Suspect wounded after heist

Suspect wounded after heist

There are 1 comment on the Rocky Mount Telegram story from Oct 19, 2006, titled Suspect wounded after heist. In it, Rocky Mount Telegram reports that:

A Halifax County deputy shot and wounded a bank robbery suspect Thursday afternoon after a high-speed chase from Scotland Neck to Halifax, authorities said.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Rocky Mount Telegram.

CILL

Creedmoor, NC

#1 Jan 2, 2007
Since when is it ok to shot someone in the back? How is it that this young man was considered a threat while he is running away from the police officer? This young man is my brother. He was shot in the back but his family was not notified until 2 days later when the police showed up with a search warrent. He has been in police custody since the incident, has not been allowed visits from family in effort to slow down his chances of acquiring at least proper legal representation and he has been put into jail without any rehabilitation. Unfortunatly, I have come to realize that the judicial system is far from fair and there is no such thing as innocent until proven guilty. My brother has been refused any fairness in this situtation because he has a record. He has been in jail for riding in a car that could fit the description of the robbers since October 19th. He is partially paralyzed for the rest of his life because an officer decided to shoot him in the back all based on a car description. I know that there was a chase but one thing to consider is the fact that he was not driving the car, would you jump out of a car traveling at speeds of 80mph or more? I guess my brother is crazy for not wanting to kill himself and since he chose not to, the officer decided to try to help him along with it by shooting at him at least 5 times not 2. Did the FBI or Internal Affairs actually check the scene of the crime, or does that work the same way things do in court when they violated my brother's parole based on a officer's testimony (not the one who shot him) that they found a gun in the area (not in my brothers possession) with no fingerprints, residue tests and without producing the weapon in court. The judicial system is corrupt, fickle, biased and last but not least, COLORBLIND. MAY GOD HELP THOSE WHO HAVE POSITIONS OF AUTHORITY THAT ABUSE, MISUSE, AND CORRUPT THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Halifax Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
jennifer whitaker (Sep '12) Apr '17 Roxieb 4
heather patterson Apr '17 u dont wanna know me 1
agree? Mar '17 life sux 1
JB Beverly lol Feb '17 Vince Lumbardy 1
Reproductions Partners Desk For Sale UK (Oct '16) Oct '16 hlhqntl 1
coast to cost (Feb '10) Oct '16 DEBBIE MAY 5
on I-95 (Aug '16) Aug '16 bulk 1

Halifax Jobs

More from around the web

Personal Finance

Halifax Mortgages