5.5 SECONDS Nineteen months ago, DeOnté Rawlings, a teen suspected of stealing a minibike, was killed in an exchange of gunfire. The off-duty D.C. police officers involved were investigated and cleared. But do the reports add up? By Cheryl W. Thompson Washington Post Staff Writer Sunday, April 19, 2009 Near dusk one September evening in 2007, a boy cruises on a stolen, red, gas-powered minibike down an alley in Southeast's Highland Dwellings public housing complex. A gold Chevrolet Tahoe passes with two men inside, both off-duty D.C. police officers, both armed. The driver is determined to recover his bike. He slams the SUV into reverse and races backward in pursuit. There is an exchange of gunfire. When it is over, a 14-year-old lies dying in the fading autumn light, a bullet hole in the back of his head. continued.... washingtonpost.com Expected this to be a story about cops being killed? In a recent discussion I had here re. "assault" weapons, it was said that cops should have the BFG. I asked what the cops might have done to Rodney King had they had BFG instead of clubs? Imagine the "coverup" in this case had they had BFG.... Cop killers are on the loose disguised as killer cops.