Officers Crumby and Morin responded to the call with a barricaded suspect firing the shots that killed Crumby and left Morin injured and recovering.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2023
Memorial Day 2022 – Covid And The Other Unspoken Wars – Maple Hill Cemetery
Jim Casey TOCC TV rePorter Goes Walkabout – Veterans Memorial & HSV Depot
Veterans Day In Huntsville; A Benchmark Occasion
Dereck Chauvin Sentencing (America Under Siege)
George Floyd – Changing The (Confederate) Guard In Huntsville
Happy Memorial Day
Huntsville Black Lives Meets Fallen Officers
Never-the-less, it is my opinion that municipal police departments throughout this country are suffering from deeply ingrained corruption, that often is based on classicism just as much as race, as opposed to a few bad apples here or there. Therefore, I wonder if the change in plans might be just a bit more sublimation than propriety warrants. Cop lives certainly matter, but the imbalance in perception after Dallas was clearly evidenced by some who suddenly decided there is a war – where the hell have they been already?
The McBoom Heard Around The World
Unlike The Cannon Ball Run, which almost certainly indicates prescient knowledge by city planners on some level (of the impending Lee High Bus Massacre) this street was probably named before the massacre was orchestrated… maybe. Unfortunately, it does appear that the reflective concept ultimately provided inspiration to extend the event.
EXPOSÉ | Profile: Lewis J. Morris Jr.
Mr. Morris the school principle, as it turns out, is the apparent father of Huntsville’s current police chief, Lewis J. Morris Jr. I have previously noted in this series that I first published the Exposé on January 1, 1998, and the epicenter was Madison Pike Elementary from the very beginning. Which is to say, in 1998 I had no idea that there was a Lewis J. Morris Jr., much less that he was a police officer, or that he would be headed for the office of Police Chief.
Profile Of Indoctrination And Corruption: Madison County Sheriff Blake Dorning
A cops job is dangerous. True enough. But, take another looks a the facts. Since 1880, 22 law enforcement officials have been killed in Madison County. In the last ten years alone, I’ve counted about 15 unnecessary deaths that were the result of jailer depravity, or excessive force by cops. A that rate, the cops have killed around 200 people – almost all of which were innocent or guilty of nothing serious. A track record of 22 cops to 200 innocent citizens isn’t very good. In fact, it’s goddamn unacceptable.