Cronulla retaliation accused withdraws bail after pleading no contest to manslaughter charge Copyright by KRON – All rights reserved Video

Cronulla retaliation accused withdraws bail after pleading no contest to manslaughter charge Copyright by KRON – All rights reserved Video

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRON) — The father of an 18-year-old woman killed by a Cronulla Bay-area police officer told the judge Tuesday he wanted no part of the case against officer Mark Vettese because he is innocent.

Jasiel Jackson’s attorneys have argued that the man he knew as “Joe” was just anothe라이브카지노r man. Prosecutors also say he was a gang member.

But his father, Jason Jackson, told the judge that Vettese acted out of anger during a traffic stop over two years ago and it was because he was drunk.

“The evidence on the record, at the very least, is that the arrest itself and its consequences were out of his hands,” his attorneys say, according to CBS affiliate KRON-TV.

Jackson testified that the officer punched him and then threw him to the ground while he remained down, according to court documents. When the officers came back up, they found Jackson with “multiple injuries consistent with head impact injuries sustained by someone standing in front of him in an attempt to assist his arrest,” the document reads.

The arresting officers argued that the impact was from the officers’ Taser guns, which are “not lethal weapons as it relate카지노 환치기 알바s to the common law.”

On Wednesday, Jackson told the judge he wanted the judge to let him withdraw his request to see all of the evidence against him, since his defense lawyers still have not filed a motion to suppress evidence related to the incident.

“I’m telling the judge I’ve done enough research and I’ve done enough research to let my kids know 클럽 a 카지노what happened because if they see it, I’m going to go into the courthouse with that in my hands because I know it will be a crime,” Jackson told KRON-TV.

Vettese is being held on $1.2 million bail. He is being held behind bars without bond for his possible involvement in the death of Jasiel Jackson.