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Lies told to the Black Community, What’s the #1 killer of Black People ?

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Pro-choice cop shoots pregnant girlfriend after she refuses abortion

Posted in Abortion, pro-choice, Pro-choice law breakers, pro-choice violence, Violence against women with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 10, 2010 by saynsumthn

Former Memphis cop confessed to killing girlfriend, jury told
By Lawrence Buser
June 9, 2010

A former Memphis police officer charged with first-degree murder in the 2008 shooting of his girlfriend “looked like he had the weight of the world on his shoulders” when summoned to headquarters for questioning, a jury was told Wednesday.

Chancy K. Jones initially was vague or silent during questioning, said newly named Deputy Director Toney Armstrong, but then admitted shooting Phyllis Malone because Jones said she threatened to tell his wife about their two-month affair if he did not give her money.

Malone, 31, was found shot to death in her car around 6 a.m. on Sept. 9, 2008, at a Shell gas station at 1709 Whitten Road near Interstate 40.

“It’s not every day you get a police officer accused of murder,” Armstrong said when asked how he remembered the interrogation of Jones almost two years later. “When he came in he looked like he had the weight of the world on his shoulders.”

Armstrong said Jones eventually opened up and gave police a five-page signed statement, part of which Armstrong read to the jury.

According to the defendant’s statement, Malone told Jones that she was pregnant and wanted money for the baby’s care and that she became upset when he told her he would think about it.

“She became irate, cursing, threatening and blackmailing saying that she was going to tell my wife and take me to child support and I had to pay the white man at Juvenile Court,” Jones said in the statement. “I talked to her and she calmed down and she wanted a hug or what not. After that, the conversation picked back up. She asked me the same question again and I told her I would think about it. Then she said ‘Well, I’ll just go and tell the wife’ and said all I was gonna pay for. She said ‘You’ll pay in the long run.’…

“So when I asked her about going to get an abortion done, she cursed and said hell no she wasn’t gonna do that. She was determined that she was going to tell her (Jones’ wife) and come to my house. I asked her not to do it. She said ‘Bye, Chancy.’ That’s when I pulled out a pistol and I shot her.”

A medical examiner said Malone died of gunshots to the right temple, the right side and the right chest area. Malone was not pregnant and, according to her sisters, had had her tubes tied.
Jones, 39, was a three-year veteran assigned to the Uniform Patrol Division at Raines Station before being fired. He is free on $200,000 bond.

The trial is being held before Criminal Court Judge W. Mark Ward.

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Police say alleged Pro-Choice killer of pro-lifer had stash of weapons, ammunition

Posted in Abortion, Constitution, pro-choice, pro-choice violence, Pro-Life, Violence against women with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 17, 2009 by saynsumthn

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Supporters pray in a circle after a vigil honoring Jim Pouillon Sunday afternoon near Owosso High School. Argus-Press Photo by Michael Peterson

By DANIEL R. BASSO, rgus-Press Managing Editor
Wednesday, September 16, 2009 10:03 AM EDT

OWOSSO – Police searching the home of an alleged double murderer Friday found several weapons and nearly 10,000 rounds of ammunition.

Owosso Director of Public Safety Mike Compeau said officers searched Harlan Drake’s residence at 5011/2 S. Shiawassee Friday afternoon following the murders of James Pouillon, 63, and Mike Fuoss, 61. Drake is accused of both shooting deaths.

“We were looking to see (with the search) if there were any notes, diaries,” Compeau said. “There were no diaries, but we did find five additional guns; shotguns, .22s – no assault rifles.”

Drake allegedly shot Pouillon about 7:20 a.m. Friday as Pouillon stood across the street from Owosso High protesting abortion. Fuoss was shot at his office, also sometime Friday morning.

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Saturday, Drake, who was lodged in the Shiawassee County Jail, attempted to commit suicide by cutting his arm. The suspect apparently used glass from a shattered television set to slash him arm.

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Prosecutor Randy Colbry refused to discuss Drake’s status this morning.

However, Sheriff George Braidwood said Drake was returned to the county jail late Saturday.

“He really did a number,” Braidwood commented on Drake’s wound.

Police found three handguns – two .22s and a .45 – in Drake’s pickup truck when he was arrested at home about 8:30 a.m.

Compeau said Drake, who is married, was a truck driver, but noted stories about Drake being out of state until recently were unconfirmed.

“I had heard that, but I can’t confirm it,” he said.

Compeau also reiterated that there was no “hit list” as some rumors have speculated.

“It was in his head,” Compeau said. “There was no written list. He had three people in his head.”

The third intended victim, Realtor James Howe, was not attacked. He and his family left town over the weekend.

In addition to Owosso police and the Shiawassee County Sheriff’s Office, members of the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Bureau and the U.S. Marshals service were involved this week. Compeau said the marshals made inquiries because of the potential of a hate crime.

“We have the big thing taken care of. There’s a lot of fine detail work to take care of now,” he said.