Will This Be The Time Obama and Holder Finally Get Their “Black Uprising”?


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So, you get pulled over, get involved in a foot chase with the cops, then try to grab the cop’s Taser and you get shot for your troubles.
Now if this cop is not convicted of the charge of Murder, and he likely won’t be, because at most this is a manslaughter rap, then the streets will erupt in flames.
I think that’s the plan as near as I can tell.

The arsonists disguised as journalists are hoping so, and are doing everything they can to make it so.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    This story is really being pushed HARD, by all the usual actors.
    Is it BIG in Canada or anywhere else yet?

  • Microaggressive

    Gotta say, you can’t murder a niqqa just cause he’s running away.

    Fuck that PIG

    • john700

      GFY

      • Microaggressive

        cant murder a Jew just cause he’s running away

  • Microaggressive

    I did say PIG, didn’t I?

    Oh yeah, fuck you PIGS

    Fucking cop PIGS

  • Microaggressive

    Fucking PIGS

  • Microaggressive

    You can’t shoot a HUMAN just because you are a LAZY PIG

    PIG
    PIG
    PIG

    • mauser 98

      is video ‘shopped , edited, or total fabrication?

  • Microaggressive

    I hope PIGS are monitoring this blog

    Fuck you PIGS

    Your brethren went full PIG

    Enjoy PIGS

    FUCKING PIGS

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Was the Disqus username “Macroagressive” already taken?
      🙂

      • Microaggressive

        This issue tweaks me

  • Microaggressive

    The PIG involved should be strung up ASAP

    • A little repetitive.

      • Microaggressive

        my bad

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          Goodwining, it’s not just for Nazis anymore!

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      I’m sorry, I couldn’t resist.

  • Ho Hum

    I am watching CNN coverage and NOT ONCE do they mention that the white officers partner is black. CNN is even obscuring the identity of the black officer in the clips they are showing since this uncomfortable fact doesn’t fit their narrative that Scott was killed by “racist white cops”

    If you view the unedited video on LiveLeak you can see that the black officer is immediately on the scene attending to Scott. If as claimed in the media the white officer planted a weapon beside Scott it had to be done in the presence of and full knowledge of his black partner.

    Whether or not the killing was justified will be determined in a court of law but there is no reason to believe that race had anything to do with this.

    • mauser 98

      all spin

  • john700

    Wasn’t the prosecutor supposed to file charges? Why is the Mayor announcing that?

    • Stronger than Dirt

      Seems odd … a political lynching ?

  • Stronger than Dirt

    Imo, whenever anyone lunges at a cop like that … they run the risk of being shot. This cop had just fractions to decide to draw his weapon to protect himself , so for all he (cop) knew, he was just stabbed. I see a justifiable shooting

  • Brett_McS

    If he is charged with murder (prosecutorial over-reach) and he is found not guilty (as would be likely) how does the legal system work? Can he then be charged with man-slaughter (double jeopardy), or is it a done deal?

    • Stronger than Dirt

      The Double Jeopardy Clause of the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitutionprovides: “[N]or shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb . . . .”[1] The four essential protections included are prohibitions against, for the same offense:
      retrial after an acquittal;
      retrial after a conviction;
      retrial after certain mistrials; and
      multiple punishment
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double_Jeopardy_Clause

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Unless they re-try you under a different charge entirely, such as a Federal civil rights violation.
        Unconstitutional in my mind, but they do it.
        They did it to the Rodney King officers after they were acquitted.

        • Stronger than Dirt

          Lower threshold too from what little I know.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            A very low threshold.
            An unconstitutionally LOW threshold.

          • Stronger than Dirt

            So … it’s like a barry and peeps Holder threshold …

        • Frau Katze

          Double jeopardy was dumped long ago in the other Anglo countries. You can be tried twice in Canada.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Only if a mistrial occurs.
            Once a jury has reached a verdict, either way, it’s usually ‘game over’.

          • Gary

            From what I have seen , it looks like the Human Rights Commissions can find people guilty of the same crime the real Courts find innocent ( or find guilty and punish but then get ” Halled” before the OHRC for more punishment).

  • BillyHW

    I might care if the Left hasn’t already cried wolf a dozen times on cases that were clear cut self-defence or justified use of police force.

    If dude really did struggle with the officer and go after the taser, then he became a felon at that moment, and when he started to run away, he became a fleeing felon. In many states shooting a fleeing felon is not against the law. I don’t know about South Carolina, but it’s possible here that the officer did not break the law.

  • Maxsteele

    I am a strong supporter of the police but this was a true case of excessive force. He grabbed for the taser, dropped it and then ran away. The police officer shot him multiple times as he ran away, not posing any threat to the officer or anyone else. He should have called for back up while pursuing the suspect. This cop has to get charged, tried and convicted. Hopefully they do their due diligence and charge him with the appropriate crime so he does get convicted. I trust in the system and this guy is going to jail for sure. This is not racial, this is just a bad cop.

    • Stronger than Dirt

      With adrenaline overdrive , would the cop know if he had been stabbed ?

    • BillyHW

      Don’t you even want to know what happened before the camera started rolling before you decide to convict?

      • Maxsteele

        Makes absolutely zero difference. People that cry police brutality at every turn and your comments are from the other direction but equally ignorant of the stages of response that all police officers are highly trained for. Unarmed perpetrator is running away and posing no threat to anyone. Cannot use deadly force…period! If the suspect hit him or even tried to attack him with a weapon prior..that was the time he could use deadly force in response. Now that he disengaged and was running away the officer has zero reason to shoot him EIGHT times.
        This is a travesty because 1. The unnecessary loss of life and 2. It re-enforces the false narrative that all cops are racists.
        Sooner or later they were going to find a stupid cop that uses excessive force and now all the other falsely accused ones are guilty by association. You guys trying to come up with some justification for this are just feeding into that narrative by refusing to admit what this is.

        • BillyHW

          I don’t yet know what this is, but I do know that the law isn’t based on your personal feelings. I also know that in some cases, in some jurisdictions, under some circumstances, it is legal for a police officer to shoot someone who is running away. This is true whether or not you have caps lock on when you state the number of times the officer fired his gun.

          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fleeing_felon_rule

          • Maxsteele

            I work with law enforcement and the military. There are no feelings involved in my opinion. Yet, your point on jurisdiction is well taken although, at the very least, this is manslaughter in any jurisdiction….my opinion as I am not a member of the bar in every jurisdiction in the world.

        • k1962

          I think the cop shot him because he was angry. He should have let him run. Since he was running away, the cop was not in immediate danger. And if you must shoot, why 8 shots and why not in the legs?

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Pleased to meet you k1962!
            So, what country in Europe are you from?

          • k1962

            What do you mean pleased to meet you? You’ve replied to my comments here before (and I used to post under Karmel). I’m Canadian and quite conservative, but I saw the video of what happened and it made me sick. I don’t like criminals anymore than you, but I don’t like seeing someone shot in the back repeatedly. How about once? That would have probably stopped him as he was running away and if not, shoot one more time. That might have brought him down. I am not a Michael Brown supporter or a supporter of Tryavon, but this was different.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            While you might have posted under another name previously, I’d have no idea because I’m not a MOD here.
            I was welcoming you here since I did not recognize your name, and I was being nice.

            My question about asking you what country in Europe you were from was due to your comment that mirrored that of many Europeans where their police are unarmed and their entire knowledge of firearms and American police procedure comes from movies and TV.

            Most officers in America are trained to fire at center mass (that would be the torso) and to keep firing until they are certain the “threat” has been ‘neutralized’ (that usually means, dead, dying, paralyzed, unconscious, or otherwise not moving). That frequently means emptying the gun into the hapless suspect. Our officer in this instance stopped at 8, and depending on his weapon, he had between 1 and 11 more rounds in his clip, so he was not panic firing until his gun was empty. I’ll also add that those looked like aimed and controlled shots, just as they are trained to react.

            In other words, simply shooting someone, such as a fleeing suspect that has just committed a felony (like in the video), in the legs is not only impractical, but more dangerous to other uninvolved civilians as most of those shots will miss and go a great distance before they are no longer lethal.
            Also, a suspect that is shot in the arms and legs is still quite dangerous and can still be a threat to both the officer and those civilians around the officer.
            Oh, and thank you for returning to BCF!

          • k1962

            I post quite a bit under k1962. Anyway, I thought you were being sarcastic. I guess I don’t like being compared to Europeans.

            I understand what you are saying about cops being trained to neutralize the criminal. I just didn’t like what I saw. I also won’t watch beheading videos. It’s enough just to see the stills. The world is a terrible place 🙁

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Decapitation videos I never watch, but I just don’t have the same negative emotional reaction to watching suspects get shot. I don’t enjoy it, but it doesn’t bother me either.

          • k1962

            Saw this on the news again last night. Even if the suspect had grabbed the cops taser, he didn’t apparently get it, but the cop felt the need to pick it up from where it fell and drop it by the dead guys body. I have always supported the police previous cases. This cop appears to have made a mistake, twice.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Love for BCF!
            Reading the Winnipeg Free Press so I don’t have to.

          • andrew john almady

            it was just a n……

          • BillyHW

            Thank you for sharing your feelings with us.

          • k1962

            And thank you for sharing yours!

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Yeah, that’s what you think.

          • Xavier

            You’ve never held a firearm, have you?

          • andrew john almady

            you stupid ignorant jerk

          • k1962

            We’ll see whose stupid…

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Who’s.

          • k1962

            Correct.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I’m not a grammar Nazi but I play one on TV.

          • k1962

            No problem 😉 I realized the mistake after I typed it, but felt “stupid” correcting it after my comment about seeing who is stupid.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Figured.
            That’s why I just wrote the correction.
            You know, in a jeezy creezy I’ve done that, too kinda way.

          • Clausewitz

            Anybody who has ever been trained to use a gun as a weapon is trained to shot for the center of mass. End of story. That way there are less richocettes blowing all over the neighbourhood.

          • k1962

            Maybe, but in hindsight, I’m sure the police officer wishes he kept his gun in his holster. The outcome would have been better for him and the dead man.

    • Gary

      Don’t be fooled, when someone does this and later attacks people or kills a child from his car-jacking the Police will be sued for NOT stopping the belligerent party.

      Just look how Muslims are now putting the blame on Canada and the UK for not stopping muslim youth from leaving the Country to join muslim Terrorists in Iraq or Somalia.

      • Maxsteele

        Gary, you have to acknowledge there are many ways for a police officer to stop a suspect other than shooting him 8 times while he runs away! You can hear the sirens in the background so this means as the article states he had already called for backup. His partner or the 1st other officer on the scene arrived shortly after. This guy escalated to deadly force way to quickly. The part about muslims, as much as I detest the islamonazi’s myself, is irrelevant.

      • So the Police should go around killing people because otherwise those people might at some point in the future steal a car?

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      What happened to Stop Or I’ll Shoot?

  • cmh

    this is murder…no doubt. shooting an unarmed person 7 or 8 times in the back? murder, execution.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    I think after all of the dust is settled and we have all moved on to other stories from this, we will find that the NYTs and that iPhone cameraman will have more blood on their hands than that policeman, even if he is proven to be guilty as charged, which he won’t be.

  • Gary

    Lets wait and see if the man owned a bakery that refused to make a cake for a gay wedding. If so, the Homofascists and afrofascists will throw him him under the bus as we see with non-white muslim gays tossed off buildings since GLAAD and Sharpton still don’t give a damn by the shared hatred with Islamists for Christians and the West.

  • It certainly looks like murder.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Actually, if you go to the :17 mark on the top video you can see that the cop has drawn his Taser with his left hand (they usually keep Tasers and firearms on opposite sides ever since that San Francisco transit cop accidently shot a suspect that he was meaning to Tase) and the suspects hand is also on the Taser. The Taser then flies off into the dirt and the officer draws his gun with his right hand.
      I say there is a fair to good chance that the officer still thought the suspect still had his Taser and that’s why he drilled him.
      Maybe.
      I just don’t see this as a cold blooded case of murder.

      • But if he did move the taser it’s still evidence tampering.

        • BillyHW

          He should not have moved anything, whatever that blob of pixels was. What’s odd is he did this even after he saw he was being filmed.

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          I don’t think they are allowed to just leave Tasers around unguarded, but I’m not sure what that second object was either.
          It will all come out in the trial.

          • BillyHW

            Good point. If they have rules about securing weapons at the scene, and if this was indeed a fleeing felon situation, it’s possible that there was no crime here.

        • BillyHW

          Update: There is another video that shows him picking up again later whatever it was that he dropped.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    I’m gonna be an off topic cunt now.
    My best friend laid down in a ditch south of town twenty years ago and froze himself to death within view of a house that he could have door knocked.
    My wedding anniversary is the same day that he died.
    So, I don’t get to think about it too much then.
    And then I do.

    • Stronger than Dirt

      I was talking about all the people I knew that had committed suicide, today.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        Maybe it’s that time of year, then.

        • Stronger than Dirt

          I suppose it is. Peace.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I wish I had Peace.
            But, I never will.
            Even though we caught him three times.
            Fourth one was a charm.
            Couldn’t fucking save him.

          • Stronger than Dirt

            Sorry for your loss. Life’s experiences can be heartbreakingly bittersweet.

  • mauser 98

    …fake twisted stories..
    Fergadishu “hands up don’t shoot”
    Rolling Stone/Virginia U rape
    Indiana pizzeria no gay sales
    …now this

  • Xavier

    1. What happened before the video started?
    2. Why did he run?
    3. Was he a prior criminal?
    4. Has the video been edited?

    As we’ve seen in cases like Martin and Wilson, recorded evidence can be misleading when not taken in the context of the entire event, and the media/administration will manipulate the facts to incite racial animosity and smear political opponents. The real crime has yet to occur – the perversion of justice by the DOJ and trial/conviction by the media.

    • BillyHW

      Clearly you must be a racist for asking these questions.

      • Xavier

        I wear it with pride.

    • BillyHW

      Speaking of manipulating the facts, there is another video now showing him picking up the thing he “planted” to frame the dead guy. Funny how the NY Times didn’t mention that when they were busy telling everybody what to think about this incident.

  • favill

    They shoulda picked their own cotton.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    Cops must hate it when they’re FORCED to wear digital recorders.