BREAKING: Unarmed Man Killed By Police But You Won’t Hear About This One In The MSM… [VID]


A heated debate has been generated regarding a cell phone video that was just made public prompting outrage. The cell phone video shows Fresno police officers shooting an unarmed 19-year-old man while he was lying on the ground at a Chevron gas station and has prompted an FBI investigation.



However, you likely won’t hear about this incident via mainstream media because the victim was white and his death does not fit the current narrative of racial tension and divide that is currently being perpetuated by rabble rousers like Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and the Black Lives Matter movement.

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On Saturday, June 25, 2016, Fresno police responded to a report of a man walking down the street with a rifle. The officers did not find a man walking with a rifle but did happen to see a lifted, pickup truck doing donuts in a dirt field about a block into Fresno from the adjoining small, country town of Clovis.  The driver was Dylan Noble. Police claim officers sought to pull Noble over, but he drove an additional half mile before pulling off into a Chevron station parking lot. His family and friends believe he was likely either initially unaware that the police were behind him or he could potentially have been looking for a good place for a stop.


There is not a lot of space on the shoulders of the road he was driving on and given the elevation of his truck, Noble could not have just waited in the driver’s seat for the police to come up to his window and ask for his license and registration.  He may have simply been looking for a safe place to pull over. Police officers prefer drivers to remain in their cars as a safety measure and it has been speculated that the police could have potentially greeted Noble with guns drawn if they thought that he had been evading them.


YouTube video courtesy of PoliceCrime

“The subject was told to show his hands,” Deputy Chief Pat Farmer later told the press. “The solo occupant of the pickup truck would show the officers one hand at a time and kept one hand hidden during the contact.” Farmer added, “The subject made a statement that he hated his life and made affirmative movement to the small of his back at which time he was shot several times by officers at the scene.”

Noble’s family and friends believe he was likely reaching for his wallet. They have rejected any narrative that paints Noble as that would state he hated his life.  He is described as full of laughter, with a happy go lucky personality.  His teachers in school, friends, and family all described him as someone that loved everything about life, with a fondness for lifted trucks, mudding, and driving motorbikes. Noble was a country boy through and through.  Those that knew Noble speculate that it was more likely  he stated, “F**k my life” — I’m sure anyone who’s been pulled over by the police for a ticket has felt and possibly muttered a much similar message.



The killing of Noble have received little to no response from outside the community of Clovis and protesters fear that Noble’s death will be ignored because his story does not fit the current narrative put forth but organizations like Black Lives Matter. An unarmed, white man being shot by police while unarmed and on the ground shows that what we have is a people problem, not a race problem.  This is this police department’s seventh police-involved shooting of the year.

What is even more disturbing in light of the video that was released is that it clearly demonstrates a much different narrative than what the Fresno Police released in their statement.  According to ABC 30 Action News

Two hours after attending Dylan Noble’s funeral. Emily Orndoff watched the cell phone video of the officer-involved shooting that killed one of her closest friends.

“It makes you sick seeing someone you care about killed like that.”

The footage is only a few seconds long, but Orndoff describes to us what she saw.

“He was trying to do the right thing he was trying to comply and you can hear him say, ‘my hands are up, they’re up,’ and you see him put his hands in the air and he continues to be shot afterwards.”

That account, she said, is different than what Fresno police said happened.

“They said that he got out and made advances towards the officers. From that video, you can clearly see that he is laying on the ground directly below the door of his truck. If he moved towards them he would be closer to them.”

 The video shows Dylan Noble lying on the ground on June 25 as two officers with their guns drawn stand feet away from him. As officers yell “Keep your hands up” and other commands, one shot is fired. Seconds later, a third officer approaches the pair, and another shot rings out. At one point during the video, Noble can be seen raising his arm and saying, “I’ve been shot.”

The witness video does not show the moments just before the fatal shooting. Two shots already had been fired at Noble before the recording began.  Additional details of the ongoing FBI investigation are available via the LA Times

At this time, we are waiting for the release of the officers’ body cameras to tell the rest of the story, to fill in the blanks of what happened prior to this video began.  The investigation is ongoing with the FBI and the US attorney general’s office.


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