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#155 - Oh I definitely understand, my uncle live in Houston haha. The… 12/19/2014 on Police Brutality +1
#149 - I always heard in an emergency situation to shoot for the cent…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/19/2014 on Police Brutality 0
User avatar #252 - azumeow (12/19/2014) [-]
"I always heard in an emergency situation to shoot for the center of mass if the cop is truly in danger. Given that they were literally feet away and his "gun" wasn't drawn, they would have had enough time to incapacitate him by shooting him elsewhere, like the shoulder or leg."

What is the femoral artery? What are extraordinarily important nerve groups in the shoulder? What is a majorly fractured collarbone?

You do not shoot legs, arms or shoulder because they are not viable targets. They will not incapacitate a target with any reliability in a life-or-death situation, and if a police officer is firing their weapon, they are under the impression that a life-or-death situation is present.
#157 - sexuality (12/19/2014) [-]
Yeah, there was a lot of wrong actions taken by almost everyone in the situation, except for the initial 911 caller, he was just being a good Samaritan.

The dispatcher was told the gun was probably fake, but she didn't tell the officers. The driver got way too close for comfort. The shooter shot, arguably, prematurely. The kid didn't put his hands up.

It was a whole lot of bad all mixed into one and a 12 year old died as a result.
#147 - I never heard the dispatcher ask for the race, but it probably…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/19/2014 on Police Brutality +2
#150 - sexuality (12/19/2014) [-]
Yeah, very true. I like that they're staying peaceful and consistent. I'm really unsure if it was race-related or not, but it was a horrendous show of police protocol, and I really hope something changes.

The fact that this kind of stuff keeps happening makes me really lose faith in the police force. I have family in the force and, in Houston at least, I haven't witnessed anything done badly by the police. But I'm also white, so, who knows? Texas isn't exactly famous for being racially tolerant haha.
User avatar #155 - lisreal (12/19/2014) [-]
Oh I definitely understand, my uncle live in Houston haha. There's just a lot of tension between the public and police it feels like (at least in Northeast Ohio), so the cops may be feeling on-edge, which is no excuse to act this way, but still. The media and so called "protesters" in Missouri don't help paint the image of police being the "good guys."
#118 - He definitely should have been prosecuted. Even shooting him w…  [+] (4 new replies) 12/19/2014 on Police Brutality +3
#131 - sexuality (12/19/2014) [-]
You literally just pointed out all the problems I have with the case.

My biggest thing is, if you truly believe the kid is out for blood, why put yourself DIRECTLY in front of him? You're just giving him an opportunity at a clean shot, ya know?

It was just a fucked up situation, honestly, the driver, the shooter, the kid, the dispatcher can all be seen as slightly at fault. I think the only truly responsible person in the entire thing was the 911 caller, who specifically said "it's probably fake".

Also, did you hear the dispatcher ask two different times "is he white or black?" that seemed really odd to me, but it might have been edited. I think something like that happened in the Zim Zam case?
User avatar #147 - lisreal (12/19/2014) [-]
I never heard the dispatcher ask for the race, but it probably was edited. I still question whether it was race fueled, since the cop who shot him was questionable to begin with.

It's like crying wolf. A lot of people blame this "police brutality" on race, but when it ACTUALLY involves race, it's hard to sift through, you know?

I am impressed with the protesters of Cleveland staying peaceful about it including the family. I live about an hour south and still saw some protesters here acting the same way. It makes me much take the case much more seriously and be respectful towards their cause. Even if Brown was somehow innocent, the people who "protested" by causing riots and destroying a town will only make his case look worse.
#150 - sexuality (12/19/2014) [-]
Yeah, very true. I like that they're staying peaceful and consistent. I'm really unsure if it was race-related or not, but it was a horrendous show of police protocol, and I really hope something changes.

The fact that this kind of stuff keeps happening makes me really lose faith in the police force. I have family in the force and, in Houston at least, I haven't witnessed anything done badly by the police. But I'm also white, so, who knows? Texas isn't exactly famous for being racially tolerant haha.
User avatar #155 - lisreal (12/19/2014) [-]
Oh I definitely understand, my uncle live in Houston haha. There's just a lot of tension between the public and police it feels like (at least in Northeast Ohio), so the cops may be feeling on-edge, which is no excuse to act this way, but still. The media and so called "protesters" in Missouri don't help paint the image of police being the "good guys."
#99 - I live in Northeast OH and saw this video at least a dozen tim…  [+] (6 new replies) 12/19/2014 on Police Brutality +9
#105 - sexuality (12/19/2014) [-]
Yeah, Brown is a whole other story. But #60 is just wrong and it seems like a lot of people think he's right and that's terrifying.

I'm just trying to get people to understand that he didn't go as far as pointing it at the police, and by linking sources I'm getting thumbed down because... well, I dunno.

Anyway, I appreciate you agreeing with me, and I'm sorry for the red thumbs you'll probably receive for it, but have mine.
User avatar #118 - lisreal (12/19/2014) [-]
He definitely should have been prosecuted. Even shooting him would have been justified if he really did point the gun at the cops. For one, the 911 recordings have witnesses saying they didn't know if the gun was real or not, but the operator relayed the information to police by just saying he had a gun. So the cops will have no thought in their mind upon arriving that the gun is a toy.

Second, the police drive STRAIGHT up to him. I get that he appeared to be an immediate danger, but shouldn't the police get out of the car first to be more agile on their feet?

Third, the cop seemed to shoot him immediately as they drove up, so the "he pointed at them" argument doesn't really work.

Believe me, I give cops the benefit of the doubt a lot of the time. This time in these circumstances, however, it just wasn't right.




#131 - sexuality (12/19/2014) [-]
You literally just pointed out all the problems I have with the case.

My biggest thing is, if you truly believe the kid is out for blood, why put yourself DIRECTLY in front of him? You're just giving him an opportunity at a clean shot, ya know?

It was just a fucked up situation, honestly, the driver, the shooter, the kid, the dispatcher can all be seen as slightly at fault. I think the only truly responsible person in the entire thing was the 911 caller, who specifically said "it's probably fake".

Also, did you hear the dispatcher ask two different times "is he white or black?" that seemed really odd to me, but it might have been edited. I think something like that happened in the Zim Zam case?
User avatar #147 - lisreal (12/19/2014) [-]
I never heard the dispatcher ask for the race, but it probably was edited. I still question whether it was race fueled, since the cop who shot him was questionable to begin with.

It's like crying wolf. A lot of people blame this "police brutality" on race, but when it ACTUALLY involves race, it's hard to sift through, you know?

I am impressed with the protesters of Cleveland staying peaceful about it including the family. I live about an hour south and still saw some protesters here acting the same way. It makes me much take the case much more seriously and be respectful towards their cause. Even if Brown was somehow innocent, the people who "protested" by causing riots and destroying a town will only make his case look worse.
#150 - sexuality (12/19/2014) [-]
Yeah, very true. I like that they're staying peaceful and consistent. I'm really unsure if it was race-related or not, but it was a horrendous show of police protocol, and I really hope something changes.

The fact that this kind of stuff keeps happening makes me really lose faith in the police force. I have family in the force and, in Houston at least, I haven't witnessed anything done badly by the police. But I'm also white, so, who knows? Texas isn't exactly famous for being racially tolerant haha.
User avatar #155 - lisreal (12/19/2014) [-]
Oh I definitely understand, my uncle live in Houston haha. There's just a lot of tension between the public and police it feels like (at least in Northeast Ohio), so the cops may be feeling on-edge, which is no excuse to act this way, but still. The media and so called "protesters" in Missouri don't help paint the image of police being the "good guys."
#221 - So basically anyone who hates/ harasses Wu is automatically a …  [+] (1 new reply) 12/04/2014 on This is news worthy!? 0
#234 - anonymous (12/04/2014) [-]
Then let her stoop lower until people see her for what she is, insane. Maybe them her and sarkessian can get the mental help they need to fix their cases of delusion.

However this is still an example of gamergate. Media sites posting nothing but lies without any real proof or critical thought -at all-, based on one person screaming about their own events. there is no journalism. I found proof she was lying in a 5 minute google search for pete sake. Is there not even basic checks for evidence or facts?!

The fact she lost her dog, then used it as a tool for politics, is not gamergate. Thats just her needing mental help. The fact fact that she lied and the only people who did any harassing were losers themselves, thats not gamergate. The fact these flat out lies were reported despite being easily provien as garbage, is an example of gamergate.
#255 - While I kind of grew old of his videos (they all seem the same… 12/03/2014 on Based PewDiePie? +1
#470 - Well, anytime a survey pops up and asks for my number, I have … 12/01/2014 on SJW Hate Mob VS a Lymeric +5
#511 - Closest thing to a jew fro I could find. I guess that'll work. 12/01/2014 on make your pixel art version... +2
#104 - Right, I knew that much, but could never figure out the rarity…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/29/2014 on This Prick 0
User avatar #105 - PeRvKiTTeH (11/29/2014) [-]
no its just how they were originally printed in Japan. I have books full of them.
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