Jayland Walker, a Black man killed by police in Ohio, was shot at least 60 times


Earle

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How do you shoot someone that many times who doesn't have a weapon pointed back at them?

Klansmen infiltrate police departments all across America. They see Black people, and especially Black men, as not being one of them, but rather as animals. I think this analogy makes it easy for them to consistently and continuously gun down Black men without regard for their humanity.
 
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In_The_662

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Klansmen infiltrate police departments all across America. They see Black people, and especially Black men, as not being one of them, but rather as animals. I think this realization makes it easy for them to consistently and continuously gun down Black men without regard for their humanity.


And this has been known for over a decade. Even the FBI has acknowledged this (even with themselves being infiltrated).
 

skyvolt2000

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A lot. Black people need to stop having getting triggered by a cop shooting. But, they are silent when little children are being murdered in our communities.

Then go yell at BLM, TI, Jemele Hill, Lebron and all the rest who not only say NOTHING but at times will SHAME or SILENECE anyone who brings it up.

You shoot 60 bullets at the Predator or Aliens or Jason or Leatherface or Pinhead.

Yes we know there was a gun in the car.
 

Kendrick

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A lot. Black people need to stop having getting triggered by a cop shooting. But, they are silent when little children are being murdered in our communities.
So Black people -- who historically have been disproportionately harmed by state violence with little regression or justice -- should not be "triggered" by the state needlessly executing a Black person?

And before you provide a rebuttal, Black people historically haven't been silent when kids are killed in their own communities. I can post a bunch of links, and share a ton of personal and anecdotal accounts of Black people -- in their own neighborhoods -- rallying and working to prevent violence.
 
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Kendrick

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Then go yell at BLM, TI, Jemele Hill, Lebron and all the rest who not only say NOTHING but at times will SHAME or SILENECE anyone who brings it up.

You have to understand that the resistance to bringing it up is because doing so only mischaracterizes Black people as uniquely violent. This would justify Black people being dehumanized and subject to our men, women, and kids being targeted by the state through law enforcement and lawmakers.
 
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