Boycott Fullerton: Justice for Kelly Thomas

By Christopher R Rice
A jury has acquitted former police officers Manuel Ramos and Jay Cicinelli of the death of Kelly Thomas, a homeless, schizophrenic man who died after a violent altercation with law enforcement in Fullerton, Calif. in 2011. The Orange County jury delivered its verdicts on Monday.
  • 1) The Kangaroo Court Prosecution of Officers Jay Cicinelli and Manny Ramos, involved in the gruesome beating, torture, and murder of Kelly Thomas was no more than a sham.
  • 2) DA Tony Rackauckas and Superior Court Judge William R. Froeberg should resign immediately.
  • 3) Dan Hughes, Chief of Police in Fullerton, California should resign immediately.
  • 4) Mayor Doug Chaffee, and the Fullerton City Council should step down.
Under our Constitution, the condition of being homeless or mentally-ill does not justify a kangaroo court or a fatal savage beating.

“[W]here police take matters in their own hands, seize victims, beat and pound them until they confess, there cannot be the slightest doubt that the police have deprived the victim of a right under the Constitution.” Justice William O. Douglas wrote in (Williams v. United States, 341 U.S. 97, 71 S. Ct. 576, 95 L. Ed. 774 [1951]).

Superior Court Judge William R. Froeberg runs a court of law in which the violations of procedure, precedents, and due process are so gross that fundamental justice is denied. It means that the judge is incompetent or obviously biased.

We now officially launch “Operation Fullerton”, you can expect two things.


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