Jury Acquits VA Man Who Shot At Cops He Thought Were RobbersChris | InformationLiberation
Jul. 17, 2014
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Virginia police intent on ruining an innocent man's life for daring to act in self defense after they drew a bead on him with the red lasers from their firearms will have to find another victim as a jury acquitted the man of their trumped up charges that he was "reckless" when he discharged his firearm in their direction.
The cops had in fact went to the wrong home in response to a 911 call about a suspected robbery, when the man inside thought they were the suspected robbers and he was literally in their cross-hairs, he acted to defend himself by firing one shot in their direction.
Rather than apologize for going to the wrong home and menacing an innocent man with their firearms, Virginia police hit him with a host of trumped up charges to ruin his life -- which they did successfully for months as he was unemployable with the charges hanging over his head -- all to send a message that it's a tax-slaves duty to render unto the authorities complete and total submission, even if you don't know it's them, you must just assume it's them, even when a bead is drawn on your head, for anything else is blasphemy.