February 28, 2012
Another American citizen was murdered in cold blood under color of state law, this time for being the passenger in a car which had a pellet gun on the floor.
The murder happened this past Sunday night around 10:30 p.m. in the Berkeley neighborhood of North Denver. The Adams County Sheriff’s Office said they pulled over an SUV with four passengers, after the driver had made an illegal U-turn. According to the police, they questioned passenger Mr. Tim Collins after running his identification and discovering misdemeanor warrants. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the case of Brown v. Texas, in 1979, that police violate the Fourth Amendment when they obtain identification from Americans (passengers in cars) without a reasonable suspicion of a crime being committed by them.
Police say one of the cops on the scene yelled “gun, gun.” According to police, Mr. Don Cambron, 40, who was sitting in the backseat of the SUV, “lunged towards” the pellet gun they saw on the floor. This prompted one of the cops to shoot Mr. Cambron, a father of five with three grandchildren, killing him instantly. The cops were of course rewarded with a paid vacation, aka “paid administrative leave.”
Watch a report from NBC 9 News in Denver.
Of course the truth comes out once witnesses are interviewed in cases which government agents murder American citizens. Mr. Collins said Mr. Cambron had his hands in the air and could see both of his palms when the cop opened fire. Regardless, even if the pellet gun had been a real gun, not only does the 2nd Amendment guarantee Americans the right to bear arms, but the State of Colorado is an open-carry state. The kangaroo “investigation” is being handled by the Adams County Critical Incident team. We expect the inevitable “justified” disposition within a few months.
The murder of Mr. Cambron is yet another warning to Americans: police know they can get paid vacations by killing you and will do it, knowing the worst thing that can possibly happen to them is involuntary manslaughter charges (and that is even rare). Police in all jurisdictions must be looked at as Constitutionally-Protected (COP) gangsters who will kill, will lie and will get paid for doing it. We must be vigilant in this age of murder under color of state law, especially when Americans’ right to bear arms is now considered instant justification for police to murder.
Our thoughts are with the family and friends of Mr. Cambron.