Cop Kills Raging Knife Wielder

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by alsaqr, Sep 14, 2020.

  1. alsaqr

    alsaqr Well-Known Member Supporter

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  2. G66enigma

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    Clearly, such "protesters" disregard the value of the rule of law and don't want it in their communities. Despite the deadly threat to others in those communities.

    Raging, all because of one's skin tone. Despite the deadly threat. Despite the manifestly proven threat of murder stopped in its tracks.

    Typical.

    These animals, whomever they are, aren't choosing to live as humans in this world. They're wanting to turn the rule of law on its head, to spite everyone.

    I wonder what the would-be murderer's parents are saying, right about now. Dollar to a doughnut they're claiming he was "a good boy" who was "misunderstood" and "didn't deserve" this done "to" him. He threatened murder and was caught in the act, filmed attempting it. Stopped for it. Irrespective of the misunderstanding of the riotous apologists who went wild upon hearing a would-be murderer was stopped (or, rather, upon hearing of the skin tone of the would-be murderer caught in the act).
     
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  3. alsaqr

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    Yep, the perp intended to turn his life around and attend airline pilot school soon as he killed that pesky cop.

    Problem comes when most black kids grow up without fathers in the home. They're being raised by mothers or grandmothers. Many mothers have boyfriends who care less about her kids, they are interested in her welfare money and housing.

    Be sure of one thing: The present riots, looting and burning in the name of "social justice" are a sham. It's simply about rioting, looting and burning.
     
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  4. Ghost1958

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    Lancaster likely will have a fewer buildings by morning unless the citizens prevent it.
    In Lancaster that isnt likely though.
     
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  5. JTJ

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    We are in a civil war whether or not you want to admit it.
     
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  6. Ghost1958

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    Yep.
    What started out as peaceful protest over a few questionable LE action now in alot of cities has little to nothing to do with that anymore .
     
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  7. dango

    dango Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Weather you want it or not , time to pick a side ! I just want to live and let live but so be it , I'll not go down on my knees !
     
  8. tac foley

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    What these people are doing is like going to watch a drive-in movie, not liking it, and slashing and trashing the car they came in.
     
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  9. alsaqr

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    After over 50 years of rioting, looting and burning folks don't realize they are destroying their own neighborhoods. Then they whine about the lack of grocery stores, eating places and medical clinics.
     
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    I'm all for gathering. For rallying. For protesting a situation or policy or problem.

    As for violent rioters, though: drop the hammer. Absolutely. If proven, if corroborating evidence makes it unequivocal, then make it as harshly severe as the law allows. The rioting must be halted.

    Hopefully LE and the DA have their ducks in a row, on these charges.

    True to form, at least some are claiming "dropping the hammer" on the violent is not "a measured pursuit of justice" but a "politically motivated attack" upon such people.
     
  12. alsaqr

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    Good on the PA judge. Let the idiots rot in jail pending trial. One of the scumbags is charged with felon in possession of a firearm.
     
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  13. c3shooter

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    Sometimes, kneeling is good.

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  14. locutus

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    I question whether or not it should be necessary to bring in folks engaged in insurrection against the U.S. government alive.

    Hell, they're enemy combatants, so treat them as such.
     
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  16. JTJ

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    The ACLU has gone over to the left. They are no longer interested in fairness or equal protection under the law.
     
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  17. alsaqr

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    The Lancaster county DA was quick deny any input into the matter:

    The Lancaster County District Attorney's Office, which filed the charges, clarified in a tweet that it is not responsible for the bond.

    "Our office does NOT set bail," it tweeted. "Our office provided no input regarding bail for any of these individuals."

    The ACLU has been over the fence for years.
     
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  18. Ghost1958

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    Oh good grief. Protesting the actions of police, regardless if the officers actions are right or wrong isnt " insurrection against the U.S government " or on the same planet as that.
    Lancaster police are NOT representatives of the Federal government. They are city employees.


    So no Homer you cant shoot them on sight as if they were an invading army. Hyperbole like this isnt helping anything when it isnt even close to being based on reality.
     
  19. kbd512

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    Was the ACLU was ever interested in equal protection under the law?
     
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  20. Ghost1958

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    Equal protection under the law ceased to exist oh 50 to 100 yrs ago.
    That bail amount will hold up for maybe a week until its brought before another judge .