Originally Posted by winston
The second one is totally reasonable to the degree that nothing else need be said. The first one is true in that Wilson was
just doing his job and his job is
of importance to the community, and this remains the case regardless of the rioting and the looting (not to mention the white shitlib protesters).
There is always a certain level of collective responsibility in these stories..
The They and us mentality is exactly what is happening now (looting and so on)...
There is no excuse for the looting by the way..
A guy stole a box of cigarillos which is theft but the Policeman chased them and shot him with 6 bullets...
A bit of common sense here.
Was it really worth the death of a young robber ,nights of destruction and unrest, more mistrust between the two communities, more tension somewhere else in the country creating potentially more Fergusons?
Think about it two seconds.
The officer could have called back up or many better different options than creating that very explosive situation.
He has a duty to the community .Edited by lasbar - 11/28/14 at 5:25am