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Four officers cleared in shooting of Urquiza

There are 528 comments on the McKinney Courier-Gazette story from Feb 27, 2007, titled Four officers cleared in shooting of Urquiza. In it, McKinney Courier-Gazette reports that:

A Collin County grand jury returned no bill of indictment against four McKinney police officers involved in the shooting of a man accused of ordering a hit on another McKinney police officer.

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Mckinney, TX

#545 Nov 29, 2012
My daily prayer is that the trash that remains at the upper level of the McKinney Police Department in Texas will also be removed from his office as was the case, with their now ex-chief Kolousy. Hopefully, the "Enforcer" under Kolousy will be charged with Federal crimes, found guilty and serve many years in Federal prison. This patrol and SWAT team Chief, a reject from the Dallas Police department twelve years ago, and excapee of the "white power crew" is truly the greatest Evil ever found in Collin County history in its history of law enforcement.
For Texas Poet

Mckinney, TX

#546 Dec 26, 2012
Kayeway wrote:
And two of these guys are at the helm of the McKinney Police Association as well. What gives?<quoted text>
Not anymore. Paid off; but gone.

Nothing has changed in the DA's office, a few political enemies knocked off; but business as usual despite the promises to do the right thing. Hypocrite!

The worst part is our city's "guiding political infrastructure" also remains the same, completely complicit and just trying to hold on to their fake "Christian" reputations but mostly concerned about not getting caught, not doing what is morally correct, and of course holding on to power.

Texas Poet, you were right all along and thank you for having the huge brass balls to call a spade a spade.

And as was done 2000 years ago, the speaker of Truth is derided as a nut; by the entrenched Pharisees.

God Bless.
When did that happen

San Diego, CA

#547 Dec 27, 2012
You mean Kowalski's henchman is gone? Was he fired or did they let him "resign?" Hope he doesn't show up in sheriff's dept

Mckinney, TX

#549 Jan 30, 2013
Well said!

Mckinney, TX

#550 Jan 30, 2013
These are some seriously bad individuals who need to lose the jobs before the hurt more people.

Mckinney, TX

#551 Feb 3, 2013
Why has the DA's office protected these guys? The public records are pretty darn clear and lead to only one conclusion it would seem. Lying cops caught in a criminal coverup conspiracy.

And our new DA does what exactly?

Exactly nothing.

So much for "seeking justice....."
Why Police Lie

Mckinney, TX

#552 Feb 5, 2013
Why Police Lie Under Oath

THOUSANDS of people plead guilty to crimes every year in the United States because they know that the odds of a jury’s believing their word over a police officer’s are slim to none. As a juror, whom are you likely to believe: the alleged criminal in an orange jumpsuit or two well-groomed police officers in uniforms who just swore to God they’re telling the truth, the whole truth and nothing but? As one of my colleagues recently put it,“Everyone knows you have to be crazy to accuse the police of lying.”

But are police officers necessarily more trustworthy than alleged criminals? I think not. Not just because the police have a special inclination toward confabulation, but because, disturbingly, they have an incentive to lie. In this era of mass incarceration, the police shouldn’t be trusted any more than any other witness, perhaps less so.

That may sound harsh, but numerous law enforcement officials have put the matter more bluntly. Peter Keane, a former San Francisco Police commissioner, wrote an article in The San Francisco Chronicle decrying a police culture that treats lying as the norm:“Police officer perjury in court to justify illegal dope searches is commonplace. One of the dirty little not-so-secret secrets of the criminal justice system is undercover narcotics officers intentionally lying under oath. It is a perversion of the American justice system that strikes directly at the rule of law. Yet it is the routine way of doing business in courtrooms everywhere in America.”

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Better Wake Up Folks

Mckinney, TX

#553 May 7, 2013

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