Skip to comments.No bond for D.C. cop charged with murder
Posted on 06/06/2011 3:51:34 PM PDT by WaterBoard
A D.C. police officer charged with murder and manslaughter in the death of a young Prince Georges County mother and her 1-year-old child will be held without bond.
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I wonder if they will create a wall in D.C. for all the innocent people murdered by police officers each year in domestic abuse cases?
Damn. They have got to be hitting the bottom of the barrel if this guy is a cop.
That plain clothes thug look got all the way into his heart and soul.
“They have got to be hitting the bottom of the barrel if this guy is a cop.”
Oh. My. Gosh.
I knew the DC Police are not exactly the finest force in the world (apologies to any good, hardworking cops down there), but this man looks like a depraved criminal.
Which, if what he is accused of is even 1/2 true he is.
They are saying the baby was left in the car for days.
I cannot get over how sick this is.
Can he be extradited to TX for his execution?
Did he commit this crime on Fed’l territory so he can be executed?
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This story makes me sick
So I guess he murdered the woman so he wouldn’t have to pay child support? Seems like he coldly let the baby die a horrible death because he murdered the mom, or wanted to be absolutly sure there would be no child support. This man needs to be left in a hot car until he dies.
Just look at this guy. And he’s a D.C. policeman.
We have a problem.
There was a big scandal in the late ‘80s because a bunch of DC cops turned out to have criminal records and others were just thugs. DC begged Congress for money to hire hundreds of new cops during the cocaine and crack craze of the late ‘70s when crime in DC was way out of control.
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