Added: Aug 13, 2019
Waverly, Humphreys County, Tennessee. Common case with a special outcome. It all started with a routine traffic stop and ended with a half-baked sexual assault incident straight from the fakery. Thanks to the Jury, no pussypass this time. At least not yet.
February 13, 2019
. After a routine traffic stop, Shannon Marie Robbins
(AKA Shannon Burgess) took to the city police chief himself and complained that she was sexually assaulted by a Waverly Police Officer during that encounter, according to a report by WKRN. We can only speculate how/why she had direct access to the police chief rather than follow the standard procedure to file the report.
Following the complaint, however, the District Attorney’s Office was involved at the request of the Chief. It took months to conclude the independent review upon which: “The investigation revealed that Mrs. Robbins fabricated the story and the Grand Jury agreed that charges should be filed in the matter,”
said Waverly Police Chief
“In this case, our officer conducted himself in a professional manner and was simply doing the job he was expected to do. Mrs. Robbins attempted to harm this officer by making a false criminal allegation against him,”
August 13, 2019
. Following a grand jury's indictment of 33-year-old Shannon Marie Robbins
on a charge of filing a false report, she was arrested and booked in the Humphreys County jail on a $10,000 bond.
Let's take a look at this jury thing which mostly looks at aftermath behavior to determine prior guilt. Thought#1 If Shannon Robbins
were to shed croc tears in court like others did here
, would the jury return an indictment? or would they rather just give her a pussypass? Thought#2 If the person she accused was an ordinary citizen rather than a member of law enforcement, would the jury return an indictment? We're talking Tennessee, a state with plenty of cases like this swept under the carpet every day due to a combination of factors in Thought#1 and Thought#2. Hold those thoughts.
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