Was the death of Miriam Carey an act of possible murder to cover up an alleged illegitimate child? That is the question raised this past week by Tony Elliott, writing for DC Clothesline. Carey was shot in an incident in which she allegedly tried to breach a White House barricade before leading cops on a high speed chase.
“There may be more to the incident of Miriam Carey, the 34 year old woman who was shot dead for breaching a temporary White House barricade back on 10/03/2013, than we ever imagined,” DC Clothesline reported.
The White House claims to not know what happened or why after an incident that lead to the shooting, by police, of a citizen. News stories about the incident speculated on the mental health of Miriam Carey as a possible explanation for the incident.
“The bottom line is Carey was at the White House to see President Obama, and in bringing her 1-year-old child along should show us she was bringing her daughter to meet her biological father,” DC Clothesline reported, “One thing is clear, both D.C. police and the Secret Service had orders to kill her. Both agencies knew she had no weapons from having her car surrounded to when she got out of her car unarmed. Yet, she was shot dead from behind. There is also the lack of interest from the Administration and the usual race agitators, Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, who, under any other circumstances, would have been all over this.”
The death of Miriam Carey is also questioned by other news publications on various sides of the political spectrum. An article on the death of Mirian Carey in Democracy Now is titled, “A Deadly U-Turn: Did Miriam Carey Need to Die After Wrong Car Move at White House Checkpoint?”
“While the shooting deaths of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown have sparked nationwide protest against police brutality, Carey’s case remains shrouded in a fog of misinformation,” Democracy Now questions, “Initial reports claimed she “rammed” White House and Capitol “barriers” — and that she tried to breach two security perimeters. Those reports have since been proven false.”
Joseph Farah, writing for World Net Daily, raises much the same question, writing, “There are national protests – even riots – over the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Brown was shot by one policeman after significant provocation and violence. The incident was thoroughly investigated by the national and international press. It was investigated by local police, who released findings to the public. A grand jury considered the facts and found no cause for charges against the police officer,” and Farah also points out, “Meanwhile, Miriam Carey, a young black mother with her baby in tow, was gunned down in a hail of at least 26 gunshots by Capitol Police in Washington more than a year ago. She committed no crime, but made a wrong turn near the White House. Few facts have been publicly released, and all official video has been suppressed. Despite investigations by the police and Justice Department, no charges have been recommended against any police officers. There have been no demonstrations, the media have demonstrated a complete lack of interest in the case (with the exception of WND, which has covered the case with dozens of stories) and Barack Obama, Eric Holder, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton have shown no interest.”
The sister of Miriam Carey came to her defense, the Inquisitr reported shortly after the incident in 2013, “The woman, who allegedly suffered from post-partum depression, a common condition in new moms, topped with psychosis, went on a speeding rampage which ended up with a police chase and subsequent death of the woman at the hands of Capitol police.”
Her sister Amy Carey Jones, a registered nurse, told ABC News, “She wasn’t a terrorist, she was on medication.”
[Photo from DC Clothesline.]