COPS KILL INNOCENT 86YO NAVY VET AS HE PROTECTED HIS WIFE FROM INTRUDERS, NO CHARGES | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


COPS KILL INNOCENT 86YO NAVY VET AS HE PROTECTED HIS WIFE FROM INTRUDERS, NO CHARGES

The cops were the intruders. They were there to ostensibly check on the wellbeing of the couple and ended up killing an innocent man.

Saratoga, CA — Last year, the widow of an 86-year-old Navy veteran who was gunned down by armed intruders in his own home, filed a lawsuit against her husband’s killers — the Santa Clara County sheriff’s department. Now, the person who murdered this innocent man will not be held accountable as the killing of Eugene Craig has been ruled justified by the Santa Clara County district attorney’s office.

Craig was gunned down by police as he attempted to shield his wife from armed intruders who’d just broken into his home. The armed intruders were cops.

On Sept. 12, 2016, according to Harue Craig’s attorneys, prior to the shooting, deputies kicked down two doors before opening fire inside the Craigs’ Saratoga home on Titus Avenue.

As KTVU reported at the time, attorneys said their client stated that both she and her late husband were “very scared” and did not know why their doors were being kicked down.

The elderly couple thought they were victims of a home invasion, so Eugene grabbed his .38 caliber revolver and bravely stood in front of his wife as they listened to the intruders come into their home.

When the intruders opened the bedroom door, they saw the elderly vet standing there with the revolver and one deputy opened fire. Although there were multiple deputies in the home, deputy Doug Ulrich was the only one who felt the need to begin shooting.

Eugene died on the scene.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This has, in a sadly predictable manner, become precisely how American police have come to interpret the phrase "to protect and serve."

We are very luckly here on Oahu; it hasn't quite come to that yet.

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