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July 21, 2015 -- Ohio's Attorney General wants to keep a convicted cop killer on death row.

Quisi Bryan had been sentenced to death for the senseless murder of a dedicated police officer in 2000. A federal judge, however, ordered a new trial.

News reports say Bryan killed Cleveland Police Officer Wayne Leon during a routine traffic stop.

• The murder occurred 14 years before the media began hyping the Michael Brown shooting.

Black thugs killing white cops has been a perennial problem in the United States as long as there have been black thugs and white cops.

• The  mainstream Marxist media offered no complaint regarding the high cost of new trial nor did it solicit sympathy from the public by parading the victim's family as was done in the deaths of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown.

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An order from a federal judge to grant a convicted cop killer a new trial will be appealed by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, his office announced on Monday. Quisi Bryan, who was sentenced to death in the 2000 murder of Cleveland Police Officer Wayne Leon, had a new trial granted by U.S. District Judge James Carr on Thursday.

"I strongly disagree with the federal court's order for a new trial," said DeWine in a written statement. "This defendant viciously took the life of an innocent law enforcement officer, leaving the officer's children without a father and his wife without a husband. My office will fight to keep this murderer on death row for this senseless crime."

In August of 2000, a Cuyahoga County grand jury indicted Bryan on three counts of aggravated murder, two counts of attempted murder and multiple counts of firearms-related offenses.

Police said Bryan was pulled over by Leon on June 25, 2000, and that Bryan pulled a gun and shot the officer in the face.

Investigators located Bryan and his girlfriend in Columbus the following day.

In February of 2001, Bryan was found guilty of aggravated murder, attempted murder, attempted robbery, possessing weapons under disability, carrying a concealed weapon, tampering with evidence, theft.

Citing case Batson v. Kentucky, 476 U.S. 79 (1986), it was claimed the prosecution removed potential black jurors from the jury pool, “by using a peremptory strike to remove an African-American from the venire.”

Bryan, 44, has been incarcerated at the Chillicothe Correctional Institution since Feb. 27, 2001.

In 2007, Bryan was later found guilty of impersonating a police officer and two counts each of sexual battery and abduction.

In March of 2014, Bryan was found guilty of rape and kidnapping.

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