Shocking moment North Carolina police shoot a disabled man who was unarmed and complying with their orders after wrongly suspecting he had a hostage in his trailer

  • Jason Harley Kloepfer, 41, was shot several times by North Carolina officers 
  • Kloepfer suffered wounds in the torso and arm despite obeying orders 
  • Police suspected Kloepfer was a gunman with a hostage  

Shocking footage showed the moment a disabled man was shot by the North Carolina SWAT team despite obeying their orders.

Jason Harley Kloepfer, 41, was shot several times by Cherokee County police after authorities received a call about gunfire in the area on December 12 around 11pm.

Police suspected Kloepfer was the alleged shooter and was holding a hostage.

Kloepfer can be seen in surveillance footage from inside the trailer opening the door with his wife Alison Mahler shortly behind him as both of their hands were raised.

Seconds later, officers fired several rounds at Kloepfer as he collapsed to the floor. He was transported to the hospital in critical but stable condition

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brewer55
brewer55
16 days ago

This one is getting traction on social media. I’m guessing he’ll be living in a new home, with a new car, and lots of other things once his lawyers are done with that corrupt department.

https://gab.com/kellycasey/posts/109736479846343377

Louis Jenkins
Louis Jenkins
16 days ago

Cherokee County will be digging deep into the taxpayer’s back pockets once the lawyers crank up.

Rabbi Will Mccubbins
Rabbi Will Mccubbins
16 days ago

Every act of compliance is another step closer to genocide! Look up every attempt at genocide in the last 1000 years the one common ingredient was victim compliance!

realwesterner
realwesterner
16 days ago

Once it is all settled, Kloepfer won’t have money to worry about. And maybe a few folks get awakened in the process. Let’s hope the fear and pain he has endured have been to some good.

Z-La
Z-La
16 days ago
Reply to  realwesterner

A lot of people wouldn’t have or be able to come up with the money for a lawyer, rendering it as default compliance, which has proven monumental in a variety of cases, and circumstances and in many industries (such as with the medical field; they rely on low-wage workers and the underpaid to carry out their agendas). If a lawyer is provided, what is the anticipated expectation of a successful outcome in a case such as this?

Citizen Joe
Citizen Joe
16 days ago

The police have to change the training. If you ever get the chance, sit in on a training class or watch the training video. They indoctrinate the police to think they’ll die if they don’t shoot first. Throw in an overdose of testosterone and you get shootings like this. Who called the police? Did the dispatcher screw up the info? So much can go wrong.

Citizen Joe
Citizen Joe
16 days ago
Reply to  Citizen Joe

Having watched the video again, I’m going to say something that’s going to anger some people. He didn’t have his hands up. In his right hand he’s holding the little robot. He raises his right hand to the same level we would to fire a gun. Basically, he appears to be pointing it at the police. He couldn’t have known how fatal that mistake could be. He shouldn’t have been shot. But damn it, use your f-cking heads. Let me see, I’m surrounded by police at 5am, they’re telling me to come out with my hands up. I go into the doorway with a black object in my right hand and point it in the direction of the police. What could possibly go wrong?

brewer55
brewer55
16 days ago
Reply to  Citizen Joe

I did notice that too. I’m not sure why he went to the door with it in his hands. But, I also know that when I’m awakened in the middle of the night, it takes more than a minute or 2 to get my senses right.

strider777
16 days ago
Reply to  brewer55

And it would take me an hour and a half a pot of coffee.

strider777
16 days ago
Reply to  Citizen Joe

So, is your argument the victim was justifiably shot by police for brandishing a robot?

Fido
Fido
16 days ago
Reply to  Citizen Joe

It was *their* robot. They were *watching* the robot video. They *knew* he was holding it. They *knew* it wasn’t a gun.

They lied. Repeatedly, habitually. They even said they were fucked when they found the camera.

strider777
16 days ago
Reply to  Fido

Precisely.

kevsh
kevsh
16 days ago
Reply to  Citizen Joe

This is what I was thinking too, a person calls 911 to swat someone and makes up all kinds of bs. “This man is shooting and pointing guns at people and he is holding someone against their will”. This is all it takes for a disaster to take place. I want to hear the 911 call this should be the evidence that narrows the problem down. The problem with dispatchers is they have no discernment.

strider777
16 days ago

“Government is not reason; it is not eloquence. It is force. And force, like fire, is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.” President George Washington

Dan
Dan
16 days ago

AND….they’ll get away with it.

a follower, working on it.
a follower, working on it.
15 days ago

So the Truth comes out and most likely something will be done.
i would still like to know why the first responders did not get an answer at the door before calling swat?
Kal unfortunately for all parties both sides, accidents do happen, even when trained well. There remains a Higher purpose.

Phil
Phil
14 days ago

Who ever gave that order in the sheriffs dept should be fired as well as the cro magnon bad cops

Last edited 14 days ago by Phil