Originally posted by 0zzymand0s
What "crazy comments?"
I have it on good authority she said "Who in their right mind would eat 'Members Mark Pizza' at this price anyway, when they can get the real thing
made fresh for about the same damned price? Why am I pushing this crap, it tastes like cardboard!"
I am concerned that the officers story simply doesn't add up, when balanced against the witness statement that she was calm, and that her "crazy
"Why am I serving samples of a pizza we can't sell?"
To american's who haven't had their fill of 'legal' murders lately,
That's prime fighting talk, so they had to murder her,
I mean how else is america supposed to keep up its body count?
It takes a special sort of murderer to get the yearly body count up to FOURTEEN THOUSAND.
The attitude of 80% of Americans truly sickens me,
No person should have the right to murder others!
Take guns away from the many now!
Only special police units should carry firearms,
The general idiotic public (the ones who try to justify murder) should have NO access to firearms,
A few simple rules to bring America in line with the civilised world
If you can't agree that murder is wrong,
Then you are just as bad as the murderer's who do it!
Except the media has not done its job, and have instead reported vague generalities for 4 days.
The problem is we have a 20 page thread full of people who have remarked over and over that the dead woman said or did something to provoke this
reaction, and / or the officers reactions were reasonable.
Both may be true, but we will never know if our standard for knowing is:
"An unnamed witness reported she was holding a knife and saying crazy things."
edit on 5-6-2013 by 0zzymand0s because: (no reason
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