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11-19-2020    09:00 AM    OPINION    Eddie Murphy material right here.

What did Jonathan Suckow do to be charged with impersonating an officer in Gillette, Wyoming?

Was it Home invasion? Extortion? False arrest? (laughter expected here)

The articles states "The pursuit was initiated after Suckow was reported to the Gillette Police Department as someone potentially impersonating a peace officer."

In fact there is no law against impersonating a peace officer. The words peace officer do not exist in Gillette City Ordinance Chapter 14, as far as I could find. What we have in Gillette are called POLICE. There is a distinction. Since the initial chase started from him allegedly impersonating a peace officer, which is not a crime, that is not even a legal reason to stop him. If they hadn't pursued him, there would have been no high speed chase. A savvy attorney should be able to get the whole thing thrown out as fruit of the poison tree, right? Oh, wait. That was in America once upon a time, when law enforcement and the criminal justice system adhered to Constitutional Law.

CHAPTER 14 OFFENSES—MISCELLANEOUS

Revised December 2018

§14-22. Officers and employees city--Police--Impersonation

It shall be unlawful for any person in the city to impersonate the chief of police or any police officer of the city by wearing a police officer's uniform or badge or otherwise. (C.O. 1948, § 172.)

Remember that old 80/20 rule? God Bless the percent of Law Enforcement officers, attorneys, prosecutors, and judges that are solid American citizens. I'm not sure if it's 80% or 20%...

Although I am the only one speaking out about the corrupt cops and criminal justice system, I am told that hundreds of Campbell County families have shared the experiences I am reporting and they are afraid to speak up.

Prior to 2005 you would get a ticket when you broke the law. Now you get a ticket because bonuses are based on citations issued, apparently. I believe that even if nothing can be done to fix the problem, people talking about it in public might help to restore our Law Enforcement to what it was prior to 2005. I base that on the fact that when we started talking about priests and fire chiefs and coaches and sexual exploitation, the problem seemed to abate. I am hoping discussing the exploitation of citizens by Law Enforcement and the criminal justice system will have a similar effect on their criminal practices which violate Constitutional Law and civil rights.

A while back I started thinking how great it would be to discuss my complaints about law enforcement in Eddie Murphy fashion. And then an opportunity presents itself! It makes me laugh. Hope it made you laugh too.

Thank you.



Thank you for reading. The purpose of my campaigns is to highlight corruption and to get assistance from anyone who is able and willing to help return Gillette and Campbell County and Wyoming to American Ideals, and hopefully a culture that applies the law equally to all citizens regardless of position or social class. Thank you so much for the efforts you are making and have already made. Please forward to everyone that you know who might be interested in the information I share. God Bless You, and God Bless America.

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