Tuesday, November 4, 2008
--UNEQUAL JUSTICE REIGNS STILL!!
--Guantanamo On the Bayou!!
Melissa Bell Held by Jena Justice System!!! $100,000.00 Bond. "When saw we thee in Prison" It's Still UNEQUAL JUSTICE in Jena, Louisiana in 2008!!
Mauffray to retire from the Bench in December! - His brand of UNEQUAL JUSTICE will remain in force.
Jindal Visits Jena!! - Introduced at church service by Reed Walters.
Bush Visits Alexandria just prior to killings!!!
Black Mother & two (2) daughters run over & KILLED IN ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA. Driver of Vehicle had history of DUI's & other vehicular related incidents!!! FREE ON $30,000.00 BOND - The DRIVER of the SUV is a white guy.
21 year old, white guy kills 3 BLACKS - $30,000.00 Bond *** Melissa Bell alledgedly assaulted 2 with shovel $100,000.00 STILL IN JAIL!!!
Alexandria, Louisiana is 30 minutes from Jena, Louisiana: Remember - you all took the ride just over a year ago!!
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3 pedestrians killed in Alexandria
10/24/2008, 9:13 p.m. CDT
The Associated Press
ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) — A woman and her two, teenage daughters, were killed Friday when a car ran into them as they walked on the shoulder of Louisiana Highway 1.
The driver was seriously injured when the car went off the road about 3:45 p.m. and into a ditch after hitting the trio, police said.
The victims' names were not released.
Witnesses say the victims were on the shoulder of highway on the southbound side when a 2005 Chevrolet Equinox, veered off the road, hit them and continued into a ditch or culvert. Police say two of the pedestrians were pronounced dead at the scene; the other died at an area hospital.
Driver charged in Alexandria accident that killed mother, two daughters on La. Highway 1
Town Talk staff • October 25, 2008
A Lafayette man faces three counts of negligent homicide after he veered off the side of La. Highway 1 and hit three pedestrians Friday, killing a mother and her two teenage daughters, authorities reported.
The wreck happened around 3:40 p.m. Friday on the shoulder of the southbound lanes of La. 1 near Henry Street, in front of the Louisiana Machinery Co. dealership.
The victims were identified by police as Joann Isaac, 33, and her daughters, Brittany Isaac, 15, and Nyeisha Dumars, 13, all of Alexandria. Dumars died at Rapides Regional Medical Center while the other two were dead at the scene, authorities said.
The driver of the vehicle, Justin Brouillette, 21, was also charged with failure to maintain control and driving with a suspended license, Alexandria Police reported.
Brouillette was driving a 2005 Chevrolet Equinox south on La. 1 (North Bolton Avenue) when the vehicle went off the roadway and hit the pedestrians, police reported.
It does not appear that Brouillette intentionally hit the pedestrians, police said, and the investigation into the cause of the wreck is continuing. More charges could come as officers continue to look into what caused the wreck.
Brouillette was seriously injured when his vehicle hit a culvert after hitting the pedestrians, police said. He was reported to be hospitalized in stable condition Friday night, and although he has officially been charged, he hasn’t yet been booked into the Rapides Parish Jail.
Brouillette graduated from Marksville High School and is a former Alexandria resident, according to profile information on a personal Web page.
Southbound traffic on La. Highway 1 was closed for a few hours following the wreck as police gathered evidence and interviewed witnesses. Northbound traffic in that area was reduced to one lane for a while.
Personal belongings were scattered along the roadway and in a nearby ditch.
Some police officers investigating the wreck were visibly shaken by the scene.
An accident-reconstruction team tried to piece together what had caused Brouillette to leave the roadway, police said. The team stayed on the scene until dark and will return today for additional investigation.
Reporters Abbey Brown and David Dinsmore contributed to this report.
Driver in fatal wreck had DWI conviction
Associated Press - October 28, 2008 5:14 PM ET
ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) - The 21-year-old man accused of killing a woman and her two daughters as they walked along a highway had at least six speeding tickets and a drunk driving conviction in the three years before that accident.
Justin Paul Brouillette, of Lafayette, was booked Sunday, after he was released from a hospital. He was released on $30,500 bond - $19,000 in property and cash and $11,500 recognizance.
The charges against him are careless driving, driving after his license was suspended and three counts of negligent homicide.
The accident Friday killed 33-year-old Joann Isaac, 15-year-old Brittany Isaac, and 13-year-old Nyeisha Dumars, all of Alexandria.
Brouillette does not have a listed phone number.
The Avoyelles Parish Sheriff's Office says he pleaded guilty to DWI when he was 18.