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Lon Horiuchi, Government Killer

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posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 08:23 AM
Yes, it was. They entrapped Randy Weaver, sent in an undercover ATF agent to ask him to saw off some shotguns for him. Weaver said no a couple times, but the guy kept asking. Finally, Weaver relented, and then the ATF sicced the dogs on him.

posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 05:38 PM
Fact: Vicki Weaver was shot dead holding her baby at the door on ruby ridge by Lon Horiuchi
Fact: Lon was at the 1993 Waco siege and holed up on Sniper Position Sierra 1

A fellow sniper heard fire coming from Sierra 1.

posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 07:26 PM

Originally posted by hellobruce

Originally posted by WaterBottle
Are you not familiar with Ruby Ridge?

Yes, again, when was he found guilty of murder?

So he was never a murderer, you shouldnt claim he was when he obviously was not.
edit on 28-12-2012 by hellobruce because: (no reason given)



what about that- I can claim that, how do you like the sound of that?!

posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 10:24 PM
reply to post by hellobruce

The only reason the charges were dismissed is because he was a FBI agent.

Why are you shilling so hard for an FBI agent involved in multiple wrongful deaths/murders?

edit on 28-12-2012 by WaterBottle because: (no reason given)

posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 11:01 PM
reply to post by hellobruce

Just because there is technically an argument to be made doesn't mean you should make it. The guy killed innocent people, when you kill innocent people it is referred to as murder.
He is a murderer, just because he was found not guilty doesn't change this fact. He may not be a convicted murderer, but he is a murderer none the less.

It's cool if you feel smart by arguing a technicality. You can commit a crime and not be convicted of it. It doesnt mean the crime was not committed. There is no doubt he killed these people as he even admitted to it.

The only reason he got off was because of crooked judges and immunity while working. Doesn't changed the fact that he shot and killed innocent people. Let's call him a killer than, does that make you feel better since you feel like arguing nuances?
edit on 28-12-2012 by GogoVicMorrow because: (no reason given)

posted on Dec, 29 2012 @ 10:59 AM
You know, technically, since he has killed multiple times over long separated periods, one could, in fact, make a decent argument that one could call him a serial killer.

Criteria for being a serial killer are having killed three or more people, over a period of a month or more, with a cooling off period in between.
More than three people? Check.
Time period of a couple months in between? Well, Ruby Ridge happened in August of '92, and Waco began in February. That's a decent cooling off period.

I mean, sure, we can avoid calling him a murderer. Sure you ain't a murderer, if you haven't gotten caught yet. I guess, but that's some mighty fine mental acrobatics.

posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 09:31 AM
I'd like to take a moment to speak about Waco.

February 28th 1993: 75 Jackbooted ATF thugs roll up to a commune in a sleepy little town called Waco. These people in the Commune were called Branch-Davidians. They believed that an oppressive federal government was coming to crack down upon them, violate their rights, and so on. Rightly so, as that was exactly what the ATF was going to do. They rolled in with a bogus search warrant, and demanded to be let in. They say no, so the ATF opens fire.
Five of the Branch-Davidians are killed in this firefight on February 28th, and one is shot in the back after a ceasefire is declared. How craven and senseless can the ATF be?

Their names were:
Winston Blake
Peter Gent
Peter Hipsman
Perry Jones
Jaydean Wendell
Michael Schroeder

By the time the Waco tragedy was over, the dead would be too numerous to list here.
During this whole sordid affair, that villain, Lon Horiuchi was stationed in sniper's nest, Sierra 1. Shots were heard fired from there, but they quickly redacted that bit of information.
edit on 2-1-2013 by Grifter42 because: Edited for clarity.

posted on Jan, 14 2013 @ 08:56 AM
Does anyone know what Lon Horiuchi is doing for a living today? Is he still in law enforcement, perhaps? Or has he retired from it? This man is a dyed in the wool sociopath, only he's working for a side that will grant him legal authorization to commit government sanctioned murder. He really ought to be in prison, along with the people responsible for that brutal series of events. In any just world, he'd be serving time in prison like all those C.R.A.S.H. unit officers like Rafael Perez, Nino Durden, and those folks in the Rampart scandal. They atleast got some time.

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