Another cop goes free
By Lexi Morgan
HUMMELSTOWN, Penn. (INTELLIHUB) — An officer from the Hummelstown Borough Police Department has been cleared of bloody murder after a court found her not guilty of criminal homicide for the tasing and shooting death of a downed and compliant 59-year-old man.
That’s right–Officer Lisa Mearkle was acquitted despite the fact that hard video evidence shows a different picture.
Shockingly the video shows the officer hunting down the suspect in a cold snow-covered environment. Just seconds into the video the officer deploys her taser into the old man’s back sending him to the dirt as 50,000 volts of power strike his nervous system for a good duration of time. In fact she keeps it going almost as if she is trying to barbecue her soon to be victim. Yes I said victim because seconds later she fires two rounds of live ammunition into the man’s then lifeless body as he lied face-down. That’s right, she shot him in the back, but more importantly she was acquitted of murder charges.
The Dauphin County District Attorney’s Office released the following statement on Nov. 5:
The Dauphin County District Attorney’s Office today released the video footage shown at the trial of Officer Lisa Mearkle. The footage is from the Taser camera that Officer Lisa Mearkle deployed as she fired two shots at David Kassick in South Hanover Township, Dauphin County in February 2015. A jury found Officer Mearkle not guilty of all charges. The video is graphic. Viewer discretion is advised.
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