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    The City of Pasadena and Illegal Alien Oscar Carrillo Must be Held Accountable for the Wrongful Death of Kendric McDade!

     

    http://s1.zetaboards.com/Express_Yourself/topic/5163508/1/?x=0#post862397

    Existing Laws, Namely California DMV Penal Code Section 148.3: False Emergency Reports, and ICE Penalties for Illegally re-entering the United States after having been previously deported is a felonyShould be Sufficient for a Felony Conviction and Deportation of Oscar Carrillo. The Mayor’s Office of City of Pasadena should be sued for Wrongful Death!

    http://cityofpasadena.net/Mayor/
    Contact Email:
    bbogaard@cityofpasadena.net and rstone@cityofpasadena.net
    A Civil Claim against the City of Pasadena should be filed for Wrongful Death in behalf of deceased Kendrec McDade and his surviving heirs!

    http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-mcdade-911-caller-90-days-jail-20130617,0,5086255.story

    911 caller who lied about armed robbery gets jail time” by Joe Piasecki, LA Now

    June 17, 2013, 3:50 p.m.

    Selected Excerpt:

    “Carrillo, 27, had faced up to 4 1/2 years in jail on six misdemeanor charges filed by the Pasadena city prosecutor’s office.”

    The City of Pasadena, Pasadena City Prosecutor’s office have allowed "deported and illegal returning illegal alien" Oscar Carrillo to avoid the felony that he truly deserves as specified by:

    California DMV Penal Code Section 148.3: False Emergency Reports

    (b) Any individual who reports, or causes any report to be made, to any city, county, city and county, or state department, district, agency, division, commission, or board, that an "emergency" exists, and who knows that the report is false, and who knows or should know that the response to the report is likely to cause death or great bodily injury, and great bodily injury or death is sustained by any person as a result of the false report, is guilty of a felony and upon conviction thereof shall be punishable by imprisonment pursuant to subdivision (h) of Section 1170, or by a fine of not more than ten thousand dollars ($10,000), or by both that imprisonment and fine.

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    YouTube: “PASADENA MAN LIES TO POLICE, GETS MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE AFTER” uploaded by copwatchnews

    911 Dispatcher: “Did they have any weapons?”

    911 Caller, Oscar Carrillo: “They have a gun

    911 Dispatcher : “And they took your backpack

    911 Caller, Oscar Carrillo: “Yes

    911 Dispatcher : “How long ago?”

    911 Caller, Oscar Carrillo: “Just like two minutes ago

    911 Dispatcher : “Do you remember anything about the gun

    Dispatcher : “How long ago?”

    911 Caller, Oscar Carrillo: “Both have a gun man, they both, and they run away from me”

    http://www.ice.gov/fugitive-operations/

    http://www.ice.gov/news/releases/1006/100623louisville.htm#

    Illegally re-entering the United States after having been previously deported is a felony.”

    This truly false erroneous 911 Call, made by Oscar Carrillo, a felonious and criminal illegal alien, led Pasadena Police officers to believe that Kendrec McDade, was armed and dangerous. Pasadena Police officers armed response, to Oscar Carrillo's false 911 call, resulted in the death of Kendrec McDade. To date no weapon, gun, or backpack have ever been found.

    http://documents.latimes.com/pasadena-officers-who-killed-teen-acted-lawfully-d-says/

    http://s3.documentcloud.org/documents/541211/da-report-on-pasadena-officers-who-killed.pdf

    False police report filed by Oscar Carrillo: “March 26, 2012, Statement of Oscar Carrillo: Carrillo was interviewed a third time due to the discrepancies between his statements and the video surveillance footage. Carrillo admitted that he never saw anyone enter his car and steal his laptop.  He also admitted that he never saw a firearm during the incident.  He explained that he lied to 9-1-1 because he was mad and nervous.  He believed if he told police that the suspects had guns it would generate a faster response to his call.  Carrillo explained that he continued to lie to police after learning about the shooting because he was scared and believed his initial lies may have contributed to the shooting.  He stated that it was easier to keep his story consistent.

    While the country is in the midst of a national uproar around the shooting death of Sanford, Fla. youth Trayvon Martin, and the failure to arrest his killer, George Zimmerman, deadly assaults against Black men are occurring all over the country — in cities big and small. Of course, we cannot sweep aside the “Black on Black” murders taking place in cities like Chicago, Detroit and Los Angeles. We should be as upset about this as we are about racialized conflicts. It doesn’t make sense to be outraged about one and not the other — but we’ve been socialized to be hypersensitive to interracial conflict and benign to intra-racial conflict.

    Some want to suggest that it is now “open season” on Black males, but when has it was not been? The problem is that the best of Black men look like the worst of Black men, and the public — most acutely, law enforcement — have gotten tired of trying to sort out the difference. Black men are viewed as public menaces, public threats and suspicious characters whether they’re in hoodies or tuxedos, as activist Van Jones said when queried for suggestions on how to protect Black males. The greater point here is that a new generation of Black males don’t recognize race and racialized situations as previous generations once did. That’s what “colorblindness” has done for us. We might think society is colorblind, but they see Black people every time. Especially Black males.

    We once taught our youth how to survive in America, outside of their neighborhoods. We now have to teach them how to survive in their neighborhoods. We once told our youth how to save themselves and save their lives when interacting with law enforcement and hostile racial predicaments. We knew that there were “elements” in our society that didn’t need much of a reason to kill Black men, and only needed somebody, or something, to give them a reason. Walking through a White neighborhood was a reason in 1912. It shouldn’t be a reason in 2012, but it is. And not just in Sanford. We used to teach our boys how to act around trigger-happy police. Police have always been trigger happy when it came to Black males. There are no more “accidental shootings” and “isolated instances” outside those that involve Black men. “Death by cop” is right up there with accidental drownings and other casualties Black people suffer from disproportionately. Police are an occupational hazard in the Black community.

    It doesn’t seem like we’d forget such fundamental lessons of cultural survival. Yet, we’ve forgotten a lot of these lessons, and we’ve forgotten many who have gotten caught in these forgotten lessons. In the cause célèbre aftermath of the Martin killing, a more outrageous killing of a young Black male has occurred in the sleepy bedroom community of Pasadena. Known for its “old money,” Rose Parades and laid-back lifestyles, Pasadena has had several racialized incidents over the past few decades. But Pasadena, like Disneyland, is viewed as the “happiest place on earth” — and like Teflon, nothing seems to stick to it.

    The latest incident involves the Pasadena Police Department’s killing of a young Black men running from the police, based on a 911 call from an illegal immigrant who claimed he was robbed by a “Black man with a gun” who had taken his computer and bookbag. The police come across a 19 year-old named Kendrec Mcdade, who was out running — not necessarily from a crime (that hasn’t been established) — then ends up being chased by the police, one on foot and one in the car. Instead of stopping, he chooses to try to elude the police and ends up getting shot by both police — first by the cop in the car (a former military sniper) and then by the cop on foot who hears his partner’s gunshots. No gun or computer bag has been found.

    The Pasadena Police Department is in intense “cover up” mode, seeking to deflect the attention on the 911 caller versus the actions of its officers. They tried to charge the caller, Oscar Carrillo, with involuntary manslaughter for making what amounts to be a false call. The charge didn’t stick because the caller can’t be held responsible for the outcome of the encounter. He can only be charged with making a false call, which is a misdemeanor. We know everything that Carrillo and McDade did, and nearly nothing about what the Pasadena police did. Of course, the story being told is that McDade reached for his waistband, while running, and the officers feared for their lives.

    What the community is hearing is that the officer in the car hunted him down like wild game and didn’t have a real reason to use deadly force. Two things are troubling about the McDade killing: the police and the immigration aspect. Like the Martin shooting, nobody is really upset about this except Black people — maybe a few others, but that’s it.

    While Black people go ballistic when White people are involved, they don’t say much about these racialized incidences that occur with relative frequency with Latinos—and it’s becoming a problem. Latinos have Negrophobia, too and somebody needs to talk about it. The concern, of course, that the conversation will fuel a larger more volatile conflict between Blacks and Latinos. Many of these conflicts are not with American-born Latinos, but foreign-born Latinos, often in the country illegally. McDade is not the first Black male to die in the aftermath of a possible conflict with an illegal immigrant, thus fueling  anti-immigrant sentiment among African-Americans. This needs to be discussed at some point. The issue with the police is that they have now defaulted to deadly force because, as Pasadena Police Chief Phillip Sanchez communicated to several community groups, “it is within the policy to use deadly force in this situation,” meaning a police chase.

    This is not exclusive to one department. This is a nationwide problem. Police discretion has always been questionable when it comes to Black males. It’s why we used to teach our young boys to never run from the police. You give them an excuse to shoot you in the back. It’s why we used to teach Black males to keep their hands in plain view. It wouldn’t be a reach to say that more Black men have been shot with wallets and cell phones in their hands than with guns. It certainly is more common than not. Policing has always been a dominant form of social control in African-American communities. Discretion has to be used on both sides. But there is something really egregious about the McDade death that the community should be upset about — the absence of control by police officers who never saw a gun. Being told he had a gun is no excuse. That was just the set-up. What did they really see? They just saw a Black man running.

    Kendrec McDade’s family has filed suit against the city of Pasadena. Fundraisers are being held to pay for the funeral to bury him. While everybody cries for Trayvon Martin, very few even know about Kendrec McDade and even fewer cry for him and his family.

    Kendec McDade is the forgotten one. One of many forgotten ones around the country, as the Black community has forgotten its many lessons in how to protect Black males from the social hazards of race hatred and discriminatory law enforcement — which are sometimes one in the same.

    Anthony Asadullah Samad, Ph.D., is a national columnist, managing director of the Urban Issues Forum (www.urbanissuesforum.com) and author of the upcoming book, “REAL EYEZ: Race, Reality and Politics in 21st  Century Popular Culture.” He can be reached at www.AnthonySamad.comor on Twitter at @dranthonysamad.

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    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-964897

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLoXilsoTLQ&feature=relmfu

    YouTube: “LA County Board of Supervisors re; Jamiel's Law [2]Loading...

    Loading...There is no Interactive Transcript.Uploaded by TheAmirRaheemShow on Jun 20, 2008

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csZqLQnt3qY&feature=related

    YouTube: “Jamiel Shaw murdered by Pedro Espinoza from 18th Street Uploaded by streetgangs on May 22, 2008

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UA_ozCCksJI

    YouTube: “Jamiel Shaw and La County Vote to Boycott.wmv Uploaded by georgemlauer on Jun 2, 2010

    “LA County to boycott Arizona over immigration law-“ Ridley-Thomas said he felt his vote was "consistent with years of work... on the matter of civil rights."…….. More than 60 people spoke on both sides of the issue and Molina repeatedly had to ask the gallery to stop applauding or booing comments. Among those in attendance were relatives of Jamiel Shaw II, a high school football star who was shot to death in Arlington Heights in 2008. Pedro Espinoza, an illegal immigrant and alleged gang member, has been charged with the killing and is awaiting trial. "My son would be alive right now if the Arizona law was in effect in California," said Shaw's father. "Mark Ridley-Thomas is in my neighborhood. He knows in the black community that helped him get elected, we're not for (the boycott).'' by Jamiel A. Shaw, Sr.

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    http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-mcdade-911-caller-90-days-jail-20130617,0,5086255.story

    911 caller who lied about armed robbery gets jail time” by Joe Piasecki, LA Now

    June 17, 2013, 3:50 p.m.

    The 911 caller who lied about being robbed at gunpoint the night Pasadena police shot and killed unarmed teenage robbery suspect Kendrec McDade agreed Monday to plead guilty to false reporting charges.

    Oscar Carrillo will serve 90 days in jail and perform 90 days of community service after he surrenders himself at the Pasadena courthouse June 27, his attorney, Andres Bustamante, said.

    Carrillo will also receive 36 months of probation and pay a restitution fee of roughly $3,000 to the Pasadena Police Department, city spokesman William Boyer said.

    McDade, 19, was shot eight times March 24, 2012, during a brief pursuit in Northwest Pasadena initiated by Carrillo’s claim in a 911 call that he had been threatened with a gun.

    After the shooting, Carrillo admitted he had lied about seeing a weapon in order to generate a faster police response.

    Carrillo, 27, had faced up to 4 1/2 years in jail on six misdemeanor charges filed by the Pasadena city prosecutor’s office.

    On Monday, Carrillo pleaded guilty to one count of falsely reporting a criminal offense and one count of reporting an emergency knowing the report was false, Bustamante said.

    In exchange for his plea, prosecutors will drop two additional false-reporting charges and two charges of delaying or obstructing a peace officer.

    Bustamante said his client “wanted to put this behind him.”

    “It was an unfortunate, tragic experience for everybody involved, and he just wants to move on,” he said.

    Carrillo has two U.S.-born children but faces possible deportation to Mexico after serving out his sentence, Bustamante added.

    Pasadena City Atty. Michele Beal Bagneris called the sentence "appropriate, given what he did."

    “If people called and made false reports without regard to potential consequences, that would create too many potential problems in our system of justice,” she said. “Imagine if everybody did that. How would police know what to do?”

    Twitter: @JoePiasecki, joe.piasecki@latimes.com

    Copyright © 2013, Los Angeles Times

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    http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2013/05/california-senate-oks-higher-penalties-for-swatting-911-calls.html

    “Anti-Swatting Bill Proposes Increased Fines, Jail Time” KNBC, Southern California

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    http://www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/vctop/appndxa/penalco/penco148_3.htm

    Penal Code Section 148.3: False Emergency Reports

    False "Emergency" Reports

    148.3.  (a) Any individual who reports, or causes any report to be made, to any city, county, city and county, or state department, district, agency, division, commission, or board, that an "emergency" exists, knowing that the report is false, is guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for a period not exceeding one year, or by a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000), or by both that imprisonment and fine.

    (b) Any individual who reports, or causes any report to be made, to any city, county, city and county, or state department, district, agency, division, commission, or board, that an "emergency" exists, and who knows that the report is false, and who knows or should know that the response to the report is likely to cause death or great bodily injury, and great bodily injury or death is sustained by any person as a result of the false report, is guilty of a felony and upon conviction thereof shall be punishable by imprisonment pursuant to subdivision (h) of Section 1170, or by a fine of not more than ten thousand dollars ($10,000), or by both that imprisonment and fine.

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    http://www.ice.gov/fugitive-operations/

    http://www.ice.gov/news/releases/1006/100623louisville.htm#

    Illegally re-entering the United States after having been previously deported is a felony.”

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    http://colorlines.com/archives/2012/04/pasadena_police_point_fingers_at_latino_man_whos_911_call_led_cops_to_shoot_and_kill_unarmed_black_t.html

    Police Blame Man Whose 911 Call Led Cops to Kill Unarmed Black Teen

    Excerpt: “Carrillo was briefly jailed while police investigated whether he could be charged with involuntary manslaughter but was released days later. The Los Angeles County district attorney has, so far, declined to file charges against Carrillo. He does however have a different type of punishment already. Carillo,who is the father of two U.S. born children, is undocumented and now has a deportation order placed on him. Carrillo’s deportation order has been postponed, at the request of Pasadena police, until the cop shooting investigation is complete, ICE spokeswoman Virginia Kicetold a KNBC in Los Angeles.

    http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Kendrec-McDade-Oscar-Carrillo-Gonzalez-Shooting-Pasadena-Fatal-Police-146021745.html

    Immigration Agency Monitors, Postpones Deportation for Pasadena 911 Caller” by Samantha Tata, April 3, 2012, NBC.com

    Excerpt:  “Oscar Carrillo-Gonzalez’s deportation will be postponed, at the request of Pasadena police, until the cop shooting investigation is complete, said Virginia Kice, ICE spokeswoman. Carrillo-Gonzalez, 26, was arrested March 29 after he reported being robbed by two armed men, one of whom was fatally shot by police in a subsequent pursuit. Police never found a weapon, and there were no witnesses or video recording of the incident. That arrest tipped off ICE to Carrillo, who was reportedly living in the U.S. illegally after being formally deported to Mexico in 2006, Kice said. The District Attorney’s Office declined Monday to fileinvoluntary manslaughter charges against Carrillo-Gonzalez, but said they are continuing to investigate his purported role in the March 24 shooting death of Kendrec McDade at the hands of Pasadena police.”

    http://www.pasadenastarnews.com/news/ci_20310750/911-caller-kendrec-mcdade-shooting-had-been-previously?source=pkg

    911 caller in Kendrec McDade shooting had been previously deported” by Brian Charles, Pasadena Star News, April 2, 2012.

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    http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/pub/13-14/bill/asm/ab_0001-0050/ab_47_cfa_20130415_101427_asm_comm.html

    Proposed: California Assembly Bill, (AB47) and Senate Bill (SB33)

    Penal Code Section 148.3 which is already on the books and in force is sufficient to hold accountable any individual such as Oscar Carrillo, a deported and felonious re-entering the U.S., illegal alien, who made a false call a City of Pasadena 911 call dispatcher, that an "emergency"exists shall be held accountable. Oscar Carrillo knew the report was false, knew or should know that the response is likely to cause death, great bodily injury to Kendrec Mcdade.

    Any US citizen(s) committing such an act would beguilty of a felony and upon conviction be punished by imprisonment, stiff fines, and other costs for the use of City Police, Fire Department, Paramedic, Emergency Response equipment and personnel.

    The ICE penalty for any Illegal alien(s) who subsequently re-enter the U.S. after being deported are is a felony.

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    http://www.ceyseauinc.com/

    THE JOB OF A CONGRESSMAN

    “There are cases where an individual has been wrongfully treated by his government and about the only way, unless the individual resorts to court, and even in some cases the courts are not able to give proper relief, the only area or avenue open to the individual is through his representative. When you find a bona fide error has been made, I suggest that you make a maximum effort to remedy it. This I feel is a vital and important function of those of us in the House of Representatives”.
    Authors: Donald G. Tacheron and Morris Udall, from the book entitled, “The Job of the Congressman”, pages 65 and 66.

    (The above excerpt “The Job of the Congressman” holds true for all elected office officials)

    Article VI, USC:  This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding.

    “……Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and Members of several State legislatures (all elected officials), and all executive and judicial Officers of the United States and of the several states, Shall be bound by oath of affirmation, to support this Constitution.

    14th Amendment, USC, Section 1:   “No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”

    14th Amendment, USC, Section 4:   “……But neither the United States public debt of the United States nor any State shall assume or pay any debt or obligation incurred in aid of insurrection or rebellion against the United States, or any claim for the loss or emancipation of any slave: but all such debts, obligations and claims shall be held illegal and void.”
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    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-936676

    Oath of Office,: "I, (President, Supreme Court Justice, Congressperson, Assemblyman, Mayor, City Councilperson, Judge, ), during such times as I hold the office, I, do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States (the Constitution of the State of California, Maryland, Illinois, etc., etc.), against all enemies foreign (terrorist enemies of the U.S., illegal immigrants, un-American or un-Constitutional anything and everything, etc.) and domestic (treasonous individuals or organizations, any Police Chief who condones this and the Police Chief's rogue police officers, unethical or criminal elected officials or public servants, illegal aliens or his or her advocates, un-American anything and everything), and that I will bear true faith and allegiance, to the Constitution of the United States , (State Constitution), and that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, and that I will faithfully discharge the duties upon which I am about to enter."

    http://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/common/briefing/Oath_Office.htm

    U.S. Senate and Congressional Oath of Office: "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter: So help me God."

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