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[–] 404_SLEEP_NOT_FOUND 5 points 20 points (+25|-5) ago 

That's not the issue. The issue is that the police put him in jail with the intent to execute him. And they did it, and got away with it. This is not the first time at all, this is a growing trend:

They follow the victim that they want to execute for political reasons, as this person is having some kind of negative impact on their (corrupt) career. They arrest them over the smallest and even made up infraction. Then they murder them in the jail the next night.

The police need to be prosecuted and brought to justice. Not doing so is causing the police to execute people like some kind of fucked up North Korean secret police execution squad.


[–] crysys 1 points 18 points (+19|-1) ago 

You example is poor. Prison video was released showing Hewett instigated a fight with guards that led to his tasing and restraint. He was then locked in his cell and found to be in cardiac arrest during the second welfare check. Basically, fat guy goes nuts, gets in a tussle, has a heart attack. That is not exactly a very achievable MO for an execution.


[–] Bainshie 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

So you're saying heart attacks aren't normal murder weapons. Light says otherwise. Checkmate Atheists.


[–] 404_SLEEP_NOT_FOUND 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago  (edited ago)

They intentionally tased him on purpose, long enough to kill him. He was, was, the youngest person in North Carolina to be elected Sheriff. He wasn't part of the corrupt old FoP, he was a good cop, and he was executed as a result.

Sorry, you were trying to write him off as "just a fat guy" ? Pathetic. You sound just like the police who go onto the local news story and leave comments about how he supposively does drugs and beats his wife.