Posted by GirlsJustWannaHaveGuns.com | July 5, 2017
Video of Alexander Bonds, 34, walking out of a store in New York’s Fordham Heights neighborhood – at 12:30 AM on Wednesday – show him B-lining it to Officer Miosotis Familia’s mobile command unit and firing a single shot to her head.
Dressed in all black from head to toe, Bonds then made a run for it.
The officer’s partner called for backup.
“Shots fired!” you can ear the officer scream on an audio recording. “I need a f—ing bus! 10-85 10-85! My partner’s shot! My partner’s shot! My partner’s shot! Hurry up central!”
Two cops responding to the call caught up with Bonds and shot him dead after he pulled a revolver on them.
He was killed when the two cops fired back, with an innocent bystander wounded in the crossfire.
The suspect’s silver revolver was recovered at the scene. The unidentified victim was standing next to Bonds, but had no connection to the killer, sources said. It was unclear if he was shot by the suspect or police.
Familia, a 12 year veteran of the NYPD, was pronounced dead at the hospital a few hours later.
After seeing Officer Miosotis Familia sitting in her police cruiser, Bonds walked up to her without cause and fired a single shot into her face, killing her.
His actions are not against his character. Bonds has an extensive rap sheet, of which one offense is assaulting a cop with brass knuckles back in 2001. His social media is also flooded with anti-police comments.
According to Heavy: Bonds made several posts about police on his Facebook page in the past year.
In another post seemingly about police, in October, he wrote, “Its because they feel the above what they should which is the law but they are not the law SMFH.”
In September 2016, he posted a video titled “Mad as Hill,” in which he talked about police and his time in prison.
A transcript of the video:
“Police man. Those that been up north know man, that police is f*ggots,” he said. “Don’t think every brother, cousin, uncle you got that get killed in jail is because of a blood or crip or Latin King killing them. Nah, police be killing them and saying that an inmate killed them.”
Also in the video, Bonds says, “I’m not playing, Mr. officer. I don’t care about 100 police watching this. … I got broken ribs for a reason, son, we gonna shake. We gonna do something. We can’t be dying for free, getting raped for free, just for them to give you hush money. Is you stupid? I don’t want the money. I want justice. … I’m not hesitating. It ain’t happening. I wasn’t a bitch in jail and I’m not going to be a bitch in these streets.”
His activity on Facebook continues to show his disdain for cops.
A few days earlier, Bonds shared a video of a police officer calling out “criminal cops,” and wrote, “That ain’t nothing new.”
He also shared a video of a police officer in Merced, California, stopping a teen on a bicycle that was posted by Media Takeout with the title, “Tiny Offcer Tries To BRUTALIZE Teen . . . And FAILS!!”
He wrote, “She don’t even know u fuxk u mean,” as the caption.
In January, Bonds “liked” a Facebook page titled “Return Judy Clark to Our Community,” a group that supports the release of Judith Clark, a member of the Weather Underground convicted of felony murder in the 1981 Brink’s armored car robbery that left a security guard and two Nyack, New York, police officers dead. Governor Andrew Cuomo granted Clark clemency in December, moving her parole date up.
It also seems like he was a Hillary supporter.
In November, just before Election Day, he shared a conspiracy video from Occupy Democrats that claimed voting machines were changing Hillary Clinton votes to Trump.
“Watch out also go vote our voices matter believe that if I could I kno u would,” he wrote.
This cop shooting is very similar to the December 2014 assassination of two officers. Both officers were sitting in their marked police car on a Brooklyn street.
Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos were targeted by a gunman who had posted anti-police messages on his social media feeds in the days before the shooting, officials said.
The officer was shot less than two miles away from where Sgt. Paul Tuozzolo was murdered by an armed ex-con in November.