New info on Breonna Taylor case

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by Ghost1958, Aug 26, 2020.

  1. G66enigma

    G66enigma Well-Known Member Supporter

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    ^ "Rise up!" eh?

    Given what's transpired so far, in the violent rioting, that sounds like incitement to riot, right there.

    FBI ... are you listening? Bueller ... Bueller ... Bueller ...?
     
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  2. Gatoragn

    Gatoragn Well-Known Member Supporter

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  3. Rifling82

    Rifling82 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    There goes the city of Louisville
     
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  4. Sniper03

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    OH! And intelligent? NOT! Stand by your drug dealing boyfriend in the Hallway with he and a gun pointing it at the Police when they entered. Which by the way, a civilian witness confirmed the Police were knocking and announcing their presence "Police" Police" Open the door" prior to kicking the door in. The first Officer in the Door was shot by the Drug Dealer. Then two officers at and by the Door returned fire.
    IMO Hankinson who ran to the side of the Apartment and to a double patio door and just started shooting many rounds in the Apartment blindly! They said the doors even had curtains. The rounds went through Apartment 4 not hitting anyone and into Apartment 3. Where a gentleman and his pregnant life live and were present at the time! WOW! How reckless was that! Simple stupidity and reckless! The lesson has prevailed for years that one should never shoot unless one can identify and see the intended target clearly. Followed by considering what is beyond the Target and safety of others. Hankinson obviously did not IMO! And the Grand Jury did indict him.
    He could have easily kill the people in Apartment 3.
    A 9 mm round if that is what they had can easily penetrate 9 layers of drywall!:eek: Correction LMPD was carrying 40 Cal. Pistol. Walker had a 9mm Pistol.
    I believe there was an error in the bottom report. I saw it was through Apartment #4 and into Apartment #3. Not two additional apartments according the News Conference with the Kentucky Atty. General. Who honestly I was impressed with. The Grand Jury stood up for the two initial Officers who shot at the suspect. As Justifiable use of Deadly Force on the part of the Police. Mattingly and Cosgrove were not indicted nor any charges filed on them.
    Mattingly was hit in the thigh by the first shot by the suspect.

    Hankison was indicted on three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment.
    A wanton endangerment charge is a class D felony and carries a penalty of one to five years in prison. The charges said that Hankinson "wantonly shot a gun" into three apartments
    . (Apt. 3 only!)

    However because it was a justifiable use of force means nothing the Anarchists will still probably want to burn and tear S**** up! Just another excuse!

    In closing moral of the story do not stand beside a drug dealer with a gun who is going to have a shootout with the Police! "STUPID MOVE" And not very intelligent!

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  5. Gatoragn

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    So, the folks in the press conference today said this was not a no knock warrant, it was a knock first warrant executed properly.

    The current boyfriend started shooting through the door instead of finding out who was at the door.
     
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  6. Mercator

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    Still cooked up an indictment, tossed a bone to the crowd. This is America now. Even Mr Wrecking Ball himself pledged to nominate a woman. Why— because the dearly departed was a woman. That’s how it works. We really have bigger problems than the ban on the BLEEPED bump stocks.

    EDIT by C3- No, not here.
     
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  7. JimRau

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    The entire BLM thing is based on a FALSE NERATIVE AND LIES! :mad: I have NEVER in my 45+ years in LE EVER seen or heard of ANY LEO 'hunting' for any one to 'shoot them' regardless of their 'color'!!!!:mad:
    This is all just part of the DEMONcrates trying to divide us and keep us divided!!!:mad: And sadly it is working!:( But you are correct, if the suspect who is shot is black the LEO is AUTOMATICLY WRONG AND RACISTS!:(
     
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  8. Sniper03

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    You are right, the press will say and do anything. Walker even has admitted shooting Mattingly and firing the first shot! Dumb Arsssss Liberal Press.
    If anyone wants to hear the New Conference with the true facts.
    Pull up AG Daniel Cameron's News Conference on the Grand Jury's Decision.
    AG Cameron is also a Black Gentleman and very good at his job. Some need to take a lesson from him about justice and the law and "Fare" investigation procedures! I was very impressed with his handling of the incident, investigation and professionalism!;)
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  9. Ghost1958

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    Walker isnt suspected of nor was suspected of anything . His charges were dismissed because under ky law if he did not nor could not have known they were police officers it would have been totally legal if he killed all three. No different than a home invasion.

    If there was this magically appearing independent witness that proved the cops announced themselves Walker would be under a ky jail. Not free and sueing the city.

    That dismissal was due to numerous witness who heard nothing but a loud knocking then a crash and a gunshot.

    The no knock warrant has been called a no knock warrant by Cameron and everyone else until today when it suddenly became a knock and announce warrant.

    I dispise the rioting. Looting burning etc. And the people doing it.
    I also am pretty disgusted with AG Cameron going along with this garbage .

    They know who's bullet killed Taylor.
    Yet that cop has no charges at all.

    Let you or me be shot at by one person then fire multiple rds in return striking and killing a bystander , we would be tarred feathered and locked up and the key melted down.

    This country is going to hell on a greased rail both from looters rioters murders on one side and corrupt cover our *** gov, courts and LE on the other.
     
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  10. Rifling82

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    Fox is reporting 2 Louisville cops have been shot tonight
     
  11. Ghost1958

    Ghost1958 Well-Known Member

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    Yes. 2 have been shot. No news on their condition yet.

    This is going to get really ugly really fast, wont matter who they call out now. Everybody in ky has guns. Now the protestor rioters have shown they are willing to step up the violence to shooting cops in open confrontation.

    This could get really really ugly really fast on a much larger scale.

    And I have to go to downtown lexington tomorrow. Oh joy.
     
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  12. Sniper03

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    Lets put it this way! Black Lives Matter! But no one ells's does! BLM total BS!
    2 Officers shot in Louisville last night!
    Now guess what! I was advised by an officer in the know of the following last evening. Another example of some in the society worshiping the TRASH of their society! Breonna Taylor was up to her "Arssss" in the drug traffic. What I found out she was fired from her Louisville Medics job because sometime back they found a dead "yes I said DEAD" body in the trunk of her car. Who had died from an overdose! "Supposedly":rolleyes: Why wasn't she arrested and sent away then! Bet you can't guess who is running the City!
    Fine upstanding person she was. Just like Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin and the others. Every last one of them was a poor example of a decent respectable human being!;)
    Obviously there are people in society that think they are beyond the law and the law shouldn't apply to them. So another outstanding example for us to see!:rolleyes:

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  13. Ghost1958

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    Your source in the know is full of horse feathers.

    But let us follow that hugely warped story as if it weren't fantasy

    The proof is in the pudding.
    Under ky law. If a person does not know nor can reasonably be expected to know the invaders are officers it is PERFECTLY LEGAL to blow them away exactly like any other home invader.
    Now. Until yesterday the only witness statements were knocking was heard, a loud crash [door being battered down] one shot then multiple shots.
    Mattingly has already stated they broke the door down, he entered was hit by walkers one shot, [so much for walker shot thru the door) and fired 4 rds as he backed out .
    Now let us use a bit of common sense mixed with facts.
    Had a SHRED of evidence pointed to walker knowing it was police busting down his door when he fired and HIT a ky cop, he would not have been released and charges dropped so he could sue the city which he now is.
    If this independent witness that just got all the cops off the hook by proving the cops did identify themselves actually exists , Walker would have been rearrested and charged within the hour for attempted murder if a police officer.

    Three things put the lie to this cya.
    1 No cop is going to be outside a closed door, shot through that door, and proceed to enter. All three would have ran to cover and called for backup.
    2. Mattingly has stated several times they forced the door and THEN he was struck in the leg.
    3. Walker has not be rearrested and recharged with attempted murder of a police officer and put under a jail with no bond.

    Now. If Walker is rearrested then it might change the picture a bit. But he wont be.

    The protestors will get violent loot burn like a pack of animals instead of protesting peacefully and using FACTS of ever changing statements to collapse this obvious cya.

    And Cameron and Louisville Gov will lie, cover up and fabricate until they eventually get even the one cop charged off.

    Theres plenty enough evil going on on both sides of this mess.
     
  14. Mercator

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    There is a sure way to make every black life matter. Don’t be a criminal. Every single victim of “police brutality” would have stayed alive with 100% certainty if they had respected the law like everyone else. Normal black people know it, though few are willing to say it.
     
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    ...Mueller....?

    The feds are giving Sarsour the Palestinian terrorist a pass. It is instructive how they come together with BLM, antifa, communists, and the militant queer.
     
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  16. locutus

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    Too bad "Richard the Lion Hearted" didn't have access to nukes.

    He could have solved the problem way back then.:D
     
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  17. Ghost1958

    Ghost1958 Well-Known Member

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    No.
    If walker had shot ANYONE much less a cop through the door he would still be in jail. The door was breached when walker fired on cops that did not id.
    Even Mattengily has repeatedly stated they busted down the door , he entered , was shot in the leg, retreated while firing four rds.
    Walker was released and charges dropped because it is LEGAL to fire on police if you do not know they are police or cannot be reasonably expected to know.

    Walker is free and sueing thr city. If a shred of evidence that the officials thought would hold water he would have been rearrested when this bogus decision came down.
    He hasn't and he wont be.
     
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  18. Ghost1958

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    That would include the infant burned to a crisp when swat tossed a flash bang in his crib on a no knock.

    Or the 70 plus yr old murdered on his stairway during a no knock warrant at the wrong house because he thought it was a home invasion and had a shotgun in his hand?

    That's just a couple. We can go to a way bigger number of innocent people dieing in no knocks .
    Your 100 percent is dwindling fast.

    Taylor should not be dead. Period.
    And Walker acted legally in the state of ky.
     
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  19. Trunk Monkey

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    Good God my ignore list gets longer every time I log in here
     
  20. alsaqr

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    People are peddling dope because there's a huge demand for the stuff. Yep, the war on drugs is such a rousing success that more dope is entering the US than ever before.

    Oklahoma sheriffs and deputies have gone to federal prison for shaking down motorists who were carrying cash. The federal "war on drugs" law allows folks carrying cash to be shaken down by police.
     
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