Judge Grants Immunity To Cop Who Shot Unarmed Black Man ‘Execution Style’
After waiting two long years for justice to be done, the family of Larry Jackson, Jr. was hoping to see Detective Charles Kleinert, the Texas police officer they believe executed their loved one in cold blood, put on trial for manslaughter next week.
Instead, Kleinert has been granted total immunity from prosecution by a federal judge.
This entire nightmare began for the Jackson family began on the morning July 26 2013, when Larry Jackson, Jr., a32-year-old married father-of-four went to his local bank in Austin, Texas. At the time, the bank was on lockdown because of a robbery. Detective Kleinert said he considered Jackson a suspect and told him to stay put. But for some reason, Jackson began running away…READ MORE at LiberalAmerica