Is it going down in louisville next week?

MojoSoDope -
wizbang -

There is nothing to charge them with. 

Tell that to blm. They want murder charges and will not be happy if they don't get it. 

They wouldn't be happy even if they did get it.

Their end game has nothing to do with "justice". They just want white people to stop existing imo. 

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wizbang -

There is nothing to charge them with. 

Agreed.  But as already stated, it won’t matter.

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/09/black-lives-matter-activist-wearing-justice-beonna-taylor-shirt-walked-louisville-bar-murdered-three-people/

Nitecrawler -

I hope they announce it on the same day announces his next SCOTUS pick. The meltdowns would be epic. 

not sure why you'd want to see this.  fact of the matter is, it sounds like the LEOs in the floyd and taylor cases may not have broken the law and trump has the right to pick a scotus judge....and will very possibly win in november.  if all of these things happen, it's going to be a very ugly year for this country just or not.

Time for the police to stand up to these savages. Bring out the tear gas and water cannons early and often.

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Haven't followed, but isn't she an innocent lady that was killed in her own home? Shot through the window or something, wasn't she? I must be missing something if so many people in this thread are saying the cops did nothing wrong.

sgotwalks -

Haven't followed, but isn't she an innocent lady that was killed in her own home? Shot through the window or something, wasn't she? I must be missing something if so many people in this thread are saying the cops did nothing wrong.

I still don't like the overall execution of the warrant, and I'm really ok with the civil settlement her family received. Charges I'm not really sure of unless ballistics proves the fired cop shot her, but I doubt he dis but...

I was originally taken in by the media's portrayal also. Totally innocent girl Scout EMT that had her apartment raided on a bad warrant due to an ex boyfriend being a drug dealer. Usually there is at least one detail that sticks out that makes you go "Hmmmm", but this one seemed pretty clear cut.

When details of the full investigation came out it was totally different. Her house has a search warrant executed on it because there was a shit load of direct photo, video and wiretap evidence of her working directly with her ex's drug ring... Everything from bailing out his drug dealers to delivering drugs and money. She was included in the investigation when the body of a drug dealer was found in the trunk of a car that she had rented. 

The only cop fired did indeed shoot from the parking lot. He even struck another apartment. The right wing media seems to be getting the knocking fact wrong because the cops claimed to have knocked and announced. The neighbors couldn't confirm it and the only time "knocking" is mentioned specifically is when they knocked the door off the hinges. 

In the end, rather they changed their mind on knock and announce or not, it was issued as a no knock warrant, there wasn't anything in the house (supposedly after the shooting the house wasn't even searched, but not sure.). They busted a front door down, and was fired upon by a legal gun fired by an innocent person, but everything said about Taylor was a lie. She hadn't even been an EMT in many years. It's a case that's hard to call. I'll never get on board with someone deserving to be killed by cops for crimes they've committed. I won't make a criminal a candidate to be canonized, either.

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sgotwalks -

Haven't followed, but isn't she an innocent lady that was killed in her own home? Shot through the window or something, wasn't she? I must be missing something if so many people in this thread are saying the cops did nothing wrong.

Her genius bf decided to shoot at the cops, who predictably shot back and she took it in the crossfire. So racism for sure. 

Slap Johnson -
sgotwalks -

Haven't followed, but isn't she an innocent lady that was killed in her own home? Shot through the window or something, wasn't she? I must be missing something if so many people in this thread are saying the cops did nothing wrong.

Her genius bf decided to shoot at the cops, who predictably shot back and she took it in the crossfire. So racism for sure. 

Her boyfriend was a legal gun owner that didn't have a reason to excpect cop raiding the place. If it happens at my house it may be the same situation. How about the dumbass girlfriend didn't expect a cop raid after like 3 years of drug activity and went walking down the hall toward the door?

Ebony -
sgotwalks -

Haven't followed, but isn't she an innocent lady that was killed in her own home? Shot through the window or something, wasn't she? I must be missing something if so many people in this thread are saying the cops did nothing wrong.

I still don't like the overall execution of the warrant, and I'm really ok with the civil settlement her family received. Charges I'm not really sure of unless ballistics proves the fired cop shot her, but I doubt he dis but...

I was originally taken in by the media's portrayal also. Totally innocent girl Scout EMT that had her apartment raided on a bad warrant due to an ex boyfriend being a drug dealer. Usually there is at least one detail that sticks out that makes you go "Hmmmm", but this one seemed pretty clear cut.

When details of the full investigation came out it was totally different. Her house has a search warrant executed on it because there was a shit load of direct photo, video and wiretap evidence of her working directly with her ex's drug ring... Everything from bailing out his drug dealers to delivering drugs and money. She was included in the investigation when the body of a drug dealer was found in the trunk of a car that she had rented. 

The only cop fired did indeed shoot from the parking lot. He even struck another apartment. The right wing media seems to be getting the knocking fact wrong because the cops claimed to have knocked and announced. The neighbors couldn't confirm it and the only time "knocking" is mentioned specifically is when they knocked the door off the hinges. 

In the end, rather they changed their mind on knock and announce or not, it was issued as a no knock warrant, there wasn't anything in the house (supposedly after the shooting the house wasn't even searched, but not sure.). They busted a front door down, and was fired upon by a legal gun fired by an innocent person, but everything said about Taylor was a lie. She hadn't even been an EMT in many years. It's a case that's hard to call. I'll never get on board with someone deserving to be killed by cops for crimes they've committed. I won't make a criminal a candidate to be canonized, either.

WOW!!!

That's a whole lot of twists and turns in what appears to be a crazy story from all sides. I had no idea that there was all of these extra layers to this story, but now I can see why things could get heated in Louisville in the coming days or weeks.

Also, I know you gave me shit in the other thread, but I respected the way you went about it. Each of your responses has been really well written, and I appreciate the time and energy you've put in. This was a great post, and I'll give you all I can for it, a motherfuckin vote up!

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Ebony -
sgotwalks -

Haven't followed, but isn't she an innocent lady that was killed in her own home? Shot through the window or something, wasn't she? I must be missing something if so many people in this thread are saying the cops did nothing wrong.

I still don't like the overall execution of the warrant, and I'm really ok with the civil settlement her family received. Charges I'm not really sure of unless ballistics proves the fired cop shot her, but I doubt he dis but...

I was originally taken in by the media's portrayal also. Totally innocent girl Scout EMT that had her apartment raided on a bad warrant due to an ex boyfriend being a drug dealer. Usually there is at least one detail that sticks out that makes you go "Hmmmm", but this one seemed pretty clear cut.

When details of the full investigation came out it was totally different. Her house has a search warrant executed on it because there was a shit load of direct photo, video and wiretap evidence of her working directly with her ex's drug ring... Everything from bailing out his drug dealers to delivering drugs and money. She was included in the investigation when the body of a drug dealer was found in the trunk of a car that she had rented. 

The only cop fired did indeed shoot from the parking lot. He even struck another apartment. The right wing media seems to be getting the knocking fact wrong because the cops claimed to have knocked and announced. The neighbors couldn't confirm it and the only time "knocking" is mentioned specifically is when they knocked the door off the hinges. 

In the end, rather they changed their mind on knock and announce or not, it was issued as a no knock warrant, there wasn't anything in the house (supposedly after the shooting the house wasn't even searched, but not sure.). They busted a front door down, and was fired upon by a legal gun fired by an innocent person, but everything said about Taylor was a lie. She hadn't even been an EMT in many years. It's a case that's hard to call. I'll never get on board with someone deserving to be killed by cops for crimes they've committed. I won't make a criminal a candidate to be canonized, either.

Good post.

sgotwalks -
Ebony -
sgotwalks -

Haven't followed, but isn't she an innocent lady that was killed in her own home? Shot through the window or something, wasn't she? I must be missing something if so many people in this thread are saying the cops did nothing wrong.

I still don't like the overall execution of the warrant, and I'm really ok with the civil settlement her family received. Charges I'm not really sure of unless ballistics proves the fired cop shot her, but I doubt he dis but...

I was originally taken in by the media's portrayal also. Totally innocent girl Scout EMT that had her apartment raided on a bad warrant due to an ex boyfriend being a drug dealer. Usually there is at least one detail that sticks out that makes you go "Hmmmm", but this one seemed pretty clear cut.

When details of the full investigation came out it was totally different. Her house has a search warrant executed on it because there was a shit load of direct photo, video and wiretap evidence of her working directly with her ex's drug ring... Everything from bailing out his drug dealers to delivering drugs and money. She was included in the investigation when the body of a drug dealer was found in the trunk of a car that she had rented. 

The only cop fired did indeed shoot from the parking lot. He even struck another apartment. The right wing media seems to be getting the knocking fact wrong because the cops claimed to have knocked and announced. The neighbors couldn't confirm it and the only time "knocking" is mentioned specifically is when they knocked the door off the hinges. 

In the end, rather they changed their mind on knock and announce or not, it was issued as a no knock warrant, there wasn't anything in the house (supposedly after the shooting the house wasn't even searched, but not sure.). They busted a front door down, and was fired upon by a legal gun fired by an innocent person, but everything said about Taylor was a lie. She hadn't even been an EMT in many years. It's a case that's hard to call. I'll never get on board with someone deserving to be killed by cops for crimes they've committed. I won't make a criminal a candidate to be canonized, either.

WOW!!!

That's a whole lot of twists and turns in what appears to be a crazy story from all sides. I had no idea that there was all of these extra layers to this story, but now I can see why things could get heated in Louisville in the coming days or weeks.

Also, I know you gave me shit in the other thread, but I respected the way you went about it. Each of your responses has been really well written, and I appreciate the time and energy you've put in. This was a great post, and I'll give you all I can for it, a motherfuckin vote up!

Wow, a real discussion and exchange took place? Nice to see. 

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sgotwalks -
Ebony -
sgotwalks -

Haven't followed, but isn't she an innocent lady that was killed in her own home? Shot through the window or something, wasn't she? I must be missing something if so many people in this thread are saying the cops did nothing wrong.

I still don't like the overall execution of the warrant, and I'm really ok with the civil settlement her family received. Charges I'm not really sure of unless ballistics proves the fired cop shot her, but I doubt he dis but...

I was originally taken in by the media's portrayal also. Totally innocent girl Scout EMT that had her apartment raided on a bad warrant due to an ex boyfriend being a drug dealer. Usually there is at least one detail that sticks out that makes you go "Hmmmm", but this one seemed pretty clear cut.

When details of the full investigation came out it was totally different. Her house has a search warrant executed on it because there was a shit load of direct photo, video and wiretap evidence of her working directly with her ex's drug ring... Everything from bailing out his drug dealers to delivering drugs and money. She was included in the investigation when the body of a drug dealer was found in the trunk of a car that she had rented. 

The only cop fired did indeed shoot from the parking lot. He even struck another apartment. The right wing media seems to be getting the knocking fact wrong because the cops claimed to have knocked and announced. The neighbors couldn't confirm it and the only time "knocking" is mentioned specifically is when they knocked the door off the hinges. 

In the end, rather they changed their mind on knock and announce or not, it was issued as a no knock warrant, there wasn't anything in the house (supposedly after the shooting the house wasn't even searched, but not sure.). They busted a front door down, and was fired upon by a legal gun fired by an innocent person, but everything said about Taylor was a lie. She hadn't even been an EMT in many years. It's a case that's hard to call. I'll never get on board with someone deserving to be killed by cops for crimes they've committed. I won't make a criminal a candidate to be canonized, either.

WOW!!!

That's a whole lot of twists and turns in what appears to be a crazy story from all sides. I had no idea that there was all of these extra layers to this story, but now I can see why things could get heated in Louisville in the coming days or weeks.

Also, I know you gave me shit in the other thread, but I respected the way you went about it. Each of your responses has been really well written, and I appreciate the time and energy you've put in. This was a great post, and I'll give you all I can for it, a motherfuckin vote up!

Like I said in the other post... If I don't know I want to know more. That being said it's valuable to this place to have trustworthy and down the middle explanations of things so I try to be one. It can save hundreds of people trying to wade through sources. Never feel like you can't ask, even though you can't ask a lot of posters here... But feel free to ask. ;)

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http://youtu.be/Yh9Czx1cmnk

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http://youtu.be/YTE6y7bVCgY

They are going to have therapists, aroma therapy and massage therapists out there for rioters to try to calm them down when they get going. 

I was listening to one of the blm protesters out there and he was telling the antifa people to man up if they do something fucked up. He was telling them that if they throw rocks and bottles that they need to stand there and take it on the chin. Not to run away and let someone else take the punishment for what they did. They were also telling people to stay away from federal buildings if they know what's good for them. 

Here we go. Announcement is coming this afternoon. 

Illinois has put the National Guard on alert, expectiting all kinds of trouble when this drops.