I'm tired of popping off regarding what look like staged and scripted public relations fakes, folks.
"Boston officer shot after felon is pulled over" by Evan Allen, John R. Ellement and Meghan E. Irons Globe Staff January 08, 2016
When the Boston Police drug unit officers saw Grant Headley cruising down Mount Bowdoin Terrace on Friday morning, they suspected the convicted felon was selling drugs, police said later. They pulled him over and boxed him in.
But the 27-year-old, who was wanted for violating his probation, did not go quietly. Headley allegedly leapt from his car and opened fire, wounding a nine-year veteran in the leg and sparking a shootout, then taking off on foot before being tackled on Geneva Avenue, police said.
Cops didn't kill him?
Thirteen preschoolers were just a few hundred yards away, out for a walk with their teachers.
I'm going to talk about that a bit more below.
The officer, whom the Globe is not yet identifying because his mother has not been told of his injury, is expected to survive. He is a 37-year-old father of two who was less than a week away from receiving a commendation for bravery when he was shot.
Headley, whose adult criminal record dates back more than a decade and includes convictions for gun and drug charges, was released most recently from prison last April after serving five years on a host of gun charges, including being an armed career criminal in possession of a firearm without a firearm identification card.
Was it an Obama pardon, or do they just like keeping violent drug dealers on the street because it's good for the policing business and budgets?
On Friday, probation officers had a warrant for his arrest on charges related to violating his probation, though the nature of the violation was not immediately clear.
All this over a probation violation?
Boston Police Commissioner William B. Evans said at a press conference outside Boston Medical Center, where the injured officer was in the intensive care unit, that Headley was driving with a suspended license when drug unit officers stopped him.
Headley is in custody pending his arraignment, which is set for Monday in Dorchester Municipal Court. Court documents list Headley as an alleged member of the Greenwood Street Posse gang, and an official said his nickname is “Young Gunna.” Relatives either could not be reached or declined to comment.
He's even a gang member.
No one gave the cops a headleys-up, huh?
Evans called the shooting “unprovoked.” It occurred around 10:20 a.m. on Mount Bowdoin Terrace, which residents described as a mostly quiet street filled with longtime residents but one that has been troubled in recent months by drug problems and absent landlords.
In the paradise that is Bo$ton?
Police officers who stopped his car had not even unholstered their weapons when Headley allegedly began firing, Evans said. Witnesses described hearing about five or six gunshots, close together. Gary Bell said the shots were so loud, he thought they were being fired in his backyard. When he looked out his window, he saw a man in blue jeans and a brown jacket racing down Mount Bowdoin Terrace, police officers behind him shouting “Police!” and “Stop!”
Or I'll yell "Stop" again!
One of the officers, he said, stopped running and leaned against a car, blood pouring from his leg.
A sudden, dramatic burst of chatter broke out on police radio at the time of the shooting, with officers reporting “shots fired,” and “officer shot,” according to audio archived by broadcastify.com.
About a minute in, the apparent voice of the wounded officer can be heard: “I am at 33 Mount Bowdoin Terrace. Shot.”
“OK, sir, help is on the way,” replies the dispatcher. “Help is on the way.”
A neighbor said it “happened so quickly.”
“I heard the shots and then police started chasing somebody,” said the man, who lives adjacent to the site of the shooting and spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of retaliation. “The police officer was on his back on the ground.”
Evans said officers at the scene shot back at Headley but did not hit him. The wounded officer tried to put a tourniquet around his leg, and another officer helped him. Evans said the quick application of the tourniquet might have saved the officer’s life.
Police chased Headley on foot across backyards on Rosseter Street, then onto Geneva Avenue, where he was wrestled to the ground and arrested without any more shots being fired.
Officers recovered a .40 millimeter semiautomatic Glock handgun at the scene, officials said.
“It’s a high-velocity handgun,” Evans said.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh, who visited the officer at the hospital with Evans, lauded the Boston police, whom he called “the best in the nation.”
"The issue of policing in a world of realistic-looking toy guns has posed a problem to police departments in the region."
That's the debate in Massachusetts. TOY GUNS, not real ones, and the threat isn't from the police, it's the police that are being threatened!!!!
Related: Body that investigates Chicago police plans changes
Yes, "Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel was on the defensive again because a top city lawyer hide evidence in another case of a fatal police shooting."
It's systemic and it's worse than in Texas!
But back to Boston:
“I commend the officers for their incredible restraint,” Walsh said.
The wounded officer is expected to recover from his injuries, officials said.
“In our mind, he’s a hero,” Evans said. “He’s out there doing God’s work.”
Didn't some Wall Street guy say that?
I suppose killing more citizens (half of 'em white) is what God wants.
After all, it is pretty obvious HE is looking out for them.
Well, now you see what happens when a cop is shot in Boston.
Also see: Obama’s gun policy, and the GOP’s tepid response
The event is stinking even more now, even if it isn't another scripted and staged fiction to justify the agenda.
Officer Rachel McGuire (center) helped escort children from ABCD’s
Head Start preschool Friday. The students went to a nearby Walgreens
after the shooting near them (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff).
I don't care if it's fake, real, crisis drill, whatever. What I want to draw attention to here, and what I noticed right away are the cute kids, all of 'em!!
I don't know whether the little boy and girl are related, but he's holding her hand. There is danger near, and the children are comforting one another. The little girl looks so cute in her pink coat and shoes, and some parent had to take the time to make those braids.
Then there are the other two cuties holding hands with the authority figures. Little boy (if I can use such terms; I have no idea which gender the kids identify with) in the orange coat is an inquisitive fellow, huh? What's going on over there?
Back in the pack is another cute little girl with her hair put up and another boy taking a look. Behind him appears to be another little girl (my identifying pink with girls is a stereotype, I confess) with the girl at the rear in the pink jacket appears to be off in her own little world. Awesome!
And then there is the little guy with the hat, black coat, black pants, and sneakers looking at the camera. What's going on here, he's wondering in what looks a bit like amazement.
Collectively, they all made me tear up a bit as I thought of all the dead or suffering children that can be lain at the door of the EUSraeli Empire.
That's what it's all about, folks. That's for whom all this is for. To try and make this a better world for them.
While on the subject (not those crocodile tears, either), we were warned about the agenda just before he started firing away.
(Btw, the other BLM protests (for purposes of division) have been timed for maximum effect when it comes to Oregon and this current push for more gun control. Turns out those, like the others, are part of a government-orchestrated effort to achieve certain goals. And with that I will stand down)
It was the odious cretin Bush who first fired back, complaining about use of executive powers in light of his brother, and yes “at a certain point, violence begets more violence.”
Somehow the war-mongering U.S. government -- the biggest gun dealers on planet earth -- still hasn't learned the lesson.
Problem is its all blanks. None of the measures he proposed would have prevented a thing. It's just another demonizing gun grab, that's all.
Wouldn't have prevented this:
"Gunman tells police he shot Philadelphia cop in Islam’s name" Associated Press January 08, 2016
PHILADELPHIA — A man using a gun stolen from police said he was acting in the name of Islam when he ambushed an officer sitting in his marked cruiser at an intersection, firing more than a dozen shots at close range, authorities said Friday.
And an officer was ambushed in Boston on the same day!
What are the odds, huh?
What's the narrative!?
Both the officer and suspect were wounded during the barrage of gunfire.
The suspect, 30-year-old Edward Archer, also pledged allegiance to the Islamic State when he was questioned after his arrest in the shooting late Thursday, police said.
Police Commissioner Richard Ross described the attack on Officer Jesse Hartnett, captured on a police surveillance camera, as an attempted assassination.
‘‘He just came out of nowhere and started firing on him,’’ Ross said, who added that the suspect intended to kill. Ross said Archer told police he believed the department defends laws that are contrary to Islam. Police said there was no indication anyone else was involved.
Federal agents joined local police in the execution of search warrants at two Philadelphia area properties associated with Archer.
Captain James Clark, head of the homicide unit, said Archer told investigators: ‘‘I follow Allah. I pledge my allegiance to the Islamic State and that’s why I did what I did.’’
Honestly, this absolutely reeks of a false flag psyop.
Anything to take attention away from the failing economy.
Archer’s mother, Valerie Holliday, told The Philadelphia Inquirer that he has been hearing voices recently and that family asked him to get help. She also said her son felt targeted by police. She described him as devout Muslim.
Is he black?
The voices are telling me to wrap this up.
The gunman fired at least 13 shots toward Hartnett, moved up next to the car, and reached through the driver’s-side window.
Despite being seriously wounded, Hartnett got out of his car, chased the suspect, and returned fire, wounding his attacker in the buttocks, police said. Other officers caught Archer.
Hartnett, 33, was shot three times in the arm and will require multiple surgeries, but was listed in stable condition.
Archer was treated and released into police custody.
Last March, Archer pleaded guilty to firearms and assault charges stemming from a 2012 case but was placed on probation, court records show. Records also show he was scheduled to be sentenced Monday in suburban Philadelphia in a traffic and forgery case.
Meaning the government had some knowledge of and control over him. That is often the case with these pathetic patsy they find.
Related: Philly Cop Shooting: Dumbest… Psyop… Ever. (and other news)
He really hit the bullseye on that one!
It's reminiscent of what took place in France this week.
"Chief editor Gerard Biard marveled that, although the Charlie Hebdo killings launched a global debate on the role of religion and free speech, no one even bothered to explain to the world why the attackers went after the kosher supermarket. ‘‘We are so used to Jews being killed because they are Jewish,’’ he wrote. ‘‘This is an error, and not just on a human level. Because it’s the executioner who decides who is Jewish. Nov. 13 was the proof of that. On that day, the executioner showed us that he had decided we were all Jewish.’’
Cue the somber cello music, and henceforth all attacks in France will now be viewed as fake for agenda-pushing purposes unless proven otherwise from sources other than the AmeriKan jew$media.
"Tuesday’s ceremonies come as Charlie Hebdo is releasing a special anniversary issue laced with obscene and offensive cartoons, its surviving artists and columnists vaunting their freedom to lampoon everyone from Muslim fundamentalists to children, politicians, and Catholic priests."
And with that, my clip for the day is empty.
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