Friday, September 21, 2012

Cops Raid Wrong House - Kill Owner


Our informant says this is the house.

What could go possibly go wrong?
A 61-year-old man was shot to death by police while his wife was handcuffed in another room during a drug raid on the wrong house.

Police admitted their mistake, saying faulty information from a drug informant contributed to the death of John Adams Wednesday night. They intended to raid the home next door.
If you haven't done anything wrong, what are you afraid of?
“I thought it was a home invasion. I said ‘Baby, get your gun!,” she said, sitting amid friends and relatives gathered at her home to cook and prepare for Sunday’s funeral.

Police say her husband fired first with a sawed-off shotgun and they responded. He was shot at least three times and died later at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.
Nice reporting.

Try and justify it because the owner had a 'sawed-off shotgun." I don't care if he responded with a bazooka! He had every right to defend himself and his wife from what they rightfully perceived to be a home invasion.
“We did the best surveillance we could do, and a mistake was made,” Lebanon Police Chief Billy Weeks said. “It’s a very severe mistake, a costly mistake. It makes us look at our own policies and procedures to make sure this never occurs again.” He said, however, the two policemen were not at fault.
Well there Billy-Boy, apparently your best just plains sucks, exudes laziness and reeks of incompetence and as a result of not following the 7 P's, (Proper Planning and Preparation Prevents Piss Poor Performance), your policies and procedures cost an innocent man his life.

Of course the two policemen aren't at fault. They were just following orders, right?

Read the rest here.

Fortify your homes so they can't get in easily. Gives you time to punch through the stack. Home invaders sometimes wear badges.


16 comments:

  1. Great Find. Being an unlawful arrest the owner would have been within his rights to ventilate each one of these armed badged thugs. One day they will do this to the wrong person and this person will have a family that will start a war that will make the "Hatfields and McCoys" seem to pale by comparison. Maybe that is what they are hoping for to unleash their billion rounds upon us. Reposted.

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  2. Thats f@cking enraging...

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  3. Murder by Cop. The police should be in jail and the department should be sued out of existance.

    This will most likely be spun as a bitter clinger right wing tea party terrorist shooting it out with the "proper authorities".

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  4. At this point the only thing they are sorry for is that the homeowner did not have a dog to kill. Part of the M.O. Of these JBT these days. Perhaps the Officers and the superiors who planned and executed this raid...and the homeowner, need to feel what it is like to have fear of you or your family being killed in your own home.

    These things will continue and grow until someone begins to provide the fear of reprisal.

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  5. Knocking on the door first??? Now there's a new concept!!!!!! The American people must protect their homes against ALL INVADERS!!! Why are the police put on "paid leave" when they screw up??? If you or I did the same exact thing we would be sitting in jail right about now!!!! Understand this, the police and associated forces wear this kind of stuff as a badge of honor. We, the American civilian, are the enemy!!

    Doug
    Newark, Ohio

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  6. When the raiding bastards with badges start getting vigilante justice, and never come home again, then and only then will the .gov sanctioned invasions stop.

    DAN III

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  7. Shotgun demonstrated as "insufficient". Even loaded with slugs, 12ga may not stop armored intruders with center-mass hits.
    Choose a full-capacity magazine-fed self-loading weapon that you have developed muscle memory to automatically speed-reload after counting your shots (or locking the slide back). Rifle bullets will go through US wood frame housing with enough energy to penetrate armor, esp 150gr. .30 cal.

    Police are predictable, because they are trained to be stacked-wolves attacking unprepared civilians with maximum surprise. This can flip around if they get stuck while taking effective fire that goes through IIIa (pistol armor). Interestingly, criminals often use the same techniques while wearing black outfits and yelling "POLICE". You can't tell the difference until it's too late, so a person is forced to behave identically and assume they are going to be murdered if they don't win (raped/robbed/murdered, vs. merely murdered with survivors sued by wounded Officers).

    2 weeks off with pay. That's vacation without burning up days.

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    1. .308 armor-piercing should do the trick. If you're lucky, the ZOG-enforcers will at first shoot high...so get down low, fire upward into the face of #1, then maybe he falls back into #2 and you get to Make a Statement before they kill you.

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    2. Yes, 308 seems to be the minimum round to take on heavily armed and armored home invaders, fortunately they REALLY LIKE GOING 'NUTS TO BUTTS' before committing a crime... and afterward when they hit the showers.

      What would work even better? Neighbors with main battle rifles looking out for each other-see these faggots bunching up, two or ten neighbors start sending .308, 30-06, 8mm, 7.62x54r at them.

      OR you could have your units within muster range, use CB or marine band radios or even kids on bikes call out when they're rolling in their fresh from Iraq MRAP, have preplanned responses for them...

      These worthless humps just love the soft targets. Americans will just have to stop presenting themselves as soft, especially when we're FORCED to grow our own food for survival and some code enforcement occifer comes by.

      I cover how to crush them in Second American Revolution Victory Guide.

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  8. The Quadfather9/21/2012 5:00 PM

    I don't know what they were after, It's just not that important to get the perp red handed that they can't take the time to identify and wait for a peaceful response. If the criminal has a meth lab, he's just not going to be able to flush that down the toilet. If he has a large stash of drugs, there won't be time for that. If he's just using, he's not harming anyone but himself, and even that is debatable. There's just no excuse for a no knock warrant. This is what happens, and this case is just murder plain and simple.

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  9. It is the BEST policy to assume that anyone kicking in your door is a home invasion, regardless of whether they are yelling police or not.

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  10. Anyone else find it more than eerie that the victim shares the name of one of our Founders...?

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  11. I hope Lorine Adams, John's wife, is still alive and in good health.

    "In October 2000, DRCNet reported on a rash of police killings during drug raids gone bad. Among them was the case of John Adams, 62, a black resident of Lebanon, TN, who was shot and killed by a police SWAT team raiding the wrong house on October 4 of that year. After masked officers burst into his home, Adams fired a shotgun at the intruders before they shot and killed him as his wife Lorine, 72, looked on in disbelief.

    Lebanon Police Lt. Steve Nokes, head of the town's narcotics unit, was fired from the police department and indicted on charges of criminal responsibility for reckless homicide, tampering or fabricating evidence and aggravated perjury. He was acquitted of all charges in June 2001.

    But the Lebanon Daily Times reported on May 24 that the city of Lebanon will pay at least $400,000 to Lorine Adams. She has received a lump sum payment of $200,000 and will receive $1,675 per month for the rest of her life. If she lives 15 years, the total pay-out would reach more than half a million dollars. The city also paid John Adams' medical bills of $45,000 and funeral expenses of $5,804. The city's insurance carrier will pay for the settlement. No word yet on Lebanon's new insurance rates."

    See http://www.drcnet.org/wol/156.html#policeshootings for DRCNet's October 2000 report on bad drug raids.

    http://stopthedrugwar.org/chronicle-old/239/tennesseetown.shtml

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  12. Uhh, how was the stack handcuffing the wife
    before engaging the shooter; being that the
    stack claims to have fired because the deceased
    fired upon the stack as they wrongly entered?
    Just asking.

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