On this episode, Vincent discusses the story of three car thieves in Pinellas County, FL who died after the car they were driving ended up in a lake following a police chase. The parents of the three car thieves, who were minors, feel the Pinellas County Sheriff didn’t do enough to try to save the lives of those trapped in the car.
Vincent goes into great detail and why the officers were justified to chase the suspects and are not responsible for the deaths as the parents are believe. This is one situation where the great Rev. Al Sharpton needs to step up and have a conversation with the parents instead of race baiting the issue.
Also, more on the 23 year old shot by Baltimore PD who had a toy gun.
Vincent Hill, a former Nashville police officer, private investigator, author, and television law enforcement analyst, gained national notoriety following the Steve McNair/Sahel Kazemi murder suicide in Nashville on July 4th, 2009 and has authored two books, “Playbook For A Murder” and “Incomplete Pass,” on the subject after conducting his own investigations. He has also been a frequent contributor to Nancy Grace on HLN, various shows on CNN and Al-Jazeera television, and has been featured on “True Crime with Aphrodite Jones” on Investigation Discovery.
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