PBSO Sergeant Who Shot Dontrell Stephens Now Watches Over President Donald Trump!

PBSO Sgt. Adams Lin: From shooting an unarmed black man to protecting President Donald Trump (via Facebook)

 Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Adams Lin, who was found to have used excessive force when he shot an unarmed West Palm Beach man on a bicycle last year, has a new assignment that’s sure to raise eyebrows.

When President Donald Trump‘s in town, Lin is supervises PBSO’s protection detail at the airport and is partly charged with assisting federal agencies with watching over not only Trump but also Air Force One.

And, a PBSO insider tells us, Lin was on-duty Saturday night at Palm Beach International Airport and manned an office near the presidential plane and directed half a dozen deputies assigned to making sure no one messes with the jet.

And Lin is due to work this coming weekend when Trump comes back to Mar-a-Lago again.

A disgraced sergeant watching over the most powerful man in the world and his toys?

Only at PBSO, kids.

Is it arrogance?

After all, Sheriff Ric Bradshaw railed against the jury that awarded Lin’s victim, Dontrell Stephens, more than $24 million then promoted Lin, a deputy at the time of the shooting, a sergeant.

By Jose Lambiet, GossipExtra.com, excerpt posted on  SouthFloridaReporter.com, Feb. 9, 2017