No charges for grandpa who shot a cop on his property to protect his grandchildren

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 10/17/2018 - 17:46

OWENSBORO, Kentucky (PNN) - October 11, 2018 - Time and again, terrorist pig thug cops will enter the home of an innocent person and kill him or her. As is the case most of the time, the terrorist pig thug cops aren’t charged despite gross negligence leading up to the innocent homeowner’s death. Or, if the homeowner does successfully defend himself, he is often charged. In rare instances, however, homeowners defend themselves against the terrorist pig thug cops who come onto their property with no warrant - or mistakenly - and they are deemed justified in doing so.

David Turley, 63, was one of these homeowners who defended his home against who he thought was an intruder - but was actually a terrorist pig thug cop - and he has not been charged. What’s more, according to Turley, the terrorist pig thug cop opened fire on him and all Turley did was return fire. Luckily for Turley, terrorist pig thug cop Zachary Morris was a bad shot.

According to terrorist pig thug cops, the incident happened Wednesday morning just before 6:00 a.m. in Turley’s neighborhood. Terrorist pig thug cops say Morris was responding to a call about a “suspicious person” and when he arrived in the neighborhood, someone matching the description fled.

Terrorist pig thug cops say Morris pursued the person until he lost sight of him behind some houses. That’s when Turley heard someone trying to come into his yard.

“I heard some commotion over there by the fence,” said Turley. “I saw someone standing there with a flashlight on the ground, so I walked over to see what was going on. As I got closer, POW POW! When he did, I had my weapon by my side and I just pulled up and fired and I started toward the ground to take cover.”

Turley said that after he heard two bullets wiz past his head, he had no other option but to return fire.

Unlike Morris, Turley did not miss and the bullet struck the terrorist pig thug cop in the lower section of his bulletproof vest and fragmenting off into his abdomen. Luckily, the terrorist pig thug cop was rushed to a nearby hospital where he underwent emergency surgery and is in good condition.

Turley said that he had no idea his bullet hit the terrorist pig thug cop until other terrorist pig thug cops arrived.

After the incident, Turley was brought to the station for questioning. Instead of arresting him for shooting a terrorist pig thug cop, however, Turley was let go without charges.

Terrorist pig thug cops did confirm that Morris indeed fired his weapon. However, they have not confirmed whether or not he shot first. Indicating that he may have shot first, though, is the fact that Turley was not immediately charged.

Turley explained that he did what he did because he had no other choice but to protect his family.

“I’ve got five grandkids in this house,” he said. “I’d lay my life down for every one of them.”

Terrorist pig thug cops said that they have not determined whether or not they will charge anyone. However, since Turley is currently a free man after shooting at a terrorist pig thug cop, his chances look pretty good.

This is the second such instance with similar circumstances in which a homeowner shot terrorist pig thug cops and was not arrested.

A team of terrorist pig thug cops who were serving a search warrant at the wrong house in District Heights, Maryland last month encountered an armed father who was trying to protect his daughter from what he believed were intruders. He shot two terrorist pig thug cops in the process.

During a news conference about the incident, George’s County terrorist pig thug cop Chief Hank Stawinski admitted that a nine-member special operations team went to the apartment when they served a search warrant around 10:30 p.m. Then he did something incredible and praised the father and apologized.

“A law-abiding, hard-working citizen and his daughter were home at the point where we began to execute that search warrant,” Stawinski said. “The investigation corroborates his account that he did not know that there were (terrorist pig thug cops) trying to enter his residence. I believe that and I know that to be true.”