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So far only homicide at the Jan 6th protests was by a Capitol police officer....


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It’s mind boggling watching the left demand murder charges for a knee to the back of the head that left zero physical evidence of harm while justifying a ridiculously blatant excessive use of force on

Babbit was MURDERED by a BLM radical.   Where the fuck is that trial at?

Too bad... Then you really are a fucking lunatic.

27 minutes ago, jerra- said:

there is a little known law that if someone organizes a break-in and if someone gets shot by the police, the person who started it or incited it could be charged with the homicide. 

 

 

lets see the  link to this law.

 

 

I  doubt you even know what you are talking  about.   Felony  murder is a real thing, but  breaking into a public building unarmed  is not justifiable homicide

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1 hour ago, EltonJohnson said:

 

 

lets see the  link to this law.

 

 

I  doubt you even know what you are talking  about.   Felony  murder is a real thing, but  breaking into a public building unarmed  is not justifiable homicide

 

https://www.findlaw.com/criminal/criminal-charges/felony-murder.html

 

 

 

  • Victim or Bystander Killing: It's also possible that felony murder applies in cases where none of the felony participants killed anyone, such as when the victim or a third-party bystander kills someone while trying to stop the robbery. Felony murder in these cases would apply if a victim, a third-party, or even one of the felony perpetrators gets killed by someone other than a felony participant.

 

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However, the Supreme Court modified the limitation on the use of the death penalty in another felony murder case from 1987. In that case, the Court held that the death penalty could be administered in felony murder cases where the defendant was a major participant in the felony and the felony was committed with reckless indifference to human life.

 

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1 minute ago, jerra- said:

 

 

  • Victim or Bystander Killing: It's also possible that felony murder applies in cases where none of the felony participants killed anyone, such as when the victim or a third-party bystander kills someone while trying to stop the robbery. Felony murder in these cases would apply if a victim, a third-party, or even one of the felony perpetrators gets killed by someone other than a felony participant.

He wasn't murdered

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3 minutes ago, jerra- said:

 

 

  • Victim or Bystander Killing: It's also possible that felony murder applies in cases where none of the felony participants killed anyone, such as when the victim or a third-party bystander kills someone while trying to stop the robbery. Felony murder in these cases would apply if a victim, a third-party, or even one of the felony perpetrators gets killed by someone other than a felony participant.

 

 

Here is your problem 

 

THERE WAS NO  NEED FOR DEADLY FORCE 

 

THEY WERE UNARMED 

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37 minutes ago, EltonJohnson said:

 

 

Here is your problem 

 

THERE WAS NO  NEED FOR DEADLY FORCE 

 

THEY WERE UNARMED 

 

 

it is not my problem.

 

you can cry all you want but if a cop feels threatened or others are threatened it doesn't matter if someone is armed. if someone points a toy gun at a cop, a cop is justified in shooting him, and in that chaotic madness on the 6th. no cop will  be charged for shooting someone smashing and breaking in the windows.

 

 

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1 minute ago, jerra- said:

 

 

it is not my problem.

 

you can cry all you want but if a cop feels threatened or others are threatened it doesn't matter if someone is armed. if someone points a toy gun at a cop, a cop is justified in shooting him, and in that chaotic madness on the 6th. no cop will  be charged for shooting someone smashing and breaking in the windows.

It's almost like the Republican will not be happy till a mob could attack and kill office holders. And there has been many people charged with accessory to murder and such for just being there when somebody was killed. 

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Just now, JimmyJacksAlot said:

It's almost like the Republican will not be happy till a mob could attack and kill office holders. And there has been many people charged with accessory to murder and such for just being there when somebody was killed. 

Antifa an blm kill cops all over

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1 hour ago, jerra- said:

 

 

it is not my problem.

 

you can cry all you want but if a cop feels threatened or others are threatened it doesn't matter if someone is armed. if someone points a toy gun at a cop, a cop is justified in shooting him, and in that chaotic madness on the 6th. no cop will  be charged for shooting someone smashing and breaking in the windows.

  Was the "poor" cop in danger of a sever beating from that poor little girl or was the cop in fear of someone else getting a sever beating, from that little girl, or worse????

  He must really be some man (barf) if he was THAT afraid of that little woman.

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1 hour ago, Duck615 said:

Charged with what?

 

 

https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/zoetillman/capitol-rioters-felony-charges-oath-keepers-proud-boys

 

 

Of the more than 230 people charged to date, at least 70 are now facing a minimum of one felony count — the most common is obstruction of Congress, which has a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison. More than 30 are charged with assaulting or interfering with law enforcement officers, and at least 14 are charged with carrying or using a weapon that day. Weapons identified in the government’s court filings so far have included knives, Tasers, a hockey stick, a large metal pipe, baseball bats, fire extinguishers, and batons.

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3 minutes ago, jerra- said:

 

 

https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/zoetillman/capitol-rioters-felony-charges-oath-keepers-proud-boys

 

 

Of the more than 230 people charged to date, at least 70 are now facing a minimum of one felony count — the most common is obstruction of Congress, which has a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison. More than 30 are charged with assaulting or interfering with law enforcement officers, and at least 14 are charged with carrying or using a weapon that day. Weapons identified in the government’s court filings so far have included knives, Tasers, a hockey stick, a large metal pipe, baseball bats, fire extinguishers, and batons.

Bullshit

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9 minutes ago, bgr39 said:

  Was the "poor" cop in danger of a sever beating from that poor little girl or was the cop in fear of someone else getting a sever beating, from that little girl, or worse????

  He must really be some man (barf) if he was THAT afraid of that little woman.

 

 

 

too bad, she was committing a felony.

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17 minutes ago, bgr39 said:

  Was the "poor" cop in danger of a sever beating from that poor little girl or was the cop in fear of someone else getting a sever beating, from that little girl, or worse????

  He must really be some man (barf) if he was THAT afraid of that little woman.

 

 

 

the person who is really responsible for her death is the one who she thought gave her presidential immunity, otherwise she wouldn't have broken into capitol building in the first place.

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2 minutes ago, Duck615 said:

Prove it you chink loving POS

 

 

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Of the more than 230 people charged to date, at least 70 are now facing a minimum of one felony count — the most common is obstruction of Congress, which has a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison.

 

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4 minutes ago, jerra- said:

 

 

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Of the more than 230 people charged to date, at least 70 are now facing a minimum of one felony count — the most common is obstruction of Congress, which has a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison.

 

Prove it

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