Don’t Believe a Word Police Say Immediately After They Kill Someone

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs holds up a photo showing the type of BB gun that police say 13-year-old Tyre King pulled from his waistband just before he was shot and killed by police

Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs holds up a photo showing the type of BB gun that police say 13-year-old Tyre King pulled from his waistband just before he was shot and killed by police

KING: After Tyre King’s Death, Here’s Why I Don’t Believe a Word Police Say Immediately After They Kill Someone:
http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/king-don-police-kill-article-1.2793583

(Shaun King) In two years time, I’ve now written nearly 1,000 articles about injustice in America. Injustice is so heavy here in the United States that if I had written 10,000 articles I still would only be scratching the surface. On the average day, I get hundreds of original emails from people who’ve been wronged in some way or another and hope they can have their story told.

When I first started telling these stories, I must admit that I was terribly naive. I had no idea how complex the justice system is. While I knew it was difficult to hold a corrupt or violent cop accountable for their actions, I simply didn’t know the lengths police, prosecutors, politicians and even local media outlets will go to protect a violent officer from paying the price for their brutality. I’ve learned the hard way over these past two years that what should make sense rarely does when it comes to holding police accountable for their violent actions. Now I know.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: A MUST-READ!

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