Because they were not the police.
They didn't have a warrant.
They were hit men, dressed up as a American SWAT team, but in reality, they were working for a Mexican drug cartel.
They let loose with their machine guns, firing a hail of over one hundred bullets inside
The resident of the home was killed in a hail of gunfire.
The assassins fled in two vehicles: A Honda passenger car and a Chevy Tahoe.
The men were drug cartel enforcers, from Mexico.
They had crossed the border from Mexico in to the United States, earlier that day. They drove to Phoenix, and dressed up in SWAT uniforms, to impersonate American police and conduct a home invasion.
The Mexican hit men assassinated a man inside the home, using military- and police-style tactics,
At the time of this incident, my former colleague, frmr. U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke, told our group of friends the publication of this news would be bad for Mexico-U.S. relations.
Now, for many reasons, I wonder what Burke's true priorities were. I wonder about so many things. With time, I will share more little known stories that will blow your mind.
On December 14, 2018, I sued Dennis Burke in United States Court for the District of Massachusetts, for conducting a lengthy retaliatory campaign against me.