Prosecutors Tried To Get Ex-boyfriend Of Breonna Taylor To Lie To Implicate The Dead Woman…

It should come as no sur­prise to any­one, that Prosecutors would do all in their pow­er to smear a Black per­son mur­dered by police, that is par for the course.
And as a con­se­quence, no per­son of any moral cer­ti­tude is sur­prised by the rev­e­la­tion of Jamarcus Glover’s attor­ney that pros­e­cu­tors offered a plea deal to Breonna Taylor’s ex-boyfriend mis­ter Glover which required him to impli­cate the deceased Ms. Taylor as a part of his drug-deal­ing even after police had mur­dered her in her own home.
When we talk about the lev­el of lies and deceit, the com­plex web of col­lu­sion with­in the American so-called crim­i­nal jus­tice sys­tem, no mat­ter how much we reveal, it does not begin to scratch the sur­face of the insid­i­ous racism of these peo­ple.

Jamarcus Glover turned the plea-deal down.
Nevertheless, Glover was arrest­ed the same night Taylor was killed, in a sep­a­rate raid on an alleged drug house about 10 miles away. Police say they “recov­ered approx­i­mate­ly 119.032 grams (4.2 ounces) of cocaine and over 10 dosage units of opi­ates,” accord­ing to court records. Glover’s attor­ney, Scott Barton, told NPR that as part of a lengthy plea nego­ti­a­tion, the Jefferson Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office offered Glover a deal that includ­ed nam­ing Taylor as a mem­ber of his “orga­nized crime syn­di­cate.” Barton said that he no longer has a copy of the ini­tial plea offer but that his client “imme­di­ate­ly reject­ed any­thing with her name in it.”
“He felt ter­ri­ble about the whole thing. That’s not a secret. And, you know, any type of plea that had her involved in any way was not going to be accept­able to him,” Barton said (NPR report­ed).

WDRB-TV in Louisville report­ed that the July 13 plea offer list­ed Taylor as a “co-defen­dant” of Glover’s, even though she had been dead four months. The deal required Glover to acknowl­edge that he, Taylor, and oth­ers engaged in orga­nized crime by traf­fick­ing large amounts of drugs “into the Louisville com­mu­ni­ty.
Had Glover accept­ed the deal, the sta­tion report­ed, Glover could have seen his 10-year prison sen­tence drop to only pro­ba­tion.
Such is the lev­el of duplic­i­ty & lies that pros­e­cu­tors are pre­pared to engage in to cov­er the ass­es of police who mur­der Black peo­ple.
Even with the tech­no­log­i­cal advance­ments today that allows the eyes of the world to be trained on these most­ly white coun­ties across America, and despite all that is hap­pen­ing in major cities as well, Prosecutors con­tin­ue to engage in crim­i­nal­i­ty and uneth­i­cal lying and oth­er crimes to cov­er for police, despite draw­ing a salary from the pub­lic.

Legal experts say the offi­cers involved in Taylor’s shoot­ing – Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly and offi­cers Brett Hankison and Myles Cosgrove – cer­tain­ly can be arrest­ed. Prosecutors wield tremen­dous dis­cre­tion in their deci­sions to bring charges, and “prob­a­ble cause,” the legal stan­dard of proof need­ed for an arrest is “an exceed­ing­ly low bar”, said Colin Miller, a pro­fes­sor at the University of South Carolina School of Law research­ing the Kentucky crim­i­nal code on behalf of lawyers rep­re­sent­ing Taylor’s fam­i­ly. “If you have a shoot­ing death, it’s going to be pret­ty dif­fi­cult to argue you can’t at least charge some type of crime in that case, whether it be endan­ger­ment manslaugh­ter or mur­der.”

This is the kind of rep­re­hen­si­ble cor­rup­tion that African-Americans have suf­fered under from pub­lic offi­cials who have a duty to be fair and just. Instead, these irre­deemably cor­rupt white offi­cials con­tin­ue on, despite the cries against inher­ent racism and police vio­lence.
The sad irony in this lat­est despi­ca­ble iter­a­tion of America’s racist jus­tice sys­tem, is that even if Breonna Taylor was involved in drug deal­ing, would the mon­sters who broke her door down be jus­ti­fied in putting eight bul­lets (8) in her body, and dozens more into her apart­ment?
The answer is no!
The calls to defund the police seem rather rad­i­cal to white peo­ple, even among those who are sup­pos­ed­ly less racist, (As if there is such a thing). Unfortunately, the calls to defund the police do not go near­ly far enough. The entire crim­i­nal jus­tice sys­tem is a farce that preys on Black cit­i­zens and pro­tects whites.
I am ashamed to admit that in utter igno­rance, I once admired this mon­strous igno­bil­i­ty.

Mike Beckles is a for­mer police Detective cor­po­ral, busi­ness­man, free­lance writer,
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