by Brian A. Wilkins
January 29, 2012 (links and videos updated December 30, 2018)
In yet another example as to why Americans should never call police for anything, a man is now dead for being drunk and having a knife in his hand.
The murder occurred late Friday night in the town of Fairview, Oregon – about 15 miles east of Portland. Ms. Sandra Kelly had called police because her son, 37-year-old Larry McKinney, was drunk and she wanted him to leave. Fairview Police said when they arrived, Mr. McKinney “attacked” one of the “officers” with a knife and/or the “officers felt threatened,” which prompted the police thugs to fire three bullets, killing him instantly. The cops, of course, were rewarded with a paid vacation, aka “paid administrative leave.”
Watch a report from KGW Newchannel 8 in Portland.
As you heard in the video, the tale Fairview Police are telling (not surprisingly) is false. Ms. Kelley said her son did in fact have a knife in his hand, but the police thugs opened fire on him seconds after arriving. The cops also shoved Ms. Kelley, 60, down to the ground after her son was dead. Gerald Kelley, who is Mr. McKinney’s uncle and who was also inside the apartment, gave an identical account of the murder as Ms. Kelley’s. Fairview Police are so far protecting the names of the murderers and state-run media outlets are emphasizing a “prior criminal record” of Mr. McKinney to justify the murder.
“Authorties” are expected to give a press conference sometime tomorrow, which they will praise the “officers’ bravery” and provide plenty of erection material for the cop-sucking, blood-thirsty community of America. The comments on the KATU Channel 2 coverage this Oregon television station’s coverage of the murder gives a thorough, yet sickening reality as to the mentality of many (and maybe most) Americans when it comes to police and military slaughtering anybody they wish. The story is now archived on the site, but you can imagine: “the POS deserved it,” “well done officers,” etc.
Mr. McKinney is survived by his three young children, who will now grow up without a father. Our thoughts are with Mr. McKinney’s family.