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Analysis posted Jul 09 2012, 8:09 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Cops Hunt Down & Fatally Shoot Teen Who Stole Their Pizza

Chris | InformationLiberation

Now they're being charged with voluntary manslaughter.

Via CBS:
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office has filed numerous charges, including voluntary manslaughter, against two former police officers in connection with a fatal shooting in 2008.

DA Seth Williams is following the recommendations of a grand jury which spent nearly two years investigating the case against 39-year-old Chauncey Ellison, Sr. and his ex girlfriend, 44-year-old Robin Fortune.

Both officers were off-duty on November 17, 2008 when they drove around in search of a local teen who had stolen a pizza from the couple’s two sons.

They found the suspect on the 1900 block of Renovo Street in front of Lawrence Allen’s home.

Williams says when Ellison drew his gun, Allen stepped in and tried to be a peacemaker.

“He actually said to Sgt. Ellison, ‘why do you have a gun out? All this over a pizza? I will give you money for the pizza. Let’s just calm all this down’.”

But witnesses told the grand jury that Ellison, who was egged on by his enraged girlfriend, shot Allen once in the back. The victim died nearly three months later.

Ellison faces 33-and-a-half to 67 years behind bars. Fortune is looking at charges of reckless endangerment and conspiracy and could go to prison for a minimum of 11 years.
If they were willing to kill a man for stealing their pizza, what did they do as police officers?





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Nickel's2bits

Posted: Jul 09 2012, 7:17 PM

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97104 To me, this seems like a pretty open and shut case of second degree murder; depending on exact details, it could even be premeditated first.

Voluntary manslaughter and reckless endangerment? Pah! And they say the system isn't skewed...
yarply

Posted: Jul 09 2012, 8:17 PM

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75131 Like the kid said, All this over a pizza? I have no words to express my contempt for someone who would shoot someone in the back in such a manner. They should both be charged with first degree murder. They both went with intent to kill. Proven by him drawing his gun and her egging him on. Premeditated. Plus they are so called authority figures and used a firearm in the commission of a crime. Thats a mandatory life sentence isn't it?
Anonymous

Posted: Jul 09 2012, 9:12 PM

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7513 Bet that trailer park slug never steals another pizza again.
Anonymous

Posted: Jul 10 2012, 10:29 AM

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19948 You don't even want to know what they did to the kid who stole their Twizzlers...
Bob Mc

Posted: Jul 10 2012, 2:21 PM

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68107 Headline is incorrect, the guy who was shot did not steal the pizza.

http://www.metro.us/philadelphia/local/article/1147101--grand-jury-ex-officer-told-other-officer-to-pop-slain-peacemaker-during-dispute-over-pizza

"Former sergeant Chauncey Ellison Sr., 39, who was off-duty at the time, allegedly shot Allen in the back, severing his spinal cord, on Nov. 17 as Allen tried to quash an argument sparked when his friend Demetrius "Meaty" Haywood, then 16, stole a pizza from the two 14-year-old sons of Ellison and Ellison's girlfriend, former officer Robin Fortune, 44"
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