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Friday, September 03, 2010

Justice for Zac Rally Planned

This guy needs to give some answers.
There will be another vigil for San Fernando Valley teen Zac Champommier who was killed in a hail of police bullets while he was driving through the parking lot of a Studio City shopping center.

Family, friends and supporters will gather at the corner of Laurel Canyon and Ventura Blvd. this evening at 5:00 p.m.

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

Clean cut white kid gets gunned down under murky circumstances by a paramilitary sheriff's unit hanging around in a public parking lot and harassing people.

If EVER there were a case that demanded accountability from law enforcement, this would be it.

This being Los Angeles, I expect this to go nowhere.

LASD will blame the victim and that'll be the end of it. No grand jury, even.

September 03, 2010 11:51 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

People NEVER GET ALL THE FACTS. There's a lot more to this story and all these people are jumping on bandwagon not knowing the facts. Remember all those people who thought OJ was innocent? The majority of the time when these stories are put out in the media it nevers gives all whole truth. Remember little Devon Brown the gangster in red outfit the media refused to show people but everyone was saying he was only 13 yrs. Cops aren't going to risk their big pension and careers for anyone.

September 03, 2010 2:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It's rather scary that a so-called stakeout could be set up in a public area like a parking lot. Someone sees someone being wrestled to the ground (just for looking inside cars, not for actually breaking into one), decides to leave the lot. A deputy jumps in front of his car, gets hit and then shoots the driver dead.

Now the wagons are being circled just to protect the deputies. The mother isn't notified until the next day (that sounds suspicious in itself -- she should have been contacted as soon as they had the victim's ID). The media is told this is all about drugs so the headlines reflect that.

Sounds pretty messed up to me.

September 04, 2010 11:20 AM  

Anonymous g said:

see " press1forenglish.com" see the kinds of crime l.a. protects.

September 04, 2010 2:41 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

According to the official story, a story that shows not only creative writing but also suspension of the laws of physics, the multi-jurisdictional task force was "debriefing" in the very public parking lot behind Chipotle. They were in plainclothes and unmarked cars. They did not cordon off the area of the parking lot they were using so that the public would be kept out. They did not, obviously, have identifying clothing that would distinguish them from mafiosi. They did not stick to their mission of "debriefing" and, for some reason, deviated into the realm of "casing of unoccupied cars prevention and enforcement" (Our tax dollars hard at work). One of the officers actually pulled a gun on the "casing suspect" who was, according to officers, "struggling" with the original "officers" who "made contact". That would mean the gun-toting deputy was pointing his revolver not only at the casing suspect but also his fellow officers since they were "struggling" with the suspect.

I would like to now if the blood alcohol levels of the officers were taken as part of the protocol following officer-involved-shooting? I would also like to know if pedestrians who have been accidentally struck by automobiles have the right to retaliate using deadly force? Why is it that the agency whose officer's did the shooting are the ones that conduct the investigation into the shooting? Is there any way that the public can be given the same benefit? I mean, I'd like to be able to investigate myself whenever I get a parking ticket or other infraction. I think that's reasonable. I mean, I haven't killed anyone. So, comparatively speaking, I think that should be cool with law enforcement. Besides, that would take some of the workload off of them. They need to save their energy for explaining the physics by which a car could present an imminent threat of serious bodily injury or death to an officer/killer who, apparently, was facing the driver's door.

September 05, 2010 12:51 AM  

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