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October 31, 2018, 05:51:21 AM
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I'm sure there are American cops and ISIS soldiers who go home to their families and are otherwise great people, but the problem is they took an oath to uphold the laws, all of the laws, even the cruel, unjust laws.  They took an oath to disregard their own moral judgement to enforce immoral laws.  That is what makes them all bad.   The ones who aren't bad will be out of a job for speaking out against their coworkers or breaking the oath.
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November 05, 2018, 08:20:31 PM
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What happened was this: At about 9am, my husband, who happened to be home yesterday, was sitting in the living room with our two dogs when he heard a couple of cars pull up outside. He looked out the window and saw three black SUVs in front of our house; two at the curb in front and one pulled up behind my husband's Jeep in the driveway, as if to block him from leaving.
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November 13, 2018, 07:43:48 PM
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Look at what happened Sunday.

Hero Security Guard Stops Mass Shooting and is Killed by Cops Who Showed Up After it Was Over



A hero security guard stopped a mass shooting with his legal gun, saving an untold number of lives and was holding the suspect at gunpoint when police showed up and killed him.

Robbins, IL — Early Sunday morning, a tragedy took place in Illinois after a hero security guard stopped what was quickly becoming a deadly mass shooting, only to be shot by police moments later. Jemel Roberson, 26, was working security at Manny's Blue Room Sunday morning when his heroism got him killed.

The incident began after multiple individuals were asked to leave the bar for being unruly. Witnesses say all the men left and then returned and one came back in with a gun opening fire into the bar. As everyone else ran for cover, Roberson according to witnesses, engaged the shooter with his own gun.

Roberson then apprehended one of the men involved in the shooting and held him at gunpoint as the police showed up. Four people had been shot, but thanks to Roberson, no one else was hit, and those four people were transported to a local hospital and treated for their injuries. Sadly, Roberson would not be so lucky.

At around 4 a.m., police officers from multiple suburban departments responded to the call of shots fired. When they arrived, Roberson was holding one of the men on the ground so he could be apprehended by police.

"He had somebody on the ground with his knee in back, with his gun in his back like, 'Don't move,'" witness Adam Harris said.

"Everybody was screaming out, 'he was a security guard,' and they basically saw a black man with a gun and killed him," witness Harris tells WGN TV.

Roberson—who was licensed to carry a firearm—and is a father of a 9-month-old boy, saved an untold number of lives that night only to be gunned down shortly after.

"A Midlothian officer encountered a subject with a gun and was involved in an officer-involved shooting. The subject the officer shot was later pronounced deceased at an area hospital," Chief Daniel Delaney of the Midlothian Police Department said in a statement.

Adding to the irresponsible nature of the shooting is the fact that an attorney for the family noted that Roberson was actually wearing security attire and had a hat on with "security" emblazoned across the front.

According to the AP, charges were pending against the man who investigators believe fired the initial shots during a dispute. His name has yet to be released, and he remained hospitalized Monday, Cook County sheriff's spokeswoman Sophia Ansari said.

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Attorney Gregory Kulis filed a civil rights lawsuit seeking more than $1 million on behalf of Roberson's mother, Beatrice Roberson. He said Jemel Roberson was dressed in black but wearing a hat with the word "security" when he was shot.

Kulis also echoed witness reports that Roberson was holding down another man outside the bar when the officer arrived and shot him.


I have an old, local newspaper that has an article about the stress that cops are under. We need to get rid of cops. They have a "shoot first, ask questions later" attitude. They are more dangerous than the bad guys on the street.


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November 13, 2018, 07:57:45 PM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uOsRZwZk34
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gAzpibLxXo
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/us-news/hero-police-officer-saves-baby-12625288
https://metro.co.uk/2018/05/11/dashcam-footage-captures-police-officer-saving-babys-life-side-road-7537197/

When are you going to realize that one story doesn't prove anything? Why are you still doing this, are you getting paid by someone?
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December 06, 2018, 06:39:54 AM
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I'm not supporting ISIS(they all are bastards) but they do fight against the Russian army, U.S army, Syrian army, and Iraq Army. And the cops well they fight against "the n word" people and Mexicans drug dealers.

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December 06, 2018, 04:28:16 PM
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When I heard ISIS it is back up by U.S, I remembered that here in my country, some of the place we have here has been attacked by the terrorist people and the government find out in the end that behind the war it was ISIS who supported that terrorist, according to the news we had it in here. Which means that ISIS was not a good people.

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December 07, 2018, 10:31:40 PM
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Average people in the USA do not want ISIS to be supported by the U.S.  And most of them don't know that it is. Because of this, the U.S. supporters of ISIS are simply people in the U.S. government, actually stepping outside of their authority. But there is no way to stop them that is readily known (except, perhaps one, that I am not going to elaborate on here).

So, it is not really the U.S. that is supporting ISIS. Talking like that is propaganda being used to mess with the minds of honest people being attacked by ISIS in the ME, and by cops in America.

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December 07, 2018, 10:42:44 PM
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The answer is to take the man, not the cop, and his bond, to Federal District Court in common law. Federal District Court is a court where the magistrate (judge) is separate from the tribunal (accuser, accused, jury). When you beat his bond in this court (as well as the man, of course), he loses his job forever, because no bonding agent will ever bond him again. Remember, the jury has the right and duty to judge both facts and law. They can declare a law null and void in a particular case. To get their sympathy for a guilty verdict against cops, they need to be shown that it could have been them the cops mistreated.


When Nonviolence Isn't Enough



In August 2017, Richard Hubbard III stopped at a red light in Euclid, Ohio, but his front bumper went a few feet past the white line. The cops pulled him over. That's no surprise: Police in Euclid, Cleveland Heights, and the surrounding cash-strapped towns strictly enforce traffic rules. But officers didn't just give the driver a ticket.

The police demanded Hubbard—a black man—step out of his vehicle. Dashcam footage shows that he calmly complied. Yet one officer immediately spun Hubbard around, bent his arm, and slammed him against his Hyundai. He flipped Hubbard again, punched him in the face, and kicked his groin. Hubbard screamed and put his arms up to protect himself. The other officer joined in.

They threw Hubbard to the ground but continued to punch, hammer, and kick him. When he tried to protect his face, they chanted the informal motto of American police, "Stop resisting!" Even when Hubbard was subdued, prostrate with his hands behind his back and two large officers pinning him down, one officer continued to pummel his skull.

Imagine you witness the whole thing. A thought occurs to you: You're armed. You could shoot the officers, perhaps saving Hubbard's life or preventing him from being maimed and disabled. May you do so?

Below, I defend a controversial answer: Yes, you may.


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December 13, 2018, 12:13:52 AM
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Now, this is the way ISIS should be. So, cops really ARE way worse.


When Cops Respond to Noise Complaint About Friends Playing New Nintendo...



Instead of ruining the fun for a couple of friends who were enjoying the new Nintendo video game, two police officers accepted their offer to join in.

Jovante Williams had been playing the newly-released "Super Smash Brothers Ultimate" game at his friend's apartment in Minneapolis, Minnesota when they heard a knock at the door.

Local police officers had been called to the apartment based on a noise complaint from a neighbor. Since Williams says that the actual source of the noise was coming from somewhere else in the apartment complex's hallway, however, the cops left.

The officers returned several more times to make sure that the noise wasn't too loud, until finally, Williams's friend told the squad they they were simply drinking beers and playing Smash.

When one of the officers asked "what is smash?", Williams asked them if they wanted to play.

Two of the cops immediately accepted the offer and sat down for a few rounds. Amidst everyone sharing some good-natured banter, Williams says that he jokingly told one of the cops: "Just don't fine me if I beat you."

When asked who won the games, Williams replied: "We did. But they were pretty good [and] one of them was sick with Pikachu."

Williams posted a video of the exchange to Reddit where it was upvoted thousands of times, much to his delight.

"Ultimately (badum-tssh), [I'm] just super happy to post wholesome content and have it go a li'l viral for the world to watch," he wrote in a comment.


Cops are way worse.


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