- Jul 21, 2015
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The issue isn't Ashli Babbitt's personality. It's a still unknown Capital cop who put a bullet through her neckNo, I'm not saying that at all. I'm saying that she had a history of overstepping the boundaries of what is considered normal acceptable behavior to the point of breaking moral codes as well as the law. She was also a conspiracy theory buff, and those kind of people are not entirely rational. They're certainly not reasonable people because your normal everyday person does not buy into wild unsubstantiated ideas as if they're little more than everyday experiences which are easy to accept because it seem like little more than common sense to believe them. When you combine those two things (a certain level of irrationality with an emotionally volatile nature), no one should be surprised that a person like that will engage in wild and, quite possibly, illegal behavior
in a real live extrajudicial execution with this cop, who is being hidden away, playing the part of judge, jury
and of course, executioner. When firing that bullet was all so unnecessary. It was literally overkill.
I'm still waiting for a member of Congress with the guts to raise the issue. A worthless piece of shit in Minnesota is shot while resisting arrest (and is sugar coated by the AP as a "doting dad and ballplayer" ...he was also a long time gun toting criminal and strong armed robber but never mind about that) and the nation loses it's mind and the destruction of much of Minneapolis is imminent.
When will this woman receive a small modicum of justice?