furthermore-when the main witnesses (and I use that term loosely) against the cop are all liars, that further strengthens the case for what the GJ did.
one of the reasons I was not even arrested when I shot mope was because the one mope who was not shot claimed I shot his confederate for no reason and at a distance.
however, the EMT testified that the gunshot was a CONTACT shot, as did three other witnesses and the unshot mope told another prisoner (the cell was wired) that he and his buddy had tried to mug someone and their target then shot the other mope.
so as the judge noted, when one side (mine) all tell the same consistent with the facts and evidece-truth, and the other side lies, there can be only one conclusion
You reveal far more than you realize in your posts. You are mostly left.You don't know anything about me, but apply labels liberally.
This tells me that you have difficulty paying attention. Citizens, not the state, made the determination that there was no evidence worthy of bringing charges. So you continue to be both left and wrong. A grand jury, being a body of citizens brought together to consider the evidence is the opposite of statism. So not only are you wrong, you are incredibly uninformed about the simplest of matters.I would say that in unquestioningly taking the side of the state, you are a statist. Since you love that label, I will apply it to you.
I am willing to match my intelligence, and my accomplishments against yours if you like. How shall we proceed?However, more accurately, you are a righttard. Both right and none too bright.
It is true I am strongly for individual liberty and freedoms and stand against the left. I know you pretend, if only with yourself, that you are a moderate. In this discussion, as in others, you throw out the decisions of the citizens and support the actions of an unruly mob.
I wonder why that is.
Nancy Pelosi said: “We have to pass it, to find out what’s in it.” A Doctor called to a radio show & said: "That's the definition of a stool sample"
"Under my plan of a cap-and-trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket," Barack Obama January 2008