Miriam Carey Was Murdered

Demand Justice for Miriam Carey!

Miriam Carey was murdered by authorities Thursday night 10/03/13.
Our hearts go out to her family and her 1 year old daughter who witnessed the murder.
Our thanks go out to those law enforcement personnel who did do their job properly.
Our sense of justice demands that those responsible for her murder be brought to justice.

The Constitution of the United States of America - 5th Amendment: No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.

This tax-paying American citizen was armed only with her vehicle which authorities charge she used as a weapon when a secret service agent was flipped onto her hood.  (He’s ok, by the way.)  Once she had been caught and her car disabled she was shot and killed while sitting in her car with her baby girl in front of numerous witnesses.

“The car was trying to get away. But it was going over the median and over the curb,” said Matthew Coursen, who was watching from a cab window when the Infiniti sped by him. “The car got boxed in and that’s when I saw an officer of some kind draw his weapon and fired shots into the car.”

This woman had a very bad day and her actions that day were a little bizarre, but she did not deserve to be killed.  The way we do it here in the United States of America is, we apprehend the suspect and bring that suspect before a court of law to answer for his/her actions.  If this had been an unfortunate accident, which it’s easy to image could happen during an intense situation, it might be different.  If this woman was a continuing danger to anyone, then it would be hard to blame someone for believing that sometimes the police have to do what they have to do.  This is absolutely not the case.  This woman behaved recklessly, apparently out of deep frustration, and she probably put a number of people at risk during this event.  The key element here is that after all risk had been eliminated she was shot and killed while she was completely defenseless.

8 thoughts on “Miriam Carey Was Murdered

  1. Richard Lippincott says:

    It was absolutely unacceptable what they did to that poor girl. Cold blooded murder. I hope those responsible, will be brought to justice. Erratic driving, is not a capital offense, but cold blooded, premeditated murder, is.

  2. John Bagi says:

    Yes, when she was boxed in & could NOT endanger anyone, she should of been VERY easy over powered & arrested. The police were doing just what Obama wants them to do, kill unarmed American people! Give up your rights & guns to make Obama king!

    • Monica says:

      Ok Obama has a red dot on everybody’s head in America, that’s the ignorance that our government wants with us Americans. It’s sad That one person gets all the blame when our asinine government is made up of thousands of people. What happened when people thought for them selves and not what we are told on the news and from our one sided parties. I’m not a Obama supporter, but what happened in Washington happened because of paranoia not cause of Obama. That poor women lost her life cause we are all running scared and shoot first then ask questions. It’s truly sad what direction our country is heading.

  3. Donald says:

    police killing and imprisonments are going up and terrorism going down! I rather take my chance with the the terrorist then the police state I don’t want to get shot on the side of the rode flagging down help because my car broke down or because i went to my car in the middle of the night for a smoke!YOU MEAN TO TELL ME THESE COPS COULDNT PULL THIS WOMAN FROM THE CAR LIKE THEY PULL THE BABY OUT OF THE CAR BEFORE THEY SHOT HER UP! THEY ARE MURDERS!

  4. Bill Lowry says:

    A disturbed women in a disturbed society… Another tragic death and a reminder that MEGA-POWER recognizes no limits, disregards justice and needs FEAR to survive…:
    “Throughout the day, the press was speculating that maybe this was a terrorist attack. One question that the media have not asked: Why didn’t the police shoot at the car’s tires, instead of at Carey?”

  5. Peter Buchanan says:

    I’m really bothered by this, I couldn’t believe how was it hardly mentioned in the news. All the layers of security they must have, the manpower, special equipment, battering rams on the police cars, training to stop vehicles with the police cars, etc. and they couldn’t stop one passenger vehicle without filling a young mother full of bullets.
    Years ago this wouldn’t have happened.
    And Congress almost immediately praises them for it. I just wrote my Congressman about this. The law enforcement officials involved should be fired without any pension or benefits. That money should go to Miriam Carey’s child.
    From now on I’m voting against any politicians in office, good or bad.
    There should be a mandatory IQ test for people before they run for office. That would at least get rid of all the Texas Politicians.

    Enough of playing with our lives.
    Vote em out!

  6. misa says:

    This was really fishy. How sad. Any woman driving in that area with her child, I guess has to fear her government. There should be an investigation into just why it was they needed to murder this woman. How dare Congress cheer this act. Oh yes, a bunch of us women in all ages and ethnicities and colors care about this and I’m sure some men do. This was very odd.

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