In the case of former South Carolina office, Micahel Slgaer who shot and killed Walter Scott in 2015, he will receive 19-24 year in prison.
Slager plead guilty to violating the civil rights of Scott by shooting him in the back as he ran from Slager after a traffic stop. The judge ruled that Slager committed second-degree murder and obstruction of justice.
Slager was charged with muder in 2016, to which he plead not guilty. During the trial, he claims he shot Soctt out of fear for his life. The case ended in a mistrial. Slager was given the option of pleading guilty to the federal crime of violating Scott’s civil rights.
The Scott Family reached a $6.5 million settlement with the City of Charleston.
According to ABC News, the day of the shooting, Slager stopped Scott’s car when he saw a brake light wasn’t working, and during the stop, Scott fled on foot and Slager followed him.
ABC News Reports, “Feiden Santana, the witness who filmed the shooting, told prosecutors in court today that he saw Scott running away, and by the time Santana caught up with Scott in an empty lot, Scott was already on the ground, facing the ground with Slager on top of him.
Santana told the prosecution he saw the officer trying to control Scott and he heard something electric, which was later revealed by police to be Slager deploying his Taser.
Santana said he never saw Scott punch Slager, fight with Slager or charge toward Slager.
After Scott got off the ground and tried to run, Santana said he heard gunshots.”
R. Kelly recently came home to nothing.
Over Thanksgiving weekend, Kelly’s 2 homes in Atlanta were completely wiped out from his furniture to his electronics. Police happened to catch 3 men leaving one of his house and brought them in for questioning. The men told police they were hired by one of Kelly’s employees to sell everything in the house because Kelly would soon be moving to Chicago.
The employee they spoke of was Alfonso Walker, who is a part-time employee. Police did find some of the items in Walkers house, who gave about 3 different stories on how they got there. Walker currently has a warrant out for his arrest.
Clearly the Chicago move was a lie.
Democratic Rep. Al Green introduced the idea of paperwork to impeach Trump in October.
On Wednesday, Green once again brought the idea back to the House of Representatives, who decided to vote immediately to get the matter out of the way. Green introduced 2 articles of impeachment against Trump, which had nothing to do with Trumps obstruction of justice or his current Russian investigation, but he decide to speak on Trump’s association with “White Nationalism, Neo-Nazism and Hate.”
In simple words, his argument just wasn’t directed in the right way. The vote that took place was rejected 364 to 58. The vote, based off paper, was expected to fail due to the republican-controlled house.
The House of Democrats have recently filed their own 5 articles of impeachment towards Trump as well, they did participate in the vote.
Since Meek will not be getting out of jail anytime soon like he hoped, looks like he’s picked up a few jobs on the inside.
TMZ reports that he has been job hopping from different jobs like general labor crew to even cooking the meals of the day. Meek also is getting access to the electoral and carpentry shop. He is also on the waitlist for some therapy courses, so be on the lookout for Dr. Rameek coming soon.