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Saint Lucian shot dead after Dallas Officer enters wrong apartment

Discussion in 'The NF Café' started by Cardboard Tube Knight, Sep 7, 2018.

  1. Cardboard Tube Knight Chika is god now.

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    I didn't alter the headline, but lets get one thing straight right away. She wasn't on the job. She was coming home and entered the wrong apartment. His door was unlocked (which I'm sure some asshole here is going to use to make this his fault) and she, thinking someone was in her apartment, just opened fire and killed him.

    The officer part has no bearing on this story really.


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  2. WorkingMoogle Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, not a "police killing" but I would think that she should go to jail for some sort of negligent manslaughter.
     
  3. reiatsuflow Well-Known Member

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    His door was unlocked, so he's not completely innoc-

    -innovative! because uh I don't think it's that creative you know to leave your door unlocked or anything, that's not an innovation. So. Yep.
     
  4. makeoutparadise I will have my revenge

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    Brothers cant even chill at home anymore
     
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  5. GRIMMM

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    This is murder.
     
  6. RavenSupreme Well-Known Member

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    "The family member said that Jean, who is the son of former Permanent Secretary, Alison Jean, was an employee of Pricewater House and lived in a gated community."

    -> No low class
    -> Son of former Ministry of Education staffer
    -> Gated community crime

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    She will end up in jail for sure.
     
  7. Cardboard Tube Knight Chika is god now.

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    I think one cop has gone to jail for these shootings they do. She still has to face a jury who could aquit her.
     
  8. Agent9149 Well-Known Member

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    I just heard about this. It breaks my heart.

    Shoot first ask questions later is the practice of murders not protectors.
     
  9. Soca Kawaii as Fuck Super Moderator

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    That's fucked up but this story is all kinds of flimsy. Especially this

    Her key didn't work but still found her way in and shot the dude up? Makes no sense :hm
     
  10. Agent9149 Well-Known Member

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    Not to give the blue makak any cover, but he must of have left his door unlocked, the key fit in, but she couldn't turn it. (apartments give similar keys) Probably then tried the door handle and it opened.
     
  11. Soca Kawaii as Fuck Super Moderator

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    Another story from here


     
  12. Agent9149 Well-Known Member

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    Now I'm even more pissed off. So his door wasn't unlocked. He opened the door, she got scared and then shot him. This is just like that chinese cop who shot that guy in the stairwell.

    I'll say it again:

    Shoot first, Ask Questions later is the policy of murderers not protectors.
     
  13. sworder    

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    from fox news, witnesses say

    why the fuck would you yell to open up when you think it's your own home?

    it's a bullshit story. send her to prison
     
  14. Detective ★★★★★★★

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    Living at home while black

    ...... smh
     
  15. Skaddix Well-Known Member

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    DEATH PENALTY.
     
  16. wibisana still newbie

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    idk if this is because of she is being evil or incompetence

    either way how someone like her can be police officer in the 1st place
     
  17. Agent9149 Well-Known Member

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    It aint hard to become a police officer
     
  18. Detective ★★★★★★★

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    Fixed for accuracy, as the requirements are not the same for other countries. In fact they are harder.
     
  19. Chie Well-Known Member

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    No it's not. Murder has to be premeditated. This is manslaughter, which is 10 - 20 years.
     
  20. reiatsuflow Well-Known Member

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    What a crazy mistake to make. I walked into the wrong house once when I was 12 or something. Went to visit a friend whose house I had only been to once before, and he lived in an apartment complex. Walked right into the wrong unit calling his name. Some startled woman wrapped in a towel hurried down the stairs looking confused.

    Yeah, that's what they're charging her with.
     
  21. wibisana still newbie

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    it should be harder. better pays and accountability.

    i mean if ordinary dude get 1-3 yrs prison for theft
    cop should get at least 5 yrs
     
  22. Skaddix Well-Known Member

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    What do you think @Chie Guilty or Not for Manslaughter?
     
  23. Agent9149 Well-Known Member

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    There needs to be a whole system change. We need to as a country rethink about what it means to be a police officer, what a police officer can do, what they can't, who can become one, and what training they need.
     
  24. wibisana still newbie

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    yeah. I am under impression that police in US is unwanted job. therefore you will get a lot less-qualified person in there which is really dangerous.
     
  25. RemChu † We're on the borderline †

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  26. reiatsuflow Well-Known Member

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    Must be a really unwanted job. Police in america are in this weird dimension where they're both not being held accountable enough for severe misconduct and also being held way too accountable for bullshit; where they are rarely if ever brought to justice for excessive force and shootings, but they are at the same time inappropriately targeted and harassed for smaller infractions. An officer shooting an armed or threatening person can still become a national headline right alongside another officer who unjustifiably shoots an unarmed person, and both stories will get the same anti cop reactions because people feel angry and frustrated from those police who are never brought to justice for excessive force.

    It's a hostile environment all around.

    People are teaching their kids to run from cops or even fight back. People are recording stops and trying to start trouble. And amidst it all are assholes with badges doing bad shit and never getting the justice they should. Like in our politics right now, assholes on one side are making assholes on the other side that much worse, and since they're all assholes nobody's going to chill.
     
  27. wibisana still newbie

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    that wont be an issue if people know and trust their protector.
    as I said, cop need to get good pay but people should know that cop will be accountable for what they done. i.e. getting higher sentence. if a guardian (cops) break what he suppose to guard (law) it is only fair that the guardian get higher sentence than everyone else.
    also they need to get stricter exam/audition and getting more training.

    if all people know it (cops are professional and competent), they wont be messing to the cop tbh.

    if there is still people messing around with them, and ended up dead, Media and people 1st reaction would be siding on professional cop. what we have now, is everyone knows that cops is systematically corrupt and their manpower is incompetence to say the least
     
  28. Agent9149 Well-Known Member

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    It's not that i's unwanted. IT's that the job attracted people who would not make good cops and the system doesn't try to weed them out. Many good cops are pushed out, punished for pointing out bad and illegal behavior.

    There have been cop departments where the entire force are part of a crime ring. Re-selling drugs, guns. Planting evidence. etc.

    IT's just a mess.
     
  29. wibisana still newbie

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    yeah I know that. What I am saying is maybe that raising the pay (making it more wanted profession) would attract more people with skills and competency, and less racist.

    ofc the system from top to bottom should be reformed i agree with that I just wanna add that
    if enough people applying, there will be competition and options, so the best applicant get the job. with more training that officer will be professional. again ofc this cant be done alone without system cleaning as you mentioned.
     
  30. Sequester Not the hero The Alley needs, but the hero The Alley deserves

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    How inattentive do you have to be to make this mistake?
     
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