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Sunday, February 3, 2008

02/03/08 - The Stamford Police Know How To Properly Investigate A Drug Death

MESSAGE TO GREENWICH POLICE CHIEF
DAVID RIDBERG:


Stamford police have quickly went after a man and charged him with with first-degree manslaughter for providing drugs and failing to call 911 when Dr. Ian Rubins, a Greenwich plastic surgeon, became ill from an overdose. Rubins later died.

Leonard Bajramaj, 32, of Stamford, has pleaded not guilty in that case.

Please see this article:

Greenwich doctor’s death tied to drugs, arrest made
Greenwich Post - Greenwich,CT,USA
A Stamford man is under arrest after what police are calling the drug-related death of former Greenwich Hospital plastic surgeon Ian Rubins. ...


But What About The A Dead Byram Boy That Was The Son Of A Landscaper?

No one is arresting those that supplied him with drugs and covered up his death.

Do you have to be a rich plastic surgeon to get justice?

What about John J. Bria's Family.

The Greenwich Police Department for three years failed to charge anyone in the manslaughter of John Bria of Byram.

Katie Hanscom, Savannah Lamotte, Megan Caron and Jason Cunningham have walked away from a night of hard illegal drugs without as much as a slap on the wrist.

None of these druggies was ever held accountable for the death of a 19 year old Byram boy,

Even though the Greenwich Police Department has failed to properly investigate the three year old death, the Bria family has sued
Katie Hanscom, Savannah Lamotte, Megan Caron and Jason Cunningham.

Further, A Stamford judge ruled against a motion to dismiss the lawsuit, finding that those who provide fatal doses of illegal drugs can be civilly responsible for injuries and deaths.

IT IS TIME TO REINVESTIGATE THE BRIA MANSLAUGHTER CASE.

THE BRIA CASE SHOULD HAVE NEVER BEEN CLOSED.

THERE ARE TOO MANY UNSOLVED DEATHS IN GREENWICH
.

Why Hasn't
The Greenwich Police Department Went After The People Involved In Kyle Lendenmann Death.

Kyle was a 17-year-old Greenwich High School student who was found dead at his home last year of a methadone overdose a year ago.

But the citizens of Greenwich Never Hear Of These Deaths.

The Greenwich Police Department Needs To Start Going After People Who Give Our Kids Hard Drugs.

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