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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Kentucky Shooter, Sep 22, 2020.
Why not attempted murder?
They are not heading home you say? Maybe they did not get the alert.....
yeah thats it.
Not really any such charge in KY. There is a box to check off an enhancement for ASCF (Attempt, Solicitation, Complicity, Facilitation) on the citation, but Assault 1st meets the elements of the offense. O don't think I've ever seen an "attempted murder" citation on my career.
Dude. Chill out. I bet she is taken...
No need to drive 8 hours to meet up with her...
I packed extra heat and filled up before getting in the city.
I would swipe right.
I'm a member of law enforcement in that area:
Wprebeck is correct, under state law, Assault 1st is essentially just attempted murder under Kentucky law. No difference.
I have been ordered to work mandatory 84 hours per week until such a time as the city returns to normal. (12 hours per day times 7 days equals 84).
I'm starting to regret my choice of careers...
How about augmenting charges with a conspiracy charge?
He shot a black man (police officer). How about a hate crime?
I'm going to take a wild guess you're getting into Federal charges possibly. Both myself and Wprebeck are more of the local LEO variety. In short, I have no idea.
Hell, he shot a black IMMIGRATE police officer. That's like a double hate crime against immigrants.
(yes, we vete the hell out of our applicants six ways from Sunday, in case you object to immigrant police officers)
This is what Americans need to see. These are Biden's people in action.
I am so pleased to see LMPD taking care of business on the live feeds. Finally finally finally a city with the will to enforce the law and lock these feral mutts down. Turtle suits and riot batons...AMEN. Praying for you all! And your local prosecutor better have your backs on these arrests. No catch and release bs.
Hardly a federal charge. So no conspiracy laws on the books in Kentucky? In NC it triples the penalties.
I had a CJ professor, a former DA, claim he could make a conspiracy charge float for a groups of speeders. I thought he was crazy.
I saw a live feed from a “Kati.katie.live”
she was claiming to be “press” because press is exempt from the “riot laws”. She was explains how she gave her level 3 vest to someone. But forgot her level 3 helmet that stops 50 caliber. She then was telling people “in Portland we are told to shine the lights in their eyes”
it seems to me coming from Portland to tell people how to assault police could be a federal crime?
It could be a hate crime. KY has a "Blue Lives Matter" enhancement. I think we were the second state to do it after Louisiana.
It wouldn't be that heavy of a lift, IMO, given the totality of the circumstances surrounding the ongoing riot, to articulate that the suspect only fired on the officers because they were cops. The immediate problem is that this is all happening in Louisville and their Commonwealth's attorney is a liberal.
Because 1st-degree assault and attempted murder have the same penalty, but for attempted murder you have to prove the intent to kill and for first-degree assault you only have to prove he shot them. A prosecutor would only use attempted murder if the shot had missed.
So maybe someone can explain something to me that I saw on one of the live streams.
Police were arresting people that refused to leave. What I saw is they had a “rhyme and reason” behind who was getting grabbed and who wasn’t. They were arresting a lot of them but left many alone.
I saw a black woman cussing out a white cop calling him all sorts of names but many “I will kill your white a**”. She kept referring to his race. Then she shoved/hit (hard to tell in the split second) the officer. That got her arrested but took 4 cops. It took 4 not to hurt her. Really the initial cop took her down fine. But the entire time was kicking and trying to assault officers. But this entire time was yelling racial comments at them.
So how is it black person can be in Video and audio attacking white people for the color of their skin (and verbalizing it) and not be charged with hate crimes?
Good question. Someone should ask the AG.