Trial Begins for Lincoln County Deputy Facing 22 Charges, Including Child Sex Abuse


AUGUSTA — Lincoln County Sheriff’s Deputy Kenneth Hatch III was a decorated officer by day but at night was a different person, a man who preyed on girls for his own sexual gratification.

That was the contention of Assistant Attorney General John Risler during his opening statements Monday morning for Hatch’s trial in Kennebec County Superior Court.

Hatch is charged with 22 criminal counts that are alleged to have occurred from September 1999 until January 2014 in Lincoln County.

Hatch has pleaded not guilty to all the charges and is free on bail. He remains on unpaid administrative leave from the sheriff’s office.

Hatch’s defense attorney Richard Elliott said in his opening statements that the case resulted from a false claim by one young girl who bragged that Hatch was the father of her child. The girl made the boast to show that she had someone inside the sheriff’s office, the defense attorney said.

Elliott said a paternity test proved that the girl’s claim was false and Hatch was not the father of the child. The defense attorney further said Hatch could not be the father because he never had sex with the girl.

The defense attorney repeatedly referred to the prosecution by the state as a “machine” and that it generated 22 charges in hopes that it could get even a few convictions. He said the charges by the state allege time frames so vague that it is impossible for his client to provide alibis.

Elliott said his client does not have to testify but that he will and denies all the accusations made by the state.
He said Hatch is a combat veteran who saw service in Kuwait City and is a veteran law enforcement officer.
Hatch was named its Deputy of the Year in 2015. He had previously been a detective sergeant but was demoted prior to these allegations being made publicly.

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Raddatz Promises to Discuss Menendez Trial, Only Gives it 16 Seconds

ABC’s Martha Raddatz was on a mission against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore on Sunday. After decrying skeptical Alabama voters for just not getting the message, she grilled White House Adviser Kellyanne Conway during This Week on if Moore should step aside. But no matter how many times Conway explained that she felt he should if the allegations were true, Raddatz insisted Conway was defending him. Conway called Raddatz out and pointed to the media’s double standard on ethics and failing to adequately report the corruption trial of Democratic New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez. Raddatz promised a full discussion later in the show, but it never came.

The two were discussing the allegations against Moore and the White House’s position for over four minutes before Conway brought up media’s hypocrisy on covering ethical scandals:

And we, already in this conversation, have probably spent more time talking about Roy Moore and this than we have talked about a Democratic United States senator who’s sitting in a federal courthouse as a criminal defendant in a trial. Has been indicted on some serious criminal counts and we can’t get coverage on it.

And Conway was right. According to a Media Research Center study comparing the coverage of Moore and Menendez, between their morning and evening newscasts, ABC had spent only one minute and 48 seconds on the Menendez corruption trial since it began on September 9 to November 10. Meanwhile, they spent nine minutes and 48 seconds on the Moore story in the 24 hours after the news broke.

And none of the network Sunday morning shows on November 12 thought to give the trial any time at all, even though the jury was deliberating.

We’ll be talking about that. We’ll be talking about that,” Raddatz said, brushing it aside. And once again, Conway condemned Moore for the allegations that he molested a 14-year-old girl:

I want to be very clear. I want to be very explicit here. I denounce that conduct and if the allegations are true, he should step aside. If they’re true about a lot of people, they ought to step aside. And some of them are probably holding office right now.

But Raddatz ignored her and brought up a tweet by Mitt Romney who said: “Innocent until proven guilty is for criminal convictions, not elections.” The Irony was lost on the ABC host because it could be argued that the same applied to the Menendez trail since his Democratic colleagues had been donating to his campaign.

As for the promised discussion on the corruption trial by Raddatz, it never happened. The only time it the trial was brought up again during the show was half-hearted questions posed to DNC Chairman Tom Perez in the seconds before a commercial break. “I’m going to quickly say: Corruption charges, the trial of New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez. If he’s found guilty, should he resign immediately,” she asked.

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Perez blew off the question because “we’ll wait and see what happens. The jury has not spoken yet.” Adding, “Well again, the jury has not spoken yet so I don’t like to answer what if questions.” Raddatz then quickly went to a commercial. Between her questions and his answers, that mention of the Menendez trial lasted a meager 16 seconds, and there was no panel discussion of it.

Her hypocrisy was on full display after that because she had grilled Conway for saying Moore should step aside “if” he was guilty.

Menendez was the first sitting U.S. senator to face a corruption trial since the 80s, and if found guilty he could face years in prison. But for Raddatz and the rest of the liberal media, they could barely be bothered to discuss it.

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Transcript below:

ABC
This Week
November 12, 2017
9:09:20 AM Eastern

(…)

KELLYANNE CONWAY: On this one, you’re talking about decades-long conduct. Allegations in the press. And we, already in this conversation, have probably spent more time talking about Roy Moore and this than we have talked about a Democratic United States senator who’s sitting in a federal courthouse as a criminal defendant in a trial. Has been indicted on some serious criminal counts and we can’t get coverage on it.

MARTHA RADDATZ: We’ll be talking about that. We’ll be talking about that.

CONWAY: I want to be very clear. I want to be very explicit here. I denounce that conduct and if the allegations are true, he should step aside. If they’re true about a lot of people, they ought to step aside. And some of them are probably holding office right now.

RADDATZ: Let me tell you what Mitt Romney tweeted this Friday. He said: “Innocent until proven guilty is for criminal convictions, not elections. I believe Leigh Corfman. Her account is too serious to ignore. Moore is unfit for office and should step aside.”

(…)

9:52:08 AM Eastern [Raddatz’s questions and Perez’s answers: 16 Seconds]

RADDATZ: I’m going to quickly say: Corruption charges, the trial of New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez. If he’s found guilty, should he resign immediately?

TOM PEREZ: We’ll wait and see what happens. The jury has not spoken yet.

RADDATZ: But should he resign if he’s found guilty?

PEREZ: Well again, the jury has not spoken yet so I don’t like to answer what if questions.

RADDATZ: Ok, thanks very much for joining us this morning.

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Brooklyn Cops Accused of Raping Prisoner Will Face Rare Departmental Trial Before Criminal Proceedings


In a rare move, the NYPD will internally try two Brooklyn cops accused of raping a prisoner — before their criminal trial takes place, the Daily News has learned.

Police Officers Edward Martins and Richard Hall are charged with raping and kidnapping an 18-year-old woman they picked up for drug possession in Brooklyn on Sept. 15.

Martins, 37, and Hall, 32, who have already been demoted from the rank of detective, say they had consensual sex with the teenager.

Typically, the NYPD holds off on taking disciplinary action until the conclusion of any criminal proceeding.

That’s done because when a cop is grilled by Internal Affairs, they are compelled to answer all questions under threat of termination, and anything the cop says can’t be used in a criminal case.

But Martins and Hall refused to answer any questions in their Internal Affairs interviews — so the NYPD set a Tuesday date in the department’s trial room.

The officers could conceivably quit before then — or not even show up for their trial.

“They know they’re f—-d,” one source said.

Their lawyers, who advised them not to talk to Internal Affairs, refused comment, though they previously questioned the validity of the victim’s account.

The woman’s attorney Michael David said the department can’t get rid of Martins and Hall soon enough.

“We’ve always called for their firing from the time this thing happened,” David said. “We felt they should have been fired immediately.

“(My client is) upset they are still out on bail,” he added. “She thinks this whole thing sends a very bad message.”

Prosecutors said Martins and Hall broke away from a buy-and-bust operation in Brighton Beach and drove to a Gravesend park, where they pulled over the victim’s car.

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[WATCH] Closing Arguments in Trial of NYPD Officer Charged in Brooklyn Road Rage Shooting


CYPRESS HILLS, Brooklyn – Closing arguments concluded Thursday in the trial of an NYPD officer accused of fatally shooting a man in an apparent case of road rage.

Surveillance video appears to show off-duty officer Wayne Isaacs shooting Delrawn Small as he approached his car in East New York in July 2016.

Isaacs took the stand in his own defense Wednesday.

His attorneys say he acted in self-defense.

Small’s widow will speak out after the closing arguments.
This is the first trial prosecuted by the New York Attorney General, who was appointed as special prosecutor in an executive order signed by the Governor for cases where unarmed civilians are killed by police officers.

Isaacs is charged with second-degree murder. He was a police officer in the 79th Precinct.

Authorities believe the officer and victim, a father of three, may have been engaged in a road rage incident for several blocks.

Isaacs faces 25 years to life in prison if convicted.

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Fiery Closing Arguments in Menendez Bribery Trial Draw Yawns from Nets

This is what bribery looks like,” declared federal prosecutor J.P. Cooney on Thursday was the closing arguments in the long-running corruption trial of Democratic New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez. The trial had seen contentious exchanges between the defense and the judge, claims of a lack of impartiality, and requests for the case to be thrown and for a mistrial to be declared. The closing arguments themselves were just as fiery, but just as with the rest of the trial, the Big Three Networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) pretended it didn’t happen.

Since day one, the network evening news shows have not touched the story at. As the Media Research Center’s Mike Ciandella recently reported about the network’s preference for Robert Mueller indictments over Menendez:

But the networks aren’t opposed to covering political scandals – as long as the scandal doesn’t involve their political allies. On the night of October 30 alone, these three evening news broadcasts spent a total of 33 minutes and 9 seconds combined covering the indictments handed out by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. These indictments are obviously news, but the fact that the networks could spend more than half an hour in one night on this story and not a single second in nearly two months on Menendez shows a blatant bias.

And a CNN report following the day in court showed just how appealing the story should be for them to cover. “Prosecutors accuse Menendez of pressuring high-level officials in the Obama administration and other career diplomats to help Melgen resolve his business disputes in exchange for political contributions,” Laura Jarrett wrote. “A luxurious hotel suite at the Park Hyatt in Paris, and free rides on Melgen’s private jet that Menendez failed to report on his Senate disclosure form.

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In his argument to the jury on Thursday, federal prosecutor J.P. Cooney described Menendez and the “personal U.S. Senator” of Dr. Salomon Melgen, the Florida eye doctors alleged to be the financier of the bribery scheme. “Robert Menendez may have been elected to represent New Jersey, but Robert Menendez chose instead to represent the wealthy doctor from Florida,” he said. “This is what bribery looks like.

Year after year, form after form, lie after lie, Sen. Menendez was determined to hide all the evidence. He was determined to stop this day — the day a jury in the court of law would get to determine the evidence and decide the truth,” Cooney added.

And from Menendez’s defense attorney, Kirk Ogrosky came accusations of lying directed at the prosecution. “They’re lying to you, they’re making up a story and trying to get the evidence to fit their story,” he asserted. “Think about what these prosecutors have done, it’s actually pretty terrifying.

They have no evidence of a bribe, no evidence of a corrupt agreement, no evidence of a conspiracy, no witness, no document, no email, no text message, no nothing,” Ogrosky explained to the jury.

Menendez was the first sitting U.S. senator to be in a corruption trial since the 1980’s and the trial proceedings had the hallmarks of a juicy must see courtroom drama, but the liberal networks refused to highlight any corruption accusations against their political allies. And in recent days they’ve proved they’re more interested in speculating about Trump legal future and not that of the Senator in the corruption trial.

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CBS, NBC Lament Trump Affecting Bergdahl Trial, Omit Taliban Praise

Monday was supposed to be the sentencing hearing for Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, but his lawyer motioned to dismiss the case and asserted that President Trump’s critical comments during the 2016 election swayed the military court. Both CBS Evening News and NBC Nightly News seemed to buy into the claims as they lamented how the admitted deserter would have to wait until Wednesday to learn his fate. They also omitted his praise for his Taliban captors.

A former American P.O.W. must now wait longer to learn if he’ll spend the rest of his life in prison,” announced NBC anchor Lester Holt sounding a bit shocked. “A military judge delayed sentencing for Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl to Wednesday to determine whether public comments from President Trump impacted the case.” Only then, did Holt note that Bergdahl had pled guilty to the charges before ending the news brief.

Roughly half of CBS’s 31-second news brief was made up of anchor Anthony Mason whining about Trump’s perceived influence on the trial. “Bergdahl’s lawyer argued the case should be dismissed, claiming comments by President Trump made a fair trial impossible. While campaigning, the Mr. Trump called Bergdahl, quote: ‘a dirty, rotten traitor,’” Mason reported.

None of them stopped and questioned how Bergdahl got an “unfair trial” if he pled guilty to the charges against him.

Both of these network evening newscasts failed to mention that Bergdahl had actually praised the Taliban for treating him better than the U.S., over the weekend. In an interview with The Times of London, the deserter said: “At least the Taliban were honest enough to say, ‘I’m the guy who’s gonna cut your throat.’ Here it could be the guy I pass in the corridor who’s going to sign the paper that sends me away for life.

During Monday’s CBS This Morning, reporter Demarco Morgan had actually read that quote as he was wrapping up his report before the hearing, but Mason didn’t seem to think it was important enough to mention. NBC’s Today also ran a news brief and there too they omitted Bergdahl’s sick praise for the enemy.

Their omission of the facts came as they spent the previous week ignoring a large part of the controversy that was Bergdahl’s release. Sure, they would note how there was controversy to the prisoner swap, but they would leave it at that.

There was zero mention of how the Obama administration acted as though Bergdahl was a war hero that was finally free and coming home. In exchange for the deserter, Obama released five dangerous terrorists.

Transcripts below:

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CBS Evening News
October 23, 2017
6:36:09 – 6:36:40 PM Eastern [31 seconds]

ANTHONY MASON: Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl’s sentencing trial got under way at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Bergdahl was held by the Taliban for five years. Last week he pleaded guilty to desertion and misbehavior before the enemy, which could put him behind bars for life. Bergdahl’s lawyer argued the case should be dismissed, claiming comments by President Trump made a fair trial impossible. While campaigning, the Mr. Trump called Bergdahl, quote: “a dirty, rotten traitor.”

NBC Nightly News
October 23, 2017
7:15:31 – 7:15:51 PM Eastern [19 Seconds]

LESTER HOLT: A former American P.O.W. must now wait longer to learn if he’ll spend the rest of his life in prison. A military judge delayed sentencing for Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl to Wednesday to determine whether public comments from President Trump impacted the case. Bergdahl pleaded guilty to desertion and misbehavior before the enemy.

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Mesa Police Officer Charged With Fatally Shooting Man to Start Trial


PHOENIX — The trial for a former Mesa police officer who was charged with second-degree murder after shooting an unarmed Texas man to death last year is set to begin on Monday.

Philip “Mitch” Brailsford will be on trial for fatally shooting Daniel Shaver at the La Quinta Inn and Suites near Superstition Springs Boulevard and the US 60 in Mesa in January of last year.

The shooting occurred after Brailsford and other Mesa officers were called to the hotel after reports came in of a suspect pointing a rifle out of a room window.

The officers then surrounded the room and ordered Shaver and a female suspect to exit. The woman complied and was arrested, but Shaver allegedly made a movement toward his waistline.

At this point, Brailsford allegedly opened fire, hitting Shaver five times and killing him.

No weapons were recovered from Shaver’s body, but officers found two pellet rifles in the hotel room, which they later determined were related to his pest control job, police said.

Brailsford was charged with second-degree murder in Shaver’s death in March. Maricopa County Bill Montgomery said at the time that the “use of deadly physical force was not justified in this instance.”

According to a police report released shortly after Brailsford’s arrest, Shaver allegedly said “please don’t shoot me” while sobbing and appearing panicked before he was fatally shot.

Maricopa County prosecutors and Mesa police declined to release video of the shooting from Brailsford’s body camera, saying that releasing the video could could have affected potential jurors in the case.

Media outlets argued for the video’s release, saying it is public record. Shaver’s widow, Laney Sweet, also wanted prosecutors to let her see the video. The judge denied Sweet’s request.

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Broward Deputy With Troubled History Faces Civil Trial in Police Dog-Bite Case


FLORIDA – Broward Sheriff’s deputy, accused multiple times of brutality, will be back in court again Monday to face a civil suit that accuses him of letting his police dog attack a suspect for up to 20 minutes.

Deputy Gerald Wengert, known as Jerry, became well known when he and one of his dogs were featured in the past on the TV reality show “Unleashed: K-9 Broward County.”

Attorneys for Reginald Chatman are seeking $135,000 in compensation and damages for dog-bite injuries to his left hip, knee and leg during a 2014 arrest in Tamarac.

Wengert denies any wrongdoing.

Chatman admits he was high on cocaine and Ecstasy when he stole about $30 worth of items from a CVS and then pushed deputies and ran off when they tried to question him.

Wengert and his police dog at the time, Diesel, were called to the scene and found Chatman hiding in a bush.

The three-day jury trial, which starts Monday in federal court in Miami, is focused on one very narrow issue: the length of time that Wengert allowed the highly trained dog to bite and latch on to Chatman’s leg.

Chatman says he made it clear that he was surrendering to law enforcement as soon as Diesel bit him.

“[Wengert used] excessive force when he maliciously and sadistically released his K-9 unit [dog] on Chatman and allowed the K-9 unit to continue the attack for an inhumane length of time,” the lawsuit alleges.

Chatman says the dog bit him for 15 to 20 minutes while Wengert says it was only a matter of seconds, court records show. Chatman concedes he was legally arrested and that Wengert was entitled to use the police dog to catch him.

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Transsexual Now On Trial For Raping 10 Year Old Girl In The Girls’ Bathroom

There’s a special place in fiery pits of hell for people who molest children. There’s also a special place for those who make provisions for such molesting (see Minnesota Schools to ‘Segregate’ Students Uncomfortable with Trans Bathrooms. and PRIORITIES: Berkeley to Charge Millions in Student Fees for… Transgender Bathrooms).

Remember when we told you passing bathroom bills to allow trannies in the stalls next to your daughters, nieces, and grandchildren would lead to terrible things? Uh huh. Well, this tranny raped a 10-year-old girl in a bathroom. A girls’ bathroom.

The trial for Miguel Martinez, who goes by the name Michelle, began on Monday, the Billings Gazette reported. Martinez allegedly invited the young girl into the bathroom with him where he allegedly fondled the girl’s breasts and genitalia, before penetrating her. The girl told police that “it hurt inside” and she started to cry, the Casper Star Tribune reported.

Nurses at a nearby medical center “completed a sexual assault exam and found redness and abrasions on the girl’s genitalia,” according to the Gazette’s report.

Martinez told police that the girl had been “talking crap” and dismissed the accusations as a “publicity stunt,” according to local reports.

Okay, firstly to the people who’ll say “But, but, he took her into the bathroom! He wasn’t already in there! See, see, trannies in bathroom laws haven’t changed a darn thing!”

Stop it. He’s a man who dresses like a woman. Which, right now, means he’s in a protected class of people. He’s also a predator who uses his protected class to get close to children. And he’s using his ability, as a member of a protected class, to enter a place the left says he should have every right to enter. In this case, a girls’ bathroom. The absense of laws here isn’t comforting.

Would this have happened regardless of the recent passing of bathroom laws? Hard to say. People break laws all the time, despite the existence of those laws. But when we raised concerns over men in stalls next to girls, the left poo-pooed us, calling us hateful bigots.

Yet here we are.

So maybe, just maybe, we shouldn’t make it any easier for sexual predators to be sexual predators. By erasing laws for the sake of social justice causes. Good idea?

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