Jan 26, 2014

pinal-county-arizona-shooting-suspect-lied-weapon-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationPinal County police were caught lying about a shooting death when a bystander released a video that directly contradicts their claims. They initially said that the suspected car thief had reached for a weapon, but the video clearly shows the suspect’s hands high in the air with his back turned to the officers when he was shot.

Mesa resident Manuel Longoria did try to flee from the police, and led them on a 40-minute car chase until they finally stopped him by crippling the stolen Toyota Corolla with a tire-popping device. Witnesses said that Longoria told the cops that he wouldn’t be taken alive, and they fired tasers and beanbags at him before he turned around.

After he finally put his hands above his head, a sheriff’s deputy shot him twice, killing him.

No weapon was found.

The sheriff’s office said that it investigated the shooting and found the use of lethal force was “justified”.

The sheriff’s deputy who shot Longoria returned to duty just one week later, according to CBS affiliate KPHO.