Officers Injured, Suspect Shot on Sta...

Officers Injured, Suspect Shot on State Street

There are 8 comments on the RochesterHomepage.net story from Jan 29, 2013, titled Officers Injured, Suspect Shot on State Street. In it, RochesterHomepage.net reports that:

It was just after 1:30 Tuesday afternoon when 4 Rochester police officers responded with a Court Marshall to evict a man from his apartment on State Street for not paying his rent.

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Since: Mar 11

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#1 Jan 30, 2013
What,no comments from the "crew"? Why I wonder,lol.
hint

Geneseo, NY

#2 Jan 30, 2013
I'm surprised too that there have not been more comments. My reason for holding back is I'm on the fence based on what little info has been reported. We have a man that was being evicted, and clearly didn't want to be. He resisted and threw bleach on some officers. Yes, bleach in your eyes does hurt and can blind you, so my logical mind tells me these officers were justified in shooting at that point, especially since it was also reported the man had a knife, and the cops did try to taser him first and unfortunately, missed. I really don't hate cops you see, and in this case from what little we do know, it sounds like they (the cops) were justified by firing their guns.

“Reality is settling in...”

Since: Nov 08

Stop sweating the small stuff.

#3 Jan 30, 2013
This story continues to change.

Here's a truthful account of WHO and WHY.....

http://davyv.blogspot.com/2013/01/rochester-n...
hint

Geneseo, NY

#4 Jan 30, 2013
Whatever happened, this will be an interesting case. Several questions remain. The main one is, was deadly force warranted in this case? This was an eviction, not a felony arrest. What went wrong?

“Reality is settling in...”

Since: Nov 08

Stop sweating the small stuff.

#6 Jan 30, 2013
hint wrote:
Whatever happened, this will be an interesting case. Several questions remain. The main one is, was deadly force warranted in this case? This was an eviction, not a felony arrest. What went wrong?
Exactly. And this trigger happy police has a history of shooting those with mental disabilities. He needs to be relieved of his gun, badge and uniform.
hint

Geneseo, NY

#9 Jan 30, 2013
If you have a person in your family that is "mentally ill", the easiest thing to do is to just turn your back and leave it to someone else to deal with. To those of you that have done that - you suck! Karma is a bitch.
Truth

Rochester, NY

#11 Jan 30, 2013
CapriceClassic wrote:
This story continues to change.
Here's a truthful account of WHO and WHY.....
http://davyv.blogspot.com/2013/01/rochester-n...
I like how this re-re says Aindino was carrying a BB gun, where as we all know it was a shotgun.

Dummy V really has a (tiny) hard on for cops. He loves giving armed criminals the benefit of the doubt.
Ha Ha

Iraq

#14 Feb 1, 2013
When you get bad cops like this who regularly get away with murder by the onesided corrupt system, it gets easier to understand why a desprate person would take their chances shooting crooked cop!

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