- Jan 20, 2016
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- Y Cae Ras
But she was black so she must have done something ?A person's home is sovereign.Read slowly... because that is not what I am talking about. You brought up due process, yet the cops got a VALID NO KNOCK warrant to search her home. They still knocked. Her boyfriend shot at the cops, WHO HAD EVERY RIGHT TO BE IN THE HOME AND DO IT BY FORCED ENTRY. Note: the BF originally told the cops she was the one that shot at the cops. The cops fired back and she was struck. Not one of her rights were trampled on.You are talking about the Black woman shot in her own home right ?Why do you struggle with the fact the they had a valid warrant for her arrested? This has nothing to do with her innocence or guilt, rather they had the full right to enter her home unannounced (which they still announced themselves) and her boyfriend fired at the police.Due process says she is innocent until proven guilty. Why do you struggle with that ?Due Process was even discussed moron!You have a tenuous grasp of due process.You just can face facts... they had a no knock warrant, but THEY KNOCKED ANYWAYS, which turned out to be a bad move. He didn’t fire at intruders, intruders by the legal definition have no right to be in the home. With the warrant they had the UNEQUIVOCAL right to be there. He fired upon cops, and despite the lies cnn and msnbc spewed, she was awake and standing behind him.
A legally purchased gun doesn’t allow you to fire at anyone, much less cops. In addition she was not innocent the warrant was for her, because of the illegal work she was doing for her ex-BF, man she knows how to pick them.
This case actually is proof why a no knock warrant is necessary. If they just executed the no knock, they would have gotten the jump on the BF and there would have been no shots and no story for t he fake news narrative.
There is very little justification for ever issuing a warrant for a home, and the ONLY excuse for a no-knock warrant is when there is a hostage at risk.
You can NOT legally issue a no-knock warrant to collect evidence, on a private home.
You have to already have all the necessary evidence before a warrant can be issued.
So the warrant was totally invalid.
There was no evidence.
They were at the wrong old address, the person they wanted was already in custody.
And NO, there is only one person who said the police identified themselves, and that was only after he changed his testimony. Walker and the rest of the building say the police never replied to Walker yelling who was breaking in.
And no, police do NOT have any right to break down a door in the middle of the night, and never can have that right, unless there is a hostage.
Although Walker fired the first shot, that was legal, in self defense, of an obvious plain clothes home invasion.
It is illegal for police to conduct a raid out of uniform.
And regardless of who shot first, police to not then have a right of self defense, to shoot indiscriminately.
They are paid to accept risks and not risk the lives of anyone else, by firing indiscriminately, as they clearly did.
They clearly were guilty of reckless endangerment at the very least. But since they got the wrong address and came in the middle of the night, they get ALL the blame for everything. They MADE everything happen. So then they ARE guilty of murder.
There is NEVER a legal or rational excuse for no-knock warrants, that violate the basic hierarchy of rights.
If they had followed the law, and came during the day, no one would have been harmed, and everyone would have been happy with the outsome.