Michigan Police Convictions Upheld

A Michigan Appeals court has upheld the convictions of Michigan police officers Patrick Carson, Robert Hey, Peter Jacquemain and Robert Jacquemain. The police officers were convicted of obstruction of justice and perjury. One of the ex-officers was involved in road rage with a civilian driver and he called his police buddies and reported that the civilian driver ran him off the road.

The other ex-officers arrived and ran into the civilians car, pulled him out, and threw him on his head. The other ex-officers then beat him in front of witnesses.

To make matters worse, these ex-officers met together and came up with a story to justify their beating of the civilian.

Carson is serving 33 months in prison and the other ex-officers got community control and probation.

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