San Antonio, TX Police Detective Benjamin Marconi Ambushed & Fatally Shot While He Was Sitting in his Patrol Car, Writing Out a Ticket

BLUE LIVES MATTER!!!

San Antonio police detective Benjamin Marconi was fatally shot in his vehicle while writing a ticket. The 50 year old, 20-year veteran Marconi was sitting in his patrol car when a black vehicle pulled up behind him and the driver got out, walked up to the detective’s window and shot him in the head. The suspect reached into the window and shot Marconi a second time. Police said Marconi was pronounced dead at San Antonio Military Medical Center around 12:30 p.m. CT Sunday.

This nonsense has got to stop. Why shouldn’t this be deemed a hate crime?

Police Detective Benjamin Marconi, RIP

SA police Detective Benjamin Marconi

A Texas detective was shot and killed while writing a traffic ticket outside of police headquarters late Sunday morning. Later Sunday, two other officers were wounded in incidents in Florida and Missouri.

San Antonio Police Chief William McManus identified the slain officer as 20-year veteran Detective Benjamin Marconi, 50. He said the suspect has not yet been apprehended, and a motive is not known.

McManus said Marconi had pulled over a car for a traffic violation outside Public Safety Headquarters in downtown. While Marconi was inside his squad car writing a ticket, a black vehicle pulled up behind him and the driver got out, walked up to the detective’s window and shot him in the head, McManus said. Then the suspect reached into the window and shot Marconi a second time, he said.

UPDATE I: Police release description of suspect and vehicle.

san antonio suspect car

“This type of crime cannot and will not be tolerated. I ask for the community’s thoughtfulness and patience as the investigation continues and SAPD searches for the suspect,” she said.

McManus said the suspect is a black male around 5 feet 7 inches to 6 feet tall in height, wearing a gray sweatshirt and black baggy pants. The suspect also has a beard, KENS reported.

San Antonio police released an image of the vehicle that was seen leaving the scene, as well as a person of interest who they said may have information in the shooting.

Crime Stoppers in San Antonio is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to an arrest of the suspect.

UPDATE II: Four police officers shot in US cities.

How did we get to a point in the United States where such a thing could happen. There was a time in this country where randomly shooting a police officer would be considered unheard of, and it was not all that long ago.

One policeman was shot dead and three others shot and wounded in four US cities on Sunday, coinciding with an epidemic of racially-tinged gun violence involving law enforcement.

Police were shot in San Antonio, Texas, Sanibel, Florida, and in the Missouri cities of St. Louis and Gladstone, local police departments said.

There was no known connection between the shootings.

In San Antonio, authorities were hunting for a suspect who fatally shot 20-year service veteran Detective Benjamin Marconi twice in the head after being pulled over in traffic in front of police department headquarters.

A police officer in Sanibel, on the picturesque island of the same name off the Florida coast, was shot and wounded during a “routine” traffic stop, officials said.

The suspect, who has been arrested, drove by and shot the officer after he had stopped another driver, Sanibel Police Chief Bill Tomlinson was quoted as saying.

In St. Louis, a suspect shot a police sergeant through his rolled up window as he sat in a marked police car in slow traffic.

In western Missouri, another police officer was shot in Gladstone but was expected to live, the Kansas City Fraternal Order of Police said on Twitter. The condition of the suspect was unknown.

Two Des Moines, Iowa Police Officers Killed in Apparent Ambush Attacks … Suspects Still At Large

POLICE LIVES MATTER!!!

WHO-TV is reporting that two police officers were killed overnight in what is being called as an “ambush-style attack” in Des Moines, Iowa. The incident started at 1:06 a.m. Wednesday with a report of shots fired near 70th and Aurora. The first officer who arrived at that scene found an Urbandale police officer suffering from a gunshot wound. About 20 minutes later, a Des Moines police officer was found shot at the intersection of Merle Hay Road and Sheridan Drive. The names of the officers who were killed have not been released at this time in order to contact and notify their families first. So far, there has been no information about a potential suspect or suspects released by police. There have been no information on a suspect and no arrests have been made at this time.

VIDEO – ABC Action News

Two metro police officers are dead following what is being called an “ambush-style attack” and police say there is a “clear and present danger to police officers right now.”

According to Des Moines police the incident started at 1:06 a.m. Wednesday with a report of shots fired near 70th and Aurora. The first officer who arrived at that scene found an Urbandale police officer in his patrol vehicle, suffering from a gunshot wound. Twenty minutes later a Des Moines police officer was found shot in his patrol vehicle at the intersection of Merle Hay Road and Sheridan Drive. Both officers have died from their wounds.

VIDEO – AP

Des Moines Police are describing the shootings as ambush-style attacks.

At an early morning news conference Sgt. Paul Parizek with the Des Moines Police Department called the attacks a “cowardly act.” He also said, “Somebody out there is shooting police officers. We hope we find him before anybody else gets hurt, we definitely don’t want any of the public, in the community to get hurt but there is a clear and present danger to police officers right now.”

UPDATE I: Des Moines Police Sgt. Paul Parizek discusses the ambush … “There is a clear and present danger to police officers right now.”

As of a 5 a.m. press conference, police were still notifying the family members of the slain officers and planned to withhold the officers’ names, years of service and other details until later in the day, Parizek said.

Streets at both shooting scenes are closed as officers investigate, and classes have been canceled at Urbandale schools today. In Urbandale, the intersection of 70th Street and Aurora Avenue is closed, and in Des Moines, Merle Hay Road is closed between Urbandale Avenue and Hickman Road.

Police had no information on suspects as of 5 a.m. They could not say how many shots were fired or how many people may have been shooting.

Hillary Clinton Completely Ignores Reporters Questions About Father Of Orlando Shooter Attending Her Rally in Florida (VIDEO)

WATCH EXACTLY WHAT YOU WILL GET FROM HILLARY CLINTON WHEN REAL QUESTIONS ARE ASKED BY REPORTERS IF AMERICA IS EVER IGNORANT ENOUGH TO ELECT HER PRESIDENT

After the Seddique Mateen, the father of the Orlando terrorist, Omar Mateen, was spotted behind Hillary Clinton at her political campaign rally in Florida, the media asked the obvious question … whether her team knew or should have known that the father of the Orlando nightclub terrorist who killed 49 individuals was as her rally. Hilary Clinton’s respnse was crickets as she completely ignored the question and walked away.

Sorry Hillary, what’s the answer to the question? How insensitive could you possibly be the the family, friends and loved ones to those that were killed at the Pulse night club? Get a good look America at what a Hillary Clinton presidency will look like. She does not think she needs to answer to anybody.

Ha, and this woman claims she supports LGBTQ.

One Police Officer Killed and Another Wounded in Shooting in San Diego, CA (VIDEO)

BLUE LIVES MATTER, ANOTHER POLICE OFFICER GUNNED DOWN …

FOX News is reporting that another police officer has been killed, this time in San Diego, California. Two police officers have been shot, sadly one has passed away during a traffic stip in San Diego. Which further leads to the obvious, that there is no such thing as a routine police stop. According to San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman, the shooting happened at around 11 p.m. local time (2 a.m. ET Friday) in the Southcrest neighborhood. One suspect has been taken into custody.

VIDEO – WSJ

One San Diego police officer was killed and another one wounded when a driver they stopped Thursday night opened fire on them in the latest in a series of cop shootings around the nation.

The suspected shooter was arrested, and police said they were not pursuing any other suspects. Neither the police officers’ nor the alleged gunman’s names were immediately released.

The determination that the killer acted alone followed a long manhunt in the city’s Southcrest neighborhood involving SWAT teams, helicopters and squad cars.

Video footage showed officers out in force with numerous squad cars with emergency lights flashing lining a street, officers on foot, and a helicopter buzz overhead.

Police said the officers were shot while making a stop and immediately called for help. The officer who died was shot multiple times.

VIDEO – NBC News

LA Times: 2 San Diego police officers shot, one fatally, in traffic stop; suspect held.

Two San Diego police officers were shot, one of them fatally, during a traffic stop late Thursday night in the Southcrest neighborhood, police said.

The names and tenures of the male officers, both part of the department’s gang suppression unit, were not released.

One of the officers suffered multiple gunshot wounds and died at a hospital despite lifesaving efforts, police Chief Shelly Zimmerman said early Friday outside Scripps Mercy Hospital. The second officer underwent surgery early Friday and was expected to survive.

Police had one suspect in custody. He had been shot and was being treated at a hospital, Zimmerman said.

The two officers had pulled over a vehicle about 11 p.m. somewhere in the area of Acacia Grove Way and 36th Street. Immediately after, they called for emergency cover, Zimmerman said.

Other officers were in the area and arrived shortly after. They found both officers suffering from gunshot wounds to the upper torso. One was rushed in a police vehicle to a hospital, where he died.

“Despite heroic efforts by officers on scene and heroic efforts by doctors to save his life, I’m heartbroken to report they were unable to save him and he is deceased,” Zimmerman said.

She said she went to the home of the officer who died and notified his wife, two children and extended family members who were at the home.

Rudy Giuliani Says We Have To Understand More About the Races; However, “Black Lives Matters” is Racist & Anti-American

RUDY GIULIANI SPEAKS THE TRUTH AND TAKES HEAT FOR IT …

Rudy Giuliani went on CBS’s ‘Face the Nation’ and did what Rudy does, spoke the truth that many, including the media, can not handle.  As Jack Nicholson famously said in the movie, ‘A Few Good Men’ … “you can’t handle the truth.” Rudy stated, “Whites and Blacks both have to look at things differently.” He then went on to say, to the horror of an uninformed and agenda driven media, “Black lives matter” is racist.

Check out the VIDEO below tongue lashing and education that Mayor Rudy gave to the liberal MSM. Rudy stated that “Black Lives Matters” is racist and then backed up his assertion with facts. Because if they cared about black lives, they would care about the 93% of deaths where blacks are killed by black crime.

So what kind of a group claims they are for saving the lives of blacks and only focuses on something that happens 1 to 2 percent of the time and avoids 93-95%? Better yet, what kind of a media does the same and pushes a false narrative against authority and police officers?

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Guiliani says the Black Lives Matter movement puts a target on the back of police officers. Guiliani adds, “When you say black lives matter, that’s inherently racist.”

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