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  1. #91
    Quote Originally Posted by Origanalist View Post
    I don't see how this, if one were to believe it (and I don't), would have any relevance to this case.
    It's what they do..
    it makes them think any atrocity is acceptable..


    they do it by common habit.
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  3. #92
    Guyger's account in the search warrant seems to differ from her story in the arrest affidavit. According to the warrant, Jean "confronted" Guyger "at the door" while she was trying to get into the apartment. The arrest affidavit, though, says Guyger was able to open the door and then saw Jean "across the room."
    Isn't there a rule against lying to the cops? Two stories can't both be true.
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  5. #94
    “The nationalist not only does not disapprove of atrocities committed by his own side, but he has a remarkable capacity for not even hearing about them.” --George Orwell

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  6. #95
    I read somewhere that some peaceful protesters protesting this shooting were immediately arrested, and held for two days, without even a hearing.

    Whereas she can walk into another person's domicile, kill that person, not be arrested for three days -- and then is released on bond after a bit over an hour in jail (on a Sunday no less).

    No, there is no special treatment for law officers, none at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanTX View Post
    I read somewhere that some peaceful protesters protesting this shooting were immediately arrested, and held for two days, without even a hearing.
    Whereas she can walk into another person's domicile, kill that person, not be arrested for three days -- and then is released on bond after a bit over an hour in jail (on a Sunday no less).
    No, there is no special treatment for law officers, none at all.
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  10. #98
    Fired.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/24/u...tham-jean.html

    Her mistake was shooting a black immigrant.

  11. #99
    (NEWSER) – The family of a black man who was shot to death in his own apartment by a Dallas cop has brought a lawsuit against both the former police officer and the city of Dallas, the Dallas Morning News reports. The complaint filed by the parents and sister of 26-year-old Botham Jean says Amber Guyger, 30, used excessive force and infringed on Jean's constitutional and civil rights when she entered Jean's apartment by mistake instead of her own on Sept. 6 and gunned him down.

    "She simply opened fire without having any knowledge of the true situation," the suit notes, per the Dallas Observer, adding Guyger was "ill-trained" and that other factors, including a past shooting and a pro-cop Pinterest account, "[demonstrate] that she is a dangerous individual with highly violent and anti-social propensities." The Morning News notes the lawsuit will likely be postponed until criminal charges against Guyger make their way through the court. Guyger has been charged with manslaughter and was released on bail. (Guyger was fired from the Dallas Police Department for "adverse conduct.")
    http://www.newser.com/story/266470/f...iles-suit.html
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  12. #100
    Quote Originally Posted by SeanTX View Post
    I'll bet his guy thought he was safe living one block from PD HQ ; probably never imagined he'd be murdered by a cop neighbor. The article says she was unhurt, of course that's what's really important here.

    https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Da...492675981.html
    And some people wonder why the psychodouches of antifa call for the execution of police?

    How freaking dull can people be?

    This reminds me of when three armed thugs showed up at my door, two M4s, one 12 ga., and a 9mm, looking for a fugitive child rapist named James William Campbell. All I saw were four people armed and approaching the house. The guy with the shotgun will never know how close he came to being shot in the head because I really was in a state of confusion over the trespass of three US marshals and one Kanawha county sheriff's deputy.

    That $#@!'s got to be reeled in because Mr. Twitchy with the 12 ga., upon seeing the .45 on my hip, came within a hair's breadth of shooting me, all the while hollering every obscenity known to man while threatening to murder me on the spot. Those nitwits didn't even know I was carrying lawfully, being as they came down from NY to arrest me on the assumption I was this Campbell character.

    That is how close ANYONE can come to losing their life at the hands of these incompetent, brutal, murdering, bushwhacking scum.

    And this is one area where Trump does not shine, with his lips on the boothole of law enforcement. I'd be gutting them like fish, but we all know that will never happen... unless you made me president, of course. Then again, I'd be shot before my first week was up.
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  13. #101
    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Fired.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/24/u...tham-jean.html

    Her mistake was shooting a black immigrant.
    Her mistake was in NOT shooting herself first.
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