Let me get this straight.

Got this link from Older Brother, who added…

According to this story, the police shooter wasn’t aiming at the caregiver, but at the great big autistic dude.

1) Why did he think that deadly force was necessary?
2) How could he shoot three times and miss that big, essentially stationary, dude every time?

Administrative leave.

You or I would have been denied bail, and after our lengthy stay in prison we’d never legally touch a gun again in our lives, at least anywhere in this country. And we’d have that coming.

But this is one of our protectors, our trained and tested paladin of law and order. Different standards apply.

Dade County Police Benevolent Association president John Rivera said Thursday that the officer involved, a decorated member of the SWAT team, did not hear what Kinsey was saying, reports CBS Miami. Rivera said the officer thought that the autistic man was attempting to harm Kinsey.

“This is not a case of a rogue cop,” Rivera told reporters. “This is not a case of police abuse. This is a case where a police officer was trying to save Mr. Kinsey’s life and, unfortunately, his shot went astray.”

Get a load of this. The decorated SWAT team operator was trying to protect the large, apparently strong and healthy man, whom the police had lying on the pavement with his arms outstretched, from an obviously defective and very fat man seated on the pavement and armed with a toy truck. In his understandable concern for Mr. Kinsey, the naturally unidentified police officer fired three times. Striking Kinsey in the leg, because he was actually aiming at the very round autistic guy next to him. Meanwhile…

Witnesses told The Associated Press on Thursday that at least four North Miami officers aimed rifles at Kinsey and the autistic man. Two can be seen in the video, peering from behind utility poles about 75 feet away. The other two, witnesses said, were on the opposite side of Kinsey, off camera, standing behind a car in an apartment parking lot, about 150 away.

in…case the drooling guy went on a rampage with his toy truck.


I know, I know, I’m monday-morning quarterbacking all over the place. Except this explanation manages to fractally make no sense. You can look at the whole story, or any detail of it, and they’re all equally absurd.

Though Kinsey is heard

begging for his and his charge’s lives

in the cellphone recording, Rivera said the officers were further away than the person who recorded the incident.

One of those pesky cellphone videographers, whom the police inexplicably allowed between themselves and their prospective perp/victim/target? Huh?

Meanwhile, won’t someone please consider the suffering of the poor traumatized police officer?

“I took this job to save lives and help people,” the officer said. “I did what I had to do in a split second to accomplish that and hate to hear others paint me as something I am not.”

If you pitched any one of these stupid incidents to a television producer as a series pilot, security would throw you out of the building.

Tell me again how society would just fall down and shatter like a china plate if there were no cops to protect us? If I were the praying sort, I’d pray every day to be spared such protection. Every time I hear some cop complain that “civilians” should be disarmed because otherwise cops can’t tell the good guys from the bad ones, I throw up in my mouth a little.

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5 Responses to Let me get this straight.

  1. Judy says:

    It just gets curiouser and curiouser.

    At the end of the day, not one of them was listening to what the black guy was saying to them. Not one of them used common sense or logic. Group think…mob mentality.

  2. Allen says:

    there is nothing odd about it. He needed to shoot somebody.
    Now he gets a paid vacation.

  3. Unclezip says:

    Update. Cop fired, charged with attempted homicide. Stand by for the BLM whooha..

  4. Joel says:

    Unclezip, I can’t find any story where he was fired or charged. He was named today, and a second cop was put on unpaid suspension for falsifying a report – like that was going to work this time – but that’s all I’ve got.

  5. Unclezip says:

    This is what I got so far; still waiting for more confirmation. – http://raconteurreport.blogspot.com/2016/07/clearly-retards-are-entirely-in-charge.html?m=1

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