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Wed Jul 11, 2012, 10:59 PM

Security guards indicted in Dante Price death, Dayton Ohio

http://www.whiotv.com/news/news/local/security-guards-indicted-dante-price-death/nPrGg/

In light of the Trayvon Martin case, I thought we could appreciate a little healthy justice action. The Prosecutor, Matt Heck, he is a fine leader from the Montgomery County Democratic Party by the way....

I share this as I see similarities in comparison with the Martin-Zimmerman case. Security guards( white), go "cowboy" on unarmed young black man who was leaving the scene due to previous tresspassing issue.... no crime...

This stands out to me.... "the two guards exceeded their legal authority in trying to detain Price and by using deadly force to try to make him comply,"

Let me say this...thank you Matt Heck ..." They were not police officers,” Heck said. “They did not have any arrest powers.”

"Private citizens do not have the legal authority to detain someone for a misdemeanor", Heck said.

Here is a little more..

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DAYTON, Ohio —
Two security guards who shot a man to death March 1 at the Summit Square apartments were indicted Wednesday on charges of murder and abduction.

The two were patrolling the parking lot at the apartment complex on Hoover Avenue when they saw Price, who had been trespassed off the property before. They pulled their guns and ordered him to stop. Instead, Price fled in his car, and the guards shot at him at least 17 times, Heck said.

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FarPoint Jul 2012 OP
AnotherMcIntosh Jul 2012 #1
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AnotherMcIntosh Jul 2012 #3
Th1onein Jul 2012 #4
FarPoint Jul 2012 #5
Th1onein Jul 2012 #6

Response to FarPoint (Original post)

Wed Jul 11, 2012, 11:15 PM

1. The police are trying to locate the two cop-wannabes.

 





Take a wild guess as to the skin color of the 25-year old man that they killed. The prosecutor has decided, however, not to prosecute them for a hate-crime.

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Response to AnotherMcIntosh (Reply #1)

Wed Jul 11, 2012, 11:18 PM

2. 11:00 news just said they were in jail now.

I'll have to confirm at the Montgomery County Jail website.

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Response to FarPoint (Reply #2)

Wed Jul 11, 2012, 11:18 PM

3. Good.

 

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Response to AnotherMcIntosh (Reply #1)

Thu Jul 12, 2012, 12:40 AM

4. I'm ECSTATIC! I called these people about this!

I called their public information number and left a scathing message. They actually called me back the next day and asked me to give them a little time to investigate and told me that they were advertising for witnesses to this crime. I'm overjoyed that they have done something about this horrible injustice.

Maybe my call made a difference. Maybe, and probably, not. But, like I (and Ghandi) always say, "Whatever you do might seem insignificant, but it is very important that you do it."

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Response to Th1onein (Reply #4)

Thu Jul 12, 2012, 06:00 AM

5. Thank you!

Yes, indeed you did made a difference and a contribution. It all adds up to establish a solid case. They are in jail now.

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Response to FarPoint (Reply #5)

Sat Jul 14, 2012, 02:29 AM

6. I was a teensy little drop in the bucket. But at least I put my drop in.

This was when the Treyvon Martin case was just beginning to be big news. I don't think the Dayton Police wanted this case to blow up in their faces like the Treyvon Martin case blew up.

But, really, there are so many more. Like the former Marine in White Plains, NY. The cops killed this old man in his own home, when they were called out by the Medic Alert people when he had accidentally pressed his medic alert button in his sleep. He told them he was fine and that it was a false alarm and they ended up tasering him, and then breaking down the door and shooting him to death in his own home. I believe his name was Chamberlain. It's disgusting when they can do that to a citizen of this country and get away with it. And, the last time I checked they HAD gotten away with it.

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