Friday, June 03, 2016

Families of two killed with stolen ICE and BLM agent’s guns file complaint against agency

The families of two people killed with guns stolen from federal agents are seeking to hold those agencies accountable for the crimes committed with their weapons. The family of Antonio Ramos, a 27-year-old artist shot and killed while painting an anti-violence mural in Oakland last year, filed a complaint against U.S. Immigration and Custom Enforcement on Thursday because the gun used in the shooting was stolen days earlier from an ICE agent’s car. The law firm representing the Ramos family — Burlingame-based Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy — also filed a federal lawsuit last week on behalf of the family of 32-year-old Kate Steinle, a woman shot and killed in San Francisco last summer with a weapon stolen from a federal Bureau of Land Management agent’s car...more

Still no word on what that BLM agent was doing in San Francisco.  See our previous questions on this here and here.

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