Either that is complete sarcasm..or you are completely wrong ! I prefer to think the former :tango_face_surprise :tango_face_wink: :tango_face_grin:Given what we "know" from the news media, I think these two guys should go straight to prison.
Skip the trial, jury, ect. Just put'em in the pen! Or better still, execut'em!
And that guy with tha phone that shot the video? Well, he was obviously in on it, so get him to.
No way would the news media mislead us, with the victim being black and all.
These guys need to be put down. 😉
But you did pick up on it. 😉Dee,
Missed the sarcasm at first...
I saw a video from a security cam based inside the house being constructed. Yes, he went in , but it didn't look like he took anything. In any case, I doubt anyone would be justified for killing somebody, even if they did suspect that he was guilty of burglary.I watched Candace Owens' piece on this issue this morning and according to her piece all is not what it appears to be. The Jogger was seen entering a constuction site/ home that was not his and there is some doubt about him being a jogger at all,he also has a police record and some sort of mental health issues. I know of no one, especially an avid jogger, who jogs in khaki shorts.
The guys who did the shooting were the ones who called 911, I do not imagine if they had intentions of committing murder they would have bothered to call the cops.
I have no idea what happened, but I do not think he was chased down and killed simply because he was black. I agree the shooters took the law into their own hands, but I certainly do not believe it was because he was black.
As far as being the reason Kaepernick was kneeling, I would ask the question, " what has he been doing, or what is he doing to help the black community?" Nothing as far as I can see. He was a publicity hound and used that issue to seek attention. There is much he could be doing, but without cameras and a public platform, it appears he is not motivated to do much.
I have walked into houses under construction too, and I am pleased that I didn't catch a .357 slug for my troubles.. Of course, as Dee pointed out, things can get extra sticky, when the question of "race" comes up, since some folks get very "touchy" when that is a factor..which it should not be.I have walked into houses under construction... I'm glad no one thought that was a death penalty offense. I thought the "official Police" position is you only use deadly force to STOP potential loss of life or serious consequence???? I did not think even the police shot someone "suspected" of robbery. I knew a Los Angeles Sheriff who told me "if you run you get a beat down" but they didn't kill you. I would say if you tackle a man you suspect of robbery, you should be prepared for a fight and a possible beat down - shooting the opponent seems like "over kill "... Maybe if you can't handle a "citizen's arrest" of an unarmed man, physically, you should just wait for the Police????