Los Angeles County prosecutors said Tuesday they will not criminally charge two Los Angeles police officers who executed Ezell Ford in 2014.
In the Police State, officers are rarely held accountable when they use deadly force.
That decision comes more than a year and a half after a police oversight panel faulted one of the officers, saying that his handling of the encounter was so flawed that it led to the fatal shooting.
No matter, these killers are back on the streets.
Ford, who had been diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, was walking near his South L.A. home when he was tracked down and executed by officers Sharlton Wampler and Antonio Villegas.
In the Police State, if you’re poor, mentally ill, or homeless, you will be exterminated.
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