Monday, January 4, 2016

Asshole New Brunswick Cops in court for manslaughter - Update

Two members of the Bathurst Police Force made a brief appearance in provincial court Monday on manslaughter and weapons charges laid in connection with the shooting death of a Tracadie man in Bathurst last January.

Const. Patrick Bulger, 38, of Beresford and Const. Mathieu Boudreau 26, of Dunlop had their cases adjourned until Feb. 3, at which time they are scheduled to enter pleas to the charges. Boudreau was represented by lawyer T.J. Burke, who requested an adjournment of three or four weeks. Bulger does not yet have a lawyer.
Our increasingly annoyed spewage? These asshole killer cops have had a year to get a free lawyer from their piggy association and the charges were recommended in November. So they obviously need ANOTHER month of mutual penis stroking to even make a bloody, damn plea? Grrrr our doodle.
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Two members of the Bathurst Police Force are scheduled to appear in provincial court Monday on manslaughter and weapons charges laid in connection with the shooting death of a man in Bathurst last January.

Const. Patrick Bulger, 38, of Beresford and Const. Mathieu Boudreau, 26, of Dunlop, are each charged with:
■Manslaughter with a weapon.
■Two counts of assault with a weapon.
■Two counts of unlawfully pointing a firearm.
The police officers have been suspended with pay from the force. They have yet to enter pleas.
The charges were laid in November following an investigation by the Nova Scotia RCMP into the shooting death of Michel Vienneau, 51, in the parking lot of the Via Rail station in Bathurst. Court documents filed in connection with a civil lawsuit against the City of Bathurst by Vienneau's common-law wife, Annick Basque, state police were acting on a Crime Stoppers tip that Vienneau was returning from Montreal with drugs when police attempted to arrest him on Jan. 12, 2015.

In its statement of defence, the City of Bathurst said the police officers fired in self-defence after Vienneau's car accelerated without warning and pinned one of the officers against a snowbank. Nova Scotia RCMP said they found no evidence in their investigation that Vienneau was involved in illegal activity.
When Vienneau and his girlfriend returned to Bathurst from a trip, they disembarked from the train at about 10 a.m. and got in their car.

They noticed a pair of suspicious-looking men in the adjacent car. One was wearing a ski mask and the other a tuque. The two men, it was later revealed, were undercover Bathurst police officers.

Vienneau thought the men looked shady and he felt nervous. He attempted to drive off but nerves caused him to collide his car with the police undercover vehicle.

One of the undercover cops then came out of the car and shot Vienneau three times in the head as his girlfriend watched.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/bathurst-police-court-vienneau-1.3388166