This must be an example of the *diversity and cultural enrichment* that we’ve been promised by the Democrats….
(Grim, a commenter at the Hal Turner Radio Show)
Reader Kris sent me this story and remarked that there was very little to be found in the news on the early-February murder and the police officer-involved shooting that finished off the murderer, and she is right.
If you go to Hal Turner Radio Show to view the police cam video, don’t open it if you are squeamish.
Kris is right. Although some of the story is available at the Seattle Times, I had to go to the UK Daily Mail for what really happened. Why didn’t this story make national news?
Police release footage of the moment an agitated knife-wielding suspect is shot dead by cops after ‘murdering his girlfriend by beheading her’ in a Seattle apartment
A knife-wielding suspect thought to have killed his girlfriend by ‘beheading’ her was shot dead by police when officers stormed the apartment.
Officers were called to a suspected domestic violence incident in Seattle and had to force the door open on February 7 at around 3.30am.
Police found the suspect, named by police as Danny Rodriguez, 34, brandishing a knife and appearing agitated.
Officers soon noticed the weapon and shouted, ‘oh s***, get out’ with the second cop saying, ‘he’s got a knife’, as they peered through the crack of the door and saw the suspect inside the apartment.
Both officers told the man to ‘stay right there, don’t move, we will shoot you’ and ordered him to, ‘stop, don’t touch the knife’, before telling him to ‘look away’ and to ‘get down on the ground’.
They then saw a woman’s body lying on the floor, with one of the two cops saying ‘s***, she’s had her head cut off’.
The victim was later identified as 48-year-old Irma Rodriguez Vaquedano.
The Seattle Police Officers Guild (SPOG) told the Seattle Times in a statement: ‘The suspect acted aggressively and gave the officers no choice but to fire their weapons to stop this threat.’
…. family members of Vaquedano, who is thought to be from Honduras, told Colombian newspaper El Heraldo, that the pair had been a couple for several years.