This is how the law now treats female criminals in the United States, the world's premier nation. A young female murders her brother by shooting him in the chest, is released on a whim of the Police without any punishment, takes up a professorial role in a university without her crime being considered and then murders three of her colleagues in cold blood...! Will someone tell me I'm dreaming? How can anyone in their right mind seriously question that the Anglosphere is a misandrist matriarchy where male life is accorded no value?
An Alabama university professor accused of fatally shooting three colleagues at a faculty meeting this week shot her younger brother dead at their home in the Boston suburbs more than 20 years ago, but records of it are missing, police said Saturday.
Amy Bishop shot her brother in the chest in 1986, Chief Paul Frazier of the Braintree, Mass., police said at a news conference. She fired at least three shots, hitting her brother once and hitting her bedroom wall, before police took her into custody at gunpoint, he said.
Before Bishop could be booked, however, the police chief back then called officers and told them to release her to her mother, Frazier said. The shooting of the brother, Seth Bishop, was logged as an accident, but detailed records of the shooting have disappeared, he said.
"The report's gone, removed from the files," he said. He said people who worked for the police department then remember the shooting and he planned to meet with the district attorney over the possibility of launching a criminal investigation into the report's disappearance.
The former police chief, John Polio, said Saturday in an interview at his home that he was astonished at any allegation of a coverup. He said he didn't call officers to tell them to release Bishop. "There's no coverup, no missing records," he proclaimed.
A University of Alabama at Huntsville spokesman said Bishop, 42, had been denied tenure before she was held Friday in the campus shooting.
As Bishop was being taken to jail in handcuffs she said: "It didn't happen. There's no way."
Attempts by The Associated Press to track down addresses and phone numbers for Bishop's family in the Braintree area weren't immediately successful Saturday. The current police chief said he believed her family had moved away.
SOURCE: The Associated Press