Here's the Baltimore Sun's spin on the Joe Schultz shooting.
Minutes later, the informant arrived and was asked by an agent to identify the wounded man, whose face was so bloody his features were barely distinguishable. But the informant knew before he looked at the young man that he wasn't Blottenberger. He told agents, "It's not even the right car." Schultz, the informant said, was conscious and able to identify himself: "My wallet is in my back pocket."
One of the allegations made against the FBI agents is that they denied Mr. Schultz immediate medical attention from paramedics while he was lying on the ground in a pool of his own blood. By waiting for minutes after Mr. Schultz was shot for the informant to identify him we are treated to some coorboration of that story. Can anybody say conspiracy to deprive Mr. Schultz of his civil rights by denying him medical assistance? Every one of these agents should be charged with felonies and they should be defending themselves. There is at minimum probable cause that they committed several crimes and there is more than sufficient evidence from the FBI's own self serving account to start the prosecution of these agents. every additional second of delay damages the FBI and our nation more. Clearly Brosnan faces some of the responsibility for this crime. He made the initial call to go after this Trans-Am. Now we are talking five agents controling one wounded person and one sixteen year old girl and they waited more than seconds to call for paramedics. They waited for an id from the informant before they got out Mr. Schultz's id. They approached with M-4's to a car they had stopped not using standard felony stop procedure. Since they did not recover Mr. Schultz's liscense immediately and Mr. Scultz may be presumed to have been rather vocal about questioning why he was stopped we have a pattern of abuse that adds up to attempted murder. The team included Braga, Brad Sheaf, Don Kornek and Steve Stowe
More names to watch for and to check out. We know Braga killed one other person in a shooting incident. That according to this paper was ruled justified, even though the person shot was not holding a weapon at the time of the shooting. On another thread Freeper muawiyah mentioned at least another shooting involving Braga. Those prior incidents should have investigations re-opened.
In general it looks like the FBI which clearly has had enough time and ecidence to either proceed to charges or rule the shooting justified has done neither. What we have instead is reports of threats to a former FBI agent who was retained to investigate the incident. Now the FBI according to their report given an average speed of 30 mph is talking about 40 seconds before the young lady driving the Trans Am stopped. This is hardly time enough to determine that she was trying to elude them. If her speed was greater than 30 mph then the time decreases. Another damning detail from the agents.
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