Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Intended Victim Shoots Apparent Mugger


Doug Stewart FOX CT

4:20 p.m. EDT, April 26, 2010

A would-be mugger was shot after an argument with his intended victim Monday afternoon, witnesses said.

New Haven police said the attempted robbery took place near St. Michael's Church, at 29 Wooster Place, shortly after 1 p.m. The person who was shot was taken to Yale-New Haven Hospital and has non life threatening injuries.

Officer Joe Avery, New Haven Police spokesperson, said a man with a knife tried to mug a second man sitting on a park bench eating his lunch on Wooster Place. According to police, the attempted mugger said to the man, "Give me all your money or I'll stab you."

Police said the would be mugger backed his victim up to the fence and was then shot twice in the chest by the intended victim.

Alexander Bragg, a neighborhood watch captain, said people in the area heard an argument and several shots. Avery said the intended victim shot the other man, who was attempting to rob him with a knife.

Police are interviewing the intended victim and said the gun was registered and he was properly licensed to carry it.

Check back for more information.

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This blogger resisted being mugged on his own Stafford Springs, Connecticut, rental properties, and was arrested by police for "overreacting" to being mugged for having used pepper spray. I had a permit to carry a pistol at the time. I had my life threatened, and was being stalked by a druggie felon for weeks before I was attacked. Connecticut State Police Officers committed perjury at my rigged trial saying I never asked to make a complaint against my attacker and about their refusal to interview witnesses to my being attacked. Connecticut law enforcement and courts are crap.


If Rockville Court, prosecutors, or the Connecticut Judicial Branch is being investigated, shouldn't Judge Jonathan J. Kaplan be investigated for this, and perjury to be reconfirmed?:

Should the State of Connecticut be shut down for this public corruption?:

Whoever was on the Connecticut Judiciary Committee in Dec. 1996, and every day since, is aware of the public corruption, police misconduct and brutality, and court case rigging that is common practice in the State of Connecticut. Whistle blowers face retaliation. "Big Mouths" face cops paying informants to kill in murder-for-hire plots and to beat up complainers, illegally paying out tax dollars to thugs. State Police put in for overtime not worked, committing fraud and theft, and aren't prosecuted and don't have to pay back the money when caught. Even more major defrauding of taxpayers is occurring in the Judicial Branch. Ritt Goldstein fled to Sweden seeking political asylum shortly after appearing in front of the Connecticut Judiciary Committee legislators, Dec. 1996, producing this video:


A US Marine coming home is stabbed 13 times and faced 6 months in prison for the offense of causing a disturbance. The felon on probation encouraged to murder the marine wasn't even violated on probation for attempted murder of three people!:


Are Connecticut State Senator John A. Kissel, Rep. Michael Lawlor, and Senator McDonald, complicit in rigging the system, enriching themselves in the practice of law within the realm of the judicial branch while pretending to be legislators in the Legislative Branch?



Has the Connecticut Mafia, State Police, Intelligence/Investigations, and courts been exposed for drug dealing, murder-for-hire, and investigation and court case rigging here?:

This blogger's email: stevengerickson@yahoo.com


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