Police Kill Man In Front of His Family Within 2 Seconds of Opening His Door

Roy Evans Jr. was assassinated in his vehicle in Strongsville, Ohio, in front of his girlfriend and his children.

Jack Burns | The Free Thought Project

Strongsville, OH — Roy Evans Jr. was assassinated in his vehicle in Strongsville, Ohio, in front of his girlfriend and his children.

The family was returning home from a carpeting job they were working, when police attempted to pull over Evans’ van for a minor traffic violation

Evans shouldn’t have done it, but according to his girlfriend, Amanda Pauley, he was afraid of going back to jail and didn’t stop for police.


Police say he sped away at a high rate of speed, but it’s unclear how fast his 15 passenger van could possibly have been going.

Nevertheless, the police deployed spike strips, disabled the vehicle, and trapped the van, keeping it from advancing.

That’s when the police, in effect operating as would-be assassins, exited their own vehicles, guns drawn, and yelling commands.

Evans can be seen trying to slowly back up his vehicle to presumably pull around the officers’ cruisers, and potentially get away.


That’s when the police ended Evans’ life. Two shots were fired center mass into his chest, probably killing him instantly. The rest of the family, fortunately , were uninjured.

Police dragged Evans’ lifeless body to the ground, laid him face down, and then handcuffed his lifeless body.

He wasn’t armed.

No weapon was found in the vehicle.

And according to reports, he was only reaching to light up a cigarette when police opened fire.

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