Lol...so you don't know what kind of pressure these cops go through. Like I said, easy to be high and mighty behind the safety of your computer.Im an electrician
Its a job thats statistically MORE DANGEROUS than being a cop
I have a greater chance of being killed or hurt on the job than they do
they can suck it up and maybe not hire shitbag psychos
The cops attacked the wrong house looking for someone who doesn't live there and murdered a woman in her bed
NO CHARGES FILED
Well,the cops were 'defending themselves' from Taylors boyfriend, who fired a shot from his LEGAL firearm as unknown people attacked his residence
In 'defense' they fired over TWENTY TIMES and hit Taylor FIVE TIMES
yall remember when 'libertarians' and 2nd amendment nuts like @Joe E would tell us they need guns to protect themselves against the 'state'?
they defending Walker here? or are they,instead,bitching about the protests after YET ANOTHER GROUP OF COPS ISNT CHARGED AFTER MURDERING A CITIZEN?
AN INNOCENT UNARMED SLEEPING CITIZEN
as a fun added fact Kentucky is a 'stand your ground' state where Kenneth Walker ,defending himself against unknown intruders,was arrested for it.............despite HAVING THE RIGHT TO DEFEND HIMSELF
unless its against the cops, apparently
good news is Trump thinks its a 'brilliant' decision
'Really brilliant': Trump praises Ky. prosecutor after no charges in Breonna Taylor's death
will the bootlickers excuse this and concentrate on the resulting protests instead?
or will they finally admit there is a fucking massive problem and NOTHING is going to solve it unless we act?
boo hooLol...so you don't know what kind of pressure these cops go through. Like I said, easy to be high and mighty behind the safety of your computer.
Do you at least agree on picking battles? That not every black person the cops shoot is a victim? That not every cop is a murdering psychopath?
So we have to do this again. Comparing the cases is idiotic because one case was a question of if someone did something vs if something that someone did was illegal. Two completely different issues.
I watched the entire OJ trial so I know what the jury saw and heard, they got it wrong obviously and we know why.
The Taylor case is about if what the cops did was illegal. It was not illegal obviously and a jury as well as legal expert after legal expert has made that clear.
You only need to know two things in the Taylor case.
1- the cops went in legally. A search warrant is proof of that.
2- it is not illegal t9 shoot back at someone if you are shot at when you are somewhere legally.
End of case and a no brainer.
You seem angry as fuck. I always thought you'd be above your emotions. Turns out you're just another emotional driven, sensitive, I'm offended person...there's a lot of you these days.boo hoo
they cant help themselves
they are under so much pressure they have to shoot guys crawling on the carpet
wont anyone think of the cops???????
Good news is, the murdering piece of shit cop is now charged with murder.WTF?!
If that’s true it’s fucked beyond belief.
Bloody hell policing in the US is fucked
This was the same guy tweeting his support for police not too long ago, right?Man killed in Wolfe City police shooting was 'pillar of the community,' witness says
Relatives of Jonathan Price said he was trying to defuse a fight when he was shot and killed. A Wolfe City police officer was placed on administrative leave.
April Louis called her brother a "miracle baby."
"Everybody loved Jonathan. Everybody. Black, white, Mexican, it don't matter," April Louis said.
She said her brother was a mentor and a trainer.
Civil rights lawyer Lee Merritt also posted about Price's death. He said he had spoken to the man's family.
"When police arrived, I’m told, he raised his hands and attempted to explain what was going on," Merritt wrote on Facebook. "Police fired tasers at him and when his body convulsed from the electrical current, they 'perceived a threat' and shot him to death."
The Texas Rangers are investigating the shooting at the request of the city's police department. Officials with the Hunt County Sheriff's Office were also seen at the scene.
The officer has been placed on leave pending the result of the investigation, Wolfe City officials said in a post to Facebook on Sunday.
The Texas Rangers routinely investigate officer-involved shootings for law enforcement agencies across the state. The death of Botham Jean in Dallas was one such high-profile case the Texas Rangers worked on.