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Post by Rasq'uire'laskar on Thu Sep 18, 2014 10:18 am

A black man in Texas opens fire on police officers as they served a warrant, killing one and wounding others. Worry not, good citizens, for justice will be served. His bail is set at $3,000,000 and he will face the death penalty.

A black man in Texas opened fire on what he thought were intruders breaking into his home, only to kill a SWAT member in a no-knock raid. The warrant was for narcotics distribution based on the testimony of an informant, but the cops didn't find the bags of cocaine and fat stacks of cash that were promised. They found a gun (because this is Texas) and a pipe (which suggests use, but not distribution) and one scared homeowner.

Now... which story actually comes out and says that it was Marvin Guy's home the police were breaking into? Anyone? Anyone at all?

Oh, and on an unrelated note, the ATF now requires you to identify your race on the Form 4473. Fill it out right, citizen, or we'll take the excuse to raid the gun store.
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Re: Two very different stories about one event.

Post by Nocbl2 on Thu Sep 18, 2014 5:54 pm

Rasq'uire'laskar wrote:
Oh, and on an unrelated note, the ATF now requires you to identify your race on the Form 4473. Fill it out right, citizen, or we'll take the excuse to raid the gun store.
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Re: Two very different stories about one event.

Post by Tylertlat on Fri Sep 19, 2014 8:32 pm

Rasq'uire'laskar wrote:
A black man in Texas opened fire on what he thought were intruders breaking into his home[/url], only to kill a SWAT member in a no-knock raid.

Sound like he was right, there were intruders in his home (unless the legality of the event makes it technically not an intrusion. Does it?).
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Re: Two very different stories about one event.

Post by Lord Pheonix on Fri Sep 19, 2014 8:36 pm

Legally they are the police and they have a warrant to do it then it's fine, but common sense wise it's probably not great for a bunch of fucks wearing black clothes and masks to break into a TEXAS mans house at 5:30 in the morning without knocking or yelling "police!"


Calling for his execution for defending himself in what he thought was a home defense is stupid, but I read the article a day or two ago and I just remember "calls for death row" which could just be over-hyped civilians fucking around.

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Re: Two very different stories about one event.

Post by Tylertlat on Fri Sep 19, 2014 8:38 pm

I know that it's legal, with the warrant and all. I was pointing out that the man was right that there were people forcing their way into his house, legal or not. And as you reiterated, Texas.
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