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Undocumented Immigrant Shoots At State Trooper And Dog, Gets Acquitted On Intent But Guilty On Assault, Still In America Despite Previous Prison Sentence And ICE Monitoring
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Read this story on Masslive the other day about an undocumented immigrant shooting a Springfield police officer, and it just got more and more insane the longer I read:
A jury late Friday acquitted Mohamed Fofanah of armed assault with intent to murder in a case where he was charged with shooting at a state police trooper. After deliberating for about three hours, the jury found Fofanah, 36, of Hartford, guilty of assault with a dangerous weapon, with the victim being the trooper, David Stucenski. The jury also found Fofanah guilty of carrying a firearm without a license (subsequent offense), carrying a loaded firearm, possessing a firearm with a defaced serial number, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and leaving the scene of a property damage accident.
Wait…..what? The jury found him guilty of A&B for using a gun to shoot a cop. But they also found him not guilty of armed assault with intent to murder the cop he shot? Oh yea, that makes tons of sense. It’s not like you can kill someone using a gun. I’m sure his intent wasn’t to murder him when he shot a gun at him. Definitely.
Jurors acquitted Fofanah on two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon. He had been accused of pointing a gun at two civilians following him in a car after they witnessed an auto accident involving Fofanah’s car. And jurors acquitted Fofanah of mistreating or interfering with a police dog. Stucenski had testified when his canine partner Frankie jumped Fofanah, Fofanah punched Frankie with a close fist and choked him until Frankie got free and got a different hold on Fofanah. Fofanah was treated for bite wounds. Sentencing is set for Monday before Hampden Superior Court Judge John S. Ferrara.
This GED-bag punched a dog too? Kill it with fire!!
Stucenski testified Fofanah fired a shot at him in the early morning hours of April 30, 2016, in the city’s South End. Stucenski said Fofanah was 15 to 20 feet away when he fired and missed. Fofanah fired the gun when Frankie was “just about” on top of of the suspect. Andrew M. Klyman, Fofanah’s lawyer, said his client was not firing at the trooper with the intent to harm him. He asked jurors to listen to the testimony about the actions of Stucenski and, more importantly, the actions of Frankie.
Oh yea, I know I shoot at a lot of people without “intent to harm” them.
Schmidt said a civilian called 911 after seeing a motorist crash into several vehicles and then leave his car off West Columbus Avenue. Stucenski testified he was responding to a dispatch about the incident. He said Fofanah walked toward him under an underpass. The trooper said Fofanah didn’t respond to repeated orders to stop, even when Stucenski warned that he would release his canine.
“Canine Frankie is much faster than I am,” Stucenski said, saying the dog was running toward Fofanah when Fofanah took a gun from his waistband and “fired directly at me.”
The fact that a jury took the word of a a shitbag chudstuffer over a State Trooper tells you everything you need to know about the damage that black lives matter has done to the way the public views police officers.
But wait, it gets better….
Stucenski said at that point he didn’t have his own gun out. When Fofanah was arrested, a Massachusetts State Police spokesman said he was an undocumented immigrant who now stands to be deported.
Oh good, another undocumented immigrant who is being protected and harbored by state (Connecticut) that’s run by SJW’s.
State police said that a records check of Fofanah revealed he is a “deportable felon,” based on felony offenses committed in Connecticut. As a result of his arrest in Springfield, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement was contacted and has filed a detainer against Fofanah.
A deportable felon? Pretty sure anyone who is here illegally and commits a crime should be deported. Turtleboy has zero problem with the Honduran cleaning lady who fled oppression and is minding her own business, not bothering anyone, trying to make a new life for her family in America. But once you get arrested for anything, you’re out of here. This shouldn’t be controversial. You had your chance to make it in America. You chose to be a shitbag instead. Goodbye.
I’m sure he’s been on his best behavior since coming her illegally though, right?
According to state police spokesman David Procopio, Fofanah is from Sierra Leone. At the time of his arrest, he was wearing an electronic monitoring bracelet, and had previously been identified by ICE for deportation, Procopio said. According to Connecticut court records, Fofanah was sentenced in 2010 to five years in prison for criminal possession of a firearm. The sentence was to be suspended after 30 months, and he was released on probation in December 2013.
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