Sunday, June 29, 2008

Repost of Drug Dealer Shoots Pig in Head

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Click photos for larger view. Stephen Weatherwax shoots a pig in the head with his 25 caliber pistol in busy downtown Stafford Springs, Connecticut. He would have his two sons out selling marijuana, crack cocaine, prescription drugs, and items they stole breaking into houses and businesses.

Tipping off the Connecticut State Police meant police targeting the individual that tipped police off for false arrest and even imprisonment for reporting crimes.

Connecticut State Police, Troop C, would even threaten rape victims with false arrest for allegedly making a false statement as most officers are too lazy or arrogant to do their jobs in downtown Connecticut. Suburbanites have a different impression of police.

The links in [this re-post] no longer go to posts intended.

I, Steven G. Erickson, was threatened with arrest for turning in rapists, drug dealers, vandals, prostitutes, and common criminal parasites. Troop C State Police then enlisted the criminals that I had turned into them to terrorize me, assault me, help them set me up for false arrests and prison, and to scare me into fleeing Connecticut.

My posts were suddenly pulled after I went out live on CT-N television with this: [video]

Ritt Goldstein also advocating of Civilian Oversight of Police in Connecticut. He was so terrorized by Connecticut Police that he fled Connecticut to seek political asylum in Sweden. Ritt hasn't been seen since as far as I know. The hearing Ritt held in Hartford for Connecticut Judiciary Committee Legislators at an official hearing at the Capitol:

Donald Christmas of Enfield, CT, also got mouthy to reporters about police misconduct, and judicial abuse of landlords and small business owners, and also advocated Civilian Oversight of Police in Connecticut. Don also got arrested on his property after a police informant attacked him on his property. Like me, Steven G. Erickson, Don's attacker faced no rigged trial or punishment, just Donny faced a year and a half in prison, no deals. Retaliation of police against citizens that want quality in law enforcement and in courts, face arrests, loss of property, family unity, their income, and all they ever worked for to be railroaded to prison. Don Christmas speaks:

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The Connecticut Judicial Branch brass and employees are involved in bid rigging and in defrauding taxpayers of millions of dollars. [more]

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The Double Standard

[click here] for Bad Cop News, Connecticut. Police Misconduct at its finest.

Former Danbury mayor receives warning after crash
Eriquez hit utility pole

By Eugene Driscoll | Staff Writer
Article Last Updated: 06/28/2008 08:18:05 AM EDT

DANBURY, Connecticut -- Police issued a verbal warning to Gene Eriquez Monday after the former mayor crashed into a utility pole, leaving 530 nearby customers without power for two hours.

Was he drunk?


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