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omgfolks

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  • November 24, 2014 at 4:36pm

    It is time we look at the police response to a gun. It appears that LEO’s are given free hand when it comes to a person with a gun, whether a real threat or not LEO’s respond with deadly force way to much. LEO’s should only fire when fired upon, this would prevent needless situations such as this. Supposedly the LEO”s are professional and know how to handle a weapon, clearly in this instance this was not the case. Now granted I was no there and I did not see what happened, however I have not heard anything that said this child threatened the officer either. I do not think LEO’s out there need to be so damned aggressive, had this officer time to engage this child? What transpired other than the kid put his hand near his waste band? I can remember here on blaze where a cop fired multiple times at a man who was getting his license and registration as ordered so this is of no surprise to this happening again.. Cops should never discharge their weapon unless fired upon, if they do, we need to prosecute..

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  • [2] November 16, 2014 at 7:34pm

    Lets do some math here, 100 vehicles = 100 people if the agency were “good stewards” of the resources they would have 4 man teams per vehicle = 400 additional guns on the street. a small battalion at minimum. Now lets consider there is one or two other hotels with battalion level police sitting and waiting to engage at a moments notice, this could be bolstered by the news reports that 1000′s of police have received special training in the wake of this thing. Scares me to think we have to have this type of reaction in the first place and equally troubling Military style reaction from the Law Enforcement. Are they really Law Enforcement or are the Military? It is very hard to see any real difference between the two, both are armed and trained to use their weapons, as Mr. Brown would tell you if he could. If have no problem if L. E. wants all the big toys, but along with the big toys should come the maximum penalty under the law if found guilty to breaking the law. They need to be held at a higher standard than the average citizen, if they don’t like it they quit. This way people would be able to trust them a bit more. If a cop knew he would get the maximum penalty allowed under the law for breaking the law maybe then their attitudes would be less “us against them” and become more professional and polite.

  • November 10, 2014 at 4:23pm

    This is becoming all to common place in America. LEO’s all across the nations are under the impression that “They” are the law and not the actual laws on the books. Clearly demonstrated by this THUG IN UNIFORM he does not care about and individuals right to anything. Not only did he assault this guy but he threaten bodily harm. Why was he not arrest for whole host of crimes committed is beyond and reasonable or ration thought. LEO’s in America need to be held to the HIGHEST STANDARDS within the community, no longer should be provide them with any latitude in the execution of their duties and if they break the law TO ANY DEGREE, they should have the firearms removed from their person and homes forever and prosecuted to the FULLEST EXTENT OF THE LAW. We hear all the time how they have it so bad, how they need ‘SPECIAL CONSIDERATION” because their jobs, Along with this Special Considerations should come punishment that send a message to all LEO”S out there that will not be tolerated. This needs to stop in America and LEO’s need to start remembering that they too are subject to the same laws with NO SPECIAL TREATMENT simply because they are cops.

  • November 7, 2014 at 6:08pm

    As a SEAL you take an Oath, this creed you live and die by. You train and train until the time your tapped to enter the field, your mission set out for you and your brethren as you deploy. Upon return you are tapped again and again to carry out missions designed to keep Americans Safe. You swore before and above all else to ever remain at the ready to be tapped again. As your brother before you and since you have fallen down range your oath and creed remained steadfast. You are a SEAL a cut above all else, you earn a place in the ranks that very few will ever achieve what makes this so bad is now you deceive. You turned your back on your brother, your oath and your creed, all in the name of GREED. Withdraw from this path by seeking forgiveness from your brothers, stand your punishment and return to your mission, I am no SEAL, I am a man, one who used to look up to you and now must turn my eyes. I am the American Man who you let down as you embarked on this mission of Greed.
    For all you SEALS Now and to come, I salute yor and admire you for the path you have chosen, if I am ever tapped to go down range in defense of this my America, I hope and I prey to have a SEAL lead my way.

  • [-1] November 7, 2014 at 5:43pm

    No young lady you did not finish the race. With the assistance of 2 wonderful young ladies you were able to cross the finish line, but the race was over once the rules were broken. You should have lost more gracefully instead of causing others to lose with you, maybe the humility of losing would cause you to train hard next time.

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  • [3] November 7, 2014 at 5:31pm

    Don’t worry the weather is getting cold so the heathens will stay inside soon.

  • [5] November 7, 2014 at 5:24pm

    It seems as if the African American population just cant get out of the jungle, the are a mean and violent lot.

  • [4] November 6, 2014 at 7:01pm

    Nothing racist about it. The problem today isn’t race, its all the people who continue to try to make race an issue rather than individually accept responsibility for their own actions…

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  • [4] November 6, 2014 at 6:55pm

    OMG and people want her to speak on Torture? The torture was hearing her speak the first time.

  • [1] November 4, 2014 at 8:25am

    Gun Control has been in the news about as long as the war on drugs, DECADES. We the people have a right to own and carry, pure plain and simple. What we have here is the SCARED trying to stop people from their Rights simply because they are scared. We have always had the timid and the scared in America and we always will. That is why it is important to own and carry, because someone has to be able to protect the weak. We cannot count on the government or law enforcement to protect us, THEY CANNNOT. Personal safety is just as it states PERSONAL SAFETY. Because the campaign of the weak and timid is furthered in the media we constantly see them pushing to Control Guns the media has long since pushed the agenda towards SCARING AMERICA in their broadcast, simply put Sex and Violence Sells, so they continue to scare Americans into compliance. Trillions of dollars of tax payers money have been wasted on trying to control guns all the while we are ARMING POLICE TO A MILITARY GRADE LEVEL. Come on folks open your eyes, is the Right to Own and Carry really worth losing yet another Right afforded Americans? We the people need to take back government from Cooperate America and put them back to work on things that matter to Americans like lowering the deficit and getting people back to work. We are not WE THE SHEEP, we are the strong and the brave, and it is high time Americans back America. The timid surrenders the strong survive, which will you be. STOP GUN CONTROL MEASURES at all cost.

  • [2] November 1, 2014 at 10:24pm

    Well great job, cops gets off, riot thwarted by throwing cash at them and life goes on in Ferguson. All the posturing about riots and never letting go, went away when the politicians tossed a few bucks out and some BS Committee or two and it all goes away. Mo Special Treatment for the whiners

  • [3] November 1, 2014 at 10:07pm

    Holder added it is “fully possible” to allow law enforcement to do its job while protecting personal privacy. “oh really?”
    Our founding fathers set some pretty strict rules for exactly these types of things. What Holder is suggestion without cause or a warrant tyranny, Under the guise of “do our job” Make people safe” he is asking to circumvent the very principles his office is designed to defend.
    America has strayed so far from its own basic rights to privacy far enough with this campaign of terror by our own government. Far too many times do we hear ” Saved American Lives” excuse to bolster their own agenda of total control of the masses. Think about it, Drones use, no warrant needed to get your information, constant militarizing of local law enforcement complete with Combat Assault Vehicles complete with machine turrets , Armored Personnel Carriers, Rockets, Grenades, all the while telling citizens how dangerous is out there.
    Well folks I don’t think America is all that bad. Certainly not bad enough that we forgive the DOJ for trying to circumvent any more Americans Rights simply because they feel it is a waste of time to follow the Constitution.. This is absurd.

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  • [2] October 25, 2014 at 9:59am

    Here is the deal, First the reason for the delay is to allow the police and government to position themselves with resources and plans for the potential looting and rioting, Secondly since the average intelligence of the protestors being that of an adolescent the information being leaked is done strategically to start changing the minds of those who mistakenly think that M Brown wasn’t a thug. And Third, by slowly releasing the reports the level of aggression is controlled in small burst rather than in one huge reaction. There will be no charges filed and the cop will be moved to a different city to protect him and his family while allowing him to further his career. Once again the government has controlled this stupid segment of society into compliance when they didn’t even know it was happening. There is no plausible reason that this investigation has taken so long other than what I have posted, this has been about controlling the stupid into compliance and gaining a positive position for attack should the need arise. There was never going to be any charges, this is just a dog and pony show.

  • [2] October 21, 2014 at 7:17pm

    Do as I say not as I do is how the government and LEO’s work. There should be not crime to do that which the government does unless it is a crime for them too. This double standard should not be tolerated yet it continues to happen against the citizens.. I fear no the thug on the street I fear the LEO’s out there doing the government business. It is not going to be long before everyone has a microchip implanted with credits on it, our of credits your done.

  • [3] October 21, 2014 at 6:54pm

    I have said it before and I will say it again. This is not about M Brown or Racism, it is about Stupid doing what stupid does. This segment of society who has for decades blamed whitey for their own shortcomings. This is not a democrat thing or a republican thing either. Obama didn’t do it. This is about stupid people doing stupid things, just like that stupid senator who tried to get herself arrested, well she succeeded, this does nothing for the cause, one would hope that our elected officials would be smarter than this. But as Forest said ” stupid is as stupid does.

  • [4] October 19, 2014 at 10:19am

    In fear of my life! The thing all cops are taught to say, whether is was actually scared or not cannot be proven beyond a reasonable doubt, that is why they are taught to use this phrase. Regardless of the need to kill this man was necessary the end result is that the thug is dead, Officer will not be accountable and the Fergusonites will continue pull the race card as an excuse to riot and loot. I don’t know if the guy needed put down, but he is down, its up to the Fergusonites to become better educated and move past this 1960′s mentality that everything wrong in their lives is at the hands of whitey. America need not dumb down for the black community to have a equal chance, the blacks need to accept their position or finally decide to educate themselves and become useful to the civilized world.

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  • [1] October 17, 2014 at 9:55am

    Murder No, some lessor charge maybe, but given the training LEO’s get doubtful if any charges would stick. Race issue? No! This man by looking at the photo and other photos showed anger in his eyes and disposition, these are not the faces of a happy kid. Gang Sign? Not sure however I have seen these signs elsewhere and they do depict gang affiliation.
    This young thug died because he did not listen or do what the man with the gun told him to do, pure and simple. Too stupid to listen and just stop, he moved toward a person with a gun who is trained to be afraid and to use deadly force whenever possible. The old saying goes ” the last liar left standing” is the one to beleive. LEO’s today react with a firearm as their first line of defense which is just plain wrong, every day we see LEO’s involved in shootings anymore, shooting that originated from a lessor crime escalated by them. It used to be the weapon was drawn only as a last resort, now we see LEO’s going all John Wayne on people over the silliest of things. Brown dies because he was too stupid for his own good.

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  • [45] October 7, 2014 at 5:44pm

    The notion of “Officer Safety” is just an excuse anymore. “Officer Safety” is important yes, HOWEVER there needs to be some defined threat before and officer claims “officer safety”. This is sounding like those in the black community who cry racism at the drop of a hat. I for one do no believe that if an officer pulls over a driver for speading he has any business questioning anyone else in the vehicle without probable cause, merely being a passenger is not sufficient. LEO’s today use this as an excuse just collect information and update their data files plain and simple. There is no call for the officer to question a passenger in the vehicle and if the officer is so afraid of the passengers then he should instruct the driver to exit the vehicle and step back to his ARMORED CARRRIER he drives. Seeing how LEO’s escalate situations under the guise of “officer safety sickens me. It sicken me because a little more of our civil liberties has been taken away because the officer is scared. Why are they so scared? I think it is because they train themselves to be that way. We must remember they CHOSE the job, they can quit at any time and let someone who is lass afraid do it. There is room for concern yes, but for the most part this “officer safety” excuse is just a ruse to bully the citizens into compliance. Assault rifles, shot guns hand guns tazers, billy sticks and the officer is afraid???? Whats wrong with that picture folks??? LEO’s need to stop looking at citizens as “game”

  • [6] October 7, 2014 at 5:24pm

    This thug is in need of some serious metal works. It is funny that he hides behind a mask and spouts his hatred , he is a coward to hide like that, if he truly beleived the BS he is spouting why hide behind a mask? If he is so protected by Alababa because he is right then why hide behind a mask? H is a punk coward that needs put down..

  • October 6, 2014 at 6:40pm

    Torn,, on the one hand I see their point, on the other I see a convict who is contributing to society all the while demonstrating the consequences of ones actions by being locked away for life. I see both sides of this equation, who right? One both? I think both myself

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