Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Lawman enforces the law, so if you break the law you go up against them.

Thomas Williams

A retired police officer told me that he couldn't be a policeman in this country these days. Because the police ran the streets when he patrolled the neighbourhoods in the towns that he patrolled in the Army and civilian life.

Now the politicians have taken the policeman arresting power away from them and the streets are now controlled by the corrupted politicians like Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama.

The police know whare all the bad actors live, and can go get them if they need to. But now they must look the other way because they are under orders to not do what they use to do as a matter of Police policy. That would keep a lid on the bad people running roughshod over the peaceful people living in our cities and towns neighborhoods.

We are living in an area where the politicians keep corrupting the police way of doing their jobs and holding you and me hostage to the fear of neighborhood race rioting. For political advantage at the voting booths.

Street Riots could neve get this far when we wore a police badge because we would have stopped the bad guys leading the pack long before that point. That if the riot reached the streets a  lot more people would be arrested, tried in court, and convicted serving time in jail.

Because we all know where the bad people lived.

Protest erupts after police kill black man in North Carolina

By Greg Lacour | CHARLOTTE, N.C.

Police officers wearing riot gear block a road during protests after police fatally shot Keith Lamont Scott in the parking lot of an apartment complex in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S. September 20, 
2016. REUTERS/Adam Rhew/Charlotte Magazine
Protesters blocked a highway and clashed with police in Charlotte, North Carolina, early on Wednesday morning after officers fatally shot a black man they said had a gun when they approached him in a parking lot.
About a dozen officers and several protesters suffered non-life threatening injuries during an hours-long demonstration near where Keith Lamont Scott, 43, was shot by a policeman on Tuesday afternoon, police and local media said on social media.

Early Wednesday morning, protesters blocked Interstate 85, where they stole boxes from trucks and started fires before police used flash grenades in an attempt to disperse the angry crowd, an ABC affiliate in Charlotte reported.

A group of protesters then tried to break into a Walmart store before police arrived and began guarding its front entryway, video footage by local media showed.

Earlier in the evening, police in riot gear reportedly used tear gas on protesters who threw rocks and water bottles at them as they wielded large sticks and blocked traffic. One officer was sent to the hospital after being struck in the head by a rock, police said.

Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts urged for calm.

"The community deserves answers and (a) full investigation will ensue," she said on Twitter, adding in a subsequent post, "I want answers too."

Scott was shot by officer Brentley Vinson earlier in the day, according to Charlotte-Mecklenburg police. The shooting occurred when officers were at an apartment complex searching for a suspect with an outstanding warrant and they saw Scott get out of his vehicle with a firearm, the department said.

Vinson fired his weapon and struck Scott, who "posed an imminent deadly threat to the officers," the department said in a statement.

Vinson, who joined the Charlotte police force in July 2014, is black, according to the department. He has been placed on paid administrative leave.



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