HORRIFIC VIDEO Shows Moment Iraq War Vet Was Shot Dead In His Home

DRAMATIC FOOTAGE Shows Pima County SWAT Team Gunning Down Iraq Vet Inside His Home.

The SWAT Team beat in his door and fired 70 rounds at the Iraq War veteran before he fired a shot.

The Pima County SWAT team shot an Iraq War veteran dead in his home.
They shot Jose Guerena 60 times after they barged into his home.

Jose Guerena, 26,survived two tours of duty in Iraq as a marine, only to be gunned down in a hail of 71 bullets in his own Tucson, Arizona home. (Daily Mail)

The Daily Mail reported:

A U.S. Marine who was killed when he was gunned down in his home near Tucson, Arizona, never fired on the SWAT team that stormed his house firing 70 times in a hail of bullets, a report has revealed.

The revelation came as dramatic footage of the shooting was released, showing the armed team pounding down the door of Jose Guerena’s home and opening fire.

The father-of-two, who had served twice in Iraq, died on May 5 after the SWAT team descended on his home believing it was one of four houses associated with a drug smuggling operation.

The terrifying footage shows the uniformed team pulling up outside Jose Guerena’s home, sounding their sirens and banging on the door before kicking it in.

The sound of bullets then rings out as they open fire shortly after entering the home.

Deputies said they opened fire after Guerena, 26, gestured at them with an AR-15, according to the report.

Some of the officers said they believed that Guerena fired on them, but the investigation showed that no shots were fired from the weapon and it was never taken off the safety position.

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