No Police Accountability = The Beatings Will Continue

For the “crime” of skipping in front of cops, John McKenna’s punishment was a savage beating.

For the crime of assault, Officer James Harrison’s “punishment” is an overturned verdict and a full pension thanks to the disgraceful actions of a judge:

It was only due to the persistence of Mr. McKenna’s lawyers that the cover-up and lies were shredded. At trial, in late 2012, a jury convicted Mr. Harrison on a felony charge of assault. Another officer, Reginald Baker, was acquitted, although he, too, used his baton to beat Mr. McKenna as he lay stunned and defenseless on the ground.

Ms. Woodard conducted herself unprofessionally at trial. She failed to disclose an apparent conflict of interest — she had been previously married to a Prince George’s officer who himself was convicted for brutality — until asked about it by a journalist. In court, she exhibited what many observers regarded as overt hostility toward Mr. McKenna, the victim.

In Maryland, judges sometimes toss out convictions for first-time offenders in minor cases. This is another matter — a clear case of egregious police brutality. Mr. Harrison, who was allowed to retire from the department with a full pension, may now work again as a police officer if he wishes.

Thanks to Judge Woodward, the citizens of Prince George’s County are a little less safe.

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One Response to “No Police Accountability = The Beatings Will Continue”

  1. constitutionalreset Says:

    In Virginia, Judge Woodward would have perpetrated a “Resisting the execution of the laws under the color of its authority” that being Va18.2-481(5) “statutory “Treason”. The Judges and ALL officers of the court in Virginia are customary daily perpetrators of that crime.
    Under the rule of law it matters not one bit that they choose to unlawfully raise the ‘ Uniform Commercial Code’ above the Constitutions and applicable statutes , treating every person as a chattel owned by the state subject to the mere presumption of an officer of the court whenever they find it convenient.
    Each and every one of them compound their individual legion of crimes with Va18.2-111 “Embezzlement” off the law and VA18.2-482 “Misprision of Treason” such that they become accessories before-the-fact participants in each such cluster of felonies perpetrated by ANY member of their guild.
    There is no statute of limitations or bound of Constitutional official office to shield them from the truth and their eventual prosecution and conviction. That our temporal grand juries are unlawfully and criminally made ineffective in raising these prosecutions makes no difference.

    Each of their unavoidable deaths will not even save them from prosecution.

    As each of their corporeal articles of incorporation fails along with the delegation of authority, freedom-of-action and privacy-autonomy derived from their incorporation the fullness-of-truth will naturally engulf each of them as it will each of all of us.
    Each of them will have their legion of felonies “tested as with fire” even if if they ultimately rely upon their relationship with Jesus to save their souls from self inflicted extinction.
    When all that they ever did or thought their person to be returns to ”the ALL that ever was” they each will not be equipped to experience the “fullness of truth” as the ‘Glory of God” so they will by default experience it as the “Fires of Hell”.

    This portion related to actions rather than soul cannot escape what portion of redemption God has delegated to the people of a state and that the people in turn have delegated to “the office of the Governor”.
    If a state Governor ignores the weight of that authority AND the duty incumbent to it then that Governor and the peoples’crimes that would best have been handled with pardon will be subject to the “Fires of Hell”. I offer Bob McDonnell as a prime example.

    The whole batch of waste and suffering could have been minimized so beautifully with pardon under the virtue of penitent parole oath. It is just the most practical solution – no one is getting off-the hook.
    The cost to our society of letting the Governors ignore their duty to pardon ( on the virtue of Parole Oath ) when they rightly can is more that we can rationally bear.

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