Arizona police do nothing when homeless people drown in Tempe Town Lake

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In Tempe, Arizona police officers are under strict investigation after literally allowing a person to drown in a local lake. Oh, if we don’t acknowledge the fact that they did it in front of the man’s grieving wife when she asked for their help.

Arizona police have refused to help drowning people

In Uvalade, after the Texas massacre, we saw 19 trained children standing by the side of “trained” police officers. There were rumors in the news that several of them were afraid to face the murderous gunman. Apparently, the “Services and Security” email went to their spam box.

According to the Daily Mail, the three Tempe Arizona police officers are on “administrative leave of undisciplined pay” while the department is investigating the death of 34-year-old Shawn Bickings. Beckings and his wife allegedly had a “physical fight” before going to the police. While checking the couple’s ID, the Beacons climbed a four-foot wall and jumped into Tempe Town Lake, telling officers he was “going to swim.”

Body camera footage reveals a conversation between the officers and the Beacons, telling him clearly that they would not come to his rescue.

He said: ‘I am drowning.’

An officer then replied: ‘Come back to you.’

Beckings says: ‘I can’t, I can’t.’

Another officer then said: ‘Okay, I won’t jump after you.’

He pleaded: ‘Please help me. Please, please, please. I can’t touch. Oh god help me Help me. ‘

Officers threatened to arrest Beacons’ mad wife for disturbing her hysteria when her husband died.

Bickinson’s wife, who was still at the scene, also asked officers to intervene, saying: “I’m just upset because he’s going to sink right in front of you and you’re not going to help.”

But “BluE LiVeS mAtTeR”, isn’t it?

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