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  • RED FLAG: Did Maryland Police shoot and kill a sleeping man?

    RED FLAG: Did Maryland Police shoot and kill a sleeping man?

    An initial police press release claims "firearms offenses" were involved, but now the authorities are being mum. According to Rene Sandler, a former prosecutor who is representing the Lemp family, Montgomery County police fired into the bedroom where Lemp and his pregnant girlfriend were sleeping without warning. The gunfire was followed by two flash-bang grenades.

    H/T: The American Conservative

    According to a new release from the Montgomery County Police Department, “At approximately 4:30 am on March 12, members of the Special Operations Division – Tactical Unit were in the process of serving a high-risk search warrant related to firearms offenses at an address in the 12200 block of St. James Road in Potomac. During the warrant service, the suspect confronted the officers and was fatally shot by an officer assigned to the Tactical Unit.”

    “Lemp was prohibited from possessing firearms and detectives were following up on a complaint from the public that Lemp, though prohibited, was in possession of firearms,” the statement added.

    “We are undertaking a very intense investigation to determine whether or not there are any claims available to the family due to the intrusion and killing of their loved one in his home. The family was sleeping at the time of the intrusion, and quite vulnerable,” said Rene Sandler, an attorney representing the family.



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