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Police Kill Man In Front of His Family Within 2 Seconds of Opening His Door

Free Thought Project – by Jack Burns

Strongsville, OH — Roy Evans Jr. was assassinated in his vehicle in Strongsville, Ohio, in front of his girlfriend and his children. The family was returning home from a carpeting job they were working, when police attempted to pull over Evans’ van for a minor traffic violation.

Evans shouldn’t have done it, but according to his girlfriend, Amanda Pauley, he was afraid of going back to jail and didn’t stop for police. Police say he sped away at a high rate of speed, but it’s unclear how fast his 15 passenger van could possibly have been going. Nevertheless, the police deployed spike strips, disabled the vehicle, and trapped the van, keeping it from advancing.  

That’s when the police, in effect operating as would-be assassins, exited their own vehicles, guns drawn, and yelling commands. Evans can be seen trying to slowly back up his vehicle to presumably pull around the officers’ cruisers, and potentially get away. That’s when the police ended Evans’ life. Two shots were fired center mass into his chest, probably killing him instantly. The rest of the family, fortunately , were uninjured.

Police dragged Evans’ lifeless body to the ground, laid him face down, and then handcuffed his lifeless body. He wasn’t armed. No weapon was found in the vehicle. And according to reports, he was only reaching to light up a cigarette when police opened fire.

The children, who were shell-shocked from seeing the hit men kill their dad, began to wail, scream, and cry aloud. It’s unclear which officer fired the fatal bullets, but one officer attempted to steer the children’s attention away from their murdered father’s body. He told the kids, “Don’t look at it,” as if the human being whose life was just struck down was some sort of lifeless carcass and not a human life.

Evans’ son screamed in disbelief, questioning the officer’s actions, “That’s my dad, dog…That’s my dad!…What the f#@k is wrong with you?…Why the f#@k would you shoot him like that?”

According to PINAC:

Jill Del Greco, the Ohio Attorney General’s Office spokeswoman confirmed no weapons were found on Evans, but hinted officers will use the defense that Evans might have used his van as a weapon in order to clear the officers for hastily shooting an unarmed man in front of his entire family. ‘We are still investigating to determine whether or not the van itself was used as a weapon,’ she said. Strongsville police declined to comment and have yet to identify the officer who fired the fatal shots.

Those details will eventually emerge, along with any body camera footage taken by the officers. There will be an investigation, internally of course, which will likely conclude the officer’s had a reasonable belief Mr. Evans was attempting to flee, potentially using his vehicle as a weapon, and injuring officers who will undoubtedly claim they were “in fear for their lives” and none of the officers will see any jail time for shooting an unarmed man, father, worker, and boyfriend in front of his family. Something is seriously wrong with our culture when officers can act with reckless abandon and experience no legal ramifications.

As Matt Agorist of The Free Thought Project explained in our first article covering this story:

This case comes on the heels of officer Derrick Stafford’s trial starting this week for a hauntingly similar stop that was also caught on video. Stafford and another officer, Norris Greenhouse Jr. opened fire on an unarmed father, Christopher Few. However, in that case, the father lived and the 6-year-old boy inside the vehicle, Jeremy Mardis did not.
Police officers fearing for their lives over unarmed people in vehicles is an all too common and tragic reality. Sadly, these children will now all grow up with the memory of their daddy being blown away in front of them by a person, who they are told, ‘protects society.’

Many, if not most, police departments are moving away from active pursuits to a “restrictive pursuit policy“. Knowing that most suspects flee from police without being guilty of committing any felonies, it’s much cheaper and safer for police not to give chase. Lengthy and expensive court cases cost the taxpayer millions of dollars in settlement fees. Police cruisers are also expensive. There may be very little doubt, had Strongsville Police not given chase, not only would their vehicles not have been damaged, but Mr. Evans would still be laying carpet with his family. Something’s got to give.


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14 Responses to Police Kill Man In Front of His Family Within 2 Seconds of Opening His Door

  1. Bill says:

    Your headline forgot to mention he acted stupid.

    • Cal says:

      Nobody should be murdered because they ran. Running does not indicate guilt, nor is a traffic violation a crime, yet many people today die for such things and less at the hands of governmental law enforcement. Yet, it is still murder, know why? Because here in our nation, ALL people are equal under the law. That means that those who created, use and enforce the “laws”, statutes that protect those who serve in government, or who are “rich”, etc are criminals.

      True Law enforcement in our nation is done by Militia; and the Militia is required for just those reasons I listed above. BTW, it IS in writing that those who serve within our governments are REQUIRED to use the Militia to…
      — Enforce the US Constitution (supreme Law of this land) and each state’s Constitution (highest Law of the state), <– notice that they are not enforced at all anymore since the late 1920's plus when "law enforcement" (different from sheriffs) came into being to "free up the people's time from having to train and serve within the Militia
      — Enforce and keep the “Laws of the Union” (which are constitutional laws ONLY),
      — Protect the country against all enemies both domestic and foreign, and
      — “to suppress Insurrections and repel Invasions”.

      No one else is allowed to be used for those purposes, and that is in writing within Article 1, Section 8, Clause 15.

      "Traffic infractions are not a crime." People v. Battle, 50 Cal. App. 3, step 1, Super, 123 Cal. Rptr. 636, 639.

      "As general rule men have natural right to do anything which their inclinations may suggest, if it be not evil in itself, and in no way impairs the rights of others." In Re Newman (1858), 9 C. 502.

      Those untimely and unLawful deaths are the reason for Militias – trained as the Congress requires the Military to train, and educated in the US Constitution and their own state Constitution.

    • Bob M says:

      Sounds like you’re a statist faggot Bill

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    • BMF says:

      Maybe any pig who ever acts stupid should be shot.

      Of course, all police in the US would be six feet under within a week if that approach were taken. We’re talking about people who (for just one example) enforce marijuana laws, which are even stupider than alcohol prohibition was.

  2. Samuel says:

    Wtf are these retarded pigs running back and forth for? Why are they continuously yelling? They act like they are all on Meth. Seriously, their actions are irrational and seem like they are on some serious amphetamines.

    • BMF says:

      They like to pretend they’re in some kind of risky, high-stakes situation, much like children playing “cowboys and Indians.” It’s exciting for them to live in the mutually-reinforced delusion that they’re macho, paramilitary “warriors.” As long as their sorry fat (or steroid-bloated) asses never have to face real men who have skills, determination, and courage (and, God forbid, even numerical parity), they’re as happy as pigs in slop.

  3. Enemy of the State says:


    When that reads

    Is when this shit gets real to everyone
    Wakey wakey pigs in blankies
    They think it can’t ever happen
    Keep pushing , you’ll find it
    So stupid too when we’re all getting F’ed by the same ones

  4. EJgrunt says:

    This is off Topic , I understand . ATT suspended my cell phone because I was streaming from this site . They told me if I continue this activity they will cancel my phone service ! I told the facist bitch working for ATT , That I am not scared !!!

  5. Millard says:

    I thought I was watching “Monty Python’s Flying Circus”! The Monty Python music as background would have rolled me out of my chair.

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