HERE from June 8
2 Officers were suspended without pay, for doing their job. Gugino was definitely instigating this.
With no fan fare, the officers had their pay restored, to prevent a lawsuit from them.
Their hearing was for July, but was pushed back twice now to September 14th, per WIVB which the News10 reporter graciously pointed me to. See how the news cycle works? One groups create the news then others repeat it.
There is a wealth of information at this link, the best coverage in the country!!
The perfectly positioned videotographer was an expert in video manipulation including sound.
This was a setup, a false flag of sorts.
Why has he not filed a civil suit against the government?
They said he had a fractured skull, but on June 10th, they moved him into rehab. Wouldn't a fractured skull take more time to heal???
On June 15th, his attorney refused to provide any information to me.
Released from hospital June 30th.
CNN has not been able to speak with Gugino directly, but in her statement, Zarcone passed along a message from him: "I think it's very unnecessary to focus on me. There are plenty of other things to think about besides me."
That is kind of odd for someone who spent his activist "career" trying to grab the spotlight.
Maybe he played his role and now he doesn't to have to defend against accusations.
Is this all about getting police officers scared of doing their jobs?
From a June 16th CNN report.
They were supposed to have a hearing for the officers on July 20th, I can't find any information.
The DA is clearly a Gun Grabber. And second tall image....no mention on their twitter timeline about anything Gugino related on July 20th.
BREAKING: Buffalo’s police commissioner orders immediate Internal Affairs investigation into this incident: 2 officers shoving an elderly man, who walked up to them, to the ground. @news4buffalo reports the man suffered a laceration & possible concussion— David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) June 5, 2020
Finally found an article saying the hearing was delayed until August, but no date was given, so I emailed the article author.