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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 @ 05:36 PM

Originally posted by Homedawg
reply to post by Fractured.Facade

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

You seen anger in that post?


If you were a cop, would you have felt threatened by those words, and perhaps shot me?

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 05:39 PM
reply to post by TKDRL

Because you cant get rid of people in this environment. i work with several turds who shouldnt have a job, but they get paid for less work than me. I am sure it is the same for most here... the turds are beginning to outnumber the good ones. Being a Police Officer doesnt change that. There are far more turds than there used to be...

This guy was fired and charged, as he should be. I hate to see Cops in general get blasted in this thread. There are PLENTY of good cops out there still. You know, if a cop has a gun drawn and pointed at you, and you are unarmed, you might want to do what he says(and for the record, i DID have a look down the wrong side of a police revolver from about 10-15 feet away! I did what i was told). dont give him a reason to shoot. THAT is stupid, imo. And for the record, I live in Phoenix....
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posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 05:41 PM
This cop has watched too many episodes of 24, thinks he's Jack Bauer.

Stupid cop gets a domestic call, goes in to house, encounters a young man talking trash, and so he pulls a gun on the kid, points it at his head and says, "I don't need a warrant mother-------!!!"

Cop, you are not Jack Bauer. The kid is not a terrorist with a nuclear bomb.

The cop is a murderous bastard, and his partner knows it. The partner that has already spoken out is a brave and honorable man. He could have just hidden behind the curtain of silence, but he didn't.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 06:05 PM
I've often told people the country is coming to this.but no one believed me. I've been afraid of cops my entire life because I always knew that if they wanted to they could haul you off to jail and make up stories on the way. Don't ever get caught secretly taping police in action. They will destroy the evidence. It's already been done. If you think being an officer of the law is a good way to weed out the bad ones, think again. They band together like a family.

I've heard that police don't have many friends outside of the department. I wonder why.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 06:07 PM
LEO: To Serve and Protect, not EXECUTE!

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 06:21 PM

Originally posted by TKDRL
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?

Nobody pays much attention to the little dogs that bark all day long.

Only when a big dog barks do they really pay attention.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 06:32 PM
First off, I apologize if this has been brought up already, I did not read through all of the pages.

This particular video was also posted in October of 2010, so it's a little old. Just making you aware - I remembered it due to the quote "I don't need a warrant, [expletive]"

On another note, there has been a little progress in the case, the officer was indicted. Link

And another link to a blog with a little bit of an update on this situation. Link


posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 06:55 PM
You're living in a country gone crazy...


For an example of how the US federal criminal laws have morphed into a leviathan that threatens the liberty of average citizens, take the case of inventor and entrepreneur Krister Evertson:

In May 2004, FBI agents driving a black Suburban and wearing SWAT gear ran Evertson off the road near his mother’s home in Wasilla, Alaska. When Evertson was face down on the pavement with automatic weapons trained on him, an FBI agent told him he was being arrested because he hadn’t put a federally mandated sticker on a UPS package.

A jury in federal court in Alaska acquitted Evertson, but the feds weren’t finished. They reached into their bag of over 4,500 federal crimes and found another ridiculous crime they could use to prosecute him: supposedly “abandoning” hazardous waste (actually storing, in appropriate containers, valuable materials he was using for the clean-fuel technology he was developing). A second jury convicted him, and he spent 21 months in an Oregon federal prison.


If you really want to be kept informed of topics highlighting police injustice, I strongly advice bookmarking the Cato Institute website, and reading this article: Overkill: The Rise of Paramilitary Police Raids in America (download and ready the 2mb PDF, it's an EYEOPENER!

Oh and this is interesting: Botched Paramilitary Police Raids: An Interactive Map
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posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 06:58 PM
reply to post by SpaceJockey1

Holy crap, that map really puts things into perspective, doesn't it....

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 07:14 PM
The only thing I could think whilst skimming the thread was that dialing 911 is a really dumb thing to do in the first place, and I mean in general...

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 07:15 PM
The officer was arrested five hours later, then released on bail?? It seems also that the indictment is second degree murder, where did that come from? he should have been off the force anyway if his prior act of planting evidence in another unrelated incident is true. So let me get this straight, in America if you are law enforcement and you kill someone who is unarmed, and having been eyeballed doing it, you get bail. Your officers union goes into automatic, and has a fund raising Barby 'cos you got the sack. No thanks America it's soo in your face stuff.
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posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 07:48 PM
reply to post by smurfy

Law enforcement has a different bill of rights.

There is also a different justice system applied to them, in most cases.... A very clear double standard is almost always applied to LEO's accused of crimes... Crimes that could not otherwise be covered up.

The fact that this happened last October, and despite the clear evidence from the beginning, justice has moved very slowly.... As if time could make it easier to deal with?

And of course, now the victim was full of meth, and even though unarmed, it may have been justified killing... Give them more time, and the cop will be made into a hero!

Oh, and the dog... maybe the dog was on meth too?

Now, if they could get his partner off duty in an ally somewhere, and beat him until he changes his story, we could make all of this go away, give this cop a cushy desk job, or a position where he can train rookies, so that they can learn from his mistakes.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 07:51 PM

Originally posted by TKDRL
reply to post by SpaceJockey1

Holy crap, that map really puts things into perspective, doesn't it....

Hey TKDRL! It certainly is a good indicator

But have to say after reading a link from an earlier poster, that EVERYONE should also take a look at and BOOKMARK the INJUSTICE EVERYWHERE website!

Makes the COPS look like a GANG of criminals and they wonder why people disrespect them

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 07:54 PM
I was just thinking.

If I kill a police officer, even in the heat of passion, it's automatically 1st degree murder even without premeditation, simply because it was LEO.

Why not the same standard when a LEO kills someone?

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 08:19 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

Even then, if the she acts like she has control over the premises in which rent is being paid and the officers are reasonable in believing that she does, they can enter that area. And if given permission to search by the woman they can search the entire room. No need for a particularized description of the items looking for b/c the consent to search removes any requirements for a warrant.

This is really sad that AZ officers are known for this kind of thing. Something needs to be done about these officers. Unlike many of you, I am not advocating some overthrow. Rather, more restrictions in AZ on what officers are and are not allowed to do.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 08:22 PM
This is why I hate Police, and many of the people I know feel the same. We dont see cops as heroes (and if anyone bothers to check, Police do not have any law that says their job is to protect us, none...) we see them as the mafia. They try to take your money through bs tickets, and they try to mess with you if they can. I have seen it enough times. I seen my father bum-rushed by two cops because he refused to go to the hospital, mind you... he was "hurt" and they did it for his own "good", only injuries he suffered was from the beatings from the police.

I took the nypd exam and scored a 97, I double the gpa requirement, and I have double the needed credits for the nypd, but since the above happened, if i had a badge I would shoot myself in my own head. I told the recruiter to take my paperwork and stick deep up his you-know-what. Not only do i can not stand cops, but out of uniform when they are hanging out, they can be the biggest douches on the planet.

I am also a Latino. I havent gone through racism because I look white from my spanish and french ancestry, but some of my cousins are darker and have had gone through this, and black people get it even worse. Only time people in NYC gave a crap to the NYPD was after 911, a rare thing considering they kept bringing it up in the news, but weeks later the nypd managed to go back to looking stupid.

They need to create a better seperation of powers, or something with checks and balances. And stop giving patrol officers all of these powers.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 09:32 PM
reply to post by Thepreye

Are you implying that the majority of responses to this thread do not involve "I HATE COPS" ? If you are I suggest you re-read the comments.

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 10:46 PM
the police are the enemy of the citiazens of america....could it be any clearer?

the cia and the mossad and the pentagon conspired and dropped thousands of tons of building debris reducing the nypds numbers by about 150 men in a few seconds, yet these fools continue to do the bidding of their rich fascist military industrial complex masters by turning america into a police state

america has cancer

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 10:50 PM
reply to post by SnakeShot

Are u smoking@!! THE POLICE WORK FOR US!!! dont tell people when they get shot and killed o well too bad

posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 10:51 PM
reply to post by lokdog


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