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No Justice For Ashli??

Lastamender

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You should be ashamed of yourself trying to justify shooting and KILLING of an unarmed woman.

Police shot an unarmed black man who was breaking away, compared to shooting an unarmed white woman who was breaking in.

You don't see the different between an attacking threat, and a retreating one?
Resisting arrest is a crime. The last shooting was a mistake and the cop has been charged. The DOJ will not even release the cop's name. Why?
 

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Do you see flagpole. That is also considered a "deadly" weapon, subjecting the user to incarceration for felony assault. There was even a famous case where the person was photographed as he wielded his weapon.
And the U.S. Constitution has been banned as subversive literature, associated with sovereign citizens, libertarians, conservatives, independents, and other "right-wing extremists" who believe in civil rights.
 

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"Federal prosecutors will not charge a police officer who shot and killed a woman as she climbed through the broken part of a door during the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Authorities had considered for months whether criminal charges were appropriate for the Capitol Police officer who fatally shot Ashli Babbitt -- The Justice Department’s decision, though expected, officially closes out the investigation.

Prosecutors said they had reviewed video of the shooting, along with statements from the officer involved and other officers and witnesses, examined physical evidence from the scene and reviewed the autopsy results. “Based on that investigation, officials determined that there is insufficient evidence to support a criminal prosecution,” the department said in a statement."


This sets a very dangerous precedent....It basically gives officers a blank check to gun down people, unarmed people, good people.....and the officer face no consequences for his or her actions...Because of this decision, cops can essentially gun you down just because you didn't obey an order they gave -- they can gun you down then claim they feared for their safety while dehumanizing you as some violent person or a member of some angry mob... even tho that person is unarmed and was posing no threat.

Now to be fair, it's perfectly OK for certain types of unarmed people to be gunned down for not obeying cops or maybe using inappropriate language towards cops that could cause them to fear for their safety; but it's different when you are actually fighting against a tyrannical government who stole an election and your only recourse is to storm the Capitol to voice your grievances, cosplay in Neo-Nazi and Neo-Confederate apparel, joke about executing the VP and perhaps scare congress members into overturning the election for you and stuff...
She took part in an armed insurrection against the US.
She got justice.
No one in the Capitol had a gun but cops and Congressmen. Stop fucking lying.

That's what they do. Lie. Not one of the trespasser was armed.

The only guns were those carried by Capital police and whichever of the Congressmen were armed.

The unarmed protester was the only one shot.
"That's what they do. Lie. Not one of the trespasser was armed."

The liar is you.

Among the weapons they were armed with, and some used, were:

stun stick
taser
pepper spray
baseball bat
hockey stick
crutches
flagpole
spear
fire extinguisher

I'd be shaking in my boots at that.

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"Federal prosecutors will not charge a police officer who shot and killed a woman as she climbed through the broken part of a door during the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Authorities had considered for months whether criminal charges were appropriate for the Capitol Police officer who fatally shot Ashli Babbitt -- The Justice Department’s decision, though expected, officially closes out the investigation.

Prosecutors said they had reviewed video of the shooting, along with statements from the officer involved and other officers and witnesses, examined physical evidence from the scene and reviewed the autopsy results. “Based on that investigation, officials determined that there is insufficient evidence to support a criminal prosecution,” the department said in a statement."


This sets a very dangerous precedent....It basically gives officers a blank check to gun down people, unarmed people, good people.....and the officer face no consequences for his or her actions...Because of this decision, cops can essentially gun you down just because you didn't obey an order they gave -- they can gun you down then claim they feared for their safety while dehumanizing you as some violent person or a member of some angry mob... even tho that person is unarmed and was posing no threat.

Now to be fair, it's perfectly OK for certain types of unarmed people to be gunned down for not obeying cops or maybe using inappropriate language towards cops that could cause them to fear for their safety; but it's different when you are actually fighting against a tyrannical government who stole an election and your only recourse is to storm the Capitol to voice your grievances, cosplay in Neo-Nazi and Neo-Confederate apparel, joke about executing the VP and perhaps scare congress members into overturning the election for you and stuff...
She took part in an armed insurrection against the US.
She got justice.
No one in the Capitol had a gun but cops and Congressmen. Stop fucking lying.
Dumbfuck, arms are not limited to guns.

You don't look any smarter...no matter her hard you try.
 

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No reason to shoot an unarmed person.
I guess you weren’t on the George Zimmerman jury then.
Babbit was not bashing anyone's head into the concrete, Trayvon was.
Funny how we only have thug zimmerman's word on that with very very very very little physical damage on his head.
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You should be ashamed of yourself trying to justify shooting and KILLING of an unarmed woman.

Police shot an unarmed black man who was breaking away, compared to shooting an unarmed white woman who was breaking in.

You don't see the different between an attacking threat, and a retreating one?
Resisting arrest is a crime. The last shooting was a mistake and the cop has been charged. The DOJ will not even release the cop's name. Why?
Because they too know raving lunatics like you will threaten his life.
 

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Wow.....no wonder I come to this board.

They don't make comedy as good as this anywhere else.

You morons should start a sit-com.
 

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Resisting arrest is a crime. The last shooting was a mistake and the cop has been charged. The DOJ will not even release the cop's name. Why?

So is breaking into a federal facility. Or entering a restricted federal zone. They are federal felonies. and they're also much more serious crimes than resisting arrest which is just a misdemeanor.
 

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Among the weapons they were armed with, and some used, were:

stun stick
taser
pepper spray
baseball bat
hockey stick
crutches
flagpole
spear
fire extinguisher
Don't see a gun in there. Do you??
Do you see flagpole. That is also considered a "deadly" weapon, subjecting the user to incarceration for felony assault. There was even a famous case where the person was photographed as he wielded his weapon.
And what does that have to do with shooting an unarmed woman? Would that be a whataboutism you assholes are so fond of?
 

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The right decision! She was an insurrectionist, under orders from Trump, hell bent on overthrowing the government of the United States of America. She received exactly what she deserved by a patriotic officer defending our country.

She was not an insurretionist.

May you or one your family members wind up the same way she did.

You are scum.
I would think that most of us and our family members are smart enough not to believe the orange cult leader and certainly smart enough to not join a inherently violent mob trying to kill members of Congress and vandalize and loot the Capitol building.

You would think......that statement alone is incorrect.
 

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Was the officer from Chicago.....

That would make sense.
 

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Resisting arrest is a crime. The last shooting was a mistake and the cop has been charged. The DOJ will not even release the cop's name. Why?

So is breaking into a federal facility. Or entering a restricted federal zone. They are federal felonies. and they're also much more serious crimes than resisting arrest which is just a misdemeanor.
Really? Is that why the police were told to stand down?
 
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Break a window and get shot? There would have been many shot this summer.
You can shoot someone breaking through your window. That’d be perfectly legal.
This was not anyone's ones window. The people own that building. Lame excuses do not justify murder.
The people own the white house....can you bust thru the president's bedroom window and claim you own it without being shot to death??
First of all no one would even get close to his window. They never tell the Secret Service to stand down. There was no reason to shoot her.
I believe the officer shouldn't have shot her....but I am consistent when it comes to unarmed people being shot.....you on the other hand.......the only reason you are faux defending this woman is because she shares your cult worship......

It is entertaining what you folks twist yourselves into pretzel shapes.. ....for as much as yall claim all of these insurrectionists were all undercover BLM and Antifa -- you simultaneously defend these folks like you know they were not...
 

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"Federal prosecutors will not charge a police officer who shot and killed a woman as she climbed through the broken part of a door during the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Authorities had considered for months whether criminal charges were appropriate for the Capitol Police officer who fatally shot Ashli Babbitt -- The Justice Department’s decision, though expected, officially closes out the investigation.

Prosecutors said they had reviewed video of the shooting, along with statements from the officer involved and other officers and witnesses, examined physical evidence from the scene and reviewed the autopsy results. “Based on that investigation, officials determined that there is insufficient evidence to support a criminal prosecution,” the department said in a statement."


This sets a very dangerous precedent....It basically gives officers a blank check to gun down people, unarmed people, good people.....and the officer face no consequences for his or her actions...Because of this decision, cops can essentially gun you down just because you didn't obey an order they gave -- they can gun you down then claim they feared for their safety while dehumanizing you as some violent person or a member of some angry mob... even tho that person is unarmed and was posing no threat.

Now to be fair, it's perfectly OK for certain types of unarmed people to be gunned down for not obeying cops or maybe using inappropriate language towards cops that could cause them to fear for their safety; but it's different when you are actually fighting against a tyrannical government who stole an election and your only recourse is to storm the Capitol to voice your grievances, cosplay in Neo-Nazi and Neo-Confederate apparel, joke about executing the VP and perhaps scare congress members into overturning the election for you and stuff...
She took part in an armed insurrection against the US.
She got justice.
No one in the Capitol had a gun but cops and Congressmen. Stop fucking lying.
Dumbfuck, arms are not limited to guns.

You don't look any smarter...no matter her hard you try.
LOL

Hisses the forum dolt who actually suggested Ashli Targetpractice could have been breaking into the House chamber because she might have needed to go to the bathroom.
 

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It did happen. Your precious NYT says it did.
The NYT didn’t say that. You should try reading it sometime.

No one claimed those police in the lobby were told to stand down. It’s beyond absurd for you to claim so.

They barricaded the door. It was pretty obvious to the violent mob that they weren’t allowed there.
There is a thread on it. The Capitol police were told to stand down.
Oh, well of there's a thread on it, it must be true then.
I don’t know who Becker is but he’s a liar.

That’s what you get when you let other people read for you.
 

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And what does that have to do with shooting an unarmed woman? Would that be a whataboutism you assholes are so fond of?
Shooting a person in the commission of a felony, who refused to stop.
 

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You should be ashamed of yourself trying to justify shooting and KILLING of an unarmed woman.

Police shot an unarmed black man who was breaking away, compared to shooting an unarmed white woman who was breaking in.

You don't see the different between an attacking threat, and a retreating one?
Resisting arrest is a crime. The last shooting was a mistake and the cop has been charged. The DOJ will not even release the cop's name. Why?
Because they too know raving lunatics like you will threaten his life.
They released Chavins name. They released the cops name that shoot Michael Brown. Babbits life was taken, not threatened. Fascists and murderers are running this country.
 

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Resisting arrest is a crime. The last shooting was a mistake and the cop has been charged. The DOJ will not even release the cop's name. Why?

So is breaking into a federal facility. Or entering a restricted federal zone. They are federal felonies. and they're also much more serious crimes than resisting arrest which is just a misdemeanor.
Really? Is that why the police were told to stand down?
You're lying, they weren't told to stand down.
 

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