Ambushed LASD Officers May Have Ties to Law Enforcement Gang That Killed Teenager in June

“According to Gonzalez, the Executioners are “a band of deputies with matching tattoos that wields vast power at the Compton station” that “celebrates deputy shootings” of civilians. The tattoos in question are of a skull with Nazi imagery and an AK-47, and “members were involved in setting illegal quotas and work slowdowns – which involve ignoring or responding slowly to calls – when they did not get preferred assignments.” Members would only become inked as Executioners, according to Gonzalez, by going out and executing a member of the public in a ritual killing or by “otherwise committing acts of violence in furtherance of the gang.” In August, the same department shot and killed a 29 year-old Black man named Dijon Kizzee. Kizzee was stopped while riding a bicycle for what officers immediately described as a “bicycle code violation.” LASD officers then shot 15 bullets into Kizzee’s body.”

United States Hypocrisy

Andres Guardado was murdered by LASD deputies who were trying to join the Executioners law enforcement gang.

On the evening of Saturday, September 12, two Los Angeles County Sheriff deputies were sitting in a patrol car with the windows down when an unidentified man ran up and shot them, putting them both in critical condition. The 31 year old female officer, who was shot through her jaw, and the 24 year-old male officer had both been on the force for a little more than a year before this incident occurred. In that year the department has had more than its fair share of scandals, including the killing of a teenage security guard by the name of Andres Guardado and revelations that LASD is in fact rife with gang members who call themselves the Executioners. While Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva is pushing the narrative that this was an…

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