He WANTED Cops To Shoot At Him To Test A Theory…Guess How That One Turned Out?
There are some people that when you finally manage to hear about them on the news you sort of have to sit and wonder how in the hell exactly they have managed to live so darned long.
Some people might call gangbanger Jose Vaca a dumbass for pulling a gun on police officers, but the haters don’t realize he’s a scientist who was conducting an important experiment. You see, the convicted felon had this theory that cops wouldn’t shoot him if he came at them with a firearm. He was wrong, but that’s how science works: trial and error.
WJLA reports that Vaca, who is not allowed to posses guns, was pulled over in Bakersfield, CA on December 19th. He had a rifle in the car, which he said he bought at an auction, proving California’s tough gun control laws are complete bullshit. Vaca figured he was going to jail anyway, so he decided to test his theory.
“I told my friend one day that I wanted her to believe all police officers are good,” said Vaca.
Vaca’s friend’s husband had been killed by police officers months earlier, so he wanted her to see that not all cops were bad. “First thing that came to my mind is I’m already going to get pulled over. I know they’re most likely going to take me in, but I’m going to need to try my theory real quick and see that it’s true, so she can believe there is good officers in the world,” said Vaca.
Vacate grabbed his rifle, exited the vehicle, and approached the officers who had pulled him over.
“What I was hoping for them to do was tell me, ‘Drop the gun! Back away from the firearm! Get on the ground! Turn around!’ And it was going to be an arrest, but I was completely wrong,” he said.
The Bakersfield police opened fire on Vaca, hitting him 9 times.
“Soon as I hit the ground, I just attempted to play dead, and they fired a few more shots at me from the back as I was lying on the ground,” said Vaca.