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Sandra Bland's Death
Posted 7/31/15

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anzn wrote:

Ok who reported my thread


Don't stress it. Haters gonna hate.

I'm kinda on tight leash it feels like since I was somewhat recently unbanned & I don't wanna get banned again ??

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anzn wrote:

Ok who reported my thread


Someone who doesn't like politics
Someone who doesn't like the truth
Someone who doesn't care about police brutality
Someone who thinks sandra bland actually comitted suicide and doesn't like other peoples' opinions


Someone also reported my reply too lmao
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Posted 7/31/15 , edited 7/31/15

anzn wrote:

Ok who reported my thread


I won't say who, but I will say this thread is fine. Discussing current events is fine. Discussing current events about which one feels passionately is fine.

As with any thread where folks have strong feelings there's certainly a chance for discussion to go bad, but I'm not seeing any evidence of that at the moment even though it's clear that there are differences of opinion among the participants.
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welcome to America, where each and every thing is sexist, racist, homophobic, and politically incorrect

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Posted 7/31/15

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She wouldn't have committed suicide for being pull over. That's just dumb,


I agree to commit suicide over something so trivial is just plain dumb but who knows what going through a person's mind when they are actually going through with suicide.



She didn't need a bail because it was never determined if she actually committed a crime in the first place, and that's due to the fact that it hasn't been brought in court before her death. And like I said, she was also waiting to bring this to court, knowing full well police were in the wrong in this.


Wrong her bail was set for 5000 and she would have needed just 500 to be out but the fact her family chose to leave her speaks volumes to me about her character. The only thing I see wrong is the officer lost his cool when she was being a loud mouth.



And the police were having none of that, so they murdered her.


Again if you have proof i'm sure the DOJ and the rest of America would love to see it. If you're worried about your safety just get in touch with Sharpton this is the stuff he lives for.



jail cells are made so the prisoners can't commit suicide. They usually have almost everything in the cell planted down on the floor, and that includes the trash can that Sandra supposedly got the plastic bag from to hang herself with.


Do you know for a fact that they bolt the trash cans in this particular jail. Not every jail is set up the same way.



Three, her mugshot was hella sketch and had more than enough signs to easily determine that she was actually dead in the photo.
Besides the signs of lifelessness in her picture, you can see that she was on the floor & also wearing the orange jumpsuit.


I guess you seen more dead people than me. The only thing I see is a woman who going through the motions. She already knows the system and is just having regrets about her stupidity that put her in this situation in the first place.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2015/07/28/sandra-bland-was-alive-and-well-when-her-mug-shot-was-taken-texas-judge-says/




That's all I can remember at the moment if you want anything else & still object to the fact she was murdered then go right ahead & ask me more questions.


I will wait for the reports that is being investigated by the FBI and The Rangers. Again when the reports does come out and if they says there was no foul play would you accept it or still claim the results are racist/flawed.
Posted 7/31/15

lorreen wrote:


anzn wrote:

Ok who reported my thread


I won't say who, but I will say this thread is fine. Discussing current events is fine. Discussing current events about which one feels passionately is fine.

As with any thread where folks have strong feelings there's certainly a chance for discussion to go bad, but I'm not seeing any evidence of that at the moment even though it's clear that there are differences of opinion among the participants.

Ok. Thanks lorrenn :,)


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welcome to America, where each and every thing is sexist, racist, homophobic, and politically incorrect


Damn right.
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Posted 7/31/15 , edited 7/31/15
Honestly, the situation is very dubious, but it's hard to tell whether it's foul play or not. There is no outstanding evidence to prove that either is true but she DID have a history of mental problems and also a miscarriage, the poor woman was probably suffering much internally. I don't know, I just don't know where to side on this.

The point is, she was in jail rightfully, she did disrespect and curse out an officer which is a guaranteed trip to jail. You can't do that shit and get away with it .Should what have happened happened? No, it shouldn't have. It's very hard to tell. I cannot choose a side, because both sides of extremism do not appeal to me. I'd rather just sit around and wait for more evidence to unveil itself. Just because she was an activist didn't mean she should've badmouthed and yelled at the officer the way she did, ok?

I am extremely sad for her family and friends and all parties involved here, I'm sorry for their loss, but I don't have any strong opinion on this one way or the other because honestly, I don't know what happened. Also, the "SOCIAL JUSTICE" movement makes my head hurt and often circulates false info, who am I to follow what they say or what anyone else says?

Look, it's like the rest of the police cases, it could be one way or the other. I'll agree that some things have been handled with injustice in the past, I'll agree that you should be wary of some cops, but not all cops are bad, stop saying "FUCK DA POLICE" unless you wanna live in some anarchist wasteland where there's no law and order, they're not out to get you unless you do something bad. The extremist leftist media twists things to say that cops tend to kill more black people, but most crimes and murders of blacks are black man killing black man, not cops killing them.

I'm probably gonna get grated at for this, whatever.

I feel terrible for not "picking a side" but yknow what I'm not obligated to? Call me a dirty moderate all you want, even if I swing more left, but I really at this point am sick and tired of seeing these kinds of stories be so heavily reported on. I'm sick of the media being sour, sad, and fixated on the same thing. Every facet or job has some flawed and sick people working in it, the police are no exception, but the media should not be so story happy as to report on every incidence of a black person dying and spread panic. It just breed paranoia.

This isn't the 1960s, guys. Stop saying that we're regressing back to the pre-Civil Rights movement here. Racists are always going to exist, but most of them aren't infiltrating the police departments. Calm down, calm down, calm down. Some of y'all sound like a hoard of conspiracy theorists who wear tinfoil on their heads thinking the aliens gonna steal their brains.
Posted 7/31/15 , edited 8/1/15

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I agree to commit suicide over something so trivial is just plain dumb but who knows what going through a person's mind when they are actually going through with suicide.

And that means she didn't.



Wrong her bail was set for 5000 and she would have needed just 500 to be out but the fact her family chose to leave her speaks volumes to me about her character. The only thing I see wrong is the officer lost his cool when she was being a loud mouth.

Aight,I was wrong about there being no bail, but she wouldn't need a bail I bet if she was able to take this in court, alive. I highly doubt her family just didn't care. She knew her rights, and they knew that she knew her rights. Once it was in court, and she was ever guilty (which we all knew she wasn't), she would of had to pay the bail.


Again if you have proof i'm sure the DOJ and the rest of America would love to see it. If you're worried about your safety just get in touch with Sharpton this is the stuff he lives for.

How the police were acting on the matter is enough proof of that. It's common sense. Why would they change their stories all the time & edited the dashcam footage? Hm?


Do you know for a fact that they bolt the trash cans in this particular jail. Not every jail is set up the same way.

They should, if they don't, then they aren't following the law :/
Besides them murdering her, if that was true, then they still look bad tbh.



I guess you seen more dead people than me. The only thing I see is a woman who going through the motions. She already knows the system and is just having regrets about her stupidity that put her in this situation in the first place.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2015/07/28/sandra-bland-was-alive-and-well-when-her-mug-shot-was-taken-texas-judge-says/

Any mortician can tell you that she was dead in that photo. Stupidity? Knowing your rights is stupidity to you?


I will wait for the reports that is being investigated by the FBI and The Rangers. Again when the reports does come out and if they says there was no foul play would you accept it or still claim the results are racist/flawed.

There was no foul play, and police were in the wrong. I know, Donald Trump knows, and we all know that.
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Posted 7/31/15

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I'm probably gonna get grated at for this, whatever.

I feel terrible for not "picking a side" but yknow what I'm not obligated to?


The side I chose to pick was anti-media for blowing this story so far out of proportion and spinning it to suit their agendas. I think that "siding" with either the officer or Sandra is premature and close minded as both acted irrationally, and unless any further information comes out I think the most responsible thing to do is letting this pass.
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Posted 7/31/15 , edited 8/1/15

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animegirl2222 wrote:

I'm probably gonna get grated at for this, whatever.

I feel terrible for not "picking a side" but yknow what I'm not obligated to?


The side I chose to pick was anti-media for blowing this story so far out of proportion and spinning it to suit their agendas. I think that "siding" with either the officer or Sandra is premature and close minded as both acted irrationally, and unless any further information comes out I think the most responsible thing to do is letting this pass.


I'm just sick and tired of seeing the media milk out the case of everything they suspect to be "police brutality" because it's honestly generating widespread paranoia and making people rebel, launching riots, etc. Making people think that violence is the answer. It's not.
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Posted 7/31/15

anzn wrote:

Ok who reported my thread


lmao



I didn't but that's hilarious. I think someone has it out for you.
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Posted 7/31/15

anzn wrote:

Ok who reported my thread


This statement bothers me.
Preventing users from trying to take vengeance on or socially pressure other users is a good reason to keep that anonymous.
I can't think of a good reason you or anybody else should be told the name of a person who felt uncomfortable enough to anonymously notify moderators.
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Aight,I was wrong about there being no bail, but she wouldn't need a bail I bet if she was able to take this in court, alive. I highly doubt her family just didn't care. She knew her rights, and they knew that she knew her rights. Once it was in court, and she was ever guilty (which we all knew she wasn't), she would of had to pay the bail.

How the police were acting on the matter is enough proof of that. It's common sense. Why would they change their stories all the time & edited the dashcam footage? Hm?

They should, if they don't, then they aren't following the law :/
Besides them murdering her, if that was true, then they still look bad tbh.

Any mortician can tell you that she was dead in that photo. Stupidity? Knowing your rights is stupidity to you?
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She clearly didn't know her rights, and she wouldn't have been in this mess if she actually knew them. During the traffic stop, she believed that the officer could not legally order her out of her car (he could) and she believed that the officer needed to tell her what she was being arrested for (he didn't).

Additionally, I don't think you understand how bail works. Bail is essentially a payment to get yourself out of jail before the trial as a sort of collateral to insure that you show up in court. The fact that this had not yet gone to court is irrelevant...

"edited the dashcam footage"

It was a simple visual glitch that occured in the process of uploading to Youtube. They have uploaded it again without those glitches.

"They should, if they don't, then they aren't following the law :/"

Out of curiosity, do you have a link to where I can read that law?

"Any mortician can tell you that she was dead in that photo"

Usually a mortician actually needs to see a body, not a crappy photograph, to make that call.
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Nvm, I figured it out.
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anzn wrote:


J-POP187 wrote:
I agree to commit suicide over something so trivial is just plain dumb but who knows what going through a person's mind when they are actually going through with suicide.


And that means she didn't.


Assuming she did commit suicide it is highly possible that once she hung herself she was regretting her choice at the time. Example a guy jumps off a building on his way down he has second thoughts but by then he has no choice but to go splat.




Again if you have proof i'm sure the DOJ and the rest of America would love to see it. If you're worried about your safety just get in touch with Sharpton this is the stuff he lives for.


How the police were acting on the matter is enough proof of that. It's common sense. Why would they change their stories all the time & edited the dashcam footage? Hm?


What I see going on is the these officers have to worry about not letting things go the way of Ferguson and Baltimore. Every word they say will be judge if you were suddenly in that situation would you be able to recall every minute detail? If you had to remember everything you were doing because of what a coworker did would you be able to answer clearly. When everyone is attacking you and sending death threats towards you, if you could then I give you credit for remaining calm under pressure.


Do you know for a fact that they bolt the trash cans in this particular jail. Not every jail is set up the same way.


They should, if they don't, then they aren't following the law :/
Besides them murdering her, if that was true, then they still look bad tbh.


I would like to see proof of were it says trashcans have to be bolted down. Again I would wait for the reports before I will make a call of murder or not. Of course the cops still look bad because race baiters want this to turn into something they could sell that the left will eat up.



I guess you seen more dead people than me. The only thing I see is a woman who going through the motions. She already knows the system and is just having regrets about her stupidity that put her in this situation in the first place.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2015/07/28/sandra-bland-was-alive-and-well-when-her-mug-shot-was-taken-texas-judge-says/


Any mortician can tell you that she was dead in that photo. Stupidity? Knowing your rights is stupidity to you?


Got some names of qualified mortifications that support your assertion? As for your rights let's face it the average American doesn't know them, I doubt she knew them. If I could speak to Sandra and ask her what rights specifically of hers were broken I doubt she would be able to tell me without just saying "My civil rights were violated" Ok Which ones? To be honest both were in the wrong her for getting worked up over a smoke and him for losing his cool.



I will wait for the reports that is being investigated by the FBI and The Rangers. Again when the reports does come out and if they says there was no foul play would you accept it or still claim the results are racist/flawed.

There was no foul play, and police were in the wrong. I know, Donald Trump knows, and we all know that.


Since you know how this will turn out can you tell the numbers for the next lotto ^_^
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Posted 7/31/15

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anzn wrote:

Ok who reported my thread


lmao



I didn't but that's hilarious. I think someone has it out for you.
It was probably the person who made the duplicate
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