The Murder Of Yet Another Black Man

I logged onto the Irish news this morning, and this was the first thing I saw.

Here is a screenshot of Slager running back after handcuffing the man he murdered, to pick up something.

pickup

First throw down.

1st throwdown

Now he is back by the body of Walter Scott and has made his second pickup.

pickup2

And this is another throw down at  2.07.

throwdownIt is oh so casual. Watch that a couple of times.

knows

Slager knows there is someone watching this.

And oh yeah, Darren Wilson was innocent of murder.

Only this time someone caught it for all the world to see.

Even Fox News has a hard time decrying it.

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6 Responses to The Murder Of Yet Another Black Man

  1. ProfessorCanine says:

    For background, here is a news article about it BEFORE the cops knew there was a video:
    http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20150406/PC16/150409558/1268/north-charleston-police-say-officer-who-fatally-shot-man-pulled-him-over-because-of-brake-light&source=RSS
    Slager thinks he properly followed all procedures and policies before resorting to deadly force, lawyer David Aylor said in a statement.
    “This is a very tragic event for all of the families,” Aylor said. “I believe once the community hears all the facts of this shooting, they’ll have a better understanding of the circumstances surrounding this investigation.”
    Slager “felt threatened and reached for his department-issued firearm and fired his weapon,”

    fred010derf @ reddit

  2. Moles says:

    Threatened. By a guy with his back to him. Running away from him. Right. Eight shots into his BACK. Add the nice touch of dropping the stun gun next to the victim’s body. “Protect and Serve”.
    Right.

  3. ProfessorCanine says:

  4. Russellsq says:

    America has lost the common belief that as humans, we are equal in worth, worthy of respect, and responsible for each other. We would rather bomb and kill each other than to embrace our universal oneness. I weep for us

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