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“Why Did Police Kill My Dad?”

May 17, 2011
William N. Grigg

“Mom, was my dad a bad guy?” four-year-old Joel Guerena plaintively asked his mother Vanessa after her husband, 26-year-old Jose, was killed in a withering barrage of gunfire during a SWAT invasion of their home. “They killed my dad! Police killed my dad! Why? What did my dad do?”

To the extent the question posed by that traumatized child dealt with a moral justification for the killing, a good and sufficient answer would be: “Nothing.” Jose Guerena was killed because he had the temerity to defend his family from a criminal assault carried out by armed strangers.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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  1. nmgene permalink
    May 17, 2011 11:20 pm

    Our police, prosecuters and courts are completely out of control. I hope these people sue and collect millions and the swat team is arrested and charged with murder. If someone breaks into my house with out anouncing they are the police they will be shot. I am never out of reach of at least 3 guns, I am ambidextrous, I shoot as well with my left hand as I do with my right. I can draw and put 2 rounds into center of mass on 2 targets in under 1 second. I shout 5 targets in 2.3 seconds. I can shoot a garbage can lid at 300 yards with my handguns and a 9 inch target at a 1000 yards with my rifles. I shoot clay pigeons at 100 yards with my AK47 in 223. They may and probably will get me but I am going to take several with me. They have no legal right to bust in with out anouncing they are the police and have a warrant. As I do not break the law they would not have a legal warrant ever!!!!

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