Second look at the decision to come forward and contact 5-0, perchance?
Fret not, he’s gonna be.
Several community activists showed up at the taqueria and said the man who shot and killed 30-year-old Eric Washington went beyond self-defense.
That’s not for anyone who wasn’t there to say, in a just and sane world. Unfortunately, this is NOT that world.
HOUSTON — Several community activists gathered Sunday at the southwest Houston taqueria at which a robber was shot and killed earlier this month.
Annnnnd here we go.
They said the shooting went “beyond self-defense” and also characterized it as “a cold-blooded execution.”
Because of COURSE they did.
While some are calling him a hero, this group wants the shooter to be criminally indicted.
“We must not allow citizens to become judge, jury and executor,” the group, which consisted of Dr. Candice Matthews (Texas Coalition of Black Democrats/Rainbow/PUSH Coalition/New Black Panther Nation), Quanell X (New Black Panther Nation), family members of the deceased and other civil rights organizations, said in a statement.
Quanell X said the group is not condoning the actions of 30-year-old Eric Eugene Washington and said he was wrong for robbing the store. They said he deserved to be punished and sent to jail — but not killed.
“He went too far,” Quanell X said. “That’s overkill. That’s no longer self-defense.”
Yo, Quanzan’ell’a’Shontavious XXX, wuzzup wid dis shizzle ’n’ sheeeit, please tell me: has your precious, newly-room-temperature Feral Dindu™ robbed, asssaulted, or murdered anybody since he fucked around and found the fuck out? Take your time, I’ll wait.
They’re calling for the shooter to be charged with something. Quanell X said he’s not sure what that charge should be.
“That man went from being a law-abiding citizen to now committing criminal acts and criminal crimes. We believe … I believe that he should be charged with something because we cannot have a society where our citizens are judge, jury and executioner,” Quanell X said.
“Criminal crimes.” No, really. This superdupergenius seems to have actually said that.
“He stood over the young man and shot him multiple times over and over again when he was no longer a threat,” Quanell X said. “I know for a fact that this was not just a simple act of a good citizen defending himself. There was no justification to walk up on him and put multiple shots, then leave with the weapon and come back and shoot him in the head again. That’s too much.”
I very much doubt you could truthfully be said to know anything whatsoever “for a fact.” From the sound of it, you don’t enjoy so much as a nodding acquaintance with the word “fact.”
Yep, Righteous Shooter is well and truly fucked now, putting his fate into the stinking paws of these damn dirty apes. As I said over at Bill’s joint: wonder if the first night of the impending nationwide riots will have any impact on the thinking of the mostly-Neegrow jury at all?