Thursday, January 23, 2014

Chickens have come home to Roost! Lead Police Chief in DJ Henry case Charged with Child Porn

   Brian Fanelli than Lead Police Lieutenant, now Police Chief, who lied to coverup the truth about the senseless killing of an unarmed College Football player who attended Pace University in Pleasantville, New York has been arrested and exposed as a Child Predator.

Danroy DJ Henry was an 20 year old honorable young man and student who was shot and killed by Police Officer Aaron Hess, while sitting in his car waiting for friends outside of a Thornwood, N.Y. neighborhood bar and restaurant in 2010. Aaron Hess was never criminally charged by a Grand Jury, however his parents are in the process of Federal Civil Rights Violations via the Department of Justice.

LoHudNews reports:

Mount Pleasant police Chief Brian Fanelli was arrested Thursday by federal agents on child porn charges after a search warrant was executed at a Mahopac home, a law enforcement source said.
Fanelli was expected to appear later Thursday in U.S. District Court in White Plains.

Town Supervisor Joan Mayberry called the news “very disturbing” and said that Fanelli had been suspended with pay in accordance with his contract. She added that she is considering the appointment of an acting chief from among the department’s two lieutenants while Fanelli’s legal situation plays itself out.

Mayberry was told of Fanelli’s arrest around 12:15 p.m., she said. U.S. Homeland Security agents told her that he would be charged with trafficking in child pornography, she said.

“We are fully cooperating with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in this investigation,” Mayberry said.
No one was home Thursday afternoon at Fanelli's raised ranch at 50 Archer Road in Mahopac Falls, a relatively quiet neighborhood of single-family homes near the Westchester County border.

About 8:30 a.m. Thursday, neighbors saw a group of cars and vans pull up in front of Fanelli’s house. At least two of the people who got out of the vehicles wore helmets and SWAT team uniforms, though Fanelli was apparently taken into custody without incident, neighbors said. READ MORE

HOMECOMING: THE KILLING OF DJ HENRY from Garland McLaurin on Vimeo.

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