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bazooka's Photo bazooka 19 Apr 2014

Ex-cop Dies after Attacking Police Corruption Blogger’s Taco Stand


rayajr, a police-corruption blogger (and taco vendor) was the victim of an arson attack this morning at his home at 1510 of Bragg street in Los Angeles (just south of Macarthur park).


According to rayajr, he awoke at 4:00 am to the sound of his donkey. Looking at his security monitors, he saw that his taco cart in his yard was on fire. He rushed down to put out the flames which were now lapping against his trailer house and threatening his cart’s propane tank. rayajr burned his hands putting out the fire, and immediately called the police. Fifteen minutes later, watching his video monitor while waiting for police to arrive, he saw a man approach the cart (apparently for a second time). The unidentified man then began squirting lighter fluid onto the cart. rayajr ran down the stairs and confronted the man, who then ran. He noticed that the man was wearing a hat and a mask. rayajr chased down and tackled him. The masked man landed face-first onto the pavement, and they both then laid there catching their breath. rayajr claims that he didn’t strike the man, but since he feared the man might have a weapon, he continued to hold the suspect down until police arrived. The masked man died shortly thereafter.
The masked man turned out to be ex- police officer Todd Payne, who had been a subject of rayajr’s blog investigation at Corruption Sucks. rayajr claims that Todd had been harassing him for some time due to his posts and that he and Todd had worked in close contact for several years in the River Market area. (rayajr’s taco cart was on a corner in Todd’s Rivermarket beat).


The LAPD sent the following press release, which doesn’t conflict with rayajr’s narrative.
“1510 Bragg Street. Around 0400 hours rayajr called 911 in reference to someone attempting to destroy his property taco cart).  The suspect left and later returned attempting to damage the property a second time.  rayajr confronted the suspect, whom was still next to the property.  The suspect fled on foot and was caught by rayajr within a short distance.  Details are limited, but while rayajr was engaged with suspect, the suspect sustained injuries that later lead to his death at a local hospital.  The suspect was later identified as Todd Payne, former LAPD Officer.  The investigation is ongoing and no additional information is available.”



To this point, police have expressed no intention of charging rayajr with a crime.

As you would expect, police were not happy to hear that an ex-LAPD cop had done this. Here is a snippet of an overheard police radio conversation from around 5:00 AM this morning: “This is going to put a lot of us in jeopardy with his stupid action.” “Yeah, that idiot dead dude just put us in a lot of danger doing that crap.”

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Title should be "Murdered for putting out a fire". Change a word here and there and this guy is a hero who was killed for no reason.




According to Ean, he awoke at 4:00 am to the sound of his dogs barking. Looking at his security monitors, he saw that his hot dog cart in his yard was on fire. He rushed down to put out the flames which were now lapping against his house and threatening his cart’s propane tank. Ean burned his hands putting out the fire, and immediately called the police. Fifteen minutes later, watching his video monitor while waiting for police to arrive, he saw a man approach the cart (apparently for a second time). The unidentified man then began squirting possible water onto the cart in an effort to put out the fire. Ean ran down the stairs and confronted the man, who then ran. He noticed that the man was wearing a hat and a mask. Ean chased down and tackled him. The masked man landed face-first onto the pavement, and they both then laid there catching their breath. Ean claims that he didn’t strike the man, but since he feared the man might have a weapon, he continued to hold the suspect down until police arrived. The masked man died shortly thereafter.
Read more at http://thefreethough...8WRpu7uyKaQR.99
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View PostJohnny Hopper, on 19 April 2014 - 09:51 AM, said:

Title should be "Murdered for putting out a fire". Change a word here and there and this guy is a hero who was killed for no reason.




According to Ean, he awoke at 4:00 am to the sound of his dogs barking. Looking at his security monitors, he saw that his hot dog cart in his yard was on fire. He rushed down to put out the flames which were now lapping against his house and threatening his cart’s propane tank. Ean burned his hands putting out the fire, and immediately called the police. Fifteen minutes later, watching his video monitor while waiting for police to arrive, he saw a man approach the cart (apparently for a second time). The unidentified man then began squirting possible water onto the cart in an effort to put out the fire. Ean ran down the stairs and confronted the man, who then ran. He noticed that the man was wearing a hat and a mask. Ean chased down and tackled him. The masked man landed face-first onto the pavement, and they both then laid there catching their breath. Ean claims that he didn’t strike the man, but since he feared the man might have a weapon, he continued to hold the suspect down until police arrived. The masked man died shortly thereafter.
Read more at http://thefreethough...8WRpu7uyKaQR.99

I like my version better.  raya's donkey serves as a good watchdog mane.
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View Postbazooka, on 19 April 2014 - 09:55 AM, said:

I like my version better.  raya's donkey serves as a good watchdog mane.

Just shows you how one simple twist or exclusion can change the narrative. Nothing in that article says the substance chemically tested as lighter fluid, so in my blog the story reads "Was likely pouring water on the fire to put out the flames when he was chased down and beaten to death"
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View PostJohnny Hopper, on 19 April 2014 - 10:01 AM, said:

Just shows you how one simple twist or exclusion can change the narrative. Nothing in that article says the substance chemically tested as lighter fluid, so in my blog the story reads "Was likely pouring water on the fire to put out the flames when he was chased down and beaten to death"
Beaten to death?!  His face was gently pushed against the pavement.  It was all part of the apprehension process, right?  It would have been justifiable to shoot out both of his lungs to insure that he doesn't fight back while waiting for more swine to show up.
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View Postbazooka, on 19 April 2014 - 10:04 AM, said:

Beaten to death?!  His face was gently pushed against the pavement.  It was all part of the apprehension process, right?  It would have been justifiable to shoot out both of his lungs to insure that he doesn't fight back while waiting for more swine to show up.

Nobody dies from just being held down for a lengthy period of time while exerting more energy than their body can handle due to adrenaline or drugs. Not even fat people with heart issues. No, this was cold blooded murder of a person just trying to help.
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Bondok's Photo Bondok 31 Aug 2018

Donkey strike.
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Raghavan1's Photo Raghavan1 02 Sep 2018

Its great they didn't charge Raya, in India he would be charged for murder.
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View PostRaghavan1, on 02 September 2018 - 09:04 AM, said:

Its great they didn't charge Raya, in India he would be charged for murder.
He didn't like the pastor so I killed him. That's not illegal right here as long as you have a taco permit.
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