Illegal goes at Cop with Knife... Now Predictably and Justly DEAD.

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    Do I Know for Certain that this Dead "Immigrant" was Illegal?...

    No... But I do Know that the "Free Press" all but Refuses to Discuss Status of these "Immigrants", as was the Case in Denver when an Officer was Executed by one...

    Curiously, that Illegal was Employed by DemocRATS Candidate for Governor of my State right now.

    And the "Free Press" all but Refused to call him an Illegal, even after he Fled back to his Homeland to Negotiate NOT getting the Death Penalty.

    :)

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    The officer should be commended for securing the assailant with only one 2 rounds. Firing 2 rounds is a common practice (you never pull the trigger just once), so to have secured the situation with a single reaction, then had the restraint to stop firing, shows true professionalism and control.

    Kudos to the LAPD, and this officer specifically.
     
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    He will be Cleared...

    The "Free Press" will Yawn and Carry on.

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    Let's all dance now. :clap2::clap2::clap2:
     
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    ^Only Sympathetic because they Vote more for the Party that Supports her Personal Agenda... :clap2::clap2::clap2:

    :)

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    As someone living in the immediate area where these incidents are occurring, I'm reminded that the good guys don't always hold themselves to the same standards they demand of the rest of us:

    "The Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums (CRASH) anti-gang program initiated under the direction of LAPD Chief Daryl F. Gates in the late 1970s had encountered some success in the Rampart Division.

    "However, between 1998–2000, graphic allegations emerged of extreme police misconduct among Rampart's CRASH squad. This misconduct involved several officers, most notably Rafael Perez.

    "Perez was suspected to be involved in a bank robbery committed by another Rampart officer, David Mack; he also stole six pounds of cocaine from an LAPD evidence locker, which led to his arrest.[2]

    "His most egregious act involved the shooting—and framing—of unarmed gangmember Javier Ovando. Perez originally claimed that Ovando had opened fire at both Perez and another officer, Nino Durden.

    "The two officers then returned fire, leaving Ovando paralyzed.[3][4]

    "Perez and his cohort then framed Ovando for the attack and he was found guilty and sentenced to 23 years in prison (Ovando was later released once Perez admitted to shooting and framing Ovando)[5].

    "After several incidents, LAPD became suspicious of Perez and began to investigate him.

    "Perez later pled guilty to the cocaine theft in exchange for information about other corrupt officers within the Rampart Division.

    "In turn, Perez implicated approximately 70 officers of misconduct."

    LAPD Rampart Division - Wiki
     
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    I have a personal policy to never lunge at a police officer with a knife.
     
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    I've always wondered what LA would be like if the entire police enforcement community took a 72 hour holiday. Any bets?
     
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    That's Racist!

    :)

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