Does Ervin just look like a real jerk or what?
Anywhoozer, just as I told you so about Gregory W. Floyd being a dangerous instrumentality whom I believe murdered my brother Liko Kenney, I also told you so back in December about Sgt. Ervin in this post and I quote:
11 December 2007
KingCast Revere Mass interlude from Franconia: What was Sergeant Ervin Franklin doing at the scene when Daniel Talbot was shot and killed?
Now look at him, about to be fired as my buddy Columbian CoKane reports in the comments section that Erivn's actions are pretty sketchy that night, running off the scene and ALL OF THAT. From Cokane:
When the shots rang out that killed Talbot, he ran from the scene, flagged an on-duty Revere cop to drive him home and never reported the incident. When asked about his presence at the scene and what went down by State Police investigators, he lied. Makes one think, What does Sergeant Franklin have to hide?
But that's not all, let's go for the bonus round:
Franklin and a friend (Todd Randall) were involved in a two-car accident on Route 1 in August of 1995 and fled the scene on foot. Read the last paragraph. The two men were soon to graduate from the police academy, but resigned from the force following the incident. Franklin was re-hired after going through the police academy again in May 1997. Unbelievable.
Note, Don't get it twisted: I've not had one bad word to say about Officer Talbot or Manchester, NH's Michael Briggs. I just want to know what happened. Is that too much to ask as an American? And in Revere, where are the toxicology reports on ALL OFFICERS INVOLVED?
The lawyer for Franklin publicly stated that the officers were all drunk. But anything else going on? A lil' wacky-tobbacky? Bolivian marching powder? Give up the tests, guys.
BTW Northeast Shooters Forum kicked me off of their board for talking about this and Bruce McKay. They can kiss my ass, too ha-ha-ha to you tools, looks like I was right. Again.
KingCast musical interlude that has nothing to do with this post but it's cool as hell:
The Spinners, "It's a shame." This was middle/late Motown at its best, produced by Stevie Wonder. This is what I grew up on putting vinyl on the table. What a song, them negroes was sangin' and sangin' and sangin' and the orchestration was hootlarious so over the top oh yah =^.)