Leaked documents expose real story of botched raid.

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  1. grasshopperglock

    grasshopperglock Can You Dig It?

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    http://thefreethoughtproject.com/leaked-documents-marvin-guy-killed-cop/


    As we have faithfully reported on numerous occasions, a man named Marvin Louis Guy sits in a jail cell in Killeen, Texas, awaiting trial for killing a police officer. Arguably, however, the police officer, Charles “Chuck” Dinwiddie, a beloved member of the Killeen Police Department, would still be alive had the KPD not chosen to serve a “no-knock” search warrant at Mr. Guy’s apartment home.
    The first thing Guy likely heard, at 5:30 am, on May 9[SUP]th[/SUP], 2014, was the breaking of his bedroom window glass. Possibly startled by the fact someone was breaking into his home, and hearing someone attempting to break down his front door, Guy started shooting, striking three of the officers, and killing Dinwiddie with one fatal shot to the face. While Guy has never denied he did fire his weapon, he’s repeatedly maintained he did not know he was firing at police.






     


  2. grasshopperglock

    grasshopperglock Can You Dig It?

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    Curious.... 'Inscribed' bullet base.


    14-8385 over JU.
     
  3. vmax

    vmax TGT Addict

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    How many times have we seen this story play out with no knocks?
     
  4. Shotgun Jeremy

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    I've followed this on other sites as well. This story has "screw up" written all over it. I don't think the PD is releasing everything about this case, in large part to them screwing up.
     
  5. Shotgun Jeremy

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    I just read it in full...great write up!
     
  6. vmax

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    A guy in east TX got off on with a no bill awhile back when he shot and killed a deputy after they tossed a flash bang grenade into his home in the middle of the night.

    Turned out a meth head had given info that he was a big grower of weed.
    The guy had one plant in his possession and all of his guns were legal and had no other legal issues

    they no billed him, but the deputy is still dead

    another no knock...
     
  7. Recoil45

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    I've seen other cases around the country where they didn't even arrest the home owner. No knocks should be reserved for when someone's life is in immediate danger. Things go wrong far too often.


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  8. Eli

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    When I went through the academy - in 1999 - we were told on no uncertain terms that 'no-knock' raids weren't legal in Texas, and that it was legal in Texas to defend yourself from excessive force from police.

    Eli
     
  9. grasshopperglock

    grasshopperglock Can You Dig It?

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    Something to ponder while this case intertwines the castle doctrine.

    If a group of people bust into your house. One yells "police", for a diversion. You hesitate and are shot. You didn't shoot because you heard the word "Police". You didn't want to be lethal injected but it doesn't matter.

    You're dead already.
     
  10. TacticalTed

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    Man....thats really....wow
     


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