Got quiet around here, didn’t it? Sorry about that. We’ll aim to rectify that deplorable situation tout suite.
Further on the government murder of Jose Guerena, we learn this interesting little bit about the “search warrant” that the Pima Co. Mall Ninjas used as cover for gunning down a Marine in his own home:
The search warrant was not directed at any particular person, and Guerena’s name was not mentioned, but it was targeting whoever might be inside the residence, Storie said.
Storie is the lickspittle, bottom-feeding goon helping Pima Co. and Sheriff Nudnik cover their arses, and he probably missed a golden opportunity to shut the fuck up, right there. Look at how he describes the “search warrant”, then let’s review the 4th Amendment right quick:
…no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized
Did the Pima Co.
license to commit murder “search warrant” particularly describe the persons or things to be seized? Not according to the gummint fuckhead defending them, as a matter of fact he specifically stated that it did not, but that but maybe he’s just trying to make his own case look bad. Right.
“But”, I hear you say, “wouldn’t that mean the ‘warrant’ was a direct violation of the Constitution?”
Why yes, yes it would.
Watching the SS stormtroopers of Pima Co. trying to cover their arses is like watching a monkey fucking a football. A very slippery football, that is.
But hey, we’re supposed to believe everything that Sheriff Nudnik and his team of murderous morons say and not a single word of what the victim’s side says.
After all, that’s how “presumption of innocence” works, isn’t it?
Hang the whole fucking sorry lot of them and leave the carcasses out to rot.
(H/t Pro Libertate, and do do yourselves the favor of reading the whole thing. Just make sure nothing throwable is within reach when you do).