Officer Michael Brelo stood on top of a car and fired fifteen shots down at his victims (of the 49 shots he fired in total). He was acquitted. Wonderful... shooting unarmed people, one which wasn't driving the car, isn't breaking the police procedure (each had 20 bullet holes in them of 137 shots fired from 13 cops)



Investigators eventually concluded that neither Russell nor Williams had a gun.

An exhaustive search was conducted along the route of the pursuit, including the use of a dive team to look in bodies of water, but no gun was ever found.

 The incident helped spur a US Justice Department probe that concluded Cleveland police officers have shown a pattern and practice of using excessive force.

 The city and federal authorities are negotiating a consent decree to reform the police department that will cost the city millions of dollars to implement and enforce.

 Cleveland has already paid $3million to the families of Russell and Williams to settle a lawsuit.






now, now do you get it?

Very good short and to the point video at Cleveland Marches Against Cop's Acquittal


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3026549/Indicted-cop-recall-shooting-suspects-hood-car.html
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Officer Michael Brelo stood on top of a car and fired fifteen shots down at his victims (of the 49 shots he fired in total). He was acquitted. Wonderful... shooting unarmed people, one which wasn't driving the car, isn't breaking the police procedure (each had 20 bullet holes in them of 137 shots fired from 13 cops)
Officer Michael Brelo stood on top of a car and fired fifteen shots down at his victims (of the 49 shots he fired in total). He was acquitted. Wonderful... shooting unarmed people, one which wasn't driving the car, isn't breaking the police procedure (each had 20 bullet holes in them of 137 shots fired from 13 cops)
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