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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by jkcerda, Nov 13, 2014.
hope things do not get that ugly there. doubt Wilson will face any charges.
guessing he meant at the insurance agency.
The right thing to do is to charge him with the crime and let the courts find him not guilty if that is appropriate.
That kid was shot attacking the cop. The cop will (rightfully) face no charges.
There is no evidence of a crime so what could be the charges?
They are going to riot regardless.
But to charge him anyway? Nope.
If they do find him guilty, we should prepare for crowds of white people rioting in the streets.
Caucasians tend to riot when their team wins
That's highly debatable.
the police shouldn't be shooting people who are unarmed under any circumstances. So unlawful killing on manslaughter would be reasonable.
The forensic evidence leads to that conclusion.
No argument there, unless the LEO is being attacked.
FTFY. Case in point: Canadians at hockey matches.
Mainly because the looters/rioters come from different cities, only some resident protesters want justice, the rest of the walking/rioting/looting fecal matter is just there for new shoes/TVs/ & other items they can sell elsewhere.
So police are not justified in using deadly force unless the person also has a gun? What about someone lunging at them with a knife, or trying to hit them with their car? Or with some other lethal means (fists?) that is not a gun?
only if pumpkins are involved.
You don't bring a "true bill" against someone because you are bowing to public pressure.
That's not the right thing, that's the politically correct thing to do. Which is pure bull **** to drag someone through a trial that did nothing wrong.
So the officer says... Funny how the victim got shot in the top of his head
Top of his head? How, when he was standing with his hands in the air?
Must have been a sniper on the grassy knoll.
Indeed how? I listened to the autopsy report.
IIRC one of the shots EXITED the top of the head.
Which press conference was that?
It was an interview with I believe, the Dr who performed the autopsy for the victim's family
It will be interesting to see what the official report tells us.
eta: From Crump's press conference today.
This is what I'm expecting.
The leaked grand jury info indicated that the thumb wound came at close range, and there were blood spatters in the car consistent with the story told by the cop.
If those leaks hold true, then I'd expect him to walk as well.