March 4, 2012
HARBOR CITY — Riding your bike and minding your own business is now legal justification for summary execution of Americans in the eyes of Los Angeles, California police.
The latest murder of an American under color of state law happened in the Harbor City area of Los Angeles around 10:30 p.m. Friday night. LAPD spokescop Gerry Davila says 24-year-old Mr. Julien Gonzalez was riding his bike near Lomita Boulevard and Normandie when police decided to do a “routine stop of a gang member.” This is the language police departments across the USA use for random harassment of residents who are not of European descent.
Police then say Mr. Gonzalez “pointed a gun” at the “officer” participating in the harassment. This, police say, prompted the cop to fire several bullets at the young man, killing him instantly. The killer’s name is being protected by the City of Los Angeles as of now, but he was in fact rewarded for the murder with a paid vacation, aka “paid administrative leave.”
Watch a report from CBS Channel 2 in Los Angeles.
If LAPD is being truthful about that happened (which must be taken with a grain of salt), American police have once again criminalized and murdered a resident for exercising his unalienable rights to bear arms and protect himself. If Mr. Gonzalez was not armed, a police department has once again placed an arbitrary label (“gang member”) on a young man, which they use to justify summary execution in the eyes of media and the blood-thirsty American public. It is unclear whether or not Mr. Gonzalez was wearing a t-shirt that said “gang member” on it, as again, this is the reason LAPD gave for harassing and murdering a man riding his bike. All Americans, especially Latinos (who are viewed as “aliens” by many European Americans) and “blacks” (who are viewed as “niggers”) must be pro-active when encountering government henchmen who are rewarded with paid vacations for killing and assaulting people.
We’ve been told Mr. Gonzalez’s family gathered around the murder scene from about 11 p.m. – 6 a.m. Saturday, as the young man’s bullet-riddled body laid on the ground untouched for hours. Mr. Henry Garcia Gonzalez said, via Facebook, “let me save everyone the suspense: the man was not armed, and [was] shot in the back.” Mr. Danny Leeder, a high school friend of Mr. Gonzalez, said via Facebook, “I really could not see him doing anything to get himself shot at.”
We will update this story if we learn more. Our thoughts are with the Gonzalez family.