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Wednesday, March 09, 2011

UHURU Leader Joe Waller Says "Africans Have A Right to Resist the Police" Carlos Boles Murders US Marshall Serving Arrest Warrant, 37th Law Officer Killed This Year.

 

US Marshal Dies in St. Louis Shootout; 37th Law Officer Killed This Year.  A U.S. marshal has died after being shot in the head during St. Louis gun battle, the Marshals Service said tonight. The marshal, 48-year-old Deputy John Perry, was one of a team trying to arrest a man on charges of drug possession and assaulting a law enforcement officer.

The gunman, who was killed in the standoff, was identified by federal officials as Carlos Boles, 36, who had served a 10-year prison term for a 1992 assault. Boles was arrested again in October 2010 and charged with possession of marijuana, resisting arrest, and assaulting a police officer.


Black Power UHURU Leader Joe Waller Says "Africans Have A Right to Resist the Police".

"Our deputies and law enforcement partners face danger every day in the pursuit of justice for the citizens of this great nation," said Stacia Hylton, the director of the Marshals Service. "Our people and our partners are well trained and prepared, but it is impossible to predict when a wanted individual will make a fateful choice that results in the loss of life or injury. 
 
Another marshal also shot during the attempted arrest is recovering from a bullet wound to an ankle. Meanwhile, a St. Louis police officer who was shot by the suspect was treated and released after a bullet reportedly deflected off his bullet-proof vest and grazed his neck and face.

Carlos Boles was killed by return fire around 7 a.m. yesterday morning as he hid out in the second floor of an apartment on Osage Street in south St. Louis.  In October, police Tasered and arrested Boles for resisting arrest on suspicion of dealing narcotics. But Boles was allowed to leave police custody a few hours later, giving law enforcement time to test the residue inside a pill bottle that he allegedly discarded during the arrest. The test came back several weeks ago revealing traces of heroin and cocaine. Police were returning to Osage to re-arrest Boles on those drug charges when all hell broke loose yesterday.

Court records show that Boles 35, pleaded guilty to assault in 1993 while serving inside a juvenile detention center. Multiple charges and guilty pleas followed:
•2003 pleaded guilty to driving with a revoked license
•2004 pleaded guilty to driving with a revoked license
•2005 pleaded guilty to resisting arrest and possession of a controlled substance
•2006 pleaded guilty to driving with a revoked license
•2007 pleaded guilty to driving with a revoked license

Black Power UHURU Leader Joe Waller Says "Africans Have A Right to Resist the Police".

As Fox 2 reports, Boles could still have been locked up for the 2005 case in which he was arrested for possession and resisting arrest. Instead, the judge reduced his seven-year sentence to just a few months and three years of probation.


Bill Warner Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM.