Saturday, January 17, 2015

Murder by Hallucination

Video Shows Montana Cop Weeping After Fatal Shooting

Newly released video shows a police officer breaking down in tears after fatally shooting an unarmed man in Montana. Last week, a coroner’s jury found Billings Police Officer Grant Morrison was justified in shooting Richard Ramirez during a traffic stop last April. Video from the aftermath of the shooting shows Morrison collapsing over the hood of a police cruiser and weeping as his colleagues try to console him. Morrison can be heard saying, "I thought he was going to pull a gun on me. Maybe he was. Maybe he was. (Weeping)." [Excerpt from Democracy Now]

It is obvious from viewing the video that this cop was scared absolutely to death. This fear induced paranoid literally murdered that innocent man, a man that presented absolutely no threat to anyone, for the hallucination screaming at him in his own sick mind, "I thought he was going to pull a gun on me." He saw no gun, there was no gun. The only gun he saw was in his mind. The only threat he saw was a fantasy. In fact, he, living in his sick mind, was the only real threat to anyone. He literally murdered that man for his psychosis. While murder is a crime, the real criminals were the Coroner's Jury that granted him impunity. That community deserves to pay the price for their failure to remove this murderer from their midst.
“I knew in that moment, which later was determined to be untrue, but I knew in that moment that he was reaching for a gun,” Morrison later said of the incident. “I couldn’t take that risk… I wanted to see my son grow up.”
After posting the YouTube video above, they canceled it. Too bad, it was better than the ones listed anywhere else. The above quote is from the article and video at The fact is, he admitted that he was hallucinating - what he knew in "his mind" was a fantacy. The Coroner's Jury exonerated this murder because he "couldn't take that risk"? Everyone of those jurors should be indicted and stand trial. This is the same thing that happened to Tommy McClain. At least this poor individual, Richard Ramirez, got some kind of a jury and a lot of good that did him. Considering the white-wash situation in Eureka, this community and its law enforcement is far worse than Billings. The Eureka people will pay a heavy price for their lack of due diligence as responsible law-abiding citizens. Their lives are not worth a paranoid thought.

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