‘THIS IS THE REVOLUTION’: This Is What Vegas Cop Killers Said Before They Unleashed Hell

The world seems to be getting crazier by the minute. The Daily Mail has reported that a couple in Las Vegas gunned down two cops while eating lunch, and before doing this said that it was part of the ‘revolution’. See below:

A married white supremacist couple gunned down two Las Vegas police officers on Sunday, draped one of their bodies in a revolutionary flag and shot a civilian before killing themselves.

The husband and wife, identified by neighbors as ‘Jared’ and ‘Amanda’ and in their late 20s, stormed a Cici’s Pizza on the northeastern edge of the gambling mecca just before 11.30am Sunday and killed the cops as they ate lunch.

The shooters then ransacked the dying cops’ bodies for ammunition and weapons before covering them with the famous ‘Don’t Tread On Me’ flag from the American Revolutionary war.

The two officers have been identified as Alyn Beck, a 41-year-old father-of-three who had worked at the department for 13 years, and 31-year-old Igor Soldo, who had been on the force since 2006 and had a newborn baby, authorities said.

Neighbors said the couple openly obsessed over conspiracy theories and wanting to murder police officers in the weeks before Sunday’s attack.

‘My officers were simply having lunch,’ Sheriff Doug Gillespie solemnly said during an afternoon news conference.

The duo then reportedly shouted at the horrified diners to ‘tell the police the revolution has begun,’ as they fled the restaurant for a nearby Walmart and callously bragged to a bystander in the parking lot they had just killed two police officers.

Read more: Daily Mail

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