Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by skylarbrie, Aug 30, 2015.
Police identify man killed by trooper outside North East Walmart
Posted: Saturday, August 22, 2015 4:30 am | Updated: 8:35 pm, Sun Aug 23, 2015.
NORTH EAST — A Maryland State Police trooper shot and killed a wanted man who allegedly resisted arrest in the Walmart parking lot at the Northeast Plaza on Friday night, police reported. The deceased man was identified by police as Charles S. Hall, 30, of North East.
As Brackett drove past the Walmart, he recognized Hall and knew that he was wanted by the Cecil County Sheriff’s Office for theft, Shipley said.
Brackett stopped his car and attempted to arrest Hall, but the wanted man allegedly resisted arrest and began fighting with the trooper, Shipley said. At some point during the altercation, Hall got into his vehicle and began to accelerate.
As Hall began to accelerate, he still was struggling with Brackett, who was partially inside the vehicle, Shipley reported.
“During the struggle, the trooper fired his assigned duty pistol, striking Hall in the upper torso,” Shipley said. “They (Brackett and Hall) were together. It wasn’t like the trooper was standing back and fired.”
At the time of the fatal shooting, Hall was serving three years of supervised probation that he received on July 23 after pleading guilty to theft of less than $1,000, according to Cecil County Circuit Court records. The judge had imposed a suspended 18-month sentence on Hall in that case, before placing him on that probation and ordering him to “stay out of all Walmarts” and to pay $211 to that store, as two of the conditions, court records show.
As another probation condition, court records indicate that the judge ordered Hall to complete the Cecil County Adult Drug Treatment Court and that, some two weeks later, a “failure to appear” hearing was held on Aug. 7.
Hall had been scheduled to appear for drug treatment court on Friday, but that hearing was postponed, court records show. He also was scheduled for a January 2016 violation of probation hearing in another criminal case — one in which Hall had received a three-year prison term in February 2013 for a third-degree burglary conviction.
In that case, according to court records, the judge had imposed a 10-year sentence on Hall and then suspended seven years of it. Court records do not detail how Hall allegedly violated that probation. Hall had had other brushes with the law that resulted in convictions, court records indicate.
I have zero issue with this, don't resist arrest and you won't get shot. Period...
Still don't care. Op is trying to make two points:
A. That white people will care about a white guy getting shot but don't care about a black guy
B. That whites should be as upset about police brutality as blacks are
Only problem is he's too racist to realize that nobody cares about assholes that decide to end their lives via the police, and that color doesn't matter.
Almost everyone with a brain can see that the "police brutality / racism" issue is something that is there, but is totally over reported and exaggerated in order to drum up support for democrats during the 2016 cycle.
" Is he colored " ?
Yet they seem to cut that moment out of the video @ 0:45- the part where the initial physical contact is made
This thread is sus. I'm having a hard time believing it's a bonafide skylarbrie joint because there's actual content in the original post and it's about an unarmed white person being killed by a cop.
"Nothing to see here, move along."