0Posted by truth on September 25, 2016 at 12:46 pm
Former St. Louis police officer, Jason Stockley, has officially been charged with first-degree murder after killing Anthony Lamar Smith back in 2011.
New surveillance video from a nearby store has been obtained to give the court a “complete picture” of what actually went down back on December 20, 2011.
Stockley and officer Brian Bianchi were trying to arrest Smith on drug charges. A high-speed pursuit followed, ending in a crash. Smith backed into the police SUV as he tried to escape. He almost hit Stockley who was standing outside of his vehicle holding an AK-47 rifle – one of his personal rifles he wasn’t authorize to carry while on duty.
The officer later used his department-issued handgun and fired five shots, killing Smith instantly. Police radio also caught Stockley saying, “Going to kill this (expletive), don’t you know it.”
Stockley claimed Smith had a gun, but tests revealed only Stockley’s DNA was found on a .38-caliber Taurus revolver police said was found in Smith’s car. In other words, Stockley planted the weapon to justify the killing.
He is currently free on $ 1 million bail, which was paid for by the St. Louis Police Officers’ Association. He is currently staying with relatives in Illinois until his October 3 hearing.
0Posted by truth on September 24, 2016 at 12:46 pm
This isn’t even funny anymore…how hard is it for these celebs to pay their damn taxes??!!
Let’s add another one to the list of celebrities who have been hit with IRS tax liens in 2016. This time, it’s rapper Havoc from Mobb Deep. The IRS claims he owes $ 110k in back taxes. News of the tax lien comes just months after he lost his NY home to foreclosure.
According to The Jasmine Brand the IRS filed the tax lien last month for the years of 2009 and 2010. What the hell took them so long?!
For 2009, Havoc owes $ 70,185.09, and he owes $ 39,844.74 for 2010. Bringing his total to $ 110,029.83… a whole lot of money for a rapper who hasn’t had a hit in over a decade.
If the rapper doesn’t settle this debt quickly, the IRS is more than ready to start seizing his assets and whatever property he has left.