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Officer Katlyn Alix, 24, killed during game of Russian roulette

Discussion in 'Crimes' started by Skitt, Jan 28, 2019.

  1. Dobrev

    Dobrev Former Member

    ikr. nothing to add other than repeating this over and over.
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  2. GarAndMo49

    GarAndMo49 Not A Sheeple

    St. Louis police, special prosecutor seize email server from Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner's office
    In an interview with 5 On Your Side, Gardner called the move a coordinated effort to intimidate, embarrass and harass her office.

    Author: Jacob Long
    Published: 12:12 PM CDT March 13, 2019
    Updated: 10:11 AM CDT March 14, 2019
    ST. LOUIS — The email server from the St. Louis Circuit Attorney's Office was briefly taken and then returned by police and a special prosecutor's team on Tuesday.

    According to the office, St. Louis Police and an attorney working with special prosecutor Gerard Carmody arrived and seized the server at approximately 3 p.m.
    Once on site, the officers and the attorney reportedly could not determine what information or data they actually wanted to secure from the server, according to the circuit attorney's office.

    The server, which contains hundreds of thousands of highly sensitive files about past and current crimes, victims, defendants, and investigations, was returned about an hour later at 4 p.m.

    In an interview with 5 On Your Side, Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner said she did not believe police or Carmody's team had enough time to remove any useful information from the server, but she wasn't totally sure.
    She did, however, blast the seizure as a coordinated effort to intimidate her and intentionally disrupt the workflow of her office.

    "Look at the tactics used by the police department. That is their search warrant to intimidate, harass and embarrass this office. You affect our daily business and that's a problem. I have a problem with that," Gardner said. <snip>
  3. Dobrev

    Dobrev Former Member

    :thankyou: for the new info @GarAndMo49
  4. GarAndMo49

    GarAndMo49 Not A Sheeple

    Hi @IcedTea ! You're very welcome! Great to see you in this thread!
  5. GarAndMo49

    GarAndMo49 Not A Sheeple

    • Mar 13, 2019
    People gather for a candlelight vigil in memory of Katlyn Alix in Heartland Park in Wentzville on what would have been Alix's 25th birthday on Tuesday, March 12, 2019. Family and friends of Alix lit candles, sang songs, and released balloons in her honor during the ceremony.

    Alix, a St. Louis Police officer, was off duty when she was shot and killed by an on-duty officer, Nathaniel Hendren. The two were allegedly playing a modified game of Russian Roulette at Hendren's home on Jan. 24, 2019.
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  6. Dobrev

    Dobrev Former Member

    :thankyou: @GarAndMo49
    nice to meet you :)
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  7. Dobrev

    Dobrev Former Member

    The two were allegedly playing a modified game of Russian Roulette at Hendren's home on Jan. 24, 2019.

    this i dont believe.
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  8. Cousin Dupree

    Cousin Dupree Platinum Member

    The FBI needs to step in here and start investigating the entire police force. There is definitely something very wrong with this police department, and the judge who signed the warrant.
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  9. Mel70

    Mel70 Bronze Member

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  10. GarAndMo49

    GarAndMo49 Not A Sheeple

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  11. Mel70

    Mel70 Bronze Member

    "Russian Roulette" NEVER ends well. SOMEONE always dies. THAT'S THE POINT! And "Police officers" should know this. WTH ?! I will NEVER UNDERSTAND THIS! Maybe if they were using a "Revolver" they thought that's what a "Roulette wheel" was.
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  12. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    St. Louis police officer allegedly killed by her colleague receives officer of the year award

    Running into a burning building to save lives, chasing down and arresting armed criminals as well as building bridges with the youth in the city's most violent police district are among the deeds that earned Officer Katlyn Alix the title of North Patrol's Officer of the Year this week — an honor that came months after police say she was killed by a fellow officer.

    A crowd of about 100 people, mostly police officers, Mayor Lyda Krewson, Public Safety Director Jimmie Edwards and Police Chief John Hayden attended the annual North Patrol Division Officers of the Month and Year Awards Luncheon Wednesday where Alix and about two dozen other officers were honored from the city's fifth and sixth districts.

    Alix, 24, earned Officer of the Month awards in September and October for the Sixth District.

    KTVI's Katherine Hessel emceed the event, and read a summary of Alix's actions that earned her the award. Along with taking down armed suspects, she was "frequently" seen playing basketball with the kids on her beat or letting them see the inside of her patrol car.


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  13. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Family of Officer Katlyn Alix file wrongful death lawsuit

    The family of a police officer shot and killed by another officer has filed a wrongful death lawsuit.

    Officer Katlyn Alix was shot and killed by Nathaniel Hendren back in January during a "Russian Roulette" style game. Alix's mother has filed suit against Hendren, his partner Patrick Riordan who was also in the apartment, the police sergeant on duty, and the city of St. Louis on Wednesday.

    Hendren was charged with involuntary manslaughter in her death. He has pleaded not guilty.

    According to the lawsuit, Hendren had a "complicated psychiatric history, including but not limited to anxiety and depression, PTSD, suicidal ideations and gestures" before being hired by the police department.

    He also "had a history of acting recklessly with firearms, forcing previous girlfriends to play 'Russian roulette' and engage in other sexual activity that involved firearms" the lawsuit alleged.

    The lawsuit said the city acted neglegently because they should have known about all of that before hiring him.

    The lawsuit said they do not know if the city was aware of his psychiatric and disciplinary history because the city has refused to release full disciplinary or employment files "claiming that such records of an officer accused of criminal conduct are closed records under Missouri's sunshine laws."

    The City of St. Louis said they would provide a statement about the lawsuit on Thursday and the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department said they do not comment on pending litigation.

    Scott Rosenblum, one of the lawyers representing the family in this lawsuit, released the following statement:

    "All the lawyers involved — myself, my son Cole Rosenblum, as well as Johnny Simon of the Simon law firm — absolutely believe this is a righteous lawsuit and feel confident that the facts will support our claim."

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