So, what it's looking like so far...
Is a healthy 25 year old black man picked up and thrown into a police van because of a (later found false) claim that he was in possession of a switchblade. died while in police custody - but no one did it.
THIS is why we have to keep reminding the world that Black Lives Matter. Because if not for advocates and cellphone cameras...
Yeah, it's like blacks have a deadly allergic cop reaction that causes them to die when exposed to a group of policemen.
Fri 24 Jun, 2016 12:49 pm
Only a movement as big as the Civil Rights movement under MLK will even start to correct the situation, in my opinion.
Fri 24 Jun, 2016 01:03 pm
"I put someone in the back of the van, with no seatbelt, and let them rattle around. Was that wrong? Should I have not done that?"
Sun 26 Jun, 2016 07:40 am
I didn't actually follow the evidence in the trial, but it seems clear that the other five cops were unfairly prosecuted even if this one had been guilty. And these BLM goons have a history of persecuting other innocents for justified killings or legitimate accidents. So I guess the notion that this guy might also be innocent is not too surprising considering the characters who were after him.