More Evidence of Right Wing Racism: "U.S. Finds Pattern of Biased Policing in Ferguson"

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    Mar 04, 2015 12:22 AM GMT
    Clouded by racial bias and a narrow-minded drive for municipal court revenue, police in Ferguson, Missouri have habitually violated citizens' civil rights, with black residents bearing the brunt, a U.S. Justice Department investigation has found.

    The probe, prompted by the shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white Ferguson police officer last August, uncovered a pattern of unfair traffic stops, questionable arrests, unreasonable use of force and interference with free speech, according to information provided to NBC News by a Justice Department official.


    http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/michael-brown-shooting/u-s-finds-pattern-biased-policing-ferguson-n316586
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    Mar 04, 2015 12:58 AM GMT
    JuanPablomv89 said
    Art_Deco saidClouded by racial bias and a narrow-minded drive for municipal court revenue, police in Ferguson, Missouri have habitually violated citizens' civil rights, with black residents bearing the brunt, a U.S. Justice Department investigation has found.

    The probe, prompted by the shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white Ferguson police officer last August, uncovered a pattern of unfair traffic stops, questionable arrests, unreasonable use of force and interference with free speech, according to information provided to NBC News by a Justice Department official.


    http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/michael-brown-shooting/u-s-finds-pattern-biased-policing-ferguson-n316586


    That black teen was a crimnal or he was a poor victim of the bad racists Republicans?. You hate white Republicans wait but FAT ass Hilary Clinton is white?

    Automatically associating police misconduct, if it, in fact, occurred, with the right-wing is the sign of a weak, sub-intellectual mind. Some allege the guy is a complete alcoholic, typically posting while completely inebriated. Whether that is the case, he certainly suffers from significant psychological issues. Your calling him on his BS will have no effect. Like trying to teach calculus to a turtle.
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    Mar 04, 2015 1:11 AM GMT
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    Automatically associating police misconduct, if it, in fact, occurred, with the right-wing is the sign of a weak, sub-intellectual mind. Some allege the guy is a complete alcoholic, typically posting while completely inebriated. Whether that is the case, he certainly suffers from significant psychological issues. Your calling him on his BS will have no effect. Like trying to teach calculus to a turtle.

    It isn't just the police misconduct, but rather the prosecutor who failed here. And that becomes a political issue. Please study the case, and exactly what I said.

    Now are you publicly stating, with your own medical credentials and evaluating me solely online, that I have psychological problems? Or even that I'm inebriated, or have a "weak, sub-intellectual mind"? Because if so, we may have some legal issues of our own to resolve. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Mar 04, 2015 1:15 AM GMT
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    socalfitness said
    Automatically associating police misconduct, if it, in fact, occurred, with the right-wing is the sign of a weak, sub-intellectual mind. Some allege the guy is a complete alcoholic, typically posting while completely inebriated. Whether that is the case, he certainly suffers from significant psychological issues. Your calling him on his BS will have no effect. Like trying to teach calculus to a turtle.

    It isn't just the police misconduct, but rather the prosecutor who failed here. And that becomes a political issue. Please study the case, and exactly what I said.

    Now are you publicly stating, with your own medical credentials and evaluating me solely online, that I have psychological problems? Or even that I'm inebriated, or have a "weak, sub-intellectual mind"? Because if so, we may have some legal issues of our own to resolve. icon_biggrin.gif

    You go talk to your lawyer or to the paralegals in your legal free clinic.
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    Mar 04, 2015 1:25 AM GMT
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    Art_Deco said
    socalfitness said
    Automatically associating police misconduct, if it, in fact, occurred, with the right-wing is the sign of a weak, sub-intellectual mind. Some allege the guy is a complete alcoholic, typically posting while completely inebriated. Whether that is the case, he certainly suffers from significant psychological issues. Your calling him on his BS will have no effect. Like trying to teach calculus to a turtle.

    It isn't just the police misconduct, but rather the prosecutor who failed here. And that becomes a political issue. Please study the case, and exactly what I said.

    Now are you publicly stating, with your own medical credentials and evaluating me solely online, that I have psychological problems? Or even that I'm inebriated, or have a "weak, sub-intellectual mind"? Because if so, we may have some legal issues of our own to resolve. icon_biggrin.gif

    You go talk to your lawyer or to the paralegals in your legal free clinic.

    I don't need a "legal free clinic". My personal attorney is one of the most prominent politicians in South Florida. Keep goading me and you may soon find out.

    Aside from violating RJ TOU/TOS (which I know is never enforced now, and how cowardly of you to exploit that opportunity), you are simply revealing yourself as a typically nasty Right Winger. I have to ask: are ANY of you Righties nice people? I'm not sure I've seen a single one on this site yet. icon_razz.gif
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    Mar 04, 2015 1:30 AM GMT
    JuanPablomv89 said
    Art_Deco saidClouded by racial bias and a narrow-minded drive for municipal court revenue, police in Ferguson, Missouri have habitually violated citizens' civil rights, with black residents bearing the brunt, a U.S. Justice Department investigation has found.

    The probe, prompted by the shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white Ferguson police officer last August, uncovered a pattern of unfair traffic stops, questionable arrests, unreasonable use of force and interference with free speech, according to information provided to NBC News by a Justice Department official.


    http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/michael-brown-shooting/u-s-finds-pattern-biased-policing-ferguson-n316586

    That black teen was a crimnal or he was a poor victim of the bad racists Republicans?. You hate white Republicans wait but FAT ass Hilary Clinton is white?

    What has Hillary Clinton got to do with this? Other than your obsession with a powerful woman having held positions of authority? Meanwhile, back in your own country of Mexico, where 100,000 innocent civilians have been killed in the drug wars...
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    Mar 04, 2015 1:32 AM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    socalfitness said
    Art_Deco said
    socalfitness said
    Automatically associating police misconduct, if it, in fact, occurred, with the right-wing is the sign of a weak, sub-intellectual mind. Some allege the guy is a complete alcoholic, typically posting while completely inebriated. Whether that is the case, he certainly suffers from significant psychological issues. Your calling him on his BS will have no effect. Like trying to teach calculus to a turtle.

    It isn't just the police misconduct, but rather the prosecutor who failed here. And that becomes a political issue. Please study the case, and exactly what I said.

    Now are you publicly stating, with your own medical credentials and evaluating me solely online, that I have psychological problems? Or even that I'm inebriated, or have a "weak, sub-intellectual mind"? Because if so, we may have some legal issues of our own to resolve. icon_biggrin.gif

    You go talk to your lawyer or to the paralegals in your legal free clinic.

    I don't need a "legal free clinic". My personal attorney is one of the most prominent politicians in South Florida. Keep goading me and you may soon find out.

    Aside from violating RJ TOU/TOS (which I know is never enforced now, and how cowardly of you to use that opportunity), you are simply revealing yourself as a typically nasty Right Winger. I have to ask: are ANY of you Righties nice people? I'm not sure I've seen a single one on this site yet. icon_razz.gif

    Don't try to goad me either. You try to come after me and you'll find my pockets are deep enough to get you into some entanglements you would prefer to avoid. Per your other comment, you are not going to find any nice conservative or whatever name you care to come up with since you have a huge chip on your shoulder.
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    Mar 04, 2015 1:43 AM GMT
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    Don't try to goad me either. You try to come after me and you'll find my pockets are deep enough to get you into some entanglements you would prefer to avoid. Per your other comment, you are not going to find any nice conservative or whatever name you care to come up with since you have a huge chip on your shoulder.

    I'm not goading you. A review of this thread clearly reveals who's the troublemaker here.

    I have not called you a "complete alcoholic" who is "completely inebriated", nor having a "weak, sub-intellectual mind", or even with "significant psychological issues". Are these statements of yours all the result of professional clinical evaluations?

    But **I** am goading YOU??? Tell me how I have goaded you?

    You Righties are so thin-skinned, and so hypocritical. As I often say about bullies, you can dish it out, but you can't take it.
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    Mar 04, 2015 2:42 AM GMT
    Racism doesn't have wings. It does have grubby claws.

    This town has some serious judicial problems. There are more outstanding arrest warrants than there are citizens, most of those warrants are for non-violent misdemeanors and driving violations.

    "ArchCity Defenders, a St. Louis-area public defender group, says in its report that more than half the courts in St. Louis County engage in the "illegal and harmful practices" of charging high court fines and fees on nonviolent offenses like traffic violations — and then arresting people when they don't pay. The report singles out courts in three communities, including Ferguson."

    http://www.npr.org/2014/08/25/343143937/in-ferguson-court-fines-and-fees-fuel-anger

    Can you say "revenue enhancement"? More than ten percent of Ferguson's revenue comes from this.