Cops Break Into Innocent Sleeping Woman’s Home, Shoot Her—Now She Faces Life in Prison
Cops Break Into Innocent Sleeping Woman’s Home, Shoot Her—Now She Faces Life in Prison by Matt Agorist for The Free Thought Project
Bobbie Sapp, 49, is a registered nurse, who has no criminal past. Despite never having committed a crime, because of the backward justice system in America, coupled with violent police welfare checks, Sapp is now facing the possibility of life behind bars.
On the night in question, Sapp had done nothing wrong, had committed no crime, and harmed no one—yet police broke into her home, raided her bedroom as she slept, and shot her. Then, they had the audacity to arrest her and charge her with multiple felonies.
Sapp’s nightmare began in September of 2017 as she slept comfortably in her own bed in her own home. Instead of waking up to her alarm that fateful morning, Sapp would wake up to multiple shadowy figures surrounding her in her bedroom, pulling off her covers, yelling at her, tasering her, and eventually, shooting her.
Sapp is so confident that she did nothing wrong that she went on camera recently with News 6 Orlando to tell her side of the story. It is nothing short of shocking. She says the entire incident began because her disgruntled ex-boyfriend used a police welfare check to deliberately harm her. It worked.
“He used this wellness check as a way to put me in harm’s way,” she said.
Indeed, instead of actually investigating the situation by knocking on the door, calling her, or any other number of non-violent means, cops helped this man — who did not live in the house and could have been anyone — break in to her home and then shoot this woman on his behalf.
“My girlfriend was threatening suicide last night, I just came to the house and trying to get in,” Sapp’s ex-boyfriend told the 911 operator.
Sapp says these were all lies. If she actually wanted to kill herself, she could’ve used one of the two guns which she regularly sleeps with. She did not.
“She is very well armed,” Sapp’s ex-boyfriend told the 911 operator when asked if Sapp had a gun.
“She’s threatened suicide by cop before,” he said.
There is no record of Sapp ever attempting to commit suicide by herself or by cop before. Also, if she was trying to commit suicide by cop that night — she would have had to call the cops. She did not call the police.
“I was asleep in my bed. I was not at all contemplating a suicide or suicide by cop,” Sapp told News 6.
Nevertheless, police show up to the home and start taking directions from Sapp’s ex, who did not live there.
“There’s one way into the house to crawl through a window and I don’t want to do that at this point. I want someone here with me,” Sapp’s ex-boyfriend said during the call.
When police arrived on scene, Sapp’s ex showed them how to break into the home and they followed his directions.
“I’m asking if there’s any weapons in the house, he tells me there’s enough weapons in the house to start a revolution,” officer Jeff Marcum, one of the responding officers, said according to an interview obtained by News 6.
Those weapons consisted of two pistols recovered from Sapp’s bed after she’d been shot.
Police claim that when they were breaking into Sapp’s home that they announced themselves as cops. However, when they got to Sapp’s bedroom, they admit that they did not announce themselves and she was still sleeping. She had no idea they were police.