Others here have written more about this case, but I stumbled across this at Pajamas Media: dated today. One paragraph struck me as particularly damning if true?
Perhaps Dupnik’s officers assumed every Hispanic accused of being a drug dealer really was one, and perhaps they assumed that the tenant of a home protecting his loved ones must be a bloodthirsty cartel member waiting in ambush. Is that why they gunned down a tired, hard-working father sleeping off a night shift at the local copper mine? A Marine veteran of Iraq that had the discipline not to fire — a discipline that a trigger-happy SWAT team which has now killed three men in less than a year cannot itself exercise?
Emphasis added by me.
TAH has discussed the lack of fire discipline, and the other fancy dancing various spin doctors are doing… but I’d missed the track record. YMMV
Added by Jonn: Frankly Opinionated sends this map from the Cato Institute of military-style raids by police. there are an awful lot of red and grey markers;