Cops Kill 7-Year-Old Boy While Executing Unarmed Woman in a Neighborhood Full of Kids

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Schertz, TX — An unnamed 7-year-old boy, who had just begun his Christmas break this week, was killed by fearful police who opened fire on an unarmed woman.

According to police, they were searching for a suspect wanted for an alleged car theft. Their target was a woman in her 30’s who had fled into a nearby mobile home park.

The family is now in shock after their 7-year-old boy was shot in the abdomen by police as they opened fire on the female suspect. Sadly, the little boy would not survive his wounds.

As New 4 San Antonio reports, Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar said one of the deputies found the suspect in a closet who allegedly told him,”I have a weapon, I’m gonna shoot you.” She fled on foot, while the officer pursued her into a wooded area. Salazar said the deputy lost sight of her, so the deputy called backup. The suspect was found crossing a river and officers pursued her in “water that was up to their chin.”

Salazar claimed the woman had threatened to harm several witnesses which also made them think she had a weapon of some sort.

When police pursued the woman into another neighborhood, they said they found her on someone’s porch trying to break into the home.

Salazar claimed the woman caused the multiple armed deputies to be “in direct fear of their lives,” so multiple deputies opened fire to execute her. The woman was unarmed.

The deputies’ irrational fear and subsequent deadly and violent response ended as their rounds pierced the home in which the 7-year-old boy was playing, killing him. The woman was also killed on the scene.

Police conducted an extensive search of the scene to attempt to find a weapon that would’ve justified opening fire on the woman. However, no weapon was found. Salazar explained that officials are now conducting another search throughout the entire area to find this alleged weapon mentioned in the officer’s statements.

“It’s a tragedy, obviously,” Salazar said.

Salazar said they are not sure who fired the shot that killed the little boy.

“We don’t want to leave any stone unturned,” Salazar. “We want everybody to have answers here. Right now, it’s just too soon to tell.”

The neighborhood, according to the reports was “packed with children” who’d just all started their Christmas vacation. For one family, their Christmas will now be a nightmare thanks to multiple police officers who feared for their lives and opened fire on an unarmed woman.

When reporting this story, one cannot help to recall the tragic instances of Jeremy Mardis and Aiyana Jones.

Officer Joseph Weekley was part of a SWAT team in 2010 when he shot a sleeping child in the head during a botched raid executed on the wrong home.

The raid was being filmed for an episode of The First 48, and many believe the excessive tactics used were employed simply to create drama and excitement for the camera. Unfortunately, a beautiful little girl, Aiyana Stanley-Jones, 7, lost her life because of his reckless and violent actions.

After a 5 year suspension, Weekley returned to his job as a police officer.

Earlier this year, two officers were found guilty of the murder of an innocent little 6-year-old boy, Jeremy Mardis. Similar to how the officers in the instance above claimed they feared for their lives and were forced to open fire, Mardis was gunned down in a hail of bullets fired into an unarmed suspect.

All of these families have lived and will now have to live knowing that those who swore an oath to protect and serve have taken the only thing that matters in this world. A tragedy, indeed.

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  • roger

    another reason to fear the fraidy cat coppers.

    • Rich Hillegass

      If she would have stopped like she was told to do she and that little boy would still be alive! What would you do, Roger, if you were in that situation? You’re quick to denounce the police so tell me, what would you do? It’s easy to sit your fat ass behind your computer keyboard and act like you know it all, you freakin’ halfwit!

      • jimmy joe

        So, its her and the kids fault, just for being home on x-mas break, cuz, if he wasn’t home, in his own home, at home, he wouldn’t be dead, right, Tard?? FYI, there is absolutely 0, NO, zilch, provisions in the us constitution for a standing pig force, but you alredy knew that, didn’t you??? Pigs serve no purpose, obviously, but you keep on worshipping your govt!!

        • In a civilized society, law enforcement will always be necessary. But 1920s cops, before the Italian/Irish/Polish mafia corruption of the 30s-60s when they completely took over PDs. 1990s Federalized & 2000s Militarized. They dug the hole they are in themselves and are being thrown to the wolves for political reasons (Dallas TX cops murdered), then trying to justify anything else that they do, without addressing any of the problems. Cops still don’t realize that in an SHTF, those bunker doors will be closed in their faces and they will be denied entry, their beloved rich & politicians will abandon them. They DO have a blue list after they execute the red list.

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            In a civilized society, law enforcement is not only unneeded, it’s counterintuitive.

          • jimmy joe

            Are you actually suggesting that the native americans, who were here first, are/were not civilized simply because they did NOT have a standing pig force, or do you consider them savages because they did NOT have a centralized govt controlling their every move?? You ever heard of Laura Engalls{sp}, little house on the prairie? Written when there was not a standing pig force, not where they lived anyway, in fact, one could argue that they were living in, dare I say, anarchy, you know, no rulers?

          • Don’t put forth your opinion as to what I suggest ! You don’t know me.
            Native North American Tribes murdered each other for territory, so to say they had no land ownership is kind of false (on top of which sacred burial grounds). The Apache wiped out the Mohicans because they were civilized ?
            The braves, the warriors, they were the Law Enforcement of the tribe and it was ruled by an Elder Council. So yes, they had rulership.
            Anarchy is volatile and very temporary, anarchy turns to mob rule quickly and the biggest mob rules.
            Taking a fantasy hollywood story and a 1 home scenario at that in the middle of nowhere, to make it a base for society, culture & civilization is idiotic.
            I am not for centralized government, but LEO must exist in some form of another. In the 1700-1800 there was a need for LEO, thus Sheriffs, Deputies and Posies were formed. One individual cannot spend an entire life chasing all the wrong doers in one village, let alone a town or city.
            Those who complain too much and are proponents of Anarchy, they are Criminals themselves, wishing to impose their “freedom” on others. Selfish, a-hole, mf-ers.

          • jimmy joe

            Your suggesting we americans simply cannot survive without a standing pig force, or, for that matter, a centralized govt controlling our every move, which, is not in our constituion, but if you feel YOU cannot survive without a standing pig force, thats YOUR problem not us americans!! As far as the natives considering themselves pigs? HAHAHAHAHAHA thats fucking funny!! I personally DO NOT need govt overlords and NOBODY should be pushing that agenda on anyone. Society actually survived without govt overlords in the past, the native populations of the world prove that. Anarchy means NO RULERS. In fact, I live in a town with no pigs in it, and nobody is going crazy in the streets, NOBODY!! Freedom actually means, NO RULERS, NO CENTRAL GOVT. Wishing freedom on people is only insane to the govt worshippers!! Your not one of them, are you??

          • I said nothing of the government and again you presume to know everything about me. By LEO I mean Law Enforcement, in its current form today I don’t support either, but some form of LEO needs to exist. If it is by the people from the people in a small town is great. But what is your solution for big cities ?
            Anarchy is not freedom and if this is your only chain of thought. I’ll say goodbye, some lone wolf will stop you from inflicting your “freedom” onto them. I don’t “Feeeelllll”, I think, I have a brain and I am not limited to the choices given by you, people in power, or jackasses on the internet.

          • jimmy joe

            I really don’t think you have a clue as to how the natives survived either? “Land ownership” was a concept they never understood, they never felt they “owned” the land, do some research on that!! Nothing was approved unless THE ENTIRE TRIBE agreed! And they NEVER considered themselves to be the pigs of the plains either!! No need for a pig force, past and present!! Nobody here in my town needs them, because we are ALL armed, ALL OF US!! I will fight for their freedom just as they would for mine, TO THE DEATH! If anyone needs an alibi for fucking up a pig, “we were fishing. ALL DAY, so they couldn’t have done it they were with me all day”!

          • You’re all armed and that’s enough huh ? What if you got slammed into on the highway, you’re in a ditch injured or dead. How will you catch the bad guy ? You have no solutions for LEO other than the dark ages of technology. You know what, criminals are much more advanced today.
            During the native american tribes, they did have land ownership, but they called it Hunting Grounds. Anyone who entered your land un-invited would be killed, including neighboring tribes.

      • J_in_TX

        I agree she should have stopped. But, the police can’t just shoot someone because they were afraid. She didn’t display a weapon or threaten them with a weapon.

      • Steven Crilly

        There are less than lethal options. There is waiting to actually SEE a weapon. Yeah, I know that puts the Officer in more risk, but if the ROE for our Soldiers is that tough, it certainly should be for civilian law enforcement. Stand your ground and make every shot count, as you OWN every bullet fired from your weapon.

        • archer

          They’re not supposed to shoot unless their life or someone else’s is in danger, just being afraid is not a reason to shoot. They should have to demonstrate fear for their lives was real.

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            As long as the police are fetishized, accountability is far, far, down the road. . .

      • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

        Let me guess. . . you forgo the ketchup, preferring natural leather-flavored pig boots to lick.

        I’ve never had the expensive, taxpayer-financed “training” that cops get. . . yet I was able to disarm a woman who was thwacked out on meth and armed with a butcher’s knife in each hand. . . without killing her, without killing any bystanders, without damaging her, without damaging her intended victim, without being damaged myself.

        But then, I’m not a pants-pissing coward and a sociopath.

      • roger

        what would roger do? for starters, I will block you from my life forever………..:[

      • RMS1911

        Warning whiney cuck copsucker making excuses for psycho poosie pigs.

      • I see she’s unarmed I use my training and arrest her or shoot her at close range with just 2 to the head. But if she was armed 2 in the head, one in the chest, nobody else fires, no collateral damage. Enough spray & pray, equip cops with revolvers again, no more military gear. For the 1 case a year SWAT team is needed, cops are recklessly murdering innocent children, indiscriminately and without regard.

      • Eskimo man

        You are the halfwit mate, if she had of stopped, there is no guarantee the cops would not have shot her. If anyone points a gun at me it means they want to shoot me. So the best thing to do is run for my life. If someone is running away, they are not threatening anyone’s life, so the cops had no reason to shoot her.

      • Al Bollinger

        well, I sure wouldnt be shooting her that fast………its gotta make you wonder whats goin on Rich……..You think its cool to be pullin the trigger so fast? Ibet you want all the guns taken away too, right?

      • archer

        Their definition of being in fear of their life is exaggerated, this boy should still be alive, opening fire at a residence on a woman in a doorway, absolute stupidity.

    • Mike

      she told the cop she had a gun and would shoot him. He had plenty of reason to use the force he did. Yes, it is unfortunate that a kid died because of the officer shooting the woman, but he had to shoot because she gave him reason to believe she had a gun.

      • J_in_TX

        Did she display a weapon? Did the cops ever see her in possession of a weapon? Did she ever point a weapon in their direction? No, no and no. You can’t just shoot someone because they tell you they have a weapon.

        • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

          I have a howitzer.

      • jimmy joe

        Problem is, you keep referring to THEM as he, when there were nearly a dozen pigs there, all fearing for ther life!! How fucking ridiculous, an army of pigs surrounding her and they were all afraid, ALL OF THEM!! Cowards, thats all they are cowards hiding behind badges, because thats what cowards do, hide!!

        • It also has to do with the overall decline of recruiting IQ for cops, as well as the disappearance of cops communication & approach in a rational manner. Everything is solved if you just shoot it, no liability. Not that I want car thieves alive, but where was the investigating detective ? Why are meter maids with low IQ all of a sudden entrusted to solve cases ?

      • roger

        hearsay. bodycams record voice too. evidence much?

      • G’ma G

        Riiight…because people in panic mode never lie,

      • It’s not unfortunate, it’s murder for lack of training.
        Take away rifles and semi-automatic handguns from cops, give them back revolvers. When you have only 6 rounds before reload, you are forced to aim better and shoot less.

      • Carl-Cathy Wisnesky

        Every shooting class in the world teaches shooters to observe what is behind the target & only shoot if there is a 100% certainty that no person or danger (gas truck for example) would be hit by a thru & thru or a miss. Some cops seem to forget this immediately after graduation; like a few years ago when cops in NYC shot at a person who was shooting at them with over 80 shots & hit 8 innocent civilians with their misses.

  • Dooley Knoted

    Domestic terrorists, chickenshit cowards and GOD DAMN TRAITORS hiding behind a thin blue swastika!

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  • dav1bg

    No more Andy Griffiths’s.

    • elbustaroyjetspeekerson

      But, PLENTY of Barney Fife’s. With all of ’em on a PCP/BZ/scopolamine cocktail. In perma-drip IV form…..

      • Farmer Scott

        If they’re not on diets of donuts,it might be cop ‘roid’ rage.
        Are Steroids Behind the Worst Police Abuses …

        • Spray & Pray ex-military sergeants, psychos with thirst for blood, probably kicked out of the military for attacking their superiors.

          • Farmer Scott

            From what I understand,the cops who were in the military are more disciplined,especially if they’ve seen combat. It’s the ones who haven’t and are overly scared – who are the quickest to start shooting.

          • You can never tell, I visited on ex-cop channel who is blaming bald cops for being overly aggressive, heh. It’s all in mentality and attitude and a lot of ex-military come home with anger management issues.
            I’m not talking about E-1 to E-5, I am talking about E-6 to E-8, people who developed senioritis syndrome and were getting away with “leadership style” not following SOP, etc… because of their rank.

          • Farmer Scott

            I’ve seen the thing about ‘bald cops’. There’s something to that!

          • Above, but regardless it makes the case for the morality of the Ex Marine not falling for suicide by cop. But sooner or later, the mentally unstable would kill someone or themselves. It’s true that there are no more humanists in cops, everything is solved by shooting. And it is in police policy as well, combined with low IQ.

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            From what I understand, it’s the one’s who were trained to see everything that moves as a target – miitary – who are the quickest to start shooting. They bring their war zone mentality home, where it runs counter to their sworn oaths. . .

          • Farmer Scott

            This Marine Vet Was Fired As A Cop For Following His Military training…
            Dec 9, 2016 … Marine veteran Stephen Mader refused to shoot Ronald Williams. It turns out his instincts were right.
            How Police Training Contributes to Avoidable Deaths – The Atlantic

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            Of course there are outliers. . . it’d be suspicious if there weren’t.

          • Farmer Scott

            BTW – The guy who wrote ‘this’ article – is the editor and main contributor to the ‘Free Thought Project’ – that exposes cases of vicious cops and their toll on citizens.

            Matt Agorist is an honorably discharged veteran of the USMC and former intelligence operator directly tasked by the NSA. This prior experience gives him unique insight into the world of government corruption and the American police state. Agorist has been an independent journalist for over a decade and has been featured on mainstream networks around the world. Agorist is also the Editor at Large at the Free Thought Project. Follow @MattAgorist on Twitter, Steemit, and now on Facebook.

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            Yes, and?

          • Farmer Scott

            Point being…many combat vets have a conscience. They’re also experienced in truly ‘stressful’ and ‘dangerous’ situations. Evidence I’ve found,indicates these vets/current cops are less likely to be ‘overly’ scared in a tense situation….and open fire ‘unnecessarily.’
            If you’ve got info showing our vets,now working as cops,are more inclined to shoot people without a good reason…let me know where I can find that info. Maybe some links?

          • jimmy joe

            Are you referring to the ones that did thier midnight raids with no-knock twists on poor people with no rights, in third world shit-holes that the big. corrupt us govt insists on creating wars of aggression on, that we would NEVER let happen here??

          • Farmer Scott

            Some may have participated in those raids,some not. Many since returning,have had time to reflect on their actions – and view them with shame. That might be part of the reason veteran suicide rates are so high.
            The ones who have dealt with those demons and have made conscience efforts to correct their attitudes are the ones I’m speaking of. Some indeed may be ‘psychos’ looking to perpetrate continued horrors on ‘our’ population. It’s the police forces themselves,and their training regimens that are to blame – IMO.
            We need guys like this with some say on how police departments are run:
            Michael A Wood JR Official Website
            Michael Wood is a former Baltimore Police Officer and Veteran of the USMC. He is a police scientist & national leader on activism for criminal justice reform.

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  • randy wellman

    BAM BAM BAM BAM….STOP, OR I’LL SHOOT! BAM BAM BAM………..shoot FIRST, and ask questions NEVER…….how do WE know the cop’s STORY about the woman “having a weapon” is even TRUE……cops LIE for a LIVIN’, you know.

  • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    Seeing as these cops decided that summary execution was a reasonable sentence for the crime of being an innocent 7-year-old – aside from the unarmed suspected but not proven criminal. . . summary execution is also a reasonable sentence to pass on the Stormtroopers.

  • KreepyJoe

    Bet that Alex Jones is out front of their headquarters by now with his mega phone


    Killing a civilian in Texas(then lying about) it pays the same as killing a civilian in Gaza.

  • Res Publica Amissa

    Read this carefully:

    Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar said one of the deputies found the suspect in a closet who allegedly told him,”I have a weapon, I’m gonna shoot you.” She fled on foot, while the officer pursued her into a wooded area. Salazar said the deputy lost sight of her, so the deputy called backup. The suspect was found crossing a river and officers pursued her in “water that was up to their chin.”

    Found, AND CORNERED, the woman in a closet… and she fled out of the closet, out of the home, and into a wooded area? Bullshit.

    I want to know what they were scared off. Did the cops see a gun? Nope. Or, did they just “feared” the woman had a gun… as a justification to spray her, and a mobile home with bullets? A mobile home that contained a family, that had nothing to do with any of this, that was sprayed with bullets, in the attempt to murder an unarmed woman, who the cops THOUGHT, they claim, had a gun, who had no gun, resulting in the murder of a 7 year old boy in the mobile home. Even if the cops do find a gun, in another search, the cops never saw the gun. The woman never brandished a gun at them. And the woman certainly DID NOT brandish a gun at the cops when she was cornered on the mobile home porch. But they
    feared for their life, because she MIGHT have a gun… killing a 7 year old boy in his own home.

    Every one of those cops deserves a point-blank shotgun blast to their balls… and left to bleed out and die.

    “It’s a tragedy, obviously,” the cop says.


    • She was in a closet but they lost sight of her….
      Ok, Pink Panther….

  • I applaud these brave and heroic officers; Its a sad day for America when the police have to resort to self defense in their day to day. What would we do without our boys and girls in blue?

    • idontknow

      Geeze, you just made me puke up my lunch…

    • J_in_TX

      You’re kidding, right?

    • RMS1911

      Live free

    • Vox Populi

      Not fear getting killed because the pigs are having an off day?

  • idontknow

    No Hesitation training strikes again.

    Every time patriots go to the range, they should use silhouettes of cops for training, because it will come to that anyway…

    • jimmy joe

      Fuck, I want them, representing all forms of pigs!!

    • SP_88

      That’s a good idea. If they are going to use “innocent civilian” targets to train cops and basically dehumanize us, then we should respond in kind with “dirty cop” targets to shoot at.
      I bet if someone started selling them, people would buy them. And fill them full of holes.

  • Farmer Scott

    Apparently the Department of Homeland Security, along with law enforcement agencies nationwide, have requested practice targets that feature children, pregnant women, and the elderly.

    • RMS1911

      It’s because their tiny nutsacks and micro penises shrivel up at the sight of a man.

    • That’s for the martial law, policy is not an excuse for what happened here.

  • Guillotine_ready

    Disarm the thug police. They do not serve us. We do not need thugs with a sense of superiority roaming our streets with loaded guns. It is time to disarm them like the British police they do not get guns till they are clearly and actually needed.

    • Gil G

      They have their 2A rights too.

      • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

        No they don’t.

        The State has no rights – as the public, blood-spattered and leering, insane Joker-face of the State, neither do cops.

  • R.E. Tard

    She said she had a weapon, and said she was going to use it. That is sufficient
    information to presume she was armed. At some point in the chase , the suspect could have disposed of the weapon, or simply lost it in chin deep water.
    Had she lived, she would have been charged as the murderer of the child. The police didn’t steal the car, the police didn’t threaten anyone, the police were not running from the police. They acted in self defense doing their job.

    • J_in_TX

      They did not act in self defense if she never displayed or threatened them with a weapon. Would they have shot her if she said she was going to beat the hell out of them? She might as well have said she had an airplane and was going to drop bombs on them.

      • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

        “I’ve got a loaded B-52, and I’m not afraid to use it!”

    • Phil_Ossifer

      Presuming a suspect is armed does not authorize permission to kill on sight. What is does is inform the officers that they may face armed resistance. The officers overreacted and assumed that the “armed and dangerous” description of the perpetrator would protect them from charges of excessive force. And it looks like they are going to get away with it.

      This is why civilians should avoid interactions with the police at all times if possible. Since cops treat civilians like the enemy why should you assume cops are your friends?

    • So we can have cops murder someone innocent and we blame it on a criminal because…

      • R.E. Tard

        An armed criminal running from the police attempts to make entry to your house while your wife and children are home? If this criminal had lived she would have been charged with the murder of the child.

        • “Armed” is an unsubstantiated hearsay rumor.
          You got a suspect in the closet at their home, HOW THE FUCK DO YOU LOSE SIGHT OF HER ?
          How do you shift blame for the murder of the cops to the suspect they were chasing, WHEN A SHOOTING IS INVOLVED ?
          You are not at the suspect’s home, you need to ensure the safety of the occupants of that home FIRST. How about NO SPRAY & PRAY OF BULLETS ? How about 1 cop shoots 2 aimed shots striking the suspect dead ? If they cannot qualify for that, why are they even cops or given a handgun ?

          • Fernesque Golan

            Armed and dangerous is the lie that always accompanies a police murder. Why is it that these creeps are in constant fear of their lives when it is obvious they are in no danger? Is it that they all want to join the National Club of Police Murders?
            Do they get some kind of award or is it the satisfaction that they fulfilled their macho image?

          • All of the above and more, trigger happy, wanna be hero, get the next promotion, but the biggest one is EGO – I imposed my authority. With the follow up of – No Liability.

    • Fernesque Golan

      Hey doofus — there is no death penalty for car theft nor is there one for just being a child. If she had lived, they might have charged her with the death of the child, but she would never have been convicted of it because the police were the ones being reckless. They were probably out of breath and out of shape, so rather than keep on running, they figured a bullet could catch her faster than they could.

      Self defense is when someone is trying to harm another. She in no way was harming these inhuman pigs. The death of the child is a testament to their poor judgment and lack of intelligence. It reminds me of the meme that the army had to destroy the village to save it. Only a COPSUCKER would attempt a defense of the cockroaches who pulled the trigger.

      You are certainly living up to your screen name although I have worked with supposed “retarded” children who seem to have had a lot more smarts than you.

  • Undecider

    How about a plain old, “shit, we fucked up, sorry!.. oh, Merry Christmas!”

    • jimmy joe

      For 1, its takes real men to admit they made a mistake, and you will be hard pressed to find any real men in a pig force!!

  • Steven Crilly

    If law enforcement was held to the same standard as any other citizen involved in a shooting, things would be different. Don’t try to tell me how they have to make split second decisions, and all that horse crap. Any human being trying to stay alive has to make those same decisions. Its a tough job, for tough men. So get tough, you, sissies.

    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      Truck drivers are 10x more likely to be killed “in the line of duty” than a cop.
      They also have to make split-second, life-or-death, decisions.

      • Steven Crilly

        True. I used to train LE, and my Son is a cop, so its not like I dont have a dog in the fight either. This behavior is unacceptable.

  • frankw

    Looks like some of the boys in blue are taking their IDF training seriously.

  • RMS1911

    It’s getting to the point when you see these costumed buffoons just shoot them in self defense.
    You have been warned.

  • RMS1911

    Remember the most important thing is that they go home at night.
    Not to avoid killing innocent people.

  • SP_88

    This is what happens when people who are typically tasked with handing out traffic tickets are suddenly required to chase criminals. When 15 cops are all firing their weapons at one person standing in front of a trailer home, it should be expected that at least some of the bullets are going to go through the wall and into the home, hitting anyone who happens to be inside.
    Clearly, the cops acted recklessly and carelessly, regardless of whether or not they were justified in shooting the woman, which I would argue they weren’t since she never brandished a weapon or threatened anyone with a gun.
    But even if she did have a gun, it isn’t necessary for every cop there to open fire on her, especially since she was in front of a dwelling that had innocent people inside. Even one cop firing two bullets at her puts everyone in that house at risk of being shot.
    Every cop who fired their weapon should be charged with negligent homicide. And if it is determined that shooting the woman was not justified, they should be charged with her murder as well.
    Cops are allowed to get away with using deadly force way too much, especially when the use of non-lethal force is more appropriate.

  • James

    There are No 2 words a cop can put together that can be believed so the cop said is just howl off. Unless on cam. She was unarmed at the time of the shooting & fleeing. So not stand your ground here. That makes it murder by cop. With a bonus child thrown in. Sure they are proud of this gun down. Coffee shop brag for years here for them.

  • Lunarcus Moonbatticus

    Dear President Trump;
    As you are fully aware, many Americans voted for you in order to make changes in the country, and to abide back into the realm of the U.S. Constitution, which former Presidents have not complied with.
    In fact, the last four Presidents have not only failed in preserving the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights, they have also subverted the same!
    One of the mandates that thousands, if not millions, of Americans have written to you about is the gradualized Police State that America has become.
    This essentially started with the Waco Raid, and has escalated ever since with Police Raid Assassinations of those who are deemed to be inconvenient or political troublemakers.
    So I would ask you this;
    1. Why haven’t you DE-Militarized the various branches of Law Enforcement, and placed the various departments under the Rule of Law with an oversight of an Ombudsman-based Inspector-General assigned by the U.S. Attorney-General to investigate the actions of Police Departments, Sheriffs departments, and Federal Alphabet Law Enforcement Agencies?
    2. Why hasn’t a cease-and-desist modus operandi been enacted to stop any Police Raid, Detainment of Arrest where children are present and can witness police brutality, arrest procedures, or un-Constitutional police bullying, or suffer become child casualties?
    3. Why haven’t you abolished. repealed, or inerted the NDAA, which allows for un-Constitutional indefinite detainment of U.S. Citizens, and Permanent Residents without a trial or charge? (Remember; Obama brought this aspect of law into being, just as he did with FATCA which makes overseas business and bank dealings impossible now for Americans living overseas).
    4. Last but not least, shouldn’t the Israeli – Palestinian Boundaries be re-set to pre-1967 geographics before any thought is given to moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem? & shouldn’t the Palestinians be given equal and due process under International Law to have half of the U.S. Embassy located on their boundary as well for dual-state equality?
    Thank you-
    Lunarcus Moonbatticus

  • Lunarcus Moonbatticus

    PS- More civilians in the U.S. have died at the hands of the cops than have our members of the Armed Forces overseas!
    Think about it!
    & protect yourselves from the cops via cameras, live-stream video, and court notifications from your lawyers to Law Enforcement, notifying them of your intent to defend yourselves from police bullying, brutality, and threats to your life, limb, property and due-process of law!
    Jeff Sessions; are you reading this???????????????

  • I don’t mind them killing a car thief JUST FOR STEALING VEHICLES.
    I do mind cops opening fire indiscriminately and practicing spray & pray because they have the ammo.
    If there is a case to be solved, why wasn’t a detective in charge of the meter maids ?

  • Rebel w/out a Cause

    Says “multiple deputies opened fire”. Was that the only response they could come up with? They even admitted that they didn’t see a weapon. C’mon guys. People holding cell phones, people reaching into their pocket, etc. etc.

    And the one that really got to me was Joseph Weekley – shoots and kills a young girl in the wrong house, and gets a 5 year suspension, and then is rehired. If she was my daughter, he’d have been a dead man long before his suspension was up.

  • Dow Jones

    Pigs kill! That’s their function. When will USSAN tax cattle grasp that the GESTAPO are SUPPOSED to be evil murderous scum. Be smart and stay away from psycho pigs itching to murder someone.

  • Uncle Hormone

    Once again… in Texas!!!!

  • Mike Smith


    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      Which one are you?

      It’s obvious that you’re one or more of the three. . .

    • Fernesque Golan

      Judging by the content of your comment and all of your misspelled words, it is evident that you are a complete imbecile and a worthless piece of shit and a very poor excuse for a human being. Your mother and father obviously failed with you. Did they beat you? Were you bullied in school? Is this the reason for your irredeemable hatred? If someone were to do you and us a favor by putting a bullet through your empty head, would there be a single person that would mourn your passing or would all the locals be celebrating at the nearest bar?

  • Richard Olsen

    FOUR cops and a bullshit story that even a child would know was phony if the kid had an IQ greater than the number of cops! What was she using to “break into” the mobile home with? Her fingernails? She was a “suspect” in the first place, not an escaping convict. We need to realize, and realize it damned soon, that most of these killer cops violate both the letter and the spirit of the constitution; if we still have a constitutional government. Nearly ALL of the over 15,000 unarmed men, women, and children killed by police were suspects, many being suspected of such serious “crimes” as having a burned out tail light, or “looking suspicious”, whatever that means. Young children have been shot in the back because they had a toy gun, or something that “looked like” a gun, with not even an attempt made to check out what was there, and further, when there was not even a report of a crime having been committed. That’s almost three times our battle deaths in the undeclared wars and invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq combined. Maybe we should take some notice. Do we HAVE a republic under the constitution? Or is this the way whatever the government we now DO have does business? I submit it’s the Police State oligarchy where only the very wealthy have any rights, and the cops are their way of making sure that WE know that!

  • X-abian Montsho JAHi

    If a cop fears for his life above the public’s, he/she has no business being a cop. That same old claim has been exhausted.

  • Vox Populi

    In a civillized and just society these killer cops woulf face manslaughter charges and jail time like most people. Ooops I forgot we live in police state called ‘Merica full of Iphone worshipping zombies.

  • Roger Richard

    At least the boy will not be charged with frightening the police. A roofer’s job is far more dangerous and they don’t go around killing innocent people.