Thursday, March 29, 2012
White Plains Cop-Thugs Cover-Up
News stories back in November pertaining to a 68-year old man, Kenneth Chamberlain, initially reported that cops were responding to an emotionally disturbed man with either a knife or hatchet ending up with White Plains police shooting the man dead.
Now, almost 5 MONTHS LATER we get the real story, or rather the FACTS of what happened that day.
Thug-cops broke down the ex-marine's apartment door while he was pleading with them to leave him alone and tasered him, then shot him in the chest dead. Mr. Chamberlain served his country and upon retiring worked as a corrections officer.
To date, not one single thug-cop has been charged, disciplined or assigned desk duty for this scandalous attack on an unarmed man, and subsequent cover-up by the White Plains Police Department.
David E. Chong, left in tuxedo surrounded by colleagues at a dinner on March 11th 2012, in Rye, NY was in charge of the cops that gunned down Mr. Chamberlain in his own house back in November.
HDD hopes that Chong and all of his buddy cops in White Plains are taken to task over the cold blooded shooting of Mr. Chamberlain in his own house. These cops ramming down the door of an ex-Marine and retiree from the corrections department violated the 4th Amendment of the US Constitution that states thus:
"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."
These thug-cops, who are paid by taxes rifled from the citizens' pay checks have no right to rip the door off its hinges of a 68 year old man and murder him in his own house while he pleaded with them to leave him alone! The officer responsible for this heinous crime should be fired immediately and Mr. Chong needs to launch a full-scale investigation into the events of that day.
Regardless, there is a full audio tape and some video (from the taser gun) documenting precisely what happened that day.
One of our NY State senators, Suzi Oppenheimer has written a letter to the DOJ demanding a full investigation into the actions of White Plains Police on that fateful day!
Kenneth Chamberlain JR. has retained two lawyers in a bid to bring these cops to justice and ensure that his father's untimely death was not in vain.