- Illegal alien from Jamaica Lee Boyd Malvo is now eligible for parole.
- Vet Beaten Hospitalized After Breaching BLM Roadblock
- The NIH Led By Fauci Not Only Approved But Paid For “gain of function” Research At The Wuhan Lab In China
- "We are rapidly losing our country... and the media is all but silent as it happens."
- Reimagined Policing In Plano, Texas
Daily Archives: 1, April 13, 2021
One day after name of Brooklyn Center, MN police officer involved in shooting released on the front page of papers and on TV across the country with her picture. Forgot to release her address? Over three months later, the name of federal officer who on January 6th, 2021 shot unarmed, Ashli Elizabeth Babbitt, investigated by the federal government, not released. Why? Why the double standard? The Brooklyn Center police officer lives and sleeps in or around Brooklyn Center, MN, while the federal officer probably lives near about 0% of the protestors that attended the rally at the U.S. Capitol.
Blacks who fear the police, taunt and harass the police with a bullhorn. Telling the police where to go.
Politicians who created this environment and who are experts in policing should be asked why aren’t they doing ride-alongs.
Another Ideologue Posing As A Reporter Exhorts Chief Not To Describe The Riot The Chief Was At As A Riot
Brooklyn Center Police Chief Tim Gannon just excluded himself from ever being a chief in most large cities or being part of the Biden Administration. And anyway what’s management doing “front and center” at a riot? His job is to determine if any laws or department regulations may have been violated by the Brooklyn Center Police after the fact – like on Monday morning from his office.
“The city manager for Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, has been fired following his stated support of “due process” for a police officer…”
The Constitution states only one command twice. The Fifth Amendment says to the federal government that no one shall be “deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law.” The Fourteenth Amendment, ratified in 1868, uses the same eleven words, called the Due Process Clause, to describe a legal obligation of all states. These words have as their central promise an assurance that all levels of American government must operate within the law (“legality”) and provide fair procedures.
Washington Examiner|6 hours ago The city manager for Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, has been fired following his stated support of “due process” for a police officer involved in a fatal shooting of a black man on Sunday. Mayor Mike Elliott announced on Twitter on Monday evening that Curt …
Fox News|9 hours ago” Outnumbered” host Emily Compagno, a former attorney, reacted to the news that the city manager of the Twin Cities suburb where a police officer is accused of accidentally shooting a man instead of tazing him during a confrontation was fired late Monday on …