Skip to comments.Dramatic footage shows moment Iraq war vet was shot 70 times in home
Posted on 05/27/2011 11:44:07 AM PDT by Do Not Make Fun Of His Ears
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A U.S. Marine who was killed when he was gunned down in his home near Tucson, Arizona, never fired on the SWAT team that stormed his house firing 70 times in a hail of bullets, a report has revealed.
The revelation came as dramatic footage of the shooting was released, showing the armed team pounding down the door of Jose Guerena's home and opening fire.
The father-of-two, who had served twice in Iraq, died on May 5 after the SWAT team descended on his home believing it was one of four houses associated with a drug smuggling operation.
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They should treat these goons to a necktie party, just like they did after Nuremberg.
"Dramatic footage shows moment Iraq war vet was shot 70 times in home... as report reveals he did NOT open fire on SWAT team"
Yup. They’re guilty of murder, pure and simple — and so is that idiot Sheriff Dipstick.
this is sickening.
Unfortunately, thanks to court cases in KY and IN, this will happen more, rather than less, frequently.
The SCOTUS hates the 4th Amendment but loves the Big Govt Police State.
So they added a siren to the soundtrack. Big deal.
That evil thug democrat party hack Tucsn Sheriff lied endlessly about this brutal murder.
Does anyone know when the Oathkeeper rally is happening in response to this?
Another comment - if the cops shoot any more vets like this, the vets might just get together and figure out how to do something about it... beyond rallying.
BING search “Battle of Athens”
What is wrong with our country? They burst into a home guns blazing on the flimsiest evidence and kill a law abiding citizen. Yet they make a major drug bust in a warehouse without any shots being fired and the druggies are out on bail within 24 hours and many never serve time.
Does the selective, random intensity of enforcement seem crazy to anyone else?
There should be another memorial at the University of Arizona stadium. Have Zer0 attend with teleprompter. Instead of 14,000 people, have it standing room only with 28,000 people.
Those M&*&*R F&^*rs murdered that man
Yeah, I read about it.
Corrupt sheriff trying to kill a veteran,
and the boys got together and fought back until the state police arrived.
ICBW, but it seemed like only 5 seconds between the knock and the break-in.
The policeman is your friend........but not in America!
They prevented ambulances from coming in to assist, for over an hour, as he bled to death in front of his wife in his own home.
These people are every bit as evil as Al Qaeda.
The headline is misleading, he was only hit 60 times, the rest were sprayed all over the neighborhood.....where they conducted no warrant raids to look for their bullets....
As I’ve said several times already, they should have waited until he went to work, and served the warrant on his wife. Abdo-lutely NO NEED FOR A SWAT ASSAULT. NONE! This must go to court.
Question, why isn't the Republican Governor asking the State FBI to handle the investigation, instead of the police departments who actually did the killing?
The true face of Domestic Terrorists.
Cops were WRONG about being fired upon, how could they make a mistake like that - and STILL be sure he was pointing a rifle at them and threatening them?
Stinks, and looks like a cover-up.
Those two cases have nothing to do with what happened in Tuscon.
Agreed. the SWAT team that let this brave man die, after protecting his family, should be hanged.
“When she encountered the SWAT team, ‘the only thing I told them was take care of him, take him to a hospital,’ Ms Guerena told ABC.
An ambulance reportedly arrived in a few minutes, but medical personnel were not allowed inside to see Mr Guerena for an hour and 14 minutes, the family’s attorney, Chris Scileppi, told ABC News affiliate KGUN.
In contrast, it took responders only 12 minutes to address Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, who was shot in Tucson in January, according to Mr Scileppi.
Mr Storie defended the SWAT team’s actions, saying, ‘They still don’t know how many shooters are inside, how many guns are inside and they still have to assume that they will be ambushed if they walk in this house’. “
I’m sorry he was hit 22 times, the other 50 were sprayed around the neighborhood....
There were 27 seconds between the time of the siren and the door being opened. Enough time for the resident to get his weapon. There was another eight seconds before the first shot was fired.
They knew he was dead once the robot was sent in.
>There were 27 seconds between the time of the siren and the door being opened. Enough time for the resident to get his weapon. There was another eight seconds before the first shot was fired. <
We have a right to defend ourselves. Even from the Gestapo.
He had to wake up, tell his wife to go to the closet, retrieve a weapon, take a defensive stance and identify his target....his safety was still on....unlike SWAT.
The police serving the warrant have the right to defend themselves. Don’t point your weapon at anything you don’t intend to shoot.
And yet the worst punishment that any of them will receive will be a letter of reprimand in their file that will be thrown out in 6 months.
“The SCOTUS hates the 4th Amendment but loves the Big Govt Police State.”
The SCOTUS ..at this point..works for our masters. The watering of the tree of liberty is on the cusp of commencing.
Absolutely ... the cops are more and more being viewed as the enemy to our once free society. In my opinion, they better start picking sides ... because WHEN ... not if the SHTF ... the ones on the government side are going to become fair game
You defend the jackbooted thugs when they murder an innocent American?
Do you defend them for preventing the ambulances from arriving for over an hour, while he bled to death in his own home?
If you had any decency, you would be ashamed of yourself. Absolutely disgusting and shameful. I hope you are not an American.
So they saw a man with a weapon.....and unload. Watch the coward that first runs away and then runs back so he can pull a trigger. They couldn't even be assed to determine if the wife had left with the kids. Is this your idea of professional police work?
Not a mistake. A lie! What they did was intentional.
And LEOs and their fervant supports wonder why we are growing distrustful.
The enemy is within. It will not be long and the hunt for rouge police will be on. When the very laws seem to protect murder like this then the law will not be obeyed.
OATH KEEPERS MUSTER:
What An Oath Keepers muster. Oath Keepers and friends will muster and march to the home of Mrs. Vanessa Guerena for a ceremony of memoriam for her late husband Jose Guerena, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran of the Iraq war.
When 8:00 a.m. sharp Monday morning Memorial Day, May 30, 2011
Where - The intersection of West Valencia Road and South Wade Road. Take I-10 to I-19 South and exit West Valencia Road to South Wade Road, Tucson, Arizona. See below
—————————Rest at site———
“Statists” like those who defend these Gestapo tactics are what’s wrong with America.
“Statists” like these are why we had an American Revolution.
“Statists” like these are the reason we are in the middle of a second American Revolution.
“Statists” like these have no concept of the fury of the American People, once it reaches full vent.
So far, yes, it is crazy and depressing that I would like to see what charges were up for the man who got shot? Were those charges, or the man’s own records, serious enough that a SWAT Team needed to bust in and do the job?
It is really disappointing and sad that such an event like this happened, especially from the people whose job is to protect us domestically as well.
Based on the combat situation traing I got years ago, this “SWAT” team was trained by a moron.
Wandering around like lost puppies just before an dog show.
Provided they had a no knock warrant issued by a judge it was legal.
They have their guilt for the rest of their lives. May they have many sleepless nights.
I'm going to wait for all available facts before making a conclusion. Knowing standard procedure and their training would help, too.
“Those two cases have nothing to do with what happened in Tuscon.”
Sure they do. While the Tuscon case at least involved cops-with-a-warrant, it was still cops breaking into a house, albeit legally.
The RELEVANT cases I mentioned will only mean that MORE COP HOUSE BREAK INS WILL OCCUR now that warrants aren’t needed in those states. Thus, more needless murders like this will occur.
Stop defending our horrible SCOTUS. They’re a bunch of big-govt-loving Police Staters.
I agree but the court case will hinge on the AR-15 - not if it was safteyed or fired - but that it was "pointed" at the SWAT team.
This is a very unfortunate situation and both parties are cupable, IMO.
The actions of this team are indefensible!
Sure there was. How else is a disgrace of a man with feelings inadequatecies supposed to feel superior unless he weilds a gun and takes out "thugs" under the cover of law. If these "men" had any honor they would come forward admit their cupability and accept the punishment that society would give them. Instead they lie, they conspire to cover it up. That in itself proves the bad intentions of these low-life scum, big man wannabes.
The gubment and their jack-booted scum will keep pushing until there is a reaction that they will not be able to control and it will have very dire consequences.
>>Provided they had a no knock warrant issued by a judge it was legal. <<
Ah, the trusty “Nuremberg defense.”
“WE WERE JUST FOLLOWING ORDERS.”
People like you are what’s wrong with America.
I’m not going to defend anyone who acted illegally or who deviated significantly from policy or their training.
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