It is customary, when posting, to cite a source.
This, word-for-word, report was filed by ABC’s (WJLA.com, Channel 7 News):
“”Lt.” Quarles Harris was a petty street punk con-artist. His name was “Leiutenant” (note spelling), he was not a lieutenant in anything. He was arrested in the possession of many phony credit cards that he had acquired via an identity theft scheme which involved stealing personal information from passport applications.”
The guy was a thief, not an operative.
The source is no longer on the Internet, and is not in the WayBack Machine, but is still listed in this Google search: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&safe=off&ei=7TJDS7qWBI3PlAfQ3JWfBw&sa=X&oi=spellfullpage&resnum=0&ct=result&cd=1&ved=0CAYQvgUoAA&&q=Leiutenant+Quarles&nfpr=1
Notice that, unlike yourself, I was able to respond to your post without insulting you or having to use foul language.
So your statement justifies his death?
for feck’s sake he was shot in the back of the head execution style
now you go & justify how he was executed
you won’t find “LTII” in the Wayback Machine
i guess the press mixed up LT as lieutenant but it was his regular name i mean who would want to walk around being called “Quarles” unless that name was really “Charles” with a Q?,huh?