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July 08, 2016, 02:17:17 PM
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Are you afraid of ISIS in America? Be afraid of U.S. cops!


Woman Facebook live-streams her dying boyfriend seconds after he is shot four times...





WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT

Diamond Reynolds live-streamed the aftermath of her boyfriend's shooting

Philando Castile was shot at 9pm during a traffic stop in Minnesota

Reynolds claims that he was reaching for a license and ID

And she says he told the cop he had a license to carry a weapon

But she claims the 'Chinese police officer' shot him four times in the arm

The cop - audibly panicked - swears and tells her not to move several times

Police have confirmed that he died in hospital

Some 200 protesters formed outside Minnesota Governor's house

The cop is from the St. Anthony Police Department in Falcon Heights

Castile's mother learned of it when her daughter screamed while online

She claims she wasn't allowed to see her son in hospital


Minneapolis woman livestreams her dying boyfriend seconds after he is shot by a cop

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQs6djkqmy8



Read more at http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3678293/Please-don-t-tell-s-gone-Horrifying-moment-woman-believes-black-boyfriend-died-Minneapolis-cop-shot-four-times-reached-license.html.


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July 08, 2016, 02:19:59 PM
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lol what a thread.
US cops are violent that is true,but i think you cannot say that ISIS is better than them lol
Anyway there are many violent cops but not all of them are like this i think,but it is only my opinion.

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July 08, 2016, 02:24:59 PM
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nearly every time one of these blacks gets shot it turns out the police had a good reason once all the facts are known

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July 08, 2016, 02:25:46 PM
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lol what a thread.
US cops are violent that is true,but i think you cannot say that ISIS is better than them lol

Anyway there are many violent cops but not all of them are like this i think,but it is only my opinion.

Yeah I rather agree ^^
US cops are plain shit for some of them, but what makes them much better than ISIS is that they don't intend to be.

Sure they're violent as fuck, but that's because they're not police officer, they're just cow boys with big guns.
Whereas ISIS wants to kill innocents, that's their goal, an important difference in my opinion.

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July 08, 2016, 02:27:36 PM
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nearly every time one of these blacks gets shot it turns out the police had a good reason once all the facts are known

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3518665/Oh-s-t-Jacob-horrifying-moment-cop-accidentally-shoots-undercover-colleague-NINE-times.html

yeah, a good reason xD

And whatever you're reason is, the number of bullets cops put in people is just too damn high! A cop shouldn't shoot 10, 20 someties even 30 times in someone!!! That's just the proof of a huge lack of training.

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July 08, 2016, 03:52:59 PM
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It's to strong statement, in my opinion.
We don't hear about such tragic events every day and it's possible that sometimes even U.S. cops can make mistakes.
I'm sure that there are many incidents where criminals kill U.S. cops as well.
Nothing is black or white but more grey, I feel.
ISIS is terrorist organization ad they hate all people in the West, doesn't matter if they are white, black or yellow, Christian, Muslim or Jews.
This is main difference.

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July 08, 2016, 11:55:36 PM
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It's to strong statement, in my opinion.
We don't hear about such tragic events every day and it's possible that sometimes even U.S. cops can make mistakes.
I'm sure that there are many incidents where criminals kill U.S. cops as well.
Nothing is black or white but more grey, I feel.
ISIS is terrorist organization ad they hate all people in the West, doesn't matter if they are white, black or yellow, Christian, Muslim or Jews.
This is main difference.


That's exactly the point. Everybody over in the Middle East has heard of ISIS. Everybody knows that they are dangerous and unpredictable. Everybody knows that they can die just for looking crossways at a member of ISIS.

Police in America are supposed to be protecting people. Instead, they are often doing just like ISIS except that most of the time, the people don't realize that they are going to do it. Rather, Americans are trusting cops to be a special brand of honorable people. Then, these trusting people die for being so trusting.

And the worst thing about it is, over in the ME, people know that often they don't have any law to resist. Here in America, the law is supposed to protect the people. But the courts free the cops while the people are thinking that they will get justice.

Wake up America. If we tackle the problem the right way, cops can be made to do their job correctly.

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July 09, 2016, 12:01:29 AM
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It's to strong statement, in my opinion.
We don't hear about such tragic events every day and it's possible that sometimes even U.S. cops can make mistakes.
I'm sure that there are many incidents where criminals kill U.S. cops as well.
Nothing is black or white but more grey, I feel.
ISIS is terrorist organization ad they hate all people in the West, doesn't matter if they are white, black or yellow, Christian, Muslim or Jews.
This is main difference.


That's exactly the point. Everybody over in the Middle East has heard of ISIS. Everybody knows that they are dangerous and unpredictable. Everybody knows that they can die just for looking crossways at a member of ISIS.

Police in America are supposed to be protecting people. Instead, they are often doing just like ISIS except that most of the time, the people don't realize that they are going to do it. Rather, Americans are trusting cops to be a special brand of honorable people. Then, these trusting people die for being so trusting.

And the worst thing about it is, over in the ME, people know that often they don't have any law to resist. Here in America, the law is supposed to protect the people. But the courts free the cops while the people are thinking that they will get justice.

Wake up America. If we tackle the problem the right way, cops can be made to do their job correctly.

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'The Tail Light Was Not Out' Diamond Reynolds Makes Startling Statement...





"The police did this to me! They took an innocent man away from us! He didn't do anything. He did exactly what the police asked," lamented Diamond "Lavish" Reynolds to a crowd of supporters and media on Thursday following the as-yet unexplained police shooting death of her boyfriend, Philando Castile.

Castile, Reynolds and her four-year-old daughter had been pulled over by St. Anthony, Minnesota, Police for a broken tail light on Wednesday night, but as Reynolds grieved Thursday,

"The police officer stopped us for a busted tail light that was not busted. They pulled us over on the side of the road, asked for license and registration. As he was reaching for his license and registration, he told the officer that he was licensed to carry and had [a firearm]. As he got back, comfortable, the police took four or five shots into him for no reason.


Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/diamond-reynolds-admits-taillight/.


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July 09, 2016, 04:03:42 AM
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Here are the facts we know. Guy was shot and killed by a police officer and its amazing this guy is found guilty by the public on what the woman said ISIS?

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July 09, 2016, 04:07:13 AM
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nearly every time one of these blacks gets shot it turns out the police had a good reason once all the facts are known

Um, wrong.  And racist.  This cop is being charged with homicide.
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July 09, 2016, 06:01:10 AM
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Here are the facts we know. Guy was shot and killed by a police officer and its amazing this guy is found guilty by the public on what the woman said ISIS?

Can anyone translate o.o

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August 19, 2016, 09:10:28 PM
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Cop Who Shot Innocent Philando Castile To Death Is Back On The Job





In a blow to the family and friends of Philando Castile, the officer who is responsible for his death is returning to work.

Last month, in shocking video streamed on Facebook Live, Philando Castile, 32, is seen bleeding to death after a Minnesota police officer shot him through his driver-side car window. His girlfriend, Lavish Reynolds captured the horrific scene on her cell phone, narrating the tragic events and streaming them live on Facebook.

According to Reynolds, police pulled them over for a broken tail light and callously shot Castile to death after he told the officers that he had a firearm and a conceal-and-carry permit. Reynold's 4-year-old daughter was reportedly sitting in the back seat when the officer fired at least four bullets into Castile's arm and chest.

Philando Castile was an innocent man, gunned down in cold blood by an officer trained to think the public is his enemy.

Now, only a month after the death of this beloved member of the community, the cop who sent him to an early grave, St. Anthony Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez, is coming back to the job.

As reported by the AP, Yanez was expected to return to work for the first time Wednesday, Chief Jon Mangseth said. Yanez will perform desk duties and other administrative work until the investigation is completed and charging decisions are made, the chief said.

Mangseth wouldn't discuss any details of the shooting, and would not say whether or not he thinks Yanez should be exonerated. He did, however, go out of his way to praise him.

"He has a real sound ability when it comes to communicating and relating to people," Mangseth said. "He showed me that he could shine in that public eye."

In Castile's girlfriend's video, Yanez is yelling expletives and pointing his gun at Castile as he lies bleeding in the driver's seat of the car — sounds like he has an amazing sense of "communicating and relating to people."

"There's been no time in my career where we've ever had this type of dynamic at work, this national stage, so to speak," said Mangseth, who joined the department in 1995 and took over as chief earlier this year.

According to the AP, that scrutiny eventually revealed Mangseth's department has disproportionately arrested African Americans. While just 7 percent of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area is black, nearly half of the St. Anthony police's arrests in the first half of 2016 were of black people, according to an AP analysis of arrest data provided by the department. Members of Minnesota's black community said the statistics were proof of racial profiling.

As the Free Thought Project reported last month, Castile was a ticking time bomb — because of law enforcement policy in the United States.

Prior to being pulled over and murdered by Yanez, Castile had been stopped a whopping 52 times. All of these 'offenses' were non-criminal, had no victim, and were used to extract thousands from this poor man.


Read more at http://www.trueactivist.com/cop-who-shot-innocent-philando-castile-to-death-is-back-on-the-job/


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August 20, 2016, 10:03:30 AM
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I think you need to rethink that us cops are bad yet but they re not as bad as terrorists.
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August 20, 2016, 10:12:16 AM
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Hmmm Boiling people alive,Beheadings,Throwing people off buildings,Burning alive......You compare ISIS to American cops??

Wheres the logic in this OP?
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August 20, 2016, 11:31:24 AM
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Hmmm Boiling people alive,Beheadings,Throwing people off buildings,Burning alive......You compare ISIS to American cops??

Wheres the logic in this OP?

When ISIS does something like the OP story, it is expected. If ISIS doesn't do it, you bless your lucky stars or whatever god you call on.

Years ago cops would rescue cats stuck in trees. It was the picture of your helpful peace officer public servant. When a cop does something like the OP story, it is totally unexpected. You are shocked and dismayed. If you had ever thought a cop would do something like this to you, you would have gone a different route, like through ISIS territory.

Damage expected compared with damage done. In America you are supposed to be considered innocent until proven guilty. In ISIS territory, Islam almost considers you guilty for not saying enough prayers to a false god.

Google "police brutality" and look at cops playing ISIS all over the place. And if you think ISIS people are bad all the time, even ISIS does good deeds among their own people.

And to make it worse, government lets the cop go back to work rather than sit and rot in jail until the investigation is over. If there had been no video, it there had been no streaming to Facebook, you might have been able to give the cop the benefit of the doubt.

Question. Do you like being part of of natural born American killer ISIS-like cop group?

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August 20, 2016, 02:51:26 PM
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Hmmm Boiling people alive,Beheadings,Throwing people off buildings,Burning alive......You compare ISIS to American cops??

Wheres the logic in this OP?

Perhaps a poor attempt to downplay the atrocities committed by the ISIS. If they can establish that the American Cops are as worse as the ISIS, then no one can question their support for the terrorist group. They will say: If you can support the cops without any issue, then what is the problem in someone else supporting the ISIS?


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August 20, 2016, 04:28:09 PM
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Hmmm Boiling people alive,Beheadings,Throwing people off buildings,Burning alive......You compare ISIS to American cops??

Wheres the logic in this OP?

Perhaps a poor attempt to downplay the atrocities committed by the ISIS. If they can establish that the American Cops are as worse as the ISIS, then no one can question their support for the terrorist group. They will say: If you can support the cops without any issue, then what is the problem in someone else supporting the ISIS?


Some American cops would be worse than ISIS. They just happen to be shrewder, and more self-contained. See the start of the below story at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1247629.0.


No Justice for Jack Yantis: The "Smoking Gun" is a Bloody Bullet





Sherlock Holmes chides the indifferently attentive Inspector Martin of the Norfolk Constabulary, in "The Adventure of the Dancing Men."

Critical evidence will sometimes evade the notice of an inattentive or inept investigator because he is not looking for it. When that evidence has been found, documented, and then ignored by the investigator, something worse than incompetence – most likely malice or corruption -- is at work. This is true of what Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden calls "the most critical piece of physical evidence" in the officer-inflicted homicide of Jack Yantis, a rancher from Council who was slaughtered by two Adams County sheriff's deputies last November 1.

That crucial piece of evidence was a "spent shell casing" in Yantis's rifle, along with what was described as a .20 caliber bullet found in the middle of the scene.Sherlock Holmes chides the indifferently attentive Inspector Martin of the Norfolk Constabulary, in "The Adventure of the Dancing Men."


Read what really happened at http://freedominourtime.blogspot.com/2016/08/no-justice-for-jack-yantis-smoking-gun.html.


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August 21, 2016, 07:44:19 AM
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ISIS attracts sadists who are willing to leave behind their life in order to torture others. This cop is basically a very scared little girl who got really nervous and couldn't handle his emotions, and should have never taken a job as cop in the 1st place.

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August 21, 2016, 07:53:18 AM
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nearly every time one of these blacks gets shot it turns out the police had a good reason once all the facts are known

Was there a good reason this time? There's nothing more annoying than when people go out and protest for criminals, with long criminal records who ended up dead because they chose to fight against the cops trying to arrest them, just because they are of the same race, but this guy seemed like such a nice hard working guy. And he's dead because he calmly complied, letting the officer know that he was reaching for his wallet, but the Cop was just too scared. You remind me of the cop who shot him, because his fear of the unknown caused him to entered the situation in such a petrified state that caused him to panic.

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August 21, 2016, 11:50:53 AM
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ISIS attracts sadists who are willing to leave behind their life in order to torture others. This cop is basically a very scared little girl who got really nervous and couldn't handle his emotions, and should have never taken a job as cop in the 1st place.

According to the latest stats, some 1.1 million individuals are employed in various state and local law enforcement agencies in the United States. You can't use a few isolated incidents to generalize the entire group. Due to the presence of some ethnic groups which are prone to criminality, the cops are always under pressure in the US.


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