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originally posted by: neo96
Nothing says 'justice' like milking the public for 75 million dollars of tax payer dollars.
originally posted by: SlapMonkey
a reply to: theNLBS
I don't KNOW--that the officer's actions led to his death.
BUT, you seem to have a tendency in these recent cases to confuse opinion with facts. You call the act "murder," yet, it's only "murder" if a jury convicts someone when evidence has been shown in court to have satisfied all of the elements of the charge.
originally posted by: theNLBS
With all the media hype surrounding the Staten Island Grand Jury's decision not to indict NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo in the strangulation death of Eric Garner, we wondered if there was anything we could add. After a deeper look, there most certainly is! Many have cited the NYPD's Broken Windows Policing policies and the fact that Eric Garner was supposedly selling loosie cigarettes as a lame rationale for the confrontation. Not only did we discover that a detailed 8-year old study has proven that Broken Windows Policing doesn't work, but also that the NYPD selectively applies when and where they do it. And if that wasn't enough, we found officer Daniel Pantaleo smiling and waving at the camera, just minutes after he killed Eric Garner.
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originally posted by: neo96
I am curious about something.
How can the SAME legal system that let OJ loose be rigged against AA's ?
originally posted by: Tardacus
if you won`t accept the grand jury`s decision and move on then you`re basically saying that you don`t support our system of due process,without due process we would have anarchy.
when you commit a crime and then resist arrest you have accepted responsibility for whatever might happen to you.
if you value your life then you won`t put it at risk by committing crimes and resisting arrest.
when you choose to cross the line and become involved in criminal activity, one of the occupational hazards is that you might be killed.
originally posted by: Hefficide
a reply to: neo96
If you're implying that I get my information solely from ATS, then I need to let you know that is not the case. As far as trusting the Grand Jury and Prosecutor?
Neo... when did you become a fan of Big Brother?
The grand jury most likely ruled the way they did. Because the evidence could not substaniate the 'choke hold' was the cause of death.
The cops had no way of knowing Garners underlying health conditions.
Garner did 'resist'. All he had to do was comply with the LEO's orders as required by law.
Hell a medical alert bracelet, and necklace could have saved that guys life.
originally posted by: ausername
Now would be an excellent time for one of those ATS polls.
Do you believe there was enough evidence in this case for an indictment?
Was this case worthy of a criminal trial?... Etc