Re: Trayvon Martin's Criminal Activities Were Covered Up

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Pierre Laporte, Minister of Unemployment and Assimilation

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Jul 31, 2013, 6:51:51 AM7/31/13
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Media Madders.Lie wrote:
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> The shooting of Trayvon might never have happened if school officials
> in Miami-Dade County had not instituted a fraudulent policy of
> treating Crimes as 'School Disciplinary Infractions'. Revelations that
> emerged from an Internal Affairs investigation explain why Martin was
> not arrested when caught at school with stolen jewelry and with
> marijuana. Instead, the typical gangsta wannabe was just suspended
> from school, the last time just days before he was shot while
> attacking George Zimmerman.
> Trayvon Martin was not from Sanford, the town north of Orlando where
> he was shot in 2012 and where a Jury Acquitted Zimmerman of murder
> charges. Martin was from Miami Gardens, over 200 miles away, and had
> come to Sanford to hang out with one of his babydaddy's 'hoes Brandy
> Green at her crib in the community where Zimmerman was in charge of
> the Neighborhood Watch. Trayvon was staying with Green after he had
> been suspended for the 2nd time in 6 months from Krop High School in
> Miami-Dade County, where his daddy, Tracy Martin, and mammy, Sybrina
> Fulton, lived.
> Both of Trayvon's disciplinary suspensions at Krop High involved
> Crimes that should have led to his prosecution. However, Chief Charles
> Hurley of the Miami-Dade School Police Department (MDSPD) had
> implemented a cover-up policy that reduced the number of Criminal
> Reports, manipulating statistics to create the false appearance of a
> reduction in crime within his school system. Less than two weeks
> before Trayvon's death, the school system commended Chief Hurley for
> "decreasing school-related juvenile delinquency by an amazing 60% for
> the last six months of 2011." What was actually happening was that
> Crimes were not being reported, but instead mischaracterized as
> 'Disciplinary Infractions'.
> After video surveillance cameras caught Trayvon spraying graffiti,
> MDSPD Office Darryl Dunn searched his backpack, looking for the
> markers he was using. Officer Dunn found 12 pieces of women's jewelry
> and a man's watch, along with a heavy flathead screwdriver the officer
> described as a "burglary tool." The jewelry and watch, which Martin
> claimed he had gotten from a friend he refused to name, matched a
> description of items stolen during the October 2011 home robbery of a
> house on 204th Terrace, about a half-mile from the school. However,
> because of Chief Hurley's scheme "to lower the Arrest Rates," as a
> MDSPD sergeant revealed during an internal investigation, the stolen
> jewelry in Trayvon's possession was instead only listed as "found
> property" and was never reported to Miami-Dade Police who were
> investigating the robberies. Similarly, in February 2012 when an MDSPD
> officer caught Trayvon with a plastic bag containing marijuana, as
> well as a marijuana pipe, this was not treated as a crime, and instead
> he was merely suspended from class.
> These Crimes should have put Trayvon Martin into the custody of the
> Justice System. However, because of Chief Hurley's tricky scheme to
> spin the school Crime Statistics - according to sworn testimony,
> officers were "basically told to lie and falsify" reports - Trayvon
> wasn't arrested. If he had been arrested, he might never have been
> prowling around in Sanford after scoring the fixings for a 'Street
> Drug' (promethazine/codeine cough syrup, Soda & Skittles) the night of
> his fateful encounter with Zimmerman.
> In fact, the reason Zimmerman was suspicious of the hooded figure
> skulking around the townhouse community the night of the February 2012
> shooting was that there had been a rash of burglaries in the
> neighborhood since Trayvon had arrived so he called the Police.
> As for Chief Hurley's scam, it was the controversy over Trayvon's
> death that accidentally exposed it. In March 2012, the Miami Herald
> reported on Trayvon's criminal activities at Krop High. Chief Hurley
> then launched the Internal Affairs Investigation in an attempt to find
> out who had leaked information to reporters. During the course of the
> IA Investigation, MDSPD officers and supervisors desclosed Chief
> Hurley's policy of covering up Crimes by students. Chief Hurley was
> subsequently accused of Sexually Harassing two female subordinates. He
> resigned in disgrace in February, about a year after Trayvon Martin's
> death.

Hurley was fond of black pussy, see Deanna Fox-Williams, 2nd
from right.

http://theconservativetreehouse.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/miam
i-dade-schools-police-department.jpg?w=640&h=426

Also, Yewande Gibson.

http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/654*368/Yewande-Gibson.jpg

            

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