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Police Brutality: Marine Murdered by SWAT!


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  • Rammstein81#

    Rammstein81 May 24, 2011 3:40:09 AM CEST

    It is coming ladies and getlemen. We the war veterans are and have been always the target for the current goverment. Because we the veterans know the good the bad and the ugly about whats going on.

  • Gloomylunatic#

    Gloomylunatic May 19, 2011 1:22:25 AM CEST

    on point buddy!

  • T0ne2#

    T0ne2 May 18, 2011 11:21:23 PM CEST

    All of the officers should be held accountable for homicide. If only the neighborhood was armed and prepared to stop these heartless scumbags whenever something like this is in progress. This is an American with a legal right to protect himself, his property, his and his loved ones lives.

  • Gloomylunatic#

    Gloomylunatic May 18, 2011 6:03:46 PM CEST

    "Please send me an ambulance and you can ask more questions later, please!" Guerena tells the dispatcher that her husband had returned home about 6:30 a.m. after work and was sleeping. Prompted by the dispatcher, Guerena says her husband was shot in the stomach and hands. The dispatcher asks Guerena to put her cheek next to her husband's nose and mouth to see if he's breathing, but she replies in Spanish that her husband is face- down. The operator tells Guerena to grab a cloth and apply pressure to his wounds, but the wife responds frantically: "I can't! I can't! There's a bunch of people outside of my house. I don't know what the heck is happening!" A dispatcher asks if the people outside are the SWAT members. "I think it's the SWAT, but they ... Oh my God!" Guerena says. A dispatcher asks that she open the door for the SWAT, but Guerena replies that the door was already opened by police. "Is anybody coming? Is anybody coming?" she asks. The operator tells Guerena help is on the way, but they're still trying to figure out what happened. "I don't know, that's it, whatever I told you, that's it," Guerena says. Just after the five-minute mark, Guerena's end of the line goes silent. The two dispatchers spend about four minutes talking to each other and calling out for Guerena while trying to figure out if the call is coming from the same residence where the warrant was served. At the end of the 10-minute 911 call, a dispatcher says she has confirmation that Guerena is outside with deputies on the scene. Continued...READ FULL STORY HERE: http://reason.com/blog/2011/05/16/marine-survives-two-tours-in-i



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