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originally posted by: SlapMonkey
a reply to: Bone75
I'm with you on this one. Sure, it's possible the LEO acted unprofessionally and inappropriately--we all know that this happens--but there are just too many things wrong with the stories I've been able to find on this incident for me to (a) think we have the whole story, and (b) to find anything on it from an unbiased source.
Calls to LEOs often start out with good intentions but then go terribly wrong for one reason or another. I can't make an intelligent assessment on this when we only have a one-sided story.
originally posted by: Bone75
originally posted by: westcoast
What is FACT however, is that in 2006, she stabbed her boyfriend in the chest during an argument and nearly killed him. Link to article
"Why ya'll gotta be bringin up ole sh!t" lol
That's how the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal chose to present the story of Amy Bishop, a former college professor who eventually pleaded guilty to killing three colleagues and wounding three others at a faculty meeting in 2010.
And that's the headline AL.com ran about the shooting death of a 25-year-old black man in Alabama earlier this year.
This is how the Staten Island Advance covered the case of Eric Bellucci, a mentally ill New York man who allegedly killed his parents.
Meanwhile, NBC News ran this headline during ongoing coverage of the Trayvon Martin killing.
This Fox News headline quoted friends shocked that 15-year-old Jared Michael Padgett had entered his high school heavily armed and killed a classmate, injured a teacher and took his own life.
But in Florida, this headline in the Ledger focused on a police account that made the death of a black 19-year-old seem somehow expected, or at least unsurprising.
In the wake of the mass shooting in Santa Barbara, California, earlier this year, the Whittier Daily News offered a headline showing one man's disbelief that Elliot Rodger could have committed such a crime.
Earlier this month, the New York Daily News ran this headline, carrying comments by the Ohio attorney general that appeared to defend police after killing a black man at a Walmart.
This was the headline given to an Associated Press story at Mlive.com about an Ohio teen who later pleaded guilty to a school shooting in which three students were killed and two were wounded.
But when an unarmed father of two was killed by a police officer while entering a vehicle that contained his own children, the Los Angeles Times served up this claim from officials.