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BLM achieves justice in Seattle: First black police chief resigns

This is liberal logic for ‘ya.

Soon to be former Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best

Carmen Best has been the Chief of Seattle Police since 2018.

She’s been through the trenches lately with the CHAZ/CHOP fiasco in Seattle (where two people were shot and killed and BLM/Antifa thugs took over public city streets). Agitators also showed up in her neighborhood to harass her.

Yesterday the Seattle City Council approved historic cuts to the Seattle Police Department. This included a $100,000 paycut for Chief Best.

Carmen Best is considered one of the more reasonable folk left in Seattle. And now she’s out. Read her resignation statement here.

Seattle citizens DESERVE what they vote for. Chief Best, not so much.

BLM/Antifa must be SO PROUD for driving out a women of color. Social justice achieved, indeed!

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Man shot in Seattle’s CHAZ wants to sue Seattle Police

Should have looked up the meaning of “autonomous” before entering the zone.

How about this:

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Take a look at one of WA ST Gov. Inslee’s new police force task members

In response to the shootings at CHAZ/CHOP, Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee tweeted the following:

“We are going to take a hard look at how we manage independent investigations of police use of force in WA. Our new task force will recommend actions we can take to create a more just WA. It includes community leaders, impacted family members and law enforcement representatives.”

In this Twitter thread he lists all the members of the task force. This includes Livio De La Cruz – board member, Black Lives Matter SEA-KC.

He/Him: BLM SEA-KC board member and JD candidate Livio De La Cruz

Let’s take a look at Livio (he/him), shall we? From he/him Twitter bio: “JD Candidate 2022 at SeattleLaw. Freelance #Unity3D Programmer #GameDev, He/Him.”

Yes, Livio is going to study law. Which should make you very nervous considering this tweet by he/him on June 22:

“1. Police kill people
2. Seattle protests this
3. Republicans say, repeatedly, these protestors deserve to be shot and killed
4. White people agree, they bring guns, they shoot, they kill.
5. “It’s the protesters’ fault!”

There’s A LOT of presumptive and unproven statements in this tweet. You’d think a JD candidate would be able to back up all of he/him assertions with some facts, right? Here’s he/him following tweet:

“Do you know what it’s like to have people in power call for your death, to have them shout their bloodlust so loudly that the entire country hears it, only to have everyone blame YOU for the death that results from this?”

I’m no JD candidate yet I did take debate class in high school and learned how to prove my case. Here ‘ya go, Livio:

1. “Police kill people”

Yes, police do kill people. They kill in self defense, a criminal committing a crime, protecting a victim from a criminal, and in some cases of police brutality. They also kill people who are unarmed.

Police have contact with MILLIONS of people throughout the US every year. Last year, according to the Washington Post’s database of police-involved shootings, nine unarmed black people were shot and killed by the police, compared to 19 unarmed white people.

What’s your point, Livio, about “police kill people?”

“Police kill people” is a generic statement. Accidents kill people. Rioters kill people. Drugs kill people. A lot of things kill people.

My point is that police kill less unarmed black people than white. What is your point, exactly?

How Seattle “protests”/Q13 Fox News photo

2. “Seattle protests this”

Yes they do. Seattle protests that police kill people while they also loot, riot and burn down businesses. Because nothing says protestors are against police brutality by creating violence throughout your city.

I would also put forth that your definition of “protests” has been arbitrarily expanded to include the illegal occupation of public/private property and terrorization of fellow tax-paying citizens.

3. “Republicans say, repeatedly, these protestors deserve to be shot and killed”

Please provide evidence where republicans state that PEACEFUL protestors deserve to be shot and killed. We all know that the First Amendment, with qualifiers, applies to protests. Why leave out that one important word? I’ll wait.

For all those “protestors” who riot, loot and burn businesses, yes, they do deserve to be shot. That’s called self defense or affirmative defense, and one has a reasonable right to defend real or personal property. As a JD candidate, do you believe that law-abiding taxpayers and property owners should forfeit their legal rights to protestors?

4. “White people agree, they bring guns, they shoot, they kill.”

Livio, you provide no evidence of this statement. As a JD candidate, you should understand that you have a duty to provide a burden of proof and evidence that establishes the truth of your statement. Produce something that may pause me to consider your claim.

I know of no white person who showed up at the recent Seattle protests with their guns to shoot and kill. I’ll wait for your evidence.

5. “It’s the protesters’ fault!”

In the absence of rules of evidence, I guess this conclusion works for you.

Good luck in law school, Livio. And good luck in the courtroom.

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One man dead after shooting in Seattle autonomous zone; Warlord not happy they were left to their own devices

A shooting occurred in the wee hours of Saturday in Seattle’s “CHAZ” or “CHOP,” whatever they are calling themselves these days. One man is dead and another is being treated for life-threatening injuries. From the Seattle Police:

“Homicide detectives are investigating following a fatal shooting that occurred early Saturday morning at 10th Avenue and East Pine Street. One man was declared deceased at the hospital and another male is being treated for life-threatening injuries.

On June 20th, at approximately 2:30 AM, East Precinct officers responded to a report of shots fired in Cal Anderson Park. This is inside the area referred to as the Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP). Officers attempted to locate a shooting victim but were met by a violent crowd that prevented officers safe access to the victims. Officers were later informed that the victims, both males, had been transported to Harborview Medical Center by CHOP “medics”.

Read the whole SPD statement here.

Last night the “Warlord” of the autonomous area of Seattle, Raz Simone, made it known that he was not pleased with Seattle EMTs. From his Twitter:

First of all, EMTs are not going into a homicide area (and possible still-active crime scene) without law enforcement backup.

Secondly, Raz needs a dictionary.

Life comes at you fast sometimes…

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Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan: Protection for me but not for thee

Shot:

Chaser (who is that behind the mayor’s left shoulder?):

Let’s hope Seattle residents may – finally – learn that elections have consequences.

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America, get ready for your police-free reality: Police have no duty to protect

We all have a notion about what government is suppose to do for us, especially since we give them our hard-earned money in the form of taxes.

Yet when it comes to your protection, you will find that many times your protection comes down to being YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. Because, you know:

When police are sworn in to office, they take an oath to “serve and protect.”

Yet with demorats’ current hostility toward police and their desire to abolish the police, why would one risk their life to protect you?

Did you know that police don’t have a duty to protect? (More on that below).

A resident in Seattle stuck in the middle of “CHOP,” is finding this lesson out the hard way. Watch his Daily Caller interview below:

A case in 1981, Warren vs. District of Columbia, went before a District of Columbia Court of Appeals which determined that the police do not owe a specific duty to provide police services to citizens based on the public duty doctrine.

Warren vs. DC in a nutshell: Women called the Metropolitan Police Department because men broke into their residence. The police came to the residence and one drove by while another knocked on the front door and left after no answer. The officers left five minutes after arriving, without catching the intruders.

The women again called the police and for some reason, the call was not dispatched to police.

The women ended up being held captive by the intruders for 14 hours and were beaten and raped.

The decision (from Wikipedia): In a 4–3 decision, the District of Columbia Court of Appeals affirmed the trial courts’ dismissal of the complaints against the District of Columbia and individual members of the Metropolitan Police Department based on the public duty doctrine ruling that “the duty to provide public services is owed to the public at large, and, absent a special relationship between the police and an individual, no specific legal duty exists”. The Court thus adopted the trial court’s determination that no special relationship existed between the police and appellants, and therefore no specific legal duty existed between the police and the appellants.

Read about the whole case here.

If the demorats and BLM keep up with demonizing the police and attacking them, we’ll soon see a lot more police exercising their legal right.

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