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Arizona Police Officer Execute Man For Telling Them They Needed A Warrant

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posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 03:44 PM

Originally posted by _R4t_
I fear a day will come if cops don't very soon put a end to this sh!t, where not all of the population will revolt but small groups will start acting as vigilante and will use the old "An eye for an eye" and every time a cop will randomly shoot and kill someone... a cop will randomly be shot and killed by the actions of his colleague...

Can you imagine the sh!t this would start in between cops and law enforcement departments... a cop shot random a guy for no valid reason... some guy shoot a random cop... even if the cop gets covered by the system he'll be frowned upon and blamed for the lost of the other cop by his brothers... That's -> IF

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 03:46 PM

Originally posted by gentledissident

Originally posted by _R4t_

Originally posted by gentledissident
Where are the cops on ATS to give us an insight?

What's with the this being the fault of the godless? I'm and atheist, and my world is all about helping people. I'm non-violent. I don't even eat meat.

Yet you come to a thread about police corruption and try to start war between believers and non-believers isn't that evil and vicious I'm not even sure yet how your post relate to the thread its just a vicious non provoked attack on others beliefs for no reason...???

No, I didn't come to start trouble. I was referring to someone in this thread who blamed police violence on godlessness. I was pointing out that I personally can't see that being the cause.

Originally posted by _R4t_ PS: Sydney's "Mutilator" named John McDonald was Australia's most notorious serial killer he was a strict vegetarian but that didn't stop him did it???

I don't know who he is. I guess we have different motivations.
edit on 16-6-2011 by gentledissident because: chill bro

Hehe its okay man, I just hate people that hijack threads and turn them into war on beliefs... I'm a firm believe in "believe and let believe" in the end we'll ALL know who was right one way or another... lets just be patient until then lol.

Sorry though I went a little strong on you...

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 03:46 PM
Does anybody have the name of the victim?

I've been skimming the pages looking for it, but didn't see. I can't watch the vid at work, and all I see is links to the vid, not any news stories with more info.

Chris M.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 03:50 PM
I have served a term as an alderman and part of that was heading the Public Safety department.

There are good cops out there, no question about it.

But there is also a high number of "cowboys" in any department. Ex High School jocks who never really adjusted to life outside of the spotlight and sought out jobs which gave them power.

Every profession attracts undesirables, psychiatric nurses are far more likely to have psych issues, etc...

Cowboys are pretty easy to spot. If they are walking the swagger gives them away, if not just look for the fingerless leather gloves.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 03:55 PM
Found it. So looks like this happened in Oct, and he (officer) was fired in March, and facing murder 2 charges and animal cruelty charges.

The title of this is a bit misleading. If the mom called and gave the officers entry, a search warrant is immaterial.

While the victim didn't deserve death for not cooperating with the police, it is pretty dumb to bring a dog to a gunfight.

Would have to check recent stories to see what has happened since March on this.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 04:03 PM

It's the same crap with attorneys too. A few pricks ruin the profession in the eyes of the people. With cops, its a few crooked/mightier than thou cops. With lawyers its a few who will lie/steal/do anything for money. Both are viewed with disdain. Both have an affect on the legal system. My theory is that people don't like the legal system for some reason or another, so they project that disdain for those that work in the profession.

As to this guy, from the reports it seems as though this cop lost it. However, we don't know all the facts, and the officer in the video is correct: he is innocent until proven guilty... in court. Not in the eyes of the public.

I agree with you on most parts although I cannot not blame the system not because I want to hate it but simply because it makes no sense no more... Politicians take decisions based on how it profit them today regardless of the impact on the people and even their own future children its all about about how much money you can back today and f*** tomorrow... , cops shoot people for sh!t and giggles... Children gets groped when trying to go on vacation that's if they can go and haven't been put on no-fly lists...

I'm losing faith in humanity we're doomed to destroy ourselves way before we ever learn to live in harmony... .

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 04:09 PM

Originally posted by Gazrok
Found it. So looks like this happened in Oct, and he (officer) was fired in March, and facing murder 2 charges and animal cruelty charges.

The title of this is a bit misleading. If the mom called and gave the officers entry, a search warrant is immaterial.

While the victim didn't deserve death for not cooperating with the police, it is pretty dumb to bring a dog to a gunfight.

Would have to check recent stories to see what has happened since March on this.

The cop put a gun to the victim's head and said "I don't need a warrant mother-F'er" According to his partner who also called this incident the worst day of his life/career.

Are you attempting to justify this in some way?

edit on 16-6-2011 by Fractured.Facade because: (no reason given)

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 04:18 PM
This is truly unspeakable,the true and decent people in your country(of which I am sure there are many) need to stop this state sponsored murder in its tracks.
Unfortunately a line does now appear to have been crossed where the new stormtroopers of the new Nazi state perceive themselves to be up there with god and it can only lead to a rising death toll on both sides of the line.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 04:26 PM

Originally posted by FTD Brat
Americans need to know that they have to defend themselves, they cannot rely on the cops to do so.

Precisely. Don't let that "To Protect and Serve" script on the side of their cars fool you. They are Law Enforcement Officers. They're not there to Protect or Serve any citizen, but rather enforce the law. Unfortunately most are nowhere near versed enough in the laws they are enforcing, to do their jobs efficiently or accurately, let alone versed in the laws that govern the amount of force they are justified in using in the course of their jobs. And why should they be, they're all protected from above, by their brethren in authority positions high enough up the chain to simply ignore these tragedies.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 04:29 PM
I actually live in Phoenix, and the LEO's here are nothing but goons and thugs

In their complaint in Maricopa County Court, Anthony and Lesley Arambula say an armed intruder "crashed through the front window" of their home on Sept. 17, 2008 and ran into one of their son's bedrooms.
Anthony, worried about his son who was still in his bedroom, says he "held the intruder calmly at gunpoint" and called 911.
Phoenix Police officers already in the neighborhood heard the crash of the Arambulas' window. When they approached the house, Lesley says, she told Sgt. Sean Coutts that her husband was inside holding the intruder at gunpoint. Lesley says Coutts failed to pass on that information to the two other officers.
Inside the house, the Arambulas say, Officer Brian Lilly shot Anthony six times in the back while he was still on the phone with the 911 operator - twice when he was on the ground.
The officers ran into the bedroom after Anthony told them, "You just killed ... you just killed the homeowner. The bad guy is in there."

Ok, I can go with this thug made a mistake up and until he put two more bullets in this man while he was laying on the ground.

"Tony believed he was going to die; the 911 tape records his plaintive goodbye to his family: '... I love you ... I love you.' Then Tony made what he believed was a dying request to the officers; he did not want his young family to see him shot and bloodied. Officers callously ignored his request and painfully dragged Tony by his injured leg, through the home and out to his backyard patio, where they left him bloodied and shot right in front of Lesley, Matthew and Zachary."

Then they and i mean every single one of these pigs go on to show what animals they really are

The outcome, cleared of wrong doing

It really is time to hold these thugs accountable, and unfortunately, its not going to happen in a court of law. We need to start putting liens on these "people's" property and forcing each and every one of them into bankruptcy.
edit on 16-6-2011 by NuroSlam because: (no reason given)

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 04:43 PM

Originally posted by TheUniverse

Originally posted by anumohi
I think the guillotine should be mandated for murderous law enforcement to set precedent, especially in this case. law enforcement for too long have considered themselves above the law and their idiot brotherhood needs a wake up call


I concur the government must fear its people not the other way around.

"When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty." --Thomas Jefferson

The truth is immortal.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 04:52 PM
To protect and Serve...themselves. They're trained to become detached from citizens and people and become attached and aware to the situation. They're egos are inflated and they're just looking to bust a cap.

This cop needs to be taught a lesson, and I really hope he is convicted on 1st Degree. Maybe then, just maybe then, when he's in prison being an Andy Dufraine in the laundry room he'll realize he's not judge and executioner.

What pathetic souls these cops are who think they're above the law. My Dad was an officer for 15 years. Back then I had great respect for them, and today, I still do to a point, but it's lessening daily.

Of course, one of the problems also is, people don't write to this Police Department and kindly and in a professional manner, voice their opinions --even if you live out of state, you MUST have a Voice! That's what we need to do folks, or nothing will change.

The people of that state, and even others who live out of state, need to write an email, snail mail, and make telephone calls to the Police Department, to the Mayor's office, to the Governor's office, to the State Police, to the states newspapers and TV stations, etc.

Have a voice! I always say: "I write to speak out instead of wasting my breath, because my written words can still teach those of you who are deaf!" And it's true!

In the words of Gandhi, "Even if you are a minority of one, the Truth is still the Truth." And let's not forget, your email, plus someone elses phone call, and yet that persons written letter and "her" phone call adds up to a group. That group soon becomes the masses, and THAT'S who they need to hear from to make a difference --The Masses!

Nothing is going to Change until WE, not Them, change it because remember, all that is necessary for evil men to succeed, is for good men to do nothing.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 04:52 PM
What I really don't understand.... If the good cops out there supposedly outnumber the few bad seeds like some would have us believe, than why don't the good cops band together to expel the bad ones?

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 04:54 PM
reply to post by OneNationUnder

Well I write at least a letter/email a day to our representatives, or to officials etc. Am I really that rare? Or is it they just couldn't care less what we think?

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 05:02 PM
This is murder however you look at it. And what's up with all these cops killing dogs? Don't they havce a K9 unit themselves?

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 05:16 PM
Y does everything have to do with racism. The cop is obviously a psyco and would have shot a white black green or whatever. The time of your politicaly correct racial crutch is passing enjoy the fanally. Anyone who looked at that and imediatly thought racism is insane isnt just a retarded cop enough.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 05:20 PM
If Mom is the homeowner and she called,they DIDNT need a warrant...even if he was in his bedroom,she is the owner and can give permission to enter anywhere....only if the kid paid rent is his area off for the shoooting,Ill wait for the full report

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 05:30 PM

Originally posted by Homedawg
If Mom is the homeowner and she called,they DIDNT need a warrant...even if he was in his bedroom,she is the owner and can give permission to enter anywhere....only if the kid paid rent is his area off for the shoooting,Ill wait for the full report

The mother also pleaded with the officers to not hurt him.

Why wait for the report, when the word of his partner are already public on this?

Seems pretty cut and dry, unless they somehow can force him to change his story??

It's amazing when some people will try to find anyway to avoid a horrible truth whenever law enforcement are involved, or worse seek some way to defend brutality and murder.

This kind of stuff happens daily, very little of it gets reported.... IF this cop's partner had not said what he did, then this one too would have been quickly shoved off of the books, and may have never gotten any press coverage at all.

In my opinion, less than 5% of the cases of brutality, corruption and murders perpetrated by rogue and corrupt law enforcement officers ever get reported.

This was one of those rare ones that couldn't be "taken care of".

Enjoy your wait.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 05:34 PM
reply to post by Fractured.Facade

Why so angry at me?....No need to be so aggressive to someone who ventures an opinion...

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 05:36 PM
I think this is actually an old story that is making the rounds again. See if this looks familiar..

Phoenix police officer in fatal shooting arrested

Same cop, same victim, same story - but its in 2010 - last year.

This article says he was arrested. I'm trying to find out if more happened to him eventually than the customary week or so vacation.

Edit - update.

The did actually fire him.. In May of this year!!
Richard Chrisman, Killer Phoenix Cop, Canned

Evidently he's still up on 2nd degree murder charges.

Way to go Phoenix PD for letting a guy sit on your force for year with a murder charge hanging over him. You'd think him planting a crack pipe in 05 would have been enough.

edit on 16-6-2011 by Frogs because: found more info

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