A Tale of Two Police Officers

The first Police Officer is a 26-year veteran of the department, with an excellent record.  This Police Officer made a traffic stop, of a vehicle with expired license tabs.  When the Officer ran the plates through the criminal justice database, the Officer discovered that the driver of the vehicle had an outstanding arrest warrant for assault, and carrying a firearm.  The Officer then got out of the squad car to speak with the driver.  A few minutes later, after the driver had worked himself loose from the handcuffs being applied, and gotten back into the vehicle to flee, the Police Officer shot him with her gun, while shouting “I’ll tase you, I’ll tase you!”  This Officer will be charged with Second-degree Manslaughter.  This Officer’s name and photo is all over the news, everywhere, and riots, burning, and looting are occurring all over the country, in support of the criminal victim.

The second Police Officer was present at a “riot” (also described in all of the Press as an “armed insurrection”).  The Officer, in the middle of a crowd of trespassers, shot and killed a “rioter”, while said rioter was standing near a window.  The person who was killed was a Veteran, with no criminal record of any kind, and was not engaging in any kind of destruction, nor was the person armed with any kind of weapon.  Due to “lack of sufficient evidence”, this Police Officer will not be charged with any crime.  This Officer has not been identified in the press, and no riots, looting, or burning are taking place in support of the innocent victim.

Do you need much more evidence that there are two classes of Police Officers in America these days?  The 26-year veteran of the Brooklyn Center, Minnesota Police Department resigned, along with the chief of police; her picture is all over the press, the criminal victim is being idolized by the Black Lives Matter Marxist supporters, and cities are being burned and looted in support of the criminal, Daunte Wright.

The Capital Police Officer who shot the innocent demonstrator in Washington, DC on January 6 has not in any way been identified in the media, and will not be charged with any crime for shooting to death the innocent Veteran, Ashli Babbitt.  The Officer obviously has the full support of the DemocRats who now run the “Justice” Department, or he would have been identified before this.  The Officer must be kept from the opprobrium from conservatives, that would come forth if he were identified.

More of this kind of thing is coming, as the BLM thugs ruin cities all over America the minute a police officer shoots any black criminal for any reason.  Most of these kinds of shootings are also taking place in large cities run by…you guessed it…DemocRats.  With no consequences, no pushback by the poor black citizens who are mostly the ones victimized by the welfare state.  Those people keep electing the governments who have kept them in poverty for decades.  With the mostly-white City Councils calling for “defunding the police”, those poor blacks are calling for more police presence in their neighborhoods, not less.  This situation cannot end well.

3 thoughts on “A Tale of Two Police Officers

  1. Anonymous

    What is particularly upsetting is the lynch mob mentality on display when a policeman is involved. A concerted effort to teach their kids not to resist arrest would do wonders.

  2. Flicker

    I wonder if she was newly reassigned to the field after years behind a desk. It is a matter of great speculation how she could mistake a loaded pistol for a lighter yellow plastic gun, unless (1) she was inexperienced about using the two, and differentiating them, or (2) unless she wasn’t used to the stress and focusing with adrenaline pumping. She clearly KNEW what to do from a classroom point of view, and yelled Taser! Taser! Taser!, but she didn’t know how to make sure she grabbed the taser.

    Either way, I really feel for this officer (and some say she should be prosecuted) but other officers have shot people carrying coke bottles or cell phones or some such, which appeared to be guns and shot and killed them and got off. This was the equivalent of turning right in traffic when you meant to be turning left, or hitting the accelerator when you meant to be hitting the brake.

    I wasn’t premeditated like the officer who waited for the right moment and then shot Ashli Babbit. And I think 10 years is an awfully long time in jail for a mistake.

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