posted on Dec, 24 2015 @ 05:29 AM
originally posted by: Shamrock6
The police say the officer exited his vehicle, the subject fled again and the officer gave chase. They wound up in a back yard, where police say a
struggle ensued and the subject was shot.
The deceased's family states he was on medication for schizophrenia and that he was clearly murdered because he would've just gotten in the car if the
officer had asked.
If the deceased would have just gotten in the car had the officer asked politely, how did they both end up in a back yard?
Did they both just haaaaapen to show up in the same back yard, what are the odds of that? Maybe they were both invited to the same BBQ.
Also the deceased was on medication for schizophrenia, what does that have to do with anything? Is that why he ran, or why he committed a crime
earlier in the day?
Other than possibly not being able to understand information and use it to make a decision , and People with the disorder may hear voices other people
don't hear. They may believe other people are reading their minds, controlling their thoughts, or plotting to harm them. This can terrify people with
the illness and make them withdrawn or extremely agitated.( which sounds like 85% of ats) I can not see nor understand how having this illness is an
excuse to act a fool. ( I mean that term loosely), AND if this person DID have BOTH or even ONE of these symptoms why the heck was he out
unsupervised. I'm not saying that mental illness is cause for being kept hidden away, but if some of the symptoms of any kind of illness may cause an
individual to harm themselves or others, they need to not be alone if it is not controlled by medication. which brings me to, if he was out and about
doing whatever it is he does, then someone must not have worried about him and his illness, which may mean it could possibly be safe to say that the
illness was managed by medication ( which they said he was on) .
ok, now the other side
Why did the police officer chase a guy who was running away (supposedly) for such a minor infraction? Maybe it was a slow day and he was bored, it
still falls within his job description, and he was "on the clock" so technically he was doing his job. I'm sorry I really don't have anything else at
the moment to argue this side with. maybe I need more coffee.