FEMALE Officer Fatally Shoots Unarmed Homeless Man ‘About a Second’ After He Called Her a ‘Bitch’

If I said it once, I said it a Thousand Times. A Female Officer is Worthless. Like Taking a Shower with a Raincoat on. Here ya go, Same Old Shit. Female Cops can't do their Job unless they shoot the shit out of you, or they have a Male Backup.

“She exited her patrol car, gun drawn, and asked the gentlemen to get on
the ground. The gentlemen didn’t get on the ground, he was still inside
the restaurant. She asked again. The man then exited the restaurant,
and as he was exiting the restaurant, he said, ‘What are you gonna do, Bitch?’ About a second later, she shot him in the chest.”

Cellphone video recorded by an eyewitness captured a police officer in
Santa Ana, Calif., fatally shooting a 22-year-old homeless man at a
shopping center earlier this week.



CBS Los Angeles also provided the video
to the Santa Ana Police Department. Cpl. Anthony Bertagna of the Santa
Ana Police Department said he was unable to comment on the part of the
video when the officer shot the suspect.
At a Wednesday press conference, Santa
Ana interim Police Chief Carlos Rojas pointed out that Arellano was a
convicted burglar and claimed he was “combative” when he first got into
altercations with individuals in a McDonald’s parking lot.
After police arrived, Arellano ran to a nearby juice bar, where he was shot.


“It was a confrontation. It wasn’t a casual conversation,” Rojas said.


Responding to accusations of excessive
force, Rojas was evasive. He did not say why the officer didn’t just
use her Taser on the suspect rather than shoot him.
“Could the officer have had other
options? There’s always a lot of different options you have in these
situations. It really comes down to the mindset of the officer at that
time and what threat they may have been facing,” he said.

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