Didn't Trayvon Martin attack a Hispanic guy and get shot?
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People with personal ties to law enforcement sometimes act as though the law doesn't apply to them.
That behavior just straight up would not happen in my department.
Yeah, well, there are plenty of places it does happen.
Wow you’re a horrible person
I have no Idea what the incident is about but given that it's an exclusive incident (and it didn't hit my radar). I would assume it isn't world shattering.
African-American guy who was jogging in a neighborhood in Georgia, chased by a father and son in their car, ultimately to be shot and killed by that father and son
Okay, so was the motive racism or did they suspected him for a crime? I came to know that the father was a cop
Well, you don’t actually have any right to shoot somebody jogging, even if they suspected him of a crime elsewhere. There’s no aspect of protecting yourself, your own property or whatsoever. Whether they suspect him of a crime is actually quite irrelevant for whether or not the act was despicable.
The father’s motivation was that he looked like someone who burgled a house in their general neighborhood after he was jogging past their house, so they chased him and shot him. Note that there has only been a single burglary and none of that is a reason for killing someone
Yeah, murder is a more serious crime. So was that racism? There are events happening in my country where ordinary people are attacked by the crowd suspecting them to be thieves. But they are not shot as citizens are not allowed to possess guns