ALBUQUERQUE COPS WHO SHOT MENTALLY ILL HOMELESS MAN NOW FACE LESS SEVERE CHARGES | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

ALBUQUERQUE COPS WHO SHOT MENTALLY ILL HOMELESS MAN NOW FACE LESS SEVERE CHARGES

Prosecutors initially sought to charge two Albuquerque cops who shot and killed a homeless man camping in the New Mexico wilderness in March 2014 with first-degree murder, but the officers are now expected to face lesser charges.

The killing of James Boyd, a schizophrenic 38-year-old, by police officers Keith Sandy and Dominique Perez after an hours-long standoff was captured in a graphic video recorded by a camera on one of the officers’ helmets. The footage went viral, prompting outrage and turmoil across New Mexico that culminated with clashes between protesters and riot police with tear gas.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Please, do not visit New Mexico, or pass through it by car, any time soon; this could be very hazardous to your health, even if you have done absolutely nothing wrong.

People of that state, I would suggest that you move out of that state, and soon.

The formerly characterized "Land of Enchantment" has become the "Land of Entrapment"; particularly if you are homeless and mentally ill, and committed the "crime" of camping illegally in the wilderness, where you are working very hard not to bother anyone.

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