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Authorities were looking for a female suspect in her 30's in the area of Farm to Market 1518 and Schaefer Road after a vehicle was reported stolen just before 11 a.m.

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 wooden 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 said she was threatening harm to several witnesses, leading them to believe she was armed. Deputies later found the female suspect on a porch, trying to break into a house. She has several felony warrants in her name, Salazar said.

Salazar said the deputies fired and killed the woman at the scene because she placed them "in direct fear of their lives." There was no weapon found with the woman at the scene and she doesn't appear to be armed, Salazar said. Officials are still conducting a search to find a weapon.

Salazar said one of the rounds also went into the house, striking a 7-year-old boy at least one time in the abdomen. Two adults believed to be related to the boy were also inside the house, he said.

"It's a tragedy, obviously," Salazar said.

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

http://news4sanantonio.com/news/local/sc...n-the-area
It's doesn't matter where you're at, what you're doing, before you pull the trigger be sure of what's behind it. There is no sense for this out side of a war zone.

If they fear for their safety so much, go into another line of work. I had a cousin on the police force for 25 years his son at least 10 so far. They haven't killed anybody that didn't need it.
If this was a hunter and the bullet missed a deer but went 500 yards and killed a person it would be manslaughter at the least.

Am I thinking wrong?

Beans

(12-22-2017, 12:31 PM)IRTdub Wrote: [ -> ]It's doesn't matter where you're at, what you're doing, before you pull the trigger be sure of what's behind it. There is no sense for this out side of a war zone.

If they fear for their safety so much, go into another line of work. I had a cousin on the police force for 25 years his son at least 10 so far. They haven't killed anybody that didn't need it.
If this was a hunter and the bullet missed a deer but went 500 yards and killed a person it would be manslaughter at the least.

Am I thinking wrong?

Yup, another pussy that had no business being a cop...
(12-22-2017, 12:31 PM)IRTdub Wrote: [ -> ]It's doesn't matter where you're at, what you're doing, before you pull the trigger be sure of what's behind it. There is no sense for this out side of a war zone.

If they fear for their safety so much, go into another line of work. I had a cousin on the police force for 25 years his son at least 10 so far. They haven't killed anybody that didn't need it.
If this was a hunter and the bullet missed a deer but went 500 yards and killed a person it would be manslaughter at the least.

Am I thinking wrong?

That. ^ ^. What I put in bold.
(12-22-2017, 04:29 PM)Talon Wrote: [ -> ]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcNcJlAcOMk

...."As soon as she came out they opened fire",,,,,
My, God! They were firing their weapons in a trailer park? A barrage of bullets in a trailer park? !!!!!

Any fool knows that the walls of a trailer are paper thin. Their bullets could have passed right through the trailer and into the one next door.

Facepalm
The mainstream media is reporting that Kameron was hit with a “stray bullet,” however, this bullet was anything but “stray.” The shot that killed young Kameron was deliberately fired at an unarmed woman. The officer’s gun did not accidentally go off. All of these police officers deliberately shot at an unarmed woman and their fear, poor judgment, and carelessness led to the death of an innocent child.

Now, the family is asking for justice to be served. Kameron’s uncle, Christopher Gonzales, says that he’s angry and saddened about the officers’ decision to open fire that day.

“It is shocking really,” he said. “It hasn’t even hit us to the full extent yet.”

The family had to tragically say goodbye to their beloved Kameron this week, who they say was always smiling.
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“We all put our hands on him and prayed on him, stuff like that,” the uncle said. “We are that kind of family.”

Although Kameron didn’t live in the home in which he was gunned down by police, it was his father’s house and he was visiting him after getting out of school early on Thursday for Christmas break.

Gonzales, who is now calling for the officers who killed his nephew to be held accountable, said Kameron knew something bad was going to happen that day.

“He was saying to his grandpa that he didn’t want to be there,” he said. “All day, he was saying he didn’t have a good feeling. He was telling his dad he wanted to call his mom and didn’t want to be there. He just kind of knew it wasn’t going to be a good day.”

Gonzales has now gone to local media and is demanding that the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office give the family answers and justice.

“If it is the police, we hope that you hold your people accountable,” he said. “I am sorry that it comes to this, but y’all are people just like us at the end of the day. Y’all deserve to be held accountable. It is a Constitutional right. Y’all just killed a little boy, it was y’all. There’s no weapon, so it wasn’t that lady.”

Had a regular citizen opened fire on an unarmed woman and killed an innocent child in the process, rest assured that they would be sitting in a jail cell right this moment. However, because the people who killed this unarmed woman and child are police officers, there will likely be no justice for Kameron.

Naturally, the sheriff’s department is claiming the officers acted appropriately—by opening fire on an unarmed woman—and killing her and a child in the process. They are claiming to have seen the now deceased suspect—30-year-old Amanda Jones—carrying a pistol prior to finding her breaking into Kameron’s father’s house. However, no such pistol was found.

“In my opinion, it’s a tragic accident that led to the death of this young man,” Sheriff Javier Salazar said at a news conference. “We are looking into all of it. Internal Affairs is still investigating it. But again preliminarily it appears that policies and procedures (on use of force) were complied with.”


http://thefreethoughtproject.com/family-...r-old-boy/