DAILYKENN.com -- Richard Reynolds will spend the rest of his life in prison without parole.
Reynolds appealed his conviction of murdering Waterbury, Conn. Police Officer Walter Williams in 1992. Reynolds managed to escape the death penalty.
The Connecticut Supreme Court upheld Reynolds conviction. The decision was reported June 17, 2016.
Williams died about 15 hours after being shot in the head while on a routine patrol in "in a drug-plagued neighborhood," a media code phrase meaning "black neighborhood."
Reports say Williams was found by a neighbor lying in the street. He had been shot once behind the left ear; his gun was still in his holster.
The victim was only 34 years old.
We wonder why the national media exaggerates news stories of black males being killed by police officers but ignores stories of cops being murdered by black thugs.
Apparently the media is attempted to create a psychotic false reality in which police oppress black males who are nearly always portrayed as the victims of police.
Reynolds is black. His victim was white.
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