|Officer Jeremy Lynn|
We are in the process of providing just that kind of inside information about our unlawful eviction in 2015, which led to cops breaking my wife, Carol's, left arm. Do you believe that the role of cops is to "serve and protect"? We will show that they might be just as likely to brutalize the innocent and then conduct a coordinated fabrication campaign in an effort to get away with it.
We already have shown that Officers Debi Wade and Scott Harrison filed written statements that essentially claim Carol broke her own arm by thrashing about in the back of a patrol car after being arrested and handcuffed. (See here and here.) Two other officers, Jeremy Lynn and Christian Conrad, also provided written accounts of events related to our eviction. Their statements are not as detailed as the other two, but they still provide evidence that point to a cop cover-up.
First, let's look at words from Jeremy Lynn. He's the guy, according to cops, Carol pushed as he barged into our apartment without lawful grounds for doing so. We will pick up where Lynn is describing the moments just after three cops had encircled Carol, slammed her butt-first to the ground, and yanked on her arms so viciously in an up and backwards motion that it shattered her left arm. Lynn, of course, is not about to admit cops broke Carol's arm, so he joins in the parade of pathological lying:
Mrs. Shuler then sunk to the ground and sat. Lt. Conrad then retrieved Deputy Harrison's car. He pulled it up in the driveway and Deputy Harrison escorted her to the vehicle. She continued to pull away and resist walking to the car.
Once in the vehicle, she became volatile again, thrusting herself all over in the vehicle in the caged area, and I could hear her yelling and cursing from the street.
We then notified the landlord who was watching this transpire from across the street that they could take control of the property, and we were leaving.
Mrs. Shuler was transported to the Jail for assault on an LEO. Once at the Jail, Deputy Harrison stated she began to complain of her arm hurting. She was then taken to Cox to be cleared for confinement. Once there, he learned that her arm was broken.
Now, a few words from Officer Christian Conrad. We'll pick up as Conrad describes what happened immediately after cops burst through our front door:
The female was later identified as Carol T. Shuler (01/13/60), and the male was identified as Roger Shuler. Both were taken outside and sat in the front yard. The male was cooperative, but argued with Sheriff Arnott and Captain Lynn about the validity of the removal.
Once both individuals calmed down and were handcuffed, Capt. Lynn, Lt. Wade, and Deputy Harrison allowed Carol to pack their personal belongings, as well as their cats. Once Carol finished packing, Roger got inside his vehicle to leave. Carol came out near the garage door and attempted to push her way back into the house. Lynn, Wade, and Harrison began moving her out of the garage when she began screaming out of control, "Just shoot me." She went outside throwing her hands up in the air.
Carol then went out to their vehicle and placed another bag in the trunk. She then began walking back towards the house and took off running towards the front door. Carol ran toward Lt. Wade on the front sidewalk. Wade put her arms up to avoid being struck by Carol. She attempted to push Wade out of the way. Deputy Harrison, Lynn, and I ran and attempted to take Carol into custody again. I informed her repeatedly to stop fighting and causing an incident. At this point, I informed her she was under arrest for assault.
Carol fought us again until she was handcuffed. Once handcuffed, she sat down on the grass and said she was done fighting. I asked her if she was OK, and she said her shoulders were sore from being handcuffed the first time.
I retrieved Deputy Harrison's patrol vehicle where Harrison placed her in the caged area. I then informed Mr. Shuler to leave the property and not return or he would be arrested for trespassing. No further investigation.
Notice that Conrad does not say a word about Carol flailing about in the backseat of the patrol car. Conrad claims he placed Carol under arrest for "assault," even though it was Sheriff Arnott who did that. Ironically, Conrad presents zero evidence that Carol even touched an officer, much less assaulted one. It's also odd that Conrad brings his statement to an abrupt halt, not even mentioning that cops later learned Carol's arm had been broken.
Is that because Conrad's colleagues, in their written statements, hint that he was the one who broke Carol's left arm? We're not sure about that. But we are sure that we can prove these accounts, essentially claiming that Carol broke her own arm, are false.
That will be in upcoming posts.
(To be continued)