Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Appalled!

     Appalled-  greatly dismayed or horrified.  synonyms; horrified, shocked, dismayed, distressed, outraged, scandalized.
                                       -Google dictionary

     Nancy Vaughn was "appalled".  "It was ugly.  It was brutal.  It was completely unnecessary".  What manner of devastation was our Mayor describing?  It was the Body Worn Camera footage of a breaking and entering suspect who was resisting arrest.  It was a suspect that had been observed and reported by his mother's neighbors for using a shovel to pry open his mother's garage door to steal from her yet again because he no longer had a key and had been banned from her residence.  It was a career criminal that has an extensive  record of lying, deceiving, resisting and stealing.
     "It was ugly"?  How?  There was no blood, no use of force, no death and the only thing close to an injury was to one of the officers.
     "It was brutal"?  How?  No disfigurement.  No weapons used.  The guy resisted to the end and certainly was not helpless.
     "It was unnecessary"?  Is it not necessary to arrest suspects that are attempting to break into someone else's property?
     What it was Mayor Vaughn is a lot of emoting on your part to ingratiate yourself to the opportunistic antagonizers in this city so that you may continue your charade as an effective leader.  Over and over again your new found "liberal-ness" has trumped any semblance of common sense you may or may not possess simply because you love being an elected official.  Your very obvious political "left turn" the past 15 years has come at the expense of our city and all of the numbers in the most recent Development and Trend report confirms it.  But it's your willingness to throw law enforcement under the bus to appease and impress your buddies that you somehow perceive are necessary to placate to remain Mayor that has me "appalled".
     An officer was shot last week.  More than that, my friend Justin was shot last week.  Justin was doing his job.  The suspect was attempting to avoid Justin from detecting that he was feloniously breaking the law.  The suspect attempted to flee.  The suspect attempted to resist physically.  The suspect then shot my friend Justin.  Our Mayor offered a fairly generic statement;

  "On behalf of the City of Greensboro, our prayers and well wishes go out to the officers and their families for a full and speedy recovery".

Generic, impersonal, cold, emotionless.  She couldn't even call the officers by their last name.  It was almost as if she was a bit disappointed that she couldn't find a reason to somehow deflect blame from the suspect and had to live with the fact that the officer had a right to defend himself from being shot at.  Then, her tone changed as she continued;

  "In addition we would also like to recognize that another family is grieving and we send out our prayers and support to them as well'.

Make no mistake about it, there are people in Greensboro that are almost desperate for an officer involved shooting to occur in this city.  It throws a monkey wrench into their agenda though when the officer gets shot first.  At some point, one of our local opportunistic antagonists will try to portray this incident as being the officer's fault.  The Mayor will once again go out of her way to appease.
     Where is the condemnation of the felonious act of shooting a police officer?  Where is the outrage or "appalling" comments about a suspect who demonstrated every dangerous trait a criminal can possess?  Quite frankly, I am appalled that "sympathies" for a convicted felon that shoots an officer in an attempt to kill him is given equal billing by who is supposed to be the "leader" of the city.  There certainly is no such equal billing when she perceives the officer is wrong; only apologies and resolutions against officers.  My friend Justin did his job.  He was courageous in doing it.  He also has to live with it.  Statements from city leaders that give equal billing to a criminal that tried to kill him is not very encouraging.
     As for ugly, brutal and unnecessary I agree on "unnecessary".  It was unnecessary for Dejuan Yourse to try to break into his mother's house, again!  It was unnecessary for him to resist arrest.  However, make no mistake about it; the arrest was absolutely necessary.  Yourse completely controlled how the arrest went down.  There is also one indisputable fact.  Dejuan Yourse is 100% responsible for his interaction with Officers Cole and Jackson that day.  The officers did not put him at his mother's house and plant in him the intent to break in and steal from his mother.  The officers did not collaborate with his mother's neighbors and say "give Dejuan a shovel and call us when he gets to the garage".  Breaking into houses, refusing to get out of the road or choking a child; the police rarely get there before you do it.  Yet, our Mayor and majority of our council genuflect to the whims of antagonists and continue to enable excuse making and creating an environment where taking personal responsibility for criminal decisions goes without consequence.  
     I have been asked by folks on both sides of this issue what I might have done differently were I the responding officer.  Without actually being there and in the situation I can only speculate.  I believe that approaching Mr. Yourse, seeing the shovel and knowing the call details I would have handcuffed him almost immediately for an investigative detention.  Given what we know from the video and what we now know about his record, I believe that I would have been in a physical struggle with Yourse almost immediately.  From the beginning of that video, Yourse knew he was caught.  When he  perceived the conversation with the officers was about to end in his arrest he immediately started looking for an escape route.  Dejuan Yourse was going to fight ANY officer that tried to arrest him that day.  It just happened to be Officers Cole and Jackson.
     I am appalled too.  I'm appalled that this Mayor, City Council and City Manager have consistently and successfully succumbed to pressure for criminal charges to be dropped on these suspects before they are adjudicated.  None of them are qualified to make judgments on criminal violations or even to interpret what they are seeing on a police video.  They have very much assisted the media in enhancing the atmosphere regarding the mistrust of the police.
     I am appalled that Dejuan Yourse and Rufus Scales continue to be portrayed as innocent victims and Officer Travis Cole continues to be vilified even after he has left the Department.  Councilperson Sharon Hightower requested that "the charges on Yourse be "expunged" so that people won't see them in his criminal record".  No problem Sharon; he had over 50 felony arrests on his record before Officers Cole and Jackson responded to his criminal behavior and even more since.  We will hardly notice these wrongly dismissed charges between all of his convictions and recent felonious acts; like choking an infant child.  Those who continue to insist Officer Cole is somehow a "racist" because of his unfortunate luck of the draw with these two criminals do not like it when you point out the FACT that Officer Cole received a life saving award for assisting a person of color. He has a history of assisting citizens of all races even giving of his own time and money for projects such as repainting an elderly lady's mailbox after she was the victim of graffiti vandalism.  Not that it matters but yes she was African American.  Heaven forbid the Mayor, Council, Manager and media err on the side of "thoroughness" and report mitigating factors to go with their embellished aggravating ones.  I guess they believe the man lived despite Officer Cole's actions.  I suppose the break on a felony charge that Officer Cole gave Rufus Scales at the jail shouldn't count either.
     I am appalled that we have lost two good, young officers because our council chose to support and even pay two criminals with histories of deception, choosing to believe their portrayal and those second and third hand renditions of antagonists with agendas over two police officers with no criminal history.  Due to their actions and refusal to move on from this incident the media continues to attack these officers though they no longer work with the city.  News accounts of the recent arrests of both Yourse and Scales automatically and predictably contained references to Officers Cole and Jackson though neither officer had any involvement in their arrests.  Common denominator; Yourse and Scales.
     I am appalled that the Council and even the Police Department add fuel to the fire with ridiculous "resolutions" calling for the revoking of Officer Cole's certification.  These "resolutions" are a waste of time and amount to nothing more than political grandstanding.  The Council obviously does not know the required criteria for Training and Standards to revoke a law enforcement officer's certification.  The Police Department SHOULD and should have known that their "resolution" was weak, worthless and displayed to the working officers a loyalty to outside forces over their own.
     I am appalled that those who call for "transparency" only call for the BWC video that they want to see.  How about the video of Yourse's mother thanking officers for stopping her "son" from breaking into her house again!  Transparency is not a one way street.
     I am appalled that their is no investigation into the administrative leak that has fed confidential  information to Sharon Hightower and Lewis Pitts.  Pitts openly opines about "protecting his courageous whistle blower".  His source is obviously within the upper administration, is a coward with an agenda and hides behind the safe haven of anonymity.  If this "source" had information that was accurate and damning he should fear no reprisal from this council and Mayor as they have demonstrated a gutless determination above and beyond to bastardize the Police Department and its' officers and take the side of radicals and extremists.  Yet, no investigation and no information corroborating any of Pitts claims.  Is the Police Department and City Council afraid of the results of an investigation into how and who is involved in illegally releasing confidential employee information?
     Finally, Mayor Vaughn concluded her "appalled" comments this way;

  "This is not the city I want to be Mayor of".

Agreed.  I don't want you to be Mayor anymore either.  Your actions and allegiances the past few years have been "Appalling"!

             
   

100 comments:

  1. A special thank you to A chief who appologizes on behalf of the entire department to an obvious criminal and his family!!!! SPIT!!!!!

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    1. How dare he apologise when one of his thug storm troopers uses his badge to escape criminal charges for beating up a member of the public, FOR SHAME.

      Moron

      Whiny, racist thugs with a license to commit crimes.

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  2. You are a bitchy, crybaby who needs a daiper change. Police are thin skinned whiners, waaahhhh, waaaahhhhhhh WAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!!

    They don't support cops who kill people, they don't support cops who kill................ Take your boo hooing to someone who gives a shit.


    It is CRYSTAL clear that the "suspect" was acting in self defense against the police terrorist who ended up murdering him moments later.

    I will give a shit about cops getting shot as soon as you acknowledge that way too many people are killed BY police.

    In other words, until you admit black lives matter (with a statement of public support and a large CASH donation), then blue lives DON'T MEAN SHIT.

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  3. Marc Ridgill, police stooge and resident dick licker for the Greensboro Police Officer's Association. Not a shred of scruples, dignity, class, intelligence. Devoid of critical thinking skills. That encapsulates ridgill to the max. You are as useless as Donald "grab em by the pussy" trump.

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  4. Here is another thing for you to be appalled at.

    Case dismissed

    Fuckface.

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  5. Marc since you have not posted a blog about the other nights 3 ring circus, I wanted to touch on many things I plan to blast. But, first and foremost is to our own troubled person. You do not have the legal or civil right to interfere with police applying force. I went through my concealed handgun course about a month ago, and you would be opening yourself not only to huge criminal consequences, but also civil litigation that would give most people a heart attack. By no means do I wish harm upon anyone, but you have opened yourself up and can now be considered by what state statute calls "a person's reputation by statement or known past".

    Furthermore, I will speak for myself and other 2nd Amendment followers, that if we see an officer attacked by a citizen, direct action as allowed by statute will take place.

    please stay tuned for more

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    1. Only a stooge for the system would demonize efforts to PREVENT violence by police. The 2nd amendment never mentions felons either but yet we have all that illegal gun control in place anyway.

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    2. Are you that occupy wall St. snitch Chris Stella?

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  6. True Patriot, I have been away for a bit. Which three ring circus are you referring to? Does it have anything to do with Nelson Johnson's latest "victim"?

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  7. As a person who is as close to law as you; I think your comment reference 2nd amendment and felons is particularly short sighted. If you know how the Constitution and laws are set up, the federal govt, states, and local governments may be more stringent that what the Constitution states. Such as this backwards state; the Volstead Act was repealed in 1920, but states and local governments can still prohibit alcohol. So your comparison about felons and the 2nd amendment does not hold water.

    Second part to your short sighted post, is you appear to believe in mob rule, as apparent by your outlandish behavior at this weeks meeting. There is a reason we have checks and balances in government. You and your rabble rousers want the city counsel to bully the d.a.'s office. But as you know they cannot, why? Checks and balances prevent mob rule. Also, i do not believe a police officer should go unfettered in use of force. But, it is up to the court system to deal with those issues. You as a citizen do not represent the state in any capacity when it comes to police conduct. Therefore, any act against an officer you may deem justified is going to put you back in prison. Just a fact.

    So i will await your response, which i am sure will relate to citizens review board.

    ALL LIVES MATTER! especially my own

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    1. I do not represent the state. I represent the people abused by the state.

      Historically cops have a free pass with the courts. What is an actual remedy vs the theoretic one in the courts?

      I refuse to say that the lives of white supremacists matter.

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    2. Representing? I am sure you mean in a support role not as an attorney.

      As the free pass comment, again look to statute and case law when it refers to use of force by police and a citizen. There is a reason again, we as a society do not submit to mob rule, well except certain subversive groups, is because there is law to back police. I know you were at the meeting when the GPOA was talking so I am going to refrain from restating the obvious.

      But hey we agree on something, white supremacist lives don't matter, neither do black, asian, slavic, or any other self identified group matters. Life matters to me equally as long as their actions do not place their own twisted beliefs in front of other groups.

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    3. Black people are owed reparations for slavery. You oppose the repayment of tortured people.

      They only gave out a few acres and even fewer mules. They have been lied to and repressed for centuries

      Payback is loooooonnnnngggg overdue

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    4. Police place their lives over the people they allege to "protect" every single day. You oppose my outrage over that one

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    5. Well I want you to give me my reparations for my ancestors who were sold into slavery by their own people. Since you are white, I want reparations from you. When can I get them? There is a lot of interest due.

      I know officers protect, I have also commented on other threads that there are bad apples in ever profession, especially our city counsel who some are so racially motivated they sound like fools.

      But how many rapes, shootings, stabbings, robberies, burglaries are committed every day by non police (minus those two pinheads may they rot in jail for their crimes). Can you give an educated and well though out answer?

      My personal opinion is the moment you get some mental health treatment, and I will be happy to refer you to my doctor, the moment you will have a moment of clarity. Then you also may stop living vicariously through others making yourself feel like a victim

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    6. The reparations should be paid by the descendants of those barons and slave owners, the ones who still have the money to this day.

      You keep naming crimes of poverty (with the possible exception of rape) as examples of why we need police brutality instead of addressing the lazy moocher billionaire causing the poverty with low wages.

      Do you often blame abuse victims for their abuse??? What you are saying is if everybody lived in perfect land and OBEYED police nobody would be murdered or assaulted by cops. In other words obey us or die.

      So when a cop unconstitutionally tells you to stop filming them just OBEY, give up your civil rights voluntarily, why even have them with that attitude. When they want to search you without probable cause, just let em, yeah no problem. Unreasonable search and what?????

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    7. You areway off base on what I said. Please re-read and quit talking in circles. I NEVER ONCE BLAMED THE VICITM. I simply asked wht are you not outraged by the sensless crimes which happen everyday?

      And again you throw out legalese like a prison lawyer, and as always make no point.

      I refrain from personal attacks and try to have a civil discussion. You sir cannot bring yourself to do such a noble thing. Please send me an message so I can get you help

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    8. I am outraged by the poverty and wealth inequality that caused the crime problem to begin with.

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    9. So what caused you to commit your crime? poverty, wealth inequality, greed, lust, lack of decent morals??

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    10. That is unrelated to the street crime that was the subject at hand.



      Stay on topic moron.

      Grabbing em by the pussy denotes a lack of morals too. You thought THAT sex offender was presidential material

      Hypocritical idiot

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    11. Actually you brought up rape and he was never accused of doing grabbing them by the vagina, nor was he ever convicted.

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    12. Learn to read fuckface. YOU brought rape up.

      Who needs a conviction we can prove he admitted to doing it.

      His money is responsible for his clean record. NOT his scrupulousness or ethics.

      Money buys alot of freedom in this rigged system that you love.

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    13. You keep naming crimes of poverty (with the possible exception of rape) as examples of why we need police brutality instead of addressing the lazy moocher billionaire causing the poverty with low wages.

      Which was your quote mine was in generality of crimes committed.

      Well actually you need a victim who presses charges, which we never had in this case, unlike Bill Clinton. Come on you should know how the process works first hand!

      And what are you saying, if you had money you would not have been charged or convicted?

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    14. With enough money you can buy your way out of anything.

      There are women who were under 18 when they said that trump wanted to grab them by or see their pussy

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    15. Actually I specifically asking you and your case. Do you think money would have bought your way out?

      Who are these under 18 women? Are you getting your news from facebook or twitter? Oh, never mind it is still against the law for you to be on social media platforms such as those. This summer when the supreme court finally decides maybe, highly doubtful you will be able to.

      But again where did you get information about these women? show me the facts

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    16. My personal life is none of your concern. Money makes charges disappear are you naive enough to dispute that?

      There is a recording aired on national tv of the orange racist saying how he would just walk in on the dressing room at the miss teen USA pageant and see nude teen girls. Google it.

      Who needs a court case. His own voice is all the proof I need.


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    17. Yes there was a tape of him saying something, but no one ever filed a criminal complaint.

      And I will delve into your personal life. You throw rocks inside glass houses. How dare you act holey than thou when you talk about sex abuse. Does that touch a nerve? Does it make you angry?

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    18. excuse me i made a typo...holier than thou

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    19. Filing a criminal complaint against a billionaire is as useless as you opposing black liberation.

      Sex offenders and child abusers who go unpunished because of their badges offend me.
      You have just admitted to making your repeating comments for the purpose of annoying and harassing me. The last time I read the statute for cyberstalking............

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    20. Actually, you missed an important part of the cyber stalking statute..

      The statute provides that the offenses don’t to apply to any peaceable, nonviolent, or nonthreatening activity intended to express political views or to provide lawful information to others. G.S. 14-196.3(e). Also, the offenses may not be construed to impair any constitutionally protected activity, including speech, protest, or assembly

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    21. Under what you just said a certain murdering drug addicted unlawfully filed a warrant.

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    22. unlawfully, how so? but you also violated state law by being on a social media platform correct?

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    23. It is NEVER illegal to criticize the government.

      Criminal charges were unconstitutional

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  8. Marc, for an odd reason I tried to reply to your question within the thread, but it would not allow me. However, yes the latest "victim". Especially, when the mother speaks and blame the police for her childs injuries, contrary to what the nelson, pitts, and everyone else has claimed.

    Second the person I believe who has a limited wardrobe, ran his mouth not only at the podium, but in the audience. Speaking over others, when it suited him

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    1. Yup wanting to stop all that police violence. What a sack of garbage I am. You want the people to sit idly by when city leaders sell us out to satisfy the police union. Ill get right on that. Sure thing.

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  9. How is distrupting others trying to speak sitting idly by? As you heard as well as everyone one else in the room heard the city attorney stating no organization by statute can have direct influence upon city policy. As you have the freedom to speak your mind so does everyone else. As with the city workers union (shout out to them!) They organized an are pushing for change, in the manner it should be.

    What i would love you and your friends to do is to discuss what the citizens of this city are doing to stop the murders and rampant drug problem. Those are real issues to me. After the poor young man at 4 seasons mall was gunned down in broad daylight, i stopped shopping there. But did your circle of fire condemn that, or the young man who was shot and run over last week? No, you did not and until you and everyone takes a pause and look at the big picture, the angry misleading, self serving, short sighted tirades will never end.

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    1. When what they are saying goes against the interests of the people in the room, they are obligated to speak up. Certain members are nothing more than mouthpieces for the GPOA they could care less what black people have to say about how their precious police are treating them.

      If you want to fix all that street crime you have to get tough on those lazy moocher billionaires who are hogging all the money through laws that they bribed politicians to write. BTW this will get YOU more money too. To the billionaire classes we are ALL peasants, they want to influence laws and public policy to maximise profit.

      Case in point, the YUGE morons who think that an orange racist who has been sued hundreds of times for shitty labor practices is somehow going to make the lives of those SAME workers any better.

      We have a poverty problem which causes the crime problem, study some sociology. We need to liberate the stolen money from the oligarchs and give it back to the people the oligarchs sucked it from to begin with.

      You would be better off too, but keep licking the boot on your neck, peasant. Charles Koch likes it that way

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  10. Again, mob rule does not work nor is it what our country is about. If you want that move away to another country....say France.

    As it stands I am not a billionaire, but i am well above the national average income wise. I grew up dirt poor in another state, we were on welfare. But my family taught me right from wrong and when I messed up I got my tail whooped. Then I enlisted, got my degree and now I help others in this county and abroad. Just because a person is rich doesn't make them moochers as you say, but embrace the ideals of our capitalist system. Yes I know you are socialist and think everyone should support you and your ilk. That is the true cause of poverty and crime, people looking for free handouts and when they don't get their way they turn to crime. You cannot blame the rich for societies ills, just like you cannot blame the sun for removing the moon

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    1. In other words your privileged existence has skewed your perspective to the point you forget where you would be without welfare.

      To clarify, a rich person (think the wal-mart walton crime family) who makes more than 10 times than their lowest paid worker (who is in poverty) that DEFINES lazy moochers.

      What "ilk" of people are you dehumanizing when you call them moochers?

      Capitalism is a collapsing pyramid scheme, the lower class have NO wealth, the middle class is almost gone and so it has to feed of higher and higher classes. When the upper middle class bourgeois starts to feel the pinch it will be too late.

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  11. True Patriot, I did not see the council meeting but am aware of the "victim". As well as his criminal history and his mother's enabling. And if watkins is involved, no progress is possible. He just likes to attract attention. Good points in your above discussion by the way

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    1. One day he might realize that he and those like him are what led to Trumps election

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    2. No progress is possible with a police group like the GPOA bullying city council, threatening lawsuits if they expose police corruption.Every time a cop screws up its "personnel law" that keeps the public from knowing the full extent of police misconduct and the slipshod way they "investigator" each other.

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    3. We know it was NOT more votes that got him "elected" that's for sure.

      White supremacy and sheer stupidity tricked 3 million fewer voters and somehow Mr Tinyhands still manages to grab america by the pussy.

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  12. Experiment time.....the sky is blue

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  13. Tell me how white supremacy got our President elected, would you say the same thing of She whos names shall not be named, got elected?

    You may want to stop trying to suck up to us black citizens, it makes you look like a complete and utter fool.

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    1. You are Ben Carson "black". I admire huey Newton black

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    2. Trump has the support of every hate group in the southern poverty law center roster. He made em scard of them thare Mexicans n mooslams.

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    3. When Obama banned people from Iran and Carter did the same but against people of Islamic faith did you pitch a fit?

      I am not scared of muslims. I am scared of crazy islamic terrorist and extremest. They are a plague upon our way of life.

      As for Muslims, there are so many different sub groups of Muslims. Not all come from the Middle East. There are many who come from Slavic countries. Do you remember the Yugoslavian war?

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    4. Anyone who believes in an invisible Man in the sky is a bit screwy in my book

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  14. Ah a white man telling a black man how he should act or who he should be like, white supremacy much? bigot much?

    How do they support him? NAMBLA supports a certain group, does that mean you are in support of them? Thank about that for a moment

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  15. That is a meaningless distraction from your uncle tomery.

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  16. No it is not meaningless distraction. You brought up a point to indicate that our President was supported by certain groups.

    I was giving you a comparison to think about when making such an assumption

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    1. Look up all those kkk fir trump rallies then deny he has the white supremacist vote.

      And YOU an alleged "black" person voted for him. How many other things do you agree with the kkk on?

      That's the uncle tomery I was referring to

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    2. to quote you... That is a meaningless distraction

      Amazing you cannot even admit your own biases

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    3. What bias. According to all the black people I assoiate with say that all black conservatives ate subservient traitors

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    4. Again there is an implicit bias, the new buzz word I have seen. Are the black people you associate with the same ones who show up at the meetings who attempt to make a mountain from a mole hill?

      Such white privilege you spew. Also, I love the generality to make yourself look good "the black people I associate with". I am glad you didn't do the normal "my black friends"

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    5. Black people who do not support black liberation are harmful to humanity. Hows that boot taste?

      Like uncle Clarence Thomas opposition to affirmative action even though that's how he got into school.

      Uncle Ben Carson likes to minimize the horrors of slavery of his own people.

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    6. You also misused the term white privelage. Get back to me when you have a clue.

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  17. I also found two interesting pages you should visit. please get some help, I plead to you from one human to another

    http://www.greensboro-nc.gov/index.aspx?page=1973

    https://groups.psychologytoday.com/rms/prof_results.php?state=NC&spec=166

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    1. Should I take lobotomol to help me lick the boot on my neck too?

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    2. I am just trying to help you deal with some deep seeded anger issues. The other day at the meeting I thought you were about to have a massive stroke or m.i.

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    3. So now you are a mental health professional?

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    4. No I told you much earlier today, I would be happy to refer you to my doctor. We all have issues we have to face, sometimes you cannot see what your issues are until you have a person who is not in your comfort level. So no I am not a mental health professional, but I can see you are having problems. No matter what our conflicting beliefs may be and our constant barbs. You are a human and so am I. I think that if I feel someone may need help to say to them, please help yourself.

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    5. Help me to have a delusional attitude like yours about race? I dont think so.

      You wanted to give the cops a medal for beating up that kid. I and other moral people object to police terror.

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    6. When did I mention anything about a medal? I object to police brutality, when there is actual proof of such violence. As it has been said I believe many times on here; use of force is not pretty.

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    7. Adults beating up 15 year old kids is NEVER ok.

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    8. Adults touching 11 year old kids is NEVER OKAY EITHER; didn't stop you

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    9. Cops didnt go to jail. See the difference?

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    10. cops who break the law and get convicted do. Just like everyone else.

      You being the convicted and registered pedophile should know the difference between being accused and being sentenced

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    11. Furthermore, the law allows law enforcement, peace officers, and the like to use force. Look it up, educate yourself, quit throwing out wild baseless allegations. And for everyone's sake get a new shirt

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    12. What about convicted child pornagrapher Corey Daniel?

      No sex offender list for him.

      Pedophile Donald trump has also made comments about a then 12 year old Paris Hilton

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    13. you still have not provided the information on Corey Daniel, because I cannot find any.

      Making comments is one thing. But having sex with an 11 year old boy when you were 26 years old is another topic. You talk about doing and knowing right from wrong. You have never proved yourself from doing just that.

      To use a comparison based upon what you spewed... if i see you doing anything with a child, I will ask you to stop, then i will take action

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    14. I dont owe you any explanation for my personal life. I could care less about your cheap repeative single subject insults. Your opinion would have to double in relevance for me to consider it even to be tripe.

      Your chances of seeing me commit any crime is about as likely as you donating 50k to black lives matter. More unrealistic horseshit.

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  18. Police didnt beat thst kid up. A rival gang did before the police got there.

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    1. What other gang besides the gpd was there? And cops did beat him up AFTER the group of kids did. I hope you aren't repeating the police lie that Jose was is in a gang.

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  19. I know the kid and his mother. Most SROs do. You werent there. Neither was mom.

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    1. And the cops and prosecutors are working VERY hard to keep the video swept under the rug. The prosecutors gave the idiotic argument that they were "protecting him" by refusing him the ability to have the public see for themselves. I was there for that rigged farce of a court hearing.

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  20. As usual you know nothing. This one I know the facts and on and you are dead wrong. He does affiliate with gangs, has a criminal history of this stuff and said himself he was beaten by a gang before the police arrived. The way he runs his mouth is why he gets into these altercations. Johnson sees $$$ signs again.

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    1. If what you say is true why hide the video?

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    2. From my understanding the video was released in compliance with the current state law. The public does not have the implicit right or privilege to see anything they want; especially when it involves juveniles. From what I have read, juvenile photos etc cannot be released to the public

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    3. With excuses like that do you see why people like me want EVERY use of force to be scrutinized by attorneys for civil rights violations

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  21. Again, you are so misguided about how use of force are examined. Supreme court ruled that uses of force are not to be judge with 20/20 hindsight...and that is just part. so your suggestion is unjustified, goes against the law, and down right ignorant

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    1. Any old excuse will do.

      You confuse the law with what is right and wrong. I had hoped you you were smart enough to know the difference

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  22. So established law is an excuse now? Yes there is right from wrong, but it is not for you to determine as you loudly declared at the podium. I know you are looking for your Bernie Sander's way of making money. Therefor, you challenge and threaten police with violence so you can cry victim.

    It amazing that you handful of people think you represent the citizens of the city. Hell you don't even know most of the residents of this city. You do not attend self help or charity functions. I do and I have never seen your face there. I have passed your picture out for parents to keep their children away.

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    1. Its a shame you hide YOUR face.

      If you passed out my picture you used the registry to harass someone you just admitted does not go to the places you are claiming to "protect "

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  23. Did I say where I passed your picture? Did I ever mention where your picture comes from? No, I did not. I will tell you I passed your picture out to the families in my neighborhood and your picture came from screen shots from counsel meetings.

    And being aware of potential threats is smart not harassment.

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    1. In addition, you proved my point; you do not represent anyone except yourself and your self serving socialist ideas

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    2. Self serving socialist ooooohhhhhh a paradox.

      The whole point of socialism is to put the needs of society over the wants of rich elite.

      I think you read the book by Groucho Marx instead of Karl marx

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  24. Marc, God Bless you and God Bless our great and fairly elected President Trump. Most of all God bless The United States of America. The country where one can express their opinions, one of the many freedoms I swore to protect when I was in the military. Even though I disagree with Brian, I will fight to the death to fight for his right to spew his opinion, unless it is violent against a person, entity, or our great country.

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    1. Luckily preventing police violence is none of what you described

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  25. And the winner is by a TKO .. True Patriot

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    1. Yes, the winner of the biggest apologist for racism and police brutality True Patriot.

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  26. Giant racist makes another racist statement. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/bill-oreilly-mocks-maxine-waters-hair_us_58da8e3ee4b037bd82caa453?

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  27. I told you I was monitoring you,

    STOP DELETING PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

    RACIST FUCKWAD.

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  28. A child's future is on the line and the clock is ticking. Please join us in supporting Tamara and Jose. Here are several ways YOU can help in the next two weeks.


    Which items on the list can you commit to do right now?


    1) Sign the petition to City Council to say that you believe Jose Charles should not face ongoing legal prosecution about an incident that is currently under review by the City of Greensboro -- and that City Council should move quickly to view the body-worn camera video of the assault on Jose, as they already voted to do. Here is the link you need.


    2) Recruit five friends to sign the petition: Send personal messages, texts and e-mail to specific people, share the petition link on social media, and forward it through e-mail: https://actionnetwork.org/petitions/city-council-watch-the-video-do-your-part-to-stay-jose-charles-prosecution?source=direct_link&


    3) Attend our "Plug-In" meeting THIS Saturday 4/1 from 10am-12noon at Faith Community Church/Beloved Community Center (417 Arlington St.) to learn more about this case and find out how you can get involved. Children are welcome and we are working on setting up childcare.
    https://www.facebook.com/events/282956145471197/

    4) Attend City Council Tues. 4/4 at 4:45pm to Speak or Support. This is when we will deliver the petition and speakers from the floor will speak on the issues raised in the petition. E-mail us if you are willing to speak and we can help you prepare! Or just come attend and show support.

    5) Reply to this e-mail to sign-up to host a speaker in your home or at your community or faith group in the next few weeks.

    Thank you for standing for transparency and fairness,

    GSO OpT Core Team




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  29. We believe Jose Charles should not face ongoing legal prosecution based on an incident that is currently under review by the City of Greensboro. Greensboro City Council already voted to view the body-worn camera video of the assault on Jose after the PCRB process is complete but has not yet done so. Meanwhile, Jose still faces prosecution in court on May 11th, 2017.

    Tell City Council to: 1) direct the Police Chief to inform the DA that the factual basis for the charges are in dispute and require further review by the City before they can be justly pursued in court, in other words, that the prosecution of Jose Charles should therefore be stayed; 2) to use their authority to immediately take the steps necessary to follow through and see the footage right away. The City Council should be able to use same processes that allowed the Police Community Review Board (PCRB) to view it, and these processes should be put in motion right away; and 3) Charges should not be pursued against Jose Charles until City Council is satisfied that all reviews have been completed and City Council is morally satisfied there is a factual basis for prosecution.

    See recent News and Record article: http://www.greensboro.com/blogs/around_town/susan-ladd-council-should-move-immediately-to-view-bodycam-footage/article_ae956532-3a74-5f09-82fe-406b45ce86ac.html

    We believe it is completely unfair that Jose Charle's prosecution continues to hurtle forward, even while the incident itself is in question and under review.

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