We give police officers the authority to violate our liberties, arrest us, imprison us, and to use deadly force. It seems appropriate and necessary for the public to hold them accountable, especially when they use force (deadly or otherwise) against citizens and residents. If they object to being held accountable by the public and their elected representatives, I'd advise them to not let the door hit them on the ass on the way out. Good riddance.Looking to roll you under a bus to "keep the peace" with said race pimps and left media. Neither of whom have ever risked a damn thing in their lives.
until you do you are ranting about absolutely nothing. you are the only one here insulting your own intelligence by not knowing what you are talking about.
The cops pulled up. The kid jumped up, raised his shirt, and reached for what he fully intended to present to the world as a weapon.
the only thing that needs an orange tip are actual toy guns.
however other kids have been shot or almost shot doing that exact same thing off the guns that have them.
I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK
A lot of the "controversy" seems aimed at whether the cops were supposed to know it was a "toy" gun and not a "real" gun. The article says a pellet gun, which is a real gun. The call was about someone waving a gun around, maybe a toy gun. Unless the person who called actually saw/heard it fire, then he, nor the police, could not have told the difference (as I demonstrated) and thus, the police had to treat it as if the kid was armed with a deadly weapon.
Be sure to work hard and get lots of overtime. People on welfare want more steaks and free upgrades to smart phones with unlimited data packages.