May 01, 2021


by: dexter


Tags: activism, Anastasios Tsakos, blm, Feminism, Jessica Beauvais


Categories: legal

Feminist Activist Jessica Beauvais Kills Male Police Officer Anastasios Tsakos In Drunken Hit-And-Run

A feminist activist drunk driver Jessica Beauvais killed a male New York City police officer Anastasios Tsakos in a drunken hit-and-run.

Jessica Beauvais, 32, of Hempstead, New York, was arrested on charges of vehicular manslaughter, suspended licence and intoxicated driving.She struck highway officer Anastasios Tsakos earlier as he was directing traffic following a fatal car crash in Queens.

Tsakos, 43, was taken to New York-Presbyterian Queens Hospital in critical condition, where he later died from his injuries.

Jessica Beauvais  is known for doing livestreams ranting about idiotic feminist and social justice rhetoric. On these streams the woman identifies herself as Phoenix but law enforcement sources confirmed that it is Beauvais.

In the most recent livestream, Beauvais is seen vaping and drinking an unknown liquid. She ended the live stream by saying, “f— the police.”

NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea said that Tsakos was diverting traffic off the Long Island Expressway after a car struck a utility pole when a 2013 Volkswagen swerved “to avoid vehicles” and then struck “officer Tsakos, who was standing in the roadway next to his marked police car.”

When police finally caught up with her, Beauvais had jumped a curb. She then put her car in reverse and rammed a police car twice.

“I smoke weed regularly,” she said, according to court documents. “I drank two glasses of wine earlier today and then dropped my son off in Hempstead…I brought the bottle of wine I had with me to the podcast. I had two shots of 1800 patron tequila.

“When I left, I didn’t know where I was going so I used my GPS. I made a left turn and a right turn and ended up at a gas station where the cops stopped me. I don’t know why they stopped me, speeding I guess.

“I did hear a thump, so I knew I hit something,” she added, “but I didn’t see what it was.”

Devastated relatives of Tsakos, a 14-year veteran of the force, have remembered him as a deeply committed policeman and a kind soul who was always eager to help others.

“He would help people out left and right,” his brother Teddy Tsakos stated. “That’s what most cops do. You don’t hear about it on the news. You only hear the bad things.”

“It’s just heartbreaking. … He was super dedicated,” he added. “We feel helpless right now.”

Tsakos’ family said they always worried about his safety in the line of duty but understood his dedication to his profession.

Tsakos had a pilot’s license and once dreamed of taking a job in the airline industry but settled on a career in law enforcement instead, his brother said.

“My brother was very by-the-book,” Teddy Tsakos said. “That was the life for him. Either the military or the police. Because he was always like, ‘You need to follow the rules.’ He liked that. He was a very neat person. Very meticulous.”

“My brother was an amazing guy,” Teddy said. “He had his whole life ahead of him. It was cut short.”

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