"Who are you and where are you located?"
I received a call from Paul D. Hinckley, Woodbury, Connecticut, selectman yesterday afternoon. [his contact information]
I had left a message on his voice mail about [the case of Bill Mulready]. Hinckley seemed more interested in where I am located than in what I had to ask him. I told him that I am located in Brattleboro, Vermont. The police in Connecticut have a policy for those that lodge police misconduct complaints, it is called "Arrest and Discredit".
Should police be able to walk up to you in public and tell you that you will be arrested if you are seen in public, or wish to express your opinion in public? Are police to be used as a Domestic Spying Organization?
Hinckley told me that as selectman, he is also the police chief, carrying a badge, but with no gun or arrest powers. He wanted to know exactly where I was located. He told me that the officer, George Romano, would be reported to the Resident Connecticut State Trooper of Woodbury, Sgt. Rafferty.
In Connecticut making a [police misconduct complaint] is an act of futility and can end up in a citizen being arrested and maybe railroaded to prison. 6 gang members were not put in prison for stabbing a man to death by a Connecticut judge. Lodge a complaint against a judge, prosecutor, police officer, DCF, official, or defense lawyer, and maybe the same judge will put you in prison if you are a victim of a crime and were falsely arrested.
If police in Connecticut will help an estranged husband beat his Elitist wife, and then arrest the wife, is anyone safe? [video]
A US Marine, Stephen Murzin, made a police misconduct complaint. The officers complained about, paid Connecticut Registered Confidential Police Informant, Todd Vashon, $10,000 cash to kill Murzin. Stephen Murzin was arrested when he woke up in the hospital with 13 stab wounds. David J. Taylor, a felon on probation, wasn't even violated on probation for almost killing 3 people! [more]
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