This is ugly. Waco all over again. No trial, no arrest. “Burn him out!”
Live TV news while listening on a scanner:
I can honestly say I expected nothing different, one can’t affront the lesser gods with impunity.
i think you know my position on this. they weren’t going to let him out of there alive.
200 officers in two perimeters…
suicide by cop? ok
but burn him alive? wtf?
judge, jury, and executioner… all NOT in ther job description.
from my earlier comment on Nota’s thread
…that fire was a criminal act and morally repugnant, the exact opposite of what we codified in the bill of rights. we can NOT encourage an increasingly federalized police force to use tactics like this. its corrosive not just to our culture but the philosophical foundation of our legal system.
^^^^ what Locke said x2
Have we already become Rome?
I think he knows what Rome is. Rome is the mob. Conjure magic for them and they’ll be distracted. Take away their freedom and still they’ll roar. The beating heart of Rome is not the marble of the senate, it’s the sand of the coliseum. He’ll bring them death – and they will love him for it.
-Gracchus, in Gladiator
Make that X3
Liberal Professor, Marc Lamont Hill says watching Cris Dorner was “kind of exciting”! Why does Fox News even have this moron as a commentator? I wonder if the families of the dead officers and civilians were “excited” to see their loved ones die by the actions of this confessed liberal killer?
In Django Unchained the black man killed white people. Jamie Foxx called that ‘cool’. Marc Lamont Hill is feeding off that.
Right now the sheriff is making a statement on FOX news. He can not confirm that the body is Dorner’s. He also says that the cabin was not torched intentionally by the police. That’s a lie as we have seen from the video above, taken before the fire started. He admits, though, that the ‘Hot’ tear gas used includes ‘pyrotechincs’.
He wouldn’t allow questions after his statement.
This could get really ugly.
Just the possibility of a hostage/victim argues my point about restraint, does it not?
Just FYI, LAPD had nothing to do with that situation.
It was the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Dept.
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