Alleged Pedophile Shot by Seattle Police Identified as High-Ranking Navy Doctor

Opinion; This is a very good journalism on the pedophile case. Please listeners the crimes are systemic.

An alleged pedophile, whose final moments are captured on video as he is shot by Seattle police while reportedly attempting to meet up with two girls under the age of twelve, has been identified by the Seattle Times as Bruce Meneley, a retired naval doctor who once led the medical group at Guantanamo Bay.

Meneley, who was tied to an address in Hansville, Washington, is seen in the video brandishing what appears to be a black handgun as the officers attempt to apprehend him.

Before his ignominious demise, Meneley had a successful career in the U.S. Navy and was even quoted as a naval doctor by the New York Times in 2016.

As the video makes eminently clear, Meneley’s death is attributable to the numerous gunshot wounds he received ensuing from this apparent threat, as confirmed by the local coroner’s office (cited by the aforementioned Seattle Times).

Meneley, aged 67, arrived at a DoubleTree Suites hotel in Tukwila at around 3:15 p.m. on Wednesday under the impression that he was meeting two young girls, ages 7 and 11, the Seattle Police Department (SPD) says.

He knocked on a hotel room door, where he was met by multiple SPD officers with the Washington State Internet Crimes Against Children Taskforce who were undercover and waiting to arrest him. It is unclear what the suspect had been accused of doing or what led police to set up the undercover operation.

Eric Wehrmeister, a man who was staying at the hotel, said he saw the quick-moving situation unfold.

“I was running, I could see someone firing a gun,” Wehrmeister told KOMO. “There was a rapid succession of gunfire. Good thing they were shooting away from my room. You know it could’ve been a lot worse.”

Seattle police fatally shot an alleged sex predator who pulled a gun on them. Nicole Parker, a former FBI special agent, says that the officers had to react to the fast-moving situation in a split second.


“Praise to these cops at the Seattle Police Department for their quick reflexes and neutralizing the threat immediately so no one else was harmed,” Parker told Fox News. “Sadly, in light of countless recent line-of-duty law enforcement officer deaths, we know it doesn’t always work out this way.”

Parker says that child pedophile offenders are often the most dangerous criminals and can put police in life-threatening situationsAdvertisement“They know when they are caught – they’re going away for a long time and they have nothing to lose,” Parker opined to Fox News, noting that two of her former FBI special agent colleagues were shot dead while executing a search warrant for a child predator three years ago. The officers were taking part in a sting mission to catch the alleged predator while he thought he was meeting two minors. She says the moment police feel their lives are in danger, they are trained to react.

“An officer does not have to wait to be fired at before deadly force is justified,” Parker added. “Officers apply deadly force until the subject no longer presents a threat and in this instance, it appears that is exactly what they did. This was a lawful use of deadly force.”

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