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    Re: Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in talks to resign from police force, sources say

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Why "if he's smart"? Is that a threat against his well being?
    Because leftists who would rather believe a false narrative (facts be damned) will threaten him.

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    Re: Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in talks to resign from police force, sources say

    Quote Originally Posted by ttwtt78640 View Post
    Perhaps the common thread is that both killed an unarmed black alleged attacker. Since GZ is less than perfect then it stands to reason that Wilson may not be perfect either.

    The subject must be changed from what the victim did (assault and battery?) to become a victim and then simply allege that race "must have been" a factor in the decision to use deadly force. The trick then is to force the alleged perp to prove that was not the case. The race hustlers always make the issue proving the absolute innocence of the accused and never admitting that the "victim" had initiated the conflict.
    I agree with your conclusion, but what they fail to realize is that their comparison is phony from the jump...Zimmerman was not a cop, although he wanted to be, and Wilson was a uniformed officer, on duty, and assaulted as proven by witnesses to it that day.
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    Re: Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in talks to resign from police force, sources say

    Quote Originally Posted by Fishstyx View Post
    Are you serious? Umm, try not to jump to any assumption of what my position is.

    Its simply reality. In a perfect world, it wouldn't matter but we don't live in a perfect world. This guy's life will be in danger for quite some time. If he were SMART, he'd realize this and keep vanish if acquitted and try to rebuild his life.
    Did you see the question marks? That sir, denotes a question asked of you...Not an assumption...But even in the face of your faux outrage here, you manage to answer the question...The statement was a threat...Boy, what a world we live in today, when a cop that was assaulted, and did his job now has to live his life under threat by societies reprobates that believe he should have let the little thug criminal go...
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    Re: Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in talks to resign from police force, sources say

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    I agree with your conclusion, but what they fail to realize is that their comparison is phony from the jump...Zimmerman was not a cop, although he wanted to be, and Wilson was a uniformed officer, on duty, and assaulted as proven by witnesses to it that day.
    Whether one is cop does not (should not?) make an execution into self defense. The legal argument in both cases was said to be self defense. It appears that many want a trial in all cases regardless of evidence; I suppose the hope is that a jury will demand proof of innocence rather than making the state prove that a given shooting was indeed murder. Beyond a reasonable doubt is a very high bar, especially if even one credible witness expresses that doubt.
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    Re: Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in talks to resign from police force, sources say

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Did you see the question marks? That sir, denotes a question asked of you...Not an assumption...But even in the face of your faux outrage here, you manage to answer the question...The statement was a threat...Boy, what a world we live in today, when a cop that was assaulted, and did his job now has to live his life under threat by societies reprobates that believe he should have let the little thug criminal go...
    LOL, whatever man. Your question was lobbed based on your assumption that I think he did anything wrong. Perhaps you should pan through my comments in regards to this situation before assuming you know my position. And if you still view it as a threat, you have significant reading comprehension problems.

    I'll state it again since you're clearly struggling. Its clear, regardless of the evidence, that there are many with consumed by irrational emotion that they would want to do harm to this man. Is it right or make one iota of sense, of course not. Is it fair or just, no. But its REALITY. They're putting bounties out on this guys head. They're currently trying to find his location with assistance of the media. Do you take that seriously? I sure as hell do. So again, at the conclusion of this, Wilson will have choice. He could remain in the public eye and risk his life or not. Thats not a threat, its a statement of fact.

    So now its up to you. You can just concede and and simply acknowledge that your made incorrect assumption or.....further entrench yourself, look rather foolish just so you feel you came out on top of meaningless internet discussion. Your call.

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    Re: Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in talks to resign from police force, sources say

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    I agree with your conclusion, but what they fail to realize is that their comparison is phony from the jump...Zimmerman was not a cop, although he wanted to be, and Wilson was a uniformed officer, on duty, and assaulted as proven by witnesses to it that day.
    At the time of the incident Zimmerman had already changed his mind and no longer wanted to be an Officer.
    So no, such as claim is irrelevant as it is not true. Just saying.
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    Re: Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in talks to resign from police force, sources say

    Quote Originally Posted by ttwtt78640 View Post
    Whether one is cop does not (should not?) make an execution into self defense. The legal argument in both cases was said to be self defense. It appears that many want a trial in all cases regardless of evidence; I suppose the hope is that a jury will demand proof of innocence rather than making the state prove that a given shooting was indeed murder. Beyond a reasonable doubt is a very high bar, especially if even one credible witness expresses that doubt.
    Do you think that Officer Wilson "executed" Brown?
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    Re: Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in talks to resign from police force, sources say

    Quote Originally Posted by Fishstyx View Post
    LOL, whatever man. Your question was lobbed based on your assumption that I think he did anything wrong. Perhaps you should pan through my comments in regards to this situation before assuming you know my position. And if you still view it as a threat, you have significant reading comprehension problems.

    I'll state it again since you're clearly struggling. Its clear, regardless of the evidence, that there are many with consumed by irrational emotion that they would want to do harm to this man. Is it right or make one iota of sense, of course not. Is it fair or just, no. But its REALITY. They're putting bounties out on this guys head. They're currently trying to find his location with assistance of the media. Do you take that seriously? I sure as hell do. So again, at the conclusion of this, Wilson will have choice. He could remain in the public eye and risk his life or not. Thats not a threat, its a statement of fact.

    So now its up to you. You can just concede and and simply acknowledge that your made incorrect assumption or.....further entrench yourself, look rather foolish just so you feel you came out on top of meaningless internet discussion. Your call.
    Alright, let's not get snotty....Thank you for clarifying. Look, I am not saying that there aren't nuts out there that want nothing else but to blow this up into chaos, and anarchy, which is what would happen should the mob rule, and Wilson be killed...But you talk of 'Bounty's'? The same thing happened with Zimmerman, and the NBP's...My guess is that they are the same doing that here...Why isn't Holder going after them? That is a crime is it not?
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    Re: Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in talks to resign from police force, sources say

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Do you think that Officer Wilson "executed" Brown?
    No and I doubt that the grand jury will think so either. Only the race hustling poverty pimps seem to think that (black?) unarmed folks are not capable of violent assault or inflicting serious injury/death.
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    Re: Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in talks to resign from police force, sources say

    Quote Originally Posted by Excon View Post
    At the time of the incident Zimmerman had already changed his mind and no longer wanted to be an Officer.
    So no, such as claim is irrelevant as it is not true. Just saying.
    Ok, but all I was saying is that to compare the Martin/Zimmerman case to this one is Bull...The only reason to do so is because the race baiters, anarchists, and trolls wanted Z to fry, and they lost, so they must transfer their misguided rage onto any case that comes up that they can pin a false narrative on...
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