Officer Convicted In Shooting Death Becomes Police Chief

Mar 26, 2013 Full story: 5NEWSonline.com 11

A former Bella Vista police officer who served jail time after shooting a suspect to death was sworn in as a police chief Monday night.

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Billy Bob

Bentonville, AR

#1 Mar 30, 2013
The man shot and killed an unarmed man,found guilt,served time and is now gloating that he is back in law enforcement. Something stinks here.
Billy

United States

#2 Mar 31, 2013
That unarmed man ran from the police and could hve killed many people doing so including you and your family... And this was not the first he had done so.... Seems as if his actions had not caused the situation he would still be alive.
Brackney is a Murderer

Bentonville, AR

#3 Mar 31, 2013
The fact is the unarmed man didn't kill anybody so shoulda, woulda , coulda, is not applicable.

Murderer Brackney stated after he committed the murder that he did not know who was driving the vehicle so the person who was murdered past is not applicable either. After the fact is called justified murder.

Before It's News

"Welcome to Sulphur Springs, Where the Police Chief is a Murderer"

Wednesday, March 27, 2013 22:56

http://beforeitsnews.com/strange/2013/03/welc...
Power to the People

Bentonville, AR

#4 Apr 1, 2013
EXCERPTS FROM THE DAILY SHEEPLE:

"In January 2010, Coleman Brackney, at the time an officer in the department that menaces nearby Bella Vista, murdered a man named James Ahern following a high-speed chase. After trapping Ahern’s vehicle and then pounding on his window, Brackney shot him six times – the last time in the back. Brackney claimed that Ahern – who had a record of trivial and petty offenses, including the non-crime of “resisting arrest”– attempted to run him over after the chase had ended. This was a lie, of course: The dashcam video documented that Brackney was never in danger."

"By any honest definition, this was an act of murder. Yet Brackney was prosecuted for “negligent homicide”– a charge that assumes that the officer, who shot Ahern six times at point-blank range, including once in the back, did not intend to kill the victim. He was sentenced to a single month in the Benton County Jail and fined $1,000. The families of the victim were given a $20,000 settlement by the county."

"After Brackney was released, his criminal record was expunged. Last April, the Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement – a regulatory body that enforces less rigorous professional standards than whatever body sanctions professional wrestling referees –reinstated Brackney’s “peace officer” certification. All that he needed now was a job opening – and one was soon created in Sulphur Springs."

"I told the guys the day I left I would be back," gloated Brackney in a local TV news interview, displaying the gift for self-preoccupation that typifies his caste.“You put the uniform back on and you look at yourself in the mirror, and you think,`I’m back.’” Of course, the same cannot be said of Brackney’s victim, for whom the newly enthroned police chief apparently cannot spare a thought."

"Indeed, Brackney displays a sociopath’s inability to recognize that he did anything wrong by murdering a man and then perjuring himself in an attempt to conceal the crime."

"Like every other police officer who has committed criminal violence against a member of the public, Brackney takes refuge in the casual elitism that is commonplace among those in his profession:“Until you have actually rode [sic] with a police officer or have a family member or a friend that [sic] is a police officer, you don’t really know what that job entails."

"In other words: Until you have been licensed to perform acts of criminal aggression or unless you have a relative thus invested, you have no moral standing to criticize those who use that spurious sanction to commit criminal homicide."

"To paraphrase Albert Nock’s deathless insight, government police forces don’t exist to eliminate crime, but rather to enforce a government monopoly on crime. Coleman Brackney embodies that principle with uncanny fidelity. This is to be expected of Arkansas, where there quite literally are no standards governing the qualifications and performance of police officers."

"Practically any hominid who can drive a car, pull a trigger, and emit sounds that vaguely resemble the English language can be stuffed into a government-issued costume and exercise “authority” on behalf of the State of Arkansas."

Link: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/welcome-to-sul...
Billy Bob

United States

#5 Apr 3, 2013
Billy wrote:
That unarmed man ran from the police and could hve killed many people doing so including you and your family... And this was not the first he had done so.... Seems as if his actions had not caused the situation he would still be alive.
Really??? Do you rub his feet and tuck him in at night too???
Straight Talk

Bentonville, AR

#6 Apr 3, 2013
Billy wrote:
That unarmed man ran from the police and could hve killed many people doing so including you and your family... And this was not the first he had done so.... Seems as if his actions had not caused the situation he would still be alive.
Could have or did? I believe only one person killed that night and he happened to be an employee of the BVPD.
Sacrifical Lamb

Van Buren, AR

#7 Apr 4, 2013
The fact that he got away with murder means he will do it again.
I would stay the hell away from him.

I feel so sorry for you people.
Brackney is a Murderer

Bentonville, AR

#8 Apr 4, 2013
AS long as Murderer Brackney is the Sulphur Springs police chief, I'll never drive through or visit Sulphur Springs, NEVER !
Anderson Guy

United States

#10 Apr 5, 2013
I seem to recall a story involving Sulphur Springs PD a number of years ago, where they pulled over a black man in a Cadillac. But this guy was actually FBI and he had the town investigated. Does anyone remember this? It had something to do with that stop sign they stuck out in the road to catch people not stopping, and then would issue a ticket.
Honestly

San Jose, CA

#11 Apr 5, 2013
A filthy cave n!@@er getting away with murder, so what else is new?? This mayonnaise monkey belongs in a cage. They should have never been let out of the caves of Europe.
Watching

Bentonville, AR

#13 Apr 6, 2013
The man was running AWAY from him. Explain THAT !Watch out for Bella Vista (OFFFICALS).

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