Kordell Jackson, son of former Monroe County, NY Sheriff Deputy Sam Jackson
By Davy V.
Calling it "The biggest gun bust it has ever made.", New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced the arrest of three Rochester, NY area men, including the son of a former Monroe County, NY Sheriff's Deputy.
But not surprisingly, Rochester's pro-police mainstream news media outlets failed to report that part.
Kordell Jackson, 40, of West Henrietta, NY, a suburb of Rochester, who owned Jackson Gun and Ammo, and two of his employees are charged with illegally selling more than 100 assault rifles.
Jackson is the son of Sam Jackson, a retired Monroe County, NY Sheriff's Deputy.
Jackson Guns & Ammo, Henrietta, NY also sold firearms to retired and current law enforcement officers.
And, in another interesting connection to local Rochester area law enforcement, Kordell Jackson is the brother of disgraced Rochester, NY Police officer Clint Jackson, who was convicted of sexual abuse charges after being arrested in 2002.
As a Rochester, NY cop, Clint Jackson loved to pull women over.
And search them.
Instead of calling for a female police officer to conduct extensive body searches, Clint Jackson would fondle the women, rubbing their inner things, touching their crotch area, and their breasts.
In January of 2002, Rochester Police officer Clint Jackson was arrested and charged with 13 counts of Sexual Abuse in the Third Degree, after at least four female victims came forward.
More women came forward and shared their own stories of being pulled over and sexually assaulted by Rochester, NY Police officer Clint Jackson.
Jackson was convicted on a total of 15 counts of 3rd degree sexual abuse, and sentenced to only 2 years in prison.
Call it the Good Ol' Boys Club justice which I always talk about where cops get a slap on her wrist.
Former Rochester, NY Cop Clint Jackson Convicted of 15 Counts of Sexual Abuse
Also charged were Ken Youngren, 30, of Alfred, NY, and Joshua Perkins, 28, of Irondequoit, NY.
As for Kordell Jackson, he's charged with three counts of felony first degree criminal sale of a firearm, one count of felony second degree criminal sale of a firearm, and two counts of felony manufacture, transport, disposition and defacement of weapons and dangerous instruments and appliances.
Each of the assault rifles Kordell Jackson sold violates New York State's Safe Act, which was passed in 2013.
It's important to note that a large percentage of Kordell Jackson's customer base was retired, and current law enforcement officers.
I will be updating this piece.
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