Drunk Cop Says He's 'The Authority,' Shoots Young Man In The Face [Video]Chris | InformationLiberation
Oct. 09, 2013
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In this video out of Paraguay, an off-duty drunk police officer is seen murdering a young man in cold blood. Witnesses said the cop was shooting his gun off and said he "was the authority" before entering this liquor store and shooting the young man. The video shows the cop aim his gun at people off camera, two young men are seen cowering back in fear, then the officer pushes another young man back, the man doesn't show much fear or give into his intimidation and sits still with his hands resting in his pockets, the officer then raises his gun at him and shoots him in the face, killing him on the spot.
A veterinary student was killed just under two weeks ago in Coronel Oviedo. The victim was identified as Atilio Recalde, Third Year student. The alleged perpetrator of the homicide is Officer Ramon Gamarra (28), who is still at bay.La Nacion reports the officer is still a fugitive. The police response to the murder was to say they need to perform more advanced psychological tests on future recruits. Let me recommend a full proof psych test you can give to future recruits.
"Do you want to be a police officer and 'enforce the law?'"
If you answer yes, you fail. No decent human being wants to rule over others.
Update: The officer was finally caught, he's facing 30 years in prison.
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