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    Philando Castile Shooting Verdict Gen BS Version.

    The police cruiser dash cam was released today.

    All I can say from this angle is what the fuck..

    As Castile hands Yanez his insurance card, he says, “Sir, I have to tell you that I do have a firearm on me."

    Yanez: “OK, don’t reach for it then.”

    Castile: “I’m… I’m… [inaudible] reaching.”

    Yanez: “Don’t pull it out.”

    Castile: “I’m not pulling it out.”

    Passenger: “He’s not pulling it out.”

    Yanez: “Don't pull it out!”

    [Seven shots fired]

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    Philando Castile Shooting Verdict Gen BS Version.

    Originally posted by It is Fake View Post
    Dude got shot and killed for a broken taillight and you are actually talking about more humane?
    You know...I had a thought about Castille. Something's been bothering me...where are all the NRA and 2nd Amendment SJW's protesting for what happened to Castille?

    The Castille case is THE seminal gun rights issue of the decade...innocent armed man trying to comply, killed by cop for no reason other than he said he had a gun. Castille's 2nd Amendment rights AND liberty AND life were all violated, and strangely the NRA isn't having any rallies about the right to travel with a gun...they sure as hell rallied after Columbine and Sandy Hook, though.

    Not one person in the GOP made any mention of this case in support of the right for people not to get blown away simply for having a legally owned firearm.
    Last edited by Pship Destroyer; 6/24/2017 10:47pm, .

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      #3
      Originally posted by Pship Destroyer View Post
      You know...I had a thought about Castille. Something's been bothering me...where are all the NRA and 2nd Amendment SJW's protesting for what happened to Castille?

      The Castille case is THE seminal gun rights issue of the decade...innocent armed man trying to comply, killed by cop for no reason other than he said he had a gun. Castille's 2nd Amendment rights AND liberty AND life were all violated, and strangely the NRA isn't having any rallies about the right to travel with a gun...they sure as hell rallied after Columbine and Sandy Hook, though.

      Not one person in the GOP made any mention of this case in support of the right for people not to get blown away simply for having a legally owned firearm.
      I wasn't comfortable with the NRA's silence on the issue. It is to say the least inconsistent.

      I did talk it over with a friend, who was of the opinion that the NRA didn't want to offend small town sheriffs, whom they believe are an important part of their membership.

      Consider also Wayne LaPierre's stigmatizing, incorrect, and inflammatory statements on mental health.
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        #4
        BKR has a thread in the Armory and did not wish to discuss the specifics of the shooting, only helpful advise on how to not catch bullets from your local patrol officer when pulled over.

        I figured we could do it here.

        posts moved from Capitol Police
        and the one was copied from Amory thread on the topic.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Wounded Ronin View Post
          I wasn't comfortable with the NRA's silence on the issue. It is to say the least inconsistent.
          I agree 100% there.

          The video didn't look good. But there were 2 black jurors who voted for acquittal.

          I will say Castille screwed up, but again, it still didn't look good. Back in my day, they even taught us in Drivers Ed how to act when stopped. Hands on the wheel, and don't move them unless told to, for starters. Castile didn't follow that common sense. But again I must stress, it still didn't look good.

          I often carry in my cars. I've never had a problem when I get stopped. But I always leave my hands on the wheel until told I can move them, whether I'm carrying or not.
          "Through the centuries, the Jews have endured terrible persecution, and you know that. We've all read it, studied it. They've gone through a lot. And those seeking their destruction, we will seek their destruction." -President Donald Trump, spewing his Nazi, racist, anti-Semitism.

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            #6
            Originally posted by 1bad65 View Post
            I agree 100% there.

            The video didn't look good.

            I will say Castille screwed up, but again, it still didn't look good. Back in my day, they even taught us in Drivers Ed how to act when stopped. Hands on the wheel, and don't move them unless told to, for starters. Castile didn't follow that common sense. But again I must stress, it still didn't look good.

            I often carry in my cars. I've never had a problem when I get stopped. But I always leave my hands on the wheel until told I can move them, whether I'm carrying or not.
            There we go. I fixed your post so you didn't sound like a racist. Notice how the message didn't change except ... you aren't separating black people from white people..



            Now please explain what you mean with the sentence I moved to it's own quote below?
            Originally posted by 1bad65
            But there were 2 black jurors who voted for acquittal.

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              #7
              Originally posted by BackFistMonkey View Post
              There we go. I fixed your post so you didn't sound like a racist. Notice how the message didn't change except ... you aren't separating black people from white people..

              Now please explain what you mean with the sentence I moved to it's own quote below?
              Come on now, don't play that race card nonsense. I'm not racist in the slightest.

              I simply pointed out the jurors didn't split over race, as we see happen too often.

              What I meant was that with the political climate now, what with racial strife and police shootings as well, the fact that the two blacks on the jury sided with the police officer says something to me. Again, the shooting didn't look good to me. But I wasn't on the jury. It obviously looked ok to those 12 folks.
              "Through the centuries, the Jews have endured terrible persecution, and you know that. We've all read it, studied it. They've gone through a lot. And those seeking their destruction, we will seek their destruction." -President Donald Trump, spewing his Nazi, racist, anti-Semitism.

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                #8
                Originally posted by 1bad65 View Post
                Come on now, don't play that race card nonsense. I'm not racist in the slightest.
                Ok, that is why I asked. Many times geographic location and colloquialism color language in funny ways.

                I simply pointed out the jurors didn't split over race, as we see happen too often.
                That would have been a much more clear statement and left little ponder over. What was the racial make up of that jury?

                What I meant was that with the political climate now, what with racial strife and police shootings as well, the fact that the two
                SNIP
                blacks
                SNIP
                on the jury sided with the police officer says something to me.
                oh .... well it says to me that either you are pretending not to know what goes into jury selection or you really don't know how jury selection works. Besides if we are going by the illusion of things, the color of the people don't matter at all. We are talking about fair blind justice by the courts of law.

                Again, the shooting didn't look good to me. But I wasn't on the jury. It obviously looked ok to those 12 folks.
                It is often the case that those 12 people disagree with the millions of viewers and readers. It should make everyone question what info is being fed to each group and more importantly how.

                Information bubbles are a real thing, the main determining factor, here in the wild, seem to be political affiliation and social media use.


                (that video looks shady as hell yo...)

                *edit*
                Oh, that snip was to show an example of why I asked if you were racist. Not "prove" anything outside of that. In Cincy that would be kinda rude to have an (s) on it and not to add guy, girl, people or person behind "black".

                You don't have to change shit, since you have traveled and know the world you know that.
                Last edited by BackFistMonkey; 6/25/2017 10:52am, . Reason: clarity

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by BackFistMonkey View Post
                  Ok, that is why I asked. Many times geographic location and colloquialism color language in funny ways.
                  Cool. Thx for asking.

                  Again, I'm not racist. If I was, I'd be upfront about it like I a with my other beliefs.

                  Originally posted by BackFistMonkey View Post
                  oh .... well it says to me that either you are pretending not to know what goes into jury selection or you really don't know how jury selection works.
                  I'm a bit familiar with it. tbh, I think it's problem in our system. We shouldn't have both sides of the case trying to seat the best jury for them. We just need 12 people eligible for jury duty. No picking and choosing. But that aint gonna happen.

                  Originally posted by BackFistMonkey View Post
                  Besides if we are going by the illusion of things, the color of the people don't matter at all. We are talking about fair blind justice by the courts of law.
                  But it does matter to all too many people. To say otherwise is to deny reality. Now I'm not saying I like that, but it is what it is.
                  "Through the centuries, the Jews have endured terrible persecution, and you know that. We've all read it, studied it. They've gone through a lot. And those seeking their destruction, we will seek their destruction." -President Donald Trump, spewing his Nazi, racist, anti-Semitism.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Wounded Ronin View Post
                    I wasn't comfortable with the NRA's silence on the issue. It is to say the least inconsistent.

                    I did talk it over with a friend, who was of the opinion that the NRA didn't want to offend small town sheriffs, whom they believe are an important part of their membership.

                    Consider also Wayne LaPierre's stigmatizing, incorrect, and inflammatory statements on mental health.
                    The NRA didn't want to offend anybody?

                    Since when did they become a bunch of progressive liberal pussies?

                    That's a joke, by the way.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by 1bad65 View Post
                      the fact that the two blacks on the jury sided with the police officer says something to me.
                      What did it say to you?

                      The "two blacks" on the jury validated what the other 10 morons did?

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                        #12
                        Here's a minute fact of this case for you to explore: Castille was pulled over because he had a "wide-set nose".

                        That was the ONLY reason.

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                          #13
                          It sounds like the jury thought that what the officer did was wrong, but that the acquittal was based on a technicality.

                          Dennis Ploussard said the two jurors, who were white, were holdouts on acquittal. He said the jury spent an entire day breaking down the legal definition of culpable negligence before the two relented Friday afternoon.

                          The jury then moved to a verdict, finding Yanez not guilty of manslaughter and felony gun charges tied to the shooting.

                          After the verdict was read, "we went back into the jury's room, we all bowed our heads in silence, and we did not say a word for at least five minutes,"Ploussard said in an interview with MPR News.

                          Ploussard told KARE 11 that there were "a lot of factors" that entered into the decision to acquit but "basically it was the way the law was written. We dissected it for at least five hours to put it in layman's terms so we could understand it .. understand what it meant."
                          http://live.mprnews.org/Event/The_tr...anez/970456316
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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Pship Destroyer View Post
                            You know...I had a thought about Castille. Something's been bothering me...where are all the NRA and 2nd Amendment SJW's protesting for what happened to Castille?

                            The Castille case is THE seminal gun rights issue of the decade...innocent armed man trying to comply, killed by cop for no reason other than he said he had a gun. Castille's 2nd Amendment rights AND liberty AND life were all violated, and strangely the NRA isn't having any rallies about the right to travel with a gun...they sure as hell rallied after Columbine and Sandy Hook, though.

                            Not one person in the GOP made any mention of this case in support of the right for people not to get blown away simply for having a legally owned firearm.
                            The NRA is only for white people. I wish I was joking.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by BackFistMonkey View Post
                              BKR has a thread in the Armory and did not wish to discuss the specifics of the shooting, only helpful advise on how to not catch bullets from your local patrol officer when pulled over.

                              I figured we could do it here.

                              posts moved from Capitol Police
                              and the one was copied from Amory thread on the topic.
                              Not being black seems to work for not getting shot by the police.

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