Saturday, July 23, 2011

Shouting, Laughing Supporters of Confessed Clayton County, GA, Cop-Killer/Armed Robber, Jonathan Bun Chant: “Free Jon Jon!”

Murdered Clayton County Sheriff’s Deputy, Rick Day, and his confessed killer, super-predator Jonathan Bun, 17.


Teen Accused of Killing Cop Appears in Court
By Tom Jones
Posted: 1:53 p.m. EDT, July 22, 2011; updated: 8:22 p.m. EDT, July 22, 2011.

CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. -- A teenager accused of killing a Clayton County sheriff’s deputy had his first court appearance Friday.

Jonathan Bun is charged with one count of malice murder, felony murder, aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime in the death of Deputy Rick Daly. Daly was shot and killed on Wednesday.

Investigators said Bun confessed to the shooting….

[Watch the video in the linked story by WSB-TV’s Tom Jones to see the killer’s friends. I’m guessing these are fellow cut-throats and their girlfriends, though some could be camp followers.]

Warrant: Teen confesses to killing Clayton deputy
By Tracye Hutchins
Posted: July 22, 2011 6:18 a.m. EDT; updated: July 22, 2011 1:53 p.m. EDT.

Besides the armed robbery charge, Bun also is charged with one count each of malice murder, felony murder, aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

Sheriff Kem Kimbrough said police dogs bit Bun in the face and neck when they found him in some woods near East Fayetteville and Walker Roads in Riverdale Wednesday.

Bun is being held in the Henry County Jail. There was a heavy presence of law enforcement officers at his Clayton County court appearance….

Bun, 17, murdered Clayton County Sheriff’s Deputy Rick Daly, 55, on July 20, as Daly sought to arrest Bun, who was wanted for a January armed robbery.

Bun reportedly confessed to both the murder and the armed robbery to Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) interrogators. He was probably questioned by the GBI due to the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office’s conflict of interest, in investigating the killing of one of their own, and in order to protect the case from the inevitable charges by defense counsel of law enforcement gaining the confession through duress, tampering with evidenece, etc.

Yesterday, Chief Clayton County Magistrate Judge Daphne M. Walker ordered Bun held without bond on all of the warrants in his name.

Bun will now either deny he confessed, or recant, or say that he only confessed under horrific duress, the GBI be damned. His lawyer will seek to get the confession thrown out as evidence in the trial.

Note that Bun’s supporters didn’t even claim that he was innocent of the charges; they just demanded his release. With time, supporters of America’s Jonathan Buns will be demanding their friends’ release the way gangs do in Mexico, with machine guns and hand grenades, and over the corpses of police chiefs.

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