Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Kern County deputies involved in fatal beating are back at work

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Six Kern County sheriff's deputies and a sergeant, who last week were involved in a violent confrontation with a man who was struck numerous times with batons before he died, have returned to their regular jobs, officials said Tuesday.

David Sal Silva, 33, a father of four, was pronounced dead  Wednesday less than an hour after eyewitnesses reported seeing several deputies repeatedly strike the man in the head with batons as he lay on the pavement.

Deputies had responded to a report of an intoxicated man. In addition to the deputies and sergeant, two California Highway Patrol officers were involved in the incident.

Raymond Pruitt, a Kern County Sheriff's Office spokesman, said the deputies and the sergeant present during the fatal incident last week "have been released to full duty."

The department has identified those involved as deputies Ryan Greer, Tanner Miller, Jeffrey Kelly, Luis Almanza, Brian Brock, David Stephens and Sgt. Douglas Sword.

24 comments:

  1. Gee, does this mean that these guys probably weren't Oath Keepers...or not?

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  2. Everyone of these "cops" need to feel the pain.

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    1. Man, when I look at those 3 little girls, it just kills me. I have 5.

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  3. Publish the coward's addresses and phone numbers please.

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    1. I checked, as I mentioned above for pictures, but no luck. Any information would be appreciated.

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  4. where is the comment that I just posted?

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    1. Is that the one above? If not, then I don't know as there is nothing in spam right now.

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  5. I hope this information is used to good effect, and I hope those little girls grow up questioning anyone who tells them how to live.

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    1. I hope those little girls grow up questioning anyone who tells them how to live.

      They still haven't been told, as their grandparents just can't bring themselves to do so. I hope these murders are persecuted endlessly until the day they die.

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  6. Shoot 'em all.

    This kind of crap has to end now!

    Bob
    III

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    1. Can't believe the sheriff didn't put them on desk duty during the investigation.

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  7. FYI..... Not first time offenders......


    "Kern County Deputy Ryan Greer, Involved In David Sal Silva Beating Death, Has Killed Before"

    http://opnateye.com/?p=780

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    1. Thanks and posted. I'd leave the country if I were him.

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  8. That same thing should be dealt to each one of them while the others get to watch and pea their pants waiting for their turn, begging.. this country has a real shortage of justice lately.

    Never any sleep for the evil

    Yank lll

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    1. this country has a real shortage of justice lately.

      Absolutely.

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  9. The police have been separated more and more from their communities, to the point that in some cases they now look at mere citizens as the "little people." Something will have to be done to change that perception, case by case. It's not going to be pretty.

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  10. FYI.... Did some more digging.

    http://www.bakersfieldbeatdown.com/index.php?threads/kern-county-sheriffs-deputy-ryan-greer-serial-killer.2/

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  11. Better yet, all info available from the TLD:

    http://www.bakersfieldbeatdown.com

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  12. I guess that everyone deserves A beating from those guys!!!

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  13. They could probably play the part of the warden in Cool Hand Luke quite well.

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