Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Another Violent Right Wing Extremist Murders Two Police Officers

Another Right Wing Extremist in the Florida area close to Dannie Baker's hometown shot and killed two police officers. He was another Beck/Hannity fan who hated President Obama and was afraid someone was going to take away his assault weapons.
NWFDaily Reports:
Shooting deaths: 'None of it makes sense' April 26, 2009 - 4:24 PM OKAlOOSA CO., FLA
Joshua Cartwright, a 28-year-old U.S. Army Reserve soldier with a history of violence, killed Okaloosa County sheriff's deputies Burt Lopez and Warren "Skip" York at a gun range in Crestview. A few minutes after he killed the deputies, Cartwright was himself killed in a shootout with lawmen in DeFuniak Springs.
"None of it's logical, none of it makes sense," said interim Sheriff Ed Spooner on Sunday. "He'd obviously just got something else in his mind."
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offense report filed against Cartwright the day he died outlines an angry husband who threatened his wife, kept guns and knives on hand, was "severely disturbed" that Barack Obama had been elected president, and believed the U.S. government was conspiring against him. According to the report, events spun out of control Saturday morning. Cartwright's 21-year-old wife, Elizabeth, told deputies her husband was not attending anger management counseling - something the court ordered after Cartwright was charged with domestic battery against Elizabeth in late 2008.
On Friday, Elizabeth told lawmen, Cartwright was laid off from his job at a telephone store. He also had worked as a bouncer at a bar at one point, and weighed about 220 pounds. About 9:30 a.m. Saturday, a frustrated Cartwright woke up Elizabeth in the couple's Consul Apartments home on Monahan Drive because he couldn't find the Clearasil in the bathroom. He insisted it was in Elizabeth's purse and eventually threw off her covers, picked her up from the bed and threw her back down, pulling her hair with enough force to move her head back and forth, according to the report. She confronted him and "told him this behavior was not acceptable," according to the report. But Elizabeth said she still feared for her life. Cartwright took away two phones she tried to use to call for help, she said. When she picked up one of his pistols near the bed, Cartwright took it away from her. He had "numerous guns and knives throughout the house," Elizabeth told deputies later.
As the argument escalated, Cartwright threw Elizabeth back on the bed and hit her in the face, according to the report. He stopped when he noticed someone looking in their window, which fronts a nearby elevator. But he wouldn't let Elizabeth leave the bedroom. "(Elizabeth) told me her husband gets very controlling and authoritarian when he is angry," a deputy wrote.
She eventually got out of the room and took a Taurus 9mm handgun from her purse for self-defense. Cartwright took that gun, too, then punched her and threw her to the floor, according to the report.
Elizabeth drove herself to the emergency room at Fort Walton Beach Medical Center and called 911. Then deputies began looking for Cartwright to make an arrest.
They learned he'd planned to go with friends to the Shoal River Gun Club in Crestview, a shooting range.
Deputies Lopez and York found Cartwright in the parking lot there, according to the Sheriff's Office. They intended to arrest him on a misdemeanor charge of domestic battery. "They approached him, he was uncooperative, they utilized the Taser, and he went down to the ground," Spooner said Sunday. "He came up firing with a gun nobody saw. He probably had it concealed somewhere." Spooner described the attack as aggressive and well-planned. "To show you how aggressive he was, he was shooting at York. After he shot him, he didn't even turn around," Spooner said. "He just started firing over his head."
Both deputies suffered multiple wounds in areas not covered by their bulletproof vests, Spooner said.
"We don't see anything that indicates they did anything but what they should have. They died brave men doing the job they were trained to do," Spooner said. Cartwright's death minutes later came as he began firing at lawmen in Walton County, where patrol cars rammed his truck, flipping it on its roof near the intersection of U.S. Highway 331 and U.S. 90 in DeFuniak Springs.

1 comment:

Vicente Duque said...

Dee :

I am aware that the trials against Racial Murderers and Right Wing Extremists that kill should be decided by a Jury with the Help of Judges, Prosecutors, Defense Lawyers, District Attorneys and Representatives of the "People" and that they should not be pressed or pressured. But I congratulate you for your fight for Kindness and Friendliness among Races, and for your excellent information that I read everyday.

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But it is a good thing that Latinos, Blacks, Immigrants, Asians, Native Americans and many others go Tomorrow May 1st to Demonstrations.

Many Nice and Kind White People can also go to demonstrate for the Kindness and Friendship to Minorities. And a Rejection of Hatred, Racism, Sadism and Brutality.

Even White Policemen are threatened by this Huge Tsunami of Right Wing Extremism, Racism and Violence. If I was the wife of a White Policemen then I would demonstrate with the Minorities and Latinos.

I would also adise to the Demonstrators to be Peaceful, Calmed, Moderate in their Demands or Petitions, to be Polite, Tranquil, Prudent, etc ...

And to have a lot of Caution, so as not to enrage the Lunatic Fringe of Racists and Haters. Do not respond to their insults, slurs, epithets, or whatever yelling of obscenities.

These Racists are poor Failed Lives, Poor Losers, Poor Boxes of Inferiority Complexes and Inadequacies, the troubled sons of dysfunctional families.

Why endanger the life or integrity of a child, woman or old folks answering to these scoundrels. ??

Demonstrators, Be quiet and polite please !, and shut up your mouths in the face of Bastardy !

Raciality.com

Vicente Duque

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