Police Blast Yet Another Nonthreatening Person

In addition to having a carry permit while black, being a therapist while black is also grounds for being shot in the United Police States of America:

Charles Kinsey, who works with people with disabilities, told WSVN television he was helping a patient who had wandered away from a facility.

Mobile phone video shows Mr Kinsey lying down with his hands in the air, and his patient sitting in the road with a toy truck.

The latest shooting follows weeks of violence involving police.

North Miami Assistant Police Chief Neal Cuevas said officers were called out on Monday, following reports of a man threatening to shoot himself.

Police ordered Mr Kinsey and the patient to lie on the ground, he told The Miami Herald.

The video shows Mr Kinsey lying down while trying to get his patient to comply.

It seems therapists lying on the ground trying to help mentally disabled patients who have toys trucks is grounds for an office fearing for his life now. These officers are either the biggest cowards on the face of the planet or they’re the most psychotic. Either way, they shouldn’t be given power over others.

The progression we’re seeing is as interesting as it is alarming. Before this year the people being gunned down by the police tended to have a criminal history for boot lickers to use to justify the shooting. But now the police are becoming so brazen that they’re gunning down people who have little or no criminal background to speak of. Since they’re not being punished for their actions they’re also not motivated to stop escalating situations to deadly force.

This situation also demonstrates that the boot lickers’ claim that people won’t get shot if they obey the orders of officers is false. Kinsey was lying on the ground with his hands in the air as the officers had ordered him to do and they still shot him. When you use threats of violence as a compliance mechanism and you fail to uphold your end of the bargain, that is to say you still attack your victim even if they do comply with you, you wreck what little trust you have between yourself and your victim. That makes future scenarios more difficult. Your new victims may decided to fight back instead of complying because they believe you’ll kill them either way but they might possibly survive if they resist. By shooting a complying person the officer increased the danger of future situations involving officers using threats of violence as a compliance mechanism.

The problem of police brutality will only continue to get worse since few seems to have the will to take action to curtail it.

4 thoughts on “Police Blast Yet Another Nonthreatening Person”

    1. So instead of being a trigger-happy psychopath he’s an incompetent trigger-happy psychopath? I’m not sure how that defense is supposed to make the officer look better.

  1. I like how they were responding to someone threatening to shoot themselves… so they shot him.

  2. I was an armed Police Officer for 28 years. I drew my weapon only twice, once as a precautionary measure when dealing with a mentally unstable adult male who was brandishing a meat cleaver in a public place. The second occasion was when my men and I interrupted a payroll robbery in progress. The three robbers were armed with long knives. When we four Police Officers entered the premises two of the robbers gave up, the third grabbed a young female member of the staff of the premises, held the knife to her throat and demanded that he be allowed to leave. I drew my weapon (S&W Model 10 revolver with a 5″ barrel) and informed the suspect that |I was going to shoot him, we were about 6′ apart
    The stand-off lasted only a second or two until I started counting. “One. Two …” He dropped the knife, the girl fainted and the culprit was wetting himself because he’d realised how close he’d come to getting a semi-hollow point .38 bullet in his face.
    I never fired my weapon in anger. Just being armed and present was usually enough.
    Shooting a man on the ground when his arms were raised cannot be justified.

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