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    Jacob Israel
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    Racist roman beast is bound for the lake with the snake…………..Brother Jacob

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    White police officer who shot dead a black teenager files bizarre $10million lawsuit saying the shooting left HIM traumatized
    Chicago officer Robert Rialmo is seeking $10 million in damages for shooting black teen because he said it caused him mental distress and trauma
    The lawsuit gives a different account of that night from the family’s version
    Rialmo also killed 55-year-old neighbor Bettie Jones with a stray bullet
    A lawyer not connected to the case said he thinks the lawsuit might be intended to intimidate the teen’s family, who filed a wrongful death lawsuit
    Rialmo’s lawyer said officer-involved deaths are ‘lottery tickets’ to families
    Cook County prosecutors have asked the FBI to investigate the shooting
    By ASSOCIATED PRESS and KALHAN ROSENBLATT FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
    PUBLISHED: 19:51 EST, 6 February 2016 | UPDATED: 18:22 EST, 7 February 2016

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    A white Chicago police officer who fatally shot a black 19-year-old college student and accidentally killed a neighbor has filed a lawsuit against the teenager’s estate, arguing the shooting left him traumatized.
    Chicago officer Robert Rialmo is seeking $10 million in damages because he says the shooting of honor engineering student Quintonio LeGrier left him distressed.
    LeGrier’s family attorney, Basileios Foutris had some harsh words for the officer after learning of the lawsuit.
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    Chicago officer Robert Rialmo (pictured) is suing seeking $10 million in damages after her shot and killed Quintonio LeGrier because he said the shooting has caused him mental distress and trauma
    Northern Illinois University engineering student Quintonio , 19, was killed by officer Rialmo last month
    Northern Illinois University engineering student Quintonio , 19, was killed by officer Rialmo last month
    ‘After this coward shot a teenager in the back … he has the temerity to sue him?
    ‘That’s a new low for the Chicago Police Department,’ Mr Foutris told the Chicago Tribune.
    Rialmo’s attorney, Joel Brodsky, said it was important in the charged atmosphere to send a message that police are ‘not targets for assaults’ and ‘suffer damage like anybody else.’
    Brodsky said that relatives of those fatally shot by the police, such as the LeGrier family, are looking for ways to get paid after the city settled the Laquan McDonald shooting case last year for $5 million.
    ‘Ever since the McDonald payoff, people are treating officer-involved confrontations like a lottery ticket and they’re waiting to cash it in,’ Brodsky said.
    The lawsuit provides the officer’s first public account of how he says the shooting happened, offering details that differ with the family’s version.
    It says Rialmo, who was responding to a domestic disturbance call with another officer, opened fire after Quintonio swung a bat at the officer’s head at close range.
    Bettie Jones, 55, who lived in the floor below, was also shot and killed that night. Police said her death was an accident.
    LeGrier was carrying a baseball bat shortly before his death according to a 911 call made by his father
    Quintonio (right) was declared dead at Stroger Hospital after Chicago officer Robert Rialmo shot him. Bettie Jones, 55 (left), who lived in the floor below, was also shot and killed by Rialmo
    Bloodstains appear in the apartment where Bettie Jones lived after she and Quintonio were shot by Rialmo
    Bloodstains appear in the apartment where Bettie Jones lived after she and Quintonio were shot by Rialmo
    A downstairs neighbor, 55-year-old Bettie Jones, was standing nearby and was shot and killed by accident.
    She was not part of the domestic dispute.
    ‘The fact that Quintonio’s actions had forced officer Rialmo to end Quintonio’s life and to accidentally take the innocent life of Bettie Jones has caused, and will continue to cause, officer Rialmo to suffer extreme emotional trauma,’ the filing says.
    When arriving at the scene around 4.30am on December 26, 2015, Rialmo rang the doorbell of the two-story apartment building.
    Jones answered and directed them to the upstairs apartment.
    As Rialmo stepped through the doorway, he heard someone ‘charging down the stairway,’ the suit says.
    It describes the teen coming down the stairs with a baseball bat in hand and says LeGrier ‘cocked’ the bat ‘and took a full swing at Officer Rialmo’s head, missing it by inches’ when the two were around 4 feet apart.
    The officer then backed away with his weapon still holstered, according to the suit, while repeatedly shouting at LeGrier to drop the bat.
    But the suit says Quintonio kept advancing and swung the bat again.
    Only when Quintonio cocked the bat again from 3 or 4 feet away, did the officer pull out his 9 mm handgun and open fire, the filing says.
    As he began firing, Rialmo did not see or hear Jones behind Quintonio, the suit says. It says one of the bullets went through Quintonio’s body and struck Jones, killing her.
    LaTarsha Jones, center, daughter of Bettie Jones, is comforted by family during a press conference
    LaTarsha Jones, center, daughter of Bettie Jones, is comforted by family during a press conference
    Janet Cooksey listens to speakers talk about the deaths of her son Quintonio and Bettie Jones
    Janet Cooksey listens to speakers talk about the deaths of her son Quintonio and Bettie Jones
    Janet Cooksey is comforted as she listens to speakers talk about the death of her son Quintonio
    Janet Cooksey is comforted as she listens to speakers talk about the death of her son Quintonio
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    An autopsy determined that Quintoniosuffered six bullet wounds.
    The highly unusual suit was filed Friday as the city tries to grapple with serious questions about the future of its police force.
    Those questions include the adequacy of its system for investigating police shootings and how to win back public trust after several cases of alleged misconduct.
    The U.S. Justice Department is conducting a wide-ranging civil rights investigation, and Mayor Rahm Emanuel has promised a major overhaul of the Police Department and steps to heal its fraught relationship with black residents.
    The timing and unusual nature of the suit by Rialmo complicates the department’s efforts to demonstrate sensitivity toward the community in how police shootings are handled.
    The teen’s father, Antonio LeGrier, filed a wrongful death lawsuit days after the Dec. 26 shooting, saying his son, Quintonio, was not armed with a weapon and was not a threat.
    His attorney, Basileios Foutris, was incredulous at what he called the officer’s ‘temerity’ in suing the grieving family of the person he shot.
    Antonio LeGrier called the police to help him with his mentally ill son before the 19-year-old was shot and killed
    Quintonio’s father Antonio LeGrier became emotional while discussing his son’s death in a CNN interview
    Quintonio’s father Antonio LeGrier became emotional while discussing his son’s death in a CNN interview
    ‘That’s a new low even for the Chicago Police Department,’ he said. ‘First you shoot them, then you sue them.’
    Lawyers for Antonio LeGrier and for Jones have provided accounts that differ from Rialmo’s. They say the evidence indicates the officer was 20 or 30 feet away when he fired, calling into question Rialmo’s contention that he feared for his life.
    Foutris also questions why the teen would attack the officer since he was the one who called 911.
    The father of the Northern Illinois University student also made a 911 call.
    ‘If you’re calling multiple times for help are you going to charge a police officer and try to hit him with a bat? That’s ridiculous,’ Foutris said.
    County prosecutors have asked the FBI to investigate the shooting.
    A Police Department spokesman refused to comment on the officer’s lawsuit.
    Such a lawsuit by an officer is extraordinarily unusual, said Phil Turner, a former federal prosecutor and current defense attorney who is not connected to the case.
    He questioned whether a judge would give it any merit and said it appeared intended to intimidate Quintonio’s family.
    He said he had never heard of an officer blaming his shooting victim for causing trauma.
    ‘That is a known part of the job,’ Turner said of policing’s emotional toll.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3435277/Chicago-officer-sues-estate-teen-shot-claiming-trauma.html#ixzz3zb0Iol7p
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    Jacob Israel
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    Jacob Israel
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    “I WANT A PIECE OF THAT $5 MILLION DOLLAR SETTLEMENT THOSE NIGGERS ARE GONNA GET. FUHGETABOUTIT”……….ROMAN PIG

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    Jacob Israel
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    Bloodstains appear in the apartment where Bettie Jones lived after she and Quintonio were shot by Rialmo

    #22518

    Amariyah
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    Damnable shame!

    #22520

    The Armor Of God
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    This Edomite is a piece of work!

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