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September 8, 2010

Chaos After Cop Dares Shoot Drunken Knife-Wielding Reconquistador

Posted by Dave Blount at September 8, 2010 10:50 AM

Here's a preview of what the Southwest will look like if Barack Obama, Robert Rodriguez, et al. succeed in their objective of radicalizing the Hispanic illegal aliens who continue to inundate the region:

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Police Chief Charlie Beck pleaded for calm and vowed his department would conduct an exhaustive investigation into a bicycle officer's fatal shooting of a drunken day laborer with a knife.
But his words did little to dissuade demonstrators, who spilled into the streets for a second straight night Tuesday — some to pray and light candles and others to pelt a police station near downtown Los Angeles with eggs, rocks and bottles.

Twenty-two arrests were made last night. On Monday, four were arrested for inciting a riot and throwing rocks and bottles at police. Here's what got the colonists riled up:

Guatemalan immigrant Manuel Jamines, 37, was shot twice by a police officer Sunday afternoon near MacArthur Park, a poor neighborhood packed with recent immigrants from Central America. …
Beck said the incident involving Jamines started when someone flagged down three bicycle officers to tell them a man was threatening people with a knife.
The officers approached the suspect and told him in Spanish and English to put down the weapon. Instead, Jamines raised the knife above his head and lunged at Officer Frank Hernandez, a 13-year veteran of the department, Beck said.
Eyewitness accounts from six civilians, nine police personnel and two fire department staff indicate Hernandez fired twice "in immediate defense of life," Beck said. Jamines, 37, died at the scene.
Investigators recovered a bloody, 6-inch knife at the scene but didn't know where the blood came from.

No doubt everything would have been fine if Officer Hernandez had just given Jamines a hug.

"The officer who did this should be subject to discipline and a thorough investigation," said Juan Flores, 39, a cook at a downtown restaurant who knew Jamines.

Sure enough, Hernandez is under investigation for protecting the public from a maniac.

Pouring in by the millions.

On a tip from Wiggins.