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originally posted by: Grovit
originally posted by: jimmyx
c'mon....can't anyone admit that the black guy was near the shop when the cop went by, and thus the cop automatically thought that he was suspicious.
wont admit it cause it didnt happen
The sheriff said that before McKean was questioned, a business owner called 911,
originally posted by: AgentSmith
You'd have to be a dimwit to watch this video and fall for it, but it sounds like that's exactly what happened to a lot of people after it was shared online. So obviously a setup and how convenient that the guy cuts the video short, even as it stands in it's truncated versions the only 'evidence' of discrimination is to the usual hysterical mob of social justice freaks.
Sick of watching this crap when there are real injustices, I'm really starting to think that if this sort of thing and even Mike Brown, etc is the best 'evidence' then there isn't actually a problem, or at least it's NOT with the cops.
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: captaintyinknots
Ok you know what. Just go on believing this was an abuse in power. You are clearly the only one and just can't let it go, but fine if that is what you want to believe, go ahead. I don't care anymore. This is such a non-issue to me that I don't even want to argue with you anymore. Maybe we'll talk again in a REAL police abuse of authority thread.