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Ferguson activist's son found hanging from tree, police refuse to investigate by Jack Breblingpit - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 13:14:49 EST ID:9YB0+HFv No.172333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Black protesters and their families continue to die in mysterious circumstances; mainstream media continues to ignore it:
>Earlier this month, on Oct. 17. Ferguson activist Melissa McKinnies found her 24-year-old son Danye Jones dead, hanging from a tree.

>McKinnies, well known in her community, having participated in numerous protests in Ferguson since the Aug. 2014 death of Michael Brown, believes that her son was lynched. In a Facebook post that has since been deleted, McKinnies shared graphic images of her son under the caption, “They lynched my baby.”

>Jones’ death has once again stirred conversation around various other activists in Ferguson who have died since 2014 under seemingly suspicious circumstances.

>In 2014, Deandre Joshua, 20, was found shot once in the head, and then set on fire inside his car the same day a grand jury refused to indict Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. Prominent Ferguson activist Darren Seals was also found dead inside of a burning car back in 2016. He had also been shot. And then there was the 2017 death of Edward Crawford, the activist captured in the iconic photo tossing a canister of tear gas away from those protesting Brown’s death. Police claimed that he died of a “self-inflicted” wound while in the back seat of his own car.
Nicholas Murddock - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 14:20:36 EST ID:8c32w9KN No.172336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Same story as Bland. Pretty brazen display, but the cops have their marching orders and it's not surprising that all levels of Midori like Missouri government are controlled by Republicans...

> In a Facebook post that has since been deleted,
Other reports are saying that Facebook deleted the post themselves. Why would they take it down? What skin in the game do they have?

I know people like to claim social media has a built in liberal bias, but it's pretty clear that's not the case at all...
Thomas Tillingwell - Sun, 04 Nov 2018 07:35:07 EST ID:M/Ws53KS No.172376 Report Quick Reply

>"Why would they take it down?"

Probably because it violates facebook ToS.. Nothing more and nothing less.
Caroline Pullydan - Thu, 08 Nov 2018 09:03:13 EST ID:mvsBph3Q No.172410 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Why would they take it down? What skin in the game do they have?
Preserving the status quo. Allowing the smallfolk to think too much outside of the approved range of Allowable Political Discussion Topics (immigrant caravans, Soros, Russia, abortion, trannies in bathrooms, football man not standing, It's Her Turn, etc) risks disrupting the system that made Zux so rich.
Phyllis Favingchod - Thu, 08 Nov 2018 15:26:23 EST ID:ALl8uw09 No.172463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it showed her son's dead body hanging. Like >>172376 it was a violation of ToS. Whether or not you think the ToS is designed to filter "Allowable Political Discussion" is a whole different matter but it's pretty clear cut as far as showing corpses and gore.
John Pickstone - Mon, 12 Nov 2018 15:31:35 EST ID:m8NTKyNU No.172569 Ignore Report Quick Reply
More police-related bad feels:
>Drunk bar patrons open fire on a bar.

>Bar’s black male security guard (Good Guy With A Gun™) saves the day by returning fire and apprehending one of the men.

>Cops show up, see security guard holding a gun

>Cops murder him on the spot.
David Suvingstone - Mon, 12 Nov 2018 16:12:51 EST ID:ALl8uw09 No.172571 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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yeah I saw this the other day. The second amendment is only for white people, which is exactly the reason that neoliberal attempts at gun control or bans are a terrible idea: they will disproportionally (and violently) affect marginalized groups. Libs love to ignorantly blab about the mentally ill and gun control as well, no shit that they are also targeted with extreme prejudice by police.

This is one of those Worst Person You Know Has A Good Point situations. I tend to agree more with conservatives on gun ownership policy just for completely different reasons.

Anyway, fuck cops.
Phineas Bluzzleson - Mon, 12 Nov 2018 17:43:36 EST ID:8c32w9KN No.172573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>neoliberal attempts at gun control or bans
In your words, what is neoliberalism?
Archie Perrydale - Mon, 12 Nov 2018 21:15:59 EST ID:ALl8uw09 No.172577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I was pretty drunk when I wrote that and if I were to do it again I would just type "liberal" instead.

Basically, people who support laissez faire economics, deregulation*, and imperialism with the caveat of *some regulatory measures begrudgingly granted for a perceived social good, like gun control, environmental and food protections, healthcare, etc.I would generally group the Global North together as neoliberal
Charlotte Snodforth - Mon, 12 Nov 2018 22:14:27 EST ID:uY8mphwG No.172578 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't use big boy words if you don't understand what they mean. Neoliberalism is a set of economic principals. It has nothing to do with gun control. Read a book, not a fake news blog.
Archie Perrydale - Mon, 12 Nov 2018 22:33:34 EST ID:ALl8uw09 No.172579 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you didn't even read my post, and if you did you're a fuckin moron, fuck off
Simon Simmerfuck - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 14:44:28 EST ID:SeJsi9Be No.172584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I read two of your posts where you said gun control is a tenant of neoliberalism. Both of those posts are wrong. You're wrong. You don't fully understand what neoliberalism is.
Hannah Sundlelock - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 15:04:43 EST ID:ALl8uw09 No.172586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Then you didn't understand what I posted. I backtracked on the first post to just say calls to gun control are liberal, and in my second post I definitely didn't say that gun control is a tenant of neoliberalism. I said that neoliberals have a tendency to begrudgingly grant some regulatory measures, emphasis on "begrudgingly". I honestly don't know how you could read both of those posts and and still get "you said gun control is a tenant of neoliberalism" out of that, unless you choose to ignore my second post entirely, but then why even mention it? Your post is wrong. You're wrong.

>You don't fully understand what neoliberalism is.
Alright then why don't you enlighten me instead of misreading my posts and acting like a prick?
Martha Hublingcocke - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 15:10:56 EST ID:tpObBmgQ No.172587 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is what amazes me. So the SWAT team kills an unarmed father of two and somehow the guy who made the call bears all legal guilt for shooting a defenseless father not the people doing the murdering

>"Without ever stepping foot in Wichita, the defendant created a chaotic situation that quickly turned from dangerous to deadly," US Attorney Stephen McAllister said in a statement.

>"His reasons were trivial and his disregard for the safety of other people was staggering."

>In addition, Barriss admitted to having made hoax bomb threats to the FBI, schools, universities, shopping malls and TV stations among other crimes.

>As part of his plea agreement, he has agreed to contribute towards the victim Andrew Finch's funeral costs and to be supervised for five years after his release from prison, according to local newspaper the Wichita Eagle.
So, the police themselves don't need to pay the funeral costs, don't face any charges, is this all basically admitting that a US cop is more like a rabid beast than a human being?
Hannah Sundlelock - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 15:20:05 EST ID:ALl8uw09 No.172588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
fuckin ridiculous but not surprising at all. I can see people trying to justify this because getting SWAT involved is supposedly a huge escalation, but it's not like your every day patrol pigs wouldn't have also murdered him so it doesn't stand.
Clara Fishlin - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 16:10:50 EST ID:M/Ws53KS No.172590 Report Quick Reply

To be honest the dude who called in the SWAT bears responsibility for this. However the responding officers also bear the blame for being a bunch of trigger-happy knuckle draggers.

They should be relegated to sorting trash in a city dump for the rest of their lives, after a 20 year term for murder.
Emma Blatherstone - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 19:07:52 EST ID:tpObBmgQ No.172591 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It says more about the cops than the guy, if the entire basis of the case ultimately rests on the idea "if you called cops to an innocent man's house you should have known it was calling in a death squad to the target". The State itself seems to accept this argument, that shooting random innocent people in their own homes is to be expected from the police, in which case how is this any better than NKVD?
Clara Bibblekog - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 19:41:26 EST ID:M/Ws53KS No.172592 Report Quick Reply

Well, there's the state of the police in the US being extremely quick to use their guns, but there's also the fact that this dude called in the hit knowing full well they are like this and seemingly had no issue causing a situation in which someone was likely to get shot and killed. They knew exactly what might happen and did it anyways, which is just as fucked as what the police did.
Phoebe Sonkinwill - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 19:51:23 EST ID:ALl8uw09 No.172593 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't think anybody is arguing that the guy is guiltless, just that it's insane that the police bear no culpability. Of course, US police are rarely held accountable for anything so it's not like this breaks precedent.
Jenny Wimmerchotch - Sat, 17 Nov 2018 16:22:53 EST ID:DzS+5jPR No.172613 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Were you drunk when you wrote that, Liberal is pretty general as well though but pretty defined.

Conservatism, hmm
Cyril Worthingridge - Sun, 18 Nov 2018 16:12:57 EST ID:a/P5Yqqh No.172619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Are we talking American "liberal" or the actual definition?
Jarvis Fackleshaw - Sun, 25 Nov 2018 15:32:12 EST ID:ALl8uw09 No.172717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In my post I was very clearly referring to US liberals but a bunch of pedantic motherfuckers won't let it go
John Dedgewell - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 16:05:00 EST ID:oqEk0400 No.172854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Martha Gillerbanks - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 09:33:50 EST ID:nZRoEBBb No.173020 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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New Citations Needed does a great takedown of copaganda and how it's used to distract from negative stories like this:
Alice Hashstone - Sun, 24 Feb 2019 05:51:32 EST ID:Yxsvxa7t No.173119 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Please friends, settle now. Can we not have peace and understanding? Did this boy die? That's so sad.

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