On June 14, 2019, a Tulare County (California) sheriff’s deputy fired blindly into a hotel room when allegedly looking for a drive-by suspect, shooting and wounding an innocent woman under the heart. In a manner eerily reminiscent of the killing of Daniel Shaver, the armed thugs then made the bleeding woman crawl down the hotel hallway toward them.
Alexis Resendez ended up with a bullet permanently lodged in her abdomen. Her boyfriend, Arturo Galvan, who like his girlfriend was also unarmed and innocent, was murdered in a hail of fire trying to escape through the window when he realized blood thirsty cops were seeking to score their kills for the day.
Evidence proved neither Resendez nor Gavlan were in any way involved in drive-by shooting the deputies were allegedly investigating.
The bodycam footage of the cops attempting to murder Alexis Resendez shows the woman following orders and opening the door. With the sound of a citizen killer outside the Delano hotel executing Arturo Galvan, the thugs with guns pointed at the unarmed woman shot her.
Knowing full well they executed an unarmed and innocent man, the cops gave Galvan’s family $2 million in a settlement before any lawsuit was filed. The 4 year old son of the couple also received a seven-figure settlement from the thugs who executed his father. The lawsuit against the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office filed by Alexis Resendez is still pending.
Based on available evidence, following cops’ commands gets you killed or wounded. So what’s the course of action, then? To barricade up and engage the thugs for at least some chance of survival?