We didn’t know what was in his hands, so we shot him for officer safety.
Don’t try this at home kids, because you will go to prison.
“I called you to help me but you killed my brother,” she also said.
During a news conference hours after the shooting, El Cajon Police Department Jeff Davis said no weapon was found on the scene.
It remains unknown whether the man was armed. When Ransweiler was questioned about it, he told KNSD, “I have the information, I’m just not…It’s an ongoing investigation, so I’m not releasing details of the investigation.”
The shooting is not the only El Cajon police action under scrutiny. Employees at the nearby Los Panchos restaurant claimed that police confiscated cell phones from employees and advised them to not talk to anyone about the shooting.
In other cop news…
Shootings, rape, fraud…it seems like nearly every day a story about police corruption makes the headlines.
Today is no different: This morning, the Associated Press broke a chilling story about widespread police misconduct.
The AP conducted an investigation and found that police officers across the US misuse confidential law enforcement databases to access personal information about romantic partners, ex-girlfriends, neighbors, journalists, business associates, politicians, and others for reasons that have nothing to do with police work.
Investigation Reveals That Police Are Abusing Confidential Work Databases For Personal Gain
No what the problem is? Every time you grab your crotch before copdom, and gyrate your loins in orgasmic adulation… you swell their heads. You have made them invincible and unaccountable in their own minds.