Bodycam Footage: Police Gun Down Suspected Child Predator Who Opened Fire on Them

Last week, a 67-year-old suspected child predator showed up at a room at the DoubleTree Suites hotel in Tukwila, WA, a suburb of Seattle. The man thought that he had been chatting with two young girls, ages 7 and 11, on the internet, and that they would be meeting him there that afternoon.

When he opened the door, however, three Seattle police officers were there to greet him. Police have now released the bodycam footage of the incident.

As you’ve probably guessed, the suspect was not actually chatting with little girls on the web. He was chatting with members of the Washington State Internet Crimes Against Children Taskforce.

The suspect thought he was going to meet some kids he could molest and instead found himself face to face with three big cops.

 

That’s when he did the one thing you probably shouldn’t do when you get surprised by the police. The suspect immediately pulled a gun and managed to fire one shot. He hit one officer in the leg and then everything turned into Fallujah.

The good news for the people of Seattle is that they won’t have to bother with putting this suspected child predator on trial or feeding and housing him in prison for a few years.

The suspect died at the scene, which is not surprising when you consider how many times the cops shot him at point blank range.

Police were quick to release the bodycam footage from the three officers involved, and as you’ll see in the video, it was clearly a justified shooting…


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