Chief: Fatal Mpls shooting to go befo...

Chief: Fatal Mpls shooting to go before grand jury

There are 4 comments on the KARE-TV Minneapolis story from Aug 15, 2013, titled Chief: Fatal Mpls shooting to go before grand jury. In it, KARE-TV Minneapolis reports that:

A Hennepin County grand jury will review the shooting death of a man who struggled with Minneapolis police in May. Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau says she was told by the Hennepin County Attorney's office late Wednesday that the case will go before a grand jury next month.

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John Lee Anonymous

Minneapolis, MN

#1 Aug 16, 2013
Let me guess, a private pay-out to the family so the case won't have to go before the public. The gutless city is afraid to have any of these cases see the true light of day, even when they are justified. They always say it's to save money, but since when do civil cases cost 3 or 4 million dollars in legal fees?
BTW: I wonder who leaked the info that the dead guy's DNA was on the cops gun? This just gets curiouser and curiouser!
Consistent

Grantsburg, WI

#2 Aug 16, 2013
John Lee Anonymous wrote:
Let me guess, a private pay-out to the family so the case won't have to go before the public. The gutless city is afraid to have any of these cases see the true light of day, even when they are justified. They always say it's to save money, but since when do civil cases cost 3 or 4 million dollars in legal fees?
BTW: I wonder who leaked the info that the dead guy's DNA was on the cops gun? This just gets curiouser and curiouser!
"They always say it's to save money, but since when do civil cases cost 3 or 4 million dollars in legal fees?"

The real crime is that every Government Entity (Township, City, County, State, Federal) is so INFESTED with Scumbag Lawyers on the Payroll, that there should by no added costs to the Public in Legal Fees for any involvement of the Courts in any situation.

Any Scumbag that wants to be a Lawyer must be allowed to do so, this is Amerika.

But

There is no restriction on what a "License" costs. Start the license cost at $ 1,000,000 per year, and go up 10% per year for the life of the Lawyer.

Make an exception for decent Lawyers that ONLY represent The People, against the oppressive Police State. Their license should cost $1.00 for a Lifetime License.
John Lee Anonymous

Minneapolis, MN

#3 Aug 16, 2013
And, let's not forget that most of those 'scumbag law firms' give hugh campaign donations to the Democrat Party People who run the crime infested urban slums. It's a win, win, situation.
Consistent

Grantsburg, WI

#4 Aug 16, 2013
John Lee Anonymous wrote:
And, let's not forget that most of those 'scumbag law firms' give hugh campaign donations to the Democrat Party People who run the crime infested urban slums. It's a win, win, situation.
The Richest Amerikans are the least productive Human Beings in Human History, they are ALL Lawyers, and the Lawyers Bar is a wholly owned entity of Prostitutes serving the Demokrat Party of Amerika.....any of you Victim Collectivists that dispute this, "Google" Lawyers, Democrat party, and the truth will set you free.

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