District attorney: SWAT sniper in 2014 shooting will not face charges | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

District attorney: SWAT sniper in 2014 shooting will not face charges

No charges will be filed in the March 2014 shooting death of Ronald Tate by SWAT sniper Charles Moser, the Clark County district attorney’s office said Tuesday.

The district attorney’s office concluded that Moser’s actions were “reasonably and legally justified” under the circumstances, according to a 12-page report released on its website.

“We learned after Mr. Tate’s death that in the days leading up to the incident he was legally trespassed from three different locations for erratic behavior,” Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson said in a prepared statement Tuesday. “Additionally, his family shared with us that he had been displaying suicidal thoughts, including disposing of his assets and thanking his sister for her help in his life.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am sick and tired of this response every time the police kill another American, that somehow the victim deserved it.

Right now the police are murdering 55 times as many innocent Americans as terrorists do. Did they all somehow deserve to die?

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