Miami-Dade police in killing spree shoot 2 unarmed men 377 times
Outrageous Shooting Spree
In May of 2015 Miami cops pull off an outrageous shooting spree in the middle of a residential area. Adrian Montesano, 27, robbed a Walgreens and then, in a nearby trailer park, shot officer Saul Rodriguez.
By 5 am every cop in South Florida was looking for Adrian Montesano, who had stolen Rodriguez’s patrol vehicle. He then drove it to his grandmother’s house and fled in her blue Volvo.
It is not known when, or how, but Corsini Valdes, 50, who had not taken part in Montesano’s crime spree, joined him in his grandmother’sd Volvo.
After a wild chase, Montesano crashed the Volvo in the backyard of a townhouse on 65th street, just off 27th Avenue. The car was wedged tight between a tree and a light pole, with no chance of moving.
that in less than a minute the cops opened fire, shooting more than 50 times into the Volvo.
‘They were saying put your hands up, and the guys were still moving after they shot maybe 50, 60 times,’ Anthony Vandiver told CBS.
‘And the guy tried to put his hands up. And as soon as he put his hands up, it erupted again. And that was it for them. That guy tried his best to give up.’
During the second volley of shots, both Montsano and Valdes, who was innocent of any crime, died as bullets tore through their bodies.
Witnesses say the two men were trying to surrender but the police officers, acting as judge, jury, and executioners, just kept shooting the unarmed suspects.
Yes, both men were unarmed. No weapons were found in the Volvo. But the police decided they had to die anyhow.
M4 Assault Rifles Used
Montesano and Valdes weren’t the only ones struck by the huge volume of bullets shot from M4 assault rifles and high capacity handguns.
Two officers were hit in the crossfire, one officer shot in the arm, and the other hit in the arm and grazed on the head, an injury that could have proved fatal had it been half an inch to the right.
Two others sustained ruptured eardrums from the deafening blasts.
Residents were fortunate not to have been shot in the wild and uncontrolled shooting.
‘It was like the Wild Wild West, man, crazy,’ said Vandiver, who barely made it through the back door of his home before the gunfire erupted, told CBS.
Cops Tasting Blood
It’s not every day that police have a free-fire kill zone and can shoot at will. And in this incident, their wish came true and they
did just that. With the taste of blood in their mouth, they lost all restraint and had a good old shoot-em-up.
‘Shooting just wild; shooting all over the place. Bullets could have come through the window. Anything could have happened man. They weren’t thinking, they weren’t thinking at all,” said another witness who doesn’t want his name published for fear of retaliation.
CBS reports that the indiscriminate shooting of Miami-Dade police officers shows that they lost sight of their own training and failed to listen to their radios or coordinate their actions. Their irresponsible shooting endangered the public as well as themselves.
Bullet holes were blasted into a townhouse where a 12-year-old dove for cover and a four-month-old baby slept in a crib. Bullets from Miami-Dade police also struck houses, parked cars, and businesses in the neighborhood.
And the Miami-Dade police just kept shooting and shooting.
Another neighbor stated that officers were laughing as the bullet-riddled bodies of Montesano and Valdes were pulled from the Volvo.
‘The policemen that had on the black and white vests were out there laughing like it was so funny,’ the neighbor told CBS.
‘Because they got a free shot off them people. Shooting all them bullets like that, that don’t make no sense.’
Two different officers were struck by so-called friendly fire. Other officers had their eardrums ruptured from the sheer duration of the fire.
Senior commanders admit they are very lucky more officers weren’t seriously hurt or killed. Even more haunting is the danger the residents in the area faced. At the time of the shooting, parents were getting their kids ready for school and across the street men and women stood exposed on a Metrorail platform.
“Get all the officers off to the side. We’ve got to get rescue in here,” one panicked officer could be heard saying on a radio transmission. “There’s too many officers here! Back them up!!”
Adrian Montesano and his passenger, Corsini Valdes, were long dead by that time, but officers continued to fire.
“That was it for them. That guy tried his best to give up,” Vandiver recounted “I swear to God; on everything I love, my kids my momma, everything. I seen it all.”
What surprises us at The American Police State is that the officers did not call in cadets from the police academy so they could get some target practice with live bodies.
Or maybe they did but the cadets had the bad luck of not getting there in time?
All the cops that were shot recovered from their injuries.
And, after a ‘deep’ investigation by The Florida State Attorney’s Office and the Miami Dade Police, all officers involved in the incident were cleared of any wrongdoing.
Hmmm, really? How did we know that before they even announced that there would be an investigation?
Just another day in the lives of American Police officers killing with impunity.
And then, they all went home and had great sex with their wives.
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