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  1. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    There is a lot of money sloshing around after the 4-homes founder started BLM. They took in something like $10 billion last year. I was astonished when I found out. Imagine the propaganda you can spread with that sort of money. Imagine if she went into politics and got elected president. Whites...
  2. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    Let me go remove mine from my car... :rolleyes:
  3. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    Wasn't aware of that. Daunte had bail set at $100,000. Who paid it, I have no idea! Unless no one did. Not sure how it works over there.
  4. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    If all blacks became Republicans, they will then believe in adhering to the family unit! Fatherless families are one of the biggest factors regarding poverty, regardless of your skin colour. Come over to our side, we are nice really!
  5. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    I agree with you. Reckless headlines that will lead to more death and carnage. In Minnesota, they have very strong laws regarding the bail system.
  6. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    I would say stop doing the things that put you into frequent contact with the police, such as committing crimes, and then resisting arrest which further exacerbates the problem.
  7. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    Funnily enough, that lawyer YouTube channel I linked you to talked about this. Apparently, people are often getting pulled over for the air fresheners thing. And then it is can be used to move further up the chain of potential offences. "Hmmm, I can smell drugs." etc. I haven't seen the article...
  8. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    According to the link I provided, it is compulsory, not rarely applied. Source: https://www.myminnesotadefenselawyer.com/criminal-offenses/failure-to-appear/
  9. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    Let me fact-check it for you. Wait, no need. Because the source I linked to and quoted already said, "as well" as the fine. See below: So again, this is in direct contradiction to your claim. It is not OR and it is mandatory, not rarely applied according to the source, which is a criminal...
  10. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    Exactly.
  11. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    Could easily be sleep depravation if she was sleeping next to a snorer! Or just human error for no explanable reason, to which we are all prone. What doesn't help is that when you see a case where it is clearly an accident, you get Kamala Harris accusing the police force of systemic racism...
  12. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    If the allegations were true, it sounded like Daunte was a nasty piece of work. The lady he choked while mugging her let him stay the night at her place after a party. Kind gesture. In return, he chokes her in an attempt to get her money, and then chokes her again later on. Fox News...
  13. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    Asking for trouble.
  14. Jon

    The Covid cure has arrived!

    That head-in-a-jar thing is so funny!
  15. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    That is very true. I think I am up to either 4 or 5 prominent cases in the last year. Avoid crime, don't fight with police, enjoy your life.
  16. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    I just looked up Probable Cause... Source: Wikepedia In other words, probably true, even for a cautious person.
  17. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    You're assuming that the prosecutors case in the Chauvin trial is true, before hearing the defences case. Daunte may be innocent, we will never know. Reasonable minds are likely to believe that he was probably guilty, given the fact pattern of an allegation of robbery, skipping bail and...
  18. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    For anyone who is interested, this is the court document: Source: https://www.the-sun.com/news/2697094/daunte-wright-allegedly-choked-woman-steal-money/ Another interesting thing is that 95% of burglaries are not solved in the UK. So I assume it is similar in other countries. Given that...
  19. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    Like the cop who shot Daunte? Like with Chauvin? How about OJ? All soon-to-be criminals start off with the presumption of innocence before being tried and then convicted. Why would an innocent man skip court? Why did he also violate his bail conditions last year? Do innocent people fight with...
  20. Jon

    Riots in Minneapolis

    What do you class as a little voice? The Democrat party constantly talking about race? A black President? A black vice-president? Liberal channels talking about race constantly all day? Is that what you class as "a little voice in the society."? Source...
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