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nova

nova

Member Since 08 Dec 2009
Offline Last Active Today, 09:14 PM

In Topic: Magnolia State Thread - The Jimmies, They Rustle

Today, 09:02 AM

View PostForwardRebels, on 19 August 2014 - 03:22 PM, said:

Nor in being a lawyer, so it's a moot point.

Says you :P

http://dilbert.com/b...try/ltoe_ratio/

In Topic: so a cop in St Louis killed a kid and we are on day 2 of the riots.

Yesterday, 08:53 PM

View PostBooger, on 19 August 2014 - 08:39 PM, said:


Doesn't it seem odd to you that they just release pieces of information every few days that completely change the story, almost as if they're purposely trying to divide opinions.

The whole got damn thing looks and smells fishy to me.

It's inexplicable to me just like a lot of the police response.  

Like I said earlier nobody comes out of this one looking good.

Peaceful protesters are tainted by the violent among them and the police look like a bunch of Jack booted thugs.

In Topic: so a cop in St Louis killed a kid and we are on day 2 of the riots.

Yesterday, 07:55 PM

View PostNextYearIsHere, on 19 August 2014 - 07:33 PM, said:


I just heard that the rest of the tape shows him paying for the cigars and if he did steal them, why was there no report or 911 call of it?

Smells fishy

I could swear I read somewhere that the clerk didn't call the police but a 3rd party did which is strange itself...

In Topic: so a cop in St Louis killed a kid and we are on day 2 of the riots.

Yesterday, 07:53 PM

View PostNeil Caudle is Superman, on 19 August 2014 - 02:08 PM, said:


It doesn't matter what he was stopped for. If he attacked the officer and tried to take his gun like other officers have alleged, then the officer had the justification to shoot him.

my point about what he was stopped for is simply that the officer had no knowledge of the alleged robbery and assault so it can't be used against brown. In other words you cant claim the officer was dealing with someone he knew to be a suspect in a violent crime and therefore automatically deserving of a higher force level. Some people have made that argument.

View PostBooger, on 19 August 2014 - 04:23 PM, said:


You're right that he wasn't stopped for suspicion of robbery or assault or because he just robbed and assaulted a store clerk.

What this video does in the large scheme of things is debunk the "young, innocent, black gentle giant" storyline.

You know, the storyline that's caused these riots.

No the storyline that caused the riots is that he was shot in the back while running away, a story given by his potential partner in the alleged robbery.  

The point that the PD screwed the pooch was letting that be the only story for 3 to 4 days. If they had gotten ahead of it with their side of things about him being shot while advancing on the officer after assaulting the officer I dare say this would have turned out differently.

In Topic: The 50th Anniversary Of The Ruger 10/22

Yesterday, 01:25 PM

I've got one.  I love it.  Too bad I can't afford to shoot it any more...

I hope to get a suppressor that will do dual duty between it and my P22 before long...