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20-Year-Old Shot Down and Paralyzed by Cops For Riding A Bike While Talking On His Cell Phone

Another Case of 'Riding A Bike While Black'

Cop lied and claimed he thought his life was in danger.  Video showed he shot at the non-threatening victim without even issuing a warning.

The victim was riding his bike when he noticed he was being followed by police.  So he got off his bike and  approached the police to see what they wanted - Police opened fire on him without warning and later lied about  what happened. (Screen capture from YouTube video).
The victim was riding his bike when he noticed he was being followed by police.  So he got off his bike and approached
the police to see what they wanted - Police opened fire on him without warning and later lied about what happened. The victim was paralyzed for life. (Screen capture from YouTube video).

By The Free Thought Project
Dontrell Stephens, who was 20 in September 2013, was talking on a cell phone while riding his bike through West Palm Beach, Florida. His actions were captured on the dash-cam of Deputy Adams Lin’s patrol car. Lin is a member of the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office.


Stephens was shot in the left hand, twice in the elbow and once in the chest, according to the lawsuit filed by attorney Jack Scarola. He was in possession of marijuana, but was otherwise unarmed.
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[Stephen's lawyer] told WPTV he discovered issues with the deputy’s statements after requesting and viewing all the video and audio recordings from the incident.

“There are no records of any commands ever made to Dontrell Stephens,” he said. “The deputy’s recorded statements following the shooting were absolutely false. Internal affairs completely ignored that evidence.”

Lin was on patrol as part of a community policing initiative in the area, which is known for drug deals, prostitution and shootings, according to the Palm Beach Post.

Moments after the dash-cam video begins, Stephens realizes he’s being followed. He pulls over, gets off his bike with the cell phone in his right hand and walks toward the deputy. He disappears for four seconds.

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Cop Who Murdered Mentally Ill Man In Front of His Mother for Fiddling With a Screwdriver Won't Even Face a Trial

A grand jury is yet again manipulated by a racist prosecutor and decides that a murderer cop will not even get indicted for murdering a mentally ill man. The mother of the victim called cops for help getting her son to the hospital -- Her son was shot within five seconds of coming to the door while fiddling with a screwdriver

The mother who called cops to help her take her mentally ill son (left) to the hospital appears relieved when the cops  knocked on her door.  Several seconds later her son was dead after getting shot by the cops who were supposed to be  there to help. (Screen capture from video)
The mother who called cops to help her take her mentally ill son (left) to the hospital appears relieved when the cops
knocked on her door.  Several seconds later her son was dead after getting shot by the cops who were supposed to be
there to help. (Screen capture from video)

By Josie Wales
A grand jury has decided not to indict two officers who fatally shot a mentally ill man after his mother called the police for help getting her schizophrenic son, 39-year old Jason Harrison, to the hospital.



Officers John Rogers and Andrew Hutchins responded to the call placed last June, arriving to find the mother calmly greet them at the door. Body cam footage from one of the officers shows her explain to the officers that her son was schizophrenic and rambling, at which point he appears behind her in the doorway, playing with a screwdriver.

Upon seeing the man, one officer yells for him to drop the screwdriver, giving him only 5 seconds to reply before the cops opened fire. Harrison was shot five times, taking two of the bullets in his back as he collapsed into the garage door. He died only a few feet away from his mother as she yelled, “Oh, they killed my son! Oh, they killed my son!”

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