Barbara LaWall was mentioned in this article with no real consideration to the fraud she, Dupnik, Carmona, and the justice system have perpetrated upon this whole county. AS an example of a high profile case involving officials and Pima County SWAT, one Jose Guerenia was let to bleed to death under former Surgeon General, Dr. Richard Carmona's (a man serving two masters) Swat protocols under the 20 month investigation led by Clarence Dupnik that ended in five times the violent emptying of clips on an innocent man compared to Loughner's single clip.
A wife and child were in the home. How could that have been overlooked? Once the 71st round had been discharged, Vanessa Guerena plead with SWAT to save her husband who was still breathing, but had only been predetermined guilty by Dupnik's circles and allowed to perish under the internationally known surgeon, Dr Richard Carmona. Carmona trains paramilitary tactics under a protocol to let non federal officials die when they can be medically saved. If a SWAT member was gunned down, you better bet the EMT would be allowed to save that life on spot. Don't think otherwise.. it is you and I that Barbara LaWall is against and she made that evident by siding with the official "fox guarding the hen house" official report that concluded the SWAT team was justified in their actions.
Like Charlie Manson, Hippocratically sworn medical practitioner, Dr. Richard Carmona who is supposed to save lives not yet proven guilty is just as guilty as Charlie Manson for involvement regarding the training of the slaughter house goons and stipulating the insurance of death to former gulf vet Jose Guerena. Justice served is not adjudicated by a county attorney (LaWall) nor anyone other than a jury who votes for the guilt or innocence of those on trial and a verdict rendered by a judge in a court of law.. only then is justice served. JUSTICE IS SERVED ONLY IN COURT especially when a human life is taken. It is not dolled out by a criminal like LaWall. In this case, it might as well have been the Candy Man exonerating those mercenaries from culpability.
Therefore, Louie Taylor is innocently giving our elected filth the benefit of the doubt and any group of savior legal wannabes, the Arizona Justice Project, are simply running us all around in circles on non critical false imprisonment issues when the real culprits are allowed to operate. Mayor Jonathan Rothschild continues his stealth reign of terror never to be written about or journaled in the Arizona Daily Star, this Tucson Weekly or anything here in Tucson. I recommend Taylor sue until he gets retribution.. or, help Vanessa get those morons indicted for murder. Incidentally, the same are responsible for Isabella Mercedez Celis' abduction and possible slaying as they were with the Giffords shooting and the assassination of 9th circuit Federal Judge JM Roll over a media blacked out case with a potential class action suit worth approximately 150 billion dollars. Betcha didn't know that. The case was a federal case held on the fourth floor of the state courthouse so that the public wouldn't get a dime for toxic waste dumping. Roll was eliminated in a large part for that reason.
The Arizona Justice Project should go after the villains and seek justice for the wife of Jose Guerena and the child who saw his father dead while a robot slowly poked it's electronic nose searching for nothing at all. My challenge to them is to knock on her door and have Carmona arrested for killing Guerena under Dupnik who should also be indicted.. Or, they'll simply demonstrate the false illusion this group is special.
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Rick, the prosecution didn't have to "maneuver anything." It was 1970 in Tucson, the defendant is black. That was the "real world issue."
Ok, first of all the Justice Project does good work. It's a passion to volunteer your time for such a cause for folks that most people don't think or care about. Larry Hammond is a very smart and wonderful lawyer and a gentleman who is simply first class. But, did you do any research for this article at all? Taylor had the "best" lawyers but somehow LaWall "fought and maneuvered to prevent " the case from going back to court? Really? Does that even make sense to you? The prosecution was always ready to proceed to a court hearing for the legal issues to be decided by a judge. Unlike your statement in the story, today's science could not say the fire was not arson, but that, after 42 years, the new opinion would be the cause was undetermined. Not surprising given the passage of time. So the decision Mr. Taylor had to make was whether to enter a plea or go to court. He chose the plea. No one forced it on him and he had the benefit of 15 experienced lawyers advising him on what to do. It was his decision, acting on the advice of those lawyers, whether to plead or go to court. No one in the prosecution "maneuvered" anything. While a story stating an innocent man was incarcerated for most of his life is compelling, the real world issues were much different. Mr. Taylor was convicted by a jury who heard 6 weeks of compelling testimony. For you to allege the prosecution had some ill motive is simply lame. A little research would have shown you there were two sides to the argument.
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First good to see main stream . I to stay away from the ADDs website.
@ Thomas who died and made you boss? I know a lot of DDers who have straps and flogers. What works for one don't work for others. Also stores don't sale arnica cream they sale arnica jell which is not the something.
I am always especially impressed when medical professionals like dentists in gilbert az in a community take an interest in more than just their own practice - when they get involved in the community at large with its concerns.
The Microbusiness Advancement Center (www.mac-sa.org) works with a crowd funding site known as Kiva Zip (www.zip.kiva.org). We have helped three start up businesses secure $5,000 no interest loans since beginning this in December. We will have put 25 businesses up for funding by the end of year. While correct the funding requires social media skills, it also allows investors from around the US and the world to put money into a Tucson based business. Please contact us to learn more about us, our role in supporting small businesses and Kiva Zip.
Crowd funding enables mediocre output. "I just want the money to keep doing what I am doing"....Get a job.
Or one could make a sign and camp out on a median at an intersection.
It is interesting that a person who works at the University teaching and happens to be on KUAT Channel 6 on Friday, who writes a story about a person who is also on the same program, featuring pictures of the person in U of A gear at the U of A campus. Another person quoted in the story also appears on the program. Was this about the Koz or an effort to pump up the ratings of Arizona Illustrated on Friday night? Also, when did the Weekly do puff pieces on elected officials running for another term? Never. It is about the U of A and Arizona Illustrated, not about Tucsonl.
What is Koz's position on the expansion of Davis-Monthan missions over his Ward? Here comes the F-35, Steve.
Can it be explained when Kozachik supported gay rights or rights for minority populations, such as Hispanics?
Interesting that the Koz according to the person who owes his career at the U of A to him did the following when he ran.
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2009 Tucson Weekly Endorsements
Because if you can't trust us, who can you trust?
Ward 6: Jasper the Marbled Polecat
Councilwoman Nina Trasoff has disappointed us too often for us to support her. Like Uhlich, Trasoff voted to delay an increase in bus fares and supported an irresponsible decrease in park fees that she now regrets, even though she's not doing anything to increase them—thereby solidifying the city's economic base—until next year. And to say that she mishandled the fiasco with the Rialto Theatre over the summer is a considerable understatement.
Republican Steve Kozachik has done admirable work developing new athletic facilities at the University of Arizona, but like Buehler-Garcia and McClusky, he's supporting the Public Safety First Initiative, which makes him far too irresponsible for us to support. Kozachik tells us he can identify all sorts of waste in the city budget, but he doesn't want to share that info with us. Well, we're not buying that he has a secret plan to balance the budget.
Unable to support either candidate, the Weekly instead endorses Jasper the marbled polecat, who arrived this summer at the Reid Park Zoo. Although a new resident of Ward 6, Jasper seems so adorable that we can't believe he'd make a bad decision at City Hall.
Steve Kozachik is not a dark horse anymore.
I was impressed when I first met him - as a guest of the local chapter of Democracy for America. He likely was the only Republican in the crowd. He had recently been elected to the city council and was participating on a panel to discuss taxation (the room was filled). Despite his lack of experience in politics, after the event it was Kozachik who the attendees wanted to talk to.
When it comes to analyzing a problem and doing the homework, there is no one in city government who does it better, agree with him or not.
I support him and his basic philosophy on governance (which is hardly iconoclastic, Mr. Mayor).
He is destined for higher office - which I cannot help but believe would be a blessing for his constituents.
Nintzel is unbelievable. Kozachik is full of himself and on a power grab. If there's a way to grandstand an issue for personal attention and political showmanship he'll find it. His core values revolve around the limelight, not around principles.
I focused in on the part where Steve seems to have issues with his father and this explains a lot.
Iconoclast? Only in the liberal parallel universe is a wolf-in-sheep's clothing, wasteful, lying, pandering politician is championed as someone who is fightin' the power.
Politicians have to pee, they don't have to preach gunophobia!
Blah blah blah. He was once this now he's that. Make up your mind and move forward.
Let the first among us who hasn't taken a leak outside stand up and relieve...reveal... yourself.
Who cleaned the guy up for the FULL page photo spread? Is the hair and glasses the current contrived look? At first I thought I saw Steve Kerr on the cover.
Ken, I mentioned a few times in the story that Kozachik was elected as a Republican, that he came into conflict with the Republicans, that he switched parties and that the people who once supported him now want him to lose. How is that not clear?
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