Now that 4 Minneapolis police officers were fired for suffocating a black man to death by stepping on his neck, is it enough or no?

4 Minneapolis police officers were fired after emerged. Ppl are protesting chanting 

No justice no peace, prosecute the police, as police respond with tear gas

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    1 month ago

    What more do you want from them?  They were fired, they were arrested, they're in jail and they will be going before a judge for sentencing...........that's it.  There are NO special rules for anyone when it comes to something like this.  The only ones, taking advantage of this, are Obama and Soros.  They are paying people to loot and protest because they want Socialism/Communism.

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  • 1 month ago

    Trial, conviction, Lethal injection. That’ll be enough for me. 

    • Big1 month agoReport

      idiot

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    It’s just a sign of the reaction of people to so many years of police abuse in this country. Notice that a lot of protesters are white. That means a lot of them have been abused by the police also. Police brutality is way out of control in this country and has been for a very very long time. Conservative Supreme Court decisions have always given cops the idea that they can get away with a lot not have to face any consequences. Antonin Scalia, for instance...many abusive cops owe him a debt of gratitude.

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  • 1 month ago

    another example of GANG MEMBERS WITH GUNS AND BADGES... TO many Cops are cops because they cannot find or hold down a job doing real manual labor or work. They rather be in some kind of control ride around all day and tell people what to do. 

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  • 1 month ago

    I haven't seen the video. In general, I want to see what happened before the video released by those accusing the officers.

    That said, if what happened remotely resembles the description I have heard on the radio, the now former officer that actually had his foot on the victim's neck should be charged with murder, and the others on scene should face some form of criminal charges for allowing it to happen.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    This was outright murder. The officer was told repeatedly that his prisoner was unresponsive and he ignored everyone.

  • 1 month ago

    The horrors seen on news broadcasts' video clips are absolutely unacceptable. While we could not see what it was that caused the police to take such drastic, life-threatening measures against the man, the officers' actions went beyond Law Enforcement Guidelines, and directly in the criminal realm. Not only was the man having trouble breathing, it appeared that the one Officer's foot was cutting off blood flow to the man's brain. There's no excuse for the actions of these Police Officers. But keep in mind, that not all Police Officers are like these miscreants from Minneapolis!

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  • 1 month ago

    My friend went to U of M about 15 years ago. He walked to a gas station one night to get a snack. He was mugged by 5 black guys. Funny how we don't hear about groups of non-blacks doing such things very often.

  • 1 month ago

    What more do people want, Human sacrifice. One day African Americans might care about their children who are murdered by other African Americans because this lynch mob mentality that erupts every time a Caucasian kills an African American has grown very stale and predictable. "No justice No peace" how often is that shouted when the killer is African American. When African Americans say that snitches get ditches, their dedication to justice is shown to be an utter joke.

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  • 1 month ago

    Enough is enough.

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