Thursday, March 08, 2018

Rahm Will Not Testify About Cop Code of Silence, Because G. Flint Taylor Will Not Allow It.

“This problem is sometimes referred to as the thin blue line,  Other times it is referred to as the code of silence. It is the tendency to ignore. It is the tendency deny. It is the tendency in some cases to cover-up the bad actions of a colleague or colleagues.” Rahm Emmanuel before the City Council on Dec. 9, 2015

Daley never testified about his manipulation of the Chicago Police Department.  Rahm Emanuel will not do so either, despite the ruling by a Cook County Judge: 

 A Cook County Judge on Wednesday ordered Emanuel to appear at some point in the next 30 days to offer a sworn deposition in the wrongful death lawsuits brought by the families of Quintonio LeGrier and Bettie Jones — who were fatally shot by a Chicago cop. . . .
Emanuel will face questions about the behavior of the city’s attorneys and why officers who arrived on the scene weren’t carrying tasers that could have provided a non-lethal option of force, Foutris said.
Foutris also said he will question Emanuel about a “Code of Silence” that hangs over the case. Foutris specifically questioned why paramedics and the Cook County medical examiner’s office were not immediately made aware the shooting involved a police officer.
And Foutris said he plans to ask Emanuel if the changing accounts provided by paramedics passes the smell test. Accounts given to investigators one month after the shooting differ from information the paramedics offered two weeks ago during sworn depositions.

This is in Cook County Court, but People Law Office and the Illinois Lawsuit Lotto Industry will not allow this to stand. A dependable Illinois appellate judge, maybe Judge Mary L. Mikva, is being shopped for as these keys strike, I have no doubt. Mikva was an elected Cook County Judge and was appointed to the Appellate Court after her Rahm friendly findings in the Koschman case. She was appointed to the First District Appellate Court in July of 2016 and has been more than Rahm-friendly. 

I expect that Judge Mary L. Mikva will block Rahn from being asked any hard questions anywhere and by anyone.

G. Flint Taylor owns the Cop Code of Silence.  Rahm was only using it and it helps people connect the dots.

 Rahm and G. Flint Taylor may even argue Federal Civil Rights and take it federal,where his old pal Judge Robert Gettleman* can slap down any attempt to connect the scattered and zany dots planted all over creation by the Peoples Law Office and the undoing of justice in Cook County and Illinois.

* Judge Gettleman 

The breakdown in payment ordered by Judge Gettleman is as follows: The city is to pay $900,016 to Wilson's lawyers—Flint Taylor, Jeffrey Haas, and John Stainthorp of the People's Law Office. An additional $100,000, earmarked for Wilson, is to be paid directly to the widow and two children of William Fahey, who are identified in court documents as "judgment creditors" of Andrew Wilson. The Fahey family won a wrongful death suit against Wilson years ago, and thereby ensured that they could garnish any money awarded him in his civil rights suit against Commander Burge, his comrades, and the city.
The city's lawyers have agreed to abide by half of the judge's order. They have not appealed the judgment that the city was responsible for the misdeeds of policemen who were aware of brutality and did not stop it or get proper medical attention for Wilson. For their inattention to duty, the city has already issued checks to the Fahey family for $50,448 and to the People's Law Office for $504,749. The city's lawyers deny, however, that taxpayers should pay for the misdeeds of policemen when they apply electric shock to suspects. The corporation counsel is appealing that portion of the Gettleman judgment in the U.S. Court of Appeals.

G.(Gimme) Flint Taylor's GOT the Media! He's GOT every murdering thug between the Mississippi and the Atlantic! He's GOT Gettleman - it seems he's had Gettleman.
Gee - its in the news.

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