Sunday, May 16, 2010

7 year old, Aiyana Jones, was shot and killed by police officers in Detroit, Michigan

As 7 year old, Aiyana Jones was in her home, Detroit, Michigan police officers came into her home, throwing grenades and firing shots at 12:40 a.m. this morning to execute a warrant for someone who was involved in a homicide.
The Detroit, Michigan police officers came into this 7 year old home and used a flash bang, which is used to disorient the people in the home and for them to gain control of the situation. Police state that a 46 year old woman, had contact with a police officer and the officer's gun went off and this precious 7 year old, Aiyana Jones, was at that time struck by the gun fire in her head and neck area. Her grieving father states that his 7 year old baby girl, Aiyana Jones was asleep when police burst in and was throwing flash grenade's and burnt his baby to death and then shot and killed her.
M84 stun grenade,
according to Wikipedia if this was the flash grenade that was used. "
It is intended to be thrown into enclosed spaces to distract and temporarily incapacitate enemy personnel for easier capture, or when risk of collateral damage during urban warfare or hostage rescue operations contravenes the employment of traditionally lethal and destructive fragmenting high explosive ordnance. US Army doctrine calls for the M84 to be deployed "during building and room clearing operations, when the presence of noncombatants is likely or expected and the assault element is attempting to achieve surprise."
The police officers went to the hospital with 7 year old Aiyana Jones where she was pronounced dead. What was the need for the police officers to go to the hospital, did the officer need to make sure that he completed his evil deed and to ensure that the child was dead? Is this not a part of the genocide that has been placed on Black USA corporation people? http://www.livinglegacy,
I try to respect all police officers and the laws of the land. It is not enough for the officers to say that it is under investigation, what is there to investigate? You know who pulled the trigger and this innocent child did not have a gun, nor was it stated that anyone in the home had a weapon. Before a warrant is served at a home, should you not already know the people that are living there? Why is there not provisions put in place in case there is children there?
We have to versions of what has happened in the murder of Aiyana Jones the police who use a device that is used in the military and the grieving father who lost his daughter this morning whose version to you hold to be true?
My heart goes out to this family and for the officer if there really is to be justice may there be a jail cell with his name on it for him. 7-year-old girl killed in Detroit police raid -


ngonea said...

Greetings Antoinette, I guess the land of the free will not be satisfied until what is happening in Greece and Bangkok is again happening indside of America, or maybe they would prefer the atrocity they will do nothing to prevent in Hatti, so much like Katrina? Some may not be able to make the connection, it's not hard if you realize this is not an isolated incident and the Military has been merged with the Police to do just what they did to this beautuful little innocent angel, commit murders, Nazi fascist pigs!!!!

Gems by M. said...

This is very troublesome and heart breaking. I hope that charges are brought against the officer who Committed this horrific act against this child. I pray that her family can cope with this terror. No one should have to endure this type of violence in the privacy of there own home.

Anonymous said...

what can worse then this

Apoint said...


A few years ago, the SRT was featured in an A&E "reality" program entitled "SWAT." Viewers learned, among other things, that each member of the 21-officer SRT is given a GI Joe-style "codename" that is "based upon a specific action, or character trait that the officer has. These codenames are used as tactical call signs, similarly to how pilots in the military refer to one another."

If the member of this little club who shot Aiyana hasn't been assigned a codename, I think "Fumbles" would make the best match for his skill-set.

According to attorney Geoffrey Fieger, who is representing the family of Aiyana Jones, the child’s death was not cause by a maladroit SWAT operator. Fieger claims that "video footage shows police fired into the home at least once after lobbying a flash grenade through the window," reports the Washington Post. If this is true, the death of Aiyana Jones would be murder by depraved indifference, rather than negligent homicide.

Before being killed, Aiyana was burned by the incendiary flash-bang grenade hurled through the window of her home. A retired police officer and veteran of "hundreds of high-risk raids" criticized this piece of theatrical escalation in an interview with the Detroit News. "In my entire career, we’ve only used these [incendiary devices] in barricaded-gunmen situations as a diversionary tactic," commented the officer.

This wasn’t a "barricaded-gunman" situation. Flinging a grenade into the home did nothing to unbalance the suspect, enhance the SWAT team’s tactical advantage, or – most importantly – protect innocent citizens. But it must have looked really good on camera.

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