Friday, January 25, 2013

Blount County deputy convicted of murdering wife

Blount deputy and Rockford PD officer Danny Brewer on trial for murder by alcohol-impaired gunshot. His wife was the second woman this piece of shit cop killed, after running over The Other Jennifer at 100 mph as she walked across the road in front of her home. Any relation to alleged alcoholic crackhead Judge Brewer?

"It was an accident. You gotta get me out of here so I can flee the state! Come with me!"
-Danny Brewer to his lover Pamela Gregory on jailhouse audiotape hours after shotgunning his naked wife dead on their bed

"Hmmmmm..... Ok..... I'm gonna say one thing... Just one .... And if I offend anyone then I DON'T GIVE A F**K!! Ok sooo where's the justice for Jennifer Bean? The first JENNIFER this POS killed? Yea it was a traffic accident... Show remorse and ask forgiveness.... I saw or heard NADA.... But I did see and hear a pitiful excuse of a man say "if she had yielded to my blue lights she would still be alive!" ..... Dash cam showed he was traveling so fast and out of her line of sight she never saw it coming. THANK YOU JESUS FOR THAT!! I feel bad for his children... I'm really not a vengeful person... But I'm on my knees praying that every inmate he meets finds out he's a former police officer.... I hope he sees my sisters face every night in his dreams... I hope he lives a longtime and suffers knowing he took a amazing ladies life... OOOO wait TWO ladies lives..... I would gladly end that suffering for him but he doesn't even deserve that bit of mercy in my book. Did I offend?? Tooo harsh you say... Well in that one single act of neglect he killed my whole family!!! He exploded my world. He crushed two good men. My dad & Bobby Bean both never recovered from that blow of losing my sister!!! So if your disturbed by my comment than tuff shit!! I've had 12 long years of HELL to deal with it. An if there is a God in heaven then he will answer my prayers and let MR BREWER (he is a disgrace to all officers by calling him FORMER) he will let mr brewer get a taste of what HELL will be like!!! I never thought I would truly HATE & would tell my son to never HATE.... It's wrong. But I'm sorry Lord forgive me but I do hate the mere mention of Danny's name."
-Dexie Buck Na-Kid Lowe on Facebook

Former sheriff’s deputy accepts plea deal in wife’s murder, gets 15 years

By J.J. Kindred
Maryville Daily Times
1 November 2012

Alcoa, Tenn. -- A former Blount County Sheriff’s Office deputy has pleaded guilty to the murder of his wife last year.

Danny Ray Brewer, 38, pleaded guilty to the second-degree murder of Jennifer Brewer on Sept. 8, 2011, in a plea deal made in front of Judge Tammy Harrington and Assistant District Attorney Shari Tayloe in Blount County Circuit Court this morning.

With his attorney, Tommy Hindman, by his side, Brewer made the plea and agreed to serve a 15-year sentence, including time already served since last September.

Brewer was scheduled for a jury trial on Nov. 13 before he agreed to make the plea deal.

Judge denies bond reduction for ex-Blount County officer accused in wife's killing

By Natalie Neysa Alund
November 9, 2011

MARYVILLE — A former Blount County law-enforcement officer accused of fatally shooting his wife testified Wednesday that if a judge reduced his $950,000 bond and he made bail, he'd appear back in court.

"I'm not gonna run from this. I've never run from anything in my life," Danny Ray Brewer, 37, pleaded from the witness stand during a bond-reduction hearing before Blount County General Sessions Judge Michael Gallegos.

But a recorded jail tape played moments later by Assistant District Attorney General Shari Tayloe proved Brewer a "liar," she said, and in the end, the judge denied the bond-reduction request made by Brewer's public defender, Mack Garner.

"What have you done? Why did you do this?" a woman, Pamela Gregory, on the jail tape asks Brewer just hours after he was arrested on a homicide charge, testimony showed.

"It was an accident. You gotta get me out of here so I can flee the state ... Come with me," Brewer in the tape tells Gregory, who works for AA Bonding Co. in Blount County — a woman he admitted in court Wednesday was his lover of 11 years.

Brewer, of Maryville, is accused of killing his 29-year-old wife, Jennifer Brewer, at their Sevier Avenue apartment Sept. 8. She was taken to Blount Memorial Hospital, where she died. Her husband, a former deputy with the Blount County Sheriff's Office and former officer with the Rockford Police Department, was arrested at the scene.

Court documents show she died as a result of a shotgun blast to her chest, and Blount County Sheriff's Office Detective Sgt. James Trentham on Wednesday testified that when he arrived on the scene, he found Danny Ray Brewer naked in the living room covered in blood.

"He said it never should have happened, the safety wasn't supposed to go off," Trentham testified.

In the jail tape, Brewer tells Gregory: "I didn't mean to do it. She knows it. I saw her face when it happened. I gave her CPR and everything. I tried to save her. I called 911. I screamed for an ambulance. That (SOB) was half-cocked. It went off."

"Do you love me?" Gregory asked.

"I love you enough to run with you." Brewer responded.

Shortly after, Tayloe stopped the tape recording and called Brewer a liar.

"You just can't ignore those statements," Gallegos said, then denied Garner's request to reduce Brewer's bond to $10,000. Gallegos also postponed a preliminary hearing to Dec. 14. Garner had asked for the continuance until he received reports on Jennifer Brewer's autopsy and ballistics tests.

Gregory, who sat in the courtroom Wednesday, declined comment except to say, "I did not volunteer to help him in any way."

Photo by Tom Sherlin | The Daily Times Criminal homicide suspect Danny Ray Brewer is escorted into court Friday by Court officer Randal McKenzie for a hearing in front of Judge Michael Gallegos in Blount County General Sessions Court. Slaying suspect Brewer gets public defender

By Iva Butler
Maryville Daily Times

A former Blount County law enforcement officer appeared in court Friday on criminal homicide charges involving the death of his wife.

Danny Ray Brewer, 37, was appointed a public defender, attorney Mack Garner, to represent him.

Blount County Assistant District Attorney General Shari Tayloe will be the prosecuting attorney.

Brewer and the attorneys are to appear again Friday in the Blount County General Sessions Courtroom of Judge Michael Gallagos to determine how the case will be handled. This will involve such things as setting a date to hear motions.

Bail for Brewer, who has been in Blount County Jail since being taken into custody, remains at $950,000.

Blount deputies answered a call of a shooting at 11:19 a.m. on Sept. 8 to an apartment complex on Sevier Avenue.

There they found a naked Brewer screaming and covered in blood in his apartment, according to the police report. He was escorted from the room and the gun believed to have been used in the shooting was recovered.

They found his wife, Jennifer L. Brewer, 29, lying face up on the bed and bleeding from a large wound on the left side of her chest.

She was not breathing and was later that day pronounced dead at Blount Memorial Hospital.

Danny Brewer was first held for investigation in the case and then charged with criminal homicide.

Brewer is a former Rockford police officer and Blount County deputy who was involved in a May 2000 fatal crash while en route to assist a deputy.

Brewer was serving as a Rockford police officer on May 16, 2000, when he was involved in an accident that killed Jennifer Lowe Bean, 29, of Jackson Hills Drive, Maryville, according to Daily Times archives.

Deputy Brewer archive:

Deliberate news blackout on ex-deputy's murder of wife Jennifer Cunningham Brewer

Wife-killer ex-deputy/officer Brewer caught planning with his lover to flee if bailed out of jail

THP trooper drug addict murdered by food poisoned with heroin

Rural Metro Engine 233 lies alongside Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Michael Slagle's cruiser after both vehicles slide off an icy road on Jan. 25, 2013, in Corryton. Slagle, 53, died from what appears to have been natural causes after he crashed on Longmeyer Road shortly before 7 a.m. Friday. The Rural Metro engine was responding to Slage's accident when it wrecked. (Chad Smith/Special)

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THP trooper dies after cruiser slides off road during ice storm

A Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper died this morning after his cruiser slid off a road in Corryton, state authorities said.

Trooper Michael Slagle died of what appeared to be natural causes after his cruiser slid off Longmire Road just before 7 a.m., said Jennifer Donals, THP spokeswoman.

“There is an investigation, but he passed way from what appeared to be natural causes,” she said.

Trooper Mike Slagle

A Rural/Metro fire truck sent to the scene on Longmire Road also slid off the road and toppled onto the disabled cruiser that was down a 10-foot embankment.

None of the five firefighters aboard the truck were injured.

Slagle at 6:51 a.m. reported his cruiser had slid off the road near the intersection with E. Emory Road. Slagle lives in the area.

Emergency personnel, however, had trouble reaching the injured trooper because of icy roads.

Fatboy Trooper Mike Slagel assassinated by GMO Frankenfood gene-spliced with the opium plant to make wheat addictive

When the fire truck slid into the cruiser, it injured a man who had gone to check on Slagle. That man was loaded aboard a four-wheel drive vehicle with paramedics and taken to a hospital about 10 a.m.

The man’s name and condition were not available this morning.

Meanwhile, icy trouble spots are continuing to pop up on streets across Knox County, particularly to the south and in Halls, according to officials

Brine trucks have been out since early morning salting the roads, though their effectiveness could be waning as temperatures hover below freezing, said spokesman Michael Grider.

Has KFD ever heard of tire chains? Did a lack of tire chains murder Trooper Slagle? Will Knox County taxslaves have to pay millions of taxdollars to Slagle's widow or orphan?

Tenn. Trooper Dies After Fire Truck Lands on Cruiser

A Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper suffered a fatal heart attack after his cruiser slid off an icy road before a fire truck landed on top of it early Friday morning.

Trooper Michael Slagle, 53, was near the intersection of Longmire Lane and Emory Road near Corryton when it left the road around 7 a.m., according to WATE-TV.

A Rural/Metro fire truck lost control in the same area, slid off the road and landed on top of the cruiser while Slagle was still inside.

It took until around noon for crews to extricate the trapped trooper -- who was unconcious -- and were unable to revive him.

Officials said that the cause of death was from an apparent heart attack.

Slagle spent 26 years with the Tennessee High Patrol.

"He was a model trooper and a good man. It is a very sad day for our Highway Patrol family and all who knew Michael," Colonel Tracy Trott said. "Our prayers go out to his family during this difficult time."

One firefighter and a civilian sustained minor injuries and were transported to local hospitals.

Slagle is survived by his wife and one daughter.

Funeral arrangements are pending.

Tennessee Highway Patrol troopers are terrorists committing 1-million armed robberies every year as part of a global Communist conspiracy to overthow the United States of Amerika

See also:

THP troopers paid over $100,000 salary to increase biker tickets 11,400% on the Dragon

Blount County deputy H L SLAGLE III -- Annual salary $50,523 (plus double overtime in court?)

Saturday, January 5, 2013

Flip a cop on the Dragon

You can flip off a cop and file a lawsuit, or flip off a cop and lure him to his doom on the Dragon

Flipping Off Police Officers Constitutional, Federal Court Affirms

WASHINGTON -- A police officer can't pull you over and arrest you just because you gave him the finger, a federal appeals court declared Thursday.

In a 14-page opinion, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit ruled that the "ancient gesture of insult is not the basis for a reasonable suspicion of a traffic violation or impending criminal activity."

John Swartz and his wife Judy Mayton-Swartz had sued two police officers who arrested Swartz in May 2006 after he flipped off an officer who was using a radar device at an intersection in St. Johnsville, N.Y. Swartz was later charged with a violation of New York's disorderly conduct statute, but the charges were dismissed on speedy trial grounds.

A federal judge in the Northern District of New York granted summary judgement to the officers in July 2011, but the Court of Appeals on Thursday erased that decision and ordered the lower court to take up the case again.

Richard Insogna, the officer who stopped Swartz and his wife when they arrived at their destination, claimed he pulled the couple over because he believed Swartz was "trying to get my attention for some reason." The appeals court didn't buy that explanation, ruling that the "nearly universal recognition that this gesture is an insult deprives such an interpretation of reasonableness."

FULL TEXT OPINION - UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT, John Swartz, Judy Mayton-Swartz v. Richard Insogna, Kevin Collins, Docket No. 11-2846-cv, Decided: January 3, 2013


Finally we can do something, small though it may be, to counter the spreading phash ism.

Cops get paid way too much for what they do, the local sheriffs where I live are paid 300 percent of the national individual median average wage. In addition to getting a whopping three times more than the average Joe they harrass and bother, they have platinum benefits. All paid for by the taxpayer, in the service of enforcing inequality and laws increasingly benefitting the oppression of the ruling One Percenters. Cops jobs are not even in the top ten of the most dangerous jobs, and they choose to accept the dangers inherent with their work.

it's a good ruling but i still wouldn't recommend doing it since the cop will use his "BlueCode" buddies to get back at you. Only difference between cops and gangs are the uniforms

Cops are the worst criminals. You love criminality? This is the second post I noticed that appears to come from one of the 6 people in the US who've never been wrongly accused by a cop who doesn't care whether he's right or not. Keep the faith. They'll get you sooner or later, and you'll be shocked. Repeat after me: I can't believe they would purposely lie. You'll be saying it soon.

I have in my own lifetime and personal experienced actually witnessed at least five police officers lie under color of authority, two falsified a police report and three lied in front of a judge regarding a traffic violation they trumped up against me. (My lawyer succeeded in using their own conflicting lies to exonerate me!) Anyone who defends law enforcement today is really willfully blind to their criminal actions.

Funny, because I was arrested for that in 1984. A bit different then the story above. I had already been harassed by the same officer a few hours earlier. He was a real piece of work. He actually called in reinforcements. Within 10 minutes, not less than six cars had arrived, including state police and DEA. The DEA guy was also a payload. I eventually told him he could leave his weapon with his colleague if he wanted to boogie. I was released after 5~minutes behind bars, after the Sherriff's department realized that one of the charges was NOT GROUNDS TO ARREST ON. Simple as that. All charges then were dropped. I was told I had a good civil case but never pursued it. Anyway, I am now good friends with a few police but they are decent people. My closest police buddy is a chief and is the closest thing that exists to 'Andy of Mayberry'. Which brings me to primary the reason why I wrote this post. He (the chief) has been victimized by his own officers. He is too strait for them and they prefer to jack around. Since he is also a kind-heart, he lets them get away with it and that only emboldens them. A group of officers signed false a complaint against the chief and when he beat the charges, two apologized. A couple of months later, the same two did it AGAIN. Moral of story: This country is going down the toilet~~PLENTY.

When I was a law enforcement officer I can say that I never saw anyone flip me off. Maybe because I treated them with respect and tried not to give them a reason to act or display themselves in a foul manner. Sad to say that there are many officers that don't deserve the respect that their badge promotes. " Protect and serve" to some means nothing. I respect them for what they have to go through but also believe they should not mar the authority given to them.

So the court ruled the cop lied under oath, correct? And in an official capacity? I suppose he gets a pass for perjury. We need a national three-strikes law for police: falsify an arrest report, attack a suspect without cause, violate the public trust in any way, go directly to jail, be banned from law enforcement for life, and lose the right to bear arms. Really sould be a one-strike law, but hey. But I'm glad to see a court show some sense for a change.

Whaddaya call 800,000 cops at the bottom of the sea? Freedom.

So if it's Constitutional with the police, it's surely Constitutional to give the sign to a member of Congress. After all, all 535 of them have given us the finger for years....

You hit that out of the park, however your wrong about them giving us the finger, they insert the finger, its also called rape in some circles


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Wow, we can now starting Flipping Obama the bird and get away with it. This is going to be great