Skip to comments.3 linked to Tucson man killed in SWAT raid arrested
Posted on 03/09/2012 4:50:46 AM PST by willamedwardwallace
Three people connected to Jose Guerena, the man shot and killed during a SWAT raid in May 2011, were arrested on drug and money laundering charges Thursday morning.
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You’ll never sit on a jury.
Perhaps. But I suggest your FR account won't be very longlasting.
You remind me of Wormtongue.
LOL you do not get to make that decision. LOL
See, now you are an example of someone who might disagree with the majority on this thread, but you are no troll. You have an honest difference of opinion, and you aren’t going right to provoking angry responses. I can respect your point of view, even if I might disagree.
So anyone who disagrees with you is a troll? You are a reasonable person most of the time from what I see, why retreat to the troll meme?
The very definition of a troll. They thrive on the negative attention.
Nope. See my #105. Freeper donna is not trolling.
You are a reasonable person most of the time from what I see, why retreat to the troll meme?
Because you are obviously trolling. Pushing buttons, trying to provoke as much negative response.
Walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, flies like a duck.
You don’t think I was jumped on from the moment I posted the story?
I do believe that threatening FReepers with legal action for expressing an opinion is a violation of FR rules, correct?
You know I love angry responses.
You posted the story with a trolling comment.
The topic of the article had nothing to do with the family of the deceased marine, nor a thorough discussion of the events that lead to Jose Guererra's death. It had to do with some possibly very-shady cops.
Yet the first comment, by you, was a clear troll, and was largely unresponsive to the topic of the article.
I don’t recall anyone saying that Jose’s extended family was “perfect”.
The police had numerous opportunities to apprehend Jose outside of his home, where he wouldn’t have had access to his AR.
They chose to confront him in his home, with his family inside. Poor judgement resulting in a man being killed solely for being under suspicion of committing a crime. And yet, after all of this time, I’ve not seen any evidence presented to support the police allegations that he was involved in any crime.
Based on your statement, I suppose you believe that a son should be held responsible for his father’s sins?
You can choose your friends, not your family.
No one threatened anyone, I merely pointed out a fact.
Well, GRRR, then.
The whole event was because the cops were serving a search warrant as part of a home invasion probe at the home of the marine under investigation for being the muscle for that home invasion gang.
Tucson Police say a gun found in Guerenas house had been stolen in a burglary at a home in the 4300 Block of East Holmes three years ago.
Yet the story was important to the overall narrative that surrounded the event, no?
Hypothetically, of course.