I wasn't there. The officers involved may have been mad dog raving racists but shouldn't someone wait for all the evidence?

I wasn't there. The officers involved may have been mad dog raving racists but shouldn't someone wait for all the evidence? | YOU'RE TELLING ME A MINORITY POLICE OFFICER, FOR NO REASON OTHER THAN RACE, SHOT WITH INTENT TO KILL, A MAN SITTING STOPPED IN A CAR, FOLLOW | image tagged in memes,creepy condescending wonka,minnesota,police brutality,racism | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Aint Nobody Got Time For That Meme | WAIT FOR ALL THE EVIDENCE BEFORE JUMPING TO CONLUSIONS? THIS IS THE INTERNET, BABY! AIN'T NOBODY GOT TIME FOR THAT! | image tagged in memes,aint nobody got time for that | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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9 ups, 1 reply
Exactly. That's what happened in Ferguson and Baltimore, no one waited for evidence.
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I'DA SEEN THE WHOLE THING IF I HADN'T BEEN RUNNING FROM THE POLICE | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Protesters still do the hands up don't shoot.
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5 ups, 3 replies
It's not OK for cops to act as judge, jury, and executioner.
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10 ups, 3 replies
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Third World Skeptical Kid Meme | SO IF AN OFFICER TELLS ME TO KEEP MY HANDS IN VIEW AND I STILL REACH FOR MY POCKETS, I WON'T SCARE THE COP? | image tagged in memes,third world skeptical kid | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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5 ups, 4 replies
A cop"s job is "protect and serve" and to apprehend suspects. . . that is all. The woman got pulled over for a traffic violation. She should have gotten a ticket and drove away.
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4 ups
Haha.
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8 ups, 1 reply
Police radio calls say the cop said he matched the description of a wanted criminal prior to pulling them over. He didn't follow orders to "not move" after the cop saw the gun on his lap, instead making a movement toward the gun. The GF can say all day long that "he was reaching for his driver's license sir and you shot him" but a cop isn't required to let himself get shot/killed by someone he thinks may be a wanted criminal with a gun on his lap.

The rest of the story is still coming out. And emotional responses (just like EVERY other case) will get the facts wrong again (hands up don't shoot never happened...100% made up story) and unthinking segments of black society will continue to claim that cops are "hunting down" black men.
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5 ups, 1 reply
How many bullets are your going to require to be fired at an officer before they are allowed to respond with force of any kind? Do you think it is really wise to tell an officer that you have a gun WHILE reaching behind you for something? Don't you think that is something you should say before you start reaching for your wallet? Since the woman was driving, don't you think something else was going on for the officer to even need to ask the man for his license? A simple broken tail light doesn't require a license check of everyone in the vehicle. And just because the guy worked at a school doesn't mean he isn't capable of committing any crimes, in fact there are some teachers that have been caught being child molesters. I am not saying that the cops were right to do what they did, because I don't have all the information to know exactly what took place. I will say this though, a cop's job is to protect and serve, but that also means to protect themselves and each other. If the officer suspected that the guy was reaching for a guy (that the guy said was on him), if that was you wouldn't you want to protect yourself as well. 4 shots were excessive, so there could have been something wrong with the officer, but once again we don't have the whole story.
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2 ups, 1 reply
It is true that, regardless of right to carry, you should let the officer know or keep the gun where he can see it. Like on the dash, clip out. I matched the description of an armed robbery suspect once too. And almost got shot. But how you act goes a long way. If you ever get stopped for no reason, the best bet is assume you look like someone that just committed an armed robbery. And you will probably not get shot.
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Some states, like Oklahoma, you are required by law to tell an officer if you have a CCL, regardless of whether or not you are carrying, before you give them your license. There are also states that state a gun is required to be unloaded while in a moving vehicle.

It might be best to just assume you did do something wrong, instead of claiming you got stopped for no reason, and just comply with the officer. And if you are carrying, make it clear first before making any sudden movement.
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The man was driving first of all. Secondly we was wanted for armed robbery. Thirdly, instead of applying pressure to the wound, possibly preserving his life, she decided to film his death. but yes he's was wanted for armed robbery. If I have to spell it out any further to someone who obviously doesn't know a thing...get a brain retard!
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6 ups
If we're talking about the same incident, she was driving and he was in a seat belt, had no record, and worked at the local school.
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6 ups
I was being sarcastic of course. He was the driver but I never read he was wanted for anything. I read he was instructed to keep his hands visible after telling the officer he had a concealed weapon. He continued to reach for his id as previously instructed rather than hold still until the officer could remove the weapon. All concealed carrier persons should know proper protocol when dealing with police officers. First identity yourself as a legally licensed gun owner, keep your hands raised and TELL the officer where on your person or in the area your weapon is located, wait for the officer to remove the weapon, then comply with all other instructions. Since he didn't follow this agenda he continued to reach for his wallet the officer shot him in the arm multiple times.
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Aaaaaah-Haaaaaaaaaaa!!!
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5 ups
So then is it okay for others who have no knowledge of the circumstances be judge and jury?
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2 ups, 1 reply
Then why do liberals act as judge, jury, and confiscators to all law-abiding gun owners?
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3 ups, 1 reply
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1 up
Truth.
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4 ups, 1 reply
Ppl like to act like they know stuff.
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I was pulled over @ 4:50 am on way to gym. My wallet was in the gym bag, back seat. I asked the officer for instructions on how to safely retrieve the wallet, both hands on the door. He says, "Why are yours hands hanging out the door?" I reply, "Because it's dark and I want you to see my hands at all times." He says, dude, you watch too much tv. Just get your wallet.
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4 ups
Unless it radical islamic terrorism!!
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0 ups, 1 reply
Utopia I'm afraid.
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A country that let EVERY SIGLE DAMN CITIZEN being a threat, for him his family and... Everyone else.

SO ingenious!!!
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