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An Unanswered Letter to Maryland Citizen Services

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

April 16, 2010

Citizen Services
14741 Governor Oden Bowie Drive,
Room L202
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772

Dear Citizen Services,

I just watched the video of John J. McKenna getting his ass beat by your MD cops. It goes by pretty quickly, so I am uncertain if there was 7 or 8 cops involved (or more). Now, I am certain John J. McKenna deserved to be repeatedly stuck by these police. After all, his lighthearted skipping makes a mockery out of all that is decent! I mean, who does that?

I do have a few questions though:

  1. 1. How big of a settlement will John J. McKenna be getting? I mean I’d probably want around 5 million bucks if someone beat me like that, but then this is unlikely to happen, since I’m no skipper!
  2. What are the names of ALL the police involved? At best they are all in on it, even the complacent ones that allowed a beat down to occur. At worst they are incompetents. Either they should have intervened or participated, but this wishy-washy standing around crap shouldn’t be tolerated. I’d fire them all as an example. Next time you’ll get some action out of them.
  3. You do realize your city and this police department are making all cops everywhere look like jackbooted thugs, right?
  4. Without the video would the original charges against ohn J. McKenna stood?
  5. How often do things like this happen? Is your city safe to visit or do you only beat citizens? I mean, are tourists subjected to these types of beatings as well?


Christopher L. Jorgensen



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