Michael S. Rozeff
Lew Rockwell Blog
February 28, 2014
This video shows a line of police, looking like a firing squad, that opens fire on a man at some distance from them, not attacking them or anyone else. Their shots kill him. The murder occurs 1 minute into the video.
No criminal charges have been brought against these despicable killers. The Department of (In)Justice and the FBI issued a statement: “After a thorough investigation, federal authorities have determined that this tragic event does not present sufficient evidence of willful misconduct to lead to a federal criminal prosecution of the police officers involved.”
This murder and the aftermath evidence the breakdown of justice in America. How can I second-guess these feds? Look for yourself. It’s easy. The police decided to shoot. That was willful. Misconduct hardly gets worse than murder, unless one counts rape-murder or torture-murder. Numerous alternatives were and are available to deal with a man who has stolen a cup of coffee, short of murder.
This article was posted: Friday, February 28, 2014 at 4:42 am