Eyewitness Videos of Shootout with Dennis Marx at Courthouse in Cumming, Georgia

Eyewitness Videos of Shootout with Dennis Marx at Courthouse in Cumming, Georgia

Wearing body armor and a gas mask, and armed with an assault rifle and grenades, 48 year old Dennis Marx engaged in a shootout with police outside of the Forsyth County Courthouse in Cumming, Georgia. Unfortunately, Dennis Marx was overpowered by the swarm of civilian-killers and was killed before he could take any of them out.

Dennis Marx faced 11 felony charges. 10 were related to the manufacture, possession and sale of illicit drugs, including marijuana. One was related to him possessing a firearm while in the commission of a felony. In other words, Dennis Marx was a non violent man who’s never caused any loss or harm to anyone and only engaged in non fraudulent trade with people willing to buy from him. The civilian killers) turned him into a criminal and destroyed his life, all so they could feed their lust for power and profit.

The civilian killers, through the mainstream media that glorifies their violence, said Dennis Marx tried to run over a deputy and returned fire through his windshield after throwing out homemade spike strips. He also allegedly tossed tear gas grenades, smoke grenades and pepper spray grenades at the civilian killers.

One deputy, identified as James Daniel Rush was wounded and transported to a local hospital.

Meanwhile in Canada, a Moncton, New Brunswick man was more successful in his quest to serve and protect the citizens and killed three civilian-killers, wounding additional two. The mainstream media continue to glorify civilian-killers and paint Justin Bourque with an evil brush, yet none talks about what may have pushed the man to the point of no return. No MSM portal highlights atrocities committed by police and the fact that they are the greatest threat to the lives and wellbeing of civilians. Police don’t serve and protect the civilians. They serve the system and protect their pensions. Thus, by killing three of them, Justin Bourque did what we’re brainwashed to think the police do – served and protected the public. Thanks to his deed, there are three fewer abusers to attack innocent civilians in Canada.

That being said, we at Best Gore condemn all violence and remind everyone that going on a cop killing spree makes you stoop to the same level as them. However should this mindless oppression of civilians by the terror states keep escalating, perhaps We The People should take a closer look at the second amendment to the US constitution and act upon the right to operate militias to protect ourselves against the government. War against oppression can’t be won by going solo against organized crime.

To end the reign of terror, we first need to understand the enemy, and second stand united against him. There already are many people who understand who the real enemy is, but most still live with blindfolds on. The MSM perpetuates their state of ignorance which can well be seen by what they say about the likes of Dennis Marx or Justin Bourque. That is unfortunate for if you allow your enemy to trick you into loving him, you will condemn yourself to being in love with your enslavement, to being forever the hunted. The answer to reign of political terror lies in the second amendment. Look at ISIS – they would never get to the point of controlling vast lands of Iraq and Syria if each individual jihadist, however motivated and brave, would stand against the system alone.

Below are two eyewitness videos of the Georgia courthouse shooting:

The other video was shot from a birds eye view perspective, but appears to have been filmed on a potato:

80 thoughts on “Eyewitness Videos of Shootout with Dennis Marx at Courthouse in Cumming, Georgia”

      1. Yeah, America is full of people not fit for purpose.

        I england I openly state that I have no respect for any law enforcement office that cannot scale a garden fence in pursuit of a baddie. An I mean scale, not flatten.

        1. Wow what fat fuckers you have for coppers in Georgia! I can’t believe they still get paid to ‘protect and serve’ even though the fastest speed they can only manage is somewhere between a walk and a trot!

    1. I have to agree. This guy chose to break the law, repeatedly. He chose to dress up in a mask and vest and put other citizens in danger by shooting in a public place, and the cops are the bad guys for protecting citizens who choose not to break the law? Where is the logic in that? Sounds to me like this guy, Dennis, just did not want to face the consequences of his actions. Why is a criminal, and one who chooses to become violent, a victim and a martyr?

      No matter what the federal government does, in America, states make their own laws (for the most part) so Georgia has nothing to do with what feds do with or in Afghanistan.

  1. i totally agree with you, drug dealers never force ppl to buy their shit, so i dont see whats the big deal about them, maybe this guy didnt his weekly fee to the police to keep on working safely. i have heard the dealer in my neighbourhood pays $
    1,500,00 weekly for the pigs let him work.

      1. True @Bobcat. But no matter how much money they acquire through various and questionable means, America will still be in debt and continue to get deeper in debt as our “great” leaders invade other countries where we have no right to be even trying to change them. There is no stopping the cops or military until we decide we’ve had enough. They have perverted justice, every law, declaration and all of the ideas the United States was founded on – disgusting!

      2. Heroin
        Yummy!

        Na I’ma being a good girl I’m on methadone
        I’m trying to be good anyways

        I’m curious tho does anyone know if there’s heroin in Hawaii well on Maui. Because
        My sons other parent left here strung out on heroin and claims there’s none there. That it’s impossible to find. I don’t believe that. I believe there still using that shit.

    1. He did NOT sell meth. Only pot. This is close to where I live and there’s been NO mention of him selling meth and I’m pretty sure they’d like to slam this guys character any way possible & would have listed that in the charges they had against him. He was growing/selling some pot he grew in a small closet and they tried to take everything from him for something you can do in another state in the same nation legally.

      2 county’s north of this one some pigs executing a no knock warrant threw a flash bang grenade in a baby’s crib of a visiting relative last week. That baby is still in a induced coma.

      Forsyth county also has a rich black history, they ran opra’s civil rights parade out of town by throwing rocks at em! Gotta love Georgia!

          1. If the defense attorney is black, as soon as he begins to speak raise your hand and politely ask the judge if “the darky” has been made aware of his right to have a court appointed jew lawyer to represent him. That one will get you sent home before lunch.

    1. Yes, the dilemas of choosing a suitable target. Decisions, decisions, decisions.

      Id rather stay in bed and masterbate, but thats just me. I usually feel less angry and a bit more content.

      I always said if I were to become a serial killer i’d target members of parliament, but the problem is, no one would give a dam about them and I wouldnt be remembered for anything. I think killing whores is just to cliched for my likes.

  2. There were plenty of police officers cumming in Georgia that day.

    Too be fair, and I dislike the police myself, if the news report is correct and he faced the police armed and with body armour on he was asking to be killed, the police never like to take chances at the best of times and in all honesty they were right to take him down.

    It’s the fact that they are such bullying, lying assholes most of the time that causes people to have no sympathy for them.

    As far as drug dealing goes, well, it’s simply capitalism is it not. You supply what there is demand for and then cultivate that demand in order to increase supply, it’s the basics of profit.

    It can be argued that drugs are addictive and dangerous for health and also have a negative impact on state infrastructure such as hospitals, police and other social elements but then so does alcohol, so does cigarettes, so does war mongering, lying, corrupt politicians.

    Why then is the individual criminalised for selling drugs?, because drugs are illegal, but then why are they illegal?, their answer, because drugs are addictive and dangerous for health, but this justification does not hold weight when compared to the alcohol and cigarette market, in fact legalising a lot of drugs would cause a massive drop in drug related crime and warfare and would also create market standards so that drugs had to be free from added junk, which would decrease the death rates as well.

    My conclusion, the reason why drugs are banned for the most part is that legalising them would cause the retail price to drop due to market saturation and corporate competition and since the biggest drug traffickers are actually our governments this would mean a fall in profits for them.

    They also use drug market related warfare to influence and manipulate other, often poorer countries. It’s a big pie and lots of it to go around this means you can back certain elements within societies to change the social/political background. It also, due to it’s underground nature, allows for funding to be provided to armed groups for coups to take place and such and this allows them to back, finance and overthrow governments without leaving a paper trail leading back to them.

    To answer the question then, why are drugs illegal?, because they are a good source of funding and trade for shady business practices and in a world of shady business it is an essential commodity, the end.

    1. alcohol has destroyed more lives than any other drug. just ask the nineteen twenties. lol. and its 100% legal.

      with drugs, idk..there’s too many variables. too many different ways to manufacture the product, for one. now, with bigtime superlab manufacturers and distributors, that’s one thing, they would only have to worry about other rival superlabs…as of now, its the ones they distribute it to who would fuck everything up with territory disputes and having to deal with violent addicts. although it might improve if legalized. that might get rid of these street corner dealers and territory bullshit and leave the violence strictly to the junkies themselves. but managing all of that into a single, cohesive, taxable business would be nigh impossible, i’m afraid. not to mention Columbia and Middle East charging the FUCK out of the US for their once illegal products. there’s just too many variables

      personally, i have no qualms about legalizing pot.

      1. Let’s not forget the “legal” drugs doctors prescribe by the millions. Many legal drugs are just as bad for us as the illegal ones, alcohol and cigarettes. Cigarettes are so toxic nowadays because big tobacco made them that way – and I’m an occasional smoker, drinker and “legal” drug taker so shame on me for supporting the govt in this way. : (

          1. The us government makes billions and, billions selling alcohol and putting drunkies in jail. Good job us keep civilians drunk.

  3. “That being said, we at Best Gore condemn all violence and remind everyone going on a cop killing spree makes you stoop to the same level as them.”

    I 100% agree with that statement. The problem with it, in my eyes, is that some of what you wrote above it totally contradicts it. And just para-phrasing here, but ‘Unfortunately, Dennis was overpowered & killed before he could take any of then out.’ I just think whatever your opinion is, whether I agree or not, just stick with it. You won’t see me writing “Unfortunately, Bob tried to kill the evil rabbits and save the world but was thwarted…in no way do I advocate killing evil rabbits though…”
    Just stick to your guns man!

    Maybe it’s just me, but it made me laugh a bit ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. @MikeyGraves, I suppose it is all in the individual’s mindset how it comes across. The context that I read it in was of a nihilistic nature where the author assumes both sides to be without morals or worth and therefore no side should have came away without loss, a total destruction if you will.

      The police however, just like politicians, bankers etc, are seen to be fair game given their position and power as a group entity in society as opposed to the individual, who by themselves, regardless of nature, are seen to be powerless in a societal altering context.

      Therefore the author sides with the individual more than the group entity based upon this websites stance against state intrusion, inclusion and general anal intruding fuckery.

      The end statement that this website does not condone violence is of course necessary to cover our asses against media propaganda and law based witch hunts but also simply that it is just true, this website from my experience highlights reality and provides opinions of a strong nature but does not condone what it shows, it’s educational for the most part.

      My conclusion, the author can be both opinionated and non condoning at the same time because, despite what our governments would like to change, we still have freedom of thought and expression.

      1. Absolutly. Its the difference between intelligent thinking, a rarer find and lowest common denominator thinking, as championed by the glorious Obama.

    1. I quite often feel suicidal but a flip through bestgore always cheers me up.

      mydeathspace.com used to be good too but i dont go there as much since they made myspace illegal.

  4. I spent 30 years living in the deep south (Portals of Caligula) and there is nothing as magnificent as “Bubba Stupid.” Crazy, insane, demented, high on PCP or anything else cannot describe the depths this manifestation will descend to satisfy the need to show “Displeasure.” There are no credible psychiatrists in the south as they have given up hope in finding a useful solution to this lack of ethical gene matter in the DNA,,,,,sigh

  5. I like the write up.

    Whenever I read stories like this I always substitute the word ‘HONEST FARMERS’. It puts it into perspective.

    For example :

    Dennis Marx faced 11 felony charges. 10 were related to the manufacture, possession and sale of illicit drugs, including marijuana. One was related to him possessing a firearm while in the commission of a felony.

    Dennis Marx, an honest farmer faced unjustifiable charges at the hands of the govt police state. 10 of which related to the honest farming of productive farm yields for sale at local markets, including farm products that the govt police state dont want other honest people having. On charge related to the use of a farmers gun to protect his fields from crows and unlicences law enforcement officers.

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