WHITE COPS: Kill White Man In Walmart Melee and the Media Is Dead Silent

Published on April 11, 2015

What do you think of this video? Apparently this was a ‘Christian’ family who shoved a Walmart employee and then attacked cops.

Video from the dashboard camera of a Cottonwood Police Department cruiser showed a close-knit Idaho family that appeared nearly invulnerable to stun guns, police batons and fists during a melee in a Walmart parking lot March 21 in which one person was killed and one officer wounded by a gunshot.

Via Idaho Statesman:

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A member of the Gaver family allegedly shoved a Wal-Mart employee. The employee called the police. When police responded, members of the Gaver family allegedly attacked them in the parking lot. Investigators have said that three shots were fired and that there was a struggle for an officer’s gun. A Wal-Mart employee and seven police officers suffered minor injuries during the altercation, according to investigators.

Here are the charges against the Gavers listed by the Arizona Department of Public Safety:

Peter Gaver, 55, resisting arrest, hindering prosecution in the 1st degree. Ruth Gaver, 52, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, hindering prosecution in the 1st degree. Nathan Gaver, 27, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, hindering prosecution in the 1st degree. Jeremiah Gaver, 29, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, hindering prosecution in the 1st degree. David Gaver, 18, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, hindering prosecution in the 1st degree.

 

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