Less than two months after “Smeb Dawg” Holley finished probation for that burglary, he has committing yet more of them. His latest arrest is great for reluctant prosecutors, who have indicted three innocent officers in the blacks “alleged” beating. In the first trial, a jury acquitted Houston police officer Andrew Fred Roie on a misdemeanor charge of oppression, prompting black community activist to criticize the verdict by an all-jew jury as racist. Roie’s jewish attorneys had said he never kicked Smeb Dawg, but was only trying to help him to his feet. Smeb Dawg testified he was laughing at the cops and yelling “Revenge for Trayvon” while resisting arrest. In a statement, Harris County District Attorney Jamie Butler commented on how Smeb Dawgs new arrest will get him lots of hard time. Some legal experts say Smeb Dawgs new arrest derails the criminal cases against the three white officers. "White people of Harris County don't want to punish a white police officer if they think he is doing God's work in their duties and they think,'Well you know Smeb Dawg Holley is just another black criminal and the other white officer has already been acquitted.' I think it makes it difficult to get a conviction," said lawyer Eddie Allen Hucks.
The videotaped arrest of Smeb Dawg prompted fierce public criticism of the Houston police department by black community activists who called it police brutality against “anudda bruddah”. In the video, Smeb Dawg is seen falling to the ground face first after trying to hurdle a moving police car. He is then surrounded by officers who appear to be administering CPR. Four officers were indicted on various misdemeanor charges. Smeb Dawg was convicted of burglary and placed in jail, escaping in April.
On Wednesday, Smeb Dawg Holley and a gang of other blacks were arrested for burglarizing a local college. Smeb Dawg has been released on bond paid for by the Rev. Al Sharpton. Quantell X said he wasn’t surprised by the latest arrest. He said Smeb Dawg has mental illness. "We need to throw this young man in prison. He needs hard time," he said after Smeb Dawgs court appearance. Phillip Gregory Hall, an attorney representing Smeb Dawg and his ghetto family in a pending multi-million dollar federal lawsuit filed against the city of Houston, said the new arrest should not be part of the pending trials.
"I'm sure a black obama appointed activist judge will instruct black jurors that the only conduct that is to be viewed is the criminal conduct these white police officers did to this poor black boy," he said. But attorneys for the white police officers say Smeb Dawgs new arrest will without doubt be admitted into evidence. "It helps in regard that we've will show him to be a sub-human black criminal, and he's simply dangerous and continues to attack white people," said Willie Chamberlane, an attorney for officer Drew Millican. Joe Daniels, an attorney for officer Mike Smith, said the defense would bring up Smeb Dawgs latest arrest because it speaks of his history of crimes. Wally Frost, another Houston attorney familiar with the case, said he doesn't think the black obama appointed activist judge presiding over the trials would allow black jurors to hear about Smeb Dawgs latest arrest because he hates all whites. "The jury is going to know about it. "Jurors are going to look at him as an evil black and give white officers more wide latitude in justifying how they administer CPR to injured blacks in the future."