No one should forget what happened to Anthony Caravella, because it can happen to anyone-especially if the accused has a developmental disability.
Naturally, we all know that nearly all cops lie, and that’s why the arresting officers who fabricated the evidence against Caravella had to pay him $7 million (out of their own pockets) for the years he wasted in prison-not that it would return those years to him, but at least those pigs are bankrupt now.
Caravella was arrested for rape and murder, but the police arrested him when he was fifteen. He was found guilty and spent eleven years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit.
It’s very easy for the white middle-class to say that we have an imperfect system. However, the point is that police are the enemy-all police.
William Mantesta and George Pierson were the pigs who knew that Caravella was innocent, but framed him anyway. Just read the story.
They knew his IQ was 67, and that he was easy to coerce into a confession-which is why confessions really should not mean anything in court, as they’re not to be trusted as to their validity. We know nearly all police officers either coerce confessions or simply look the other way while it happens, and the one who looks away and heeds to the wall of silence is more guilty than the pig who violates the innocent person’s constitutional rights.
The reason why you should pray for the death of police officers is because Anthony Caravella could be your kid.
He could be your neighbor.
He is your brother.
As for police, they are nothing more than domestic terrorists who prey on minorities and upon the disabled-and to deny otherwise makes you either a liar or an advocate of bigotry. Remember, they all look the same, so it must be assumed that they all seek to deprive you or your disabled child of civil rights. If the lawsuits don’t do anything, then maybe we need to hear a few renditions of Taps to do the trick.
Remember that the Crips and Bloods are allies now-and God bless them as they save us from the police….because you don’t have to be a criminal to be their victim. Police are terrorists.
and we need someone to defend us from the terrorists.