Sealed cases and Cops getting away with murder?
Former Hartford Connecticut Police Officer Robert Lawlor
Jashon Bryant, the 18-year-old city teenager shot from behind by Officer Robert Lawlor
Excerpt from Journal Inquirer piece:
Although he was initially cooperative with Lawlor and Prather, Henry began to drive away.
Lawlor told the grand juror that Bryant's hands "were not up. He made movements to go to the floor. He went down."
Lawlor then fired five shots from his .45-caliber pistol at the moving car. One bullet hit Henry in the chest, wounding him. Two others hit Bryant in the back of his head, killing him instantly as Henry continued to drive away.
Though Lawlor claims Bryant had a gun, none was ever found. Connelly's report also says an autopsy revealed a bullet wound to one of Bryant's thumbs, indicating that the wound occurred when "at least one of Bryant's hand was on his head."
Morano sent Connelly's conclusions and recommendations to New Haven State's Attorney Michael Dearington, who obtained a warrant charging Lawlor in the case. [more]
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Is the judiciary going to cover up another racially motivated White Police Officer execution of a Black? Connecticut Judiciary report [found here]
Is Connecticut State's Attorney John Connelly going to cover up another police racially motivated execution of a Black? Did Connelly allegedly botch the trial against police officer Scott Smith who stood on a Black suspects back and fired through the suspects back, executing the suspect, so Smith would skate on appeal for murder?