Make the court hearing on Jan. 13 2012 for police assaulting local DJ a public hearing.
Regarding the Appeal on January 13, 2012 ,First Assistant District Attorney Michael Tredeau said, "The Judge will decide if the hearing is open to the public, based on whether the public interest outweighs the privacy of the accused" This is your chance to be heard Cape Cod, We need your voice!
"Duane Alves, (DJ Alvzie) who was treated at Cape Cod Hospital for broken bones around his right eye and a damaged nasal cavity, said in a previous interview with the Times that at least three officers from off-Cape departments assaulted him inside The Steak House Sports Bar in Hyannis. Alves said the officers were among a group of police and federal agents visiting the Cape for a spring conference of the New England Narcotic Officer's Association"
In the last hearing it was kept private and the hearing went into the evening hours, and in a very disturbing manner the officers were found not guilty, showing there was something wrong, its so obvious that the Cape D.A. is reopening the case. All members of society as well as law enforcement should be held accountable for their negative actions no exceptions. Make your voice heard! Let them know we want this to be a public hearing, so we can openly see the facts and the testimonies to answer a list of unanswered questions to bring justice to this situation, where a local Dj Alvzie (Duane Alves) was jumped and had bones broken in his face and none of the officers were charged! Why should it be private? Even the D.A. sees theres something sketchy going on. NOT IN MY BACK YARD! NIMBY!