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Anthony Arambula acted quickly on the evening of September 17, 2008 after an intruder broke into his house. After the invader crashed through a window in the family’s Phoenix home, Arambula grabbed his personal firearm and held him at gunpoint.

Then he made the nearly fatal mistake of dialing 911.
http://www.courthousenews.com/2009/09/23/Family_Says_911_Tape_Caught_Cops_Planning_Cover-Up_After_Shooting.htm

Three Phoenix PD officers were already in the neighborhood when the call went out. Outside the house, Arambula’s wife Lesley informed Sgt. Sean Coutts that her husband had already taken the intruder into custody and was holding him at gunpoint.

Either out of reflexive contempt for a mundane or criminal incompetence, Sgt. Coutts neglected — or refused — to pass along this vital information to his fellow tax-devourers. Before Mrs. Arambula could relay those important facts to the other officers, Officer Brian Lilly shot Anthony six times in the back — twice after he had hit the floor.

“You just killed the homeowner,” gasped Anthony as he bled into the floor of his house. “The bad guy is in there.”

“We f***d up,” Lilly reported to his dispatcher. Fear not, he and his fellow officers acted quickly to address the most pressing issue — no, not the threat to Anthony’s life, or that posed by the intruder, but rather the risk to the career of the police officer who shot the innocent man.

Displaying natural leadership ability, Sgt. Coutts quickly devised a cover story: In the official version, Anthony had pointed his gun at Officer Lilly, yet somehow managed to take six rounds in the back.

“That’s all right,” Coutts consoled Lilly as Anthony was bleeding to death in front of his children. “I got you back … we clear?”

The entire incident was captured on the 911 recording. The audiotape didn’t record what happened next, according to the family’s lawsuit:

“Tony made what he believed was a dying request to the officers; he did not want his young family to see him shot and bloodied. Officers callously ignored his request and painfully dragged Tony by his injured leg, through the home and out to his backyard patio, where they left him bloodied and shot right in front of Lesley, Matthew and Zachary.”

The officers later dragged the wounded man onto gravel, then shoved him on top of the hood of a cruiser and “drove the squad car down the street with Tony lying on top, writhing in pain.”

In order to preserve their cover story, the police insisted on treating Anthony like the suspect in a drug bust, forbidding family and friends to visit him in the hospital.

Not surprisingly, Anthony — who managed to survive being “protected and served” by Phoenix’s “Finest” — still suffers from chronic pain from his injuries, and most likely will for the rest of his life.
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I don't think this story is very credible... I find it very far-fetched. It seems as if the author already has a hateful bias towards police (ie calling them tax-devourers.) I doubt they shot him and deliberately left him bleeding in front of his children and then put his dying body on top of a cop car (even so, witnesses could testify to seeing that). I would take this article with a grain of salt as it seems to serve an agenda...
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I don't think this story is very credible... I find it very far-fetched. It seems as if the author already has a hateful bias towards police (ie calling them tax-devourers.) I doubt they shot him and deliberately left him bleeding in front of his children and then put his dying body on top of a cop car (even so, witnesses could testify to seeing that). I would take this article with a grain of salt as it seems to serve an agenda...


If you look it up.. You find it is a true story. You will also come by a few others like this one, one where a teenager calls 911, because her father was twitching on the floor dieing, The person who took her call told her off because she was panicky, and hung up on her 3 times he did that. hour later he called it in to the local cops saying some girl was pranking the 911 line. All this was taped as 911 calls are. She ended getting help from her nabers to get her father to the hospital. Later she went to the police station to report the officer for his actions. wile there the cops arrested her and through her in jail. Nothing happen to the assholes who arrested her, but the officer who took the 911 calls got a week without pay for his actions. That is all. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UrmnS60420
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Darkphoenix3450 If you look it up.. You find it is a true story. You will also come by a few others like this one, one where a teenager calls 911, because her father was twitching on the floor dieing, The person who took her call told her off because she was panicky, and hung up on her 3 times he did that. hour later he called it in to the local cops saying some girl was pranking the 911 line. All this was taped as 911 calls are. She ended getting help from her nabers to get her father to the hospital. Later she went to the police station to report the officer for his actions. wile there the cops arrested her and through her in jail. Nothing happen to the assholes who arrested her, but the officer who took the 911 calls got a week without pay for his actions. That is all. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UrmnS60420


Ah, you know that one too. A real shame for the girl, how they treated her and all.
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Darkphoenix3450 If you look it up.. You find it is a true story. You will also come by a few others like this one, one where a teenager calls 911, because her father was twitching on the floor dieing, The person who took her call told her off because she was panicky, and hung up on her 3 times he did that. hour later he called it in to the local cops saying some girl was pranking the 911 line. All this was taped as 911 calls are. She ended getting help from her nabers to get her father to the hospital. Later she went to the police station to report the officer for his actions. wile there the cops arrested her and through her in jail. Nothing happen to the assholes who arrested her, but the officer who took the 911 calls got a week without pay for his actions. That is all. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UrmnS60420


Ah, you know that one too. A real shame for the girl, how they treated her and all.


Did you here about the 911 call where two people call 911 telling them about a lady dieing at the hospital , and the Hospital was doing nothing about it, there just sitting there watching as she was coughing up blood and dieing. First some stranger call 911 saying the hospital is doing nothing about the lady dieing in the waiting room, she was just left there to die buy them. The cop on the line said they can do nothing about it because she was at the hospital. Then another call from the same place called in from the husband of the dieing lady, he said there just left her there to die, again they said because there at a hospital they can not help and hanged up on him. ( She died in the waiting room. )
but that happens all the time in America there was another case where a lady was dieing in the waiting room and no one would help her, the cop/guard just looked over as she was twitching on the floor than walked away. 2 hours later still no one helped her and she died. (got love the Hospital in America hmm..) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxtNqZ6sZUo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXcQT-jgI5o&feature=related there is two cases right there.
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Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


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Darkphoenix3450 If you look it up.. You find it is a true story. You will also come by a few others like this one, one where a teenager calls 911, because her father was twitching on the floor dieing, The person who took her call told her off because she was panicky, and hung up on her 3 times he did that. hour later he called it in to the local cops saying some girl was pranking the 911 line. All this was taped as 911 calls are. She ended getting help from her nabers to get her father to the hospital. Later she went to the police station to report the officer for his actions. wile there the cops arrested her and through her in jail. Nothing happen to the assholes who arrested her, but the officer who took the 911 calls got a week without pay for his actions. That is all. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UrmnS60420


Ah, you know that one too. A real shame for the girl, how they treated her and all.


Did you here about the 911 call where two people call 911 telling them about a lady dieing at the hospital , and the Hospital was doing nothing about it, there just sitting there watching as she was coughing up blood and dieing. First some stranger call 911 saying the hospital is doing nothing about the lady dieing in the waiting room, she was just left there to die buy them. The cop on the line said they can do nothing about it because she was at the hospital. Then another call from the same place called in from the husband of the dieing lady, he said there just left her there to die, again they said because there at a hospital they can not help and hanged up on him. ( She died in the waiting room. )
but that happens all the time in America there was another case where a lady was dieing in the waiting room and no one would help her, the cop/guard just looked over as she was twitching on the floor than walked away. 2 hours later still no one helped her and she died. (got love the Hospital in America hmm..) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxtNqZ6sZUo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXcQT-jgI5o&feature=related there is two cases right there.


Hadn't heard of these ones. I mostly direct my bias towards cops in general. These instances are, IMO, acts of neglectful conduct.
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Anthony Arambula acted quickly on the evening of September 17, 2008 after an intruder broke into his house. After the invader crashed through a window in the family’s Phoenix home, Arambula grabbed his personal firearm and held him at gunpoint.

Then he made the nearly fatal mistake of dialing 911.
http://www.courthousenews.com/2009/09/23/Family_Says_911_Tape_Caught_Cops_Planning_Cover-Up_After_Shooting.htm

Three Phoenix PD officers were already in the neighborhood when the call went out. Outside the house, Arambula’s wife Lesley informed Sgt. Sean Coutts that her husband had already taken the intruder into custody and was holding him at gunpoint.

Either out of reflexive contempt for a mundane or criminal incompetence, Sgt. Coutts neglected — or refused — to pass along this vital information to his fellow tax-devourers. Before Mrs. Arambula could relay those important facts to the other officers, Officer Brian Lilly shot Anthony six times in the back — twice after he had hit the floor.

“You just killed the homeowner,” gasped Anthony as he bled into the floor of his house. “The bad guy is in there.”

“We f***d up,” Lilly reported to his dispatcher. Fear not, he and his fellow officers acted quickly to address the most pressing issue — no, not the threat to Anthony’s life, or that posed by the intruder, but rather the risk to the career of the police officer who shot the innocent man.

Displaying natural leadership ability, Sgt. Coutts quickly devised a cover story: In the official version, Anthony had pointed his gun at Officer Lilly, yet somehow managed to take six rounds in the back.

“That’s all right,” Coutts consoled Lilly as Anthony was bleeding to death in front of his children. “I got you back … we clear?”

The entire incident was captured on the 911 recording. The audiotape didn’t record what happened next, according to the family’s lawsuit:

“Tony made what he believed was a dying request to the officers; he did not want his young family to see him shot and bloodied. Officers callously ignored his request and painfully dragged Tony by his injured leg, through the home and out to his backyard patio, where they left him bloodied and shot right in front of Lesley, Matthew and Zachary.”

The officers later dragged the wounded man onto gravel, then shoved him on top of the hood of a cruiser and “drove the squad car down the street with Tony lying on top, writhing in pain.”

In order to preserve their cover story, the police insisted on treating Anthony like the suspect in a drug bust, forbidding family and friends to visit him in the hospital.

Not surprisingly, Anthony — who managed to survive being “protected and served” by Phoenix’s “Finest” — still suffers from chronic pain from his injuries, and most likely will for the rest of his life.


lol, he didnt die from being shot 6 times? ne way if we cant dial 911, who do we call? at least these guys live in upscale nieghborhoods, imagine how the police treat u when u live in the ghettos

they'll kill the victim and criminal, and get away with it peace over war
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Weapon-01 wrote:


Anthony Arambula acted quickly on the evening of September 17, 2008 after an intruder broke into his house. After the invader crashed through a window in the family’s Phoenix home, Arambula grabbed his personal firearm and held him at gunpoint.

Then he made the nearly fatal mistake of dialing 911.
http://www.courthousenews.com/2009/09/23/Family_Says_911_Tape_Caught_Cops_Planning_Cover-Up_After_Shooting.htm

Three Phoenix PD officers were already in the neighborhood when the call went out. Outside the house, Arambula’s wife Lesley informed Sgt. Sean Coutts that her husband had already taken the intruder into custody and was holding him at gunpoint.

Either out of reflexive contempt for a mundane or criminal incompetence, Sgt. Coutts neglected — or refused — to pass along this vital information to his fellow tax-devourers. Before Mrs. Arambula could relay those important facts to the other officers, Officer Brian Lilly shot Anthony six times in the back — twice after he had hit the floor.

“You just killed the homeowner,” gasped Anthony as he bled into the floor of his house. “The bad guy is in there.”

“We f***d up,” Lilly reported to his dispatcher. Fear not, he and his fellow officers acted quickly to address the most pressing issue — no, not the threat to Anthony’s life, or that posed by the intruder, but rather the risk to the career of the police officer who shot the innocent man.

Displaying natural leadership ability, Sgt. Coutts quickly devised a cover story: In the official version, Anthony had pointed his gun at Officer Lilly, yet somehow managed to take six rounds in the back.

“That’s all right,” Coutts consoled Lilly as Anthony was bleeding to death in front of his children. “I got you back … we clear?”

The entire incident was captured on the 911 recording. The audiotape didn’t record what happened next, according to the family’s lawsuit:

“Tony made what he believed was a dying request to the officers; he did not want his young family to see him shot and bloodied. Officers callously ignored his request and painfully dragged Tony by his injured leg, through the home and out to his backyard patio, where they left him bloodied and shot right in front of Lesley, Matthew and Zachary.”

The officers later dragged the wounded man onto gravel, then shoved him on top of the hood of a cruiser and “drove the squad car down the street with Tony lying on top, writhing in pain.”

In order to preserve their cover story, the police insisted on treating Anthony like the suspect in a drug bust, forbidding family and friends to visit him in the hospital.

Not surprisingly, Anthony — who managed to survive being “protected and served” by Phoenix’s “Finest” — still suffers from chronic pain from his injuries, and most likely will for the rest of his life.


lol, he didnt die from being shot 6 times? ne way if we cant dial 911, who do we call? at least these guys live in upscale nieghborhoods, imagine how the police treat u when u live in the ghettos

they'll kill the victim and criminal, and get away with it peace over war


Well I always can call my family. We kinda like the Italian mob, 'see couple people with shades in a black business suites and holding a nice size pistols or hunting rifles chances are you fucked with my family. 'Last time someone was stalking my cozen down in Virgina 5 of my family members living in NY alone grab there guns and headed down to Virgina to remove the stalker for good. another 3 from Florida, plus 2 from Texas. So 10 of my family members not including my family already living in Virgina went down there ready to deal with a stalker. (I do not do such things my self.. I am the black sheep in the family.) (no they did not kill the stalker, just scared the hell out of him to the point he never show his face within 100 miles of my cozen ever again. )
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JJT2 wrote:


Weapon-01 wrote:


Anthony Arambula acted quickly on the evening of September 17, 2008 after an intruder broke into his house. After the invader crashed through a window in the family’s Phoenix home, Arambula grabbed his personal firearm and held him at gunpoint.

Then he made the nearly fatal mistake of dialing 911.
http://www.courthousenews.com/2009/09/23/Family_Says_911_Tape_Caught_Cops_Planning_Cover-Up_After_Shooting.htm

Three Phoenix PD officers were already in the neighborhood when the call went out. Outside the house, Arambula’s wife Lesley informed Sgt. Sean Coutts that her husband had already taken the intruder into custody and was holding him at gunpoint.

Either out of reflexive contempt for a mundane or criminal incompetence, Sgt. Coutts neglected — or refused — to pass along this vital information to his fellow tax-devourers. Before Mrs. Arambula could relay those important facts to the other officers, Officer Brian Lilly shot Anthony six times in the back — twice after he had hit the floor.

“You just killed the homeowner,” gasped Anthony as he bled into the floor of his house. “The bad guy is in there.”

“We f***d up,” Lilly reported to his dispatcher. Fear not, he and his fellow officers acted quickly to address the most pressing issue — no, not the threat to Anthony’s life, or that posed by the intruder, but rather the risk to the career of the police officer who shot the innocent man.

Displaying natural leadership ability, Sgt. Coutts quickly devised a cover story: In the official version, Anthony had pointed his gun at Officer Lilly, yet somehow managed to take six rounds in the back.

“That’s all right,” Coutts consoled Lilly as Anthony was bleeding to death in front of his children. “I got you back … we clear?”

The entire incident was captured on the 911 recording. The audiotape didn’t record what happened next, according to the family’s lawsuit:

“Tony made what he believed was a dying request to the officers; he did not want his young family to see him shot and bloodied. Officers callously ignored his request and painfully dragged Tony by his injured leg, through the home and out to his backyard patio, where they left him bloodied and shot right in front of Lesley, Matthew and Zachary.”

The officers later dragged the wounded man onto gravel, then shoved him on top of the hood of a cruiser and “drove the squad car down the street with Tony lying on top, writhing in pain.”

In order to preserve their cover story, the police insisted on treating Anthony like the suspect in a drug bust, forbidding family and friends to visit him in the hospital.

Not surprisingly, Anthony — who managed to survive being “protected and served” by Phoenix’s “Finest” — still suffers from chronic pain from his injuries, and most likely will for the rest of his life.


lol, he didnt die from being shot 6 times? ne way if we cant dial 911, who do we call? at least these guys live in upscale nieghborhoods, imagine how the police treat u when u live in the ghettos

they'll kill the victim and criminal, and get away with it peace over war


Well I always can call my family. We kinda like the Italian mob, 'see couple people with shades in a black business suites and holding a nice size pistols or hunting rifles chances are you fucked with my family. 'Last time someone was stalking my cozen down in Virgina 5 of my family members living in NY alone grab there guns and headed down to Virgina to remove the stalker for good. another 3 from Florida, plus 2 from Texas. So 10 of my family members not including my family already living in Virgina went down there ready to deal with a stalker. (I do not do such things my self.. I am the black sheep in the family.) (no they did not kill the stalker, just scared the hell out of him to the point he never show his face within 100 miles of my cozen ever again. )


wow...are they trained killers? like ninjas? sounds like an awsome family....i always wanted to be brought up like that...having warrior like siblings...
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Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


JJT2 wrote:


Weapon-01 wrote:


Anthony Arambula acted quickly on the evening of September 17, 2008 after an intruder broke into his house. After the invader crashed through a window in the family’s Phoenix home, Arambula grabbed his personal firearm and held him at gunpoint.

Then he made the nearly fatal mistake of dialing 911.
http://www.courthousenews.com/2009/09/23/Family_Says_911_Tape_Caught_Cops_Planning_Cover-Up_After_Shooting.htm

Three Phoenix PD officers were already in the neighborhood when the call went out. Outside the house, Arambula’s wife Lesley informed Sgt. Sean Coutts that her husband had already taken the intruder into custody and was holding him at gunpoint.

Either out of reflexive contempt for a mundane or criminal incompetence, Sgt. Coutts neglected — or refused — to pass along this vital information to his fellow tax-devourers. Before Mrs. Arambula could relay those important facts to the other officers, Officer Brian Lilly shot Anthony six times in the back — twice after he had hit the floor.

“You just killed the homeowner,” gasped Anthony as he bled into the floor of his house. “The bad guy is in there.”

“We f***d up,” Lilly reported to his dispatcher. Fear not, he and his fellow officers acted quickly to address the most pressing issue — no, not the threat to Anthony’s life, or that posed by the intruder, but rather the risk to the career of the police officer who shot the innocent man.

Displaying natural leadership ability, Sgt. Coutts quickly devised a cover story: In the official version, Anthony had pointed his gun at Officer Lilly, yet somehow managed to take six rounds in the back.

“That’s all right,” Coutts consoled Lilly as Anthony was bleeding to death in front of his children. “I got you back … we clear?”

The entire incident was captured on the 911 recording. The audiotape didn’t record what happened next, according to the family’s lawsuit:

“Tony made what he believed was a dying request to the officers; he did not want his young family to see him shot and bloodied. Officers callously ignored his request and painfully dragged Tony by his injured leg, through the home and out to his backyard patio, where they left him bloodied and shot right in front of Lesley, Matthew and Zachary.”

The officers later dragged the wounded man onto gravel, then shoved him on top of the hood of a cruiser and “drove the squad car down the street with Tony lying on top, writhing in pain.”

In order to preserve their cover story, the police insisted on treating Anthony like the suspect in a drug bust, forbidding family and friends to visit him in the hospital.

Not surprisingly, Anthony — who managed to survive being “protected and served” by Phoenix’s “Finest” — still suffers from chronic pain from his injuries, and most likely will for the rest of his life.


lol, he didnt die from being shot 6 times? ne way if we cant dial 911, who do we call? at least these guys live in upscale nieghborhoods, imagine how the police treat u when u live in the ghettos

they'll kill the victim and criminal, and get away with it peace over war


Well I always can call my family. We kinda like the Italian mob, 'see couple people with shades in a black business suites and holding a nice size pistols or hunting rifles chances are you fucked with my family. 'Last time someone was stalking my cozen down in Virgina 5 of my family members living in NY alone grab there guns and headed down to Virgina to remove the stalker for good. another 3 from Florida, plus 2 from Texas. So 10 of my family members not including my family already living in Virgina went down there ready to deal with a stalker. (I do not do such things my self.. I am the black sheep in the family.) (no they did not kill the stalker, just scared the hell out of him to the point he never show his face within 100 miles of my cozen ever again. )


wow...are they trained killers? like ninjas? sounds like an awsome family....i always wanted to be brought up like that...having warrior like siblings...
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It is better to be neighbors with a ghost than a robber.
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of course i won't dial 911, i'm in the phil. the number doesn't apply XD
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