When Kelly's Army met to protest this morning, they convened at a new location. Instead of gathering in front of the Fullerton Police Department, where they protest on Saturdays, they stationed themselves in front of the Orange County District Attorney's office in Santa Ana.
Thomas says he thinks the DA's office has “overwhelming evidence” and wants to see action soon, but he said he also understands some delay and wants due process. “We're saying issue indictments. The right indictments. I don't want anybody here going to jail if they're not guilty. I mean that.”
Later on, Thomas said, he's has a working relationship with the district attorney's office, adding that he's shared several tips with them regarding witnesses. “Mr. District Attorney, we're here for you. We're working with you. Please do the right thing.”
Thomas added that the two officers who “finished him off” aren't the first two officers who approached Kelly. “The two that did come in, have a history as terminators,” Thomas said, calling them “the hit squad.”