posted on Jul, 13 2015 @ 06:42 AM
a reply to: FlyingFox
Im sorry, but two wrongs does not make a right. At the beginning yea, he was speaking calmly and I understand his frustration because the
representatives didnt seem like they were hearing him. (I would get mad too if I got ignored.) However, when he approached the woman to see the
computer where he was accused of touching the staff member, this is where I feel he went wrong.
Woman: "You just put your hands on one of our staff members and that's inappropriate."
Him: "Your staff members put their hands on the public and that is inappropriate."
While he did make a point and stated a truth. (I am assuming he was speaking about the way police are handling situations these days through
brutality.) He went about it the wrong way and tried to justify the brief touch by stating the above quote. From what I saw in the video, he got up
to confirm something as someone said "You are welcome to see it". In a way this was an invitation to see something. I didn't see anything really
inappropriate, nor sexual that caused the woman to call him out.
However he probably used the accusation of something that was unintentional and saw opportunity to make a point. But again the way he said it made
him seem a bit arrogant and that is where he lost.
As for the shooting itself. After getting pummeled like that, the officer saw him as violent. The guy is extremely lucky that the officer didn't
keep shooting. I give credit to him for not continuing to shoot, things would have been far worse.
The man lost this battle completely the moment he pummeled the officer. He lost all credibility at that point.
Were the staff members guilty aswell? Both are to blame.