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Trigger happy cop?..[video=youtube;tJQNBclpnrE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJQNBclpnrE[/video]
I like your style
I guess when a cop yells "hand up I will shoot you" you should listen.
very sad. the guy had a thin girlfriend.
A parolee who was getting his life together . What a terrible lose for society.
One less Obama voter...
i bet ebt you he still votes in 2016
[h=1]Manteca’s Ernest Duenez Jr. Death: Justice Finally Served Right[/h] by Maria Sanchez on December 19, 2012
The event happened on June 8th, 2011 but it was only a week ago that the San Joaquin County District Attorney office cleared any wrongdoings of Manteca Police Officer, John Moody in the killing of known gangbanger and ex-convict Ernest Duenez Jr.
Duenez was a wanted parolee for various gruesome crimes. He has been convicted of the following:
Possession of controlled substances
Possession of stolen vehicles
Felony for evading arrest
Assault with a deadly weapon
Duenez was no model citizen but rather another gang-banging scum on this Earth.
The incident occurred around 6:42pm and it happened quickly. Moody was able to catch Duenez and his party driving onto the driveway. The officer called out Duenez to have his hands up in the air.
Moody yelled, “Hands up! Hands up, Ernie! Don’t you move! Or I will shoot you! Hands up now! Drop the knife now!”
Instead of obeying the officer, Duenez jumped out of the truck, looked at the officer and started to hop and was seen lounging for something in the vehicle. As an officer, you must expect the worst. The officer assumed it was a knife so he did what was best in the situation and shot down Duenez.
Thirteen shots and 4.2 seconds later, Duenez is on the ground, dead from his gunshot wounds as his girlfriend stood over the motionless body.
Moody’s act was well-justified. He did what was needed and we all should applaud him for protecting people from further harm and crimes by Duenez.
However, unsurprisingly the Duenez family disagrees and has hired well-known civil rights attorney John Burris to represent the $34 million case against Manteca police. The family claimed that he had his foot caught in the seat belt. However, the DA office has found that there was indeed a knife present and Moody did what was necessary.
What a great way to start my day. Zipidy doo da, zipidyeeay, my oh my what a wonderful day....
I give this video a solid noyne. I'm deducting a point because he probably could have shot the girlfriend and gotten away with it. Certainly he could have gotten away with a leg warmer.
when a police officer addresses you by your first name and threatens to kill you, he probably intends to kill you
Don't be loungin' when you po da be havin' yo hans up.
He had an arrest warrant for him. Duenez had tested positive for narcotics (he was on parole) and his wife called about a domestic dispute earlier that day. So the cop was waiting for him to come back to his home so he could arrest him.
I'm not defending the cop's actions, just explaining why he knew his name and was there in the first place.
his future victims are grateful
That cop could've handled the situation a whole lot better.
He should have had his weapon drawn as he was saying he was going to shoot. He also should've been looking to protect himself first by using the truck as a shield instead of exposing himself.
A shooting was justified in this instance, however 13 shots seems to be a bit much, but when someone is shitting their pants the adrenaline takes over.
The family might get a few bucks out of this.
On two different occasions the police pulled out their guns on me. I did not move a fucking muscle and did exactly what they
said. This was NYC 1980s.