Being a vocal critic of police can cost you you life, as we see time and again in America, as men are murdered, incarcerated, or otherwise “framed” by the day. What’s one man’s life versus all of those DVIC dollars that can be had from crying wolf all the time anyways? Such is the social cost-benefit analyses of police states financed by international organized crime.
Related Story: The criminal and civil conspiracy against Ted White, loving father, and his 15.5 million dollar settlement thanks to the diligence and vigorous defense of his attorney’s Loevy and Loevy, civil rights law
Many years ago, I wrote about the strange and horrifying case of Ted White, and we corresponded awhile as his case was on appeal. Mr. White was in prison at the time, and he was hopeful that his case would be a victory, as the facts were so disturbing; and the case so classically “police state” that any citizen should have been horrified- but most had never heard of Ted White, and so, I lent my voice to the voiceless.
I no longer have the email’s to that correspondence, as the entire account disappeared- my email, —[email protected]_______ was literally hacked, and then, scrubbed from the web. And, I lost touch with Ted, as my life was then a free-for all of “black operations” aka OGS, which I have written about elsewhere.
So, to targeted individuals of organized gang stalking- keep in mind that you are targeted because you have guts-or as we used to say before testosterone became dangerous and unfashionable, “you have coglione’s.” And- NEVER SETTLE low. I did that once, and have come to regret it.
In Ted’s case, they tried to get him to settle cheap (and while it is a nice idea to not sue, or to try to save the taxpayers some money after these GS activities ‘see the light’ of a curt room- keep in mind that the taxpayers are willfully complicit by allowing these GS human garbage to continue what they do with impunity and immunity. So NEVER SETTLE LOW.)
From Loevy and Loevy, civil rights law:
There were several efforts to settle the case. Just before trial, McCallister floated an offer of about $11 million, but was countered with a $1.3 million offer.
During the trial, an economist testifying for White said that he had suffered economic damages and incurred legal fees of more than $1.6 million since he began fighting the case in 1998.
Even as jury selection began, both sides considered settling the case for $4 million, but that deal also fell through.
And finally, here are the basics of Ted’s case, and of his 15.5 million dollar settlement paid out by taxpayers because one lying cop was banging a man’s wife, and manipulating his children (head [email protected] them). This goes on EVERY DAY in America, because in America, everything is “for the children” of course.
The curious case of the pedofication and the policing of Ted White, from CopBlock.com
Last year I wrote about Ted White and his five year nightmare. Mr. White spent five years in prison after a police officer, who was sleeping with his wife, perjured himself in court. The officer’s testimony helped secure to Mr. White’s wrongful conviction for child molestation. Mr. White was eventually exonerated and released after it was learned that the prosecution knew of the the officer’s affair with Mr. White’s wife and that the prosecution was most likely complicit in the perjury.
After his release Mr. White filed a lawsuit against the city of Lee’s Summit Missouri, the chief of police, and the officer himself, Detective Richard McKinley. In 2006, as part of a settlement that would remove the city from the lawsuit, Lee’s Summit city government agreed to pay “any final judgment entered by the court in favor of White”, which indemnified Detective McKinley. In 2008 the court ruled that McKinley had violated White’s due process rights by withholding evidence. The court awarded White almost $16 million. Lee’s Summit then refused to pay. Lee’s Summit’s mayor, Randy Rhoads, said that “Despite an indemnification agreement which removed the city as a defendant in this case, it has been determined after an extensive review that paying for any damages would be a violation of city ordinances.” Rhoads went on to say that when the agreement was signed there was no way to know that the verdict would rule that McKinley violated White’s Constitutional rights and that “In light of the verdict, it’s unlawful under ordinance for the city to indemnify the defendant, Lee’s Summit city ordinances specifically state that if a city employee violates the rights of another person, the city shall not indemnify that employee.”
Ted White celebrating settlement with friend. Earlier this this year, U.S. District Judge Nanette Laughrey threatened Lee’s Summit with a crime fraud hearing if they did not pay up. The city of Lee’s Summit has now changed course and has agreed to a settlement of $15.5 million. Mr. White will finally get some justice, but what he really wants is his children back in his life. He has not seen them since his ordeal began.
When speaking of of moving on, Mr. White said “There is no room in a person’s heart for hate or revenge, so true forgiveness was the only way for me to take back control of my life…The detective stole my children — how hard is that for me to get past that? I haven’t seen them for years. They are worth more to me than $15 million… I used to pray for that man to take care of my children, and he was the one who put me in jail.”