LAPD chief released bodycam footage of a fatal shooting in the Van Nuys neighborhood in Los Angeles, California. The footage shows the cops opening a volley of fire at 32 year old Guillermo Perez and a woman whom Perez took hostage. Perez was armed with a large knife and a metal folding chair. The incident took place outside Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission – the Central Lutheran Church on June 16, 2018.
The cops responded to the call that a Hispanic man had stabbed a woman. Said woman was found out to be Perez’ ex-girlfriend. She was taken to the hospital with non life-threatening wounds.
The cops fired a bean bag shotgun at Perez, but the folding chair assisted him in deflecting those rounds. From there on it was just about which cop opens live fire first.
Identified as Elizabeth Tollison, the hostage was reportedly shot twice. The shots were fatal. Not one of the cops considered ordering the innocent bystanders to clear the area. They were, as they always are, so focused on their kill, the innocents were of zero concern. The greatest offense a citizen can commit, as witnessed hundreds of times on the pages of Best Gore, is rob a cop of the thrill to score his kill.
Props to Best Gore member @terminator_g for the video: