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Posted: 10/1/2007 1:59:45 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/9/2007 5:49:59 PM EST by FAIL-SAFE]
Trial Begins In Slaying Of Dallas Police Officer



03:03 PM CDT on Monday, October 1, 2007



By JENNIFER EMILY / The Dallas Morning News







Officer Brian Jackson


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DALLAS — Testimony is under way in the capital murder trial of Juan Lizcano, who is accused of killing Dallas police officer Brian Jackson.


In opening statements, lead prosecutor Patrick Kirlin laid out a detailed summary of the night Officer Jackson was killed in Nov. 2005.


He alleged that Lizcano shot Jackson when police responded to a domestic disturbance at the home of Lizcano's ex-girlfriend.


Officer Jackson was searching for Lizcano when he was shot.


In her brief opening statement, defense attorney Brook Busbee said the defense would call witnesses that "may cast an entirely different light" on the case against Lizcano.


She did not elaborate.


Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty if Lizcano is convicted.




Just killing the cops Americans dont want to kill, huh?

Why has it taken almost two years for this to even go to trial?


I remember where I was when this occurred. The Hun Farm. It was a Sunday.


Link Posted: 10/2/2007 8:49:32 AM EST
It is about the normal time frame for Dallas County Courts.

Another Brother in Blue killed by an illegal

RIP, Brother.

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Link Posted: 10/2/2007 8:56:01 AM EST
Link Posted: 10/2/2007 5:32:41 PM EST

Originally Posted By RumbleTruck:

Another Brother in Blue US Citizen killed by an illegal


Fixed it.
Link Posted: 10/3/2007 6:45:33 AM EST
I remember discussing this here in the TX HTF in a thread.

Also discussed it offline a bit with ryann.
Link Posted: 10/6/2007 7:27:18 AM EST
my buddy is a DPD Sergeant in Northeast and was a good buddy of Officer Jackson. they were making plans to get a beer out at Lower Greenville right before Officer Jackson responded to this call.

my buddy, the DPD Sergeant, has been sitting in the trial every day this week and then has been out working his normal patrol shift in the evenings.

my understanding is that this maggot beat up his old lady and when the officers responded, this maggot fled down the street and hid in a backyard. Officer Jackson and some other officers entered the backyard looking for this guy to take him to jail. he was hiding in a bush in the backyard with a .38 and when Officer Jackson entered the guy shot him through the opening in his vest (under the arm). then he jumped out of the bushes and threw the gun down and put his hands up. the other officers thus, by DPD shooting policy, could not shoot this guy.

i hope they give this piece of crap the death penalty.
Link Posted: 10/6/2007 8:21:56 AM EST
I remember when that happened. I hope justice is served here and he gets the harshest sentencing available.

Link Posted: 10/6/2007 10:51:39 AM EST
i have no problems with the police officers at that time shooting that dirt bag or hanging him.

too many attorneys in the world arguing that a POS like that has rights also.
Link Posted: 10/6/2007 1:06:18 PM EST

Originally Posted By spreadfirearms:
my buddy is a DPD Sergeant in Northeast and was a good buddy of Officer Jackson. they were making plans to get a beer out at Lower Greenville right before Officer Jackson responded to this call.

my buddy, the DPD Sergeant, has been sitting in the trial every day this week and then has been out working his normal patrol shift in the evenings.

my understanding is that this maggot beat up his old lady and when the officers responded, this maggot fled down the street and hid in a backyard. Officer Jackson and some other officers entered the backyard looking for this guy to take him to jail. he was hiding in a bush in the backyard with a .38 and when Officer Jackson entered the guy shot him through the opening in his vest (under the arm). then he jumped out of the bushes and threw the gun down and put his hands up. the other officers thus, by DPD shooting policy, could not shoot this guy.

i hope they give this piece of crap the death penalty.


+1

Link Posted: 10/10/2007 10:08:09 PM EST

Originally Posted By FAIL-SAFE:
Man Found Guilty Of Murdering Dallas Police Officer



Man found guilty of murdering Dallas police officer

03:02 PM CDT on Tuesday, October 9, 2007

By JENNIFER EMILY / The Dallas Morning News




The jury found a man guilty of capital murder Tuesday in the 2005 fatal shooting of a Dallas police officer, Brian Jackson.


Juan Lizcano was convicted in the death of officer Brian Jackson, and the prosecution is now expected to seek the death penalty. Proceedings in the punishment phase were underway Tuesday afternoon.


Officer Jackson was killed in November 2005 while responding to a domestic violence call at the home of Mr. Lizcano's former girlfriend who called 911 twice to report he threatened her with a gun.


Defense attorneys had argued Mr. Lizcano was not guilty because the officer's death was not capital murder.


"This is in no way a capital murder," said defense attorney Brook Busbee. "He's not guilty of capital murder because he couldn't see the officer."


But prosecutor Josh Healy called Officer Jackson's slaying "an assassin-style killing" and told jurors there was no doubt Mr. Lizcano was guilty of capital murder.


Prosecutors said that the yard where Officer Jackson was killed was well lit.


Prosecutor Patrick Kirlin told jurors that "the credible evidence cries out for" a guilty of capital murder verdict.



Rot in hell you piece of shit!




Er "Hold up Ossifer.....let me cover my eyes....(POP POP) Woot! No Captial Murder charges for me!"

Defense Attorney vying for a Darwin Award? Sheesh.
Link Posted: 10/11/2007 1:35:25 PM EST
no, just heartless scumbag of the year award.
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