Yes send a BLM representative with the cops that would be brilliant!What I would support is adding a mental health (etc) professional to go along with the police, with the agreed understanding that the police will defer as much as they possibly can to their advice, but still be there if someone is about to get hurt or killed. There is almost always a "balanced" policy that most people could agree on...but unfortunately in politics too many things are framed in the more extreme, so we can't get anything done.
Prior to this COVID BS, the US had a HUGE advantage as far as being able to get what you want quickly. Internet service is superior as well and just about anything in the commercial area...
The quest to excessively require evermore documentation, such as a body-cam, to prove either "X" or "Y" is leading us into a morass of minutia. Documentation, unfortunately, is subject to abusive manipulation by corrupt people having an agenda. You may have thought you saw "X" but the documentation may have been organized in a manner to "prove" "Y". Reality simply degenerates into an illusion.Body-cams serve no purpose might as well get rid of them.
Interesting to hear that perspective. I know money can assist in quality of life, but many other factors are in the mix too. I know that some Europeans talk about their culture having more depth and history compared to the US, but I do not know if the US citizens feel simlarly or not.Prior to this COVID BS, the US had a HUGE advantage as far as being able to get what you want quickly. Internet service is superior as well and just about anything in the commercial area...
That being said, the Spaniards (I lived there too) and Italians just enjoyed day-to-day life better. Much happier and less drama. I ne could argue that I did not live as they did since I had US income to live on and I could always pull the plug and go back - and they would not be wrong. Even so, I do not think I am wrong. Europeans as a whole just seemed to have more fun and celebrated life more.
Thats how I saw it anyway!
.An eyewitness to the ambush attack on two Los Angeles County deputy sheriffs mocked the wounded cops and quipped that they were “aired out,” a troubling video posted on Twitter shows.
That would make about as much sense as if people thought that what they saw in the infamous British tabloids, was "culture".what we see on TV news about the USA is culture
Just past the 5 minute point of the video, Carlson delves into that point. The potential jurists are being intimidated by the mob. Whether the members of the jury cave of not is not known at this time. But with the emergence of "cancel culture", we have seen too many people cave under this type of intimidation. It would be unfortunate for out judicial system if the jury determines that Chauvin is guilty as an appeasement to the mob and not based on the facts.Do you think it is possible for the cop involved to get a fair trial?
That is an irony with the "left" wing motto of "No justice, No peace". "Justice" in not based on the rule-of-law (our judicial system), but on the political agenda of the "left" wing extremists. Based on similar verdicts in the past, were the police person involved was not found guilty, there will be more rioting and deaths.Do you think there will be riots and more death if they find him not guilty of murder?
Do you think it is possible for the cop involved to get a fair trial?
The city's settlement comes five days into the criminal trial of the officer accused of killing Floyd.www.buzzfeednews.com