“They Didn’t Have To Shoot Me Six Times,” Amy Bramuchi said about Alpharetta police officers who broke into her home while she was sleeping. She’s talking about an incident on September 25th when Alpharetta police officers shot her, in what she claims was an act of “retaliation.”
The nationally certified Massage Therapist and Yoga Instructor recalled, “I was asleep and the next thing I know I hear my door being broken down. I was scared, and I didn’t know what was going on.”
Bramuchi explained to local CBS Atlanta News that she was on medication and sleeping pills. A friend of her’s was worried that she was suicidal, which she claims was incorrect. But because of the medication, she did not hear police at the door.
A police report in fact confirmed that officers did not make contact with he, so they violently forced their way in.
Bramuchi was roused from her sleep and grabbed an unloaded gun, to go investigate what was the matter.
That’s when Bramuchi says, “they shot me six times.
“I don’t think they needed to shoot me six times. I think there are non-lethal weapons. They could have pounced on me. They could have attacked me, tackled me.”
But Bramuchi explains that the officers knew exactly what they were doing.
That’s because late last year, Bramuchi reported that a veteran officer, Lt. Dan Dreslinski, had been having sex with her repeatedly while on the tax-payer’s dime.
Dreslinski decided to resign in order to avoid being fired for his actions while on duty.
Watch the local video report below…
“I think this is all part of the conspiracy,” Bramuchi explained. “I think it’s all part of the thing with Lt. Dreslinski.”
“I want people to know that the police shouldn’t be trusted and you have to be very, very, very careful,” Bramuchi cautioned others who wish to report police misconduct, implying that they too might find themselves shot in a scenario where police claim the “right” to gun down citizens in their own homes, even when they have committed no crimes.
Georgia Cop Block reports that the following are the names and badge numbers of all the police involved: Allen, J. (311); Bradley, R. (154); Carter, J. (333); Davis, G. (148); Farmer, K. (191); Fisher, D.A. (391); Garren, C. (116); Glass (384); Gordon, G. (280); Jones, G. (128); Noble, R.B. (387); Lindgren, T. (K9, PAT)(282); Farmer K., (CID, GEN) (191); Wessel, R., (PAT, PAT) (216).
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(Article by Moreh B.D.K.)