7-Year-Old Girl Murdered By Detroit Police Wildly Shooting While Raiding A House Full Of Children…
The Detroit police department shot and killed little 7-year-old Aiyana Jones while she slept comfortably under a Disney princess blanket, on the living room sofa.(VIDEO)
[picapp align=”right” wrap=”true” link=”term=detroit+police&iid=7113853″ src=”f/b/d/e/Detroit_Mayor_Kwame_063c.jpg?adImageId=12890603&imageId=7113853″ width=”234″ height=”209″ /]Assistant Police Chief Ralph Godbee said that Aiyana Jones was hit in the neck by a bullet and died at a hospital. The cause of her death was due to a violent police raid on her house.
By all reports, the police stormed the house,because they were in search of a homicide suspect in the killing of 17-year-old Jerean Baker on Friday. The suspect was not in Aiyana’s residence, and did not live there.(SOURCE)
In fact, the Police eventually found the 34-year-old slaying suspect they were looking for during a search of the building, Godbee said, after little Aiyana had been murdered by them.
The officers had a search warrant, not a death warrant, mind you, when they entered the house at 12:40 am Sunday morning.At first they threw several flash-band devices into the house,and then they rushed in, guns pointed,and fingers on the trigger.
Aiyana’s grandmother, did what mothers do…she immediately suspected a home invasion robbery, and heroically put her own life in jeopardy in the defense of her house hold, and her grandbabies, as she physically tried to ward off the invading strangers, who had not clearly identified themselves.
It is called a Mother’s Instinct, and is scientifically recognized in all humans and animal species.
Aiyana’s grandmother Mertilla Jones stated to the press….”I (saw) the light go out of her eyes,” said Jones, 47, who had been questioned by police and released. “They killed my grand baby.”
…Correction,..they murdered your grand baby!!!
For the record, Mertilla Jones (Aiyana’s grandmother), denies being in a scuffle with the officer.
To add insult to injury, Aiyana’s father, Charles Jones,25, said he had to wait for hours to find out what happened to his daughter.
“Her blood was everywhere and I was trying to stay calm, but nobody would talk to me. None of them even tried to console me,” Jones told The Detroit News.(SOURCE)
This is something that happens all too often in the inner-city. It is widely known that home invasion robberies are a popular crime in the inner-city, so most of us that live in that atmosphere, are somewhat prepared to defend our family, and property from violent home invaders.
The problem that the police have to take responsibility for, is that,in any situation where a warrant is being served, high risk or not, they must take every professional precaution to make sure that during such raids,they have clearly identified themselves, as well as present a copy of the warrant to the occupants, and then conduct their search.[picapp align=”left” wrap=”true” link=”term=police+memorial&iid=8819842″ src=”a/3/7/d/President_Obama_speaks_a8b6.JPG?adImageId=12890635&imageId=8819842″ width=”234″ height=”154″ /]
When they do not, and carelessly enter a residence with flash grenades,especially when the occupants have not shown any resistance, then this type of murder typically will be the result.
If possible, put yourself in the shoes of Aiyana’s grandmother.We all have a Constitutional right to defend our homes, and if she did not know what was going on,she obviously would not hesitate to protect her family.
We still have that right here in America.
The police apologist have circled their wagons, and are mounting a public relations campaign in the press, to blame the killing of little Aiyana on the actions of the grandmother.
The police know that the life of a black child is not held in the same regard as the life of a little white girl, so they are banking on the fact that American’s are predisposed to blame the police murders of black people on black people.
The Detroit police department has black leadership, and they should know better, and they all should be ashamed.
There only hope is the fact that there was no recording of the murder, so, as in most police brutality cases that do not have a videotape recording of the police assault,as in the case of Phoenix Arizona cop Brian Authement….they generally get away with it, and determine via their own internal investigation by fellow police officers, to be a…
…justifiable shooting, and just an unfortunate accident.
What do you think?
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