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Analysis posted Oct 14 2013, 7:16 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Deputies Raid Home For 'Smelling Like Meth Lab,' Kill 80-Year-Old Homeowner, Find No Meth, Say Son's Pot Evidence Of 'Drug Operation' Nonetheless

Chris | InformationLiberation

A Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy smelled what he thought was the scent of a meth lab coming from 80-year-old Eugene Mallory's home in Littlerock. The deputy's subjective olfactory sensations were apparently enough "probable cause" for a judge to sign off on a warrant to raid the elderly man's home. When deputies raided his house, they claim he pulled a gun on them, so they shot and killed him immediately.

Sherrif's department spokesman Steve Whitmore told KTLA the officers shot him in self-defense.

“Age does not preclude somebody from being aggressive toward deputies,” Whitmore said, acknowledging they shot an elderly person.

“The lesson here, and obviously, forgive me for stating the obvious, is that; don’t pull a gun on a deputy.”

In other words, we can pull guns on you and invade your home because we smell something fishy, but if you pull a gun on us as we invade your home armed to the teeth we can kill you without batting an eyelid.

After murdering the man for attempting to defend himself, the police searched his home and found no evidence of any meth operation, but they did find some marijuana in another part of his property inhabited by his wife's son.

When confronted on the lack of any meth operation, Whitmore acknowledged none was found, but responded, "No, but I believe marijuana was [found], and marijuana equipment was [found], and so there was a 'drug operation' that certainly was going on within this house."

And yes, he emphasizes "drug operation" as though it's in quotes, consciously acknowledging he's is a bald faced liar.

Watch the video from KTLA News:

Update: Mallory's widow's lawyers have released a statement saying he stopped driving recently because he couldn't grip a steering wheel and he no longer had the dexterity to shave himself. They said the trajectory of the bullets suggest he was sitting up in his bed when he was shot.
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Travis Watters

Posted: Oct 14 2013, 1:07 PM

24207 This is criminal. How long is this kind of thing going to continue before people stand up and say "ENOUGH!!!!!!"
Travis Watters

Posted: Oct 14 2013, 1:12 PM

24207 ps. This isn't about drugs. The charge should be Murder

Posted: Oct 14 2013, 1:21 PM


Posted: Oct 14 2013, 1:23 PM

5078 i think it is is "bold" face liar... right?

Posted: Oct 14 2013, 1:48 PM

72229 Someone should kick that pig in the teeth.

Posted: Oct 14 2013, 2:26 PM

68107 this is about the out of control demanding the right to totally control others with lies and and various other threats all the way to execution on the spot as the penalty for any immediate non-compliance.

Posted: Oct 14 2013, 2:48 PM

7160 Wow f the pigs

Posted: Oct 14 2013, 3:17 PM

18490 The violence and terrorism against the citizens of the United States won't end until we start putting cops in prison.

Posted: Oct 14 2013, 5:05 PM

99125 You scared the shit out of an 80 year old man for some drug bs...the war on drugs destroys lives and you ass holes do it for profit. Stop pretending that you are the good're not.

Posted: Oct 14 2013, 5:24 PM

7521 Wondering, was there a video showing how "he pulled a gun on them"?

Or it's just their word?

Posted: Oct 14 2013, 5:59 PM

107200 Fuck you idiots and the dumbass old man. He should have known better at 80.

Posted: Oct 14 2013, 8:14 PM

114174 The movie Training day anyone??

Posted: Oct 14 2013, 8:17 PM

20994 This type of shit is going to eventually cause a rampage

Posted: Oct 14 2013, 10:14 PM


Let them know how you feel!

Posted: Oct 15 2013, 12:33 AM

142165 No, it's "bald faced". I like the claim from the author that he can read the spokesperson's mind. "Consciously acknowledging" blah blah. You lose credibility with statements like that and phrases like "probably cause". It's "probable".

Posted: Oct 15 2013, 2:55 AM

Bold faced and bald faced are both correct, as to "probably" thank you for catching the typo, it has been corrected. I feel his emphasis on "drug operation" was to imply it was a drug operation "of sorts," even if not a meth operation. He was stretching the truth, which in my book is a flat out lying.

Posted: Oct 15 2013, 3:06 AM

142165 It could be argued that you are reading into his choice of words, or perhaps his inflection, and drawing the conclusion that he is lying based on your own prejudices. It would appear that you are allowing your personal feelings toward law enforcement officialsto colour your writing. Something that a journalist should try to avoid.

Posted: Oct 15 2013, 4:24 AM

Of course it colors my writing, everyone's views color their writings, that includes drab state-stenographers who "only report the facts" and print politicos' bald faced lies without any counterpoints.

Truth is my opinion on law enforcement actually allows me to see these situations more clearly than most, most people think having a badge and gun means you're in the right, no matter what you do. It takes a more rational mind to strip the people of their costumes and judge their actions on their own merit.

In this case, for example, the state goon-squad invaded an innocent man's home and murdered him for posturing in self-defense, they then justified their murder by claiming self-defense besides being the aggressors, and said because they found some vegetation politicians 90 years ago deemed "illegal" their murder was justified, despite their original intention being to bust someone for producing chemicals other politicians deemed illegal.

To wage an armed invasion of someone's home because you thought you smelled them making chemicals, then murder them for trying to defend themselves, and justify the murder by claiming self-defense and saying you were in the right because you found some pot in his son's room and that proves you right is what destroys your credibility -- Not pointing out said homicidal maniacs are in fact homicidal maniacs.

Posted: Oct 15 2013, 11:27 AM

20483 You have admitted to, and demonstrated, great bias in your writing. While you keep returning to this story in an attempt to justify calling people you don't know and have never met homicidal maniacs and liars, I am only criticizing your presentation of a biased opinion as fact. Just like you, I was not present at the scene and do not know the reality of the sequence of events. It is very likely that an alternative to shooting the man could have been attempted. However, as I said, I have no idea what exactly went on in that home, so I simply don't know what was, or was not, justified in this situation. Therefore, I would not be right to draw conclusions about what happened based solely on a press conference speech and the vocal inflections of the speaker, just as you are not right to do so.

A couple of quick points in response to your last post:

- Calling police officers a "goon squad" only weakens your point and presents further evidence that you are not an impartial journalist
- I am not sure it's fair to say that they (the police) are saying killing the man was justified because they found marijuana. It is far more accurate to say they are saying that shooting him was justifiable because he presented them with a mortal threat (a firearm). It seems to me that they are saying the drug raid, not the fatal shooting, was justifiable because of the marijuana.

To call this site a "news" source is inaccurate, as you are presenting a biased point of view and presenting your opinions (the speaker is a liar; these police officers are homicidal maniacs) as facts. These are not facts, these are your opinions. Perhaps you should call your site "Information Liberation: Here's my opinion about this news story".

Posted: Oct 15 2013, 12:37 PM

LOL, thanks for the laugh!
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