In 2001, when he was 18, he was with a group of four other people who attacked a police officer in Queens, a law enforcement official said, speaking on the condition of anonymity to describe the case, which has been sealed. Wearing brass knuckles, Mr. Bonds punched and kicked the officer, the official said.
So what happened next? Was Bonds tried for aggravated assault? Was he charged with a hate crime for trying to kill a police officer?
Of course he wasn’t. It’s not clear he was charged with any crime. It’s not clear why the case was sealed. And the media, which is laboring to humanize Bonds by writing about his childhood and his feelings and his traumas and his mental state, even before the murdered officer is laid to rest, is entirely uninterested in finding out why the cop-killer pummeled another cop—with brass knuckles—and apparently got away with it 16 years ago.
.. and an army of journalists to bury the real story
It takes a village to kill a cop…
July 7, 2017 By BombThrowers — Tina Trent
Repeat offender Alexander Bonds pulled the trigger that killed NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia, but he didn’t get there alone. Throughout his life, Bonds was abetted by judges and other people in government who did everything in their power to keep him out of prison, no matter what he did to deserve being in prison.
They also gave him unknown quantities of tax dollars to subsidize his criminal lifestyle, pried from hard-working citizens and their families. That’s a story nobody ever tells.
Only Alexander Bonds knows how many crimes Alexander Bonds committed before stepping up to a police truck and assassinating Officer Familia. Few in the media seem interested in even trying to piece together his criminal record. Bonds used multiple aliases. His sealed…
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