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Louisville man receives 18 years for shooting at cops

There are 6 comments on the WHAS11 story from Feb 7, 2012, titled Louisville man receives 18 years for shooting at cops. In it, WHAS11 reports that:

Danta Watts Jr., 22 of Louisville, was sentenced to 18 years in prison Tuesday morning.

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#1 Feb 7, 2012
What a waste to spend your whole life in prison.
Jako Clown

United States

#2 Feb 8, 2012
18 yrs for shooting at cops but a child rapist goes free...lol, this government is a complete and utter nightmare..lord jesus take me home soon, i cannot stand it any longer!!
Simon Girty

Louisville, KY

#3 Feb 8, 2012
But a cop can gun down Timothy Thomas, and all black folks, really, whenever they feel like it, and get no punishment, at all, whatsoever. The US Government murders by the thousands, and that's looked upon with bravery and valor. Those in government only use their power to oppress, and coerce, others to their will, and when they can start to set the adult example of exhausting all peaceful remedies before resorting to violence, it shouldn't be shocking to anybody to see or hear when their subjects are employing the same methods of persuasion that has been thrusted upon them. 18 years is an unusually cruel punishment. Self-preservation is everybody's right. No, it's not right to resort to violence, for anybody. Hey AmeriKKKa, you think it's about time to give peace a chance ?
Jako Clown

United States

#4 Feb 8, 2012
not as long as the people who are in power are gonna stay in power
Simon Girty

Louisville, KY

#6 Feb 8, 2012
True true... elections are coming up soon... let's throw out the incumbents ! Throw out all the bums ! Get the lumpenproletariet enrolled and registered, to vote, the 78%, the vast majority of Kentuckians, who do not vote, need to vote. If you don't vote, you're the problem. Voting is the very least amount one can do to exercise their Civic Rights, and if you ain't voting, then you ain't reading articles on google, you ain't following your politicians, you ain't following your government officials, your so-called representatives, and they are getting away with everything they can get away with, while pushing as much legislation down the throats of their legislative bodies. That's how power works. Absolute power corrupts absolutely.
justAskin

Frankfort, KY

#7 Feb 12, 2012
Simon Girty wrote:
But a cop can gun down Timothy Thomas, and all black folks, really, whenever they feel like it, and get no punishment, at all, whatsoever. The US Government murders by the thousands, and that's looked upon with bravery and valor. Those in government only use their power to oppress, and coerce, others to their will, and when they can start to set the adult example of exhausting all peaceful remedies before resorting to violence, it shouldn't be shocking to anybody to see or hear when their subjects are employing the same methods of persuasion that has been thrusted upon them. 18 years is an unusually cruel punishment. Self-preservation is everybody's right. No, it's not right to resort to violence, for anybody. Hey AmeriKKKa, you think it's about time to give peace a chance ?
gunning down blacks preserves peace and thins down the weakest of the intellectual herd.

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