Posted by copwatch | Sat, 08/21/2010 - 11:13pm story
http://redwoodcurtaincopwatch.net/node/536 : Another Person Growing Marijuana Shot Dead by Mendocino Sheriff’s on August 18, 2010
Although, the Mendocino Sheriff's Department and the cop-complicit media continue to write about how the man who was killed and the other non-officers in this situation brandished weapons, "returned fire", etc, NO OFFICERS WERE INJURED. Isn't that always the case? The cops talk about how violent everyone else was, how in danger they were- but the only injured and killed people end up being the result of violence from the cops.
This is the second killing by Mendocino Sheriff Deputies over marijuana in a month!!
Posted by copwatch | Sat, 09/11/2010 - 9:06pm story
Mariano is my husband. He is the father of my 1 year old son, who celebrated his 1st birthday 4 days before his father was brutally and wrongfully killed. We have been together for 2 1/2 years and he is the gentlest, kindest, most peaceful and loving man I have ever known. I believe that what Sheriffs reports are saying is a bunch of lies. I dont understand how this happened. I have many doubts in my mind and mostly my heart around everything that has to do with my husband's killing. He was shot probably 8 or more times, in the legs, the stomach, his leg and arm were broken and to finish him off I guess, they shot him in the back, but not straight on, sideways, the bullet severed his spinal column and broke his back. I already have an excellent lawyer and I have just arrived back in the states after a two week stay in Mexico. I helped return him to the land where he was born to bury his lifeless body. A wish he had expressed to me a year before. This can't keep on like this. People being killed because they are here yes, illegally, but most are here to work and to try and make a life for themselves and their families.
There are many people who have been killed by police.
Only some of the local victims of police murder are discussed below. These are the names of some people who are not (yet).
Angel Farias Hernandez Daniel Sylvester David Sequioa Eloy Infante-Toscano
Gabriel Muldenado James "Hans" Peters Jonni Honda Mariano Lopez Fernandez
Click on names in large green letters to read more.