from The Daily Sheeple:
In March 2014, two Albuquerque police officers shot James Boyd, a homeless man, in the Sandia Foothills.
Boyd, who was 36 and had schizophrenia, had been camping in a restricted area of open space at Albuquerque’s eastern edge. An area resident called police to report Boyd’s presence there.
That call resulted in a three-hour standoff, at the end of which Boyd surrendered.
But surrendering wasn’t good enough for Dominique Perez of the APD SWAT team and former detective Keith Sandy (who retired in December – with full benefits):
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