Thursday, April 5, 2018

17 Shots; Greece, NY Cop Jeffrey Fraser Empties Full Clip, Reloads, Fires 4 More Shots at Senior Citizen, Killing Him



Greece, NY Police Officer Jeffrey Fraser 



Robert Litollf, shot at a total of 17 times, and killed by Greece, NY Police Officer Jeffrey Fraser.
Photo: Facebook 



By Davy V.

By all accounts from friends and neighbors, 81-year old Robert Litollf was a devoted husband who loved his wife and family, as well as a good friend.

According to Greece, NY Police Chief Patrick Phelan, early Thursday morning, around 2:09 a.m., one of his officers, Jeffrey Fraser, who had his wife tagging along with him on official police business, responded to Betwood Lane, in the Rochester, NY suburb, after Phelan says Robert Litollf called 911 and said he was going to kill his wife.

After Greece, NY Police Officer Jeffrey Fraser arrived at Litollf’s residence, Phelan says Litollf pointed a .22 caliber rifle at Officer Fraser.

That’s when Chief Phelan says Fraser shot at Litollf a total of 17 times, hitting the 81-year old twice, and killing him instantly.

Of course, there’s no body cam footage of the shooting, or of Robert Litollf allegedly pointing a rifle at Officer Fraser.

That’s because despite the fact that Greece, NY is one of the largest suburban towns in the U.S., with a population of nearly 100,000 residents, the Greece, NY Police Department doesn’t use body cams.

How convenient.

So, we have to believe what the Chief says.

The Chief of the Greece, NY Police Department.

The same Greece, NY Police Department known for its long dark history of corruption.

The same Greece, NY Police Department where one of its officers, Gary Pignato, coerced numerous women into having sex with him, by threatening them with violating their probation if they refused.

The same Greece, NY Police Department where one of its officers, Nick Joseph, was high on cocaine and alcohol, driving  more than 75 miles per hour, when he rear ended a stalled vehicle where a pregnant woman was sitting behind the wheel.

The woman nearly lost her baby who had to be delivered via emergency C-section, while Nick Joseph fled the scene, like a coward, under the cover of night.

The same Greece, NY Police Department whose Chief, Merritt Rahn, aided Sgt. Nick Joseph’s escape, and falsified official records in a coverup attempt.

Greece, NY Police Officer Gary Pignato, Sgt. Joseph, and Chief Rahn were all convicted and served prison sentences.

And Chief Phelan wants you to believe him.

Not so fast Chief.



Greece, NY Police Chief Patrick Phelan


Many questions remain in the execution style killing of an 81-year old man.

81 years old.

A senior citizen.

Shot at 17 times.

17 times.

At a news conference early Thursday morning, Greece, NY Police Chief Patrick Phelan was asked how many bullets officers’ service guns hold.

Chief Phelan replied, “There’s thirteen rounds in the gun.”

13.

Now, math was my least favorite subject in high school, but I know how to add, and subtract.

And I know that if you subtract 13 from 17, you have 4 left.

Which means that Greece, NY Police Officer Jeffrey Fraser emptied a full clip on an 81-year old man.

A FULL CLIP.

13.

Then, Officer Fraser inserted another full clip into his .45 Glock Auto.

And fired 4 more.

Seventeen shots.

17.

At an 81-year old man.

A senior citizen.

I guess Greece, NY Police Officer Jeffrey Fraser really wanted to pump an old man full of lead.

Chief Phelan said the rifle Robert Litollf was holding was not loaded.

According to Chief Phelan, the majority of the 17 shots that Officer Fraser fired, struck the Litollf residence where his wife was asleep inside.

Phelan said at least one bullet struck a neighboring home.

Sounds like a trigger-happy cop recklessly firing off shots.

I also find it very interesting that despite Greece, NY Police Officer Jeffrey Fraser firing a total of 17 shots at a senior citizen, he only hit him twice.

In other words, he missed 15 times?

Wow.

Officer Fraser is either a really poor shot, or he was so far away from Mr. Litollf, that he was never really in any clear danger.

I’m going with the latter.


I will be updating this story.