HOUSTON GAS STATION: Packed with Police Supporters Mourning Death of Deputy, Then THIS Happened

Screen Shot 2015-08-31 at 9.12.01 AMAmidst all the hate and violence, this serene memorial was a breath of fresh air.

One night after Deputy Darren Goforth was executed at a Chevron station in Houston, Texas, over a thousand people gathered at the site to memorialize the man who was apparently murdered simply because he wore a police uniform. There was an outpouring of support for Harris County Sheriff Deputy Goforth, and for law enforcement officers and their families.


Deputy Goforth was shot execution-style at a gas station on Friday night. The officer was in uniform and was putting gas in his patrol car at a Chevron station in northwest Houston. Witnesses told Breitbart Texas that the shooter shot the deputy in the back of the head and three times in the back.

This brutal killing comes within days of a radio show based in Texas wherein a group of black radicals called for the lynching of whites and killing of cops, as Breitbart Texas reported.

Breitbart Texas has also reported that the escalation of anti-white and anti-cop rhetoric has been building since militant black activists and the New Black Panther Party members protested at the Waller County jail just 32 miles from the gas station where the officer was killed. Sandra Bland committed suicide in the jail after she was arrested by a Texas trooper. Her death has been the source of intense national attention. As reported by Breitbart Texas, Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman said, among other things, “This rhetoric has gotten out of control.”

Traffic was backed for several blocks up as people drove by to honor the fallen officer and to look for places to park their car in the nearby residential neighborhoods.

It was a serene environment, where people of all races, expressed condolences to Harris County Sheriff Office deputies for the loss of one of their own.

Officers from various different law enforcement offices and branches, and firemen, were there to grieve for the loss of a man who lost his life because he was a law enforcement officer.

Read more: breitbart.com

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