- Posted May 14, 2012 by
Los Angeles, California
- The City of Pasadena and Illegal Alien Oscar Carrillo Must be Held Accountable for the Wrongful Death of Kendric McDade!
- The City of Pasadena and the Felonious Illegal Alien Oscar Carrillo Should be Held Accountable!
- CA DMV Penal Code Sec. 148.3 & ICE Penalties for “Illegally re-entering the US, Should be Sufficient for a Felony Conviction & Deportation of Oscar Carrillo.
- President Barack Obama doesn’t’ give a “rat’s hindquarters” about the plight of U.S. citizens or Legal Immigrants! The Democratic Party has become the Voice and Vanguard for Illegal Aliens from around the world!
- Great Britain, in Contrast to Kenya, within the U.S., Elected Black leaders, lawyers, and the Black community’s affinity for ignorance, being spineless, greed, treason and loyalty to anything but the Constitution keeps U.S. born Blacks down!
The Obama Administration, ICE & Oscar Carrillo Should be Blamed and not Pasadena Police!
More so than blaming the Pasadena Police Department......blame should be directed at Oscar Carrillo, an illegal alien, for lying to the 911 dispatcher, ICE for not deporting criminal illegal aliens fast enough, President Barack Obama, the Obama Administration for promoting backdoor amnesty for criminal illegal aliens, and other individuals (US citizens, legal immigrants, or organizations) who harbor or give refuge to criminal illegal immigrants.
My next door neighbor Dale Pierson, a U.S. citizen, provided refuge for 13 illegal immigrants from Somalia, some of these individuals now hold jobs, that require citizenship in the U.S., ....i.e. ....it should be a no brainer that fraudulent documents have been used to make this possible.
At least twenty years ago the FBI came to my house to inquire about these individuals, to which at that time I didn't know what I know today. Since then this has been reported to the authorities as it concerns Dale Pierson providing refuge for Somalian illegal immigrants at 1325 S. Van Ness Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90019.
Over the years elected officials, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, 2nd District Supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas, 10th District LA City Councilman Herb Wesson, etc., the LAPD have been contacted but nothing has been done to hold Dale Pierson accountable, or anyone else who conspired with Dale Pierson to harbor these individuals, and/or to deport these criminal Somalian illegal aliens.
....but government authorities in the City of Los Angeles/Los Angeles County/ State of California are quick to harass, violate the Constitutional rights of law abiding U.S. born descendants of slavery all while elected black leaders at the Federal, State, County, and/or City levels of government remain silent or conspire to oppress law abiding U.S. born descendants of slavery.
Video link: Oscar Carrillo, 26 an illegal immigrant whose lies to a 911 dispatcher, that "two young men stole his backpack and laptop at gunpoint", prompted Pasadena police officers to use deadly force which resulted in the death of Kendrec McDade
Above all the truth must be expressed. It is wrong and much less than the truth to place all the blame on the Pasadena Police Department as the attorney(s) who represent the plaintiffs in the "Kendrec McDade" case present.
By and large police officers are honorable and truly protect, serve, and defend the "people" as that decal states on most police vehicles so clearly reads.
It is certain the defense attorneys for the City of Pasadena are going to use this approach as damage control to eliminate or reduce any court settlement to which the City of Pasadena will be liable for, in response to the Kendrec McDade" case, in the event all blame targets the Pasadena Police Department and none is placed on the illegal immigrant Oscar Carrillo-Gonzalez for lying, or the failure of ICE/Obama Administration to remove criminal illegal aliens from U.S. soil.
Parents of man slain by Pasadena police question autopsy report, An attorney for Kendrec McDade's family said a report showing bullets hit his arms and hip seem to contradict police assertions that no shots came from behind.
by Adolfo Flores, Los Angeles Times, 8:58 PM PDT, May 13, 2012
The parents of Kendrec McDade have reviewed the autopsy report of their 19-year-old son, who was fatally shot in March by Pasadena police, and said they were concerned that he may have been shot from behind.
The autopsy report, released by the L.A. County coroner's office Friday, shows that the unarmed McDade was shot four times at point-blank range by one officer and was alive and handcuffed after being struck by a total of seven bullets.
At a news conference Saturday, Caree Harper, an attorney for McDade's family, said the bullets that hit McDade's arms and one that hit his hip appear to contradict the police's assertion that none of the shots came from behind him.
A diagram in the autopsy report appears to indicate one bullet entered McDade through the back, but the narrative from the report states that bullet's trajectory was "front to back and downward."
"No matter how you want to twist it there were one, two, three and a possible fourth shot" to the back, Harper said.
She also emphasized the downward trajectory of some of the bullets.
"This to us indicates he was either falling or on the ground when he was shot," Harper said.
Lt. Phlunte Riddle of the Pasadena police Department said some of the bullets entered through McDade's arms because of his movements at the time of the shooting.
In a federal lawsuit, McDade's parents, Anya Slaughter and Kendrec McDade, also allege McDade was left on the street for a prolonged period of time after the March 24 shooting without receiving first aid. The coroner's report shed no light on this allegation.
McDade, of Azusa, was killed when Pasadena Officers Jeff Newlen and Mathew Griffin responded to a report of an armed robbery at a taco truck in northwest Pasadena. One of the officers pursued McDade on foot and the other from his police cruiser.
The first officer who fired did so while seated in the patrol car as McDade approached with his hand at his waistband. McDade and the officer were "within a foot" of each other, according to the autopsy report.
After he was shot, authorities determined that McDade was unarmed and that the theft victim, Oscar Carrillo, had lied about his assailants having weapons to get a quicker response from police.
The officer who was seated in the patrol car fired four rounds through an open window, according to the autopsy report. The other officer, who was on foot, fired four rounds, believing his partner was involved in a gunfight. The department isn't releasing information about which officer was in the cruiser and which one was on foot.
A doctor at Huntington Memorial Hospital ruled that McDade died of bullet wounds to the abdomen. The autopsy report found that three shots struck McDade in the abdomen or hip, one struck his right leg, two hit his right arm and one his left arm.
The report also showed McDade had alcohol and traces of marijuana in his system at the time he died.
Police have said they believe McDade was the lookout for another teen involved in the theft, though Harper disputes that assertion.
McDade's mother asked anyone with information about the shooting to come forward.
"I want Kendrec's name to be cleared of any wrongdoing," she said, "and I want the cops to be held accountable for my son's death."
Copyright © 2012, Los Angeles Times
This post has been corrected; see note below for details.
The L.A. County district attorney's office said Monday a 911 caller who lied to Pasadena police, leading them to believe a young man they fatally shot was armed is being held as an illegal immigrant.
Oscar Carrillo, 26, was arrested last Wednesday for involuntary manslaughter in the death of Kendrec McDade, 19, who was fatally shot March 24 by Pasadena police Officers Jeffrey Newlen and Mathew Griffin.
Usually prosecutors have 48 hours to charge someone in custody or release them, but district attorney's spokeswoman Jane Robison said Carrillo is on an immigration hold requested by federal Immigration & Customs Enforcement.
The immigration hold asks officials not to release Carrillo because he is believed to be in the United States illegally. Robison said prosecutors are reviewing the evidence from Pasadena police.
Carrillo told a 911 operator two young men stole his backpack and laptop at gunpoint. Minutes later, two officers shot McDade a few blocks away, believing he was armed.
Carrillo admitted to detectives he lied about the gun.
The incident has sparked tensions in a community with a long history of divisive relations between the Police Department and the African American community.
Carrillo told police he had been robbed of his backpack and laptop by two armed men.
Police arrested him on suspicion of involuntary manslaughter Wednesday, saying that he deliberately misled authorities in a lie that contributed to the fatal shooting.
McDade had been a football standout at Azusa High School.
[For the Record, 2:01 p.m. April 2: A previous version of this post stated incorrectly that an ICE immigration hold bars officials from releasing Carrillo, but it actually only asks that Carrillo not be released.]