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even when it is a politically driven murder?
How is this a politically driven murder? Who other than you, is suggesting that? What color is the sky in your universe?
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even when it is a politically driven murder?
I'm pretty sure that Garrett wasn't thinking about politics when Rayshard resisted arrest, grabbed the taser, pointed it at him and fired it.
The DA though, yeah that's political.
I don't know, maybe you are willfully ignorant.
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I'm pretty sure that Garrett wasn't thinking about politics when Rayshard resisted arrest, grabbed the taser, pointed it at him and fired it.
The DA though, yeah that's political.
I don't know, maybe you are willfully ignorant.
After reading her posts for the past few years, I don't believe it is willful.
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How is this a politically driven murder? Who other than you, is suggesting that? What color is the sky in your universe?
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I'm pretty sure that Garrett wasn't thinking about politics when Rayshard resisted arrest, grabbed the taser, pointed it at him and fired it.
The DA though, yeah that's political.
I don't know, maybe you are willfully ignorant.
Adults in the 60s didn't think arresting people for no reason was political either.
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Adults in the 60s didn't think arresting people for no reason was political either.
There was plenty of justification to arrest Brooks. He passed out drunk in his car in the fast food drive through. He failed a field sobriety test. It was only after he was placed under arrest that he went berserk attacking the officers.Then, stole a taser and attempted to shoot one of the officers with it.

If the officer had been trained and properly applied a chokehold on Brooks, he'd most likely be alive today.
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There was plenty of justification to arrest Brooks. He passed out drunk in his car in the fast food drive through. He failed a field sobriety test. It was only after he was placed under arrest that he went berserk attacking the officers.Then, stole a taser and attempted to shoot one of the officers with it.

If the officer had been trained and properly applied a chokehold on Brooks, he'd most likely be alive today.
I agree....found the Hodge Twins take on this and it is very interesting so I will post a link, check it out....

https://www.facebook.com/thehodgetwi...9014230264876/
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I agree....found the Hodge Twins take on this and it is very interesting so I will post a link, check it out....

https://www.facebook.com/thehodgetwi...9014230264876/
I like those guys. Their commentary on Bubba Wallace was good too.
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There was plenty of justification to arrest Brooks. He passed out drunk in his car in the fast food drive through. He failed a field sobriety test. It was only after he was placed under arrest that he went berserk attacking the officers.Then, stole a taser and attempted to shoot one of the officers with it.

If the officer had been trained and properly applied a chokehold on Brooks, he'd most likely be alive today.
sorry I didn't mean to indicate there was no reason to arrest this guy.
arresting people for no reason was a political choice in the 60s. bad analogy .

this was political because these police are poorly trained but militant. poorly trained to police. policing is protecting us and bringing bad guys to court.

I don't see why he had to kill the guy.
I think if the guy was white and wealthy he would not be dead
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I agree....found the Hodge Twins take on this and it is very interesting so I will post a link, check it out....

https://www.facebook.com/thehodgetwi...9014230264876/
here's a better one


bottom line we need a revamping of policing
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sorry I didn't mean to indicate there was no reason to arrest this guy.
arresting people for no reason was a political choice in the 60s. bad analogy .

this was political because these police are poorly trained but militant. poorly trained to police. policing is protecting us and bringing bad guys to court.

I don't see why he had to kill the guy.


I think if the guy was white and wealthy he would not be dead
Yeah, that white guy probably wouldn't have been driving drunk, a felony.....
Probably wouldn't have fought both police officers on the ground refusing to be arrested....
Probably would have punched a cop in the face....
Probably wouldn't have stole a taser and took off running....
Probably wouldn't have turned and fired a taser at the cop trying to make an arrest.....

Yeah, that white guy would still be alive today.....

Only problem with your theory is that RB made all of those bad decisions on his own, his own actions got him killed, simple as that....
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