Hollow Points:Barack Obama's White House Shooting Of Miriam Carey:Attorney Eric Sanders - No Shooting?!
Actually the bullets' caliber or hollow point-y -ness appears to remain a state secret.The amount of evidence in myriad post 9/11 incidents of terrorism or suspicions of terrorism that are covered up is truly outrageous and would violate our former U.S.Constitution if we still had one.Even now the Barack Obama-CIA regime
having destroyed the Sandy Hook Elementary school building are now preparing for the demolition of the Nancy Lanza home just in case any evidence of this goivernment terrorism hoax come back to haunt them.
It all started with exporting all that steel from the WTC and Building 7 no doubt to foreign countries, particularly in Asia to be sold as scap melted down to destroy all evidence while we are told by CNN,Fox,the NY Times etc.,that Saddam Hussein and Iraq 'did it'(even thoiugh it was our sick Saudi allies who provided the terrorists of 9/11 if they really exiated or boarded those flioghts from Logan Airport Boston 'guarderd' 'coincidentally' by Israeli government terrorists of ICTS International or that Saddam Hussein was building UAVs,(drones), when in fact it was us and Israel that were doing it and who may have used it to attack the thew WTC on 9/11.......
As for Valarie the sister of Miriam Carey as well as alleged sperm doner to Miriam Care's daughrter Eric - Eric Francis - it remains a mystery as to whether they have any past history of supporting Barack Obama just as they both appear to have given over $50,000 each to one of his causes.the support and fund raising campaign for Florida's alleged victim of a racist attack Trayvon Martin.......
Retwitteado por Valarie Carey
Confirmed!!! Just finished speaking with a retired US Capitol Police Officer "No shooting at moving vehicles or fleeing persons!!! Yes
Apr 8, 2014 - ... multiple times from behind, including a shot to the back of the head. ... found Miriam Carey was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Apr 3, 2014 - WND can also now report Miriam Carey was shot in the back of thehead by U.S. Capitol Police officers and uniformed Secret Service agents ...
Apr 7, 2014 - Carey was shot five times, including once in the back of the head, according to the report. Video of the shooting indicates that officers fired at ...
Baby in D.C. police shooting in custody battle
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/crime/lanier-urges-against-drawing-quick-conclusions-in-police-shooting-at-capitol/2014/04/15/d61dbb7c-c4c0-11e3-b574-f8748871856a_story.htmlD.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier urged Tuesday that people not rush to judgement after an autopsy showed that federal agents shot a woman in the back after authorities said she rammed a White House barrier with her car and led police on a chase to the U.S. Capitol.
The chief cautioned that the investigation is not over and is being reviewed by the U.S. attorney’s office. The woman who was shot, Miriam Carey, 34, of Stamford, Conn., was killed in the Oct. 3 pursuit and shooting.
A lawyer representing the Carey estate has filed papers in court indicating that a lawsuit is being considered. Their attorney, Eric Sanders, contends that the federal officers violated regulations and accepted standards by firing on a moving vehicle, an action that many police agencies restrict or forbid.
Sanders released a copy of Carey’s autopsy last week showing that she was shot five times as she drove her black Infiniti — one to the left side of her head, two to the upper left back, one to the upper right back and one to the left arm. Her 1-year-old daughter was also in the car but was not hurt.
The lawyer has said the autopsy results prove that the agents with the U.S. Secret Service and the U.S. Capitol Police fired unnecessarily, and with no pressing threat. But in an application for a search warrant on the Infiniti, authorities said Carey was speeding at police officers while in reverse.
Speaking on NewsChannel 8 on Tuesday, Lanier said that “some bad conclusions can easily be drawn from a police shooting case when limited information is released.” She also noted the unique circumstances of policing and protecting the nation’s capital in an era of terrorism, and that those fears cannot be discounted when officers must quickly assess threats.
“We’re protecting the White House, the president, Congress,” Lanier said on the Bruce DePuyt show. “Sometimes a weapon is not the big threat. A vehicle getting close to those places could be full of explosives. That’s the threat.”.........................
Obama White House Murder:Miriam Carey:Sister Valerie Carey, vs. Father Eric Francis In Child Custody Case United by Travon Martin Donation
business' ,(hoodct.com),gave $50,000+ to the now non existent Trayvon Martin Foundation,a cause dear to Barack Obama aka Barry Soetoro as well.Why did the foundation close shortly after if not BEFORE the donation or donations were received and what then happened to that one or those two donations ?Also strange that two murderous acts in Washington D.C. area with such a short time,the Aaron Alexis-Rollie Chance masacre at the Navy Yard as well as the shooting of unarmed Miriam Carey at the White House by Secret Service and or D.C.Police was blamed on both receiving electronic or radio messages or whatever ! Welcome to either the Twighlight Zone or post 9/11 Homeland Secuity Amerikkka.............
Eric Francis,Miriam Carey Give $50.000+ to same Trayvon Martin Foundation as sister Valarie Carey did.:
Thursday, October 3, 2013
Miriam Carey Information
World Socialist Web Site-Eric Sanders, the attorney representing Carey's family, said that the ... Valerie Carey, the sister of Miriam and a former police officer, was quoted ..
Congress Takes Hands-Off Approach to Miriam Carey Shooting
Posted at 12:50 p.m. on April 14Release of the final autopsy report for Miriam Carey, the 34-year-old dental hygienist who was shot outside the Capitol on Oct. 3 after a fast and furious car chase from the White House, has renewed calls for action from an attorney for her family.
Six months after the shooting, with a wrongful death claim filed against the Capitol Police and Secret Service seeking $75 million in compensation, New York-based attorney Eric Sanders is calling on Congress to “use its legislative powers” to investigate the confusing series of events.
But spokespeople for the committees with jurisdiction over the Capitol Police and for law enforcement declined to comment, aside from saying there are no plans to investigate because the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia is still looking into the shooting. Members charged with oversight have expressed no interest in launching their own investigation.
House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Darrell Issa suggested that briefings, “over the shoulder investigation” and monitoring of the Justice Department’s activity might be the most appropriate approach. The California Republican indicated that he still needed to consult with ranking member Elijah E. Cummings, D-Md., on the issue.
“I’m very reluctant to have Congress intrude while there’s an ongoing investigation,” said Virginia’s Gerald E. Connolly, another Oversight Democrat. He believes Congress needs to let the law enforcement investigations “work their process before we work ours.”
The autopsy showed Carey had no alcohol or drugs in her system and that she died from multiple gunshot wounds to the back of her body, including one to the head, Sanders said. Though Carey had been diagnosed with postpartum depression and psychosis, and told police that President Barack Obama was monitoring her with cameras in her Stamford, Conn., apartment, Sanders claimed in a statement on The Sanders Firm website that the autopsy results refute theories that her actions were provoked by mental illness.
“Miriam’s death is symbolic of the growing problem of police using excessive force against the citizenry throughout our nation,” he said in the statement. “With respect to Miriam’s death, it is in the public’s interest to ensure our government acted responsibly not only from a criminal or a civil perspective but from an internal agency perspective. It is also in the public’s interest [to] avoid a similar tragedy in the future.”
In the days following the Oct. 3 shooting, which forced Capitol Hill into lock-down mode and caused a panic on campus, questions from members of Congress focused largely on radio interoperability. Lawmakers grilled law enforcement on whether the Capitol Police’s outdated radio system, which has since been upgraded, might have been to blame.
During a House Appropriations hearing on the Capitol Police budget, lawmakers grilled Chief Kim C. Dine about officers’ actions that day. Dine defended their actions and reminded lawmakers that his forces “are out there every day putting their lives on the line” and often have to make “split-second decisions.”
The Oct. 3 pursuit started when Carey drove her Infiniti through a security checkpoint outside the White House and struck a bicycle rack, knocking to the ground an officer with the U.S. Secret Service Uniformed Division who was attempting to stop her. Carey fled, launching a car chase from the White House with her 14-month-old daughter on board.
Law enforcement placed the Capitol complex on lockdown as the chase proceeded. Outside the Senate side of the Capitol, officers opened fire on Carey, fatally striking her when she was stopped by a blockade and tried to flee in reverse. Her daughter escaped serious injury.
Capitol Police previously confirmed that officers had been pulled off the street in the wake of the violent incident.
Staff on the Senate Rules and Administration Committee, which has oversight of the Capitol Police, did not respond to questions about the case, while House Administration Committee staff said they do not comment on pending litigation.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick J. Leahy, D-Vt., also does not like to involve his committee in ongoing investigations, according to a committee spokesperson. House Judiciary Committee staff said Capitol Police are not under its jurisdiction. The Secret Service and Justice Department are, though. This observation did not elicit a response from the committee.
“I certainly think it would be premature for Congress to involve themselves in what looks like an unusual law enforcement event,” said Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., who sits on the Oversight Committee. “No one has come forward with any evidence of wrongdoing.
“We do know that both the Capitol and the White House were under assault. At first blush, it looks like the police at both ends were doing there job,” she continued.
Norton says Congress may well have a role in investigating whether there was an early enough alert to protect Capitol Hill and the D.C. residents and visitors in Carey’s path, but lawmakers do not have a role in investigating her death.
“She was in a race from them,” Norton concluded. “They had to catch her, and thank goodness they did.”