Big government comes part and parcel with heavy-handed police departments, and D.C. is about as “big government” as you can get! Hmm, somehow the liberals miss that correlation.
D.C. police were looking to find the perpetrator of a home invasion in a different “100” block from where they found innocent handyman Dennis Stucky leaning against a brick wall with his sack lunch.
He just might have ended up in the back of a squad car, had it not been for a savvy attorney who happened to be at the right place at the right time!
Finding the handyman being questioned, and realizing the police were in the wrong area for the search, set this attorney in motion. You see, the handyman has been a fixture in the neighborhood for 30 years and this sassy little attorney gave the D.C. cops the “what for” for pouncing on the first convenient black man they saw.
“I’m an attorney, and this is wrong,” Westby tells the officers. After getting the officers’ business cards, Westby shouts, “Just because he’s black doesn’t mean he’s here to rob a house. He works for us. He’s been in this neighborhood for 30 years. Now go find 4600 Foxhall.”
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