[Warning Graphic Content] Deputy Shoots Suspect Armed With Meat Cleaver In Riverside County California
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This is yet another example of a suspect over-reacting to a simple command given by a police officer, it just didn’t have to happen with anybody getting shot. I believe that the suspect in this case had a death wish, all he had to do was obey the officer and he would be alive right now, he chose not to and that decision cost him his life.
Depending on which news source you follow, I’m sure the mainstream media would place the blame on the officer, but there’s not one part of me that believes that he wanted to shoot anyone during his shift that particular day.
These brave men and women who are the first line of defense in the onslaught of crime that has gripped this country, place their lives on the line every single day. And I’m pretty sure they don’t wake up in the morning with plans to shoot anybody, all they want to do is complete their shift and go home alive.
If left-wing district attorneys would simply prosecute crime instead of releasing violent offenders back onto our streets, I guarantee things would be different in America.
Here is a description of what you’ll see and hear in the video below:
Riverside County, California — On Saturday, November 12, 2022, about 3:30 PM, a deputy from the Cabazon Sheriff’s Station conducted a traffic enforcement stop of a male suspect on Carmen Avenue west of Rafael Street in Cabazon.
The suspect, 38-year-old Wallis Kenneth Scott, was riding a bicycle on the wrong side of the street and known to have a felony arrest warrant for a violation of parole.
Scott was uncooperative with the deputy and attempted to flee the scene on his bicycle. The deputy tried to detain Scott, but Scott removed a large knife from his pocket and a deputy involved shooting occurred.
Scott was shot and fell to the ground. After Scott was shot, the deputy rendered aid and medical personnel were called. Paramedics from Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department arrived at the location and pronounced Scott deceased at the scene.
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H/T – PoliceActivity
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