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Old 01-25-2005, 01:05 PM   #1
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CA Dept. of Corrections Officer Killed

On January 10, 2005, 16-Year Veteran CDC Correctional Officer Dies From Inmate Stabbing Attack

Correctional Officer Manuel A. Gonzalez, Jr., 43, a 16-year employee of the California Department of Corrections, died today following a stabbing incident involving an inmate at California Institution for Men (CIM).

Another Brother Falls.

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Old 01-25-2005, 02:07 PM   #2
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RIP, brother.
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Old 01-25-2005, 02:08 PM   #3
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That is distressing news!

Is the inmate, who was serving a 75 year sentence, now eligible for the death penalty?
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That is distressing news!

Is the inmate, who was serving a 75 year sentence, now eligible for the death penalty?
probly not... sadly...


*SALUTE*

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Depending on how the investigation goes will probably determine the outcome. We get a lot more death penalty convictions from southern CA. This inmate had priors, if he had killed another inmate in prison we go for the death penalty but it depends on the DA's office. Murdering a peace officer should get him the death penalty enhancement, from what I heard it was premeditated. I work on Death Row, he will have a very hard time walking that line after killing one of us.
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Old 02-15-2005, 09:25 AM   #6
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LODD

Rest in Peace brother... we in corrections are the forgotten police,
nemo me impune lacessit
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Rest in Peace brother... we in corrections are the forgotten police,
nemo me impune lacessit
Not in my book, brother. Nor in many that I know in our area. If one had ever worked any jail system, one would be quite informed, as to what these trained professionals, deal with every day, they walk the rock beat. RIP, Bro!
 
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Rest in Peace brother... we in corrections are the forgotten police,
nemo me impune lacessit
Not in my book, brother. Nor in many that I know in our area. If one had ever worked any jail system, one would be quite informed, as to what these trained professionals, deal with every day, they walk the rock beat. RIP, Bro!
I wish more would know - we are only seen if something goes terribly wrong. Since most of the time, we are keeping the peace behind the walls, we are, indeed, forgotten....then the worst is when street LE looks down on us, as if we are just as bad as the ones they send us. Getting called a "wannabe" by someone who is supposed to be on the same team really sucks.
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Rest in Peace brother... we in corrections are the forgotten police,
nemo me impune lacessit
Not in my book, brother. Nor in many that I know in our area. If one had ever worked any jail system, one would be quite informed, as to what these trained professionals, deal with every day, they walk the rock beat. RIP, Bro!
I wish more would know - we are only seen if something goes terribly wrong. Getting called a "wannabe" by someone who is supposed to be on the same team really sucks.
Sounds like Union talk? There is more to LE enforcement than Radar pinky's and overtime. I know Police Reserves, that are treated in the same fashion in some rural areas. Roll into the wrong place @ the wrong time, a Criminal would not take the time to determine if one was a Reserve Car or a FT paid Car. Dead is Dead! The old shoes appreciate them. The whinners are mostly the new youngsters, on the job today. It should be mandatory before they hit the bricks, they should be detailed as turn-key's in the jail system, for (90) days, and call it..."Familarizing Yourself with the Criminal Element"!
 
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It was with great honor that the graduation ceremony of the Basic Correctional Officer Academy Class I-05 was dedicated to the memory of Officer Manuel Gonzalez Jr.

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It was with great honor that the graduation ceremony of the Basic Correctional Officer Academy Class I-05 was dedicated to the memory of Officer Manuel Gonzalez Jr.

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Outstanding Gil, many thanks for the update on this.
 
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Amen, and well done.
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DA to Seek Death Penalty in the Murder of C/O Gonzalez

February 18, 2005 - In a news release issued on Friday by District Attorney Michael A. Ramos, the San Bernardino County district attorney’s office filed a criminal complaint against Christopher Blaylock for the murder of Correctional Officer Manuel A. Gonzalez.

The complaint charges one count of Penal Code 187 (Murder) and one count of Penal Code 4500 (Assault By a Life Prisoner). “It was alleged that the defendant used a deadly weapon, a knife, in the commission of both offenses and that the murder was committed while the victim was a peace officer engaged in the performance of his duties,” the news release stated.

According to the release, the complaint further alleged that the defendant was previously convicted of the following serious or violent felonies: Attempted murder and three separate robbery convictions. The two recent offenses – the killing of a peace officer during the performance of his duties and assault with a deadly weapon by a life prisoner that resulted in death – make the defendant eligible for the death penalty.

“This office never makes death penalty decisions without a great deal of careful thought and consideration. Due to the extremely serious nature of this case and the defendant’s prior violent felony record, the office has decided to seek the death penalty,” the district attorney stated.
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My experience

Talking about Reserve Officers and Corrections Officers. In my experience those Officers who come to the line from being a Corrections Officer have proven that their experience at the Jail gives them an advantage with the known criminal element. I often wish that I had the same knowledge. We have a Reserve program made up of individuals who volunteer their "off" time to participate in their own community. I cannot say enough good about either of them.

As for the sh!thead murderer, give him the largest needle they make and miss the vein a few times.

My deepest sympathy to the friends and family of the fallen Officer.
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If this Scumbag was in Missouri Prison and killed an Officer, he would be eligible for the Death Penalty. This is a "Special circumstance" issue
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*another 2C*

I have worked both the street as a Patrol officer and in the Jail (current) and I have to say both are tough - but the Jail is a truly unforgiving environment and is actually harder to survive in, I have had several serious injuries inside - I have been on the ERT team for several years and am currently convalescing from injuries.

I have had the pleasure to work with some truly dedicated and motivated people volunteering their time as Reserve officers - Kudos! They volunteer their own time to do the job and put up with a lot of crap - the fact is they are sworn officers period. I have always appreciated the Security officer, Citizen, who has been there to lend a hand - offer information and provide valuable intel that has enabled me to do my job - to Prevent and Suppress crime by all lawful means.

I have trained many young officers in the Jail system who have gone onto work as Police officers and have taken their working knowledge of criminal behavior with them - it truly is an excellent environment to learn their workings.

To long now has criminal behavior been blamed on society - it is an individual choice and needs to be stemmed. If you can't rehab them then remove them - they will no longer be a problem and move onto the next one.

There needs to be harsh and severe consequences for those who murder and injure us - they need to be punished for their behavior not rewarded.

RIP brother.

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