JUSTICE 4 JESSICA NELSON-WILLIAMS, slaughtered..

Got this off of Colin Kaepernick twitter - justice is needed for the slaughtering of this upstanding citizen!!

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Who did she kill? Phone Post 3.0

She was killed bro - she was killed by the man..

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TryhardNobody - So she was in a stolen car....took off when cops approached her.....crashed....then tried to take off again and got shot while ignoring orders to stop for the 2nd time? Omg who cares

The simple fact you are pointing to the facts makes you racist bro..

#Justice4Jessicasunborn6thchild

lol Jesus, 5 kids and homeless with a large "street family"? what a clusterfuck of a human.

Why do they only give a shit about her after she's dead. They cared so much about her when she was alive that they let her sleep in a car. Phone Post 3.0

Fiancé? Meaning she was planning to get married?

How about planning on getting a job. Or s home. Or feeding your children?

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Mark1 - Fiancé? Meaning she was planning to get married?

How about planning on getting a job. Or s home. Or feeding your children?

Mark Phone Post 3.0

Apparently she was going to do that in the morning until she was brutally gunned down by the save police..

So stealing a car is grounds for a street level judge, jury and executioner move? You guys in this thread must have the smallest dicks ever. Phone Post 3.0

RussianCircles - So stealing a car is grounds for a street level judge, jury and executioner move? You guys in this thread must have the smallest dicks ever. Phone Post 3.0


No. She wasn't killed for stealing a car.

RussianCircles - So stealing a car is grounds for a street level judge, jury and executioner move? You guys in this thread must have the smallest dicks ever. Phone Post 3.0
Yeah, your Russian cops are sooooo gentle and forgiving. Phone Post 3.0

RussianCircles - So stealing a car is grounds for a street level judge, jury and executioner move? You guys in this thread must have the smallest dicks ever. Phone Post 3.0
Taking off in a stolen car presents a risk to society.

It also shows a willingness to do anything, to harm others to get away from Police.

Which means that person is a threat and you absolutely have your gun drawn. They've proven they will do whatever.

That's the real story.

Look, Eric Garner didn't get killed over selling cigarettes and Mike Brown didn't get killed over stealing little cigars.

In all cases it was because of fighting with or showing the willingness to fight with police.

Had she taken off in that stolen car and run over someone would you feel better?

She represented a criminal who would do anything to not be taken in and as such had to be handled as dangerous. Phone Post 3.0

RussianCircles - So stealing a car is grounds for a street level judge, jury and executioner move? You guys in this thread must have the smallest dicks ever. Phone Post 3.0
If you're smashing that car into things and possibly people (killing them) then yeah, you deserve to be killed to protect the people who aren't committing crimes. Phone Post 3.0

TryhardNobody - So she was in a stolen car....took off when cops approached her.....crashed....then tried to take off again and got shot while ignoring orders to stop for the 2nd time? Omg who cares
Forreal Phone Post 3.0

Good to know we can get rid of all trials now. That'll free up some tax dollars so we an pay cops more so we get a better class than the shitheads we have now. Phone Post 3.0

Tennessee v. Garner, 471 U.S. 1 (1985)[1], was a case in which the Supreme Court of the United States held that, under the Fourth Amendment, when a law enforcement officer is pursuing a fleeing suspect, he or she may not use deadly force to prevent escape unless "the officer has probable cause to believe that the suspect poses a significant threat of death or serious physical injury to the officer or others."

Until the SCOTUS overturns that ruling the law in this country is clear when it comes to fleeing suspects. If they believe a suspect is a danger to not only officers themselves but to others they are justified in the use of force.

I haven't done much reading on this case but If she was fleeing cops and crashing vehicles it's perfectly reasonable to assume she could present a threat to the public.

Guys, she was just "startled by his lights". Don't tell me you guys don't instinctively start your car, put it in drive and floor it any time someone shines a light in your direction, Phone Post 3.0

LOL at calling all the points "facts" while ignoring all the actual facts. BLM has gone beyond full retard. Phone Post 3.0

According to Fact 5, San Francisco cops have killed 5 persons of color in the last two years. Doesn't say how many total persons of color were killed in the city in that period.