When you don’t shoot a killer resisting arrest


 

 

Seems simple enough to me. Follow the directions of the police. Don’t argue, and most of all don’t fight. Don’t return to your car and look like you are reaching or do reach for something.

For some reason we now expect the police to be psychic as to the intent. That they should offer up their lives or serious injury to themselves so that hopped up crazed individuals can act out.

When did this start? This is a new expectation. It is wrong. None of the men who have been shot recently by police that has caused mayhem throughout the country would have been shot if they had simply followed the police instructions.

Everyone resisted arrest and were in a major struggle.

Want to know how things can go very wrong for our men and women in blue? Remember the rules of the game now. No choke holds. No knees on the back.

Call the social workers next time. I am sure it will go much better.

 

18 Responses to “When you don’t shoot a killer resisting arrest”

  1. Always On Watch Says:

    Sobering! Why would anyone want to be a police officer these days?

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  2. Steve Dennis Says:

    You nailed it and it is pretty simple if you ask me. I think at this point these people think they can get away with more because of all the scrutiny and they just keep pushing and pushing until something happens and they they cry foul.

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  3. markone1blog Says:

    Not to spoil your day, but did you see how Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron tells Biden

    I think often about my ancestors who struggled for freedom. And as I think of those giants and their broad shoulders, I also think about Joe Biden, who says, “If you aren’t voting for me, you ain’t black.” Who argues that Republicans would “put us back in chains.” Who says, “there is no diversity of thought in the black community.”

    Mister Vice President look at me. I am black.

    We are not all the same, sir.

    I am not in chains. My mind is my own and you can’t tell me how to vote because of the color of my skin.

    (full text is at my blog )

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  4. geeez2014 Says:

    Your title reads “When you (COP) don’t shoot a killer resisting arrest”….and my mind immediately went to “When you don’t shoot a killer resisting arrest, your wife and children could be husbandless and fatherless that night.”

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thats about the gist of it…. and now regular Americans are not putting up with this. BLM are wandering off the Democrat reservations into rural America and it is not ending well. A couple more shot …so much for BLM>

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      • geeez2014 Says:

        Right…I think we’re all starting to FINALLY see some resistance…people are FED UP……..and I don’t believe the race card will continue to work since SO many people of color aren’t any happier with the destruction than white folks are. As a matter of fact, Kenosha is apparently largely hispanic now and they have not been seen in the angry mobs many believe are mostly not from Kenosha at all.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Apparently they came in from Chicago. I am surprised we don’t hear more about who is supporting them,.

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      • markone1blog Says:

        Well, at least in Chicago, it seems that the mayor thinks that she can blame Mississippi.

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  5. Mustang Says:

    When did it start? Criminals have been killing lawmen since the colonial period. I’ve written about dozens of such accounts at my blog, Thoughts From Afar– https://thoughtsfromafar.blog the story always begins with dysfunctional families, and in more recent years, with children raised in homes where “dad” has deserted his wife or the woman he’s been living with and the kids they spawned were never raised as children, but simply “came up” without a stern, but loving, guiding hand. This situation isn’t confined to any one race, but it is certainly prevalent within black and Hispanic communities. No one is thinking about this in the few seconds of a scuffle that results in violent death; no one is thinking about it in the aftermath of such an event, either … except to provide a racist narrative to further a political agenda.

    The problem isn’t about overzealous police officers (although there are a few of these). The problem is that our society today is plagued with an increasingly higher percentage of uncivil citizens and there are two categories of these. In the first, men and women who, in the pursuit of illegal activities, kill or injure others in deadly assaults, who set fire to buildings, who break out windows and loot property that isn’t theirs, who perform armed robberies, who use, sell, or distribute drugs, who rape others, and who lay in ambush of the innocent. In the second, those who enable lawlessness by ignoring problems in our society, by refusing to address them in a responsible way, who care more about their agenda-driven career than they do about finding common sense solutions.

    Camel Harris comes to mind, and a long list of others just like her, white, black, or brown-skinned, who are (in my view) far more despicable than the street thug. One can deplore the criminality of the street thug, while at the same time, understand why they’re thugs. It is impossible (for me) to understand Biden/Harris, and dozens more democrats and some republicans just like them … people who have managed to transform our once “nice communities” into human cesspools: Detroit, Cincinnati, Columbus, Baltimore, Washington, Chicago, New York, Atlanta, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco.

    Not every police officer is a blue knight. There are deficiencies in hiring “affirmative action” men and women, arming them, and then expecting them to exercise good judgment 100% of the time. The costs of affirmative action have been extraordinarily high: incompetent doctors, dentists, paramedics, police officers, schoolteachers, lawyers and judges, ministers and social workers, and juries of peers who do not even know the capitals of their own states. This is something we can fix, if we want to fix it, but I have seen no evidence of any seriousness in doing so. That said, we cannot fix everything and everyone. We call this “life.” We will always have thugs, and some of these need to be shot.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      We are asking too much of the police to have all of these physical altercations day in and out. While they complain about the law that put so many in jail in the nineties as inhuman… thus Biden……in fact the purpose was to get repeat long term criminals off the streets… three strikes and you went away for good.. Sadly some of the low level drug cases got caught up in this, but for the most part it resulted in the decline in crime. Now, they don’t even need bail. Too many judges were letting criminals off the hook… thus mandatory sentences.. but now we have this. No respect.

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  6. markone1blog Says:

    Of course, Meadow Pollack was condemned by a Obama/Biden PROMISE program, as pointed out by her father on the first night of the convention.

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  7. markone1blog Says:

    So what town got burned down in protest of this thug shooting two cops? Which store got looted because two policemen were attacked? I hope that (like the Kenosha thug) they survived.

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