George Floyd’s Wrongful Death

Four Minneapolis police officers were fired Tuesday following the death of George Floyd, a man who died on Monday May 25th, 2020 after an officer kneeled on his neck while he was handcuffed on the ground, shouting that he couldn’t breathe. Floyd was arrested around 8 p.m. Monday for forgery, a non-violent crime that implies he tried to used forged documents at a nearby deli. … Continue reading George Floyd’s Wrongful Death

The Hanging Soldier

I had a call to a residence for a mental evaluation or a “5150.” Anyways, I get there and speak to a 50-something-year-old woman, who states her 20-something-year-odd son is under the influence of an unknown drug, and kept repeating that he can’t go in his bedroom because there was an old man hanging in his room. She stated she was too scared to go … Continue reading The Hanging Soldier

“I Repeatedly Saw A Man Fall To His Death”

“My very first job – working in a nightclub. The nightclub was above some clothes shop and right next to a multi-story car park. My job was running the cloakroom at the entrance of the club, and from my seat I could see the empty car park. About a week into the job, around 1am when no one was coming or going, I was staring … Continue reading “I Repeatedly Saw A Man Fall To His Death”