my Facebook wall, upon my post, “More American Fascism, Exposed!“…

Rayn: More American Fascism, Exposed!

“Vengeance for Kelly Thomas. This is what cops did to him as he pleaded for his life.” Fullerton Police Department 237 West Commonwealth Avenue Fullerton, CA 92832 (714) 738-6800 ci.fullerton.ca.us

“Vengeance for Kelly Thomas. This is what cops did to him as he pleaded for his life.”
Fullerton Police Department
237 West Commonwealth Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92832
(714) 738-6800
ci.fullerton.ca.us

Johnny B.: why’d they beat this poor fellow?

Nali M.: watch the vid 😕

Nali M.: I couldn’t watch the whole thing

Robert C.: Since this guy is white and his father was a cop maybe someone will do time. But don’t hold your breath….

Rayn: Because he was uncooperative with efforts to question and search him by officers, John. Though he was non-combative, they responded with naked aggression and brutality, as you can see.

I noticed the cop connection, too, Robert when I was reading about it a few days ago. I thought to myself, “looks like they beat the wrong homeless schizophrenic man to death, this time.” I most definitely believe that this crime might never have made it to the news, aside from the fact that Kelly Thomas’ father is a retired police officer father, who likely went ALL OUT to expose his son’s killers. Keep in mind that the tape evidence we all now see came AFTER the charges were successfully pressed. In other words, it was discovered during the course of an investigation that might otherwise have never happened…

I’m still wondering, though… Just how many crimes are these murdering cops actually guilty of, aside from the beating death of Kelly Thomas? It would be foolish to assume that the one time a criminal gets caught is the first and only time they did a crime… Every arrest they ever made, and every accusation of police brutality against them ever reported should be examined thoroughly, now…

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