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Reply #1635 on: September 25, 2020, 03:30:53 PM
  Briana Taylor was a 'cash mule' for several drug dealers, according to testimony the Grand Jury heard. The 'current' BoyFriend testified that he heard the Knock at the Door, so the Police did knock, when they had a warrant that did not require a Knock.

  They expected compliance... go figure... Once they received gunfire, wounding an Officer at the door, in response to their "Knock", returned fire was assured, and the 'shooter' managed to hide himself, while Briana was caught up in the crossfire, seems. Tradgedy she died, and her name, the current BF, and the past BF names were on the Warrant.

  The Warrant had the correct address. Shortly after, the past BF, and another drug dealer, both armed, were found in another apartment, and arrested without incident, as they did not shoot at the Police, per jailhouse phone conversations obtained by the local newspaper.

  The moral of the story is: do not associate with drug dealers, or 'hold their cash, receive their mail' and DO NOT SHOOT AT THE POLICE.

  Biden and numerous elected Democrats, and other whackos, even our own whackos here, believe the Officers should be charged with crimes, including Murder... and seem to encourage, understand, agree with the looting, arson and sacking of Louisville, KY, as they actually believe(d) the Mainstream Media Reports, Rumors, Social Media fed by Marxists, etc. etc., when near everything Briana Taylor's Family Attorney had to say were incorrect.

  Even the Governor failed to take the mob seriously, seems, or did not wish to believe what they would do, including shooting at least two local Police, and only half heartedly called out his National Guard, which helped a little, but did not stop the violence of the left wing mob here.

  More detail will follow, I am sure, and for some reason, those who should know the details have seemingly no interest in publicizing them.

  Go figure...

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Reply #1636 on: September 25, 2020, 04:57:46 PM
There is no evidence Brainna was a cash mule, whatever that is.  Let's stick with the facts.

Shortly after midnight on March 13, 2020, Louisville police entered the apartment of Breonna Taylor and Kenneth Walker using a battering ram to force open the door. The police were investigating two men they believed were selling drugs. The Taylor/Walker home was included in a "no-knock" search warrant, signed by Jefferson County Circuit Judge Mary M. Shaw, reportedly based on representations by police that one of the men used the apartment to receive packages. The New York Times later reported that before the raid, the order had been changed to "knock and announce", meaning that the police were required to identify themselves.

The primary targets of the LMPD investigation were Jamarcus Glover and Adrian Walker, who were suspected of selling controlled substances from a drug house more than 10 miles away. According to a Taylor family attorney, Glover had dated Taylor two years before and continued to have a "passive friendship". The search warrant included Taylor's residence because it was suspected that Glover received packages containing drugs at Taylor's apartment and because a car registered to Taylor had been seen parked on several occasions in front of Glover's house. Specifically, the warrant alleges that in January 2020, Glover left Taylor's apartment with an unknown package, presumed to be drugs, and subsequently went to a known drug apartment with this package soon afterward. This warrant states that this event was verified "through a US Postal Inspector." In May 2020, the U.S. postal inspector in Louisville publicly announced that the collaboration with law enforcement had never actually occurred. The postal office stated they were actually asked to monitor packages going to Taylor's apartment from a different agency, but after doing so, they concluded, "There's [sic] no packages of interest going there." The public revelation put the investigation and especially the warrant into question and resulted in an internal investigation. No drugs were found in Taylor's apartment after the warrant was executed.

Kenneth Walker was under the assumption someone was breaking into his apartment, fired a single shot first, striking an officer, whereupon police returned fire into the apartment with more than 20 rounds. A wrongful death lawsuit filed against the police by the Taylor family's attorney alleges that the officers, who entered Taylor's home "without knocking and without announcing themselves as police officers", opened fire "with a total disregard for the value of human life", but Kenneth Walker said there was knocking at their door and the police account claims the officers did knock and repeatedly announced themselves before forcing entry. A New York Times reporter talked to a dozen neighbors and found that only one of them, who was on the staircase immediately above Taylor's apartment, heard the officers shout "Police!" once. The other neighbors said the first thing they heard were shots. However, Kentucky Attorney General, Daniel Cameron, announced on September 23, 2020 that an independent investigation concluded that the officers both knocked and announced their presence at the apartment. This event was corroborated by an independent witness who was in proximity to Taylor's apartment, apartment 4.

Taylor's family has stated there was no announcement and that Walker and Taylor believed someone was breaking in, causing Walker to act in self-defense. Walker said in his police interrogation that Taylor yelled multiple times, "Who is it?" after hearing a loud bang at the door, but received no answer and that he then armed himself. Walker shot first, striking a police officer in the leg. In response, the officers opened fire with more than 20 rounds, hitting objects in the living room, dining room, kitchen, hallway, bathroom, and both bedrooms. Taylor was struck by five bullets and pronounced dead at the scene. No drugs were found in the apartment. According to anonymous sources who spoke to WAVE3 News, one of the three officers allegedly fired blindly from the exterior of the residence, through a window with closed blinds and curtains; the sources said they do not believe Taylor was struck by any of the bullets fired by the officer who was outside.

More than a month after the shooting, Jamarcus Glover was offered a plea deal if he would state Taylor was part of his drug dealing operations. Prosecutors stated that the inclusion of Taylor was in a draft of the plea, but was later removed. Glover declined the plea.



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Reply #1637 on: September 25, 2020, 06:35:39 PM
  Interesting you take the Briana Taylor "Family" allegations as factual, when the details their Lawyer has claimed have been disproven by the Grand Jury, and the "no knock" claim, disproven with testimony of the guy who shot a Police Officer through the door, when he heard a knock.

  Local newspaper detailed jailhouse phone transcripts, which detail the role "Bre" is playing for the now jailed again 'former boyfriend', holding not only 'his' money, but 'lots of peoples' money, saying she has $8000 now, from the $15,000 she once had of 'his money'...

  Some of this information, from different sources, is detailed in the Police description of the need for a Warrant, which has been widely published, and widely ignored by Mainstream Media as to follow ups.

  The Homicide of Briana Taylor has been addressed, along with the shooting of the Police Officer that justifies Return Fire. So, no crime to do with the homocide of Briana Taylor. Known and Answered, ignored by those with their own agendas, who want the issue, not answers.

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Reply #1638 on: September 26, 2020, 12:38:18 AM
The level of violence of the police entry was calibrated up based on the race of those known/suspected to be inside.  If white people were known to be inside it would have gone differently up to and including a decreased level of police violence and an occupant firing back bringing any charges.

Oh, and joan is a racist piece of shit.



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Reply #1639 on: September 26, 2020, 01:43:24 AM
You've got that right Jed.

Racist!

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Reply #1640 on: September 26, 2020, 02:09:32 AM
  Not true, of course. If you have evidence, of intentional difference by law and practice, something written, please provide a link. TY.

The level of violence of the police entry was calibrated up based on the race of those known/suspected to be inside.  If white people were known to be inside it would have gone differently up to and including a decreased level of police violence and an occupant firing back bringing any charges.

Oh, and joan is a racist piece of shit.

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Reply #1641 on: September 26, 2020, 02:18:00 AM
How systemic racism entangles all police officers — even black cops

Neill Franklin is a black man. But he'll admit that after decades of working at the Baltimore Police Department and Maryland State Police, he harbored a strong bias against young black men.

https://www.vox.com/2015/5/7/8562077/police-racism-implicit-bias

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Reply #1642 on: September 26, 2020, 04:13:06 PM
You've got that right Jed.

Racist!



If the couple in the apartment were white, joan would be talking about ‘good guy with a gun’ defending his home from overzealous police.  Because gun rights only apply to white people with guns.  Black people with guns are all criminals.



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Reply #1643 on: September 26, 2020, 06:00:47 PM
  "Systemic Racism", made popular by Stokley Charmichael, I believe, is a HOAX.

  There is plenty of personal, individual racism to go around, for everyone to find a way to deal with it, personally, individually, and we need no 'get out of jail free, it's not my fault' card to avoid dealing with our own demons.

  Individual responsibilty, for most everything, is the solution to nearly all the problems human beings encounter. Lack of such must be abhored by everyone, and called out when it shows.

  Plenty of existing law for anything left beyond individual responsibility.

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Reply #1644 on: September 28, 2020, 07:15:46 AM

Some people are like the 'slinky'. Not really good for much, but they bring a smile to your face as they fall down stairs.


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Reply #1645 on: October 02, 2020, 02:32:32 AM
we all know that anything in this climate of hate and lawlessness will be used as an excuse to go out and burn, loot and kill.
the real victims are those whos deaths are used as an excuse by media and rioters and the poor families that have to watch all the crimes committed in the name of their dearly departed when they should be grieving.
mature civilized people wait for the facts and investigation and following charges against the guilty before expressing revenge filled rage.
now 2 police are dead who had NOTHING to do with this and their families are without fathers,uncles,brothers,sons.
do you think their "LIVES MATTER" ?

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Reply #1646 on: October 02, 2020, 06:58:37 AM

Far-Right Activists Charged Over Robocalls That Allegedly Targeted Minority Voters
October 1, 2020

Michigan's attorney general filed felony charges Thursday against two far-right activists who allegedly coordinated a series of racist robocalls that discouraged voters in Detroit and other cities from participating in the November election.

Jack Burkman and Jacob Wohl are each being charged with four felony counts, including intimidating voters and conspiracy to commit an election law violation.

The robocalls came from a nonexistent group called the "1599 project" and falsely warned recipients that voting by mail would result in being "finessed into giving your private information to the man."

Burkman and Wohl are known far-right conspiracy theorists who promote disinformation online and have made attempts to frame public figures such as Pete Buttigieg, Sen. Kamala Harris and Dr. Anthony Fauci for various made-up scandals.

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said in a press release that the calls were made in August to almost 12,000 residents with phone numbers from the 313 area code that covers Detroit. An investigation found that attorneys general in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Illinois received complaints about similar phone calls being placed to cities with large minority populations.

"Any effort to interfere with, intimidate or intentionally mislead Michigan voters will be met with swift and severe consequences," Nessel wrote in a statement. "This effort specifically targeted minority voters in an attempt to deter them from voting in the November election."

In the calls, the robocaller told recipients to "beware of vote by mail" and falsely said that doing so would feed personal information into a database accessible to the police pursuing warrants, credit card companies collecting debts and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention aiming to track people for mandatory vaccines.

All of these claims are false, and the caller provides no evidence to back them. There is no evidence of widespread fraud associated with voting by mail.

Still, President Trump continues to sow doubts about voting by mail, without evidence.

Democrats are concerned about voter intimidation amid Republican efforts to dispatch tens of thousands of poll watchers across the country.

Until 2018, the Republican National Committee had been under a 1980s-era consent decree after a federal judge found Republicans had stationed off-duty police officers in some minority precincts and sent targeted mailings to minority voters warning about penalties for violating election laws.

That consent decree has now expired, allowing Republicans to organize poll watching and other "ballot-security" efforts.

Neither Burkman nor Wohl's attorney immediately responded to NPR's request for comment.

https://www.npr.org/2020/10/01/919309649/far-right-activists-charged-over-robocalls-that-allegedly-targeted-minority-vote



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Reply #1647 on: October 03, 2020, 04:36:52 PM
you make it so obvious you hate the white race while you mouth off about racism...

you use the word empathy while joking about our president and his wife getting covid..

i am almost positive you are fat have a nose ring and purple hair..

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Reply #1648 on: October 03, 2020, 05:07:36 PM
"...That consent decree has now expired, allowing Republicans to organize poll watching and other "ballot-security" efforts..."

  Now Republicans have the identical rights as do Democrats, eh?

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Reply #1649 on: October 07, 2020, 02:24:45 AM
I removed a Non Sequitur political meme posted by eater.  Unless the meme is specifically related to the discussion please keep them in the mindless political meme thread.
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