Wash Post: Freddie Gray was trying to injure himself

Reply Thu 30 Apr, 2015 03:30 am

I'll say it again. The one variable which correlates most perfectly with every known kind of urban pathology in America is degree of demoKKKrat infestation. It is precisely in those area in which old-style demoKKKrat machine politics yet prevail most powerfully that you find all the grief.

Want to really do something for black youth in America? Outlaw and ban the demoKKKrat party.
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Reply Sun 3 May, 2015 07:54 am
It might be true.

The street wisdom of potential criminals is stupid in many occasions.

It is a known fact that detainees try to hurt themselves when arrested in order to play the victims and exaggerate injuries caused by police.

The charges against 6 police officers have been presented in order to calm the herds by now. Lets see the development later.

The problem IS NOT THE POLICE, the problem is the insistence of stupid people presenting resistance against an arrest.

In order to avoid these "police abuses" is to comply with the arrest and be vindicated later on when the case is cleared.

I don't say that Gray found was he was looking for, but surely he presented resistance and I believe that he tried to ad more injuries to himself somehow on the way to the police station. I might be wrong with it, but I have witnessed it, I saw dudes doing that, and it appears that Gray assisted to those street classes... and if he did, then he deserves a diploma and honor recognition for his wonderful performance... too bad he won't be alive to receive the medal.

Justice will be fulfilled when both sides have the opportunity to put their version over the table. By now, like with Zimmerman case or, the stupid woman who went home to pick up her son carrying a gun to threat or fight a driver and was killed when she and her son returned home, similar cases have twists that reveal a different scenario when the final explanations are given.

This is just the beginning of a politic battle, not so a case of justice.

Justice will be reached when people are taught to obey the police and comply with an arrest, even is the arrest is not justified.

Sadly, politicians -same president Obama made the same mistake with Tryvon- identify themselves with the "wrong side of society" trying to be "popular".

This case is turning from a delicate situation of a possible crime committed against a potential criminal into a circus where lots of clowns will try to use this "opportunity" to climb steps on the path of their careers... and the media is giving them all the equipment for this purpose... Gray will be just the puppet to attract the masses... the sad truth.
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Reply Sun 3 May, 2015 03:09 pm
This mayor and DA are both going to end up working alongside Mike Nifong at his new place of business...

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Reply Sun 3 May, 2015 03:16 pm
That's Mike Nifong, former District Attorney of Durham N.C. and hero of libtards everywhere.

The wikipedia entry for Nifong notes that

...On January 15, 2008, Nifong filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code.[88] He listed assets of almost $244,000 and liabilities of over $180.3 million, the bulk of which being six $30 million "unsecured nonpriority claims," one for each of the six members of the 2005–2006 Duke lacrosse team suing Nifong, among others. While the bankruptcy filing automatically delayed the civil suit against him, it may not protect Nifong from civil liability for his actions in the case. Unsecured creditors can still pursue claims against someone filing for bankruptcy if the debt was incurred through "willful and malicious injury" to them.[89] Seligmann's attorney, noted Triangle lawyer David Rudolf, said that the players intend to pursue such a claim.[90]

According to at least one bankruptcy law expert, Nifong's bankruptcy filing is a tacit admission that he does not have the resources to defend himself against the players' civil suit, and is trying to protect what assets he is allowed to protect under the law.[91]

On March 11, 2008, the Bankruptcy Administrator recommended that Nifong's chapter 7 bankruptcy case be dismissed or converted to a chapter 13 bankruptcy case because Nifong earned income above the requirement set forth in the means test to be eligible to file a chapter 7 bankruptcy case.[92] However, the Bankruptcy Court ultimately held that Nifong was eligible to be a debtor in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case and granted him a bankruptcy discharge on June 4, 2008.

Judge William Stocks lifted the automatic stay imposed by Nifong's bankruptcy filing, and announced that the plaintiffs can pursue their lawsuit.[93]......
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