Today’s posts are somewhat police-heavy, and for that I apologize, but all three of these stories are important enough to be posted on the same day. This story, sadly, if by far the worst of the three.
Remember Ella French, the Chicago police officer who was shot and killed in her first few years on the job? Well, you would think the despicable Chicago Police Department would let her rest in peace, but no, that trait is not combined in their collective DNA.
A civilian oversight agency for the Chicago Police Department last week released a report from its review of a February 2019 police raid, which recommended a three-day suspension for police officer Ella French, who was killed in August during a traffic stop.
President of the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police, John Catanzara, was upset with the Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA) for including French’s name following her death.
“This is the latest example of why that agency has zero credibility in the eyes of every CPD officer,” Catanzara told WGN. “We demand an apology immediately for the intentional harm caused to Ella’s family, friends and co-workers.”
Most big cities have civilian offices of accountability, and most of them are comprised of far-left clowns who hate the police. Ella is dead, so what good does it do to smear her name after she’s gone?
The COPA report reviewed the Feb. 21, 2019 police raid involving French, where Young, 50, was undressing for bed when police officers busted through her front door to execute a search warrant that was actually for a suspect living several houses away, according to Fox 32 Chicago.
Young was handcuffed before she could get dressed as police searched her home for the suspect.
Following French’s death, Young said French was the only officer who showed “dignity or respect,” as she removed the handcuffs and turned off her body camera to allow Young to get dressed, according to her lawsuit against the city.
So the woman who filed the lawsuit said the only person who treated her with respect was Ella French, and still the COPA, the Chicago P.D., and the city of Chicago still thought it was a good idea to drag Ella French’s name through the mud.
This is by far the most disgusting story I have ever read.