Sunday, June 25, 2017

The Chickens Have Come Home to Roost; Another Rochester, NY Cop Shot

 


By Davy V.

Another Rochester, NY cop was shot last night.

The 6th Rochester, NY Police officer to be shot in the line of duty since 2009.

Saturday night around 10:40 pm, Rochester, NY Police  Officer Jeremy Nash was responding to a call near North Street and St. Jacob Strret, on Rochester's east side, when a gunnan shot him several times in the face.

Officer Nash was rushed to Rochester General Hospital where he underwent surgery and is listed in stable condition.

The shooting took place just a few blocks away from where Rochester, NY Police Officer Daryl Pierson was shot in September of 2014.

Officer Pierson died shortly afterwards.

He was the first Rochester, NY Police Officer to be killed in the line of duty since 1959.

And just as they did when Rochester, NY Police Officer Daryl Pierson was killed, Rochester, NY's mainstream news media is milking, sensationalizing, and outright exploiting the fuck out another cop shot.

All in the name of television news ratings.

After all, more viewers, more advertising.

And MO' MONEY.

But why is it that whenever a cop is shot, all of a sudden they're hailed ad a hero?

COPS ARE NOT HEROS.

They willingly sign on to do a job which taxpayers pay them very well to do.

That's right.

Although cops forget, taxpayers pay their salaries.

And yes, it's a job that can be dangerous, but nevertheless, again, THEY WILLINGLY sign up for that job.

And I'm sorry, but getting shot doesn't make you a hero.

Being a regular citizen and going about your daily life, and running into a burning home to save young children from an inferno, THAT'S A HERO.

Standing in line at a bank and getting shot by armed robbers while protecting an innocent elderly woman, THAT'S A HERO.

Jumping in front of a train to save a despondent suicidal person, THAT'S A HERO.

Not some cop getting shot in the line of duty in a profession that he or she willingly signed up for and is very well compensated for.

THAT'S NOT A HERO.

But, since Rochester, NY's  mainstream news media wants to do desparately make Rochester, NY Police Officer Jetemy Nash into a hero, and completely forget the fact that Officer Nash is part of Rochester's biggest gang, known for terrorizing and in some cases even executing unarmed innocent citizens, then lets go there.

Let's pretend.

Let's pretend that the Rochester, NY Police Department is not one of the dirtiest, most corrupt police agencies in the country.

Let's pretend that the Rochester, NY Police Department doesn't have a long history of misconduct and corruption.

Let's pretend that the Rochester, NY Police Department doesn't have a very long and disturbing history when it comes to race relations, specifically how they treat blacks and Latinos.

In fact. that same very long and disturbing history can be traced back to the July 1964 riots in Rochester which began after a white Rochester, NY cops beat a black youth.

And let's pretend that trigger-happy white Rochester, NY cops haven't executed UNARMED innocent black mentally ill citizens like Calvin Greene, who was hiding in a crawl space, UNARMED, when Rochester, NY Police Officer Gary E. Smith shot him several times, executing the young father.

Let's pretend that Rochester, NY Police Officers Serge Savitcheff and Hector Padgham, both white, didn't execute 14-year old Craig Heard, a young black honor roll student whose only crime was not choosing the best friends.

Young Craig was joy riding a stolen car that his friend's stole, when Rochester Police Officers Serge Savitcheff and Hector Padgham each shot him once in her head, killing him instantly.

And what about Denise Hawkins, a beautiful young black woman who was shot and killed by Rochester, NY Police Officer Michael Leach, another trigger-happy white Rochester, NY cop.

Years later, Michael Leach was convicted of shooting his own son in the back and killing him.

I guess once a trigger-happy, always a trigger-happy cop.

Let's also pretend that Rochester, NY Police Officer Thomas L. Whitmore, a white cop, didn't execute Alicia McCuller, yet another beautiful young black woman, and then let's pretend that as she lay on the ground dying, gasping for air and choking on her own blood, Rochester Police Officer Thomas Whitmore didn't shoot McCuller again, for good measure.

And while we're at it, let's also pretend that Rochester, NY Police Officer Jeremy Nash isn't part of the same gang, in which 7 of its members executed Izzy Andino, a mentally-ill young man on his 20th birthday.

The 7 Rochester, NY Police Officers shot and executed Andino in what witnesses described as "a modern day firing squad."

They were all cleared of any wrongdoing of course.

And let's pretend that Officer Nash doesn't belong to the same gang whose member (Officer Lucas Krull)
was captured on video beating a pregnant black woman, punching her in the head and ramming her, stomach first into a wooden post.

Then let's pretend that after Rochester's black community denounced the pregnant woman's beating by a white cop, let's pretend that several members of the same gang that Rochester, NY Police Officer Jeremy Nash belongs to, didn't mock Rochester's black community by hanging a monkey racist effigy from the mirror of an RPD cruiser and rode around Rochester's west side laughing.

And speaking of Rochester's west side, let's pretend that several white Rochester, NY Police gang members didn't attack a black one-legged amputee black man who was waiting for the bus, and knocked him off his motorized wheelchair, where they proceeded to beat and pepper spray him.

Oh and let's also pretend that a veteran Rochester, NY Police Officer, from yep, you guessed it, the same gang that Rochester Police Officer Jeremy Nash belongs to, isn't under investigation by the FBI after he was caught on video, attempting to strangle a black man with his hands, an an illegal chokehold, banned by departmental policy.

And since I'm on the subject of illegal chokeholds, let's pretend that I didn't just recently expose a wack job Rochester, NY cop named Chris Renz, (SEE LINK BELOW) who in addition to posting a comment on his Facebook page saying he'd love to take a military assault rifle to the top of an inner city low income apartment building, and kill blacks and Latinos, also posted several links on illegal "Street Chokeholds" to his Facebook page.

By the way, I personally met with Rochester, NY City Council Presidebnt Loretta Scott, about Officer Renz's disturbing posts.

Rochester City Council President Loretta Scott along with Rochester, NY Mayor Lovely Warren, completely ignored the disgusting and disturbing actions and behavior of Rochester Police Officer Chris Renz.

And so, as Rochester, NY's mainstream news media hails yet another cop who got shot as a hero, let's pretend that the Rochester, NY Police Department and each and everyone of its gang members, I mean cops, isn't earning every little bit of the hate.

Let's pretend the Rochester, NY Police Department and each one of their cops don't have blood on their hands.

And let's pretend that the chickens haven't come home to roost.


 

Rochester, NY Mayor Lovely Warren Dressed Like a Bum at Press Conference for Rochester, NY Police Officer Jeremy Nash 


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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

As Rochester, NY City Court Judge Leticia Astacio Gets Paid to Sit in Jail, What about All The Cases She Presided Over and All The Defendants She Sentenced?

 

RED IS THE NEW BLACK

Rochester, NY City Court Judge Leticia Astacio appears st a bail hearing Wednesday morning. 
Her request for bail was denied.


 

Rochester, NY City Court Judge Leticia Astacio appears at a bail hearing Wednesday morning with her attorney Ed Fiandach.


By Davy V.


As Rochester, NY City Court Judge Leticia Astacio sits in the Monroe County, NY Jail in downtown Rochester, still collecting her $174,000 salary, there's one question none of Rochester's news media outlets have asked.


What about all the defendants who Judge Astacio sentenced?


For those not familiar with Judge Astacio, let me break it down for you.


Judge Astacio was arrested and charged with DWI after New York State Troopers found her crashed car facing the wrong way on Interstate 490 in Rochester, with an incoherent Astacio behind the wheel, and no fucking clue where she was.


Ironically, Judge Astacio was actually heading to work, to preside over Saturday morning arraignments.


I know.


Pretty hypocritical for Judge Astacio to arraign defendants accused of DWI, when Astacio herself was shitfaced.


But that's the type of shit that happens in my hometown of Rochester, NY.


The corruption runs deep.


From cops, to politicians, to Judges.


Judge Astacio was later convicted of DWI, and as part of her sentencing, which included probation as well as

being prohibited from hearing cases, while the New York State Judicial Commission "investigates" and "decides" whether or not to remove Judge Astacio from the bench, an ignition interlock device, or IID, was also installed in her vehicle.


For those not familiar with an IID, it's basically a device which will not allow a vehicle to start if the person who blows into the IID, in this case, Judge Astacio, is drunk.


The ignition interlock device snaps a photo of whoever  is in the driver's seat, blowing into the device.


But Judge Astacio, knowing every little trick and loophole in the book, circumvented the whole ignition interlock device thing by having other people blow into it, so that it wouldn't detect her having drank alcohol.


Yep.


That's Judge Astacio's own daughter in the photo below, blowing into the device.


 

Rochester, NY City Court Judge Leticia Astacio's Daughter Blows into Ignition Interlock Device



But the Judge Astacio circus didn't stop with her being found guilty of DWI.


Shortly after her conviction, photos of Judge Astacio posted on Facebook showed her at a drinking party next to bottles of liquor and holding a red solo cup.


Of course. Judge Astacio later said it was water.




PHOTOS OF JUDGE LETICIA ASTACIO AT DRINKING PARTY


 


 


 


 



Then came the incident at a bar and restaurant in Henrietta, NY, a suburb of Rochester.


That's where a security guard encountered a drunk Leticia Astacio inside an employee bathroom with several other women, refusing to leave.


Judge Astacio was belligerent and at one point the security guard threatened to use pepper spray, to which Judge Astacio told the guard: "You can't pepper spray me, I'm a judge."


Hmm...


Above the law much?


Despite a lengthy court hearing to decide if Rochester City Judge Leticia Astacio violated the terms of her probation, Judge Stephen Aronson gave her a break.


Of course.


But wait.


There's more.


Most recently Rochester, NY City Court Judge Leticia Astacio was at it again.


Showing she is above the law.


On April 29th, Judge Leticia Astacio's IID recorded a reading of .061.


Five minutes later, a relative of Judge Astacio blew into the device in order to start her car.


The .061 BAC reading, is nearly 8 times the legal limit in New York State.


After she failed to show for court, Judge Aronson issued an arrest warrant for Rochester City Court Judge Leticia Astacio.


But it can be hard to arrest someone when they're halfway around the world.


That's right.


Judge Astacio bought a plane ticket to Thailand.


Well, technically, Rochester, NY taxpayers bought the ticket.


She then sent her attorney Ed Fiandach a text message which read: "I'm living in the mountains with Monks."


Which is interesting cause Judge Astacio's Instagram account didn't show any photos of mountains, or monks.


But it did show several photos of Judge Astacio hitting up Bangkok bars, and even eating frogs on a stick.


Again, all taxpayer's dime.


That's right.


Throughout her above the law mentality, defiance for the criminal justice system she's a part of, and total lack of respect for voters who elected her, Rochester, NY City Court Judge Leticia Astacio is still collecting her more than $170,000 yearly salary.


That's roughly $465.00 a day.


In fact, Judge Leticia Astacio is even getting paid to sit in jail.


That's where Judge Aronson sent her Monday after Judge Astacio's supervisor, Judge Craig Doran ordered her to put the frogs on a stick down, and get her ass on the next flight back to Rochester.


Judge Aronson chastised Judge Astacio, and offered her 45 days in jail.


Judge Astacio declined the offer.


She sits in the Monroe County Jail in downtown Rochester, getting paid.


That's right, $465 per day.


Disgusting.


Rochester, NY mainstream news media including the shrinking and washed up Democrat and Chronicle newspaper has had a field day with the Judge Astacio circus.


But there's one question no television or print reporter has asked.


What about the hundreds, if not thousands of defendants who had their criminal cases heard and/or decided by Judge Astacio?


Did Judge Leticia Astacio violate their rights?


Did she follow the law?


Did she follow sentencing guidelines?


What about their cases?


What about their sentences? 


What about the ones who are still incarcerated?


Or perhaps did Rochester, NY City Court Judge Leticia Astacio accept bribes?


Did she violate her oath of office?


Hey, here's a good question!


WAS SHE UNDER THE INFLUENCE WHEN SHE WAS ON THE BENCH?


I wonder how many flasks she kept locked in her chambers.


I mean, clearly Rochester, NY City Court Judge Leticia Astacio is unstable and unfit to serve as a judge.


One need not look any further than her criminal behavior, and complete above the law mentality,  defiance and disregard for the law, to see that she is unfit to serve as a judge.


Perhaps she's even mentally-ill, as was evidenced by her weird and disturbing laughing during her handcuffed perp walk as she was led out of court Monday.


So what happens to all those cases Judge Leticia Astacio presided over?  


Can they be appealed?


What if Judge Leticia Astacio convicted innocent people during bench trials?


What about if she sentenced innocent people to prison?


What happens to those people?


After Judge Astacio's DWI arrest and conviction, an attorney shared an interesting and quite disturbing incident involving Judge Astacio during a court proceeding with a defendant.


The attorney says that as he approached the bench, he saw that the whole time he had been addressing the court, Judge Leticia Astacio had been on her computer.


Judge Leticia Astacio was shopping.


For shoes.



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ROCHESTER, NY CITY COURT JUDGE LETICIA ASTACIO SMILING IN BANGKOK


 


 


 




ROCHESTER, NY CITY COURT JUDGE LETICIA ASTACIO PERP WALK


 


 


 


ALL SMILES.

ROCHESTER, NY CITY COURT JUDGE LETICIA ATACIO SMILES FOR HER MUGSHOT.


 



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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Lock Rochester, NY City Court Judge Leticia Astacio Up, and if Her Attorney Ed Fiandach is Aiding and Abetting a Fugitive, Lock his Ass Up Too

 

Rochester, NY City Court Judge Leticia Astacio's DWI Mugshot


By Davy V.

I swear my hometown of Rochester, NY has got to be one of the most corrupt cities in America.

From the Rochester, NY Police Department and its long history of abusing and violating innocent citizens' civil rights, in some cases even executing mentally-ill people, and innocent family pets, to corrupt officials and politicians, including former Rochester, NY Police Chief and Monroe County, NY Legislator James Sheppard, a wife beater who is running for Rochester Mayor.

Yep, Rochester has had some pieces of work, that's for sure.

Which is why I wasn't the least bit surprised to hear that an arrest warrant has been issued for Rochester, NY City Court Judge Leticia Astacio.

For those of you not familiar with Astacio, I'll break it down real quick.

She's the judge who was arrested and charged with DWI after New York State Troopers found her smashed up car facing the wrong way on Interstate 490 with an incoherent Judge Astacio behind the wheel, and absolutely no fucking clue where she was.

Or what happened.

Believe it or not, Rochester City Court Judge Astacio was actually heading to work.

That's right.

Drunk out of her mind, and completely shitfaced, Judge Astacio was driving to court to preside over Saturday morning arraignments.

Yep.

That's the hypocrisy and corruption in my hometown of the ROC.

A drunk judge earning more than $170,000 a year in taxpayer money, driving to court to arraign people accused of DWI themselves.

Judge Astacio's story gets a little confusing, so try to keep up.

She was convicted of DWI, and as part of her sentencing, which included probation as well as
being prohibited from hearing cases, while the New York State Judicial Commission "investigates" and "decides" whether or not to remove Judge Astacio from the bench, an ignition interlock device was placed on her vehicle.

There have been several incidents in which someone other than Judge Astacio has blown into the interlock ignition device in order to start her car.

In other words, Judge Astacio was drunk and needed someone else to blow into the device in order to start her car so she could drive.

Judge Astacio's own daughter was one of those people who was photographed blowing into the device.

 

Rochester, NY City Court Judge Leticia Astacio's Daughter Blows into Ignition Interlock Device


Then came the photos.

Just a few weeks after her DWI conviction, photos of Judge Astacio posted on Facebook showed her at a drinking party next to bottles of liquor and holding a red solo cup.

Judge Astacio later said it was water.

Of course.


 

 

 

 

Then came the incident at Papaya restaurant in Marketplace Mall in Henrietta, NY, where a security guard encountered a drunk Leticia Astacio inside an employee bathroom, refusing to leave.

Despite a lengthy hearing to decide if Rochester City Judge Leticia Astacio violated the terms of her probation, Judge Stephen Aronson gave her a break.

Of course.

And now, Rochester City Court Judge Leticia Astacio is at it again.

On April 29th, Judge Leticia Astacio's IID recorded a reading of .061.

Five minutes later, a relative of Judge Astacio blew into the device in order to start her car.

The .061 BAC reading, which is nearly 8 times the legal limit in New York State, prompted Judge Aronson to issue an arrest warrant for Rochester City Court Judge Leticia Astacio.

But there's  one small problem.

According to Judge Astacio's hired gun, attorney Ed Fiandach claims that Judge Astacio sent him a text telling him that she is in Thailand "In the mountains with monks."

 

Rochester, NY City Court Judge Leticia Astacio's Attorney Ed Fiandach


By the way, did I mention that Rochester City Court Judge Leticia Astacio is still receiving her more than $170,000 a year salary paid by taxpayers?

Disgusting, I know.

I just have one question.

What cell phone carrier does Rochester City Court Judge Leticia Astacio use?

Cause that's one hell of a strong signal if she can text her lawyer while she's up in the mountains on a retreat with monks.

I call bullshit.

Enough with the games and the special treatment just because she's a judge.

Anyone else would have already been in jail.

Lock her fucking ass up.

And if her attorney Ed Fiandach is found to be aiding and abetting a fugitive, lock his fucking ass up too.


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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Rochester, NY Mayoral Candidate James Sheppard's Wife's Coworkers Say Former Police Chief Beat Wife, Broke Her Jaw

 

Former Rochester, NY Police Chief and Rochester Mayoral Candidate James Sheppard



By Davy V.

According to former coworkers of Monroe County, NY Legislator and Rochester, NY Mayoral Candidate James Sheppard's wife, the former Rochester, NY Police Chief once beat his wife, punching her so hard in her face, that he broke her jaw.

The incident occurred in the late 90's, after James Sheppard's wife returned home from having gone to a happy hour with her coworkers.

That's when an irate James Sheppard, who was waiting inside the family home, attacked his wife, punching her in the face.

While one former coworker who still works for the bank where Sheppard's wife used to work, didn't want to talk about the incident, another coworker did, on the condition that I keep their identity anonymous.

"She would tell me that he was very abusive," the coworker told The Davy V. Blog.

"She would also tell me there wasn't much she could do. While I don't remember all the details, I can tell you that he (Sheppard) did hit her," the coworker said.

"We had all gone out to a happy hour, just a few coworkers, and he didn't like it, he was very controlling."

"When she came home, I mean immediately as she walked in the house, he punched her, and he broke her jaw," the coworker said.

"She told me he was furious that she had gone out with her coworkers, and he told her that he didn't want her with city women because she was from the country and he didn't want her associating with what he called city women."

Not only is it disturbing that James Sheppard beat his wife, but according to the coworker, what happened next is disgusting, as it shows the power of the thin blue line.

"So what happened is that she did call the police, and a white shirt, that's what she called the Rochester Police Lieutenant who responded, convinced her not to press charges."

"The Lieutenant basically told her that her husband would lose his job if convicted and he called it a misunderstanding."

Like I always say, cops protect cops.

It's the thin blue line and the code of silence that comes with the brotherhood.

(GANG)

The coworker told The Davy V. Blog that Sheppard's wife never talked about the incident again.

"After that she didn't return to work for a while, and when she did she never talked about it again and she never went out with us."

The coworker also says it explains why James Sheppard never introduced his wife when he announced his mayoral candidacy.

"It didn't surprise me when James Sheppard didn't introduce her, let alone even acknowledge his wife when he announced he was running for Mayor."

"She seems afraid of him", the coworker said, adding, "Look, I could care less who anyone wants to support in politics, but I just feel like he should come clean about this."

"The voters have a right to know."



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Friday, May 5, 2017

Rochester, NY Cop Who Falsely Detained Me, Posts Disturbing Comments on Social Media Glorifying Violence, Killing, and Even Saying He'd Love to Shoot Blacks and Latinos from High-Rise Rooftop

 

Rochester, NY Police Officer Chris Renz



By Davy V.

The Rochester, NY Police Officer who is heard on my video threatening me after I complain to him that the handcuffs felt too tight, after I was falsely arrested while exercising my first amendment right to record, is a loose canon and a liability to the City of Rochester, NY.

Rochester, NY Police Officer Chris Renz, a U.S. Marine sniper who has served tours in Iraq, apparently thinks he is still in Fallujah.

In one of several disturbing Facebook posts, the veteran Rochester, NY cop comments that he'd love to shoot minorities from the top of an inner city high rise.

Responding to a comment praising a photo which he posted on his Facebook page, where he is seen holding a U.S. military assault rifle, in Iraq, Rochester, NY Police Officer Chris Renz writes:

"If I could just take it to the roof of 100 Borinquen Plaza I could take out every drug spot from Fight village to Norton st.!"

 

Rochester, NY Police Officer Chris Renz

 


For my readers not familiar with Rochester, NY, Borinquen Plaza, located on the corner of North Clinton Ave., and Upper Falls Blvd. in Rochester, is a low income housing project which includes a 10-story high-rise called Los Flamboyanes, or "Los Flambos" for short.

North Clinton Avenue or "La Avenida", is a heavily populated Latino section of Rochester.

Fight Village is another low income housing project on North Clinton Ave., where the residents are primarily African-American.

In essence, with his post, Rochester, NY Police Officer Chris Renz is saying he'd love to sniper Blacks and Latinos.

But that's not the only disturbing Facebook post by Officer Renz.

In another Facebook post Rochester Police Officer Chris Renz shares a link for a video about street choke holds, titled "SIX STREET CHOKES EVERYONE SHOULD MASTER"

Specifically "Bamboo Choke, T-Shirt Choke, Hood Choke, Sleeve Choke, Houdini Choke, Baseball Choke."

Officer Renz captions each post: "Sleepy time"

 

 

 


Rochester, NY Police Officer Chris Renz's posts, where he seems to get off on violence, and killing, are especially disturbing given the fact that he's a police officer.

Choke holds are illegal and banned by most police agencies including the Rochester, NY Police Department.

In fact, at a recent news conference, stNdibg next to Rochester, NY Mayor Lovely Warren, Rochester, NY Police Chief Michael Ciminelli denounced the use of choke holds, in light of the recent suspension of a 27-year veteran Rochester, NY Police Officer who was suspended after bodycam video showed him choking a handcuffed man in Rochester's East End nightclub district.

The FBI has launched an investigation into that incident.

But there's more.

In another Facebook post, RPD Officer Chris Renz once again seems obsessed with violence.

And killing.

Referring to a military assault rifle, Officer Renz writes:

"its def not the best in accuracy dept.. but for warfighting...it fucks shit up.... I know one HaDJI canelfucket who will disagree....oh wait he cant cuz I blew him away....god I loved shooting people with that thing."

 

Officer Renz writes: "I feel like slipping a sandbag over someones head.....I miss that."


 

In the post below, Rochester, NY Police Officer
Chris Renz referring to protesters in Rochester, posted a photo of a gun magazine with the caption:

"Celebrating Veterans day!!! But extra prepared for socialist anarchists!"

 

Speaking of body cams, in another Facebook post, Rochester, NY Police Officer Chris Renz writes: 

"Pancoe said I wasn't using my bodycam enuff... When I get warmed up he is gunna regret mentioning it lol"

"Pancoe" is Rochester, NY Police Sgt. Timothy Pancoe, Officer Chris Renz's superior.

 


Throughout his Facebook timeline, Rochester, NY Police Officer Chris Renz continues a disturbing pattern of his obsession with violence and glorifying killing.

In one post  Officer Renz writes:

"People are pissing me off..the old crazy Renz is coming back.. so game on..."

 

A Facebook replies to that comment with: "Not the SAW!!"

"SAW" stands for Squad Automatic Weapon.

It's an M249 military weapon.

Basically, a light machine gun.

Officer Renz replies: 

"And the grenade necklace. Just cause apparently. I don't give a fuck..."

During a March 26th search and rescue for a man wanted by police, who had gone into the  Genesee River, Rochester, NY Police Officer Chris Renz, who responded to the call, was posting comments on social media during the rescue, posting "It's over.....There is no escape..."


 

During the search and rescue, Rochester, NY Police Officer Renz also posted the comments below, on which included a photo he took of an RPD assault rifle, and others referring to the man in the river as an insurgent, and another comment laughing at the fact that the man was in the cold river water, and that he was "frozen" when the Rochester, NY Fire Department rescued him.

 

 

 

In one Facebook post, Rochester, NY Police Officer Chris Renz posts a photo of a dismembered head and spine in Iraq with the caption: "Just like that fatality in MORTAL KOMBAT!!!"

 

I tried reaching out to Rochester, NY Mayor Lovely Warren regarding not only my case where I was falsely arrested by Rochester, NY Police Officer Joel Hasper and Chris Renz, but also to let her know about Rochester, NY Police Officer Chris Renz's disturbing posts and violent behavior.

Rochester, NY Mayor Lovely Warren never returned multiple messages which I left with her secretary.

I did speak with Rochester, NY City Council President Loretta Scott, who took time out to meet with me.

Rochester, NY Mayor Lovely Warren, who is up for reelection, has recently denounced rogue behavior by members of the Rochester, NY Police Department.

Again, Rochester, NY Police Officer Chris Renz is a danger and a liability to the City of Rochester, NY.

I want to clear about something:

I am thankful for our military.

The same men and women who have sacrificed their lives for all of us.

Our soldiers are heroes.

Many of them don't return home.

But Officer Renz's comments as a U.S. Marine are disgusting.

And concerning.

I don't know Officer Renz personally.

Perhaps he is traumatized and suffers from PTSD like many of our veterans do.

I don't know.

But I do know that someone with this mentality, someone who has taken a sworn oath to serve and protect a diverse community, and someone who is obsessed with violence and killing, is unacceptable.

And I know that someone this disturbed SHOULD NOT be a police officer.

Rochester, NY Mayor Lovely Warren, you need to take action.

It is only a matter of time begure Rochester, NY Police Officer Chris Renz kills an innocent person.


I will be updating this piece.


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