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CHP shoots and kills David Mulder, 43, in Fontana

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They're accusing this brother of killing someone. They're also saying that he was released as part of the statewide "realignment" of incarcerated people--part of the slander campaign against the criminalized population. We'll see what else develops in this case, but for now, we're remaining very skeptical about anything that comes out of the cops' mouths--especially Fontana PD.

Here's a few articles I was able to turn up:

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Last Pomona PD victim identified: John Arganda, 43

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It took more than a week, but the name of the last brother murdered by Pomona PD has been "released." Eventually, things come to light--they just get there much faster when the community organizes and pushes for it.

And while article comments usually must be taken with a grain of salt, it's worth republishing this comment that appeared at the foot of this article:

This happened at our friends rental property. Mom called the police to calm down her 35 yr old drunk son, and ended up watching her son geting shot to death in front of her.

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Rialto officers cleared in shooting of Huston Leron Parker, 24

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Another investigation, another set of cops cleared.

http://www.dailybulletin.com/ci_22890632/rialto-police-cleared-non-fatal...

Rialto police cleared in non-fatal shooting

By Melissa Pinion-Whitt, The (San Bernardino County) Sun
Posted: 03/28/2013 12:36:54 PM PDT
Updated: 03/28/2013 12:42:59 PM PDT

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Jurupa Valley police shoot and injure Anestacio de la Cruz, 35

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Funny how they don't mention the original reason for the stop, huh? Light out? Expired tags? Something legit? Or is it much more likely that they were racially profiling? And again, they are accusing someone of using their vehicle as a weapon. A likely excuse to shoot an unarmed man. Here's the sheriff's press release:

http://www.riversidesheriff.org/press/jvs13-0321.asp

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Off-duty cop shoots at (and misses) youngsters in Moreno Valley

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Another incident from the beginning of the month. We know that these officers are shooting at people all the time, but it is amazing that even when they are off-duty, they are given the same anonymity as when they shoot in the line of duty. This case is particularly cryptic--the agency he works for is not disclosed, and even though the victims (referred to by the police state as "suspects") are not charged with anything, (i.e., didn't do anything) there is no investigation or charges brought against the aggressor.

Here's the sheriff's press release:

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