February 14, 2014

SWAT Team Kills 80 Year Old Retired Engineer in Bed During Raid For ...
An 80 year old man was shot and killed by police officers after they thought we was cooking meth in his home.  The elderly mans name is Eugene Mallort, a retired engineer living in rural the fringes of Los Angeles County.

L.A. County sheriff's deputies busted into Mr. Mallort's front door because Patrick Hobbs a narcotics expert "smelled the strong odor of chemicals" coming from the home.

After the deputies stormed in, they saw Mr. Mallort walking down the hall with a gun and Sgt. John Bones said he told Mr. Mallort to drop his gun but he refused and they shot him.  Shortly after the deputies changed their story because blood was found next to the bed, which indicates he was in bed at the time he was shot.

When the audio tapes of the shooting were released it clearly showed they shot Mr. Mallort before asking him to drop the gun.  In total six shots were fired. Mr. Mallory's gun was still on the night stand with no bullets fired.

Mr. Mallort's widow is now filing a wrong death suit against the L.A. County Deputies Office.

The Police State goes marching on.


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