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Let me add just one more thing: my point is, if these men had complied with police orders, they'd still be alive. I'm not saying the police were right or wrong - I'm simply saying the dead men would still be alive.
Yes - when he was told to get out of the car, he should have exited the car.
He was afraid he would die if he did. Are you saying his fear was unjustified?
Where did you get the information all of these men were in desperate need to get to a well lit area?
The military officer drove for two minutes with his hazard lights on in order to get to a well lit gas station before stopping his car. He had no criminal record and had done nothing wrong. But he still feared for his life.
The kid had stopped running and dropped the gun.
In other words he complied? How did that work out for him?
I find it hard to believe you really believe what you write.
I believe what I see. Please watch this and tell me what this man could, or should, have done differently. But more importantly, what should the police have done differently?
One of the police officers accused of using excessive force in a Virginia traffic stop has been fired following an investigation, the town manager said late ...
George Floyd's drug problems and Daunte Wright's criminal record are irrelevant.
By accepting these deaths as just another day in law enforcement you are denying your fellow citizens their 6th amendment right to due process. The police don't have the right to execute criminals on the street.
If you have Netflix there is a short film I saw a review for. It's called "Two Distant Strangers" It's like a groundhog day film where a young black man tries everything he can to not get shot by a police officer. I don't have Netflix, but it looked really interesting.
In "Two Distant Strangers," cartoonist Carter James' repeated attempts to get home to his dog are thwarted by a recurring deadly encounter that forces him to...