Bodycam Released After DC Officers Fatally Shoot Man


Locutus
#1
I'm guessing it was something to do with this wackjob pointing a gun (pellet or otherwise) at police.

I could be wrong tho'.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/local...8bc_story.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YU1OvaDxpw


 
Tecumsehsbones
#2
Joseph Houseman, 63, stood in his pajama pants in front of a Kalamazoo Dairy Queen with a rifle, yelling at passersby. People called 911 and when police arrived, they tried to talk to him. He gave them the middle finger and grabbed his crotch. When one of the cops asked him to put the gun down, he told him he was “acting like a prick”. Did he die? Nope. Not even arrested. They took his gun, but gave it back to him the next day. Hmmm, wonder why....

On Wednesday, the same day that Philando Castile was killed by police in Minnesota, Conrad Richard Barrera allegedly robbed someone at gunpoint in Pocatello, Idaho. Police showed up to break up the armed scuffle and he was arrested a short time later in a nearby trailer park.

Robert Dear, 58, was arrested last November, after a five-hour standoff in a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic. He had a duffle bag full of rifles and handguns. He wore a homemade bullet-proof vest reinforced with coins. Two civilians were killed, four others were shot. A police officer was killed, five other officers were shot. Dear, however, is alive and uninjured.

Dylan Roof, suspected of gunning down nine people during their Bible study in a church in Charleston, was captured in a traffic stop without incident last summer. He was armed when he was arrested. He was so hungry when he was captured, police went out and bought a burger to offer him a little nosh.

I wonder what these four had in common.
 
Mowich
#3
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

Joseph Houseman, 63, stood in his pajama pants in front of a Kalamazoo Dairy Queen with a rifle, yelling at passersby. People called 911 and when police arrived, they tried to talk to him. He gave them the middle finger and grabbed his crotch. When one of the cops asked him to put the gun down, he told him he was “acting like a prick”. Did he die? Nope. Not even arrested. They took his gun, but gave it back to him the next day. Hmmm, wonder why....

On Wednesday, the same day that Philando Castile was killed by police in Minnesota, Conrad Richard Barrera allegedly robbed someone at gunpoint in Pocatello, Idaho. Police showed up to break up the armed scuffle and he was arrested a short time later in a nearby trailer park.

Robert Dear, 58, was arrested last November, after a five-hour standoff in a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic. He had a duffle bag full of rifles and handguns. He wore a homemade bullet-proof vest reinforced with coins. Two civilians were killed, four others were shot. A police officer was killed, five other officers were shot. Dear, however, is alive and uninjured.

Dylan Roof, suspected of gunning down nine people during their Bible study in a church in Charleston, was captured in a traffic stop without incident last summer. He was armed when he was arrested. He was so hungry when he was captured, police went out and bought a burger to offer him a little nosh.

I wonder what these four had in common.

Instead of being met by trigger-happy cops they were finally brought to custody by well-trained and disciplined police officers. Or, they are all white.
 
pgs
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

Joseph Houseman, 63, stood in his pajama pants in front of a Kalamazoo Dairy Queen with a rifle, yelling at passersby. People called 911 and when police arrived, they tried to talk to him. He gave them the middle finger and grabbed his crotch. When one of the cops asked him to put the gun down, he told him he was “acting like a prick”. Did he die? Nope. Not even arrested. They took his gun, but gave it back to him the next day. Hmmm, wonder why....

On Wednesday, the same day that Philando Castile was killed by police in Minnesota, Conrad Richard Barrera allegedly robbed someone at gunpoint in Pocatello, Idaho. Police showed up to break up the armed scuffle and he was arrested a short time later in a nearby trailer park.

Robert Dear, 58, was arrested last November, after a five-hour standoff in a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic. He had a duffle bag full of rifles and handguns. He wore a homemade bullet-proof vest reinforced with coins. Two civilians were killed, four others were shot. A police officer was killed, five other officers were shot. Dear, however, is alive and uninjured.

Dylan Roof, suspected of gunning down nine people during their Bible study in a church in Charleston, was captured in a traffic stop without incident last summer. He was armed when he was arrested. He was so hungry when he was captured, police went out and bought a burger to offer him a little nosh.

I wonder what these four had in common.

They were all spun to meet a narrative .