Oxnard Police Officers Involved in the October 13, 2012 Slaying of Alfonso Limon, Jr. (with video)

Officers involved in the 10/23/12 slaying of Alfonso Limon, Jr. and Jose “Troll” Zepeda. These officers are still armed and patrolling our streets!

VIDEO: Oct. 13, 2012: Alfonso Limon, Jr. shot to death by the Oxnard Police (WARNING: Disturbing imagery and sound) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oaUu2YeLFWU

“It’s been 10 months and the investigation has been complete and now in the hands of [Ventura County District Attorney] Greg Totten. What is the hold up? We all know the conclusion- ‘the officers felt threatened and acted under department policies blah blah blah!’ These murderers hide behind their badges and drive around in their black and whites as if human life has no price. They need to be exposed an taken off the streets like any murderer is! Justice for all victims of police brutality! OPD is Oppressive, Prejudiced, and Destructive!” – a sister of Alfonso Limon, Jr.

“According to witnesses, Limon, in full view of multiple City of Oxnard officers, put his hands up and yelled multiple times ‘don’t shoot, don’t shoot.’ Despite Alfonso Limon, Jr.’s pleas, police officers shot him and he fell to the ground. While on the ground and still alive, multiple officers approached him and continued to shoot at him and killed him.
… the police officers at the scene were negligently and poorly trained, were negligently and poorly hired, were negligently and poorly supervised (both at the scene and before), and were negligently retained. Moreover, the CITY OF OXNARD supervisors at the scene negligently handled the stop and were negligent in their control and direction of the tactics and the officers at the scene. Additionally, the CITY OF OXNARD and the CITY OF OXNARD police department, and all its employees and sworn officers, were negligent in the hiring, training, selection, retention, and disciplining of the officers involved in the shooting, as well as the officers who trained the involved officers throughout their careers, from the academy to the date in question. Even Police Chief Jeri Williams has acknowledged that, ‘The suspects, keep in mind, were in control of the situation…'” – Attorneys of the Limon family

If you have any information on Senior Officer John Brisslinger, Officer (ret.) Ernie Orozco, Officer Don Ehrhardt, Officer Jess Aragon, Officer Rocky Marquez, Officer Pedro Rodriguez (also involved in Robert Ramirez homicide), Officer Ryan Lockner, Officer Zack Stiles (also responsible for the shooting death of unarmed Timothy Chacon), and Officer Matthew Ross (also involved in Robert Ramirez homicide), please contact us at (805) 3-AVISO-3 // (805) 328-4763!

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2 thoughts on “Oxnard Police Officers Involved in the October 13, 2012 Slaying of Alfonso Limon, Jr. (with video)

  1. ohymgod whoever runs this blog is an idiot. I’m sorry (actually, no I’m not). Police officers live in constant fear of being shot at. Even if that guy ended up not having a gun he put himself in the position to get shot. He should have stayed out of the way (like anyone who doesn’t want to get shot??) I mean common sense people. No matter how much you don’t like the police you can’t do much about it. You can complain as much as you want, but the likely hood that you’re going to get what you want out of it is slim.

  2. When I was 13, both myself and my brother were slammed around by OPD. An officer held a gun to my brother’s head while stepping on his neck. We were walking down the street…that’s it…no more…white but punk rock. This was 27 years ago. I now live in Fort worth tx, where police are the actual good guys. Shame on Oxnard for allowing this corruption to continue and grow.

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