Skip to main content

Replies sorted oldest to newest

I read that, and not sure of your site, but where I read it there were critics of the video being released, using the excuse of the feelings of the policeman's family. Yes, of course, that's why they show videos of police shootings over and over and over and over and never once mention the 'feelings of the family'.

 Those showings are meant to incite anger against the policemen, showing Stewart's video might show sympathy for them and more understanding of what they face every day.  The cop haters can't have that.

Last edited by Bestworking

His neighbors said nice things about  the shovel-wielding guy, as is often the case when someone commits a violent act and his neighbors are interviewed for comment. But it is obvious from the video that the man had serious anger issues and hostility to being challenged.  The body camera removed all doubt about that.

 

Body cameras for law enforcement personnel--money well spent!

Add Reply


Untitled Document
×
×
×
×
Link copied to your clipboard.
×