22 CoreCivic protest arrests: No prosecutions by D.A., despite Police Chief’s demand for consequences

Metro Police arrested 22 people during a CoreCivic protest in August, and Police Chief Anderson demanded “corresponding and commensurate consequences” in an unusually heated statement about the incident. The District Attorney’s Office has now decided NONE of the cases will be prosecuted, and can now be expunged, despite the Chief’s wishes.

No charges filed in Antioch shooting death of Alijah Williams, 18

Metro Police say they won’t be filing charges at this time in the Christmas day shooting death of 18-year-old Alijah Williams, on Creekview Drive. Williams was shot and killed by 19-year-old Montarius Bean on the front porch, then went to his car, where he died.

Dr. Richard Soper assaulted his g/f & got away with it – But we have his text confession

A Nashville doctor that specializes in addiction & recovery therapy assaulted a girlfriend/employee, and walked away with the charges dropped. We have his private text messages where he admits to the assault, and tells how he would get the charges dropped – and they were. Not only do the texts show him talking about a judge that will get the case dismissed, but they also appear to show him offing to pay the victim to not show up in court. We’re publishing this now, before the records are expunged, and…

Nashville Man Has 66th Charge Dismissed in Nashville Saturday (49th Public Intox Dismissed) – 159 Total Charges

On Saturday, Edward Albert Batson, 65, was arrested, for his 159th charge in Nashville – and for the 66th time, the charge was dismissed. Are we so overcrowded that we are just dismissing minor charges, sometimes before they even get past intake/holding? It seems if you have 49 charges for public intoxication – at some point should you stop making the arrests, or petition the court for mandated rehab? Instead Nashville is just turning them back onto the street, without help or supervision, just charges dismissed.   159 charges in…