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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Zaac, Jun 9, 2015.
Ain't that grand?
"Superstar?" &#)^! Everybody's from somewhere.
Yeah, that big new supply of it we just got-- where did it all come from?
That's unfortunate, since evidence is now coming out that will probably exonerate him.
But when you look at the lynch mob Darrin Vincent faced in Ferguson, and the same the six Baltimore cops are facing, not to mention everything George Zimmerman went through for defending his life from the thug, Trayvon "Traybone" Martin, he probably just didn't want to put his family through that.
He pulled his gun when the guys behind him looked like they were about to jump him! Too bad the thugs won because of the Racist games that's played on by Al Sharpton and pals.....thugs have learned.
That racist brute is out of there. :applause: :thumbsup: :smilewinkgrin: :thumbs:
Don't forget to blame George Bush, the Koch brothers and global warming.
This isn't a lynch mob. 11 out of 12 officers on the scene were commended except for Casebolt who was described by his own police chief as being "out of control" and "indefensible."
Article here. http://abcnews.go.com/US/mckinney-police-officer-eric-casebolt-resigns-wake-pool/story?id=31649084
Also, here is a pretty good article from a former police officer on the Guardian Cop vs. Warrior Cop mentality. He does a pretty good breakdown of the video to illustrate the point while noting the behavior of the other officers on scene contrasted to that of Casebolt.
I've been looking for this information since he posted that. I'm finding a lot of information but nothing close to anything that could ever be considered helpful to Casebolt.
Well bless his heart. Bishkin isn't doing him any favors.
Zacc you have no shame having to accounts to thumbs up yourself? Al Sharpton jr.
What keeps minorities down and in poverty is not white privilege. It is the stealing of hope by the race baiters. It is the beating of a drum that someone else owes me a living, that the man is keeping me down. It all leads to a lack of hope and fills people with despair.
Much of what is going on in this country is not based on reality. It is based on extremists capitalizing on unfortunate circumstances to propel a political agenda. This police officer is not only out of a job but has had to go into hiding as he and his family are having daily death threats on their lives.
The cheering of such things and false accusations of racism is not indicative of Christian behavior. In fact it is the exact opposite. Even if we believe the police officer was in error we should not desire what has happened to him. The evil in the hearts of people who engage in these behaviors comes straight from the pit of hell.
Further, so much has been made about police officers and their reaction to unruly people that we are now seeing people provoke officers. Police officers have one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. It falls directly under our military in combat. The demonization and the destruction of their lives in this way is shameful and ungodly and I pity those who desire to do that to people.
11 police officers conducted themselves accordingly and were commended while the guy that chose to operate outside of procedure was reprimanded. Such is life. I'm not celebrating or anything but the guy is in a line of work where those miscues can solicit more serious consequences. Yes police work is inherently dangerous but that is why officers that choose to make a situation more unstable and more chaotic simply can not be tolerated. One officers actions can place all the responding officers in danger. The Police Chief understands this. Casebolt's actions could have placed his brothers in danger, thankfully they came out unscathed.
Best article I have read on the McKinney incident.
Of course the guilty would never admit to being guilty.
Ain't that the truth?:thumbsup:
It's time that Black people in the United States take their grievances of discriminatory and flat out racist violent policing and systemic structural racism to the United Nations Human Rights Council.
It's time that the world at large starts to treat this wickedness perpetrated against Blacks in this country as what it is and internationally hold the US responsible for 400 plus years of Human Rights violations.
How dare we say anything to Iraq or any other country when we sit here within our borders legally enslaving and abusing people in our "legal" prison slave system.
And shame on white Christians who are always talking about "if they would just take responsibility" out one side of their mouths while CONSTANTLY making excuses for the cops who do the murdering out the other side of their mouths.
Good article. There are a lot of these Policeman Warriors throughout the country. And so often they seem to be warriors when dealing with people of color and guardians when dealing with non-people of color.
Yep, I posted that same one in the "McKinney Cop Resigns" thread. I thought it was spot on.
Watching the video of the event, it seems the other cops were letting Casebolt hang himself. It's as if they resisted intervening because they wanted this guy to get his comeuppance.
SO - the McKinney cop, Casebolt, apparently responded earlier that day to a young woman threatening to jump off her parents roof (suicide threat); and even earlier, to a young black man who shot himself (completed suicide). And he's not appearing publicly because of death threats.