Pasadena, California police say a false 911 report led to the shooting death of a 19-year-old man. Officers fatally shot Kendrec McDade after receiving a false report about an armed robbery. (March 30)
CALLS TO 911 IS NOT FOR PLAYING….. PEOPLES GET SERIOUS… WE ARE TALKING ABOUT LIVES!!!!!
Damn shame that guy lied, but the police shouldn’t have been trigger happy either. They were a little to quick and precise to the draw. The caller gets the most blame, but I think the police should have used better judgement and waited until they actually saw a weapon. Material is not worth anyone’s life, lies bring death.
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