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obaminated
Member
Mon Jan 28 18:53:59
Narcotic raid results in 5 cops dead, 1 or 2 criminals dead and another one apparently preparing for a siege. I'm going with illegal Mexicans.
obaminated
Member
Mon Jan 28 19:01:03
5 cops shot*** none are dead yet
Pillz
Member
Mon Jan 28 21:10:17
Only black people have aim that bad.

Mexicans know how to kill cops
Dukhat
Member
Tue Jan 29 00:29:20
Mexicans know how to kill cops when they're in Mexico. In America, they know better and just try and run away which they are excellent at.
FREAK NATION
Member
Tue Jan 29 05:09:36

>>>----------->

http://www...houston-shooting-officials-say
"One of the officers suffered a knee injury"
Paramount
Member
Tue Jan 29 06:11:44
Is that an arrow?
patom
Member
Tue Jan 29 06:31:13
"Wounded knee"!!!!! I got it. RRRRRRR Humor!!
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Tue Jan 29 11:18:20
suspects identified

a surprise in age & gender:

Rhogena Nicholas, 58
Dennis Tuttle, 59

photos:
http://pbs.twimg.com/media/DyF2IiDUwAAJnxS.jpg
obaminated
Member
Tue Jan 29 11:20:24
white trash tweekers, crazy.
Sam Adams
Member
Tue Jan 29 13:07:28
I would have guessed mexican.
Forwyn
Member
Wed Jan 30 10:24:46
lolz. Kick in a door looking for "black tar heroin", get owned by a .357, find no heroin
hood
Member
Wed Jan 30 11:07:47
My guess woulda been white. Woo!
Forwyn
Member
Thu Jan 31 05:19:21
HOUSTON - The Houston Police Department position is clear: 7800 Harding St. was a drug house where black tar heroin was sold -- and where the homeowner opened fire on, and injured, several undercover officers on Monday.

But something doesn't add up for those who know the neighborhood and knew the suspects best.

Robert Antu moved across the street from Dennis Tuttle about 30 years ago, before he was married, and considered Tuttle a dear friend.

"If he would have known it was police, he would have never shot," Antu said. "No way. He obeyed the law. I tell you, he was a straight-up guy."

Houston police said Tuttle emerged from a back room of the house and shot four undercover officers after they broke open his front door and shot and killed his pit bull that had charged at them.

The officers returned fire, killing Tuttle and his wife, Rhogena Nicholas, who police said approached an officer during the shootout and reached for his weapon.

"(Nicholas) called me and she told me that she loved me" the morning before the shooting, said neighbor Esmerelda Becerra said, nearly in tears.

Both women had cancer and were friends for 21 years, Becerra said.

"Do you know how I felt?" said Becerra, crying. "There's no more tears in me. I went over there to go leave flowers. I almost fainted."

"They didn't deal drugs from out of that house," said another neighbor, who grew up with Tuttle and Nicholas. "They're not those type of people."

In a search of the house after the shootout, Houston police found marijuana, an unknown white powdery substance, several shotguns and a rifle.

Tuttle was once a Marine who struggled with a variety of physical and mental health issues, many neighbors and Tuttle's sister said.

"I want to say that our prayers are with the officers and their families who were affected," said Elizabeth Ferrari, Tuttle's sister.

She drove down from the Dallas area after she heard the news.

"It’s a very tough situation," Ferrari said. "I do not know any details other than I came here hoping that it was incorrect."
Forwyn
Member
Thu Jan 31 05:19:38
http://www...pset-after-deadly-hpd-shootout
hood
Member
Thu Jan 31 09:20:57
The "he was a good boy, he dindu nuffin" stories should be taken with a grain of salt.

Plainclothes thugs breaking into your house, however, fuck those pricks.
Forwyn
Member
Thu Jan 31 11:11:29
Seems about 50/50 now, maybe more. Honorably discharged vet, married to his wife for 20 years, she had cancer, cops only found pot + some "mysterious white powder". No black tar heroin.

Gonna laugh cynically if this was a case of wrong address. Don't think HPD will admit it though, not with 4 cops shot.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Thu Jan 31 13:05:53
plain clothes raids shouldn't be a thing

judging from other videos they all shout 'police'/'search warrant' over each other so gets garbled

they should also have a designated shouter
Forwyn
Member
Thu Jan 31 13:07:43
RABBLE RABBLE RABBLE

*shoots dog*

*Whines and cries and bitches and moans on national TV about target on backs after homeowner shoots back*
Pillz
Member
Thu Jan 31 13:34:44
Castle law should apply to pigs
Sam Adams
Member
Thu Jan 31 17:22:05
Ya home raids should only be used on real criminals, not reported drug dealers.
hood
Member
Thu Jan 31 17:31:34
""Wounded knee"!!!!! I got it. RRRRRRR Humor!!"

I missed this from earlier.

No, patom. No.
kargen
Member
Thu Jan 31 18:09:39
I used to be an adventurer like you, but then I took an arrow to the knee.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Sat Feb 16 11:41:11
uh oh


HOUSTON (AP) — A lead investigator lied in an affidavit justifying a drug raid on a Houston home in which two residents were killed and four undercover officers were shot and wounded during a gun battle, the city’s police chief said Friday.

In the search warrant that was used to justify entering the home, officers with the Houston Police Department’s narcotics unit had alleged that a confidential informant had bought heroin at the house the day before the Jan. 28 raid. The informant had also allegedly seen a handgun in the home.

But according to an affidavit filed as part of the ongoing investigation into the raid and made public Friday, the informant told investigators he or she had not bought any drugs at the home and had not been involved in any work leading up to the raid.

The heroin allegedly bought at the home had been obtained elsewhere, according to the affidavit.


Investigators also spoke with several other informants who had previously worked with Goines and all said they had not bought drugs at the home, according to the affidavit.

After the raid, police said they found several firearms at the home, along with marijuana and cocaine but no heroin.

Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo said the ongoing investigation into the drug raid appears to have uncovered “some untruths or lies” in the search warrant. He called this “unacceptable.”

“When we prepare a document to go into somebody’s home ... it has to be truthful, it has to be honest, it has to be absolutely factual,” Acevedo said. “So, we know already there’s a crime that’s been committed. A high probability there will be a criminal charge.”


Authorities still believe Tuttle and Nicholas were involved in criminal activity, but Acevedo said the case now is undermined.

(full story):
http://www...vit_n_5c68159ae4b05c889d1fba04

TLDR: no one said they bought heroin at the house... unclear to me why raided (beyond that last paragraph up there w/ low info)
Forwyn
Member
Sat Feb 16 13:22:08
Lulz. HPD murdered cop-loving vet and his cancer-ridden wife over fake affidavit then had their union pres go on live TV and call the victims dirtbags.

Nice
Rugian
Member
Sat Feb 16 14:38:47
@JoeGamaldi

Joe Gamaldi Retweeted ABC13 Houston

These are the dirtbags that tried to murder 5 Houston police officers, thankfully our officers survived the heinous attack. The violence against law enforcement in this country needs to end. #EnoughisEnough

http://twitter.com/JoeGamaldi/status/1090318668649648131

This didn't age well.
Paramount
Member
Sat Feb 16 14:59:13
The police is now going to kill all of you:


After 4 Cops Shot in Houston, Police Promise to Go After and ‘Track’ Those Who Criticize Police

"We’re going to be keeping track of all of you, and we’re going to make sure that we hold you accountable every time you stir the pot on our police officers."

http://the...ce-officers-shot-track-police/
Forwyn
Member
Sat Feb 16 15:41:52
Fry these fuckers. Two counts of capital murder

http://www...avit-confidential-13620120.php

"When detectives talked to the informants, both said they'd worked for Goines but never purchased drugs at the 7815 Harding home where Tuttle and Nicholas were killed. Investigators then got a full list of Goines' confidential informants, and they all denied making a buy at the Tuttle house or ever purchasing narcotics from Nicholas or Tuttle.

Bryant told investigators he had retrieved two bags of heroin from the center console of Goines' police car at the instruction of another officer. That was not consistent with the affidavit used to obtain the warrant for the Jan. 28 raid, which said Bryant identified heroin brought out of the house. Though he took the two bags of drugs for testing to determine that they were heroin, Bryant eventually said he had never seen the narcotics in question before retrieving them from the car."
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Sat Feb 16 17:55:39
so the dirtbags stored their heroin right in a cop's car! diabolical
Pillz
Member
Sat Feb 16 18:06:48
Lol

Shit hole
obaminated
Member
Sat Feb 16 20:33:25
So was this raid conducted because the detectives needed to hit a quota for the month of january?
Pillz
Member
Sat Feb 16 21:01:50
Maybe they needed to explain payment to informants aka hookers
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