People don't just randomly sexually assault women once and then never do it again.
But was the chemist able to get home to his her family safely every night?
Quote from: ksen on April 25, 2017, 06:48:51 PMBut was the chemist able to get home to his her family safely every night?FYP
They not only made national news by conducting an illegal search based on information that turned out to be badly wrong, they also managed to search an entire high school, subject themselves to a likely lawsuit ... and not find any illegal substances.
QuoteThey not only made national news by conducting an illegal search based on information that turned out to be badly wrong, they also managed to search an entire high school, subject themselves to a likely lawsuit ... and not find any illegal substances.lol
The car involved had been backing down the road toward officers in "an aggressive manner," Balch Springs Police Chief Jonathan Haber said at a press conference Sunday. The officers were responding to a call about several drunk, underage "kids" walking around the neighborhood at around 11 p.m. Saturday night, and heard gun shots, Haber said.. . .In an interview with BuzzFeed News Sunday night, Merritt disputed the police account. Witnesses at the party said they did not hear gunshots until after the police arrived, he said, adding that the group of teens in the car were leaving the house because the gathering was getting rowdy.He also disputed the police department's claim that the driver was approaching officers in a threatening manner, explaining that the officer's bullet did not come from behind the vehicle, but had "entered the passenger side window and shattered it.""They're insinuating that the car was backing up and threatened the officer but the injury is not consistent with that story," Merritt said. "The officer was standing right there."Merritt said he spoke with the other teens in the vehicle, and that none had faced any charges for underage drinking.
Police have retracted earlier accounts that a vehicle was reversing toward officers in an "aggressive manner" when one of the officers opened fire, striking and killing 15-year-old Jordan Edwards in a Dallas-area suburb Saturday night.In a news conference Monday, Balch Springs Police Chief Jonathan Haber said that he initially "misspoke" and that the vehicle had begun to drive away at the time the officer opened fire. He questioned whether the shooting was necessary."I unintentionally (was) incorrect when I said the vehicle was backing down the road ... in fact I can tell you that I do have questions in relation to my observation (of) the video," Haber said. "After reviewing the video, I don't believe that (the shooting) met our core values."