Eugene Mallory was an 80-yr-old retired engineer who was respected and loved by his community.
He often helped his neighbors and struck up conversations to offer them the wisdom of his life experiences.
All of that came to an end early one morning as numerous officers bashed in his front door and raided his home.
Moments later, Eugene was found riddled with bullet wounds, in his bed.
This kind 80-yr-old man posed no threat to officers whatsoever, but was executed because cops thought they smelled “meth” coming from the house.
They performed a no-knock raid after “meth” was smelled outside.
Making matters worse, police reports then claimed that they told Eugene to “drop a gun” before killing him.
But the recording of the incident reveals that that was a lie, according to reports.
Eugene actually did not charge officers with a weapon at all. He was shot and killed as he lied in his own bed, according to reports.
After opening fire on Eugene, a cop can then be heard saying “drop the gun” as if he knew he would need to cover himself in court, reports say. No drugs or any contraband was found.
Eugene leaves behind his wife and family, who believe he was unjustifiably murdered.