Speaking as an agnostic, why is it these “lawyers”, people supposedly learned in the law, always fail to continue to finish the First Amendment clause, “…or the free exercise thereof…” I bet most of his dealings are just like mine, in electronic currency, and I see no mention of God on my bank card, anywhere. I do not feel I am overly burdened by sometimes having to exchange printed cloth on metal discs embossed with In God We Trust for the trinkets and baubles I buy.
Isn't the proper word 'genotype' which a picture will exhibit? However, with those names and racial makeup of the majority of looters, it is 99.9% they are black. Hopefully, they have not produced any offspring, however, statistics indicate they most likely have multiple fatherless urchins.
May 7, 2015 at 4:11am
If whatever happened was a state level beef, I suggest you go through your states process to get your civil rights restored. This is different and separate from a pardon, you will still have the record but it restores your right to purchase guns, vote and whatever else you are restricted from doing because of your conviction. If you were a minor at the time, and at least a decade has passed and you have a clean record since, you should have o problems in getting this done.
May 5, 2015 at 3:51am
Here is what I gathered from the event; cop sees kid, possibly because kid was brandishing a firearm, from the looks of it not a very well maintained one, kid takes off, cop chases, kid drop gun, I suspect the hammer was pulled back and when the gun hit the ground and due to its poor maintenance it discharges. The kid probably though he got shot, or was so scared he fell to the ground thus giving the illusion that the kid got shot by the cop.
 May 5, 2015 at 3:47am
And this is why eye witness testimony SUCKS. She saw what she wanted to see, a black unarmed kid getting gunned down by a racist cop shooting the kid in the back. She did not see what really happened, I would love to see a reported do a follow-up interview to challenge what she “saw”. Only eyewitness I will every believe is the one that can be backed up with video or DNA.
April 25, 2015 at 10:22am
Standards practice in Texas. No surprise or outrage from those of us that live here. Will come back as a no bill.
 April 25, 2015 at 10:19am
All gun deaths regardless of how justified they look are turned over to grand juries in Texas. While not the law, it is the practice and it really raises eyebrows down here when a gun death is NOT turned over to the grand jury. It has been this way for years, in part it removes the whole politicization notion like what happened with George Zimmerman, first they didn’t go to the grand jury, then some political hack decides to send it to he grand jury, blah, blah, blah. This will turn into a no bill from the grand jury, I suspect it will take all of 20 minutes to reach that conclusions. You will probably have the DA in participation say the county does not recommend charges.
 April 23, 2015 at 4:44am
Yet another example of harfing at its best. Harfing – To say or assert something so patently stupid and preposterous as to generate widespread mockery. Named in honor of State Department Spokesperson Marie Harf. She is so good she has her own Urban Dictionary entry. Brava Ms. Harf, Brava.
 April 22, 2015 at 3:18am
Well. Mr. Navarro is trying to evaporate himself from the internet by deleting his Instagram account, but uh oh, he left his Youtube channel up, for now anyway. Let the comments to him commence.
Body cameras will not stop anything. The only real use they have is to prove or disprove the story the officer gives. Was there a “furtive movement or gesture”, or wasn’t there. And that phrase is key, because you see it on almost every police shooting event, especially when it seems to be an incident with a trigger happy cop.
 April 11, 2015 at 9:42am
I love how a lot of you people that support the actions of this cop just completely ignore that fact the officer attempted to delete the video. If he did nothing wrong, why attempt to delete the video. You would think he would want a copy of it to prove he was in the right. That action right there SCREAMS he believe he might have done something wrong. In any investigation, that would be called tampering with evidence, and should be grounds for immediate dismissal from the force.
The Driver "claims" they erased her video, she also claimed there was no drugs in her car. SO if one of her claims was not true why should we believe the other? The video supports the police more than the "kid".
 April 11, 2015 at 9:38am
Enough rogue cops that we are constantly seeing on video tells a different story. All police forces have their bad apples. Where are the “good” cops to keep these guys in check? Silent, thus indicating the condone this action, and are thus not so “good” after all.
April 11, 2015 at 9:35am
I guess you missed “WTKR-TV reported that Griffith was charged with simple possession of marijuana, but it was later dismissed.” Why would they dismiss it?