november-13-2013

Off Duty Cop Thought He Saw a Child With Pot, So He Fired 7 Fatal Rounds Into His Back

A grieving family is fighting to bring justice to the man who ruthlessly gunned down their son. Jonathen Santellana was 17 years old when he lost his life to Navasota police officer Rey Garza.


On November 13, 2013, Santellana was sitting in his car in a parking space at an apartment complex in Houston, Texas with his friend, Kalee Marsteller, also 17. 

Garza was off-duty, wearing basketball shorts and a sweatshirt when he decided to rush up to Santellana’s driver’s side window, brandishing a gun.

Naturally, Santellana and Marsteller thought this deranged man was trying to rob them, so Santellana put the car in reverse to escape. Garza tried to open the door as Santellana began driving away. 

Garza, claiming that he feared for his life, then shot Santellana in the back of the head and back, killing him.

Garza says he saw “something suspicious” in the hands of Santellana , so he decided to act. Witnesses say he approached the car without identifying himself and without showing a badge at least. He started shouting at Santellana and that’s when the boy decided he was going to be robbed by this huge man and started to drive away. 

Two years later and this killer cop is still out on the streets because a grand jury, as is the case in most instances, failed to indict Garza — in spite of the overwhelming evidence against him. Blue privilege is nothing short of a license to kill.


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November 13, 2013

Three hundred and twenty nine

So it was actually a pretty good day at school. I worked on an online math assignment and am starting to catch up, so that felt really good. I still have a long way to go, but progress is nice.

I went to a Varsity Quiz meeting today. I actually had a lot of fun, and I really think that I did well. I answered the second most questions correctly, which was great. Mr. Snape said he’d love to have me on the team, so I think I’m going to play in the match tomorrow. Exciting stuff!

And that’s all that happened to Jack on November 13, 2013.

LATE UDPATE.

Nov 13: Day 27

Running November 13, 2013, 8:11 pm 


5.52 mi Distance 01:01:27 Duration 11:07 min/mi Ø Pace 262 ft 262 ft 855 kcal Calories This was the last day I went running for a while :( I started feeling kinda gross and extremely tired so I chilled for a bit. Then I just got lazy.

Well I feel like a sack of shit. I’m glad I am getting started on the process to see a therapist tomorrow because this crying every night has become utter bullshit. God I feel like such girl, Chelsea what happened to you? You used to be a fucking hard ass. Disappointment added to the list of shit I am.

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Off Duty Cop Thought He Saw a Child With Pot, So He Fired 7 Fatal Rounds Into His Back
In plainclothes, and without identifying himself, this murderous cop gunned down a mother's child over the suspicion of having pot.

Navasota, TX – A grieving family is fighting to bring justice to the man who ruthlessly gunned down their son. Jonathen Santellana was 17 years old when he lost his life to Navasota police officer Rey Garza.

On November 13, 2013, Santellana was sitting in his car in a parking space at an apartment complex in Houston, Texas with his friend, Kalee Marsteller, also 17. Garza was off-duty, wearing basketball shorts and a sweatshirt when he decided to rush up to Santellana’s driver’s side window, brandishing a gun.

Naturally, Santellana and Marsteller thought this deranged man was trying to rob them, so Santellana put the car in reverse to escape. Garza tried to open the door as Santellana began driving away. Garza, claiming that he feared for his life, then shot Santellana in the back of the head and back, killing him.

Why did Garza commit this unprovoked attack on an innocent kid sitting in his vehicle? Santellana’s parents, Joey Santellana and Roxana Harrison, commissioned an expert in crime scene reconstruction to produce a new analysis, since the investigation undertaken by law enforcement was grossly insufficient. …

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