Compton ambush on two depots was ‘revenge for police firing against black men in LA’


According to a report, the recent police shootout against black people at La Depot may have led to a Compton ambush against the officers.

Two employees of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department – the 31-year-old mother of a six-year-old boy, the second 24-year-old man – were ambushed by an unknown man at 7 a.m. Saturday at his subway blue line station on Willowbrook Avenue and Oak Street in his patrol car.

Fox News reporter William La Junesi said on Monday, ‘Los Angeles police won’t say this publicly – but some believe the ambush was retaliation for some police shootings of recent black suspects in LA. ‘

On August 31, black man Design Kizi was shot and killed during a deputation of a Los Angeles County sheriff as he was stopped for a traffic violation while riding a bike. Earlier this month the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors also asked to question a coroner on June 18 in the fatal deputy shooting of 18-year-old Andres Gardado.

Authorities have sought the public’s help in identifying the gunman with a reward of $ 175,000 for information leading to the arrest. Investigators are still working to determine the motive for the shooting, which he said was ‘without warning or provocation’.

In a photo obtained by FOX11, the female deputy, who is not named, is seen calling for her help as she approached her partner, a 24-year-old male who was kneeling behind a pillar when He was also hit on the head.

Hearing send call shows The shrieking voice called in the shooting, muttering: ‘998 Compton Packs.’ Recognizing the code for a sub-involved shooting, a dispatcher asks: ‘Enough done?’ The voice responds, almost unknowingly, ‘Compton Pax, descends. Compton PAX 998. ‘

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After shooting several rounds, the male escaped

The video released by the Los Angeles Sheriff Department shows the moment the male suspect opened fire at two depots at the Compton bus station before he fled on foot

FOX11 obtained a photo (above) of the female deputy, whose name is not stated, but described her as the 31-year-old mother of a six-year-old boy who was shot in the jaw to help her co-worker Was engaged

FOX11 obtained a photo (above) of the female deputy, who is not named, but described as the 31-year-old mother of a six-year-old boy who was shot in the jaw when he was helping his accomplice

The suspect is described as a black male between 28 and 30 years old. He was wearing dark clothing at the time of the shooting and was last seen in a black four-door sedan.

An earlier video released by police showed the suspect near a LACSD vehicle parked outside the Metro Blue Line station and set it on fire before fleeing on foot.

Moments after the gunman runs away, the patrol car passenger opens the door and a deputy stumbles, with one hand on their head.

The driver’s side door opens soon.

Officials said the deputation, who graduated from the police academy 14 months ago, each sustained multiple gunshot wounds.

“It was a cowardly act,” Sheriff Villanueva said at a press conference. Two depots were doing their job to protect the people on the train, looking after their own business.

‘Just walking and watching someone start shooting at them. This p *** me away from me. It frustrates me at the same time. There is no beautiful way to say it. ‘

The protesters blocked the entrance to the hospital where two Los Angeles sheriff's teams ambushed in a shooting Saturday, fighting for their lives, chanting: 'We hope they f *** ing dye'

The protesters blocked the entrance to the hospital where two Los Angeles sheriff’s teams ambushed in a shooting Saturday, fighting for their lives, chanting: ‘We hope they f *** ing dye’

KABC-TV reported that a radio reporter was placed near the protest scene.  The Sheriff Department later tweeted that the reporter interfered with the arrest of a male guard

KABC-TV reported that a radio reporter was placed near the protest scene. The Sheriff Department later tweeted that the reporter interfered with the arrest of a male guard

In response to the shooting, Linwood city manager Jose Ometel posted an image of Malcolm X with the words ‘To roost chickens in the house’.

In 1963, Malcolm X described the assassination of John F. Kennedy using the phrase, in response to which he stated that there was a lack of a president in action against violence.

Ometell then used the phrase to describe the Compton police, stating that the neighborhood was ‘plagued by deputy gangs who incite fear and violence in the community’.

“These people murdered, implicated and stole from the community because they could,” he said.

“Good depots never go to bad depots for fear of deputation, and when caught, most of the bad depots go to work and continue their criminal careers.”

After he posted the comment on Instagram, Omtel apologized, saying, ‘Shooting anyone is a completely unacceptable incident in society. I do not condemn the type of violence seen in the shooting of deputies in Compton yesterday. ‘

Omteol shared a meme of Malcolm X in his post, stating that 'hen will come home'

Omteol shared a meme of Malcolm X in his post, stating that ‘hen will come home’

Speaker of Republican National Hispanic Assembly of California Anthony Cabasa leads a vigil prayer after ambush shooting

Speaker of Republican National Hispanic Assembly of California Anthony Cabassa leads a vigil prayer after ambush shooting

Nazi Ali of Project Islamic Hope, presents Sergeant.  Larry Villarreal of the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department, flowers to a depot that recovers at St. Francis Medical Center on Monday

Nazi Ali of Project Islamic Hope, presents Sergeant. Larry Villarreal of the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department flowers to a depot that recovers at St. Francis Medical Center on Monday.

Police officers arrived at St. Francis Medical Center on Monday with flowers

Police officers arrived at St. Francis Medical Center on Monday with flowers

On Monday, Villanueva appealed to La Lakers basketball star LeBron James – a vocal activist and supporter of Black Lives Matter – to match the prize money.

The LA Board of Supervisors offered $ 100,000, and an additional $ 75,000 was donated by two private individuals.

‘This challenge is of Lebron James. I want you to double that match and double that reward, ‘Villanueva said, speaking on KABC radio on The John Phillips Show.

LAPD Chief Michael Moore tweeted: ‘Tonight we pray for the survival of these two parents. I recognize and accept that we live in troubled times. But we must work as a community, loudly denouncing our differences and condemning violence. Blessed are the peacemakers. ‘

A video surfaced on Sunday evening in which a viewer spotted a large convoy of patrol cars running to the scene mocking the attack on the officers.

‘Compton. N ***** just winds up the police, ‘the unnamed narrator says smiling. ‘he’s mad. Oh no. It lands in Compton. ‘

‘It’s going up. Someone hustle on their a **. Someone attacked the police. Two sheriffs were shot in the face. Two sheriffs shot in the face – they tripping.

‘Somebody just ran to the corner and busted on his **, bust through the window’. He then concludes, smiling: ‘It’s a wrap.’

And it is said in footage outside St Francis Medical Center in Lynwood on Saturday night that a guard shouts: ‘I want to give a message to the family of pigs, I hope they f **** Will die The protesters were associated with the Black Lives Matter movement on Twitter but it has not been officially confirmed.

Another protester tells the police: ‘You will all die one by one. It is not going to stop. ‘

One of two Los Angeles shot in the head in an ambush on Saturday night helped save his partner's life by installing a tourniquet after radioactivity for back-up.

One of two Los Angeles shot in the head in an ambush on Saturday night helped save his partner’s life by installing a tourniquet after radioactivity for back-up.

Los Angeles Sheriff Alex Villanueva raised questions about the status of two sheriff's deputies in Comton at a late night news conference

Los Angeles Sheriff Alex Villanueva asked questions at a late-night news conference about the status of two sheriff’s deputies in Compton on Saturday

A large number of sheriffs were deputed on Saturday in the vicinity of St. Francis Medical Center, where two LA County Sheriff depots are being treated after being shot and seriously injured in the attack.

A large number of sheriffs were deputed Saturday in the area around St. Francis Medical Center, where two LA County Sheriff depots are being treated after being shot and seriously injured in the attack.

On Sunday, the LA County Sheriff’s Office tweeted: ‘Stopping protesters from entering and exiting the entrance to the hospital’s emergency entrance, we hope they die’ # 2 Sheriff in Compton today While saying: Do not and do not end these incidents in the hospital.

‘When ambulances cannot be found, people’s lives are at stake.’

Donald Trump said on Sunday that the person setting the fire should face a ‘fast trial death penalty’ if the deputies died.

Speaking at a rally in Nevada on Sunday night, he said: ‘If you kill a police officer, you should get the death penalty.’

Joe Biden said: ‘This cold blooded shooting is unconscious and the perpetrator must be brought to justice. Violence of any kind is wrong; Those who do it should be caught and punished. Jill and I are holding deputies and their loved ones in our hearts and praying for a full recovery. ‘

But the president of a Massachusetts chapter of the NAACP expressed his displeasure at declaring that ‘there is no such thing as a blue life’.

Bishop Talbert Swan, a Pentecostal preacher from Springfield, Massachusetts, tweeted: ‘There is no such thing as Blue Lives …’ he tweeted. ‘Stop comparing your job to my life … your career is a choice, I don’t know. #BlackLivesMatter #BlueLivesMatter ‘.

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