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  • FadeToBlack&Gold
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    Originally posted by Handyman View Post
    NDhockey is starting to sound like a fundy.funny..
    Starting to?

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  • Handyman
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    NDhockey is starting to sound like a fundy.funny..

    As for The Ring...I wired mine so no battery issue :^)

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  • Kepler
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    Originally posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    You gotta think like you're documenting a crime in progress.
    Because you are.

    Every person anywhere near anything going down with cops ought to be filming them and sending that footage straight to the cloud in case the very-easily-thinkable happens.

    The fact that these ****s are always "accidentally" turning off their cams, which they still control, tells you they are as terrified of oversight as the Tysons chicken plant is of the FDA and OSHA.

    The cops should welcome it, as it will vindicate them if they had real cause to use deadly force.

    Yet they fear it. Huh. Wonder why.

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  • dxmnkd316
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    Originally posted by WeAreNDHockey View Post
    Doesn't one of the doorbell camera firms out there partner with hundreds of law enforcement agencies? Ring? That would be something I would want to avoid.
    Ring has done some suuuuper sketchy **** like that

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  • dxmnkd316
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    Originally posted by Kepler View Post
    1. That cop is going to jail forever.

    2. The guy shooting the video, and everybody in future, needs to keep the people in frame at all times. Can't ever let the cops have any opportunity to claim the video is compromised.

    2.5 Come on, son. Landscape not profile.

    3. The person who passed on the video should not have commented or paused the video at any time. Again, can't give The Brotherhood any wiggle room.

    I wonder how many millions of black people white cops have out and out murdered in the US? More than 1?

    More than 10?

    End the Right.
    Yes absolutely. You gotta think like you're documenting a crime in progress. Details are incredibly important.

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  • Kepler
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    Originally posted by WeAreNDHockey View Post
    You want to end the right Kep? Maybe we need to start shooting back.
    No, every time a lefty shoots a righty we get HURR TOUGH ON CRIME DURR from well scrubbed white suburbanites and a twenty year reign of paramilitary police violence.

    We end the Right by dialing civil rights, social programs, and consumer protections up to 11. Repeal the last 40 years of fiscal policy. Shrink the upper class to the size where it can be drowned in a bathtub.

    Without the rich using poor stupid whites as shock troops the latter will just fall back into their normal state of meth-addicted welfare dependency. And with a socially and economically just nation we can afford that. Just sling them into their hammock of indolence and let the productive 70% of us flourish. We'll throw them trucks and sofas with cupholders and botox for their wives and fake boobs for their daughters, and we'll give them cradle-to-grave mindless makework in the army. Ring their states with razorwire and let them sink into their death cult catatonia.

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  • SJHovey
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    Originally posted by WeAreNDHockey View Post
    I won't watch the video because I will not watch someone being murdered. The sad part is if I or someone else who is legally entitled to carry a firearm and knows when and why to use it would have shot that cop in the head before he could shoot that victim in the head, we'd be the ones going to prison. At best. Yet for there to be true justice in the world, that is what should have happened. I don't know what that victim was accused of doing, or suspected of doing, that was against the law. But whatever it was, it wouldn't have seen him legally executed anywhere in the United States. Yet that is what happened. It seems that in that circumstance deadly force against the cop would have been justified. One person in that situation deserved to be shot so he would not murder someone who did not deserve to be shot.

    You want to end the right Kep? Maybe we need to start shooting back.
    This is what you see in the video.

    First, as noted by others, the person filming the incident does a horrible job. Good portions of the video are simply footage of the grass and sidewalk at the feet of the operator of the cellphone camera.

    When they bother to point the camera at the incident in question, you see a white, male cop essentially wrestling with a black, male detainee.

    The footage (again, that we can see) basically shows the cop trying to wrestle the black male to the ground, pretty much unsuccessfully. It's three plus minutes of hand to hand combat. The cop makes at least one command to stop fighting him. Part way through the footage you hear what sounds like a taser being discharged (the narrator, whoever that is, seems to confirm this). You then hear multiple commands from the cop to the black male demanding that he let go of the taser, as they continue to wrestle.

    The final footage shows the black male on his hands and knees, with the cop on the man's back, and the cop reaches to his holster to grab his gun, and fires.

    I'm not certain anyone is going to jail for this incident.
    Last edited by SJHovey; 04-13-2022, 04:13 PM.

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  • unofan
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    Originally posted by WeAreNDHockey View Post
    I won't watch the video because I will not watch someone being murdered. The sad part is if I or someone else who is legally entitled to carry a firearm and knows when and why to use it would have shot that cop in the head before he could shoot that victim in the head, we'd be the ones going to prison. At best. Yet for there to be true justice in the world, that is what should have happened. I don't know what that victim was accused of doing, or suspected of doing, that was against the law. But whatever it was, it wouldn't have seen him legally executed anywhere in the United States. Yet that is what happened. It seems that in that circumstance deadly force against the cop would have been justified. One person in that situation deserved to be shot so he would not murder someone who did not deserve to be shot.

    You want to end the right Kep? Maybe we need to start shooting back.
    I'm just saying, if you won't watch the video, how can you be personally certain that it wasn't justified? That's not too different than the average right wing fundy wanting to ban books they've never read because they simply know they're the devil's work.

    The entire situation sucks. But the guy appeared to be resisting. So it'll come down to whether a jury believes he got a hold of the officer's taser and whether the officer reasonably believed his safety was at risk. (Edit: if it makes it that far).

    This isn't George Floyd being pinned by 4 cops for 20 minutes. From the time the guy initially ran to the time the cop shot him was about 2 minutes, if that, and there was a struggle in there.

    I sure as **** wouldn't want to be on that jury.

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  • unofan
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    Originally posted by Kepler View Post
    1. That cop is going to jail forever.
    I would not bet on that.

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  • WeAreNDHockey
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    I won't watch the video because I will not watch someone being murdered. The sad part is if I or someone else who is legally entitled to carry a firearm and knows when and why to use it would have shot that cop in the head before he could shoot that victim in the head, we'd be the ones going to prison. At best. Yet for there to be true justice in the world, that is what should have happened. I don't know what that victim was accused of doing, or suspected of doing, that was against the law. But whatever it was, it wouldn't have seen him legally executed anywhere in the United States. Yet that is what happened. It seems that in that circumstance deadly force against the cop would have been justified. One person in that situation deserved to be shot so he would not murder someone who did not deserve to be shot.

    You want to end the right Kep? Maybe we need to start shooting back.

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  • WeAreNDHockey
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    Doesn't one of the doorbell camera firms out there partner with hundreds of law enforcement agencies? Ring? That would be something I would want to avoid.

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  • Kepler
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    1. That cop is going to jail forever.

    2. The guy shooting the video, and everybody in future, needs to keep the people in frame at all times. Can't ever let the cops have any opportunity to claim the video is compromised.

    2.5 Come on, son. Landscape not profile.

    3. The person who passed on the video should not have commented or paused the video at any time. Again, can't give The Brotherhood any wiggle room.

    I wonder how many millions of black people white cops have out and out murdered in the US? More than 1?

    More than 10?

    End the Right.

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  • MissThundercat
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    https://mobile.twitter.com/FOX17/sta...tUbs4uSwA&s=19
    there's all 3:50 of it. Thank Betty White for third party video.

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  • MissThundercat
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    From what I could see on the video:

    Cop attempted to turn his cam off multiple times.

    Had him subdued. Shot Lyoya in the back of the head.

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  • MissThundercat
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    I'm not going anywhere near downtown Grand Rapids this afternoon.

    There's the local and surrounding areas PD, the state PD, and the National Guard on deck just in case something happens.

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