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Always trust cops
The parents of a 21-year-old woman who was shot in the back of the head by two Utah police officers have filed a wrongful death lawsuit.
West Valley, Utah police have said they thought Danielle Willard was buying drugs when they killed her in an apartment complex, the Salt Lake City Tribune has reported.
She tried to back her car into them when they approached her, police say.
The suit claims she was “shot in the back of the head, assassination style” and that it was “without justification” and “unrelated to any legitimate law enforcement purpose.”
The death of Willard set off a public firestorm over the West Valley, Utah’s narcotics department. The FBI began investigating the department, as did the city itself, The New York Times reported. West Valley officials found that in some cases officers on the narcotics squad mishandled evidence.
Willard, who struggled with heroin addiction, had gone to Utah for rehab, her mother Melissa Kennedy told The Times. She was unarmed when she died.
Her mother says part of the reason for filing the lawsuit is to find out exactly what happened to her daughter.
“It’s the only way that people are going to know what happened to her and why,” Kennedy told the Tribune.
And, curiously, this latest action by federal authorities did not involve the Philadelphia policeman captured on videotape by Police Department Internal Affairs investigators stealing money from drug dealers during an investigation arising largely from evidence against that policeman provided by other police officers who witnessed several instances of his criminal conduct. That cash-copping Philly cop, fired for his corruption, was reinstated to the Police Department in early 2012 by an arbitrator following a process known to be weighted in favor of Philadelphia’s police union, the Fraternal Order of Police, which employed that tainted officer in the union’s headquarters until the union helped secure his reinstatement.
A stark contrast to the outrage officials nationwide always express in the wake of arrests involving police tainted by drug corruption is the consistent lack of outraged effort authorities give to a more serious issue.