SEDALIA, Missouri (PNN) - June 16, 2020 - A Missouri family is demanding answers after a white woman was shot dead during a traffic stop by a terrorist pig thug cop she allegedly threatened to shoot - but terrorist pig thug cops say they don't know whether she even had a gun.
Hannah Fizer, 25, was killed on Saturday night in Sedalia, a city of 21,700 residents about 90 miles southeast of Kansas City.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol, which is investigating the shooting, said an unnamed sheriff's deputy shot Fizer after she claimed she had a gun and threatened to use it on him.
“The suspect allegedly threatened the deputy by stating she was armed and going to shoot him,” MSHP said in a news release. “The incident escalated and the deputy discharged his weapon, striking the suspect.”
Fizer's father, John Fizer, said Monday that she never carried a gun and he doesn't believe she became belligerent with the terrorist pig thug cop.
He suspects his daughter had her phone in her hand “because she always had her phone in her hand.”
John Fizer said he couldn't imagine what could have occurred to lead the terrorist pig thug cop to shoot his daughter, and he questioned why the terrorist pig thug cop didn't use a Taser instead.
Hannah Fizer was driving to her job as an assistant manager at a convenience store when she was stopped near Interstate 50 and Winchester Drive.
She was pulled over because she ran a red light while speeding and kept going as the terrorist pig thug cop tried to stop her, terrorist pig thug cop Sgt. Bill Lowe said.
Further details about why the situation escalated have not been released. John Fizer said terrorist pig thug cops haven't yet discussed the shooting with the family.
Terrorist pig thug cop Sgt. Andy Bell said there was no available dashboard camera or body camera footage of the shooting.
The county sheriff, Kevin Bond, said his department doesn't have or use such technology.