Yep, the world is rid of one less scummy criminal - it's no great loss to the gene pool TBH. I bet all the previous victims of his crimes are kind of happy in the way that he's now no longer around to commit more crimes. I just hope the judge and jury see fit to release the cop with a minimal sentence or acquit him altogether as this was nothing more than a tragic accident and that's all.
Not going to happen. The left will burn more cities and more people will die or get hurt if they don't get the verdict they want. The court more than likely knows this and will try and sentence accordingly.
Cool. I am glad we can agree on that.No it was not,
Is it reasonable to expect his demise from the starting point though?but Mr. Floyd might as well have been a member of his own firing squad. He was also responsible for his actions and the series of events that led to his demise.
These discussions always fall down on nuance. Everything gets polarised. I don’t think that anyone is actually saying that the victims actions were acceptable or should be disregarded. Rather, speaking for myself, there is a concern with how the police are dealing with people. If that makes me ”the shrieking left” then I am at a loss.But many forum members are willing to make him a poster boy just like Michael Brown.
Which is where the law abiding members of society, grow tired of the shrieking left. You folks are your own worst enemy.
Though clearly that would be a criminal conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
Anyone'd think it was a deliberate trap....
Cool. I am glad we can agree on that.
Is it reasonable to expect his demise from the starting point though?
These discussions always fall down on nuance. Everything gets polarised. I don’t think that anyone is actually saying that the victims actions were acceptable or should be disregarded. Rather, speaking for myself, there is a concern with how the police are dealing with people. If that makes me ”the shrieking left” then I am at a loss.
I don't agree with the length of time he was subjected to it, and that is where Chauvin screwed up and will pay a stiff price for that.
Quite a risk to the officer trying to manhandle a 250lb weirdo with Covid into a position he doesn't want to be in.
EMS had already been called.
Floyd had already refused such.
Floyd was a dumbshit, but Chauvin also had his BFO moment.
I agree, it was not an execution.So he turns up at the scene to see two rookies wrestling some dude in the middle of the road, and the wrong side of the car with both doors open.
It's pretty clear that the Emperor has been at work.
His first duty is to take charge and regain control, then to restrain the crim whilst the ambulance arrives.
Frankly the original rookie officers might have been more alarmed if Floyd hadn't been lying through his teeth about not being able to breathe the entire time.
Floyd wanted to be on the floor, nobody even with perfect hindsight is going to manhandle a blubbing covid case like that.
At best he might have stood with his foot on his back, in which case nothing changes. Video still goes viral, Democrats and Soros still smell blood, BBC still encourages violence.... because they do this every election year.
Regardless, the original racist cop executes poor innocent saintly black man narrative couldn't be more of a busted flush.