Skip to comments.Suspect in Whittier cop killing, East LA slaying was AB 109 probationer
Posted on 02/21/2017 5:58:14 PM PST by chrisinoc
A man suspected of killing a Whittier police officer in a shootout Monday, hours after slaying his cousin, was released from prison under a controversial program that many law enforcement agencies blame for an uptick in crime, authorities said.
Michael Christopher Mejia, 26, of Los Angeles, was identified Tuesday by authorities as the suspect in the fatal shootings of Whittier police Officer Keith Boyer and 46-year-old Roy Torres, the suspects cousin.
(Excerpt) Read more at ocregister.com ...
Now that we know what this cop killing scum bag vermin looks like, one more question>
Is he an illegal?
His appearance would be greatly improved if he were fitted for a hempen necktie.
O’Reilly talked about him tonight. Was released from California prison early due to overcrowding. A habitual criminal and gang member...but not an illegal.
I’m guessing MS-13. They like the facial tattoos.
Im guessing MS-13. They like the facial tattoos.
Good guess, next question is he an illegal?
“His appearance would be greatly improved if he were fitted for a hempen necktie.”
I beginning to feel that the old French guil·lo·tine would be even better.
It’s a trivial issue I’m replying on, but I doubt he’s MS-13.
MS-13 tats, especially the facial ones, are almost always “billboards” expressly mentioning the gang. So you’ll see 13 prominently featured, and/or “M S” or even spelled out, “Mara Salvatrucha.”
May he rot in hell, along, one hopes, with the political careers of Jerry Brown and Kamala Harris, thanks to whom Mejia was on the street recently to begin with.
Thanks. I know zippo re the MS-13’s.
Most of the gang bangers do, not just MS 13. More than likely, I would guess he is a Sureno.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.