This controversial deadly police shooting case is in the midst of appeal and has garnered attention from law enforcement advocates across the nation.
Moreover . . .
INSIDERS WARN THIS CONVICTION AGAINST A FORMER KCPD DETECTIVE HAS A GOOD CHANCE OF BEING OVERTURNED AND THAT HASN'T MERITED MUCH DISCUSSION FROM LOCAL NEWS OUTLETS!!!
Of course there are safety concerns in putting any law enforcement officer behind bars . . . But we notice that locals who strongly support the police are strident about freedom for this former detective whilst he continues to argue his case.
Here's what the courthouse says . . .
“The State maintains its position that the Defendant should not be rewarded with a special status because of his former employment,” Jackson County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Dion Sankar wrote in a motion to oppose the appeal bond. “He should not be treated more favorably or less favorably than similarly situated convicted persons.”
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Jackson County Prosecuting Attorney's Office filed a motion to oppose an appeal bond for the former Kansas City, Missouri, police detective, Eric DeValkenaere, who was convicted of manslaughter for the Dec. 3, 2019, shooting death of Cameron Lamb.