Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by Thread Manager, Dec 13, 2015.
At least it was only a stun gun this time.
And what's this? More excessive force from the police and a high probablity they were lying? There is video footage from the convienence store, bodycam footage and whatever she has on her phone to clear up what actually happened.
He'll almost certainly get away with it because no one actually died this time and even though he was clearly excessive and probably unjustified he won't face more than a gentle tap on his wrist for comitting a crime.
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Cops use force on a white person?
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What the ****.
Dallas officer goes home to wrong apartment, kills man inside
She should be prosecuted for manslaughter. If she were a civilian she would already be in jail for it.
How'd she get in the apartment? Was his furniture an exact replica of hers? Obviously we don't know all the details, but the b.s. meter is high on this one.
That is a question they still haven't answered. Was his door unlocked? Did her key somehow unlock his door? How do you go to the wrong apartment and then not realize nothing in it looks like yours and promptly shoot someone before telling them to stop moving? Because shooting first should never be your primary response.
Im curious to how she got in, if she was drunk or on drugs and what she will be charged with.
Dallas officer faces manslaughter charge for shooting man in apartment she thought was hers, police chief says | Crime | Dallas News
That’s awful. Simply awful. It’s such a delicate balance and difficult scary job. The attention on them right now is so hyper acute that the pressure some of the police are facing are probably causing them to crack more. I really am curious to know what the heck was going on in this officer’s head. I feel so bad for the man and his family
I dont trust anything from Shaun King. He cares more about his retweets than the facts.
Say what? Shaun ain't lying about this. Also, in a twist of events, it seems like the officer knew the victim prior and may have even dated.
He has put out misleading or just factually wrong information before when it fits his agenda and what his followers want to hear.
In that story, the assault was a total fabrication and video proved it. But King didnt care, he wanted to get that officers personal information out as soon as he could.
Now if you watch what actually happened in the video of that shooting, that kid pulled a gun on police and fired shots. But King didn't wait on the facts there either.
I can't respect the guy as a source of anything other than stirring up racial and police hate.
So... The man who was shot's job, his church all of it... Suspect until someone you trust verifies it all even though ALL OF THAT IS IN THE PUBLIC RECORD AND BEING REPORTED ON EVERYWHERE RIGHT NOW?
Obtuse is the word. It's the word I use instead of ban worthy language but, yeah... Obtuse is the word.
I'm talking about what King said about the investigation, the key fob and the bit with the warrant. A cop shot a man in his own apartment, that much is obvious.
So the cop has been charged with manslaughter and the rumor that they may have dated or had any type of relationship looks like b.s. at this point.
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The changing of her story is not really helping matters.
The cop is a liar.
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Here's how the doors at that apartment complex work.
These door literally slam themselves closed after theyre opened.
Yeah, never a good sign about intentions.
Neighbors are now saying that she said "Let me in!" a couple of times before the gunshots. That's not mistaken apartment -- that's something you would say if you knew the person inside. If they knew each other the whole scenario is different. Phones and computers will solve whether they knew each other. It depends on whether the "ear" witnesses are correct. Also she said she mistakenly parked on the wrong floor and went down the identical corridor. But if they knew each other then maybe she didn't park on that level by mistake.
Assuming they actually investigate it. It sounds like Dallas PD and the Rangers are assisting her. Good luck cracking the blue wall.
Supposedly they did not know each other but given they live in the same complex they should at least have a passing knowledge of the other. If they were more than aquaintances then that should be obvious by now.