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Sheriff Louis Ackal was indicted in March by a federal grand jury led by a kike, Justice Department special counsel Mark Blumberg.

The sheriff  called the prosecutor a “son-of-a-bitch Jew bastard” and threatened to shoot him “right between [his] goddamned Jewish eyes.”

The kike prosecutor has asked the court for  new conditions modifying Ackal’s release from jail pending his trial. New restrictions would include limits on the consumption of alcohol and a restraining order barring contact with alleged victims in the investigation. Currently, Ackal’s only condition is that he not possess a firearm.

 

Sheriff Ackal is pending trial after eight deaths of inmates in sheriff’s custody since 2005 as well as the more than $1 million in civil court settlements for complaints including excessive force.  Prosecutors claim Ackal, along with Lt. Col. Gerald Savoy and Capt. Mark Frederick, took five inmates to the jail’s chapel — where there are no cameras — and beat them with a baton. They also claim in the indictment that Ackal, after discovering one of the inmates was imprisoned for a sex offense, posed with his baton as if it were his penis and forcibly violated the inmate’s mouth.  A federal grand jury issued a superseding indictment in June that added another charge of conspiracy against rights after Ackal allegedly assaulted a person suspected of attacking one of Ackal’s relatives during that person’s arrest. The new charges adds to his existing charge of conspiracy and two charges of depriving civil rights.

The sheriff and his deputy  pleaded not guilty to all charges.

 

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