SWAT Team Spares Skinhead’s Life After Shooting Spree
Do you understand or know why a police SWAT team chose not to kill a murderous skinhead after his shooting spree yesterday?
Ex-convict/Neo-Nazi skinhead, Ryan Giroux, 41, who has a history of violence and drug use, is accused of killing a man and shooting five others in a Mesa, AZ Wednesday morning.
According to the Mesa Police Department, Giroux went on a crime spree throughout the Phoenix suburb that included a carjacking, kidnaping, aggravated assault and murder.
Giroux was eventually tracked down, cornered and shot with a Taser by the Mesa SWAT team then taken into custody.
So a SWAT team actually handled a deadly force situation with a Taser? Does this mean Tasers really work?
I guess Giroux would have needed to be selling loosie cigarettes on the street, playing with a toy gun on a playground or handling a small screw driver in order for the SWAT team to have shot & killed him. Oh yeah… He would’ve also needed to be black.
Giroux’s face was bruised because police said he struggled with officers as he resisted arrested. You mean to tell me that none of the Officers yelled that he was reaching for their gun as he resisted? So, bad ass, murderous skinheads don’t reach for cop’s guns?
Although Giroux’s murderous rampage left many seriously injured and one man dead the SWAT team chose not to use deadly force but instead they selected a less lethal method when they apprehended an obvious dangerous criminal. Imagine that…
Do you think the SWAT team would have been justified if they had shot Ryan Giroux with a gun rather than a Taser?
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