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Why Did a Culpeper Cop Kill a Retired Sunday School Teacher in a Church Parking Lot? [UPDATED]

On February 9, 2012, 54-year-old retired Sunday school teacher Patricia Cook was shot to death in the parking lot of Epiphany Catholic School in Culpeper, Virginia. The Culpeper police officer who shot and killed Cook claims that he was responding to reports of a suspicious woman sitting in her vehicle on the school’s property, and that when he went to take Cook’s license, she rolled up his arm in her Jeep’s window and drove off, dragging the officer and forcing him to shoot.

Three months later, one eyewitness says this is a complete lie, and that the officer was not in danger when he fired at Cook six times.

Kris Buchele, a Culpeper carpenter who was working in a house near the church and claims to have seen the entire event unfold, told WUSA9 the following:

"He was right next to the vehicle.  He had one hand on the door handle and one hand on his weapon.  And she was rolling the window up.  And they were exiting out of the parking lot.

The window was half way up he said 'stop or I'll shoot.'   I really didn't think he was going to do it.  But she got the window all the way up and that's when he shot.  And then she took a left out of the parking lot here and he stepped out in the street and fired five more times," said Buchele.

Buchele says the officer was not dragged and that he shot her before she drove away.  He says he didn't have his arm caught because the officer's left hand was on the door handle and right hand was holding a weapon. Also, he says he distinctly saw her roll up the window all the way before the officer shot out the glass and killed her.

According to a petition on Change.org, started by Culpeper residents and Cook's family, "At the most recent town council meeting, citizens were not allowed to discuss the shooting, and no information has been made available by the Virginia State Police regarding the status of the investigation."

Community members also started a Facebook petition calling for the investigation findings to be released, and the unnamed officer to either be cleared, or charged with Cook's murder. 

Cook, a Methodist, was not a member of Epiphany Catholic Church. Her husband thinks she may have been in the parking lot because she wanted to work at the chuch's school. 

Virginia State Police and the Fauquier County prosecutor’s office have been investigating the shooting for 10 weeks. The officer, whose name has not been released, is reportedly on paid administrative leave. 

UPDATE: Reason's own Ron Bailey directs me to a story in The Hook that a) sheds some light on the offending officer's identity and background, and b) reports one of Virginia's top law enforcement veterans is irate about how long the investigation is taking: 

Three months after a Culpeper police officer gunned down an unarmed woman and despite an official explanation that has been contradicted by at least two witnesses, there's still no action. Frustration has grown so intense that about 500 citizens have signed a petition, and now Central Virginia's leading law enforcer is speaking out about the case and its allegedly slow pace.

"What I've heard about it stinks,"says Albemarle Sheriff Chip Harding.

A former Charlottesville police captain who gained a national reputation in DNA technology, Harding says that 80 percent of a police shooting investigation typically occurs in the first five or six hours. Here, the State Police, aside from issuing a pair of press releases essentially blaming the victim, have released little– even denying multiple requests for the name of the officer in question.

"How long does it take to do an investigation?" asks Harding. "It's not rocket science."

Also: 

The Free Lance-Star in Fredericksburg cites two unnamed officers confirming that the shooter's name is Daniel Harmon-Wright.

Moreover, the newspaper reports that the 33-year-old Harmon-Wright has previously used other names. On Facebook, he goes by "Dan Wayne," a graduate of James Madison High School in Vienna, the paper reports. More curiously, the five-year veteran of the Culpeper P.D., also a veteran of the U.S. Marines, previously lived in Fauquier where he was known as Daniel Sullivan.

Culpeper Police Chief Chris Jenkins did not return a phone call from the Hook seeking confirmation that Harmon-Wright is Sullivan and the shooter– and why the officer might tamper with his own surname.

UPDATE II: Cook's husband has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Culpeper PD.  

WUSA9 has more: 

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  • Mo' $parky||

    Why Did a Culpepper Cop Kill a Retired Sunday School Teacher in a Church Parking Lot?

    It was his day off and he had some time to kill... Get it? Time to KILL...

  • WTF||

    Why Did a Culpeper Cop Kill a Retired Sunday School Teacher in a Church Parking Lot?

    Fuck you, that's why.

  • perlhaqr||

    Why Did a Culpeper Cop Kill a Retired Sunday School Teacher in a Church Parking Lot?

    Because he could.

  • Nyarlathotep||

    To get to the other side?

  • sarcasmic||

    And nothing else happened.

  • ||

    Kris Buchele, a Culpeper carpenter who was working in a house near the church and claims to have seen the entire event unfold, told WUSA9 the following:

    I wonder if Mr. Buchele will be catching a case of the Blue Flu in the not too distant future. Surely such adherents of the New Professionalism would be above such conduct. Surely.

  • sloopyinca||

    He very well may. Since the police department's smear campaign against him hasn't seemed to dissuade him from telling people what he saw.

    They started in about 4 days after the killing and haven't let up.

  • fish||

    Well it's quite obvious that NOTHING ELSE HAPPENED.

  • John||

    At the most recent town council meeting, citizens were not allowed to discuss the shooting,

    We are not governed, we are ruled. And I love how they won't release his name. Yet the name and a mug shot is released of any normal person who is suspected of a crime.

    This guy murdered a woman and they are covering up for him. Disgusting and inhuman are too weak of a description for them.

  • sarcasmic||

    A perk of being part of the organization that punishes people for doing bad things is that nobody will punish you for doing bad things.

  • Rich||

    At the most recent town council meeting, citizens were not allowed to discuss the shooting

    Is this a graceful way of saying that the citizens at this meeting were pussies?

  • sarcasmic||

    Maybe the citizens at the meeting didn't want the cops standing next to the city councilers to drag them outside and give them a good beating for disrespecting their rulers?

  • sarcasmic||

    *councilors*

  • sloopyinca||

    Cuntcilors. (Apologies to Ken Shultz)

  • Sharon Stone||

    Some animals are more equal than others, John. Notice the differences between this case and the Zimmerman/Martin case. Talk about a double fucking standard. If Ms. Cook were a black woman this whole case would be viewed under completely different circumstances and this is exactly how the MSM affects public perception.

    Exhibit the differences:
    Culpeper Cop Shooting
    Trayvon Martin Case

  • Sharon Stone||

    Patricia Cook yielded better results, still nothing in comparison to the Trayvon Martin case.

  • Heroic Mulatto||

    The difference is that Zimmerman wasn't a deputized officer of the law.

    Stop race baiting.

  • John||

    So what? What about Rodney King? The media could not care less about police murder unless it furthers their racial agenda.

  • Mike M.||

    So much this. The lowlife, vile scum that dominates the national media in this country only gives a crap about murders that they can use to exploit racial hatred among a particular "community". Disgusting doesn't even begin to describe their attitude.

  • R C Dean||

    Physical evidence should tell us a lot. The angle of the shots into her car would be completely different based on the two stories.

    Even if the first shot was through the driver's side window, you should be able to tell if it was rolled all the way up (per the "witness") or partway up because the copetrators arm was trapped.

  • John||

    There is no way that the cop is telling the truth. So what if she did roll up the window on his arm. What, he can't take his arm out? His story makes no sense.

    What does make sense is they had an argument, he told her to stay there, she told him to fuck off and drove off, and he lost his temper and shot her.

  • sarcasmic||

    There is no way that the cop is telling the truth.

    I can't wait until he is charged with filing a false report, obstruction of justice, lying to investigators, discharging a firearm in city limits, and of course first degree murder (I know it looks more like second, but prosecutors routinely overcharge so they can get a plea).

    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahahahaa1!11111!!1!

  • ||

    and on that day, Satan will be skiing to work

  • ||

    Has anyone even read Dante's Inferno? Because the ninth lair of Hell was frozen.

    This expression needs to die.

  • Drake||

    I read Niven / Pournelle's "Inferno" and "Escape from Hell".

  • Mo' $parky||

    "And anybody that showed up was gonna join Lem Lee in the Hell of Being Cut to Pieces."
    "Hell of being what?"
    "Chinese have a lot of Hells."

  • Heroic Mulatto||

    Dante isn't the end-all and be-all of tartarology.

  • sloopyinca||

    Dante isn't the end-all and be-all of tartarology.

    I would dare say that Captain Toady is.

  • ||

    Dante isn't the end-all and be-all of tartarology.

    I would hope not. I have it on good authority he eschewed fish 'n chips.

  • Mo' $parky||

    Well, the original idea of hell was inspired by Gehenna.

  • Killazontherun||

    Why humor Dante's interpretation above all others? Dante's account though interesting is at odds with the biblical one. The only description of Hell mentioned in the New Testament is the Lake of Fire.

    Revelation 21:8 But as for the cowardly, the faithless, the detestable, as for murderers, the sexually immoral, sorcerers, idolaters, and all liars, their portion will be in the lake that burns with fire and sulfur, which is the second death.

  • ||

    And Hell totally exists, too! So the semantics of its climate really do matter!!!11!1eleventy!!1

  • GILMORE||

    Alack|5.14.12 @ 11:45AM|#
    Has anyone even read Dante's Inferno?

    What do you mean *read*? I *dance* to Disco Inferno.

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t.....wdI9gAub8Q

  • JW||

    You spelled "receiving a medal for bravery and promotion" wrong.

  • ||

    And left out the 7.5th vowel "On paid leave" as well.

  • sloopyinca||

    Not only that, but they can use the window regulator's position, fingerprint records and any trails where the guy was allegedly dragged to determine what happened.

    Of course, that assumes none of this evidence has been tampered with by the shooter's fellow officers. And that is quite unlikely.

  • sarcasmic||

    Not only that, but they can use the window regulator's position, fingerprint records and any trails where the guy was allegedly dragged to determine what happened.

    You watch too much television. In reality they just unquestioningly accept what the cop says unless there is video to destroy.

  • sloopyinca||

    Even worse than that, in this case they went out of their way to carry out a character assassination of the eyewitness named above. Apparently, the guy had a prior from years ago that the cops immediately started bringing up in the media the moment he started speaking out. There are rumors that several more eyewitnesses are afraid of facing the intimidation and public shaming this man is being subjected to, therefore they are not coming forward publicly.

    Yet there are a majority of Americans that honestly believe cops are more concerned with seeking the truth than protecting their own. We are surrounded by idiots, sarcasmic. Idiots.

  • Mo' $parky||

    We are surrounded by idiots, sarcasmic. Idiots.

    You say this like you're surprised to find this out.

  • sarcasmic||

    Yet there are a majority of Americans that honestly believe cops are more concerned with seeking the truth than protecting their own.

    Those are the people who have never dealt with cops other than the occasional speeding ticket.

    Anyone who has either been the victim of a crime or been accused of a crime understands that our "justice" system is a complete joke.

    We are surrounded by idiots, sarcasmic. Idiots.

    No, they're just ignorant. They won't know the truth until they are a victim or an accused, and by then it's too late.

  • ¿Ex Nihilo?||

    ...our "justice" system...

    We don't have a justice system. We have a legal system, big difference.

  • sloopyinca||

    Bullshit. You're giving them too much credit. We are reminded every day that cops are goons. Look at the stories describing the stop and frisk program in NYC (which the complicit media is now calling "stop-question-frisk"), look at the Kelly Thomas story, the Jose Guerena story, the Kenneth Chamberlain story, Oscar Grant, the woodcarver shooting, the weekly citizen shooting in Seattle.

    We're bombarded with cops killing people every day, and you say they're not exposed? Sorry, but they're exposed. They just don't give a fuck until it happens to them. That's not ignorance, that's idiocy.

  • Mo' $parky||

    That's the "there must be more to the story" delusion. For example, see Number 7's post below.

    People are so ingrained with how to think cops are paragons of virtue from such a young age that even endless stories like this still just lead people to believe "there must be more to the story".

  • sarcasmic||

    look at the Kelly Thomas story, the Jose Guerena story, the Kenneth Chamberlain story, Oscar Grant, the woodcarver shooting, the weekly citizen shooting in Seattle.

    Which you only know about if you follow Reason or live where the incident occurred. Otherwise you don't hear about it. That's information you must seek out. And even if you do hear about it, most people assume that if the killing is found to be justified (as they all are), that it was actually justified.

  • fish||

    Middle Aged Sunday School Teachers: When a dog just isn't available!

  • CockGobbla||

    Why were his arms sticking through the window in the first place?

  • CockGobbla||

    I mean, according to the officer's account?

    Grabbing a driver's license is a brief enough exchange, and his eyes would have been on the driver at the time, so how could he have got his arm stuck in the window?

  • Mo' $parky||

    Are you trying to tell this brave officer how to do his job?

  • ||

    Why Did a Culpeper Cop Kill a Retired Sunday School Teacher in a Church Parking Lot?

    To make the community safer for athiests?

  • AlmightyJB||

    Both times the "assault" weapons bans were debated in congress and also the Brady bill, I recall the media bombarding us with every local story about every shootings that took place across america and even my local news were reporting shootings that took place everywhere else (which they never have done at any other time unless it we very high profile). Obviously they were trying to drum up public support for one of their pet issues. Wonder what the public response would be if if the media did the same thing with these police shootings and reported those to the public in the volume we see here?

  • CockGobbla||

    I need fucking volumes to express my rage at the media's complicity in the expansion of the American police-state.

  • sarcasmic||

    Complicity? More like accomplicity.

    By putting crimes that used to stay in local papers on the front page of every major daily, the media gives the impression that crime is on the rise. Thus justifying a need for more cops with more violent tactics.

    The truth is that crime (excluding victimless crimes against The State that is) is way down.

  • Number 7||

    I'm not saying she deserved to get shot but when a cop says, "stop or I'll shoot", don't you fucking stop?

    There is more to the story.

  • CockGobbla||

    And when the cop is already shooting at you while you're driving away, is your first instinct to stop or speed the holy fuck away?

  • JW||

    Ignore it. It feeds on outrage.

  • R C Dean||

    Window up, engine revving. . . .

    Who's to say she even heard him?

    There is more to the story.

    Yeah, like how many of his colleagues have also committed felonies trying to cover this one up?

  • sloopyinca||

    When a cop says, "I found these drugs in your car. Why do you have drugs in your car," don't you plead guilty?

    When a cop says, "See these fists? They're about to fuck you up," don't you just take your beating?

    When a cop says, "You ran into my car, it wasn't the other way around," don't you just agree with him?

    Jesus wept. Do you not know that there's such a thing as right and wrong? And if a cop's wrong or acting illegally, one is not compelled to follow their fucked-up orders.

  • Number 7||

    none of those 3 equate. If someone told me "stop or I'll shoot", I'd stop, taking him at his word.

    It doesn't excuse his shooting at a car driving away from him, it doesnt' excuse his shooting at someone who was not threatening him, but Jesus Christ, why give him the opportunity.

  • Mo' $parky||

    Heck, I'm surprised Office Friendly waited until she had the window all the way up before taking his shot. That shows he has amazing restraint.

  • Chris Mallory||

    According to an early account, her husband stated the vehicle had manual windows. So the cop sat there while she cranked it up.

  • ||

  • ||

    Reminds of this

    Hilarious! Too bad it cuts off right before the sounds of crunching bone, tearing gristle, and squirting blood can be heard.

  • sloopyinca||

    She never "gave him the opportunity." He created the opportunity. Remember, he had her DL, had her license plate # and registration info. If she drove off, he could have sent a car to her house to pick her up.

    Also, he never said she was out of control on his radio. If she was acting out of sorts, he would have called it in before he pulled out his gun to smoke her.

    Sorry, but if I'm being confronted by an out of control armed man sticking his arms in my car without my approval, my first reaction would be to drive off.

  • Yuno Hoo||

    If she drove off, he could have sent a car drone to her house to pick her up take her out.

  • Chris Mallory||

    What if his first comment to her was "You sure got a purty mouth"? Or "I need me some sex"?

  • Bill||

    Hell yeah there's more to the story. She probably disrespected him. She's lucky he didn't pistol whip her, rape her, then shoot her.

  • The Fatman||

    Fuck off Slaver.
    Please join Dunphy and his progeny in the fire.

  • Tommy_Grand||

    "I'm not saying she deserved to get shot but when a cop says, "stop or I'll shoot", don't you fucking stop?"

    Perhaps because you know cops are liars. He's gonna shoot regardless, stopping just makes his shot easier.

  • nipplemancer||

    "Stop or I'll shoot" is cliched. Cops nowadays use "Stop Resisting" as their blanket protection for UOF.

  • deified||

    Why is Riggs writing about the murderous Culpeper cop when R. Bailey lives in nearby Charlottesberg?

  • ||

    Because there are no temperature readings or any autologous stem cells breakthroughs to report. Bailey sticks strictly to science. Others hold up the mantle of The Balko Nutpunch.

  • Drake||

    If I had my way... the only real federal police agency (maybe the Marshal Service) would be tasked with investigating state and local cops.

    Deputy Marshals would show up and investigate the hell out of this kind of shooting and the DOJ would prosecute the shit out of them if they found evidence.

  • Seamus||

    What would be the basis for federal jurisdiction? The old "everything affects interstate commerce some way or another" theory?

  • Drake||

    I guess I would have to invent one when I re-wrote the Constitution. Or whatever the fuck they use for Civil Rights prosecutions.

  • R C Dean||

    Easy. You could probably keep the entire current FBI busy investigating civil rights violations by local po-po.

  • perlhaqr||

    It works for everything else. Why not something actually beneficial for once?

  • Heroic Mulatto||

    Cook, a Methodist, was not a member of Epiphany Catholic Church. Her husband thinks she may have been in the parking lot because she wanted to work at the chuch's school.

    Sounds to me like a craigslist "NSA" hookup gone wrong.

  • nipplemancer||

    Prosecutor Requests Grand Jury in Pat Cook Case

    Some hope, but that leaves the trial in the hands of cop-friendly Prosecutors.

  • nipplemancer||

    The cop is also named in the comments section - Officer Daniel W. Harmon-Wrigh, though I'm not sure how accurate it is.

  • daveInAustin||

    The eyewitness account seems to describe a more professional-acting officer than one who got his arm caught so far into a window that it could get caught? How fast does a window roll-up?

  • Paul.||

    The Culpeper town spokesperson says the officer's cruiser did have a video camera, but that it was not working.

    How convenient...

  • ||

    Gremlins. They're in everything. Even watches.

  • sloopyinca||

    The Culpeper town spokesperson says the officer's cruiser did have a video camera, but that it was not working.

    Every cop who makes a stop and has a dashcam that does not work should have their testimony thrown out. They should also be charged with obstruction of justice if it worked either before or after an incident where there is conflicting testimony.

    Sorry, but if you enforce the law, you should be held to a standard that requires openness, honesty and integrity. A dashcam that suddenly stops working calls all three of those qualities into question.

  • Paul.||

    Cook says he doesn't know why his wife was in the parking lot of the Epiphany Catholic School. Their couple's pastor at Culpeper United Methodist Church thinks she may have been there searching for work with children because she loved her volunteer role teaching Sunday school at their church.

    Another case of the Cops losing their primary constituency: White, conservative, church-going middle class America?

  • Paul.||

    Virginia State Police say that the police officer had his arm caught in her driver's side window, and was dragged alongside the vehicle as she drove away.

    Oh, allow me to retort...

    I would like to take a volunteer cop, have him stick his arm in my window and I'll drag him some distance. I'm guessing there will be visible contusions/bruises on the arm and possibly other areas of the body. Because getting dragged in a vehicle? Yeah.

    Let's see the proof, Mr. Shoot first, ask questions later...

  • ||

    I'm guessing there will be visible contusions/bruises on the arm and possibly other areas of the body. Because getting dragged in a vehicle? Yeah.

    Correct, Paul. I would also be surprised if this Officer was not required to report to the infirmary after such an ordeal. Since we don't know the dimensions of the officer in question, I can tell that yes, he would have remarkable contusions on his arm. Moreover, there would probably be some torn or distressed clothing on his knees from being dragged, and probably some injury to both his knees and most likely a hyper-extension or "rolling" of his ankle. Lastly, if she just "took off" with his arm still caught in the window as he claims, why isn't there any injury to his shoulder, such as deltoid or rotator cuff injury? Where is there any type of post shooting medical or paramedic documentation? I would assume in a shooting that the EMS was dispatched.

  • ||

    Replace "Since" with "Despite that".

  • sissymae||

    here are some of the stories from other newspapers and news channels:
    http://www.wjla.com/articles/2.....72622.html
    http://www.wusa9.com/news/loca.....yid=204090

  • sissymae||

    Please make sure to sign the petition to help make sure that justice is served. http://www.change.org/petition.....ricia-cook

  • sloopyinca||

    Done. Thanks for the link.

  • sloopyinca||

    I would like the police to explain how a vehicle equipped with crank windows (look up the Jeep Wrangler...power windows are not an option) could be rolled up fast enough to pin an officer's arm in it. Also, the regulator could be pulled down easily enough if someone's arm were caught.

    The cop's story has been bullshit from the word go. The mysteriously non-operational dashcam and evidence contradicting the cop's story would make this a slam dunk case were it anyone other than a cop.

    The double standard is on display, and our cop apologists are conspicuously absent.

  • sarcasmic||

    You anti-cop bigot!

    ;-)

  • sloopyinca||

    Thanks, sarcasmic. That's the nicest thing someone other than Banjos has said to me all day.

  • Mo' $parky||

    Did she call you an insufferable douchenozzle again?

  • nipplemancer||

    It's one of them newer 4-door Jeeps Sloop, they do have power windows available. I know I've heard that she had manual windows, but I haven't seen any verification of that. But that's neither here nor there. Several witnesses have come out saying that the cop never had his arm caught in the window and he started shooting after the window was rolled up.
    This is a case of terminal Contempt of Cop.

  • ||

    I'm usually a fan and defender of law enforcement, but, this cop's story stinks.

    I do not believe any part of it. Other than he shot her.

  • Thundar||

    I'm surprised he didn't just say she barked at him and instinct took over.

  • R C Dean||

    claims that he was responding to reports of a suspicious woman sitting in her vehicle on the school's property,

    I wonder if anyone has even bothered to confirm this?

  • Paul.||

    Seeing a woman in the church parking lot, he had to act quickly. He didn't have time to call it in. Approaching the vehicle, he could smell marijuana. When he told her to exit the vehicle, she resisted.

    Did I pitch a perfect game?

  • ||

    Did I pitch a perfect game?

    Work in a furtive movement or an aggressive stance, and it'll be a humdinger.

  • LemonMender||

    Come on, even a microaggression will do.

  • NickCharles||

    The officer's name is apparently Daniel W. Harmon-Wright, aka Daniel W. Sullivan, according to the wrongful death suit.

  • califernian||

    "Three months later, one eyewitness says this is a complete lie, and that the officer was not in danger when he fired at Cook six times."

    Shocker.

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    Wrongful death suit has been filed by the husband.

    $5.35 million dollars might get someone's attention. (Possibly the taxpayer who pays it.)

  • JSebastian||

    That woman's wife should just kill the cop who murdered his wife..whoever he is. Shouldn't be too hard to find him.

    Only when the victims (or their friends, family, or agents) force personal consequences onto these individuals who are employed by the State, will their abusive behavior stop.

    However, it has to occur frequently enough, and be severe enough (in this case, death), in order to serve effectively as a deterrent. And it has to be widely disseminated and publicized, preferably in the media, so that agents of the State are generally aware of it.

    When they are all cognizant, at all times, of the personal risk of malfeasance whilst carrying out their official duties, this behavior will cease.

    And only then.

  • Fate||

    Has someone been reading some John Ross?

  • Agile Cyborg||

    "When they are all cognizant, at all times, of the personal risk...this behavior will cease."

    I disagree. The Sheriffs and Chiefs in this country will simply triple-down on force protection which will only further militarize the already battle-ready troops in your local precinct.

    You are dealing with paranoid psychopaths en masse. This mindset thrives on any state of 'emergency' that offers an outlet for murder and horrific brutality. A couple of precisely-shot thug cops would be just the thing to grow the police into a full-fledged military crusade operating full tilt on the streets of America.

    You can bet your bottom union dollar this would occur.

  • ||

    x2 on this. Witness the explosive growth of anti-narcotics task forces around the country. They are equipped with military weapons, drones, and one LOCAL police department near here actually has a tank.

  • sissymae||

  • ||

    Looking at this pic there's a photo of the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited with a soft top. There's no model that comes with soft top and automatic windows. While it would be possible to buy a hard top/power window model and then install a soft top I am doubtful a 54 year old woman would go through such a process.

    http://wusa9.com/news/article/.....ricia-Cook

  • be an angel||

    Having talked with a number of uniformed officers as well as possibly a few FBI agents I urge people to remember that cops are basically a neutral material that organized crime frequently directs. The same "F" people that talk about "mom" or "50/50" make an effort to nfluence the police. I think this was an organized crime killing. Mutiny against the mafia. Take from Italians everything they have taken from you.

  • Agile Cyborg||

    Remarkably interesting... Please expand upon.

  • Terrance||

    that Harmon-Wright is Sullivan and the http://ssssdgfhfgjgj.blogspot.pt/ the officer might tamper with his own surname.

  • Terrance||

    Here, the State Police, aside from issuing a pair of press releases http://shrr.eklablog.com/ essentially blaming the victim, have released little– even denying multiple requests for the name of the officer in question.

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