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In Topic: Ferguson Decision

24 November 2014 - 11:43 PM

just how far can michael brown's arm stretch? 30 feet? 300? who knows? around blacks, never relax


Where are you getting these distances from, and you had nothing in the manner of a reply. He was shot up close in the car and again up close as he charged the officer ( per the officer and several witnesses ) On a related but different note as a lot of people talk about 21 ft being a minimum reaction distance. While there is no hard science on the distance, it is a good rough distance to start with. If you have your firearm out due to a deadly force situation, you're not going to wait for them to close within a couple feet before firing.

In Topic: Ferguson Decision

24 November 2014 - 11:34 PM

pretty much any argument suggesting michael brown made the conscious decision to murder a police officer, given the circumstances of his death, can easily be read as "around blacks, never relax"


The physical evidence and credible witnesses all point to a scuffle, possibly for the officers gun, inside the car from the first moment of contact. He might not have intended to murder a cop as you say, but that officer has no way of knowing. Any attempt to take a weapon turns it into a deadly force situation, how is that hard to comprehend?

In Topic: Ferguson Decision

24 November 2014 - 11:26 PM

because he was unarmed and at least 30 feet away when he was killed and there's literally no way he decided to begin his life of crime with taking a police officer's gun and shooting him to death in broad daylight in the middle of a residential area because again no human being acts like this.


His life of crime actually had to have begun at the very least with strong arm robbery for a couple cigarillo's, but what do facts matter

In Topic: Ferguson Decision

24 November 2014 - 11:17 PM

my mistake let us all take a moment to mourn the loss of this brave instrument of oppression


again every single police car could burn and so long as no one dies it will pale in comparison to the wrongful death of michael brown. nothing of value was lost. be happy that the people with legitimate grievances are taking their frustration out on objects rather than kids. if only the police could handle not shooting kids and not supporting the ppl who shoot kids


Maybe I missed it earlier, but why do you state it as a wrongful death?

In Topic: Ferguson Decision

24 November 2014 - 11:08 PM

Thing is... Insurance will give cops a new car and other insurance members will pay for it.


Cities are usually self insured, so only the tax paying residents of Ferguson will dole out.

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