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Defenseless cops shot point blank - people celebrate at hospital

THe mainstream media is giving it short shrift but 2 Compton cops were sitting in their car when a vicious thug walked up and shot them at point blank range. He ran like the misguided coward that he obviously is. The so-called "peaceful protesters" that the media keeps trying to sell to the American people proceeded to the hospital where the cops were being treated to celebrate them nearly being murdered.

Just wanted to get it out there since it is being serverly overshadowed by anti-police narratives that flood practically all of the media outlets 24/7. Its more than a shame that good people - who happen to be police officers - can be attacked and killed with little to no recognition AND, now, met with celebration.

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Here's a link to the above:



https://abc7.com/la-deput...h/6421043/


LYNWOOD, Calif. (KABC) -- A small crowd of demonstrators gathered outside a Lynwood hospital Saturday night where two Los Angeles County Sh...in Compton.

Video from outside St. Francis Medical Center shows authorities trying to clear the area. At one point, a few people were seen blocking the emergency exit and entrance to the hospital.





I do not know who these small group of demonstrators were, but they were taken care of by the sherrifs. What happened to those two officers was horrible and unforgivable and I personally condemn such acts of violence.
I hope they catch the guy and my thoughts are with the two officers who were harmed and their families.


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DiminutiveRocker said:

Here's a link to the above:



https://abc7.com/la-deput...h/6421043/


LYNWOOD, Calif. (KABC) -- A small crowd of demonstrators gathered outside a Lynwood hospital Saturday night where two Los Angeles County Sh...in Compton.

Video from outside St. Francis Medical Center shows authorities trying to clear the area. At one point, a few people were seen blocking the emergency exit and entrance to the hospital.





I do not know who these small group of demonstrators were, but they were taken care of by the sherrifs. What happened to those two officers was horrible and unforgivable and I personally condemn such acts of violence.
I hope they catch the guy and my thoughts are with the two officers who were harmed and their families.


Bold typing "small crowd" means nothing. If it were a "small crowd" of whites that did such a hideous act in regards to non-whites, there would be no emphasis on the size of the crowd. Media spin like this is the epitome of liberal media bias - something in which ABC is a leader. But the issue of race is left out entirely when it is not to the advantage of BLM and leftists.

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AMERICA1ST said:

THe mainstream media is giving it short shrift but 2 Compton cops were sitting in their car when a vicious thug walked up and shot them at point blank range. He ran like the misguided coward that he obviously is. The so-called "peaceful protesters" that the media keeps trying to sell to the American people proceeded to the hospital where the cops were being treated to celebrate them nearly being murdered.

Just wanted to get it out there since it is being serverly overshadowed by anti-police narratives that flood practically all of the media outlets 24/7. Its more than a shame that good people - who happen to be police officers - can be attacked and killed with little to no recognition AND, now, met with celebration.

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AMERICA1ST said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

Here's a link to the above:



https://abc7.com/la-deput...h/6421043/


LYNWOOD, Calif. (KABC) -- A small crowd of demonstrators gathered outside a Lynwood hospital Saturday night where two Los Angeles County Sh...in Compton.

Video from outside St. Francis Medical Center shows authorities trying to clear the area. At one point, a few people were seen blocking the emergency exit and entrance to the hospital.





I do not know who these small group of demonstrators were, but they were taken care of by the sherrifs. What happened to those two officers was horrible and unforgivable and I personally condemn such acts of violence.
I hope they catch the guy and my thoughts are with the two officers who were harmed and their families.


Bold typing "small crowd" means nothing. If it were a "small crowd" of whites that did such a hideous act in regards to non-whites, there would be no emphasis on the size of the crowd. Media spin like this is the epitome of liberal media bias - something in which ABC is a leader. But the issue of race is left out entirely when it is not to the advantage of BLM and leftists.

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If you can find a single person here who is favour of this shooting then I will stand with you against that person. It is a deplorable act and it is NOT justifiable to protest the hospital where the victims are recovering.

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However, the spin and bias in your posts is awful. This is two people shot. It is not a left vs right issue, this is a violence against police issue. In this way it is the same as BLM - BLM is not a left vs right issue, it is a violence by police issue.

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Other than there were 4 or 5 protestors too little is known about the people involved or motives for any conclusion to be made.

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The article also includes that a reporter, Josie Huang was violently arrested by the police despite wearing her press ID and having been just in a press conference. She has since been released. This is a violence by police issue.

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I don’t think the majority of people would be celebrating a cop being shot at or killed. A few that you claim are doing that, doesn’t represent the general public, and yes, it’s been all over the media about the ambush, so it is getting a lot of coverage, including a $175,000 reward for anyone with info about the shooter.

Just seems like you’re pushing your own personal agenda, by using that incident to push it.
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I don’t think the majority of people would be celebrating a cop being shot at or killed. A few that you claim are doing that, doesn’t represent the general public, and yes, it’s been all over the media about the ambush, so it is getting a lot of coverage, including a $175,000 reward for anyone with info about the shooter. Just seems like you’re pushing your own personal agenda, by using that incident to push it. [Edited 9/15/20 19:16pm]

Agreed. Maybe this is an orger that should be ignored.

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AMERICA1ST said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

Here's a link to the above:



https://abc7.com/la-deput...h/6421043/


LYNWOOD, Calif. (KABC) -- A small crowd of demonstrators gathered outside a Lynwood hospital Saturday night where two Los Angeles County Sh...in Compton.

Video from outside St. Francis Medical Center shows authorities trying to clear the area. At one point, a few people were seen blocking the emergency exit and entrance to the hospital.





I do not know who these small group of demonstrators were, but they were taken care of by the sherrifs. What happened to those two officers was horrible and unforgivable and I personally condemn such acts of violence.
I hope they catch the guy and my thoughts are with the two officers who were harmed and their families.


Bold typing "small crowd" means nothing. If it were a "small crowd" of whites that did such a hideous act in regards to non-whites, there would be no emphasis on the size of the crowd. Media spin like this is the epitome of liberal media bias - something in which ABC is a leader. But the issue of race is left out entirely when it is not to the advantage of BLM and leftists.

[Edited 9/15/20 17:45pm]

There was video for this story as well - the crowd was not large, relatively small and easily handled by the sherrif.


It's like the big orange lying president in the room, you choose not to SEE him. Fine, whatever.

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SeventeenDayze said:

2elijah said:

I don’t think the majority of people would be celebrating a cop being shot at or killed. A few that you claim are doing that, doesn’t represent the general public, and yes, it’s been all over the media about the ambush, so it is getting a lot of coverage, including a $175,000 reward for anyone with info about the shooter. Just seems like you’re pushing your own personal agenda, by using that incident to push it. [Edited 9/15/20 19:16pm]

Agreed. Maybe this is an orger that should be ignored.

Yep... I'm done. (almost -lol)




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2elijah said:


I don’t think the majority of people would be celebrating a cop being shot at or killed. A few that you claim are doing that, doesn’t represent the general public, and yes, it’s been all over the media about the ambush, so it is getting a lot of coverage, including a $175,000 reward for anyone with info about the shooter. Just seems like you’re pushing your own personal agenda, by using that incident to push it. [Edited 9/15/20 19:16pm]

Agreed. Maybe this is an orger that should be ignored.


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AMERICA1ST said:

Bold typing "small crowd" means nothing. If it were a "small crowd" of whites that did such a hideous act in regards to non-whites, there would be no emphasis on the size of the crowd. Media spin like this is the epitome of liberal media bias - something in which ABC is a leader. But the issue of race is left out entirely when it is not to the advantage of BLM and leftists.

[Edited 9/15/20 17:45pm]

There was video for this story as well - the crowd was not large, relatively small and easily handled by the sherrif.


It's like the big orange lying president in the room, you choose not to SEE him. Fine, whatever.

Why does the size of the crowd matter? It was hate. Can a rational person believe it would be marginalized if it were the other way around? I said nothing racist but I am being attacked for pointing out hatred against police officers that were severely injured for doing nothing. Where is the justice for them? They are American people, too. Aren't they worthy of the same respect and consideration as those who were hurt by othe police unjustly?

And who said anything about the president? I did not.

OK - I appreciate differing positions but I do not accept false personal accusations or condemnation for my positions.

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AMERICA1ST said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

There was video for this story as well - the crowd was not large, relatively small and easily handled by the sherrif.


It's like the big orange lying president in the room, you choose not to SEE him. Fine, whatever.

Why does the size of the crowd matter? It was hate. Can a rational person believe it would be marginalized if it were the other way around? I said nothing racist but I am being attacked for pointing out hatred against police officers that were severely injured for doing nothing. Where is the justice for them? They are American people, too. Aren't they worthy of the same respect and consideration as those who were hurt by othe police unjustly?

And who said anything about the president? I did not.

OK - I appreciate differing positions but I do not accept false personal accusations or condemnation for my positions.

Sorry - I must have misnterrpreted your 'Trump 2020" comments and your screen name as your support for him. rolleyes



No one is saying there should not be justice for those officers.

No one is condoning what that shooter did.


No one is saying that the shooter should not be caught, arrested and prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

No one is saying the officers are not worthy of respect or consideration.


WHO are you talking to? WHO is "condemning" you?


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When the society falls apart you get chaos. Is this a right wing troll on the org?

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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2freaky4church1 said:

When the society falls apart you get chaos. Is this a right wing troll on the org?


It would seem he/she is.

Chaos is a thing these days. neutral

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http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/search-underway-in-virginia-for-gunman-who-shot-at-moving-police-vehicle/ar-BB1967sN?ocid=ientp

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Search underway in Virginia for gunman who shot at moving police vehicle
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A manhunt was underway in Virginia early Wednesday morning for a gunman who shot at a moving police vehicle.
The officer behind the wheel, the only person in the cruiser at the time, was not injured, the Suffolk Police Department said in a statement shared on social media.

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According to authorities, the marked police vehicle was struck three times in the attack, which unfolded Tuesday in the city of Suffolk around 7:25 p.m.

"There is a large police presence in the immediate area as Officers collect evidence and search for a suspect," the police statement reads.

A motive behind the shooting remains unknown, but it comes just days after a pair of deputies in Los Angeles County were ambushed while on the job. The pair of officers, identified as a 31-year-old mother and her 24-year-old partner, were seated inside their cruiser when a lone gunman walked up to the window and opened fire.

Both were shot four or five times, but are expected to survive their injuries.

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Reply #15 posted 09/16/20 12:51pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:

AMERICA1ST said:

Why does the size of the crowd matter? It was hate. Can a rational person believe it would be marginalized if it were the other way around? I said nothing racist but I am being attacked for pointing out hatred against police officers that were severely injured for doing nothing. Where is the justice for them? They are American people, too. Aren't they worthy of the same respect and consideration as those who were hurt by othe police unjustly?

And who said anything about the president? I did not.

OK - I appreciate differing positions but I do not accept false personal accusations or condemnation for my positions.

Sorry - I must have misnterrpreted your 'Trump 2020" comments and your screen name as your support for him. rolleyes



No one is saying there should not be justice for those officers.

No one is condoning what that shooter did.


No one is saying that the shooter should not be caught, arrested and prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

No one is saying the officers are not worthy of respect or consideration.


WHO are you talking to? WHO is "condemning" you?


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I was called a racist - thats condemnation. I reported it. There have been edits now. I said nothing about Trump on this thread because it has nothing to do with Trump. Attacking me over Trump is not rational or fair.

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SeventeenDayze said:

2elijah said:

I don’t think the majority of people would be celebrating a cop being shot at or killed. A few that you claim are doing that, doesn’t represent the general public, and yes, it’s been all over the media about the ambush, so it is getting a lot of coverage, including a $175,000 reward for anyone with info about the shooter. Just seems like you’re pushing your own personal agenda, by using that incident to push it. [Edited 9/15/20 19:16pm]

Agreed. Maybe this is an orger that should be ignored.

Ok - NOW I am done. lol Yep - ignore

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Reply #17 posted 09/16/20 6:17pm

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Interesting this suspect shot 2 cops, and one of the cops he shot, died fro
the injury, and the suspect got to live. Surprised the police didn’t shoot/kill him during the encounter.

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Newly Released Footage Shows White Man Shooting Two Tulsa Officers, Killing One; Police Chief Had Requested Video Only Be Shown In Court

Posted by Niara Savage | September 16, 2020 CommentsComments (0)

“On Monday, Sept. 14, police in Tulsa, Oklahoma, released body camera and dashcam footage of the June shooting that left one officer dead and another wounded. The release of the footage led some on social media to point out what they deemed to be the hypocrisies in the responses to those shootings and those of the shootings of unarmed Black men and of two Los Angeles deputies.

[b]David Ware, a 33-year-old white man, was captured and taken alive into police custody after shooting Sgt. Craig Johnson and Officer Aurash Zarkeshan after a traffic stop that occurred during the overnight hours of June 29 in East Tulsa. After an argument and struggle that took place over several minutes, Ware grabbed a gun from under his seat and fired multiple shots at the officers.

Zarkeshan survived, but Johnson died from his injuries.

During a news conference held Monday, Sept. 14, prior to the release of the video, Tulsa Police Chief Wendell Franklin noted that the suspect was given dozens of commands before officers used nonlethal options including a stun gun and pepper spray in an attempt to get Ware to exit the vehicle. Ware was eventually dragged out of his car by the two officers.


Franklin urged the public not to watch the video of the shooting. “To me, it seems criminals have more rights than what you and I do, they have more rights than what our law enforcement officers do. You would never be allowed, publicly, to see the execution of a criminal, yet today you get to publicly see the execution of a police officer. What kind of society is that?”

District Judge William Musseman disagreed, noting the public has the right to know what happened under the opens record act.

Before it was released, Ware’s sister said the video footage would exonerate her brother and show that he acted in self-defense. “I think it’s ridiculous if they have nothing to hide why not just show the video footage,” Ashley Melendy said. The nearly 17-minute long video appeared to show the exact opposite.

After the video was made public, some people pointed out that Ware was taken into custody alive after shooting two police officers, while other Black men have been shot while completely unarmed.

Others said there was less outrage from Blue Lives Matter supporters following the release of the video, compared to after the shooting of the two Los Angeles deputies on Saturday.


After the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Office shared information about the ambush that left two deputies wounded, the hashtag #BlueLivesMatter trended on Twitter, and President Donald Trump called the shooter an “animal.”

The Sheriff’s Office said the suspect is a Black man between the ages of 28 and 30.

Video footage of the shooting shows the suspect approach the patrol car parked near Compton station, and fire multiple shots through the passenger window before fleeing.

Author Tariq Nasheed tweeted that Blue Lives Matter supporters only care about the lives of police officers when it furthers their “anti-Black racism.”

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Sounds like the Tulsa incident was a struggle between the suspect and the police officers. In this kind of situation the officers had every reason and right to shoot the suspect who was not complying after being stopped and ultimately fired upon them. Sounds like these officers were acting professionally. So sad that one died, that is heartbreaking and the suspect should be held accountable. So becasue they officers did not shoot the guy (which would have been reasonable under the circumstances) the BlueLivesMatter peeps did not find that to be horrible? Very odd indeed.


In LA those poor officers were just sitting in their car and the suspect walked right up and shot them. They had no defense and no alert that this was going to happen. It was a cowardly attack on the officers who look like they will both live, thak god. I hope they catch that guy - there is a 100k reward for any info leading to his ID and arrest.

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DiminutiveRocker said:

Sounds like the Tulsa incident was a struggle between the suspect and the police officers. In this kind of situation the officers had every reason and right to shoot the suspect who was not complying after being stopped and ultimately fired upon them. Sounds like these officers were acting professionally. So sad that one died, that is heartbreaking and the suspect should be held accountable. So becasue they officers did not shoot the guy (which would have been reasonable under the circumstances) the BlueLivesMatter peeps did not find that to be horrible? Very odd indeed.


In LA those poor officers were just sitting in their car and the suspect walked right up and shot them. They had no defense and no alert that this was going to happen. It was a cowardly attack on the officers who look like they will both live, thak god. I hope they catch that guy - there is a 100k reward for any info leading to his ID and arrest.

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Agree, because that suspect pulled out a gun and shot the cops, and surprising that when he was in a struggle with the cops, that the suspect wasn’t shot at that point.

Yes the incident in LA was an ambush, and the reward is over $175,000 so far to find the suspect.
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2elijah said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

Sounds like the Tulsa incident was a struggle between the suspect and the police officers. In this kind of situation the officers had every reason and right to shoot the suspect who was not complying after being stopped and ultimately fired upon them. Sounds like these officers were acting professionally. So sad that one died, that is heartbreaking and the suspect should be held accountable. So becasue they officers did not shoot the guy (which would have been reasonable under the circumstances) the BlueLivesMatter peeps did not find that to be horrible? Very odd indeed.


In LA those poor officers were just sitting in their car and the suspect walked right up and shot them. They had no defense and no alert that this was going to happen. It was a cowardly attack on the officers who look like they will both live, thak god. I hope they catch that guy - there is a 100k reward for any info leading to his ID and arrest.

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Agree, because that suspect pulled out a gun and shot the cops, and surprising that when he was in a struggle with the cops, that the suspect wasn’t shot at that point. Yes the incident in LA was an ambush, and the reward is over $175,000 so far to find the suspect. [Edited 9/17/20 12:02pm]

I really hope pray someone steps up and turns this guy in

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I did find it interesting how the media are not saying what race the suspect was or what race the cops were. I have not heard 'hate crime' mentioned either or racism. Go figure. It must not be newsworthy like a violent protest is.

But it is exactly the kind of anti-human behavior that cops deal with daily in the crime-ridden inner cities of the U.S. and there are quite a few. Until real steps are taken to solve the major issues like this that are facing these cities, the BLM movement will continue to not be taken seriously by the right, or for that matter, anyone who values their own safety as a human being living in the U.S. People will continue to move away from these cities (and that includes black people too) so they can be safe. Why do you think population decline has been on the rise in cities like Baltimore for more than a few years now?

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I did find it interesting how the media are not saying what race the suspect was or what race the cops were. I have not heard 'hate crime' mentioned either or racism. Go figure. It must not be newsworthy like a violent protest is.

But it is exactly the kind of anti-human behavior that cops deal with daily in the crime-ridden inner cities of the U.S. and there are quite a few. Until real steps are taken to solve the major issues like this that are facing these cities, the BLM movement will continue to not be taken seriously by the right, or for that matter, anyone who values their own safety as a human being living in the U.S. People will continue to move away from these cities (and that includes black people too) so they can be safe. Why do you think population decline has been on the rise in cities like Baltimore for more than a few years now?

Precisely. I pray every night that enough Americans can see what BLM truly is and how the media acts as its agent.

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Reply #23 posted 09/17/20 2:41pm

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And why this man was not shot? oh yeah because he's got the right kind of color's skin, the right one, white skin.

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Reply #24 posted 09/17/20 2:51pm

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And why this man was not shot? oh yeah because he's got the right kind of color's skin, the right one, white skin.


Are you talking about the White guy that shot 2 cops in Tulsa? Unfortunately, one of those cops died from the injury, but that incident is not getting as much outrage, in the media or on this thread, like the incident in Los Angeles, even though one police officer died. Wonder why?
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Reply #25 posted 09/17/20 3:18pm

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3rdeyedude said:

I did find it interesting how the media are not saying what race the suspect was or what race the cops were. I have not heard 'hate crime' mentioned either or racism. Go figure. It must not be newsworthy like a violent protest is.

But it is exactly the kind of anti-human behavior that cops deal with daily in the crime-ridden inner cities of the U.S. and there are quite a few. Until real steps are taken to solve the major issues like this that are facing these cities, the BLM movement will continue to not be taken seriously by the right, or for that matter, anyone who values their own safety as a human being living in the U.S. People will continue to move away from these cities (and that includes black people too) so they can be safe. Why do you think population decline has been on the rise in cities like Baltimore for more than a few years now?

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I read in the US media that the suspect is Black, male 28-30, so it is being said. The reason the police have not been identified is because the same report on the day of the incident said their identities were being withheld but they were only sworn in 14 months ago.

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Perhaps the reason it not being referred to as hate crime is that is no details have been released that would shift this from a street crime to hate crime. It may well have been?

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The existence of "anti-human" behavior outside of the police is not an excuse for "anti-human" behaviour by the police. Both can be tackled and inner cities can be made safer. It should never be a choice between accepting innocent people getting killed by the police or because they are the police. It should never be that policing methods are applied so ineffectively and disproportionally to the crime based on the race of the person. It should never be that police refuse to reform and work better and more effectively to serve and protect the community unless the community gets better first.

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2elijah said:


DiminutiveRocker said:

Sounds like the Tulsa incident was a struggle between the suspect and the police officers. In this kind of situation the officers had every reason and right to shoot the suspect who was not complying after being stopped and ultimately fired upon them. Sounds like these officers were acting professionally. So sad that one died, that is heartbreaking and the suspect should be held accountable. So becasue they officers did not shoot the guy (which would have been reasonable under the circumstances) the BlueLivesMatter peeps did not find that to be horrible? Very odd indeed.


In LA those poor officers were just sitting in their car and the suspect walked right up and shot them. They had no defense and no alert that this was going to happen. It was a cowardly attack on the officers who look like they will both live, thak god. I hope they catch that guy - there is a 100k reward for any info leading to his ID and arrest.


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Agree, because that suspect pulled out a gun and shot the cops, and surprising that when he was in a struggle with the cops, that the suspect wasn’t shot at that point. Yes the incident in LA was an ambush, and the reward is over $175,000 so far to find the suspect. [Edited 9/17/20 12:02pm]


I really hope pray someone steps up and turns this guy in


I think they’re getting close to it. Once they catch him, he’ll be serving prison time.
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Reply #27 posted 09/17/20 4:24pm

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2elijah said:

I don’t think the majority of people would be celebrating a cop being shot at or killed. A few that you claim are doing that, doesn’t represent the general public, and yes, it’s been all over the media about the ambush, so it is getting a lot of coverage, including a $175,000 reward for anyone with info about the shooter. Just seems like you’re pushing your own personal agenda, by using that incident to push it. [Edited 9/15/20 19:16pm]


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Reply #28 posted 09/17/20 4:43pm

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so it was just a few? not too bad? not that many? How about 1 is too many? How many cops have been killed like this since the "hands up don't shoot" hoax started? (and Yes the cop should be charged in the shooting)

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Reply #29 posted 09/17/20 5:05pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

so it was just a few? not too bad? not that many? How about 1 is too many? How many cops have been killed like this since the "hands up don't shoot" hoax started? (and Yes the cop should be charged in the shooting)

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No one is disagreeing. All are equally appalled.

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