18 mins. ago - Fatal shooting of susp...

18 mins. ago - Fatal shooting of suspect in Osceola ruled justified

There are 31 comments on the Arkansas Online story from Jun 22, 2011, titled 18 mins. ago - Fatal shooting of suspect in Osceola ruled justified. In it, Arkansas Online reports that:

Brandon Fountain, 26, died during an armed confrontation on Feb. 8 as authorities searched his home as part of an investigation into child pornography sent electronically from Osceola to Bloomington, Ind.

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Freak

United States

#23 Jun 23, 2011
I do not know who to believe. This is Osceola & things have a strange way of getting twisted around here. Maybe he did it maybe he did not. One thing for sure is law enforcement never admits something they may have done wrong. They will circle the wagons to protect their own.
arm

United States

#24 Jun 23, 2011
They could have had a warrant in a matter of minutes.

Brandon invited them in which nulled the need for a warrant. Once he was shot and could no longer provide consent, they received one.

It is simple legal procedure.
just saying wrote:
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first of all,they did NOT have a warrant. The warrant they had was for another home. To me it does sound like a cover up. Nothing was said about anything found on his computer. There is no way to prove bf said what the authorities claim he said. However since he is not here to defend himself, it is easy to say he did say it.
Maybe he did what they say he did but the way the authorities are going about it, it sounds like there is a cover up.
CSR

Blytheville, AR

#26 Jun 23, 2011
Note just so you know the warrant was not for his home and it was admitted they found no evidence. So, hmm yeah bullshit.
CSR

Blytheville, AR

#27 Jun 23, 2011
Wait so they worried about a warrant after a compliant person was shot and killed? So he let them in "If you have something to hide you don't do this" confressed to crimes that had no evidence for no reason at all? Sure that happened. And then instead of being under arrest for committing such crime (in cuffs) he went to the bathroom aka for a gun? When he talked to his father i heard he was fine, not at all like a person that was nervous or gonna spontaneously confess to crap they aren't gonna find.
just sayin

Pflugerville, TX

#28 Jun 23, 2011
I'm glad the FBI released this. I'm glad the public can see that he was found to be in possession of what? Some thousand images of child porn. That it came from his email, and that he CONFESSED.

And as for everyone saying that him going for a gun just doesn't make sense? It makes perfect sense. He knew d*mn well that he was NOT ONLY going to the pin for the rest of his life, but would also completely disgrace his family, and shame his family name. More than likely forever ruining his fathers business. So, he turned coward and pulled a suicide by cop. It's common sense that if you pull a gun on an officer, you will die. So, instead of the above happening, he copped out.

And for those saying "there was no confession", I'm sure the FBI recorded the conversation. If OPD has enough sense to record their interviews, I'm willing to bet the FBI does as well.

And for the idiot saying the children were 17 year old girls. No. That is not what he confessed to. He didn't confess to teens. He confessed to manufacturing, and distributing CHILD porn. CHILDREN. Stop trying to down play what he's done.

As for Jessica Lucy. Didn't they say there was a young woman who they could not positively identify in those photos? I doubt she didn't know. And I'm glad her daughters father is no longer here to photograph her, and molest her.

I work with Osceolas community. An I must say. He vast majority.... Believe what's been released. As it should be.
honestly

Belton, TX

#29 Jun 23, 2011
I agree with the last post also. They are not just going to show up in Osceola, with out some kind of proof. The warrant might have been for a different address that doesn't mean it wasn't intended for him. Its sad, but quit harping on it and trying to make it the FBI and everyone else's fault.
tally

Trumann, AR

#30 Jun 23, 2011
report wrote:
The details of that report should have been given to that boy's family, not plastered all over the front page of our "newspaper".
i kno man!!!!
saying

United States

#31 Jun 24, 2011
The public had a right to know also.
flow

Trumann, AR

#32 Jun 24, 2011
yea its public record.death by suicide.he knew what was gonna happen.....who cares about a warrant if he was in to that smutt the ppl of osceola should have kicked his door down and whooped his ass.
Freak

Little Rock, AR

#33 Jun 26, 2011
Now think about this situation. Do you have any idea how much documentation a law enforcement officer has to fill out when deadly force is used? No normal person would want to do it. It is a lot of work and very time consuming. Heck if they use a tazer on someone they have to document that. People have a tendency to believe being a police officer is a easy job. It is not. Just look at the stupid stuff people do here. They take affidavits over childish nonsense from adults every day and must maintain a straight face at the same time.
phoney

Lake City, AR

#34 Jun 26, 2011
wonder why all the swingers in theo was worried about his computer and him gettin caught.is there a connection.i hear the fountains are swingers.

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