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Posted on 07/02/2014 11:26:56 PM PDT by Rabin
A rumor that a decision on the fate of Sheriff's deputy who shot down 13 year old Andy Lopez, is imminent is false, says media coordinator of the Sonoma County District Attorney's office.
A press conference (had been) scheduled for today to forgo murder charges against the killer, who challenged, then shot and killed Andy, October 22 last year. "A little mex, walking with a un-tipped look-alike AK-47, BB gun".
Santa Rosa City Manager Kathy Millison sent an email Thursday to Santa Rosa City Council members and staff directing talking points to (prop). The assigned roles of the internal action plan is for the city manager to email talking points to council as soon as decision is released.
Protocol in officer-involved shootings is to make an announcement regarding charges 90 days (October 22, 13 to July 1, 14.... Mmm 2 hundred seventy + some? Lots of "investigating"
Gelhaus returned to work, His Santa Rosa Police Department, which is investigating the incident, issued its report to the DA's office in January.
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Rab knows none of the above.
Evidently Gelhaus is not a stranger to his use of his gun. I have also read elsewhere that he is a weapons instructor for the sheriff’s dept.
Also, the DA is a big time Lib who is seemingly uncomfortable with doing her job when it comes to litigating illegal behavior by the cops.
It simply doesn’t pass the sniff test for the cop to empty his weapon into a 13 year old boy.
We know exactly what the decision is going to be. This is just “cooling the mark.”