Hunter S. Thompson:
"That was the day that Ruben Salazar, the prominent "Mexican-American" columnist for the Los Angeles Times and News Director for bilingual KMEX-TV, walked into the place (the Silver Dollar bar in East L.A.) and sat down on a stool near the doorway to order a beer he would never drink.
Because just about the time the barmaid was sliding his beer across the bar a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy named Tom Wilson fired a tear gas bomb through the front door and blew half of Ruben Salazar’s head off.”
In Full: Strange Rumblings in Aztlan Hunter S. Thompson, Rolling Stone #81, April 29 1971 http://j.mp/rumblingsinaztlan
“Individuals have international duties which transcend the national obligations of obedience. Therefore individual citizens have the duty to violate domestic laws to prevent crimes against peace and humanity from occurring.” ~~International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, Principle IV