Sunday, April 8, 2012
Death Visits White Plains New York In The Guise Of At Least Three White Plains, NY Cops
A couple of months ago a man, 68 years old with a bad heart was murdered by a cop who answered a medical alert call by LifeAid Alert to simply go by and check on him after his device had allegedly gone off as he slept and being asleep apparently didn't hear them trying to contact him through the base unit in his apartment. THIS HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH A CRIME, they were there for no other reason that to verify he was ok. For this reason only, White Plains cops showed up apparently by the dozens, in full body armor, prepared and eager to blow the door off it's hinges, then assault the subject of the medical alert with a tazer, a bean bag shot from a shotgun and finally killing him, not a criminal or possible criminal, a medical alert, another innocent victim of rampant murder by cop.
This is an evil that's existed as long as there's been police in one form or another, but it seems to have become more and more common in this day and age. It seems that police brutality and murder of innocent victims was more commonly directed at blacks and Hispanics in the past, but it's now something that can and does happen to anyone, no matter race, sex, whatever.
The murderer who fired the shots, has been identified by the White Plains pd, after months of outright refusal to release the name of their murderous cop who brutally shot Kenneth Chamberlain. Surprise! It turns out he's the same officer involved in another police brutality case that a local Eyewitness News has been looking into where he brutally beat a man who was restrained in handcuffs. White Plains Police finally admit that the murderer is Officer Anthony Carelli, a cop and bully, for 8-years, who shot and killed Kenneth Chamberlain. Who knows just how many cases of murder and torture, how many beatings and instances of brutality there really are? Is this cop on the take? Is he a wife beater? Who knows? Anything is possible, apparently he's capable of any crime.
Mr. Chamberlain was a former Marine, and a retired corrections officer, so this murderer, this murderous cop, did what calls for the Death Sentence in NY, he killed a cop, a co-worker, at least that's how I see it, probably he doesn't. When this happened the pd called it a "good shoot" which isn't really surprising. Every pd calls every shooting no matter how egregious or obvious it's bad good, they're all good shootings. Even in the Kelly Thomas murder the Fullerton pd called it good, within guidelines.
Mr. Chamberlain somehow knew, how we don't know that he was going to die at Carelli's hands. He was recorded saying as these White Plains, NY "police officers" were breaking into his home, "My name is Kenneth Chamberlain.This is my sworn testimony. White Plains police are going to come in here and kill me." Somehow he knew, and he was right.
Interestingly, I was watching an episode of Twilight Zone today about a kid with a radio on board an airliner, who finds he can hear what others think through the headphones connected to his radio. He discovers a man on board who has a bomb, planning to blow up the plane, because he lost his young daughter in a plane crash, and believes the only way to force safer planes is to blow up this one. The kid manages to put his headphones on the bomber and he hears what the others are thinking, the fears and regrets of the other passengers. Suddenly he realizes that he's destroying people not just an airliner. That his act goes beyond just him and his loss, it impacts other people and they're innumerable, not just the other passengers but their families, friends, and others unknown to them.
The point being, that while you wouldn't necessarily expect a criminal about to kill to realize the concept that his act of murder or violence impacts many people beyond his victim. But you would expect a police officer to realize it and therefore to act in such a manner that he tries to never put himself or anyone else in that position. While it's true that a police officer may have to kill someone in the performance of his job, there are many, very many, who've never drawn their gun. This is true today as it was in the past. But it seems that recently there are more and more, every day that use any excuse to murder, then use the flimsy excuse of being in fear of their lives. In my opinion, if they're that afraid they shouldn't be cops. The truth is that they're looking for an excuse, any excuse, to shoot something or someone. They murder fearlessly not facing any consequence of their crime, for the simple reason that all cops, their departments, their unions, their cities, and even the district attorneys that should be punishing them become accomplices after the fact, finding any reason to call the crime as no crime at all. Which means that there are no good cops, police depts, court officers, etc., none at all. Either they're criminals, or accomplices to the crimes.
Finally, as a veteran of the Marine Corps, Mr. Chamberlain's murder should be noticed by the Corps. As a friend who brought this to my attention pointed out you'd think the Marines would object to one of their own being murdered, especially by a cop, who shot him unarmed and helpless in his own home. Then adding insult to injury by lying about it and trying to cover it up. I agree they should but won't, simply because the saying "once a Marine, always a Marine," is a saying from times far past. It may even be true that some of those White Plains cops, possibly even the two that assaulted him and the murderer, were Marines. If so, they made fun of another Marine, yelling insults through the door. Marines or not, all of these cops should be ashamed, and they should all be dismissed never to be police again. As to the three who assaulted and murdered Mr. Chamberlain, they should be sent to prison, if there were any justice in this world. But there is no justice where criminal cops are concerned, there is a double standard instead.
Link to Video and Transcript of the Video
White Plains Cop Identified
DA Said To Be Weak On Charging Police With Criminal Actions
Still Another Article About The Murder