- How have we come down to
this? It did not happen overnight, and this has been the result of decades
of extreme-right-wing views of the role of "law-enforcement"
polices throughout this country. The very first problem with the entire
concept stems from the definition of "law·en·force·ment."
The term infers that there are laws that need to be enforced; but the fact
is there are no longer any "laws" that govern the behavior of
those in uniform.
- This is how we have apparently become unwilling participants
in this massive crime against the rights and responsibilities of everyone
in this country; from the citizens that are the victims to the thugs that
are illegally making these arrests; Tasering and sometimes torturing people-as
well as those who are murdered by those same people that are armed, supposedly,
to protect the same people that the uniformed law-enforcers are now making
- When I was as consultant to the California Department
of Justice in the late nineteen-seventies the mood among a great many "officers"
was that police in California were being restricted far-too-much by having
to Mirandize suspects: Because this limited what police could do to "catch-the-bad-guys."
- In fact these same lazy, bull-headed cops were adamant
that there should be no restrictions upon whatever they might want to do
to get "confessions" from those they had decided were criminals.
In this process the first, fourth and fifth amendments were considered
to be counter-productive to "good-police-work (i.e. cops needed a
blank check, including beating confessions out of suspects). After Death-Squad-Reagan
became president these efforts began to be seen as much more desirable
than they ever-had been before. Of course after 911 these criminally-open-ended
policing polices became defacto law. And the result of these miscarriages
of actual justice are now the law of the land: All of which are heavily
buried under many layers of false-flag national-security and STATE Security
requirements which is how America has come to find itself in the crosshairs
of police weapons for the slightest infractions on so very many different
- This brings us to the latest version of lawless-behavior
by a SWAT TEAM in Tucson, Arizona. This nameless and faceless "TEAM"
murdered an ex-marine in his own home, with 71 shots which were fired at
him without reason: and basically without warning. All the members of this
TEAM should be profiled in the local papers, with their pictures and home
addresses published, along with the records of their entire-service to
the despicable Tucson Police Department that routinely utilizes their illegal-services
(murder-for-hire). If Tucson cops were any-good at their so-called jobs
then the number of home-invasions would not be the problem that they definitely
- May 12, 2011 "LR" -- Jose Guerena survived
two combat tours of Iraq, only to become a casualty of the Regime's longest
war - the one waged against its domestic subjects in the name of drug prohibition.
The former Marine was slaughtered by a SWAT team during a May 5 assault
on his home in Arizona.
- Guerena's wife, Vanessa, heard a noise outside the couple's
home near Tucson at about 9 a.m. Jose, who had just gone to bed after pulling
a 12-hour shift at the Asarco Mine, suspected - correctly, as it turned
out - that his family was threatened by an armed criminal gang. Grabbing
his AR-15, Guerena instructed his wife and four-year-old son to hide in
the closet while he confronted the intruders. According to Mrs. Guerena,
the stormtroopers from the Pima County Regional SWAT team never identified
themselves as police; they simply stormed into the home and started shooting.
- "I saw this guy pointing me at the window, Vanessa
recalled in a television interview. "So, I got scared. And, I got
like, 'Please don't shoot, I have a baby.' I put my baby [down]. [And I]
put bag in window. And, I yell 'Jose! Jose! Wake up!'"
- "A deputy's bullet struck the side of the doorway,
causing chips of wood to fall on his shield," recounts the Arizona
Daily Star, paraphrasing an account provided by Pima County Sheriff's Office
(PCSO) functionary Michael O'Connor. "That prompted some members of
the team to think the deputy had been shot." Guerena never fired a
shot; the marauders who invaded his home fired no fewer than seventy-one.
As is standard procedure in such events, the invaders claimed that Guerena
had fired on the officers, as he had every moral and legal right to.
- Neither Jose nor his wife had a criminal history of any
kind. The attack on their home was described as a narcotics enforcement
operation, but there are no reports that narcotics were found at the residence
- even though the invaders reportedly "seized" (that is,
stole) something that belonged to the victim." (1)
- Whatever garbage was 'gleaned' from this attack that
involved victims from four different homes that morning; must become public
knowledge; so that the public can determine if this death sentence was
warranted. As the "officers" were invading this man's home; the
burden of PROOF that apparently justified this callous MURDER needs to
be proven, beyond the shadow of any doubt! The "officers-involved"
need to be immediately suspended and their pay frozen pending a full and
open public-investigation of everyone from the Commander of that unit all
the way down to and including whatever supposed "intelligence"
there might have been that justified this irreversible action that resulted
in the DEATH of the "SUSPECT." The judges that issued the warrants,
the departments of the government that were behind the orders issued to
the SWAT TEAM; in sum everyone and everything involved here ought to become
part of this public-investigation. If there were any "justice"
these so-called "officers" would be FIRED immediately and then
investigated: IF that is, they were being judged the same way that their
VICTIM was treated in this instance!
- "The Pima County Regional SWAT team fired 71 shots
in seven seconds at a Tucson man they say pointed a gun at officers serving
a search warrant at his home.
- Jose Guerena, 26, a former Marine who served in Iraq
twice, was holding an AR-15 rifle when he was killed, but he never fired
a shot, the Sheriff's Department said Monday after initially saying he
had fired on officers during last week's raid. Six days after Guerena was
shot, few details about the investigation that brought the SWAT team to
the southwest-side home Guerena shared with his wife and their two young
sons are known. Guerena's role in the narcotics investigation is unclear
and deputies would not comment on what was seized from his home. Three
other homes within a quarter of a mile from Guerena's house, were served
search warrants related to the investigation that morning. The addresses
and the names of people who live in the other homes have not been made
- Is the USA now nothing but a holding-pen for unnamed
suspects that can be murdered at random; if so, then we need to know that!
That is what 'we have all been' since George W. Bush began spying on US
citizens seven months before 911 happened. We have no rights, and we have
now way to question, to challenge or to confront these animals in uniform:
And everyday our ability to deal legally with these out-of-control-uniformed-outlaws
is diminished. It is amazing that most of these creatures probably need
to use their own fingers to be able to count to ten; and anything over
that presents a problem. The US is drafting troops from our wars overseas,
straight into police-departments here, without any police-training and
putting them in the field as if the people they confront here are no different
than those they were murdering routinely overseas. Maybe that's why this
RAID looked more like a night-raid in Baghdad than a SWAT-TEAM 'action'
in Tucson? This is producing time-bombs that cannot continue in a holding
pattern for much longer. . .
- If this situation is not directly and publicly addressed
then things like Vigilantism could well begin to make a comeback among
the population. Because no people can be targeted as we have been TARGETED,
for very long without producing an equal and opposite REACTION to these
illegal and outrageous behaviors by those that are supposed to protect
the public and not simply brutalize and murder us. Apparently no response
to these POLICE-STATE tactics was ever contemplated by those dark-forces
that have instituted these illegal polices: However there will be a spontaneous
public BACKLASH, and the only questions will be When and Where: NOT IF.
- Seventy-one shots and although 'The TARGET" was
armed, and combat-trained, his weapon while fully loaded was still on SAFETY,
and he did not fire a single shot! He had just gone to sleep after working
a twelve-hour shift overnight, and he was suddenly awakened to this nightmare.
The house was darkened (that helps if you're trying to sleep) but to the
invaders this was suspicious, and just seemed to confirm that something
illegal was going on). No one in this criminal murder has even asked things
- "What happened to 'the presumption of
- So Jose Guerena was murdered at home, in front of his
wife and one of their children. (His wife was never referred to as his
wife officially she was just the unidentified woman). So, unless
you like living in Baghdad or Kabul, you need to begin to DEMAND ANSWERS
to the questions that at this moment, WE, as American-Victims of POLICE-STATE-INSECURITY
are not allowed to ever-ask!
- Whatever else happened in Tucson, Arizona these uniformed
thugs MURDERED Jose Guerena; and his murders MUST be TRIED in Open Court!
- 1) He Served the Empire Abroad: The Regime Killed Him
in His Home
- 2) SWAT Team Fired 71 shots in Raid