May 31st, 2011

Tucson Interview of Jose Guerena Coworker at Memorial Day OathKeeper Event

Ed Vallejo of Phoenix captured this interview at the Memorial Day event in Tucson.

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3 Responses to “Tucson Interview of Jose Guerena Coworker at Memorial Day OathKeeper Event”

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    ThePreacher Says:

    We can expect a lot more of this, now that the patriot act has been extended 4 years. Its sad that “to Protect and Serve” is now “To Kill and Destroy”. They killed the man and destroyed his family.
    We continue to pay the taxes that bought the firearms and employed the officers that killed this man.
    We are paying them daily to destroy our country, and that is a fact.

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    Roger Erwin Evans Says:

    Please fwd any and all info of what/who you have here in Kansas. What can I do to help. I just watched the video of the Arizona event and am appalled by the arrogance of the sheriff’s dept. The officers there, I feel need to understand that the People they are sworn to protect are not the enemy… Oath Keepers seems to be just the origination to do so…..

    As a side thought when I was in the U.S. Army many years ago as SOP we used IFF;
    Identify Friend or Foe; I know not about Marine tactics but, I would be willing to bet that Jose’s just coming out of combat identified the officers coming through the door as “friend” and held held his fire…….. What the hell is wrong with this picture…. I do not know Jose, however, I seriously doubt that he would make a remark to what he thought was a friend, “I have something for you”. I would be very Curious as to how many round Jose fired? If any at all!

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    OnceASoldier Says:

    To answer your question, he never took his weapon off safe. The Sheriff’s Department first claimed that he greeted them with a “hail of bullets” and that if they didn’t have their bulletproof shields that they might have died – which of course was a complete lie. All pretty much par for the course these days. People say there are “good” cops, but I have to think that if there *were* good cops, they’d be arresting the bad ones. I guess they really don’t care how the public views them.

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