Some are calling the police officer in Minneapolis a murderer. The officer is being charged with such, but without proof of the intentional death of the suspect, it's not murder.
Another thing. What happened to all the calls for staying out of the fray, until the evidence is collected, a trial is held, and a defendant is either convicted, or released? Isn't that the way our justice system is supposed to work? Apparently not. Even the President is weighing in, and the public tainting of any jurors completely removed any hope of an impartial jury.
Meanwhile, the agitators, which are being paid to foment riots, are successful with stirring up the bored derelicts to violence. Cities, which are basically semi-organized chaos, are being shut down by a handful of people. Liberal mayors are showing how feckless they are, and the honest citizens are contemplating how they can cut their losses, leave, and find a better place to live.
If I had to guess, I'd guess this is all planned to keep the real tragedy from the news. A rogue set of officials in the last administration attempted a coup. In the past, such criminals wouldn't have seen a second sunrise, which was appropriate.
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Saturday, May 30, 2020
Call It What You Like
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As you know, it is looking bad.ReplyDelete
Yes it is, but all evidence is being taken from a piece of a video. In a fair trial, the jurors would have the evidence given without any prejudice. That won't happen, so there will never be a fair trial.Delete
Did not the man on the ground, who died, not have the same rights to a trial?ReplyDelete
Yes, but as the autopsy shows, he wasn't suffocated, and his neck didn't show any sign of trauma. If there is any charge that is appropriate, it's manslaughter, unless there is evidence of a deliberate effort by any of the officers to kill the man.Delete
Regardless of the perception, the officer is allowed a fair trial. That will never happen, and the justice system is tainted. Something that is becoming worse daily.
Don't forget, China benefits as well . . .ReplyDelete
(tried to comment several times last week and it wouldn't let me. fingers crossed.)
Chine, which cares little about liberty, loves to disturb the U.S. system with the intent of destroying us from within.Delete