I get more pissed. Especially when another lie from the SWAT team is pointed out. Like
Dupnik’s SWAT team initially claimed that Guereña fired at them while they were serving a warrant — as he slept. They claimed that his bullets hit the bulletproof shield that the entry team hid behind, and that the barrage of bullets they fired back was in self-defense.
What I heard earlier was they claimed they saw muzzle flash; now I find out they told this lie?
Worse and worse:
Call records from Drexel Heights Fire rescue say an ambulance was on the way at 9:43am. It arrived just two minutes later. But the ambulance crew was told to wait outside.
Law enforcement usually holds back medical crews to be sure they're not walking into danger.
The Drexel Heights crew waited until 10:59, then heard Code 900. The radio call that means they were no longer needed. The man was dead.
They had waited an hour and fourteen minutes.
God damn. Right now, the only think I can think of is the SWAT team wanted him dead; maybe because it's kind of hard for a corpse to testify against them?
And even more worse:
Former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Richard Carmona is a Pima Sheriffs deputy. He helped develop medical training for Pima SWAT deputies that's become a national model.
Dr. Carmona can't comment on this specific case but says all Pima SWAT officers have military style first aid training and SWAT teams have unarmed, trained paramedics or EMTs who would be available to help anyone at the scene.
Has anyone heard ONE WORD where the SWAT team says they gave first-aid to this man? If so, please point me to it; otherwise I have to see it as this sorry bunch of 'lawmen' deliberately letting Guereña die.