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  1. #1
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    This is why they kneel

    https://youtu.be/zaGmz4DPlJw

    And it’s time the rest of us join them.

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    The ****ing murdered kneeled on top of his neck, why the duck do that when the man is already down?

    These ****ers need to go to jail for this.

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    Every time this happens there is an outrage for a few days then nothing. Time moves on, it happens again then the outrage for few days then nothing. People still bash BLM and counter with Blue Life Matter, while the democrat leadership comes out with worn-out scripts with no heat for change then go back to bashing Trump. I am more outrage about this vicious cycle then the deed.

    Then I get bash for not voting for Biden. By the way where is Joe? The civil right marcher, when to jail for Mandela, and the best do-gooder for black issues for blacks Uncle Joe. You know Corn Pop buddy

    Then I get bash by the moderated here for not voting for Biden. Got to get that supreme court seat. I will quit before I start cussing out everything in sight. Begging for ten minutes for his life. A forty some year old man gasping for air in the dirt crying for mother lying in his own urine. This is why I have no patience for some of our posters when talking about Black Issues. talk, talk talk talk

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    Pigs.

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    Fascist militias storm the state house with their guns and war cosplay fetishes on full display, shouting at cops in their faces: nothing. Literally nothing.

    Black people gather at the scene of a murder to demand justice: game over.

    Their sympathies have always lied with one side over the other and it's astounding that so many people want to still bury their heads in the sand and pretend like that's not the case.

    Look, there are plenty of good cops out there but until they start speaking up, start holding their own accountable and start changing, collectively they are all pigs.

    I think the left needs more guns. The right and the police have a monopoly.

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    this is awful, and these officers need to be held accountable.

    but to think that this is police in general, that are all racist, or all pigs, is just ignorant and doesn't help anything.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialFNK View Post
    this is awful, and these officers need to be held accountable.

    but to think that this is police in general, that are all racist, or all pigs, is just ignorant and doesn't help anything.
    Probably the biggest obstacle in holding police officers accountable for their actions is their own internal, well-documented, and widespread corruption — in the form of their time-honored rule of covering up for each other.

    Until they break that mold, they will be objects of suspicion and scorn by some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRam View Post
    Fascist militias storm the state house with their guns and war cosplay fetishes on full display, shouting at cops in their faces: nothing. Literally nothing.

    Black people gather at the scene of a murder to demand justice: game over.

    Their sympathies have always lied with one side over the other and it's astounding that so many people want to still bury their heads in the sand and pretend like that's not the case.

    Look, there are plenty of good cops out there but until they start speaking up, start holding their own accountable and start changing, collectively they are all pigs.

    I think the left needs more guns. The right and the police have a monopoly.
    Yeah, sorry but you’re wrong. These cops should be convicted of murder because that’s what they did but to lump entire groups in with this shows how you haven’t got a clue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crovash View Post
    Probably the biggest obstacle in holding police officers accountable for their actions is their own internal, well-documented, and widespread corruption — in the form of their time-honored rule of covering up for each other.

    Until they break that mold, they will be objects of suspicion and scorn by some.
    Yep. The good ones willingly acting as a shield for the bad ones is a huge part of the problem. They aren't out there killing people who shouldn't be, but they willingly act as a deflector to try and ensure that the bad ones don't receive accountability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crovash View Post
    Probably the biggest obstacle in holding police officers accountable for their actions is their own internal, well-documented, and widespread corruption — in the form of their time-honored rule of covering up for each other.

    Until they break that mold, they will be objects of suspicion and scorn by some.
    You are correct about this but then show me a union that does not do this. All unions blindly support their members.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    You are correct about this but then show me a union that does not do this. All unions blindly support their members.
    I would say that most “groups” of people do this even...

    Doctors
    The Catholic Church
    Mafia
    People in inner cities

    All to some degree or another protect and correct within their own groups

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    Before I say anything, let me say this………These police are wrong and should be fired.

    There are somethings here we do not know, There is a video of the police approaching the man while he is sitting on the ground leaning against a building. He is then handcuffed and led off to……a patrol car? (a guess). There was no resisting arrest. The man did noting wrong and the police were calm.

    These police are wrong and should be fired.

    The next video we see is the one that is every where. The man is on the ground with the police officer's knee on his neck and the man screaming that he cannot breathe. How and why did he get on the ground? What happened to put him there? What have we not seen?

    These police are wrong and should be fired.

    The man keeps screaming "I can't breathe," yet he is able to speak the words clearly. If he couldn't breathe he would not have been able to say that to the degree that it is so understandable. It also doesn't appear that the police officer is exerting any pressure on the man's neck with his knee. This in no way is meant to justify what the police officer did. It is merely meant to point out that there are other details that will be addressed.

    These police are wrong and should be fired.

    If the man was cuffed, why did the police officer(s) not just pick him up and put him in the patrol car??? Especially after it was pointed out that the man's nose was bleeding. And why keep him on the ground for almost 8-10 minutes??? What were the police waiting for at this point??? What else was going on???

    These police are wrong and should be fired.

    This problem could get worse if, after the autopsy, (and this is entirely possible) it is revealed that the man died from something else other than being choked by the police. Somewhere it read that one of the officers thought the man might be "under the influence." The public will scream cover up even if the autopsy is true and the situation will become worse.

    These police are wrong and should be fired.

    Again none of this ^^^ is meant to mitigate what happened. The man is dead and the police clearly overreacted again and are responsible. I am just pointing out that there is a great deal that we do not know as yet. Stay tuned.

    These police are wrong and should be fired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    Before I say anything, let me say this………These police are wrong and should be fired.

    There are somethings here we do not know, There is a video of the police approaching the man while he is sitting on the ground leaning against a building. He is then handcuffed and led off to……a patrol car? (a guess). There was no resisting arrest. The man did noting wrong and the police were calm.

    These police are wrong and should be fired.

    The next video we see is the one that is every where. The man is on the ground with the police officer's knee on his neck and the man screaming that he cannot breathe. How and why did he get on the ground? What happened to put him there? What have we not seen?

    These police are wrong and should be fired.

    The man keeps screaming "I can't breathe," yet he is able to speak the words clearly. If he couldn't breathe he would not have been able to say that to the degree that it is so understandable. It also doesn't appear that the police officer is exerting any pressure on the man's neck with his knee. This in no way is meant to justify what the police officer did. It is merely meant to point out that there are other details that will be addressed.

    These police are wrong and should be fired.

    If the man was cuffed, why did the police officer(s) not just pick him up and put him in the patrol car??? Especially after it was pointed out that the man's nose was bleeding. And why keep him on the ground for almost 8-10 minutes??? What were the police waiting for at this point??? What else was going on???

    These police are wrong and should be fired.

    This problem could get worse if, after the autopsy, (and this is entirely possible) it is revealed that the man died from something else other than being choked by the police. Somewhere it read that one of the officers thought the man might be "under the influence." The public will scream cover up even if the autopsy is true and the situation will become worse.

    These police are wrong and should be fired.

    Again none of this ^^^ is meant to mitigate what happened. The man is dead and the police clearly overreacted again and are responsible. I am just pointing out that there is a great deal that we do not know as yet. Stay tuned.

    These police are wrong and should be fired.
    And you wonder why people call you racist here. The bolded line that you keep repeating, you really think anyone believes that is your stance? Or should we just read between the lines where you're looking for anything here to jump on that shows this guy got what was coming to him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pierzynski4Prez View Post
    And you wonder why people call you racist here. The bolded line that you keep repeating, you really think anyone believes that is your stance? Or should we just read between the lines where you're looking for anything here to jump on that shows this guy got what was coming to him?
    It is kind of funny that he had a literal "read between the lines" post

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