VIDEO REPORT-6;48pm–Bridgeport CT-A human jawbone (confirmed by a Nelson Ambulance driver)  was found along side a crucifix on the in a wooded area off Wonderland of Ice.   This state police officer took it upon himself to kick me off the property after I identified myself as a member of the press.   I asked where I could report and he told me to get off the property or I’ll be arrested.  The video you seen is mid way between our “conversation” and I knew I had to roll tape to capture his exchange.  He knew I was rolling video and that I was with the press.

This took place on Bridgeport property.  I went on the other side of the stream on a Bridgeport sidewalk to report the news to you when the officer went to his car to come after me. I left the scene before he got to me.  The bigger news is if this is how he acts when he knows a camera is recording him, how does he treat the general public when he pulls someone over?

UPDATE–One source told me it COULD be additional remains from the ESCU student, partial remains of her were found in Trumbull on Friday.    “When I told my source what I knew my sources said “they found more parts?”  If there were human remains I wouldn’t show it because most of you would be outraged.   State Police would not respond to another voodoo/Santeria  case in Bridgeport like we have reported in the past.   This “officer” abuse his authority and prevented me from reporting to YOU what happened in YOUR backyard. I’m not doing it for me.  FoxCT is reporting that the bones found were animal but you can trust what the state reports right comrade?  The end of the video shows other Connecticut State Police abuses from 2010, a common thread in the department.

By Stephen Krauchick

DoingItLocal is run by Steve Krauchick. Steve has always had interest with breaking news even as an early teen, opting to listen to the Watergate hearings instead of top 40 on the radio. His interest in news spread to become the communities breaking news leader in Connecticut’s Fairfield County. He strongly believes that the public has right to know what is happening in their backyard and that government needs to be transparent. Steve also likes promoting local businesses.

4 thoughts on “State Trooper Prevents Freedom of the Press”
  1. The overpaid state traffic cops are notorious for abusing their power.
    Most couldn’t find a real criminal with both hands and a flashlight.
    The city police should handle the investigation. and let the staties
    stop seniors and kids on the highway.

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