When cops go feral citizens are not even secure in their lives let alone their papers and possessions.
Read now this tale of a cop with a gun and a badge who breaks into the home of a dedicated medical professional and murders her with “multiple gunshots”. She had over 20 years to repent of her crime or even find another line of work.
Remember, “only police and military can be trusted with weapons”.
No doubt these allegations are just the result of a clerical error and will eventually lead to the arrest of the real murderer.
The grisly excerpt:
LAPD detective arrested in ’86 slaying of her ex-boyfriend’s wife
CASE: DNA pointed to suspect.
By Tony Castro, Gregory J. Wilcox and Dana Bartholomew firstname.lastname@example.org 818-713-3761 Staff Writers
A veteran Los Angeles police detective was arrested Friday in the 1986 Van Nuys killing of her ex-boyfriend’s wife, cracking a cold case packed with the love-triangle twists and forensic drama of a television cop show.
Stephanie Ilene Lazarus, 49, of Simi Valley, was arrested at LAPD headquarters where she worked and booked on suspicion of beating and fatally shooting Sherri Rae Rasmussen, 29, a hospital nursing director.
The slaying occurred on Feb. 24, 1986, at the Van Nuys condominium where Rasmussen lived with her husband of three months, John Ruetten.
The LA Weekly described Lazarus as “a serious Tyne Daly look-alike a la the “Cagney & Lacey” television series.
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