Archive for August, 2010
Aegis Primary Editorial Endorsements For Dist 34 Suggests Patrick ‘Tea Party’ McGrady And Democrats Marla Posey-Moss and Rovall Washington Are Not Ready For Prime TimeAugust 29, 2010
The Republican Aegis endorsed Randolph Craig, son of County Executive David Craig, and John ‘Plagarism’ Paff for House of Delegates in Dist. 34 in the Republican primary.
The Republican Aegis also endorsed Arthur Helton for the Maryland Senate and incumbents Mary-Dulany James and Dan Riley for the House of Delegates in the Democratic Primary
Aegis/Sun – Racial Profiling In Harford County ? – Racial Discrimination Suit Filed Against Harford County Sheriffs OfficeAugust 19, 2010
The Republican Aegis’s ace legal reporter Erika Butler reports that ,” Jeffrey Champion and Stanley Farrow both of Stamford, Conn. ,filed the suit Aug. 2 in Harford County Circuit Court against Robert Schultz and Anthony Pernasilice, who were sheriff’s deputies involved in the arrest, according to the suit,as well as the Harford County Sheriff’s Office , Sheriff Jesse Bane, Harford County and the State of Maryland.”
The Aegis further reports that, ” The plantiffs claim they were targeted by sheriff’s deputies because of their ‘African American color’ and the deputies and Maryland State Police trooper who were part of the traffic stop used excessive force in their ‘race-based discrimination, an evil motive, ill will and physical aggression demonstrating an intent to injure’, the suit claims.”
The Aegis reporter also points out that , “When asked, Champion and Farrow both said no drugs or weapons were in the car. Police searched the entire car, including the trunk and glovebox as well as Champion and Farrow and their suitcases and found nothing, the suit claims”.
The Aegis concludes that , “No contraband was found and police threw their belongings back in the car and told Champion and Farrow to go on their way, without any apology, according to the suit.”
The Aegis also points out that ,” Champion and Farrow are seeking $500,000 in compensatrory damages and $1 million in punitive damages in each count of the 12-count suit for false arrest, false imprisonment, invasion of privacy, battery and violations of their rights.”
The Aegis also reports that the alleged incident occurred on November 20, 2008 , two weeks after the election of Barack Obama as President of the United States.