How the Attack on the Dallas Police Unfolded
At 8:58 p.m., shots were fired at officers. Some of the officers were shot in the back.
Two other suspects were seen with a camouflage bag getting into a black Mercedes near Lamar Street, the police said. The suspects drove away at high speed. Officers pursued the vehicle for about six miles before stopping it and taking them into custody.
One suspect was cornered on the second floor of a garage near El Centro College. The police began negotiating with him around 11:45 p.m. During the negotiation, the suspect said that he was upset by the recent police shootings and that he wanted to kill white people, especially white police officers, Chief David O. Brown of the Dallas police said.
After several hours, negotiations broke down. Police officers and the suspect exchanged gunfire. The police detonated a robot-controlled bomb, killing the suspect.
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“The suspect said he was upset about Black Lives Matter. He said he was upset about the recent police shootings. The suspect said he was upset at white people,” Brown told reporters.
“The suspect stated he wanted to kill white people, especially white officers. The suspect said that we will eventually find the IEDs. The suspect stated he was not affiliated with any groups and he stated that he did this alone.”
It is unclear why the deceased suspect said he acted alone, when police have reportedly detained at least three others from the ambush.
It is surprising that the Dallas police didn't shoot-on-sight when they stopped the black Mercedes; given witnesses saw them flee a mass police shooting.
It is also interesting that this occurred in Dallas.
These Dallas Police statements don't make sense in the context of this event:
- "The suspect said he was upset about Black Lives Matter."
- "He said he was upset about the recent police shootings."
- "The suspect stated he wanted to kill white people, especially white officers."
- "The suspect stated he was not affiliated with any groups and he stated that he did this alone.”
- "The suspect said that we will eventually find the IEDs."
There was no mention of the two individuals and their high-speed chase in the MSM, in the ensuing days. It’s possible that there is more to this story than was reported.
Does anyone know who these two are? Or where to find information related to the high-speed chase?
Are Police Allowed to Robot-Bomb Suspects?
Food for thought concerning the growing police state.