- Dec 8, 2014
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Even if that is the case, these officers are still responsible for not summoning medical help when the subject was screaming he couldn't breathe. Murder? I don't know. That aside, what do you suppose would happen if this officer was not charged with murder or stand trial for that charge?Now we know he didn't kill Floyd. We need a trial to determine the correct theory to convict him.Same with the officer who allegedly killed floyd? He was charged but that doesn't mean he did it?We have no clue if he had committed a crime. He was accused by the store owner but that doesn't mean he did it.Perhaps you're right about his crime, but that particular crime should not have had a death sentence and the policeman's inept and callous application of force was criminal.George, a convicted felon, would be alive today if the asshole hadn't tried to steal money from a Black owned business.
Just shows you how stupid it is to be involved in criminal activity.
Sometimes it doesn't go the way you think it will go.
A lot of criminal activity may not be worthy of a "death sentence" but shit happens when you break the law and try to steal things.
My point is that had the convicted felon not chose to commit a crime he would be alive today.
He wouldn't have been confronted by the police had he just went to the store to buy some Dr Pepper.
They had the right to stop him and get his information but really, until they investigated and determined an actual crime happened they had no right to arrest him.
The prosecutor initially said they had to perform an investigation before any arrests of the police officers could be made and that might take nine months to a year.
Seems it took 4 days. It wouldn't have if not for the violence.
How would anybody like to be a big city cop dealing with these Black thugs all the time? That is where most of the vilolent crime takes place in this country.
No wonder they have learned to be tough.