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27. They weren't at the wrong address
Fri Oct 30, 2020, 06:20 PM
Oct 2020

Last edited Fri Mar 26, 2021, 12:06 PM - Edit history (6)

Four search warrants had been approved, at least one of them was no-knock, and at least one of them contained Breonna's name and address. If they SHOULDN'T have been on the warrant, THAT'S legitimate grounds for civil (if not criminal) charges.


Oh bless his heart ... nt mr_lebowski Oct 2020 #1
Castle Domain Doctrine no_hypocrisy Oct 2020 #2
Thanks for this Bayard Oct 2020 #8
Did the Police announce their Cartaphelius Oct 2020 #23
An unlawful warrant would negate police busting into a private residence. no_hypocrisy Oct 2020 #24
The boyfriend was cleared of the attempted murder charges JonLP24 Oct 2020 #26
I'm thinking that Mattingly is in for more emotional distress, when he loses. NCjack Oct 2020 #3
He is in for emotional distress from a defense lawyer sticking a microscope up his rectum! Dustlawyer Oct 2020 #19
Low life, no account jackass. The rest is self censored. marble falls Oct 2020 #4
Self-defense is as old as Thomas Hobbes bucolic_frolic Oct 2020 #5
Then he shouldn't be a cop! Behind the Aegis Oct 2020 #6
What could he possibly hope to gain? maxsolomon Oct 2020 #7
Somebody put him up to this, and is paying legal expenses. JustABozoOnThisBus Oct 2020 #10
So some person or organization with deep pockets should step in to assist Walker. not_the_one Oct 2020 #11
"A person or organization with deep pockets..." Like Breonna's family? rocktivity Oct 2020 #17
i would think he's got whiplash too, barbtries Oct 2020 #9
The officers were in plain clothes and didn't announce themselves or show ID rocktivity Oct 2020 #12
Hardcore chutzpah right there! Lucky Luciano Oct 2020 #13
Yeah, he'll abort before discovery. As if. jfc... clayton72 Oct 2020 #14
Fuck this douchebag. intheflow Oct 2020 #15
ACAB irisblue Oct 2020 #16
Geez VA_Jill Oct 2020 #18
Disgusting piece of police... stillcool Oct 2020 #20
Let me get this straight. Boyfriend tries to defend girlfriend (2nd amendment right) in her apt. Evolve Dammit Oct 2020 #21
They weren't at the wrong address rocktivity Oct 2020 #27
That's one point. But the suspect was already in custody. Right? Should the search have been halted? Evolve Dammit Oct 2020 #29
Snowflake with fake tears. 58Sunliner Oct 2020 #22
One would think Kenneth Walker has a better "emotional distress" claim. n/t PoliticAverse Oct 2020 #25
Right? SunSeeker Oct 2020 #30
Walker should countersue if not request a summary judgement rocktivity Oct 2020 #31
Sure. EndlessWire Oct 2020 #28
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