What’s WRONG with America…

Jalita J. Johnson, 26.

That’s what’s wrong with America—Jalita J. Johnson.

What's wrong with America? Marcus Wheeler, a known thug and gang-banger, was shot dead by a law enforcement officer in Omaha, Nebraska this year. Good riddance. Unfortunately, Jalita Johnson, who purchased Wheeler's Glock pistol in Georgia and secretly gave it to him; Jalita Johnson, who should have been charged as an accessory to murder and sent to a federal penitentiary, was sentenced to milk and cookies by Obama appointee U.S. District Judge Eleanor L. Ross.

What’s wrong with America? Marcus Wheeler, a known thug and gang-banger, was shot dead by a law enforcement officer in Omaha, Nebraska this year. Good riddance. Unfortunately, Jalita Johnson, who purchased Wheeler’s Glock pistol in Georgia and secretly gave it to him; Jalita Johnson, who should have been charged as an accessory to murder and sent to a federal penitentiary, was sentenced to milk and cookies by Obama appointee U.S. District Judge Eleanor L. Ross.

On April 23, Jalita swaggered into Arrowhead Pawn, 6433-A Tara Boulevard, Jonesboro, Georgia, not far from her home in Atlanta, with cash in one hand and a cell phone in the other. On the telephone advising her was a sometime boyfriend named Marcus Wheeler, also 26, a known gang-banger with a substantial criminal resume, including charges for a string of shootings and a five-year jail term for possession of cocaine with intent to distribute. He had been released from prison in 2014.

With the money Wheeler had given her to make the purchase, Jalita, who barely knew a semi-auto from a Seminole, purchased a 9mm Glock, a “50-round drum magazine,” and two boxes of ammo. She lied to the pawn shop owner, lied on the forms required for the purchase, and, upon returning home, turned the pistol over to Wheeler who, as a convicted felon, was barred from possessing a firearm.

A month later in Omaha, Nebraska, police detective Kerrie Orozco, 29, responded to a call for help from a fellow officer. Orozco had given birth, prematurely, to a baby daughter named Olivia Ruth in February, and the infant was still in the hospital’s prenatal care unit. Responding to the call would be Orozco’s final official act before going on maternity leave to take her baby home.

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Omaha police detective Kerrie Orozco’s funeral took place on May 26, the original due date for her baby daughter. Hundreds of people lined the streets of Omaha, Nebraska to pay tribute, many dressed in empathetic blue. Several thousand additional mourners sat in Omaha’s downtown arena and watched a live video feed of the funeral, which took place in St John’s Catholic Church at Creighton University. Besides three-month-old Olivia, Orozco was stepmother to Natalia, 8, and Santiago, 6. Omaha, Nebraska Police Chief Todd Schmaderer described Kerrie Orozco as a remarkable person and officer: “I can’t think of a better representative of our profession than Kerrie Orozco.” Orozco was active in the community she patrolled. She coached a youth baseball team for the Boys & Girls Club, volunteered for the Special Olympics, and served as president of the Police Officer’s Ball to benefit the event. She took in rescue dogs, was a Girl Scout mentor, and volunteered for the “Shop with a Cop” program, which provides Christmas presents for needy children. Kerrie Orozco was buried at St. Joseph Cemetery in Council Bluffs.

Now on May 20, not a month after Jalita’s illegal purchase, Orozco and a fellow officer were attempting to arrest a man who was wanted for an earlier shooting. It was Wheeler and in his pocket was the Glock pistol loaded with Jalita’s bullets. Without warning, Wheeler drew the gun and shot Orozco. The bullet blew through the officer’s neck just above her protective vest. The second officer then shot and killed Wheeler.

After carrying out an emergency trace on Wheeler’s gun, Atlanta ATF agents arrested Jalita Johnson. It wasn’t easy for Jalita to explain where the money came from to buy the Glock. Or why her boyfriend, the now deceased Wheeler, had sent her several text messages while she was in the pawn shop, texts that clearly directed her purchase.

Jalita, of course, lied to them also. She was not sure of the make or model of the gun she had purchased, she said. The agents showed her a copy of the firearms transaction record from the pawn shop and she admitted it looked like the one she had filled out when she bought the gun, the one where she had checked “Yes” to the question asking whether she was the actual buyer of the gun. And yes, that looked like her signature, a little bit. Under oath, she suggested that “someone who lived with her” might have taken the gun, she wasn’t quite sure … maybe. She couldn’t remember.

In August, Jalita Johnson finally admitted that yes, she bought the Glock, the ammo, and a 50-round magazine, and yes, they were paid for and intended to be used by the now deceased boyfriend, Marcus Wheeler.

In October, Jalita Johnson plead guilty to providing false information to a federally licensed firearms dealer when she purchased the gun.

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What’s wrong with America? Eleanor Ross. Barack Obama appointed her to the position of U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Georgia in order to balance a preponderance of highly qualified white male judges. Ross sentenced Jalita J. Johnson, willing accessory to the murder of Omaha police officer Kerrie Orozco, to a year of probation and ordered her to perform 40 hours of “community service” and serve 180 days of house arrest.

U.S. District Judge Eleanor L. Ross, an Obama administration appointee, sentenced Jalita to a year of probation and ordered her to perform 40 hours of “community service” and serve 180 days of house arrest. A year of probation for being an accessory to the murder of a white cop. And 40 hours of community service for being an accessory to the murder of a young mother. And 180 days of house arrest for being an accessory to the murder of a loving wife and irreplaceable member of the community. In other words, Eleanor Ross sentenced Jalita J. Johnson to milk and cookies.

Eleanor Ross.

That’s what’s wrong with America—Eleanor Ross.

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