Sunday, November 23, 2014

Tony Brandenburg: Darrien Hunt (Part 2): Cosplaying Execution and Other Acts of Total Insanity

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Then the police arrived. I like the police. They have uniforms and numbers and you know what they are meant to be doing … I wanted to answer the questions properly, but the policeman did not give me enough time to work out the correct answer… He was asking too many questions and he was asking them too quickly. They were stacking up in my head like loaves in the factory where Uncle Terry works. The factory is a bakery and he operates the slicing machines. And sometimes the slicer is not working fast enough but the bread keeps coming and there is a blockage ... I rolled back on the lawn and pressed my forehead to the ground again and made a noise that Father calls groaning. I make this noise when there is too much information coming into my head from the outside world ... The policeman hold of my arm and lifted me onto my feet. I didn't like him touching me like this. And this is when I hit him. - The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time by Mark Haddon

Mark Haddon's mystery story, about the death of a dog of all things - is a lesson on Autism and Aspergers - though the author has not stated outright that the main character of his brilliant story is actually on the autism spectrum.

It should be required reading for all teachers. Police officers, too.  Haddon's story could do a great deal for helping the larger society learn how to interact with people they don't understand.

I am going to talk about the police. And about Darrien Hunt. Like the character in Haddon's story, I like the police. But I don't understand many of them, and many of them don't understand me. And the lack of understanding causes confusion. And confusion causes schism.

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Darrien Hunt probably liked the police,too. He was, after all, smiling at them before things went so horribly downhill that he was executed by those same police officers just moments later. I am not suggesting that Darrien Hunt was on the autism spectrum. But you had better believe I suspect he might have been from the things that I have read. His behavior that day makes me think that. He was cosplaying. In character. He was confronted, in a serious situation. And he miscued. I am of the opinion that he had no idea what was going down, or just how badly it was going to end.

And that breaks my heart.

What I do know, is this. Black males are statistically under-represented on the spectrum, and there are thousands of black and Latino males in schools across America that - because they are not identified - are being labeled as something else. And those kids end up in trouble at school, and then they end up in trouble with the law.

And I have seen, first hand, how a small town community over reacts to autism. I have also seen how members of law enforcement - totally caught up in their crime paradigm - miscue and misinterpret and misuse the law to criminalize behavior that is organic in nature. By that, I mean that the behavior is chemical, but has nothing at all to do with criminal intent.

I also know how, and why, many families try to hide personal information about their children on the autism spectrum. That is, if they are even aware of it in the first place.

Where are the Ear Buds, and Why Haven't they Been Mentioned?
Among the many unanswered questions regarding the shooting of Darrien Hunt have to do with the ear buds that Darrien was wearing. How did the ear buds factor into Darrien's hearing the directions being given to him? Why weren't the ear buds mentioned in any reports? Where are the ear buds now? Is it true that Darrien's pants were pulled down. Why? How did this happen?

Cosplay and Ear Buds: Is there a Sensory Component to This?
I can't help but wonder about this kid. The autopsy showed that there were no drugs or alcohol in his system. They also show that he was shot multiple times. In the back. After fleeing and outrunning the two cops who shot him to death.

Ear buds, a smile on his face when confronted by the police, and dressed as a samurai? In the middle of Utah?

It sure sounds like he wasn't cuing very well. His responses to the police demonstrated this. He didn't get it, and the seriousness of the situation may have been lost on him completely.

Until they were shooting him.

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Why Doesn't Newly Elected Utah Congresswoman Mia B. Love Care About Darrien Hunt?
Rule number one in politician motivation is to always follow the money. Mia Love wanted to be Congresswoman really, really bad. In fact, she spent over $4,300,000 to become one (click here and here and here).

Did you catch that? She spent over $4 million and none of it was hers. No wonder her investors were watching her social media so closely. Now you know why Mia B. Love was silent about the shooting death of Darrien Hunt. Why she has nothing to say about the matter.

It would have been bad for her investors.

Police Killings Highest in Decades
USA Today just released an article with a shocking bit of data. Well, shocking if your head has been in the sand (click here). And yes, this data comes from the FBI.

The number of felony suspects fatally shot by police last year — 461— was the most in two decades, according to a new FBI report.

The justifiable homicide count, contained in the FBI's annual Uniform Crime Report, has become increasingly scrutinized in recent months as questions continue to be raised about the use of lethal force by law enforcement.

National attention has been drawn to cases from New York to Albuquerque, though much of the focus is on Ferguson, Mo., where the restive St. Louis suburb awaits the decision of a grand jury weighing the fatal shooting in August of a black teenager by a white police officer.

This year, a USA TODAY analysis of the FBI's justifiable homicide database during a seven-year period ending in 2012 found an average of 96 incidents each year in which a white officer killed a black person.

The new 2013 total of justifiable killings represents the third consecutive increase in the annual toll. Criminal justice analysts said the inherent limitations of the database — the killings are self-reported by law enforcement, and not all police agencies participate in the annual counts — continue to frustrate efforts to identify the universe of lethal force incidents involving police.

As troubling as the data is, equally troubling is that there is no uniform standard for reporting data. The result are numbers that are deceptive. For this reason it has increasingly fallen on citizens groups, civil rights advocates, and political activists to get the word out when the law fails to "Protect and Serve" and turn their weapons on United States Citizens. The reason the FBI and the Department of Justice are taking notice is because of these so called "radical" citizens. Without these noisy activists the wholesale slaughter - that is becoming increasingly noticeable - would be virtually ignored.

University of South Carolina criminologist Geoff Alpert, who has long studied police use of deadly force, said the latest number of justifiable homicides, while increasing, still likely represents a significant under-counting ...

At least seven U.S. police departments have been the subjects of Federal reviews in the wake of fatal police shootings since 2010.

In addition to Ferguson, one of the broadest examinations has been occurring in Albuquerque where the Justice Department last month announced an agreement that requires the city's troubled police agency to transform its lethal force policy.

Since 2009, according to municipal records, Albuquerque officers have been involved in nearly 50 shootings, with at least 32 resulting in death, including several mentally ill suspects.

Why Is Law Enforcement So Heavily Armed?
The question of the decade. Why did the United States Government give all this surplus weaponry to law enforcement? How did they think law enforcement would react? Is this what they hoped the outcome would be, or is the War on US Citizens a - for lack of a better term - misfire?

It is time to stop the madness. Take that equipment back.

What Happens When You Give a Power Tripper Unlimited Power? or Outrunned and Outgunned - Why Was Darrien Hunt Shot in the Back?
One can't help but wonder why Darrien Hunt was shot in the back. I can't help but think this was some kind of messed up powertrip. Everything I have seen and read - from comments on Facebook before he took his page down - to his web presence- indicates some serious posturing.

This is both in the blogs he's written, and in the cyberspace that he mysteriously vacated - but which still shares a vestige of his presence. I doubt seriously that anyone who knows him - and who is honest in their heart - will fail to concur that this guy thinks a whole lot of himself. His online rants against drug use comes across like a personal crusade - and is so lacking in logic that he comes across as obsessive.

Paired with his disdain for drugs, was a strange dislike of Bob Marley that would have been funny if the young man he killed didn't look remarkably similar to Marley. Was it too much for this guy to swallow? That he was being shown up by a guy who looked like Bob Marley?

Why did he shoot this kid in the back so many times?

Was it because Matthew Schauerhamer had a bruised ego? That for all of his bravado, and working out, and weight loss- was all for naught? Because he was being outrun by a young black dude in a kimono? Was this all because Schauerhamer - the mighty cloud hammer - couldn't catch the kid?

Why did the officers stop chasing? Were they reloading? Was that the sword on the ground?

One question I have - since this guy is so obsessed with drug use in others - is why? What is going on in this guy's head that has made him so determined to stop others' drug usage so vehemently?

Was this guy - who shot someone one in the back repeatedly - ever drug tested for steroids?

Or is this considered normal behavior by the investigating junta in Utah? That after giving up chase, an officer just pulls out his weapon and fires at a citizen carrying a toy.

Do Walmart shoppers in Utah pose a similar threat?

Will the Walmart where Darrien Hunt was executed become the OK Corral on Black Friday?

Will Santa Claus - the most famous cosplayer of all time - be shot to death outside of Saratoga Springs Walmart for carrying a bag of toys, too?

Matthew Schauerhamer, Artiste
Why has this upstanding Utah cop - who continues to make more than $100,000 a year - taken down all of his online artwork?

Yes, he is not only a blogger, he is an artist. In fact, he's more of a Renaissance Man than yours truly.

Here are two examples of his stuff. Maybe it will add a little more insight. Maybe not.

Touch Me or Else

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Meanwhile in California: Is Los Angeles a Playground for Police Shootings?
Living in Los Angeles has been shown to be unsafe for many people. Especially people of color. Giving a statistical voice to tears of hundreds of families destroyed by this ongoing problem,  The Huffington Post reports that 600 people - many of them black or Latino - have been shot by the police in L.A. since 2000. This is paired with a fatality rate of about one per week for the last 14 years. The data came from a report titled Don't Shoot to Kill (click here).

From 2000 to 2006, the report says, overall homicides in L.A. County ranged between 1074 and 1231 per year. During that period, officer-involved killings made up between 2.5 and 4.5 percent of that total. However, since 2007, as overall homicide rates have trended downward -- there were 941 total killings in 2007, but only 595 in 2013 -- law enforcement use of deadly force resulting in homicide "doubled to between 4 and 8 percent" of the total, the report reads.

The report found that of the 314 people killed between 2007 and 2014, 97 percent were male, a combined 82 percent were black or Latino and 52 percent were under age 30.

There are 57 different law enforcement agencies in L.A. County, and "many departments had no killings" during the 14-year period examined in the report, said Kim McGill, an organizer with the Youth Justice Coalition.

"We do know that, by far, the highest numbers [of police killings] are [committed by] county sheriffs and LAPD, with Long Beach and Inglewood leading among smaller cities," McGill told The Huffington Post in an email.

The YJC go on to make recommendations to help reduce this problem. Among their recommendations is to demilitarize the police departments, eliminate the use of surplus military equipment, and my personal favorite, end the gang injunctions.

Of course, that may run contrary to the bread and butter of our resident city attorney. Right Mack?

The Youth Justice Coalition report offers a number of detailed recommendations to help reduce police and community violence. It calls on U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to launch a civil rights investigation into officer-involved shootings and the use of force countywide. It also calls for demilitarizing the police through the elimination of surplus military equipment, as well as the end of stop-and-frisk searches, gang databases and gang injunctions.

"We know personally that police violence isn’t only the bullets that pierce our dome, but the police baton that breaks our bones, and the battering ram that breaks our homes," the YJC report concludes, quoting from a statement authored by the group that was originally read at Ford's burial in August.

"It’s the war on drugs and the war on gangs that gentrifies our communities and fills our prisons," the report continues. "It’s the separation of families through gang injunctions, incarceration and deportation that leaves us orphaned. It’s California’s addiction to police and prison spending that bankrupts our schools and shuts down positive resources in our communities –- jobs, youth centers, libraries, health and mental health clinics, parks and playgrounds. It’s these programs that Ezell needed and all of us need -– not the police lock-down of our neighborhoods."

"Demand a city, a state and a nation where Ezell Ford and Deandre Brunston, Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, Oscar Grant, Suzie Peña, and Devin Brown would be in college and not in the ground."

If You Have a Problem, Don't Call a Cop
It is becoming increasingly clear to many of us that when we have a problem, the last thing we want to do is involve the Police. As long as the response of the police leads to the kinds of interventions we have seen in tragic situations - such as Kendrec McDade (click here), Michael Nida (click here), Michael Brown (click here), Kelley Thomas (click here), John Crawford III (click here), and  Darrien Hunt (click here) - then the last place many of us feel safe in doing is to ask law enforcement to help us solve problems.

Unless we are seeking death as a solution.

It is such a serious problem in this country that those who speak up find themselves pursued online, and many of them live in fear. This is serious stuff, folks.

The fears that have been brought to my attention on a daily basis from people all over this country- who are out there putting their money where their mouths are- feel the pressure for speaking up. These are people who feel it is their civic duty to speak up- and they are facing the ultimate test. And they feel threatened. Seriously harassed.

This is right here in the United States of America, folks.

#OPDarrienHunt
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An Op, or operation, is what members of the internet coalition Anonymous call a focused - for lack of a better term - event. As far as I can tell, these events bring international attention to questionable activities. Such as the shooting of an unarmed man. Because Anonymous is a loose, unstructured coalition of activists and hacktivists (click here) it is difficult to really get an intellectual grip on their desired outcomes. It is really subjective and based on the interaction between members and their desire to see justice prevail.

I have had a Twitter account for about a year. In that time the band has made about 4,000 connections.  In the Twitter world it is the use of hashtags (#) and directed messages (@) that get people connected. At least as far as I can tell.

The use of mass Twitter Storms (click here) is one way this group spreads the word and brings attention to its causes. I use twitter for my band, but I am really a novice, and not very effective as a marketer in this area. However, I have been involved in using  this social media device, usually to aid people in locating missing persons.

About one week ago I was contacted by an Anon to support #JusticeForDarrienHunt and #OpDarrienHunt. In a matter of hours I watched this group - which started in the hundreds when I chose to hit follow - explode. It grew to 12,000 within 48 hours, and is currently at over 34,000. This in one week.

What is the point? People care about this issue. A lot of people.

The NAACP Call for a Federal Investigation
A Federal investigation has been  requested by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

The NAACP is asking the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the shooting of Darrien Hunt by two Saratoga Springs police officers.

The shooting, ruled justified last week by the Utah County Attorney’s Office, has prompted the civil rights organization to get involved. At a news conference on Monday, NAACP Salt Lake Branch President Jeanetta Williams said they reviewed the findings and disagreed with them.

“He was carrying a sword, running away from officers, when he was shot six times in the back,” Williams said. “The NAACP is asking for the investigation to include the alleged initial confrontation with the officers, and the shots that were fired as Darrien Hunt was running away from the officers.”

Williams said the NAACP wanted to know if Hunt’s civil rights were violated, focusing on police tactics and whether they were consistent with law enforcement policies and procedures.

Williams said the NAACP waited until the Utah County Attorney’s Office had ended its investigation before getting involved.

“The NAACP is seeking transparency and accountability,” she said. “We do not want our young people to look at police as their executioner, but as an authority of safety.”

In a statement to FOX 13, the U.S. Department of Justice acknowledged the NAACP’s request — but did not confirm any federal probe.

“We acknowledge the NAACP’s request this morning. We appreciate their concern. However, we do not comment about investigations,” the statement said.

Yep. They never do.

More Documents
The following documents seriously call into question some of the conflicting information provided by the responding officers. Clearly, Darrien Hunt was NOT on drugs. The diversion of drug use is being used - and will be continued to be used - in order to portray the victim of this crime as an aggressor. In other words, that he somehow deserved to be killed because he was on drugs.

This is a common straw man argument. He wasn't on drugs, but create a diversion by saying he was. Then justify the killing based on that diversion.

Keeping in mind that the original premise is moot. It is not a capital offense to have a past history of drug use.




So there you go. The drug argument is completely moot. But you best believe that the Saratoga Springs Police Department will try to use it again, and again.

Why?

Because they think the populace of Utah is a bunch of stupid, ignorant crackers who don't know better and can't see through a ruse.

A Proud Spouse?
A couple of weeks ago someone was tweeting a post they said came from the spouse of one of the police shooters. I thought it was funny, but it was too vague for me to believe was actually legit.

I did a search and was able to easily locate the wife's page. I was able to determine that she is a "Stand by Your Man" type. I still wouldn't authenticate this post based on that.

But it still speaks volumes, whether it is authentic, or just more pablum and propaganda. She's got that Blue Line mindset, and that inevitable "You're with Us, or You're the Enemy" drivel as a foundation.

Whatever. I meet a thousand people just a stupid as her every day. Most of them, though, are married to people who don't shoot people in the back. She must be really proud of that.

 "Whoever is not with me is against me, and whoever does not gather with me scatters." (Matthew 12:30)

There is a mindset in our world that if you oppose the acts of rogue individuals who bastardize the system to meet their own personal agenda, that you somehow oppose the system entirely. And on the political spectrum - with all of its distortion and ignorance - this plays into that mindset as well.

I have news for you. I actually like the Police Departments I have interacted with. Having said that - I have met bad apples, and I know how badly they behave. But I hardly hold them up as examples of what goes on in the field. I hardly consider them human beings at all.

I know the difference, and it doesn't make me an enemy. It makes me like most law abiding citizens.

When the police are militarized for even the most peaceful of demonstrations, and when they are shooting and beating citizens to death - then something is definitely wrong with our democracy.

When I can't tell the difference between a demonstration in Ferguson from a riot in China, then there is something wrong.

But there is something really, really wrong in this country. It came post 911, and it never really faded away. It is the mindset that if you dare speak out against the gatekeepers, that you are somehow affiliated with terrorism and the destruction of democracy. And it's the biggest lie out there.

But guess what? For an entire generation just that has been sold as the truth. And it is what we are dealing with.

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62 comments:

  1. Young man: I don't think you'll get many comments. You said it all very well.

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    1. The current balance of power (tongue in cheek militarized language) is my articles get more comments, but Tony's get more hits.

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    2. True 7:58, he said it well. Problem is that more need to be speaking up or it's just getting worse.

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  2. I think you need to take a look at Police entitlement as an explanation. Armed to the teeth with advanced military weaponry, 6 figure salaries with benefits and retirement funds that are vastly superior to what private workforce employees get, plus the sense that no matter how bad their actions they will be exonerated of any crimes, has turned Potsy the local flatfoot into a modern street warrior. At least in their susceptible minds. Throw in all of the BS and propaganda we hear about that job in the post-911 world and we have created within the ranks quite a select cadre of nasty monsters. 600 civilians dead on the streets of Los Angeles? If this was Baghdad the United States would have sent in troops by now.

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    1. Arcadia was part of the 1033 program until they were suspended. For losing weapons.

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    2. They lost them in those 6,000 square foot homes. Takes forever to find anything in there.

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    3. What did they lose 12:23? A tank?

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  3. We ave an officer in Sierra Madre who shot an unarmed civilian in the back. That officer was exonerated in secret hearings and later promoted to detective. The shot man received a settlement rumored to be in the millions of dollars. Again, kept secret.

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    1. You certainly know quite a bit about something that's "secret".

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  4. I have mixed feelings about this article. No one lives in Mayberry anymore. That being said, police have always been over classed by drug cartels and the like. I have often thought, why can't they shoot them in the leg instead of the head. Criminals are meaner today and more willing to kill a cop. In that adrenaline rush, how does a man know what your motives are? It's his life on the line. I don't agree with many of these shootings, as I don't agree with the brotherhood thing the police have going on. I'm just not sure I agree with vitriol spewed in this article.

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    1. Curious. Which comments would you consider vitriol? One of the reasons I like this article and posted it here is I thought Tony let the facts speak for themselves.

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    2. How is truth vitriol? Hunt was SHOT IN THE BACK 5 times. No one's life was on the line EXCEPT for Darrien running away, and any bystanders in the line of fire scattering all over the area.

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    3. The truth can get a little too intense for some people.

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    4. I have shown great restraint with my words. Vitriol implies anger. I am not angry. I am sad. I feel nothing but sadness for the Hunt family. I have seen, too many times, the hatred dumped on families like them by internet scumbags who think their hatred is excused by their ignorance.

      I have seen few instances where the police were over classed by weaponry. The noho shootout is the only that comes to mind.

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  5. No working man likes police and they like nobody not in their fraternity. Out of the palace and into a ditch. Now there's some vitriol !

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  6. Tony is entitled to his opinions on Mia B. Love, but it was another black politician, Barack Obama, the militarized the police in this country.

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    1. Why did Obama do that? Seems contradictory.

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    2. Municipal and City employee unions are a big Democratic Party constituency. What could be better than guns and money?

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    3. one party system

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  7. It's not about Race it's about justice, power,entitlement,inequality............

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  8. One more dead child today
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/cleveland-boy-12-shot-officer-holding-replica-gun-article-1.2020637

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  9. Anonymous are engaged. #DarrienHunt will not be forgotten and the lies will be exposed. We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us Saratoga Springs.

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    1. It is so good that you are there.

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    2. Anonymous are a group of anarchist cyber terrorists.

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    3. And who have they shot?

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    4. They hide behind their masks and computers. They need to get real jobs.

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    5. When are Anonymous expected to arrive en mass to Utah?

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    6. The last group Anonymous took to task was the KKK

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    7. 1244. You are a fool. You have no idea what jobs they have. I do. Wake up.

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  10. Can you imagine what it would be like without police?

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    1. Yes, there'd be a lot more people living productive lives.

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    2. Can one really open carry a sword? He was carrying a sword people!

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    3. It was a costume sword. Person.

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    4. police need 2 be able to defend themselves from thugs. period and amen.

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    5. Who is to defend children when the thugs are the police?

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    6. Why make it about race?

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    7. I support the police 100%

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    8. You mean point out that it is about race? Obama's Stormtroopers of Death? That must be inconvenient!

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    9. Utah is open carry. It was a toy katana.

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    10. Why is it criminals just can't comply with orders? Follow the orders and there's no need for more force!

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    11. It's about money and power. The fact that there is a disproportionate number of blacks killed by white cops and the fact that Darrien Hunt was the first fatality in SSPD history, but one of .5% population who was black must just be a coincidence.

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    12. 12:42 - do they let you climb on their military equipment?

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    13. 1:00 are you, thick, dense. Illiterate, or just plain stupid? This kid was NOT A CRIMINAL & HAD BROKEN NO LAW

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    14. So what's your point?

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    15. i made mine. what is yours?

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  11. I want to know why mainstream media has been making a deal about this "crazed" "drugged out" guy waving a sword wildly through a strip mall? There was NO indication he was on drugs, he was walking listening to music. Toxicology PROVED he was not on drugs. So why is the myth perpetuated?

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    1. The myth is perpetrated to divert attention from the horrendous actions of the SS police

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  12. Utah is a known racist state. They have their token black woman now in a position of power, but she will continue to do their bidding. Have you seen Mia Love's stance? White conservative all the way.

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  13. Maybe the cop will find himself a new career as an artist. Not much killing can be done with a paintbrush.

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  14. Question up for grabs: can officers leave the scene of a shooting fatality prior to filing a report? I'm seeing this time after time and wonder about the legalities.

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    1. Only when they need to hide their hoods.

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  15. Killings by Utah police outpacing gang, drug, child-abuse homicides
    http://www.sltrib.com/news/1842489-155/killings-by-utah-police-outpacing-gang

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  16. Just comply with orders? Are you kidding? Hopefully the people of this great nation will continue not to follow orders. You must be someone's pet. Look around what do you see? Follow the orders of some racist bigot that your masters put into power? You obviously have led a very sheltered life as someone's puppet. With your attitude our children will be slaves

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    1. in sierra madre they already are

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  17. I hope you never need the police to protect you. If do I would be greatfull for their training and weapons.

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    1. I also hope I never need the police to protect me police don't protect people they protect a power structure and write tickets and steal. I need the protection of firemen,paramedics,lawyers etc. Actually maybe the police could protect me from a Bear or a child of color.

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    2. @5:44 and I hope you don't ever need to convey a coherent sentence. We would appreciate you learning grammar and spelling.

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    3. 7:19 great answer

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  18. thank you so much for the articles. utah/saratoga springs, especially...is trying very hard to keep this execution quiet//sweep it under the rug//all the way down to the family, friends & even anonymous receiving threats from a local man named Carl Schaible..i belieev that the mormon church is also..deeply involved...in this cover up...a lot that needs to come to light about saratoga springs, utah & darrien hunt's murder by cop...in time, it will happen..i hear darrien has a great backing of family & some new friends that will carry this injustice all the way...we do not forget

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  19. Anonymous Claims to Have Evidence Directly Connecting Darren Wilson & Ferguson PD to KKK
    Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/anonymous-claims-evidence-connecting-darren-wilson-ferguson-pd-kkk/#zA26RJpW4BRzJl2l.99

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