St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department’s Captain Mike Deeba co-owns 0311 Tactical Solutions, LLC
In our previous post, we talked about St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department’s severe conflict of interest. They employ their own #RiotKing Sergeant Brian Rossomanno’s national security contracting firm, 0311 Tactical Solutions, LLC to train their officers in military tactical combat skills. According to 0311’s poorly redacted website, the police department made it mandatory for all SLMPD employees to receive 0311’s training. While we know the cronyism is strong behind that thin blue line, it’s difficult as an outsider to dig into how deep that rabbit hole goes, even with being fairly adept in researching. But fear not, our cleverness, with patience and diligence, has indeed paid off. Read more “#RoastAManno ep. 2: 0311 Tactical Solutions Isn’t a Solo Venture”
St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department Sergeant Brian Rossomanno lines his pockets with city budget
Finally St. Louis residents are being made aware of Sgt. Brian Rossomanno’s national security contracting business, 0311 Tactical Solutions, LLC. His private company is contracted to train the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department in military tactics. Beyond this being a glaring conflict of interest, it is very telling of the type of training the police receive to use against residents. We have seen, day after day, heavily armored police attacking non-violent protesters, nearly always without provocation. And of course, leading his army of tactically trained police, is the self-proclaimed #RiotKing Sgt. Rossomanno himself. Rossamanno is the head of St Louis Metropolitan Police Department’s civil disobedience team. He makes the call to brutally attack non-violent protesters with chemical munitions, as well as using illegal maneuvers such as kettling.
In STLToday’s article that brought this subject to light, they reported:
Rossomanno declined to be interviewed for this story. In an email on Friday, he said that 0311 Tactical did not bid on contracts from the St. Louis police because it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Later that day, his company’s website was edited to delete the St. Louis police department and its SWAT team as clients.
Read more “#RoastAManno ep. 1: St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department’s Conflict of Interest”