Michael Chesna was killed Sunday, July 15, 2018 by a man who police say threw a rock at the officer and then repeatedly shot him with his own weapon.

Given the size of the rock, I have my suspicions that something is not right about this story concerning the second person killed, Vera Adams . Whose hand was that gun in when a bullet struck her?

Weymouth police officer Sgt. Michael Chesna, leaves a wife and two children. Chesna was a six year veteran of the Weymouth police department. He joined the army to become a police officer (scary).

Chesna's body was removed from the hospital and transported via procession of multiple law enforcement agencies to the state's medical examiner office in Boston, where he will be evaluated.

All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal.

The carcass was carted from the south shore to Boston so it could be evaluated for possible resurection? Then it was transported back to the south shore.

Why do morons think that piling a lot of expensive flowers by the Weymouth Police department building will help in any way. Shouldn't this money be donated to the kids education?

Funeral mass held at St. Mary of the Sacred Heart in Hanover, July 20, 2018 followed by a burial at Blue Hill Cemetery in Braintree.

On Thursday, July 19th, 2018, thousands of police officers from across the country honored the 42-year-old decorated U.S. Army veteran with a solemn procession. If each officer contributed $50.00 to help the wife and kids, that would be one million dollars. Did they contribute? Of course not. The real reason to go to these funerals is get some time off. Law enforcement work is boring and it sucks.

We are of course told that all officers and their cruisers, police motorcycles, etc. at the court hearing and funeral mass and burial are not doing this at taxpayers expense. Bullshit! Bullshit!

Abusing police powers and using your flashing blue lights to agrandize yourselves. How pathetic.

Are we really expected to believe that all these officers actually knew of Michael Chesna or even heard about him before he got popped.

Here's something they say (only after you die).

  • He was a decorated U.S. Army Iraq and Afghanistan war veteran
  • my thoughts and prayers are with their families, loved ones
  • He was a good police officer and a good family man
  • He was the best guy in the world.
    Nobody could say a bad thing about Mike.
  • He always had a kind word and a good attitude
    We very much appreciated his service

My problem with this is the amount of time and money spent by police officers on this court arraignment and funeral. Between

  1. Weymouth,
  2. Boston
  3. Quincy,
  4. Hanover and
  5. Braintree,
that's a lot driving.

But they do like to prance around to show us how fabulous and awesome they are with their little flashing blue lights blocking traffic.

The rock

Nothing like a show of power to intimidate the public.

In all honesty, the court officer on the left looks
far more more dangerous and suspicious.

Nothing like worshipping the dead.
It's a sunny day. Come see the carcass.

I wonder what a police funeral procession looks like on a rainy day.
We are expected to believe that they all knew Michael Chesna?

What a horrible waste of public resources.

Imagine if you will if everybody got a state funeral.
Why do these cretins think they are worth more than us.

How much do the taxpayers pay for this police bravado?
All this for one human carcass.

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