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  • October 8, 2015 at 11:12pm

    Publius — Dancing With the Stars started September 14. A full two weeks before the attack took place. If anyone was looking to target him, they would have known he wasn’t there.

    As for Stone, you are right, they have not caught the suspects. But from witness and victim statements, they can build a pretty good picture of what happened and what lead to it — which is why they can say that Stone was not targeted and that the stabbing was the result of an alcohol-fueled fight.

    And no, I don’t think it’s strange someone would stab someone else outside of a nightclub. Fights, stabbings, shootings happen all the time without a larger conspiracy being attached.

    But just keep ignoring the evidence, and hoping you can blame a Muslim.

  • [-5] October 8, 2015 at 10:59pm

    So Trump believes that American citizens should be executed without trial.

    This man has no respect for the Constitution. He is a petty tyrant, and all the petty wannabe tyrants are cheering for him. Him, and they, are a danger to the Constitution.

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  • [7] October 8, 2015 at 10:48pm

    So, someone is automatically a felon because they’ve been accused of a crime and police should be able to execute them on the spot?

    Please, tell us how you love the Constitution.

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  • [5] October 8, 2015 at 10:47pm

    So you think it is okay to shoot an unarmed suspect that is running away?

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  • October 8, 2015 at 5:16pm

    Henri — you want proof that people like Glenn Beck would flip their lid at others freely exercising their religion?

    Just listen to his show. He’s opened the show the past two days freaking out because Satanists dedicated a statue on private property in a private ceremony.

  • [32] October 8, 2015 at 2:38pm

    While people at the Blaze think this is somehow sticking it to liberals, and standing up for their religion in a non-existent war on Christianity (every bit as fake as the war on cops and the war on women), no one actually cares or is offended by this. No one has ever been prevented from bringing a Bible to school, no student has ever been prevented from praying on their own.

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  • October 8, 2015 at 2:36pm

    Argyle, Travis is right — the Blaze would be screaming how it’s proof that the Muslims are going to take over the country.

  • [-2] October 8, 2015 at 2:35pm

    You are too right, LibertarianSocialist. People like Glenn Beck and far-right fundamentalists like him scream and whine about how they are being oppressed — when they say they are being oppressed, they mean that other ways of living life are being allowed to exist.

  • [-1] October 8, 2015 at 2:19pm

    A theory that has no evidence to support it.

  • [1] October 8, 2015 at 2:18pm

    This is the height of stupidity.

    The police outright said this was not in relation to the French shooting, and was part of a alcohol-fueled dispute at a nightclub.

    Skarlatos was very publically on Dancing with the Stars and not attending school. The shooter was a sick Men’s Rights Activist — who said nothing about Islam but all about how he was sad little puppy because he didn’t have a girlfriend.

    But you idiots, despite all the evidence to the contrary, are still blaming Muslims.

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  • October 8, 2015 at 10:16am

    I am sure the kid did a lot of things the same day that he died. That doesn’t mean any of them are responsible for the kid’s death. In fact, the article says he was driving with his girlfriend after a painful dental visit — if he was out of it from a dental procedure, that would seem to be more of a cause than hypnosis.

    In fact, I can’t find any source of hypnosis being responsible for deaths before this.

  • [323] October 8, 2015 at 10:03am

    GASP! He’s a 9/11 truther!?! My God! This must mean…well, something! It means something, we don’t know what it means, but it proves something, somehow!

    Real good journalism there. Keep grasping at those straws! The desperation is laughable. Like when everyone here was so desperate to blame the shooting in Oregon on Islam.

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  • [6] October 8, 2015 at 10:01am

    Jews too?

  • [-9] October 8, 2015 at 8:54am

    Prosecutors are all too happy to see grand juries refuse to indict, because they work hand-in-hand with the police departments, and rely on police to do their jobs.

    Then, on the off chance that a grand jury indicts, it is rare for a jury to convict a police officer for wrongdoing. And even when they are convicted, they tend to receive much more lenient sentences than civilians brought up on similar charges — even for the most heinous of crimes.

  • [-12] October 8, 2015 at 8:52am

    No one saying that or even arguing that. There are marches, there are meetings, people get together and try to figure out solutions to solve the problem of violence in the black community, but it isn’t much covered — especially by the right-leaning media, because it doesn’t serve their agenda. It negates the excuse you are using.

    What Black Lives Matter is about is how the media, law, and society treats minority victims of police violence.

    When Michael kills Bobby, Michael goes to jail for a very long time. Prosecutors stack on every charge they can to make sure he stays there.

    But put a badge on Michael, he gets a paid vacation while the matter is investigated.

    Then the media tells us how it is Bobby’s fault he was killed. They’ll dredge up anything to justify it. Oh, he had a record.

    Meanwhile, good portion of society — an example being the comments section on the Blaze — argues that Bobby’s death is okay, because he was accused of a crime, because he had a record, because he put up minor, instinctual resistance (we had people arguing that a 100 lb kid, protecting his face from a cop hitting it was deserving of the police beating him), fill in the blank with your favorite excuse.

    Then, if wrong doing was found on the part of Michael, it is up to the prosecutor to get a grand jury to indict him. And chances are, they won’t. It is extremely rare for a grand jury to indict a cop.

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  • [-4] October 8, 2015 at 8:29am

    At what point was this billboard even necessary? At what point did even a significant portion of society think that police lives don’t matter.

    It’s nonsense.

    As a society, we have embraced the idea that police get to go home at night, and vehemently defend the idea, to the point where we have accepted that even minor threats — or the cop being uncomfortable — can be met with brutal or deadly force.

    We have an entire wing of the media pushing a narrative of a “war on cops” even though violence against police is at an all time low.

    We have an entire wing of the media, and a good portion of society, that will defend even the worst cops, excuse and justify their actions, and allow them to stay on the force. We have an entire wing of the media that tells us any criticism of the police is the equivalent of violence against the police.

    Well, that is, when a minority is the victim of police violence.

    But if it’s a rancher who hasn’t paid his grazing fees, then conservatives suddenly don’t believe Blue Lives Matter anymore.

  • [1] October 8, 2015 at 8:10am

    Was there dash-cam video? If not, why?

  • October 8, 2015 at 8:09am

    Each of these cases is sad, and horrific for the families involved. My stepson died in an accident last year, so I understand the want and need to blame something. But it sounds like these families are desperately trying to grasp at something, someone, anything to blame. Because you don’t want to believe that your kid would kill themselves. You don’t want to believe your child could be taken from you from something as simple as an accident. It doesn’t seem like there is much evidence, however, that hypnosis was to blame. Correlation doesn’t equal causation.

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  • October 8, 2015 at 7:57am

    Yes, because it is libs who are always justifying and excusing police abuse and killings of suspects.

  • [1] October 7, 2015 at 4:19pm

    What are you so afraid of, Clausewitz?

    Why are so afraid of maximizing liberty for all?

    Why are you such a coward?

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