Police Fatally Shoot Unarmed Black Te...

Police Fatally Shoot Unarmed Black Teenager; Outraged Town Protests

There are 182 comments on the Mediaite.com story from Aug 9, 2014, titled Police Fatally Shoot Unarmed Black Teenager; Outraged Town Protests. In it, Mediaite.com reports that:

A city in the St. Louis metropolitan area has become incredibly tense after local police reportedly shot and killed an unarmed teenager on Saturday afternoon.

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Huh

Bluefield, WV

#1 Aug 10, 2014
Yeah. One less beast.

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squeezers

“Deport them all deport Now”

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The Woods

#2 Aug 10, 2014
If police Fatally Shoot Unarmed White Teenager it wouldn't even be talked about. And you wouldn't see a bunch of white people taking it to the streets. And no doubt he was looking for trouble and he found it. Sounds like martin doesn't it?

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Bo Knows

New Haven, CT

#3 Aug 10, 2014
Another boon bites the dust..

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Roger

Denver, NC

#4 Aug 10, 2014
If you are fool enough to attack an officer then you should be stopped. Whatever it takes! The negros always wine when they are corrected.

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simon

Ripley, WV

#5 Aug 10, 2014
yeah they look for a reason to riot so they can lud stores tired of them ill take the border trash over them

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squeezers

“Deport them all deport Now”

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#9 Aug 11, 2014
simon wrote:
yeah they look for a reason to riot so they can lud stores tired of them ill take the border trash over them
It's unfortunate that blacks are Americans I hate to say it but they are. Border trash are illegal and the government can do something to stop it but wont. America is quickly becoming an Hispanic country. But you're right they are somewhat better than black.

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Since: Aug 14

Prairie Village, KS

#10 Aug 11, 2014
Too much my friend got shot last nite at Mobil gas station buying pack of cigarettes he was white gunman was black robbed and said remember trayvon and then shot him why nothing on news for this tell me my friend is at slu in the icu

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endthepolicestat e

Knoxville, TN

#11 Aug 11, 2014
The officer confronted the teen, the teen did not confront the officer. A well-armed, trained adult against an unarmed 18 year old boy. Sound fair?

The police are the aggressors. They initiate these incidents. If the officer had minded his own business, this would have never happened. But police officers are paid to stick their noses in other people's business. So things like this happen. Even if it's just about walking on the sidewalk.

Now the judicial branch will do all they can to paint a negative picture of the youth and a positive picture of the officer so they can bail out their law enforcement buddy. Government is on government's side.

If it had been anyone other than a police officer they would have been in handcuffs or in jail.

The kid is in a casket. The officer is on a paid vacation.

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wiley coyote

Saint Charles, MO

#13 Aug 11, 2014
i heard it was an african american that shot the brown child
bob

United States

#14 Aug 11, 2014
endthepolicestate wrote:
The officer confronted the teen, the teen did not confront the officer. A well-armed, trained adult against an unarmed 18 year old boy. Sound fair?
The police are the aggressors. They initiate these incidents. If the officer had minded his own business, this would have never happened. But police officers are paid to stick their noses in other people's business. So things like this happen. Even if it's just about walking on the sidewalk.
Now the judicial branch will do all they can to paint a negative picture of the youth and a positive picture of the officer so they can bail out their law enforcement buddyf. Government is on government's side.
If it had been anyone other than a police officer they would have been in handcuffs or in jail.
The kid is in a casket. The officer is on a paid vacation.
so you chooseto just totally dismiss any reason the officer had for "confronting" the teen? If he was committing a crime or behaving suspiciously the officer should just ignore it? Dumbass went for the cops gun, got shot. That is all. Then a bunch of filthy scum yardapes looted and burned their own filthy neighborhod, embarrassing their better cousins.

“Just watching the show & LOL..”

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#15 Aug 11, 2014
He di-int du nuffin! So says his gang banger homie wif all the gang tat's on his neck.
jabo

Elizabeth, WV

#16 Aug 11, 2014
endthepolicestate wrote:
The officer confronted the teen, the teen did not confront the officer. A well-armed, trained adult against an unarmed 18 year old boy. Sound fair?
The police are the aggressors. They initiate these incidents. If the officer had minded his own business, this would have never happened. But police officers are paid to stick their noses in other people's business. So things like this happen. Even if it's just about walking on the sidewalk.
Now the judicial branch will do all they can to paint a negative picture of the youth and a positive picture of the officer so they can bail out their law enforcement buddy. Government is on government's side.
If it had been anyone other than a police officer they would have been in handcuffs or in jail.
The kid is in a casket. The officer is on a paid vacation.
who cares he ask for it he got it' you dont fight the cops and try to get his gun' how stupit is this guy' well we wont know no he be dead' they all try this and you have to kill one they ask why idiot thugs'
Im The Uno

Lees Summit, MO

#17 Aug 11, 2014
endthepolicestate wrote:
The officer confronted the teen, the teen did not confront the officer. A well-armed, trained adult against an unarmed 18 year old boy. Sound fair?
The police are the aggressors. They initiate these incidents. If the officer had minded his own business, this would have never happened. But police officers are paid to stick their noses in other people's business. So things like this happen. Even if it's just about walking on the sidewalk.
Now the judicial branch will do all they can to paint a negative picture of the youth and a positive picture of the officer so they can bail out their law enforcement buddy. Government is on government's side.
If it had been anyone other than a police officer they would have been in handcuffs or in jail.
The kid is in a casket. The officer is on a paid vacation.
I wonder if he had a bag of skittles~:)

Sol

Since: Jan 08

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#18 Aug 11, 2014
endthepolicestate wrote:
The kid is in a casket. The officer is on a paid vacation.

THE year 's at the spring,
And day 's at the morn;
Morning 's at seven;
The hill-side 's dew-pearl'd;
The lark 's on the wing;
The snail 's on the thorn;
God 's in His heaven—
All 's right with the world!

('Pippa's Song', Robert Browning. 1812–1889)
wiley coyote

Ballwin, MO

#19 Aug 11, 2014
i bet the poor kid never even had a record,and was never in trouble as a juvenile either!!!!!ill bet he was dirty.
Kathy

Overland Park, KS

#20 Aug 11, 2014
If and I do mean if this cop was in the wrong and killed this kid not out of necessity to protect himself, I think those who did the rioting should make him suffer and pay. I think an ultimate form of justice would be appropriate. Of course, it would absolutely have to be known for sure that the cop did shoot and kill the kid for no reason. I can't stress that enough. But if the cop was in the wrong, I don't know whether those people should just kill him or if they should fuck him up in such a way he'll live with it the rest of his life. If he is guilty and they did kill him, I think causing him pain and suffering for at least a little bit, maybe up to a few hours, would be in order before putting him out of his misery. If they decided to let him live and punish him in a way he would have to live with the rest of his life, there are a variety of things they could do. One idea is that they could cut the hands he shot the kid with off and destroy his knee caps or do whatever is necessary to leave him in a wheelchair the rest of his life. Of course, this is if he is in fact guilty. And either well, whether they kill or disable him, I think they should explain to him exactly what he did wrong the whole time. This would also serve to warn other cops that their actions have consequences and that they won't get away with wrongdoing. If the kid was guilty and struggling for the cops gun and the cop killed him to protect himself, then the kid got what he deserved. If he cop shot the kid to protect himself and was safe after that but shot him and killed him out of anger and rage, then spending the rest of his life *might* be enough punishment, but I'd still be leaning toward the sort of punishment I described above even in that scenario.
Mike

Bakersfield, CA

#21 Aug 11, 2014
Talk about Gorilla in the Mist.It never seize to amaze me that certain group of people and yes I am talking about Blacks and some others races. Who seems to take advantage of a tragedy of a young man dying and starts stealing, rioting. Most could not give a damn about anything else. From Rodney King to what happen to this young man. Who is involved in the rioting and stealing.

Why aren't blacks say something about that putting down the stealing. Of course the riots and stealing is because of the death of a young man. It's just an excuse.

I don't consider myself a racist but you have to look at the facts. Has there ever been a black cop that shot and killed a white kid and whites was in the streets rioting and stealing, breaking into stores.

The so called witnesses who saw what took place didn't see it from the start most likely. And no one can put themselves in the officers place. It is very possible that he reacted out of fear and defense. However if the officer did it out of reckless intent then let it go through the courts, and I hope he gets everything that is coming to him.

So when you watch the evening news, and the Gorilla's come out from the cages, take note who they are and what are they doing. It isn't because of the tragedy.

Oh one other thing did everyone see the gang sign that was shown in one of the pictures of the young man. Wouldn't you like to know his history?
mike

Akron, OH

#22 Aug 12, 2014
blacks look for any excuse to get something free.
tomasso

Port Lavaca, TX

#23 Aug 12, 2014
Get rid of all deez poach monkeez!!!!
Huh

Bluefield, WV

#24 Aug 12, 2014
Kathy wrote:
If and I do mean if this cop was in the wrong and killed this kid not out of necessity to protect himself, I think those who did the rioting should make him suffer and pay. I think an ultimate form of justice would be appropriate. Of course, it would absolutely have to be known for sure that the cop did shoot and kill the kid for no reason. I can't stress that enough. But if the cop was in the wrong, I don't know whether those people should just kill him or if they should fuck him up in such a way he'll live with it the rest of his life. If he is guilty and they did kill him, I think causing him pain and suffering for at least a little bit, maybe up to a few hours, would be in order before putting him out of his misery. If they decided to let him live and punish him in a way he would have to live with the rest of his life, there are a variety of things they could do. One idea is that they could cut the hands he shot the kid with off and destroy his knee caps or do whatever is necessary to leave him in a wheelchair the rest of his life. Of course, this is if he is in fact guilty. And either well, whether they kill or disable him, I think they should explain to him exactly what he did wrong the whole time. This would also serve to warn other cops that their actions have consequences and that they won't get away with wrongdoing. If the kid was guilty and struggling for the cops gun and the cop killed him to protect himself, then the kid got what he deserved. If he cop shot the kid to protect himself and was safe after that but shot him and killed him out of anger and rage, then spending the rest of his life *might* be enough punishment, but I'd still be leaning toward the sort of punishment I described above even in that scenario.
I would agree with you if every time one of these ni$$ers steals you cut their hands off. Every time one of them kills you kill it. Everytime one rapes you kill it.

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