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Finally, Charges Have Been Filed Against the Cops and EMTs Who Drugged and Choked Elijah McClain to Death

Elijah McClain was choked and given the anaesthetic ketamine by police and paramedics, according to The PBWW website. Someone in the neighbourhood contacted the cops because McClain was carrying groceries and wearing a mask. McClain wore the mask because he was anaemic, chilly, and an introvert. Two years later, a 32-count indictment was issued against the three policemen and two paramedics implicated in McClain's death. “I'm not done yet, but I'm halfway there. “I'm halfway there,” Sheneen McClain told the AP. “I know Ms. McClain and her family waited a long time for this. “This tragedy will permanently impact our community,” said Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Wilson. The report says: Authorities accused officers Randy Roedema, Nathan Woodyard, and Jason Rosenblatt with manslaughter and criminally negligent murder. Roedema and Rosenblatt were also charged with second-degree assault with intent to injure and one count of a violent crime. And they're each facing three

Cop Who Arrested an Innocent Family and Small Children Now Running for Sheriff

Last year, the same department that murdered Elijah McClain made headlines again – this time for holding an innocent family at gunpoint and forcing them all to the ground due to their own ineptitude. The police were searching for a stolen motorbike with a single driver when they came across a whole innocent family in an SUV with a registration plate from another state. The fact that none of the policemen involved in that act of terror were prosecuted — despite committing obvious acts of terrorism against an innocent family by holding children aged 6-17 at gunpoint and pushing them to the ground — exemplifies why police officers can get away with such A January decision exonerated all the cops involved. Despite the fact that the 18th Judicial District District Attorney's Office described the event as "disturbing," they determined that the police "acted legally." "What happened to the innocent occupants is unacceptable and preventable, but that alone does not

Cops claim the mother's rage is to blame for keeping an innocent family and children at gunpoint.

The same department who killed Elijah McClain made the news  all over again  last year —  this point  for holding an innocent family at gunpoint and forcing  all of them  to  the bottom   due to  their own incompetence. Illustrating why  law enforcement officials  can  escape  with horrific crimes  is that the   proven fact that  none of the officers  in this  act of terror  are  charged — despite blatant acts of terrorism against an innocent family — holding children, ages 6-17 at gunpoint and forcing them to  the bottom . Instead of apologizing  or maybe  helping the family  to know  what just happened to them, newly released evidence, which Chicago  lawyer  Mike Buresh obtained under Colorado’s Criminal Justice Records Act, reveals cops blamed the mother  and therefore the  horrified onlookers  rather than  themselves. This seems to be a continuation of the ruling in January which cleared all the officers involved. Despite the District Attorney’s Office of the 18th Judicial District

Investigation Shows Cops 'Have No Legal Reason' to Stop Elijah McClain, Far Less Choke & Injure Him

  Elijah McClain was killed by police after he was put  in a very  chokehold and given the sedative ketamine. The incident began when someone  within the  neighborhood called the police because McClain was walking down  the road  with groceries while wearing a mask. McClain reportedly always wore the mask because he was anemic,  and infrequently  got cold, and he was an introvert. Now,  quite  a year and a half later, an independent investigation, commissioned by  the town , has found that police had no legal basis  to prevent  McClain that night as he had broken absolutely no law. According to the Denver Post, the investigation also found that the department’s own investigation conducted by detectives  within the  Major Crimes Unit — was deeply flawed — and deliberately steered to exonerate the officers involved. The detectives  did not  ask basic, critical questions of the officers involved in McClain’s death, and instead “the questions frequently appeared designed to elicit specific