Over a speeding ticket, a cop rams a family's car, flipping it over and killing an 11-year-old girl.
A New Jersey parent alleges a state policeman caused his daughter's death after hitting his car over a speeding ticket. Trooper Christopher Baldner asked to know whether there were any firearms or narcotics in the car, he claims. Monica Goods, who was 11 years old at the time of her death, was the subject of an inquiry by the state attorney general. "This should have been a traffic ticket," Joseph O'Connor, her father's lawyer, said. In December, a New York State trooper stopped Tristin Goods, 39, for speeding while visiting family. During the stop, he claims the officer got aggressive and wanted to know whether there were "guns or narcotics" in the car. After Goods refused to release the grip of the steering wheel, his 11-year-old daughter, Monica, was carried away in a body bag. For exceeding the posted speed limit, the state claims the authority to extort, abduct, and imprison people. If you refuse to pay the extortion, police will use deadly force ag