black lives matter sometimes

She described Mohamed as a good kid who began hanging out with “the wrong people.”

Yea, that’s the ticket.

Mohamed, a refugee who moved to Utah from Kenya 11 years ago, remains in critical condition after two officers opened fire on him on Rio Grande Street. Mohamed and another person were beating a man with “metal objects,” but he continued to attack the man after officers ordered him to stop, prompting the shooting, Salt Lake police detective Greg Wilking has said.

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  • He got what he deserved.

    • Sounds like a nasty piece of work.

      • David Murrell

        Yes, but has a “Muslim lives matter” lobby group formed up as yet?

    • Alain

      I saw had he got what he deserved he would have been shot dead, but I see your point.

  • Brett_McS

    An evergreen: The wrong people:

  • ed

    crime is in the negroes D.N.A.

  • tom_billesley

    A mahometan from Kenya.
    That could have been Obama, more so than Trayvon.

  • barryjr

    What a waste of medical services.

  • H

    What the heck are they protesting for? I don’t understand: did they expect the police to stand by while someone is potentially being beaten to death? What did they expect the police to do in that situation?

    • disqusW6sf

      The protesters don’t know what transpired — they weren’t there.

  • Blacksmith

    Sounds like the cops in Salt lake need more range time. They are wasting taxpayer money.