“THE CITY’S DECISION TO STAND BY THESE FAKE OFFICERS’ BRUTALITY IS CRIMINAL & DEMONSTRATES ITS DEEP SEATED RACISM AGAINST OUR COMMUNITY. DOGS. THEY ARE ALL WORTHY TO BE SHACKLED & IMPRISONED. I ENCOURAGE ALL BROTHERS TO JOIN THE NATIONAL BLACK FOOT SOLDIER NETWORK ‘RESIST WHITE POLICE‘ NATIONAL PROTEST” BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 11TH, 2009. SEE ALL WHITE POLICE AS TERRORISTS WHO SEEK TO VIOLATE YOUR RIGHTS.”
Jefferson County District Attorney Tom Maness has launched an inquiry into the alleged beating by Beaumont police officers of a Beaumont man who had been awarded a default judgment against the officers involved.
“The Beaumont Police Officers Association proudly stands behind Officers Guedry and Burke and will support them throughout this stressful time. We feel certain when all the evidence is brought into the light of day and is properly presented in the judicial system, Officers Guedry and Burke will be fully vindicated,”Beaumont Police Officers Association (BPOA) president Mike Mills (Link)
“Mills is a terrorists whose lending of support to these officer despite their criminal acts proves his sinister agenda. If he is willing to proudly stand by these animals despite their obvious guilt, there is not act against our citizens he won’t stand by.”
Assistant City Attorney Joseph Sanders said a decision never had been made as to whether the city would represent the officers, and the city was not named in the original lawsuit. Still, the city tried to resolve the matter by offering the 37-year-old Newman a $10,000 settlement, which he refused, attorney Langston Adams said.
“There’s stuff on the tape that sparked our curiosity,” Maness said. “We need to dig into this a little bit.”