07-24-2008, 11:23 PM (This post was last modified: 07-24-2008 11:24 PM by Ratiocinator.)
Funny how people insist that death, murder, torture has to be a part of ones dietary needs.....fucking nutters everywhere!!
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07-25-2008, 12:26 AM
That why I don't exactly sympathize with troops.
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07-25-2008, 01:11 AM
seems about right for todays standards,grown men with the mentality of 9 year old bug squashing children.
07-25-2008, 05:54 AM (This post was last modified: 07-25-2008 06:00 AM by mexika.)
These bastards will come back and work for the police in Amerikkka- Racists Bastards -
We better arm ourselves so we can defend ourselves against our own trash or the true american trash.
Look at the police departments, full of police gangs and killers. The system does not care if the applicant mentally stable. The more unstable the better, another form
of population control and getting rid of the undesirables. SS Pigs who have had plenty of practice in Iraq and other places to keep people in fear, in check, in line and to
subjugate and even kill innocent people. People of that character are highly sought by the wicked system - If you are a killer who served in Iraq and you committed a criminal act on humanity, you will get the medal. Fukn nightmare and we eat the crap!!
EX-Military Killer Cops:
Inglewood Police Kill again
This is the 3rd time in 2 months that Inglewood Police have killed someone. On May 11th, Officer Brian Ragan shot and killed a young brother named Michael Byoune, 19, and shot 2 other brothers, Larry White 19, and Chris Larkin 21. He was put on administrative leave for just a couple months and was out killing another Black man yesterday.
For anyone thats interested theres an Inglewood City Council meeting tonight at 7pm at
Inglewood City Hall
One Manchester Blvd
Inglewood, CA 90301
Some of us are also getting together later this week to plan some things... contact me for more info.
INGLEWOOD (KABC) -- Inglewood police shot and killed a man after they say he pointed a gun at them. But the suspect's relatives are disputing the officers' version of events.
The shooting happened at an apartment building on the 100 block of North Hillcrest Boulevard near Manchester Boulevard just after midnight. Family members insist the police had the wrong man. Officers say there was no mistake and insist they had no choice but to shoot.
Relatives identified the man as 38-year-old Kevin Wicks of Inglewood. They say the longtime postal worker was an innocent victim in the shooting.
Inglewood police say they received a family disturbance call from the apartment building just after midnight. Officers say they responded to unit 10, knocked on the door and were met by an armed man. He allegedly pointed a gun at the four responding officers, threatening their lives.
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"Upon arrival they went up to the apartment in question, they knocked on the door," said said Lt. Mike McBride from the Inglewood Police Department. "The door was opened by an individual. He was armed with a handgun, and he immediately raised the handgun toward the officers, and at that point, the officers fired -- one officer fired -- which resulted in an officer involved shooting.
But family members tell a different story. They don't believe Wicks had a gun and they say they don't believe the story coming from the police department. The man's sister says the officers weren't at the right address.
"He was not in a family dispute," said Wicks' sister Nadia B. "He was just coming home, he just came home. They got the wrong call, wrong apartment and wrong everything.
Wicks was transported to the hospital where he died about an hour later.
The manager of the apartment building says the tenant that was shot and killed had lived at the complex for five months and was never a problem.
"He seemed [to be] a very peaceful man," said the manager. "Everybody seemed to like him. I've never had any problems with him as far as anything, you know. I knew he was a postal worker. I think he worked there for about 19 years or so.
Residents in the building also said they had no complaints about Wicks. They plan to hold a candlelight vigil to remember him at 5 p.m.
In the meantime, the Inglewood Police Department is responding to claims that they responded to the wrong address. They say 911 recordings prove they did respond to the address that the 911 caller gave.
Police say the man was armed and felt their lives were threatened so they fired one round. The four officers involved in the shooting were not hurt.
A thorough investigation is under way. Eyewitness News reporters Lisa Hernandez and Carlos Granda contributed to this report.
LA TIMES HOMOCIDE REPORT's VERSION OF THE STORY:
Inglewood: officer-involved shooting
Kevin Wicks, 38, a black man was killed by an Inglewood police officer in the 100 block of North Hillcrest Blvd. in Inglewood about 12:30 a.m. Monday, July 21.
According to a statement from the Inglewood Police Department, officers responded to a radio call of a domestic disturbance at Wicks' apartment. Police said officers knocked on the door, and Wicks opened it. "At one point while the door was ajar, the officers observed that Wicks was holding a handgun," the statement said. "Wicks then suddenly raised the handgun at the officers, which resulted in one officer firing his weapon in self-defense.
Wicks was taken by ambulance to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead. Police said a gun registered to Wicks was recovered at the scene. Several residents say the officers were at the wrong location, but police said that was not the case. Hours after the shooting, family members, residents and community activists gathered outside Wicks' apartment complex to speak out against the shooting. Family members said Wicks worked for the U.S. Postal Service and had two daughters.
Police said they have placed Officer Brian Ragan, who's been with the department for 5 1/2 years, on administrative leave following the shooting. Ragan was also placed on administrative leave May 11 for the shooting of Michael Byoune, 19, Larry White 19, and Chris Larkin 21. Byoune died from his wounds. This is the second officer-involved shooting this month in Inglewood. On July 1, 23-year-old Ruben Walton Ortega was shot to death in an alley during a foot pursuit.
Times staff writers Joanna Lin and Andrew Blankstein report more on Inglewood's officer-involved shooting.
Also, Times staff writer Joel Rubin reports on Los Angeles Police Chief William J. Bratton's proposal to change how he and his command staff deal with officers who use serious force during altercations.
Photo by Allen J.
Schaben / Los Angeles Times
This year in Los Angeles County there have been at least 18 fatal shootings involving an officer or a deputy. Only one officer, Randall Simons, 51, was killed in one of those shootings.
* Edwin Rivera, 20, a young Latino man, was shot and killed by a sniper in a police standoff at 19828 Welby Way in Winnetka shortly after 5 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 7.
* Carlos Castillos, 22, a young Latino man, was shot and killed in an officer-involved shooting at the intersection of Park View Street and Ocean View Avenue near MacArthur Park at about 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16.
* Daniel Leon, 22, a young latino man, was shot and killed in an officer-involved shooting at the intersection of Drew Street and Estara avenues in Glassell Park at about noon Thursday, Feb. 21.
* Carlos Edwin Arevalo, 22, a Latino man, was killed in an officer-involved shooting at 3411 Loosmore St. in Cypress Park at about 6: 25 p.m. Friday, Feb. 29.
* Maurice LeRoy Cox, 38, a black man, was killed in an officer-involved shooting at the intersection of Crenshaw Boulevard and Slauson Avenue in Hyde Park about 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 1. Cox's family has filed a lawsuit against LAPD for the shooting.
* Lawrence Smith, 24, a young black man, was fatally shot in an officer-involved shooting at 5160 Vineland Ave. in North Hollywood at about 5:45 p.m. Tuesday, March 4.
* Ryan Daniel Gonzalez, a 26-year-old Latino man, was shot by an off-duty deputy U.S. marshal behind 7315 Melrose Ave. in hollywood just before midnight Wednesday, March 5.
* Sergio Jose Rojas, 21, a young Latino man, was shot multiple times in an officer-involved shooting at the Ramona Gardens Housing Development in Boyle Heights about 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 12.
* Rodney Carl Sandberg, 24, a white man, was shot multiple times inside a trailer home in an officer-involved shooting at 1820 Torrance Blvd in Torrance about 9:44 p.m. Saturday, March 15.
* Daniel Gonzalez, 28, a Latino man, was shot and killed in an officer-involved shooting in Glendale about 9:30 p.m. Monday, March 31.
* Jonathan Taylor, 24, a young black man, was killed during a gun battle with police officer from El Segundo Police Departmen about 10:15 p.m. Friday, April 11.
* Fernando Cortez, 21, a young Latino man, was killed in a deputy-involved shooting in the 1500 block of East 92nd Street in Florence about 5:55 p.m. Saturday, April 12.
* Richard Dale, a 54-year-old white man, was killed by officers from the Torrance Police Department about 12:45 a.m. Saturday, April 19.
* Marco Gomez, 31, a Latino man, was killed in an officer-involved shooting in the 1400 block of 23rd Street in South Los Angeles about 11:05 p.m. Friday, May 2.
* Samuel Om, a 21-year-old Asian man, was fatally shot at the intersection of West 7th Street and Westmore Avenue in the Westlake area about 12:15 a.m. Monday, May 13.
* Glenn Patrick Rose, 25, a white man, was shot and killed by deputies and officers while driving a pickup truck in the 300 block of 1st Avenue in Covina about 2:07 a.m. Tuesday, May 13.
* Ilda Ebe Grasso, 52, a Latina woman, was shot and killed in an officer-involved shooting at Hellman and Garfield avenues in Alhambra about 11:10 p.m. Tuesday, June 10.
* Bryan Moore, 26, a black man, was shot and killed by sheriff's deputies in the 1000 block of East 150th Street in Compton on Thursday, June 26.
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07-25-2008, 10:02 AM
good stuff Mexika.
I don't like cops much anyways, cause my lifestyle conflicts with their job description.
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