Friday, August 24, 2007

Day 500 501 502 503 504 505 506 and still no decision in the Cheri Moore case.

"Every person involved with the shooting has been interviewed by the Critical Incident Response Team, the inter-agency investigative squad lead by the District Attorney's Office. The CIRT report has been complete for over six months -- it was complete before the inquest and before the election, contrary to what you might have been led to believe.

Every single officer involved that day with the exception of one testified under oath during the coroner's inquest. All the information and the testimony from that proceeding has been on Gallegos' desk since September (2006)."
from Hank's comment on Eric's post

What is he waiting for?
Previous coverage:
TS - The Moore shooting: 436 days and counting
TS - D.A. says he won't be pressured on Moore case
TS - Silence deafening as shooting anniversary nears
The Dandy's take - back in March

5 comments:

  1. 500 days has a nice ring to it.

    20 to one Gag's will make a formal decision on the Cotton death/incident before the Cheri Moore incident. And like the Cheri Moore incident Gag's will not be able to prosecute the cops.

    It is amazing how people (citizen types) just become numb or indifferent to the extreme failings of the DA and his office.

    You're doing a public service Rose, get up the good work.

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  2. You should check out the Shasta County DA's website. They have a section on press releases. See how a normal/regular DA's office does business. The sentences people get, the time it takes to make decissions on cop related shootings and deaths (it's not just in Humboldt).

    On second thought you probably shouldn't checkit out cause you will be depressed thinking about the justice systme in Humboldt County.

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  3. I have checked it in the past - and there is a particular entry that interests me - and which will be subject of a future post.

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  4. Hey, how about assigning Kelly to this case?

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