Wisconsin Cop will not be charged

Yet another case where a White policeman, suspected of having killed a Black man in cold blood, will not be charged.   I was impressed by Ismael Ozanne, the D.A., because he knows very well he’s facing a lot of angry people in Madison.  He laid out the situation very carefully and methodically.

I also heard a Black man interviewed who said “Why didn’t the cop tase instead of kill?”  I kind of agreed with him until FOX had a detective on who said he’d tried that, too, in his work, but when people are that hopped up on drugs they oftentimes aren’t at all affected by a taser.  The perp could have turned the gun on the officer and others around.  That was an eye opener, and made sense.   Come to think of it, I had a dentist once tell me that they find novacaine doesn’t work when patients are stressed out.  Interesting connection, isn’t it.


I felt such a sigh of relief for Officer Kenny.  It can’t be easy to know you’ve been the ’cause’ of someone’s death, legal or not legal.  May God give him comfort and keep him safe after this ‘verdict.’


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10 Responses to Wisconsin Cop will not be charged

  1. silverfiddle says:

    Here we go again… Are the Ivy League communist agitators going to infiltrate and try to burn down Madison?

    Any violent interaction with the police is bound to end badly for the perp. Police are given wide latitude under the law, and for good reason: They don’t know who they are interacting with, state of mind, capabilities or how the person is armed. Because of their unique position in society where it is there duty to engage such people they must use maximum caution within the context of the situation. A person can tear your guts out with a small pen knife easily concealed in their palm.


  2. Imp says:

    Watch…the riots will start soon…the college tree hugging loons with their commie perfessers in Madison ( a den of morons and socialists ) will get them all fired up. They have a template that was forged in Ferguson, worked in Baltimore, New York, Philly…and now Madison. Which I truly hope…they burn down to the ground. Does Madison even have any blacks in residence? I mean….I’ve always thought it as a true wonderbread state? They’ll surely never run out of white socialists and masked anarchists wearing masks of course.


  3. geeez2014 says:

    I was surprised the crowds listening to the DA were so calm when he FINALLY got around to saying ‘No charges’…….Very surprised. Tomorrow’s supposed to be a ‘black out’ in honor of the perp who apparently is a drug addict and crazed freak but deserving of honoring him like that. Go figure.


  4. Imp says:

    @Z…maybe Obummer will attend this one personally…or send the first mooch….who’s been all prepped up on “racism” from her speech at Tuskegee?


  5. geeez2014 says:

    attend what, Imp?


  6. Imp says:

    @Z…the memorial, sendoff , funeral for this guy? Where he can make a speech about how tough it is for black criminals when faced by police?


  7. Imp says:

    This will blow your mind. This is the mental gymnastics of convoluted thinking that’s prevalent in Baltimore.

    “An activist Baltimore pastor blamed economic “disenfranchisement” Monday for the riots that consumed his city late April, and complained there was only one business big enough for looters to destroy.

    In an appearance on MSNBC’s “The Ed Show,” the Rev. Jamal Bryant said the biggest problem with the “uprising” was the rioters “could only find one anchor store in that neighborhood” to destroy.

    Bryant was referring to the CVS store that was looted and burned on live television during April’s violent clashes between rioters and police, and seemed to be curiously despondent over the fact that there wasn’t more to burn.

    He compared what he called the “humble estimate of $25 million worth of damage” to Baltimore with the $113 million it cost to rebuild Washington D.C. after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

    “The focal point of the uprising in Baltimore has been one store, a CVS store. Whereas in those riots in 1968 or the uprising that happened in Los Angeles in 1992, you’re talking about blocks. And so really, comparatively, it’s a very small number. But it’s been blown grossly out of proportion,” Bryant said.

    “What it really says to is how much disenfranchisement is taking place, that they could only find one anchor store in that neighborhood, and in that community. And that’s what the community is crying out, almost like Freddie Gray did in the back of that police vehicle to no aid, no assistance.

    “We need jobs, we need business, we need opportunities.”

    Bryant’s comments on Baltimore do ultimately hit the heart of the matter. A lack of economic opportunity in a city that has been ruled by Democrats for over 50 years is a huge problem.

    Chances are, the riots aren’t going to change that.


  8. geeez2014 says:

    Imp…I suppose there’ll be some send off…he died in March, so I’m sure the funeral is over by now.

    The riots will only be effective in changing ANY city of minorities when their own leaders start really doing something to promote that city, to bring business in and not tax it to death, to train people for the work, to have school choice, to stop giving entitlements so people finally feel what it’s like to do a good day’s work….ya, like that’s going to happen.


  9. lisa says:

    We must also keep in mind that 39 of America’s finest have been killed in the line of duty so far this year.


  10. When someone comes at you, you kill them.
    Then you agonize.
    Then you get a lawyer.
    And a bankruptcy attorney.


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