Last week Suffolk County District Attorney decided to randomly publish a list of 136 cops in Massachusetts whose “past conduct she says means their evidence could be questionable.”
Proud to announce the Law Enforcement Automatic Discovery (LEAD) Database. As members of law enforcement, we are held to a higher standard. We cannot adequately perform our duties if the community does not trust us or believes that we lack integrity.https://t.co/cEraRSrLQ8
— DA Rachael Rollins (@DARollins) September 26, 2020
There’s really only one reason to put out a list like this – to make the public distrust police. And the only people who have any interest in even looking at a list like this are failed softcore porn stars who once lived with Brian Riccio and hate the cops because they arrested them for selling meth and got them sent to jail for a bit like Antifa white nationalist Lauren Pespisa.
The timing was certainly interesting, in that she chose to release this list the day after the Breonna Taylor non-indictment was announced. Almost as if democrats enjoy throwing fuel on already blazing fires by encouraging people to distrust the police.
Here’s the thing though – dozens of cops on that list haven’t been cops for years. One of them is former State Trooper Leigha Genduso, who basically took the fall for a corrupt system that hired her despite knowing full well that they had previously investigated her and turned her into a state’s witness against her ex-boyfriend pot dealer. The Boston Herald chose to highlight her in their story.
Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins has put out a list of 136 police officers whose past conduct she says means their evidence could be questionable, including 54 current or former Boston cops — and a wide range of people connected to various State Police scandals, like former State Police Col. Richard McKeon Jr., Leigha Genduso and a raft of staties from the crooked old Troop E.
The timing is certainly interesting there too, considering Leigha and her dog were basically our Antifa repellant while peacefully protesting Monica Cannon-Grant’s racism at Boston Police Headquarters last week.
I’m sure this picture didn’t do her any favors.
If you fell asleep for a year and haven’t kept up with Turtleboy I’m sure that picture can be a little confusing since we first reported on that story almost 3 years ago. We had an intervention 6 months ago, and I explained then that my primary beef with that story wasn’t necessarily her, but the organization tied to several other scandals (MSP) that played dumb and took no responsibility for hiring her in the first place.
Monica Cannon-Grant recognized her at the protest.
No you fat cow, we were there to protect a black woman’s honor – Rayla Campbell – after she was threatened for “riding white penis for a credit score” by MCG.
Leigha showed me a lot that day, which is exactly why in my opinion they chose to put her on this list. They could’ve put any of the Boston cops who were recently exposed in an overtime scandal, since that’s actually recent and they still have their jobs. But instead they brought up someone who hasn’t been a trooper in years, and for what? If the goal is to expose the public to problematic cops who have abused the public’s trust then there’s no reason to include people who aren’t cops anymore. This is nothing more than a hit job and a warning to anyone who wants to associate with Turtleboy.
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