California Woman Shot in Her Own Backyard by a Cop

Infowars – Adan Salazar  A California woman was shot in her own backyard by the most unlikely of assailants, a cop.

36-year-old Jennifer Orey was in her backyard this past Sunday night when she bumped into a “person holding a flashlight.” The next thing she knew she was leveled to the ground after being shot at point blank range, asking a police officer, “Why did you shoot me?”

Police were allegedly searching for a masked man after receiving a 9-1-1 call about a prowler wearing a ski-mask. They went into Orey’s backyard where she bumped into one of them, “startling” the officer who shot her.

Conflicting stories have begun circulating regarding the circumstances behind the events that led to the shooting and the extent of Orey’s injuries.

According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, Orey believed the noise was her ex-husband, however the Huffington Post says Orey had heard about the prowler and was trying to help police by looking around her house.

Huffington Post also reports police have begun damage control of the incident, downplaying the severity of Orey’s injuries.

Lt. Larry Nesbit told news crews that police shot Orey in the arm and that she would be released Monday, however, she is still in the hospital, and pictures from her hospital roomreveal she was definitely shot in the chest.

Orey’s father, Dennis Morgan, is upset at the investigation’s lack of consistency telling San Diego 10 News, “You know what, you guys need to get your story straight…She wasn’t shot in the arm she was shot in the chest.”

Morgan says Orey stated that when she asked the officer why he shot her he never replied, but the Union-Tribune states that the officer replied, “I’m sorry, you startled me.”

Officers say they didn’t know it was the homeowner. Orey’s father tells a different story: “She saw a flashlight and identified herself as the homeowner and he shot her.”

Orey’s father is infuriated that police displayed such disregard for the safety of innocent bystanders. “I told them I’m really pissed off…I’m pissed off as hell. A cop could have very easily killed my daughter,” he told News 10.

Moreover, Orey’s family is outraged at the treatment she received after her injury. Her brother James Morgan says she put her hand on the responsible officer after being shot, but that he batted her away. He says she was also forced to render her own first aid as officers waited for the ambulance to arrive.

More than likely, police are trying to downplay the incident in order to forgo a deeper investigation. Either the officer that shot her is highly respected, or these cops are just doing what they routinely do…sticking up for each other, the public be damned.

16 thoughts on “California Woman Shot in Her Own Backyard by a Cop

  1. This is sick! If these badged bastards are free to fire on property owners, it should be a two-way street! I hope she sues the living hell out of those pigs!

    1. I want to point out an assumption of yours that is false. You do not own property. You are property. All deeds and titles are stated in legalese to specifically make government a controlling agent of your deemed property. If this is not so, then stop paying your ‘property taxes’ and see what happens.

      The government does not own property either. They cannot provide original title to anything, because the lands they lay claim to were stolen via murderous holocaust against indigenous peoples.

      (I re-read and found myself going off here, sorry, but relevant. The following is not aimed at you…)

      This gives rise to an entire societal structure based on fiction. Government, a fictional thing that cannot exist in fact, orders living men to give their factual material over in exchange for paper. That paper is given fictional value in fictional courts and con-gress, and is used as a means of exchange for factual labor value.

      The only thing of actual value in the entire world, and on earth, is the labor and intellectual production of men.

      Uncommon thieves have taken advantage of that by creating a system wherein they exchange that actual value for fictional paper debt notes. Using those debt notes, they take the value of labor and hoard, manipulate, devalue and impoverish. It is a means of control of the herd. They see all of us as herd animals to be worked, depreciated and ultimately harvested for their own gain. The difference in wealth between the top of the pyramid and the bottom is staggering. The ratio is likely akin to a dollar for every life crushed per 50,000 dollars of wealth hoarded. Don’t ask me how I came up with that but it’s along the lines of 8 billion people versus 100 trillion dollars, scaling it up and rounding it off, which is what is done with life that is considered corpus.

      Does it really matter? I mean really, how many people are we all going to kill to make sure we aren’t guilty of killing? That is the reason behind the banker’s wars, you know. And as we all sit by like good, god pledging Americans, we are no less culpable than the men pulling the triggers. Every time a man is murdered people suffer. Just because it isn’t ‘your people’, doesn’t mean that emotional strife, pain and suffering aren’t inherent. And it doesn’t end there, it continues with all life. You either honor all life or you will watch the planet that supplies it to you burn in a catastrophic pyre.

      1. Sunfire, I really went off. So sorry, I’m getting a little (OK a lot) crotchety in my age. You were exactly right in your post, they have no right to enter our claimed domain. They have given themselves right to shoot on sight, to shoot to kill with license built on fictional court orders. It all makes me quite angry.

        With all sincerity, I offer my most humble apologies to you if I have in any way offended you.

    2. -What it will Take-

      Liberty struggles mightily,
      in the deep end of the pool.
      Evil War Maker’s snicker,
      the evil War Monger’s drool.

      Invasion here, Depression there,
      the cash just keeps rolling in.
      Leaders play all the fixed games,
      a casino of Constitutional Sin.

      They think most Yanks to be,
      a mob of brainless tools.
      Demographics to dissect,
      emotional, manipulated fools.

      Liberty and freedom,
      earned over the harsh, long haul.
      Takes a thoughtful vote for free will,
      a peaceful vote for Ron Paul.

      RJ O’Guillory
      Webster Groves-The Life of an Insane Family

  2. The police say she was being treated for “minor” injuries.

    OMG! What a joke. If a gunshot wound is considered a “Minor” injury, I’d hate to find out what constitutes a “MAJOR” injury. Having both of your legs and arms chopped off? Getting your head blown off and dead on the ground? Do these assholes know that a minor injury is a scrape or a paper cut and that a bullet wound is a life-threatening “MAJOR” injury. UNBELIEVABLE!!!

    1. The police are correct. Her injuries are minor. On the other hand, if one of THEM had been shot or even gotten a bloody nose, that would meet the definition of a MAJOR injury.

  3. This totally sucks.

    I guess I’m not even safe in my own backyard at night anymore, unless I’m armed.
    These CA cops are getting worse every day.

  4. > “California woman was shot in her own backyard by the most unlikely of assailants, a cop”

    Really, unlikely? I wonder what planet the author is from.

    1. Vad, in case you didn’t notice, this DID come from
      You know, Alex Jones, aka Zionist shill?

      You need to read the fine print.

  5. Goes to show, don’t call the police for anything! Arm yourself and take care of any ‘prowlers’ on your own.
    Having said that I would much rather have read a story of an armed citizen accidentally shooting someone ‘prowling’ around their property with a flashlight at night than this story. (Wink, wink.)

  6. I’ll bet a crisp, new FRN that if the home owner had shot the police “man” because she was startled, she’d be sitting in the pokey facing a barrage of charges. Double standards indeed.

  7. After the cop was “startled”, he did not identify himself, but Ms. Orey did.
    The cop had the flashlight on her, and fired a shot to the heart area, to kill.
    This is a case of attempted murder or assault with a deadly weapon by the cop.

    I am so glad Ms. Orey was not killed, she has a daughter to raise, and now has a voice.

    The offending cop needs prison time, to reflect why shooting an innocent person is wrong. I don’t think cops care if they shoot innocent people. And
    this is evident in the remarks of Sheriff Gore. He tried to minimize the attempted murder by saying “the female” (not human being) “was shot in
    the ARM, and is recovering.” Is Sheriff Gore a Robot? Does he look up
    in a book how to respond to his under sheriff’s trying to kill an innocent

    Ms. Orey is an awarded vet, and should NOT have her backyard trespassed,
    and shot by an incompetent police officer that cannot distinguish the millions
    of us homeowners vs a masked man. Shoot First, ask questions later… This
    policy of many police departments, should be reversed.

    The cop who shot Ms. Orey is a criminal. He tried to kill an innocent person.
    He aimed at her heart, not her legs to maim. He also could have identified himself, or shot a warning shot in the air, or ducked or fell to the ground.
    Why do cops think killing people is a first defense when they are afraid?
    In this case the cop was afraid, and shot to kill without evidence. He had
    the flashlight, she was a woman, unmasked, unarmed; and the police officer shot to kill her. If she “bumped” into him, it was her property…he should not
    have been there without her permission. This is a case of criminal conduct
    by a police officer…you don’t shoot the first person you see 2 blocks from a
    911 call. The “suspect” was never caught, and never verified as real.
    But cops come blazing in with guns drawn on the innocent.

    The coverup by Sheriff Gore will continue until the Orey family goes to court.
    This is the way cops work these days.

  8. Yes, it is how they work. I’m one of a lying deputy’s victims, a woman, and a military vet too. I wish Ms. Orey a good recovery and the courage to sue. It’s one of the few rights we have left. The judge in my federal civil rights lawsuit would not let the county and deputy be dismissed on their motions and trial is now pending.

    1. Yes victims of LEO`s unite : I hope that you win your law suit. I also was going to do the same as you however when the cops got wind of my intentions they told me to forget about it or I would be better off leaving the state and never come back. I have found other ways of dealing with dirty cops besides a lawsuit – I just ruin their live in what ever non-violent way possible -personal, domestic, property or any devious way I can think of and it cannot get devious enough for a puke LEO and I have ruined a few, and I am proud to say that it was some of my finer prouder moments!!!! As in my experience – I hope you win but I hope they do not retaliate or threaten you as they have with me. You see people have turned up missing and never have been found if you know what I mean. The leo`s that i`m talking about is from a small college town in west central WI. where a lot of deer hunters have unexplained accidents don`t ya know.

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