Michael Tobin Show El Cajon Police Shooting of Black Refugee & Ps Miles McPherson Calls For Prayer
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Ps Miles McPherson, Senior Pastor of The Rock Church was with El Cajon Police Chief Jeff Davis calling on citizens for peace and assurance of a fair investigation following yesterday afternoon's fatal police shooting of a black male refugee, after video and reports of the male pointing an object with both hands clasped at an officer while also in what appeared to be a shooting stance.
One officer fired his taser gun at the man as the officer who the man was pointing at fired his service weapon. According to one witness on the scene, the officer shot five times. Another bystander cellphone videoed the event and offered the video for the police to use. Currently the ECPD has officer body cameras on order and have yet to have them issued. There are reports that the officer who shot the man has already had problems on the force with employee complaints and law suits, and both officers have around 20 years on the force.
Pastor Miles McPherson last night and this morning, before the protests began in the streets in El Cajon which have been going on since late morning, had appeared on television and local radio stations calling for the same thing: prayer and calm. Listen to these recordings and you may hear for yourself what the initial statements were from both Ps Miles, and ECPD Chief Davis.
Pastor Miles McPherson of Rock Church followed Davis in the press conference and urged members in the community to pray, and to remain peaceful while the facts continue to unfold.
"We want the truth to come out and the right things to happen, no matter what that means, and we want God to be honored in the process," Rock Church Pastor Miles McPherson said. (Published Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016)
El Cajon, which is about 15 miles east of San Diego, has a population of about 100,000 and has become a home for many refugees fleeing Iraq and, more recently, Syria.
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