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Article posted Mar 17 2014, 5:25 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: Police State USA Print

Police Shoot Man Holding His Wallet After Minor Traffic Accident

"They couldn’t have been there three or four seconds when I was shot."

OPELIKA, AL -- While on an interstate drive to his next assignment in the USAF, a young man got in a minor traffic accident.  When police arrived to help, they told him to raise his hands.  An officer “perceived a threat” presumably because he was holding his wallet — and opened fire.  The young airman was shot him in the stomach and will now live the rest of his life attached to a colostomy bag.  The department “fully supports” the shooting.

A Life-Changing Trip

On March 6th, Michael Davidson, age 20, was traveling on I-85 on his way to to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base near Goldsboro, NC.  Davidson is an Airman First Class in the U.S. Air Force and was reporting for duty.   Near Opelika, Alabama, he got into a minor collision with an 18-wheeler.

Davidson exited his vehicle to go talk to the semi-truck driver.   About halfway there, he reportedly heard a noise from behind him — “hollering.”  A police officer was now on the scene and was shouting at Davidson.

Police reportedly told to raise his hands in the air, and for reasons unclear, Officer Phillip Hancock of the Opelika Police Department opened fire.  Davidson was shot in the stomach.

The victim’s father, Billy Davidson of Texas, has been the primary source of information so far, as his son is hospitalized and unable to speak to the media.  He has passed along Michael’s version of the events, and told WTVM his son did nothing to provoke being shot.

“Michael said he heard screaming or hollering and he saw the lights. He realized it was a police vehicle and he raised up his hand. He had his billfold at the time he was turning around saying 'I am an Airman headed to my—’ and that is as far as he got. As he turned around he felt something hit him and he had been shot,” Billy said.

“He kept asking ‘Why did you shoot me?’”, his father added, noting that his son soon fell unconscious and nearly died."He lost so much blood they ran out of blood and had to use blood expanders," his father said.

“The next thing I know I was on the ground,” Michael told his father.  “I didn't realize he shot me. I didn't know what happened. It was so fast. They couldn't have been there three or four seconds when I was shot.”

Watch the interview with the father below via WTVM:

Everything According to Policy

Opelika Police Chief John McEachern held a press conference and delivered a prepared statement about the incident.

"As the officer was exiting his vehicle, he observed the driver of the silver SUV (Davidson) was exiting also,” McEachern said.  “The officer then gave verbal commands to the driver. It was at this point that the officer perceived what he believed to be a threat.  Officer Hancock then pulled his service weapon and fired two shots at the suspect. One of the shots fired struck Airman Michael Davidson."

And a (vague) threat was perceived a threat, the chief said that the department “fully supports” the shooter and his actions.

"Police officers are authorized to use deadly force in order to protect the police officers or others from what is reasonably an immediate threat of death or serious physical injury," Chief McEachern said. "Based on the facts and circumstances I'm aware of, Officer Hancock acted accordingly, within departmental guidelines, and we fully support him."

Justice for Michael

The bullet shredded through Davidson’s intestines and bowels, and he may have to live with a colostomy bag attached to his abdomen for the rest of his life.  His Air Force career is most likely over.

“We came here not looking for an attorney, but looking for answers,” Michael’s father explained to WTVM.  “We are a law-and-order family and we thought law and order would prevail, but now we are hearing they are looking for charges against Michael.”

He added: “We realize we need to protect our son.”

Protect him from what?  Police are exploring felony charges for some synthetic cannabis that the shooter claims to have found on the scene.

No weapons were listed in the police report.

Officer Phillip Hancock has been placed on paid administrative leave pending an investigation by the Alabama Bureau of Investigation (ABI).
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Posted: Mar 17 2014, 8:38 AM

75145 I wonder, are the drones operated by USAF personnel?

If they are (and in any case they are operated by the Army), then I have, kinda, mixed feelings about this.

Posted: Mar 17 2014, 2:18 PM

@75145, why? All branches of the military are masked by the same con.

However, to answer your question, the Army pilots the "Predator" drones. The Air Force pilots a drone with 2 cameras - I can't recall what it's called....

Posted: Mar 17 2014, 3:17 PM

20923 Alabamas finest

Posted: Mar 17 2014, 3:41 PM

11893 I didn't read the article, because it saddens me. I still have to ask myself, what the fuck is going on in the Land Of The Free?

Posted: Mar 17 2014, 3:59 PM

11893, an acronym for "Land Of The Free," could also be: "Lord Of The Flies;" the latter being a more suitable fit, for the uSSa.

My question is: what happens? The imperialists invest tons of $ into the USAF officers. When a piece-of-shit cop comes along and f_-_-_'s the investment, how is he dealt with?
Heywood Jablomi

Posted: Mar 17 2014, 5:15 PM

66160 I would LOVE to be on a civil jury in this case. No, $100,000,000 is not enough. And as for the moron cop, he should get a .45 cal round in each knee, shoulder and elbow. Have a nice life after that.

Posted: Mar 17 2014, 5:57 PM

1726 Perhaps the Air Force can return the favor. I believe I see a terrorist behind the Police Chief's chair. Can anyone say hell fire missile.
Marc: N.Z.

Posted: Mar 17 2014, 6:19 PM

11893 To: L.S.
The "Lord Of The Flies" reference is a good analogy. I worry about what is going on in the USSA. It Breaks my heart to see the downfall of a great nation that the people of the United States of America are being fucked over by the the very people that are supposed to serve them. WE'LL SEE!
Marc: N.Z.

Posted: Mar 17 2014, 6:35 PM

11893 Let me rephrase that. A Great and benevolent Nation, built by the people, for the people, on behalf of all people, is being fucked over by a few people that have their own goals. Some say, Rot in Hell America. I say, to the people of America, Do the right thing. WE'LL SEE!

Posted: Mar 17 2014, 7:42 PM

@Marc, USA is an acronym for "under Satan's authority - "hell isn't needed," in other words - we're doing a fine job destroying ourselves.
As far as government is concerned, I don't believe in them, (logically speaking.) This story intrigued me for the reason, that if this were "Animal Farm," I would equate this article to, the dogs have turned on the dogs. That suggests, it's only a matter of time, before the dogs turn on the pigs. If that were to happen, humankind would comprehend the word "freedom."


Posted: Mar 18 2014, 12:34 PM

1323 I looked at the police report. It is dated on the form the 6th of March. (The day of the shooting). It says the spice was recovered on the 7th. But why was this police report created on the 12th. (date of the document creation)

Posted: Mar 19 2014, 2:22 PM

24234 Time to turn around and start firing. This cops are out to kill us now.
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