'War On Cops': Cop Stages Fake Shootout, Sets Own Cruiser On Fire, Calls In Bomb Threat to SchoolChris Menahan | InformationLiberation
Nov. 23, 2015
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I've said it before, I'll say it again: the only war on cops is the one they're waging against themselves.
Last week I covered 5 cases in the last few months all cited to justify the idea there's a "war on cops," all of them were proven to be staged hoaxes whereby the officers faked threats against themselves for personal advancement.
All were then ignored by the media and politicians who fanned the flames of the fake "war on cops."
Now we have another case out of Millis, Massachusets, where 24-year-old officer Bryan Johnson, who kicked off a manhunt back in September when he said he was fired at in his cruiser, is being accused by police of fabricating the entire event, shooting up his own cruiser, and then setting it on fire.
Additionally, the state now believes Johnson called in a bomb threat to a local high school on the same day.
Johnson was fired over the shooting incident but plead not guilty, he's now been indicted for addition charges of calling in a bomb threat to a school, misleading a criminal investigation, discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a dwelling, filing a false police report, and willful and malicious destruction of property.
I'm sure we'll find out he's entirely innocent.
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