Tasha Thomas, 26, the girlfriend of John Crawford was just confirmed as the victim of a fatal car crash, along with 30-year-old Frederick Bailey.
Thomas was with Crawford at the Beavercreek Walmart near Thomas’ home, when Beavercreek Police Officer Sean Williams shot and killed the African-American father, even though he had not broken any law.
The New Year’s Day crash comes as police response to protests and “die ins” at the Beavercreek Walmart and Fairfield Commons Mall have drawn national scrutiny.
Police say that Thomas’ vehicle was traveling at nearly 100 miles per hour on a city street at 3 o’clock in the afternoon, when it crashed into a pole and overturned several times.
There is no explanation for why Thomas and Bailey would have been driving at such uncanny speeds on downtown Dayton streets in the middle of the afternoon.
Do you think this was just a coincidence? Or could this be “pay back” for the heat police are getting for Tasha Thomas going public after the video circulated of Beavercreek police interrogating her when she had broken no law?
She was just shopping for ingredients to make “smores” at a cookout, early last August… That’s when Beavercreek Police shot and killed Tasha Thomas’ boyfriend, John Crawford III. Now a video of that disturbing and cruel police interrogation has just been released (scroll down for video).
The video of the interrogation goes well beyond the definition of “cruel and unusual” psychological abuse… and Tasha had not even given them reason to believe she had committed any crime at all!
Beavercreek Police Detective Rodney Curd brutally interrogated Tasha, accusing her and John of planning a massive heist of the Walmart Pharmacy to get thousands of dollars in drugs.
Watch the disturbing video of the heartless Beavercreek Police at work…
Detective Curd asked a serious of disgusting questions in his attempt to frame John Crawford and Tasha.
The fact that John was on the phone with the mother of his children LeeCee Johnson, and his own mother, who was watching his children while he went to a cook out in the Dayton area, spurred a cold-hearted question by Detective Curd:
“Did he ever mention, ‘Shoot that bitch,’” Curd asked in his frame-up attempt.
He also discussed several disturbing scenarios that neither Thomas nor Crawford had given any indication of through their actions. Curd had criminalized their completely legal behavior and repeatedly tormented Thomas for failing to implicate herself, or the boyfriend who trigger-happy Beavercreek Officer Sean William had just killed.
At the very conclusion of the interrogation, Curd blames John for his own death and in doing so informs Tasha for the first time – and in the most unimaginably heartless way – that her boyfriend is dead.
Now, right as things are heating up in Beavercreek, Tasha ends up dead… Make of that what you will.
Source: Counter Current News