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CRIME Colorado gunman livestreamed 'ambush-style' shooting that killed deputy, report says
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    Colorado gunman livestreamed 'ambush-style' shooting that killed deputy, report says

    Colorado gunman livestreamed 'ambush-style' shooting that killed deputy, report says
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    A Colorado man who gunned down a deputy and wounded six other people in an “ambush-style” attack on New Year’s Eve livestreamed the shootout on Periscope, where he was heard yelling, “I warned you,” before firing more than 100 rounds at them, a report said.

    Matthew Riehl, 37, an Army veteran who briefly served in Iraq, recorded a 911 call and posted a live video on the streaming service Periscope at his apartment in Highlands Ranch as he shot and killed Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputy Zackari Parrish during the attack, FOX31 Denver reported. Three other deputies, a police officer and two civilians were wounded in the shooting.

    “Go away. Don’t come in. I’ve warned you,” Riehl is heard saying in the audio-only recording.

    Riehl then ordered the deputies to identify themselves before several shots were fired.

    “Get the [expletive] out of here. Get out, leave me alone,” he was heard saying as a smoke alarm blared in the background. “Why are you here without a warrant?”
    matthew riehl

    Matthew Riehl, 37, was identified as the gunman who fired more than 100 rounds at deputies on New Year's Eve. (Douglas County Sheriff )

    The gunman then shouted: “Go away, go. Leave me alone. Go, get out,” before gunfire resumed.

    “They broke my door, they broke my door, they broke my door,” he yelled, according to FOX31.

    “Why? Why? Leave me alone,” he repeatedly said until the audio ended with the sound of the smoke alarm.

    Riehl was found dead in his bedroom.

    Earlier, authorities had responded to a complaint of a verbal disturbance involving two men at an apartment building in Highlands Ranch, 16 miles south of Denver. A caller said Riehl was acting bizarre and might have been having a mental breakdown, but responding deputies found no evidence of a crime and left.

    Sheriff's deputies remove a spotlight, Monday, Jan. 1, 2018, used to help investigators processing evidence at an apartment where Matthew Riehl allegedly fatally shot Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputy Zackari Parrish and wounded six others in the Denver suburb of Highlands Ranch, on Sunday. (AP Photo/Colleen Slevin)

    Riehl was killed by a SWAT team on Sunday after firing at deputies. (AP)

    When deputies were called back to the scene, Riehl’s roommate, who had left, gave them a key and granted them permission to enter the apartment, according to FOX31.

    Colorado authorities had been warned about Riehl’s volatile mental state before the shooting, but never held him for a mental health evaluation. His anger against law enforcement officials apparently stemmed from a traffic infraction that happened in November, which followed with a Dec. 13 YouTube video where he calls Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock a “clown” and a deputy a pimp.

    “You know who’s going flub big time next election? Spurlock,” Riehl said in the video called “Fire Sheriff Spurlock.”

    Riehl also threatened law professors at Wyoming College of Law, where he received his law degree in 2010. A Nov. 6 email from Assistant College of Law Dean Lindsay Hoyt told students to notify campus police if they spotted Riehl or his car near campus. In addition, security on campus was increased for several days.

    Records indicated he does not have an active attorney license, FOX31 reported.

    The Associated Press contributed to this report.

    Katherine Lam is a breaking and trending news digital producer for Fox News. Follow her on Twitter at @bykatherinelam


    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/01/02...port-says.html

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    Matthew Riehl, 37, an Army veteran who briefly served in Iraq


    Wonder what his MOS was? Doubt it was 11B ...
    The wonder of our time isn’t how angry we are at politics and politicians; it’s how little we’ve done about it. - Fran Porretto
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    Me too but what is important for the sheeple to know is that he was a dangerous veteran (all veterans are dangerous and should not have guns) and he fired over 100 rounds (meaning we need ammunition control). The drum beats on ......
    Matthew 13:49 So shall it be at the end of the world: the angels shall come forth, and sever the wicked from among the just, and shall cast them into the furnace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistaken1 View Post
    Me too but what is important for the sheeple to know is that he was a dangerous veteran (all veterans are dangerous and should not have guns) and he fired over 100 rounds (meaning we need ammunition control). The drum beats on ......
    And how many did you say come out and go straight into law enforcement....

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    Quote Originally Posted by medic38572 View Post
    And how many did you say come out and go straight into law enforcement....
    I would say quite a few however those are not the dangerous vets since they still work for the man. It's only those civilian vets that are dangerous and need to be disarmed (along with the rest of the civilian population). Governments always demand a monopoly on the legal use of force which is why they have always worked to disarm the citizenry.
    Matthew 13:49 So shall it be at the end of the world: the angels shall come forth, and sever the wicked from among the just, and shall cast them into the furnace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth.

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    "“Go away. Don’t come in. I’ve warned you,” Riehl is heard saying in the audio-only recording.

    Riehl then ordered the deputies to identify themselves before several shots were fired.

    “Get the [expletive] out of here. Get out, leave me alone,” he was heard saying as a smoke alarm blared in the background. “Why are you here without a warrant?”"


    Mr. Riehl demanded the cops leave, and demanded a warrant, which they did not have. The cops continued to advance instead of backing out. Mr. Riehl may have been in fear of his life and defended his home and life with deadly force. The cops paid a price for violating Mr. Riehl's Constitutional rights.

    How much trouble would it have been for the cops to just back out and get a warrant. If Mr. Riehl had survived the encounter and made it to trial, he may have been found not guilty of any crime. It appears the cops were in a killing mood; and why were there so many cops for a "disturbance". Mr. Riehl was murdered alone in his apartment, in his own bedroom.

    If anyone wants to point out there was a "disturbance", the cops always use this as a workaround of the Constitutionally required warrant. The requirement for a warrant to enter a home has not been repealed, regardless of any court rulings.

    The cops and media immediately denigrated Mr. Riehl, calling him a gunman, referring to an "ambush style" attack. This was not true, they were warned and ordered to leave. I'll remind you of the Waco fiasco, where the government and media controlled the narrative, and made unfounded claims to justify their actions. Same here. The cops are controlling the narrative, and we'll never hear Mr. Riehl's side.

    Just think about the corrupt douglas county sheriff's office. This whole episode may have been an assassination of a rival, since Mr. Riehl was planning to run for sheriff. Think about it; this is a guy with a law degree!

    "“They broke my door, they broke my door, they broke my door,” he yelled, according to FOX31."

    "When deputies were called back to the scene, Riehl’s roommate, who had left, gave them a key and granted them permission to enter the apartment, according to FOX31."


    Doesn't add up, does it? The roommate was not in the apartment and did not open the door for the cops, and neither did Mr. Riehl open the door, and he was alone in the apartment. Murder.

    Yep, there was a crime here and it was committed by the cops. As usual, you are being steered to thinking otherwise by civil servants and the media.
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