Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy
This is the only reference I could find online:
The claim was that Hispanics were discriminated against by electing the board members at large.Although the Cutler-Orosi case remains unresolved, the two Dinuba districts announced in August that they would adopt election systems with five single-member trustee districts. Two of the trustee wards in each school district would have a majority of Spanish-surnamed voters.
Even before the Dinuba case was settled, officials in the nearby community of Sanger were moving to abandon their at-large election procedures to avoid being sued.
Can't we just turn Congress off and then turn it back on again?
In a civil society the way things are supposed to work is that if someone is suspected of illegal activity the incident is investigated by an authority tasked with that responsibility. If that authority approaches the suspect and seeks to inquire about their side of the story and that suspect then assaults the authority it kind of throws things out of whack.
We don't know all the facts and circumstances surrounding the incident in question but, at this point, all semblance of an investigation has been thrown out the window and people are seeking summary judgement against the authority.