Kelly Thomas Memorial and Protest - July 30, 2011


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Comment by guest_blog on August 22, 2011 at 11:16am
Cops increasingly under siege after homeless death
Comment by Don Cordell on August 4, 2011 at 4:34am
Unfortunately this is not an uncommon problem in America. I recall a simular incident in Seattle, WA last year, but reports of this happening listed on educate you to the fact this is more common than not. Our SWAT police now in black, to raid homes at will, to ignore our Bill of Rights, and high five each other, about good job done, these stupid citizens need to know, the Bill of Rights has been cancelled. Up against the wall, surrender, be searched, without any charge or arrest for a specific crime is against the 4th Amendment. WE patriots need to step up to the bat, and ReVote every in office candidate for a whole new set of leaders that listen to us. Cops like these in Fullerton need to spend a few years in prison where they will be loved, by friends, to be wives in the compound. I'll sure make this a priority once I'm elected, to get even for the wrong arrests that happened to me 1945 to 1949. I've waited all these years to get even. I do not forget, I get even.
Comment by truth on August 3, 2011 at 1:45pm

Fullerton Cops Who Beat Kelly Thomas Into a Coma Placed on Leave

Three weeks after the parents of Kelly Thomas' took their homeless schizophrenic son off life support, the six Fullerton police officers involved in his brutal beating have been placed on leave

One officer was placed on leave days after the incident. The other five were reassigned to nonpatrol duty Friday and then placed on leave Tuesday by order of Chief Michael Sellers, according to Sgt. Andrew Goodrich, a department spokesman.

Thomas' father, Ron Thomas, said the announcement that the officers had been placed on leave came a few hours after he met with the chief Tuesday afternoon.

Nevertheless, at an overflowing City Council meeting Tuesday night, dozens of people called for the chief's resignation over the incident.

One of those officers is possibly Jay Cicinelli. A man claiming to work with Cicinelli says that the officer bragged in the police station lockerrom about beating Thomas. 


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