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Title: Cop Kills Two Innocent Girls, Gets Off Scot Free and Was Just Elected Mayor
Source: Free Thought Project
URL Source: https://thefreethoughtproject.com/t ... illed-two-teens-elected-mayor/
Published: Nov 8, 2019
Author: Matt Agorist
Post Date: 2019-11-09 07:07:04 by Deckard
Keywords: None
Views: 213
Comments: 15

Carroll County, GA — In September 2015, on a rainy Saturday night, Georgia state trooper Anthony Scott was flexing his above the law privilege and driving at dangerously high speeds for no reason. He was doing 91 mph in a 55 mph zone. Scott was not on his way to a call, nor did he have any official reason for driving fast.

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While travelling at such a high rate of speed, he slammed into a Nissan Sentra carrying four kids. Kylie Hope Lindsey, 17, and Isabella Alise Chinchilla, 16, who were in the back seat of the Nissan, were killed.

For four years, Kylie’s family has been fighting for justice for their daughter. However, thanks to a corrupt system, not only has this cop avoided any and all accountability, but he’s been rewarded in the form of two elected positions. As TFTP reported at the time, Scott was elected to city council only three months after killing young Kylie and Isabella. It was also reported that he can even return to law enforcement.

But that’s not all.

This week, as the city of Buchanan held their elections, Scott ran uncontested and after serving as a member of the city council, it now appears that this killer cop will be the mayor. Amazingly enough, the media coverage of who won mayor is completely non-existent.

The victim’s mother, Kellie Lindsey, sent us a photo of the receipts from the poll counter. It does appear that Scott will by the next mayor of Buchanan.

Imagine for a moment that the police officer responsible for killing your only daughter was not only never held responsible for his actions, but actually went on to become the mayor of your town. How would this make you feel? Sadly, this is a reality for Lindsey.

“It’s been an incredible heart ache,” Kellie Lindsey told TFTP this week. “Not only did we lose our only daughter, we’re having to fight tooth and nail to get this sociopath held accountable.”

Sociopath is not an unfounded term either.

Lindsey also shared with us the fact that just last November, Scott was arrested for Assault and Battery in the 3rd degree in Dillon County, South Carolina. There is no news coverage of it and the results of these charges are not clear.

One thing is certain, however, and that’s the fact that these charges did not hinder his ability to run for mayor and reportedly win in Georgia.

As TFTP reported at the time, Dillon Lewis Wall, 18, who was driving the Nissan, and front-seat passenger Benjamin Alan Finken, 17, were critically injured and taken to Grady Memorial Hospital after the crash.

Months after the crash and Dillon would still be recovering from a brain injury, paralysis, hearing loss and multiple broken teeth. However, according to Dillon, it’s his heart that was hurt the most as this young man was crazy about Kylie.

After the crash, Capt. Mark Perry of the Georgia Department of Public Safety released a statement noting that Scott had no reason to be travelling that fast.

“Turns out he was running at a high rate of speed through this intersection in a territory that’s he’s familiar with and should have known the dangers that potentially exist,” Perry said speaking about the 10 crashes that had occurred at this intersection over a three year period.

An internal ‘investigation’ said that Scott’s speed only ‘contributed to the crash,’ but that Dillon’s failure to yield was to blame. However, according to Dillon’s aunt, he could not see the trooper.

Dashcam video of the crash backs up Dillon’s claim of not being able to see Scott approaching. As Scott sped up the hill on that dark highway, Dillon had no way of seeing or reacting fast enough to the trooper’s car travelling at such a high speed.

“The officer chose to speed. The officer chose to do this,” Lena Wall, Dillon’s aunt, said at the time. “And his choice killed two people.”

After watching the dashcam footage, you can clearly see who was at fault in this scenario. However, Anthony Scott is a privileged member of the establishment, and, therefore, he is entitled to a privileged form of justice — literally.

As the Atlanta-Journal-Constitution reported at the time:

The former trooper went before a grand jury, which was investigating why he was driving 91 mph on a dark highway in Carroll County seconds before his car collided with that of the teenagers. Anthony Scott made use of a privilege that Georgia extends to law enforcement officers: the officer may choose to make a statement to a grand jury that is deciding whether to indict him for a crime. The statement comes at the end of the proceeding, and no one may challenge it or cross-examine the officer.

Scott took advantage of that privilege and was the concluding witness before the grand jury, District Attorney Pete Skandalakis said.

The grand jury chose not to indict Scott.

“There are no winners here,” Scott’s attorney, Max Pilgrim, said at the time. “This has been harder on him than anything he ever did in the Marine Corps.”

Scott’s attorney is wrong. There is a clear “winner” here, and it’s the man who is alive and who gets to go home to his family in spite of his criminal negligence. And, he literally won elected office, not once, but twice.

After a long battle for justice, Scott would eventually be charged with second-degree vehicular homicide, two counts of serious injury by vehicle, violating oath of office and one count each of speeding and reckless driving. However, during the trial, Scott’s attorney asked for a mistrial, citing new evidence. Judge Simpson granted the mistrial while the jury was deliberating, saying the defendant’s constitutional rights were violated because the prosecution withheld evidence of an “alternative theory’ that had already been discounted before trial.

“The process totally let us down,” Tracy Tatum, Chinchilla’s aunt said. “We’re devastated. That word… We’re furious. We’re angry.”

“If it had been a regular citizen, and we were going 90 miles an hour in a 55, suggested 45, and we hit and killed twp teens, we would have already been handed our justice,” Tatum said.


In May, District Attorney Herb Cranford said he plans on getting the case back in front of a jury but this has yet to happen. The case is now tied up in the appellate courts and there’s still no new trial date. There is one positive detail to this tragic series of events, however, and in September, according to law.com, John Simpson, chief judge of the Superior Court of the Coweta Circuit, issued an order recusing himself from further involvement in the case against former Georgia state trooper Anthony “A.J.” Scott and asking that it be reassigned to another judge.

Hopefully, one of these days sooner than later, these grieving families will see justice. If you’d like to follow the families’ fight for justice, you can do so on their Facebook Page, here.

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#1. To: Deckard (#0)

... but that Dillon’s failure to yield was to blame.

Uh, yeah. He turned in front of the state trooper. From another article:

"During their deliberations, jurors asked several questions about state law, including whether Dillon Wall could have also been charged in the crash. Ultimately, they decided not to charge anyone."

misterwhite  posted on  2019-11-09   9:30:54 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#2. To: Deckard (#0)

Blue privilege. This cop was treated like a migrant rapist in Sweden.

Pinguinite  posted on  2019-11-09   10:36:49 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#3. To: Pinguinite (#2)

Blue privilege.

The guy turned in front of the cop. The jury decided not to charge either one.

misterwhite  posted on  2019-11-09   11:30:00 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#4. To: misterwhite (#3)

The guy turned in front of the cop.

...in front of a cop going at an enormously high rate of speed, at night, fooling him into thinking the distance was sufficient to turn safely, which it would have been if the cop hadn't been reckless.

The jury decided not to charge either one.

The Grand Jury did indeed not indict, which only requires a simple majority vote, which is something that would not have been afforded the kid if he had been doing 90 and killed a cop making a turn in front of him. Not by the Grand Jury, and not by you.

Blue privilege. Above the law. Beyond the law. Plainly obvious, but nothing will prevent you from kissing up to someone who kills people, provided he wears a blue uniform. You're credibility is completely shot.

Pinguinite  posted on  2019-11-09   13:44:27 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#5. To: Deckard, Pinguinite (#0) (Edited)

Sickening. I can see in the dashcam video that they almost cleared the intersection. If Scott had been traveling a reasonable 60 in the 55 zone, they would have cleared by a comfortable 45 feet. Even at 70 mph they would have cleared by over 30 feet. Scott was covering 133.4 feet per second at 91 mph as compared to 88 fps at 60. In the 3-4 seconds it took to make the turn across the highway Scott travels between 400 and 533 feet.

Shithead should be doing time for vehicular homicide.

Anthem  posted on  2019-11-09   18:11:39 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#6. To: Deckard (#0)

That is a total travesty of lack of justice !!! There is no justification for what that Trooper did !!!!!

If one of those girls had been my daughter, words could not describe the rage, heart ache, and anger I would feel !!!!

My guess is one day Karma will pay that Trooper a visit, and Justice will be served, at around 2800 fps !!!

Then the Canary Klan will be all " boo hoo hoo, poor hero, wah wah wah ! "


I knew a guy like him. But he recklessly screwed him self before he could kill anyone.

Si vis pacem, para bellum

Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God.

"If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went." (Will Rogers)

"No one ever rescues an old dog. They lay in a cage until they die. PLEASE save one. None of us wants to die cold and alone... --Dennis Olson "

People that say money can't buy you happiness, have never paid an adoption fee

Stoner  posted on  2019-11-10   8:26:22 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#7. To: Pinguinite (#4)

...in front of a cop going at an enormously high rate of speed, at night, fooling him into thinking the distance was sufficient to turn safely, which it would have been if the cop hadn't been reckless.

If he couldn't determine the speed of the oncoming car, he should have waited a second or two until it passed. What's the hurry?

He fucked up and people died. Cop or no cop.

misterwhite  posted on  2019-11-10   12:52:11 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#8. To: misterwhite, Deckard, TooConservative, All (#7)

What's the hurry?

Get a load of this everyone. In this accident, MW is assigning blame to the driver in this high speed crash that killed 2 people by asking "What's the hurry?"

But of course, he's not asking that of the cop driving some 90 MPH. He's instead blaming the guy who turned on to the highway that the reckless cop hit! Any bets that MW doesn't even doesn't even understand the irony of what he's suggesting?

He probably doesn't. White, please promise you will never ridicule anyone for believing anything. At all. Not flat earth, not in liberalism, or for being for open borders or being a democrat or hating Trump or believing violent criminals out of jail early so long as you give them a hug before the go. Why? Because you are just as brainwashed and dimwitted as they are.

Pinguinite  posted on  2019-11-12   19:58:13 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#9. To: Pinguinite (#8)

MW is assigning blame to the driver in this high speed crash

Uh-huh. Because he's the one who failed to yield the right of way.

Here's a hint. Switch the drivers. See? Clearly the cop was at fault for turning in front of the other driver no matter what speed the other driver was going.

Get your head out of your anti-cop ass.

misterwhite  posted on  2019-11-13   9:48:52 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#10. To: misterwhite (#9)

Here's a hint. Switch the drivers. See? Clearly the cop was at fault for turning in front of the other driver no matter what speed the other driver was going.

You are a bigger pathological liar than Bill Clinton.

If the drivers were switched, you'd be blaming the guy driving 90 MPH. You would never dare blame a cop for doing the turn. Everyone here knows it. You know it. I know it. Everyone knows it.

Get your head out of your anti-cop ass.

If I have any reason to be anti-cop, it's because of pathological people like you who could and would NEVER ever find anyone in a blue uniform being at fault no matter what they do. A cop could walk into a kindergarden class and shoot everyone 5 year old in the head, and you'd proudly declare it to be the fault of the school. That is a fact. You are demented. You love cops like they are your own babies you gave birth to. In fact, not even any sane parent would ever go to the demented lengths you do to excuse the behavior of their kids.

I don't think I have ever encountered a greater double-standard hypocrite than you.

No, it's your kind of extremist double standard hypocrisy that foments anti-cop hatred. If you really cared about cops being well regarded by the public, you would advocate they be punished and held accountable when they kill people by driving with extreme recklessness. As is, your attitude creates, in the public eye, a death warrant for cops by declaring to the public that they are above and beyond the law.

It's a struggle for me to believe people like you can even exist.

Pinguinite  posted on  2019-11-13   13:20:36 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#11. To: Pinguinite (#10)

This neighbor girl back in the 80's was backing out of her driveway. A car was speeding and it hit her. She got the ticket. I thought it was wrong back then because he was speeding. Not that I actually saw the guy speeding. That is consistent with this case. Right or wrong.

A K A Stone  posted on  2019-11-13   14:06:33 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#12. To: A K A Stone (#11)

There is speeding, and then there is reckless endangerment. Doing 65 in a 55 and causing an accident is one thing. I think the general rule is more than 20 MPH over the limit is considered reckless endangerment.

In the case you cite, the legal issue in assigning blame is what can be proven. How is it known in your case the one driver was speeding? Unless it can be proven, it won't be considered a factor, and they have to default to citing the woman.

In the case of the cop, it's known with certainty from his dashcam that he was speeding, and not by a small amount.

Pinguinite  posted on  2019-11-13   14:15:29 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#13. To: Pinguinite (#12)

I think the general rule is more than 20 MPH over the limit is considered reckless endangerment.

I think the general rule is more than 37 MPH over the limit is considered reckless endangerment.

misterwhite  posted on  2019-11-13   14:21:48 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#14. To: misterwhite (#13)

What you think doesn't matter. As you've aptly demonstrated.

Pinguinite  posted on  2019-11-13   14:43:48 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#15. To: misterwhite (#9)

Uh-huh. Because he's the one who failed to yield the right of way.

It's a Matt Agorist article, always notable for what he leaves out.

  • Scott was traveling 68 mph when he struck the Nissan.

  • None of driver Wall's three passengers was using a seat belt.

  • Two of driver Wall's passengers appear to have been riding in the front where there were only two seats.

  • Passenger Benjamin Finken was riding in the front.

  • Passenger Kylie Lindsey, driver Wall's girlfriend, is believed to have been riding in the front, in the console area.

  • Passenger Kylie Lindsey was ejected from the vehicle.

  • Driver Wall's right hand vision was severely impaired by having a passenger riding in the console area.

  • Driver Wall claimed he never saw the police vehicle.

  • Driver Wall turned violating the right of way.

  • Driver Wall never attempted to slow or stop.

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Scott had been driving northbound on U.S. 27 at 91 mph five seconds before the 11:30 p.m. crash at a Carroll County intersection. He had slowed to 68 mph — still faster than the posted 55 mph speed limit — when he struck a 2005 Nissan Sentra attempting a left turn onto Holly Springs Road.


Following an initial investigation, the State Patrol said Wall’s failure to yield and Scott’s speed both contributed to the crash. But Dillon Wall said he never saw the trooper’s patrol car, his aunt said.

During their deliberations, jurors asked several questions about state law, including whether Dillon Wall could have also been charged in the crash. Ultimately, they decided not to charge anyone.

The DA said Wall’s statement to the grand jury was consistent with the statement he made three days after the crash, but it may well have had an impact.

“Whether or not it sways a grand jury, I think one could make a persuasive argument that it does,” Skandalakis said.

He noted that grand jurors believed that both drivers were at fault.

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Scott’s car hit the right side of the Nissan, ejecting Lindsey, according to the Georgia State Patrol.

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Kylie Lindsey, 17, and Isabella Chinchilla, 16, died from their injuries. Both were students at South Paulding High School.

Two others — Dillon Lewis Wall, then 18, and Benjamin Alan Finken, then 17, both of Douglasville — were critically injured, but survived. Wall, the driver, was the only teen wearing a seat belt. Though alcohol bottles were found in the Nissan, Wall did not have alcohol in his system, according to testimony.

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Both of the teens who were killed were not, according to the new testimony, in the back seat.

Two troopers testified that they analyzed Scott's dashcam video and other evidence, and concluded that 17-year-old Kylie Lindsey was possibly in the front seat, possibly obstructing the teen driver from seeing the oncoming trooper.

But prosecutors never let the jurors hear that information.

"If she was sitting or leaning through the middle console area, or sitting in the front passenger seat, yes, she would have obstructed the driver's view," Burrow said. "My opinion on this case is more than the factor that Trooper Scott was speeding. It's also a factor that Mr. Wall failed to yield the right of way by never attempting to slow or stop."

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nolu chan  posted on  2019-11-13   15:22:11 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

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