San Diego Deputy Luke Berhalter fails to murder Navy Vet Jennifer Orey; No Surprise: SDSD resorts to Cover-Up!Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Wed, 08/22/2012 - 22:01
Now, if an American merely even "startles" a
cop god, apparently we deserve to die!
"The cop said, 'Well, I'm sorry, you startled me,'"
[VIDEO] Woman Shot By Deputy Remains Hospitalized; Deputy ID'd
Deputy Luke Berhalter Placed On Leave After Shooting Jennifer Orey
POSTED: 5:49 pm PDT August 21, 2012
UPDATED: 12:33 am PDT August 22, 2012
SAN DIEGO -- A San Diego County sheriff's deputy who shot a Spring Valley woman in her backyard as he searched for a suspicious man was identified Tuesday.
Deputies were called to the 8900 block of Leigh Avenue shortly before 10:30 p.m. Sunday to investigate a suspicious man seen in the area wearing a ski mask, according to San Diego County sheriff's homicide Lt. Larry Nesbit.
Deputies arrived and determined the man had left the area, walking away in an eastbound direction, Nesbit said in a statement.
By Misha DiBono Fox 5 San Diego Reporter
8:55 a.m. PDT, August 22, 2012
SPRING VALLEY, Calif. - The brother of a 36-year-old single mother who was accidentally shot by sheriff’s deputies over the weekend said his sister's injuries were worse than the San Diego Sheriff's Department has let on.
Deputy Luke Berhalter fired his service weapon about 10:25 p.m. Sunday in the backyard of a residence in the 200 block of Via Tapia, about two blocks from the 8900 block of Leigh Avenue where a suspicious man in a ski mask was spotted, according to San Diego County sheriff's Lt. Larry Nesbit.
Deputies entered Jennifer Orly's backyard without warning, didn’t respond to her calls of identification and shot her at point-blank range, according to her brother James Morgan.
"He fired without warning, saying freeze, or anything. Then just as she saw the black smoke coming out the barrel she turned her body," Morgan said. "The bullet went through her chest and her left nipple, into her shoulder and out her pinkie."
Apparently, had it not been for the fact that Ms. Orey, a former member of the US Navy Air and Sea Rescue Team, had the combat medical knowledge from her service days and applied her training, she would've bled out to death, had she followed the assailant's 'commands'; whether it was out of idiocy, or the more nefarious 'dead citizen, no lawsuit'-meme so prevalently taught among cops these days, it's still bad news for ALL citizens:
Since Orey’s expected to survive, exactly where the woman was shot should be cleared up in the fullness of time. But if Orey had followed the advice of the deputy with the itchy trigger finger, things probably would have gotten a whole lot worse. He told her to lie on her back until the paramedics arrived. But Orey knows something about first aid.
Her father said Orey was the first woman accepted in the Navy’s Air and Sea Rescue team and she knew if she stayed on her back she would die, so she turned on her side and waited.
Posted on August 21, 2012 by Dan Zimmerman
Here’s the department’s account:
“At some point, while in the backyard of the residence, there was contact between the deputies, who had their weapons drawn, and a female resident of the home,” Nesbit said. “During that contact, one of the deputies fired from his service weapon. The female was struck in the arm by the round.”
But her family’s calling bullsh*t.
“You know what, you guys need to get your story straight,” said Dennis Morgan, Orey’s father. “She wasn’t shot in the arm she was shot in the chest.”
Orey’s sister-in-law, Kristin Arzaga-Morgan, told 10News Orey made it through surgery early Monday to repair the wounds from the bullet that entered her chest, exited through her bicep and struck her pinky finger. ”
It's like, is it Wednesday already? Well, no day would be complete without a few copthuggery or cover-up news, eh?
Can we please have Maywood, CA occur to every single city in America??