Suzanna Chevalier

Rookie (4-18-1966 / Elizabeth, New Jersey)

COMPARING 911 TAPES TO POLICE REPORT


I think it is sad that a biased sheriff
can put an innocent in jail without evidence
So why not compare the 911 tapes and a written analysis?
Comparing the written police reports and 911 tapes
you would find discrepancies that very same date.
Right then and there you will see their written word is a lie
this is something the American people should demand
and WE shouldn’t be denied.
For the lady who set me up
Lied on the 911 tapes and the police report.
She knew me before and she wasn’t getting in her car
She came towards me screaming
with her boyfriend by my right arm.
If we are to be the Country that is so Great
let’s put our money where it is needed
before it is too late.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 12, 2013
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Written by SC Chevalier on May 30,2013

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