Three Things You Need to Know About Fulton County DA Paul Howard
On Wednesday, Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard announced charges against the officer involved in the shooting of Rayshard Brooks. Eleven charges in all, including felony murder. Now, if you're wondering how you get felony murder when there's video that shows the officer acting in self-defense, you're probably like most people outside CNN and liberal activists right now. But let's take a look at who the district attorney is who filed the charges.
1. He's apparently a scumbag.
The DA who just charged the cops in the Rayshard Brooks is currently under investigation for funneling $140,000 in… https://t.co/yZdkdJsnU8— Greg Price (@Greg Price) 1592426055.0
They say don't ascribe to malice what can be explained by incompetence. But my dude has allegedly already violated the trust of his constituents. If you were to assign malice, a guy who looks like he's going for a murder charge to distract from his own political problems would be someone you'd assign it to.
2. He thought tasers were a deadly weapon before he didn't think tasers were a deadly weapon.
#AtlantaBlueFlu is happening because 2 week ago before the Atlanta shooting, the DA said firing a taser is use of a… https://t.co/6EdjBmo1fL— RG (@RG) 1592476524.0
Make sense of this one. If a cop is using a taser, it's a deadly weapon. If a suspect is using a cop's taser against the cop he stole the taser from, that taser is not a deadly weapon. It's the entire rationale behind the felony murder charge. Forget a jury of your peers; I think even a jury of Howard's family members would call bullshit here.
3. He's a liar about one of the other officers turning state's witness.
Or is a liar at least according to that officer's attorney.
The attorney sent these pictures along with his statement to show how, he says, Officer Brosnan was injured when th… https://t.co/ZaITBexfo9— David Begnaud (@David Begnaud) 1592445892.0
Let's just skip ahead to the jury finding the defendant not guilty of felony murder, because the prosecution couldn't prove felony murder, but everyone spent the year thinking the officer was going to go to jail for felony murder, because the district attorney kept saying felony murder. How does that turn out for the city of Atlanta?
Or the other shitty option is the officer gets railroaded, because the Atlanta government has made it clear that social justice matters more than actual justice. That's where we're at right now.
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