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Thursday, August 23, 2012

An In-Depth Look At New Black Panther Rhetoric As It Turns Increasingly Aggressive

San Diego police are under close scrutiny after accidentally shooting a homeowner who called 911 after allegedly seeing a man in a ski mask prowling the neighborhood.

While searching for the man, police entered the backyard of the woman’s home, San Diego County sheriff’s homicide Lt. Larry Nesbit explained. There, they made contact with the homeowner and, horrifyingly, shot her.

While police say Jennifer Orey was struck in the arm, her family maintains otherwise.



Anonymous said...

Headline switch

Anonymous said...

All ten of them.

lmclain said...

Bulletproof vests, massive manpower, dogs, helicopters, and these sissies still jump at the sound of a mouse. Shot a woman who was unarmed because she SCARED them. And THEN try to make it sound like she was some kind of terrible danger to them and merely "grazed" her (because, unless they unload 100 round or more, can't hit the side of a building) or brought it upon herself. Ever watch the Keystone Cops in action?