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One cop shoots an unarmed vet, another cop shoots a person who is a probable felon.

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  • #16
    IF riots break out later this week or next, anybody arrested will lose their welfare and food stamps.

    The minorities are too stupid to know they have to answer a Court date and obey lawful orders of Police.

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    • #17
      Ashli did not threaten harm to anyone AND, the shooter COULD HAVE retreated to a safe place. No reason to hold ground. The shooter should be charged.

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      • #18
        The shooter was not a private citizen entitled to retreat to a safe place.
        He was a law enforcement officer on duty.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
          IF riots break out later this week or next, anybody arrested will lose their welfare and food stamps.

          The minorities are too stupid to know they have to answer a Court date and obey lawful orders of Police.
          It is not so much being stupid, it is more like a$$holeness jimbo ! These people have it all figured out......they know they now hold the power of emotionalism, can be wrong in their conduct and blame it all on LE, and they are getting away with it too. All of these animals getting in trouble are not their first time, all have records and push the envelope to the limit. Mama then refuses to see the wrongs, and it is always.......”he was a good boy” ! Things are not going to change for the better, so we need to get used to all this monkey sh!t !!! It’s going to be a long summer !

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          • #20
            Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
            The shooter was not a private citizen entitled to retreat to a safe place.
            He was a law enforcement officer on duty.
            Kim Potter was an officer on duty. Why is she being crucified? She knew Daunte Wright had had handgun violations in the recent past. I believe armed and dangerous would be an appropriate description. He also had a tendency to run from arrest. If the Capital police officer is in the clear after shooting a citizen who had fellow officers unconcerned about her actions in touching distance, than Kim Potter deserves a medal not a lynching.

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            • #21
              Kim Potter's Dept. is calling it an accidental discharge, but when you bring up the word "accidental," there is an implication of negligence.
              And when a person dies from that accident, you may have criminally negligent homicide.
              The guilt of the victim is irrelevant,
              Potter is charged with manslaughter.
              The jury will determine her degree of culpability.

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