Tchaasu Taylor; killed two days after he was released on bail

| May 16, 2018 | 94 Comments

Tchaasu Taylor was killed by a homeowner last week in Trinity, Alabama when he tried a home invasion. Two days prior, he was released on $31,000 bail for kidnapping and assault on a woman.

WAAY 31 asked the Madison County District Attorney why Taylor was back on the street so quickly.

Robert Broussard told us it’s simple, anyone is innocent until proven guilty and the bond that was set for Taylor is fair.

“I don’t look at an incident like this and think man this system is so broke,” he said.

The Madison County DA is talking about Tchaasu Taylor’s arrest in Huntsville and eventual death days later in Morgan County.

Huntsville police say Taylor kidnapped a woman from a business off Highway 72 after seeing text messages on her phone about a week and a half ago.

Investigators said Taylor hit, kicked, and stabbed the woman. He then beat her with weapons while he drove from Huntsville to Muscle Shoals, according to police.

Days later, police arrested Taylor but he was out on about a $31,000 bond in about a day.

“I hate to say it, but it’s not uncommon that somebody who is out on bond ends up committing another crime. The natural question is why were they out on bond? You’re entitled to it. You’re presumed innocent until proven guilty,” said Broussard.

Decatur Police said Taylor did commit another crime. He broke into a home in Trinity, and police say the homeowner shot and killed him.

“I believe the system works pretty good. I really do. You can always point to the one that maybe if somehow this guy was locked up certainly he wouldn’t commit another crime in Morgan county and he wouldn’t have got killed, but there’s no way to forecast that,” Broussard added.

The Decatur Daily says that Taylor has a long history of violent crime;

Also, a hearing had been set for May 21 in Madison County on the state’s motion to revoke bond for Taylor, according to circuit court documents. Taylor was indicted last month by a Madison County grand jury on a first-degree burglary charge, documents state.

Taylor was arrested in August and released from jail the next month after he made bond, documents show. According to documents, Taylor had entered a dwelling and struck another man in the nose and mouth.

The only justice I see is that which an armed citizen dealt Taylor.

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  1. Mick says:

    Tchaasu Taylor, DOT.

    Claw?

  2. 3/10/MED/b says:

    Curly Bill cue, please, anyone?

  3. sj says:

    Just when he was trying to turn his life around. And he was such a good boy. /s

  4. ChipNASA says:

    Heez a good boy.
    He dinnt doo nuffin.
    He was turnin’ his life aroun’
    He was gonna get hiz GED.
    Dat man dinnt’ haffa kill heem
    /did I miss any?

  5. OldManchu says:

    Tongue chewer. Sure sign of very low intelligence.

  6. Jeff LPH 3, 63-66 says:

    If the home invasion took place in Kalifornia, the home owner would most likely be charged with manslaughter./sar

    • The Other Whitey says:

      Depends on where in this Soviet Socislist Shithole. Going by letter of the overly-restrictive state law, the scumbag must be inside your house, all entry wounds must be to his front, you’re supposed to prove fear for your life, and you’re supposed to tell him to get out and give him a chance to leave first. If some asshole is in my house, I fear for my life, and more importantly for the lives of my wife and children. As for the warning requirement, every city cop and sheriff’s deputy I’ve met says the same thing: he can’t claim you didn’t if he’s dead.

      Of course, if you’re anywhere around the Gay Bay, they will try to prosecute you for not offering up your house, bed, money, and daughters to the violent home invader. The farther you get from there, the more reasonable things become.

      • rgr769 says:

        You must be referring to that area predominantly consisting of a large city by a large bay I affectionately call San Fransicko. If one wants to see how sicko, google Zombietime. His website has photos of the city’s annual Folsom Street gay celebration. Warning, his photos are NSFW.

        • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

          Yeah, THE SAME libtard moonbats that scream how “offended” they are by the presence of a Cross, Star of David, Menorah or Nativity Scene screech and howl that we’re supposed to openly accept and embrace shit like what they parade on occasions like that.

  7. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Liberal leftard moonbats will look at this and bawl about the “Poor Victim of Society” being dealt an unjust blow and shit like that while I and nearly everyone else at TAH will look and think “MEH, one less goblin that will have to be fed, clothed and housed at taxpayer expense.”.

  8. CPT11A says:

    Problem solved, money saved.

  9. 5JC says:

    “I believe the system works pretty good. I really do”

    “Decatur Police said Taylor did commit another crime. He broke into a home in Trinity, and police say the homeowner shot and killed him.”

    Seems to be working…. Play stupid games, win…

    Alabama is a high crime state…. sort of. Remove Jefferson County (Birmingham) from the murder rate and it drops 38% state wide. Jefferson County holds about 15% of the population of the state.

  10. Ex-PH2 says:

    One less egg to fry….

  11. USAF RET says:

    Tchaasu Taylor (pronounced Chas-u Taylor)…used in a sentence, “If you keeps bangin’ da PO PO will Tchaasu.”

  12. AF VET says:

    Office Space — Sammir NAGA … NAGA … Not gonna live here anymore. BUH BYE NOW. And thank you homeowner, whomever you are for sparing the judicial system time and money on this A$$HAT!

  13. FatCircles0311 says:

    Bond isn’t automatic and can most certainly be denied. These scumfuck weasels giving other scumfucks like this opportunity to go commit more crime is becoming the norm. It’s not just one or two cases it’s an epidemic that either leads to a dead criminal or a dead victim, until injustice system finally take legit action.

    I bet if the victim was related to the Madison County District Attorney there wouldn’t have been bail.

    Fucking scumbag government slugs.

    • 5JC says:

      There is a move afoot in Alabama to make nearly all misdemeanors signature bonds and keep felony bonds as low as possible.

      The claim is that people will plead guilty to get out of jail because they can’t afford bail. There are several civil lawsuits pending in the state.

      It dosen’t help that the prisons and jails are over crowded due to the legislature not keeping up with building facilities.

      Even so I am bit surprised that this guy wasn’t held on a higher bond. He was facing life in prison

      • Mason says:

        My county, which had previously had a flat bail on every warrant of $50 for misdemeanors, went to a “sign and release” warrant system for misdemeanors. No bail, no jail, just another “now this time we mean it” empty threat.

        So a mope who gets arrested, skips out on his first court date at which a warrant is issued, then gets stopped (for some other violation, often another violation of the original charge) by the police and he doesn’t get arrested, just told to go to court again.

        This was being enacted because certain facets of the melting pot of society were disproportionally being put in jail for “minor” offenses (theft, driving without a license, leaving the scene of an accident, simple assault, et. al.). So in an effort to reduce minority jail populations, they just won’t arrest them. Brilliant! If Obama’s admin didn’t think it up, I’m sure they wish they had.

    • The Other Whitey says:

      Leftists are racists and have been since time immemorial. I think this is another facet of their post-LBJ “Great Society” crap.

      They hate blacks, so they promote abortion with blacks specifically targeted to reduce their birth rate, they set up a welfare state that incentivizes all kinds of delinquency and specifically target blacks to destroy their once-great family and community structure, and they lower standards in predominantly-black schools to ensure that they lack the education to better themselves. When more black kids turn to crime as a result, they keep letting them out, motivating them to escalate their offenses for more wrist-slaps, then one day that black kid whose chances were taken away by leftists before he was born goes too far and gets shot by a would-be victim. Then the leftists who set the whole thing up scream accusations of racism and use it to push the rest of their agenda. The black kid was never anything but a pawn in their game whose role, value, and disposal were planned out by white leftists decades in advance. This is just another part of the democrat plantation.

      • 2/17 Air Cav says:

        The Federal gov’t has been working behind the scenes for years on all but eliminating bail. I guarantee you that if you contacted Alabama and whoever is pushing for the bail reform, you will find they are being schooled and brought along by the Bureau of Justice Assistance.

      • Mason says:

        Perfect example of leftist hypocrisy in yesterday’s Claymore thread. The white girl that called the Yale campus cops to report the “intruder”, a black girl asleep in a common area of a building she lived in, was a women’s marcher. Which surprised people at DU. Not me. LOL

  14. The Other Whitey says:

    Good riddance.

  15. Sparks says:

    Tchaasu???????? How da fuck do you pronounce that shit. Talk about a baby mamma playing with Scrabble tiles! She had to work overtime to come up with that shit.

    I have never understood this seeming compulsion to come up with unique, unpronounceable, one of a kind names. Why? So they will stand out and be special or something more than the father was, who breezed through long enough to leave sperm?

    So I have heard for years how it is a “hate crime” to profile. But when I see names like this clown’s without seeing them and immediately bet the farm on them being black, I guess I am a racist profiler.

    Well mamma, your little POS Tchaasu did stand out after all. As a thug, kidnapper, rapist, all around career felon and now, taking up space in the morgue. Yep, he stood out and now, we need not worry about him any longer. He won’t harm anyone else…THANKFULLY!

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      It’s pronounced the same way a sneeze is spoken: Chasoooh!!

        • 2/17 Air Cav says:

          I think I got this. Momma wasn’t sure which one of seven men was this late clown’s sire. So, she just took the first letter from each of their names and made one. On the other hand, it might have only been six, if one of them was named A-A-Ron.

          • Alex Voog says:

            Dayuuuuuum….that was HARSH….. and OMFG SO SPOT ON!!!
            Gonna need to run some decaf through the sinus to offset the espresso sinus douche your original comment initiated…LMFAO…. The “Life Is A Bitch (and when you perpetually FUCK UP!)” Roulette Wheel has just dropped the nugget on your number asshole… You have been “86’ed”

  16. Stick Stickly says:

    “‘I can tell you right now there’s nothing about that that is alarming or shocking. I can tell you sometimes there’s folks charged with murder and their bond is set at 30,000’, he said”.

    No, that is alarming. How does a crime of that level of violence warrant a $31k bond?

    • 5JC says:

      Here is the bond schedule for Alabama:

      http://judicial.alabama.gov/docs/library/rules/cr7_2.pdf

      Tchaasu was facing a Class A felony at a minimum and likely others as well. These start at $10,000 each. So $31K would be right in line with the guidance.

      • 2/17 Air Cav says:

        Except that the bail guidance is a “general rule” and that out of the first 10 factors to be considered, he failed #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, and #7 –at least.

        Broussard is a weasel. Repeating that “not guilty until…” is a bunch of horse shit that he’s hiding under. The main purpose of bail is to ensure, as much as possible, the defendant’s appearance in court. If a defendant has lived and worked in the area a long time, he is unlikely to abscond—or so the thinking goes. However, that’s not all there is to it. If a defendant is a threat to the community, bail is usually denied or set quite high. Broussard ignored this and spouted off nonsense. The fact is that he, or another member of his office, should have fought tooth and nail to keep this guy off the street, under the circumstances.

        • Mason says:

          The judges ultimately set the bail. The DA can make suggestions, but they usually defer to the court.

          Judges face appallingly little oversight.

          • 2/17 Air Cav says:

            That’s true what you say about the judges setting bail, but the judge’s decision is based only upon the info supplied by the attorneys and the prosecutor’s role is always to serve the best interest of the public, not the defendant. In this instance, based upon what Broussard said and what he didn’t say, the prosecutor screwed up.

            • 5JC says:

              The schedule is what actually happens on the ground. Very seldom does it ever go higher or even the highest amounts on the schedule. Much more often it will go lower.

              In Alabama the sheriff can set bail for felonies. The police can set them for misdemeanors in a police jurisdictions. Supposedly subject to a Judge’s approval but typically the LEOs will set a higher bar than the judge that may get disputed later. I have never heard of judge increasing bond amounts on his own although it may have happened.

              The DA only come in for bonds that are legally challenged by the accused.

              Bonds and bail are pretty much a bad joke in Alabama except for capital crimes.

              • 2/17 Air Cav says:

                It’s the same all over. There is a strong movement to eliminate bail altogether. In some states, BB companies have gone belly up for want of customers. The argument is that bail unnecessarily impacts poor defendants who can’t afford even the 8-10% fee that a BB co charges and the poor can’t put up collateral in realty b/c they have none. So, instead of being smart and actually doing the homework, states have applied the broad brush of damn near everyone gets out on a promise to return for court.

          • UpNorth says:

            And, the competent DA’s are also arguing against the bleeding heart libs in the probation department, or pre-sentence “investigators”, who do the bail investigations and recommendations. Mostly, they tell the judge to “let em go, Moe”. They have never met a murderer or armed robber that they didn’t want to turn loose on society, again.

  17. Sapper3307 says:

    Six years of doctor school down the drain.

  18. Atkron says:

    I bet when Achoo died, his tongue was hanging out in similar fashion…Rest in damnation.

  19. Friend says:

    ROLMAO after reading comments…waste of air and spaces..dump his ashes in a outhouse

  20. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    Well, I hope the fellow who had to send Tchaasu (dafuq is that?) to hell is good with it.

  21. Claw says:

    The Whiz Wheel®™, Scooby and I have been taking a nap, but here’s the bottom line:

    Tchaasu Ankhkara Taylor (DRT and forever 24 years old due to proper utilization of the Taxpayer’s Savings Shot as an On The Spot Correction) 40 x 3 = 120.

  22. The Other Whitey says:

    Tchaasu…

    Wasn’t that the name of a character in the “Black Panther” movie?

  23. MCPO NYC USN Ret. says:

    This perp not worth the cost of the rounds, but worth the range time and rounds on target for sure considering outcome.

    MCPO OUT

  24. MCPO NYC USN Ret. says:

    This guy next to me looked at this story and said, “‘Tchaasu’ is what you say when you accidentally get crap on your hand while wiping your ass”.

    True story!

    MCPO OUT

  25. Frankie Cee says:

    Tchaasu Taylor encountered the fairest sort of justice; a Homeowner shot and killed him when he did a home invasion. No bond needed now.

  26. Rosalee Adams says:

    Works me, but wait till some lizard gets his family’s attention…a lawsuit.

  27. Mr. Pete says:

    Fuckstick.

  28. Roger in Republic says:

    I’ve never been arrested so I’m not all that familiar with how bail bonding works. On a basic level I know that a bondsman will front you the bail for a 10 percent upfront payment and a note for the full amount. Usually a secured note rather than a simple signature note. For this service the bailsman charges a fee,most likely contained in the upfront payment. If it is different than I have described feel free to help me out. I only have one question. Does Mr. Taylor’s grand mother lose her house now because he is dead or will the court forgive him? You know the dead thug didn’t have any real estate to pledge to the bail Bondsman.

  29. Jarhead says:

    Pat Sajak gonna have fun with this. “A lead-eating piece of shit without a pulse. Won’t be many vowels wasted in this puzzle!”

  30. Alex Voog says:

    Mr. Taylor is now enjoying the fruits of his labor….he got paid what he asked for on his latest job application… His accountant is claiming Tissueboye demanded to be paid in lead, via Express Delivery….”We The People” felt driven to oblige his request and his account has now been paid in full.
    Also….SUCK IT YOU FOOKIN PIECE O’CHIT!!!

  31. 26Limabeans says:

    I think the ME should check for rabbies.

  32. Deplorable B Woodman says:

    We need to take up a collection for the round(s) the homeowner expended for the Taxpayer’s Money Saving Shot.

  33. Docduracoat says:

    That is actually a great idea.
    The police usually confiscate any gun used in a self defense shooting as “evidence”
    Here in Florida, you then have to petition the court to get your property back.
    The court filing fee here is $400
    So you may have to pay $400 to get your $300 Shield back
    If this citizen of Alabama needs a gun or ammo, I would be pleased to chip in to get some to him

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