MOMENTS AFTER POINTING AN OBJECT AT POLICE, ALFRED OLONGO WAS SHOT BY ONE OFFICER.
The race war is coming. Blacks refuse to obey lawful orders, then get killed.
Following the killings, the media push the narrative that paints all cops as racist killers just itching to get a black individual in their gunsights.
The object of the narrative is to nationalize local policing, with an eye to decreasing enforcement of the law and increasing crime until the public demands a leftist dictator (a new Obama) confiscate all guns. At that point, as they used to say, “When guns are outlawed only outlaws will have guns.”
Alfred Ologo will become the new Trayvon Martin for the left, a mentally ill, mental midget whose life wasn’t worth a hill of beans, being used to destroy the little left of the Constitution.
Police in the California city of San Diego shot and killed a mentally ill, unarmed black man after his sister called the department for assistance.
Police from the El Cajon suburb released a statement late Tuesday night, several hours after the shooting outside the Broadway Village Shopping Center, confirming that the man died in hospital. His family have named him as 30-year-old Alfred Olango.
Police had been called over by Olango’s sister, who said that he was acting strangely and not himself. The aftermath of the fatal shooting was filmed by a bystander who posted the clip live to Facebook. That video has been viewed almost 40,000 times.
“Why couldn’t you tase him? I told you he is sick. And you guys shot him!” Olango’s siser can be heard telling officers in the video. “I called police to help him, not to kill him.”
El Cajon Police Chief Jeff Davis said that the man was not armed. He added that Olango ignored calls to remove his hands from his pockets and pulled out an object out. Olango then pointed the object in a “shooting stance” toward two officers, prompting one of the officers to open fire, Davis said.
Local news agency CBS8 reported that “several witnesses alleged that the officers were unduly quick to open fire and suggested that their actions had been influenced by the fact that they were dealing with a black man, one they described as mentally challenged”.
“One man angrily told reporters at the news conference that the victim was suffering a seizure prior to the shooting, and another described seeing him with his hands raised at the moment the shots sounded,” CBS8 said.
The shooting spurred protests at the scene for several hours, alleging police racism. Demonstrations were also later held outside the police department.
The department released a photo still taken from a cellphone video of the moment. Police said an object had been recovered from the scene, but did not say what that object was.
According to Mapping Police Violence, Olango has become the 217th black American to be killed by police so far this year.
Heavy.com offers in-depth coverage of the shooting and the aftermath.
Below, if you have the time and interest to watch, are three videos covering the scene. The first one is short and gives a feel for what happened in the immediate aftermath. No police bodycam videos of the shooting exist.
More here in a longer video:
Black and brown witnesses claim Olongo had his hands up, begging police not to kill him. Bullshit, of course:
El Cajon may be burning soon. Stay safe, brothers and sisters.