this talk about "Black Lives Matter" is used in comparison to say that
the white boy, Devan Guilford, will not get justice in being murdered
by a policeman, because he's white, was apparently right on the money.
An investigation by the local police department cleared this policeman
of all wrongdoing.
Apparently, believed by the police and many who left comments about the
"PUNK kid, a teenager questioning authority is grounds for summary
execution by the State with no recourse to innocent until proven guilty
in a court of law, as Mathew Cooke so elegantly points out in his
on Oct. 16: “Deven Guilford was shot seven times by a Michigan
sheriff's sergeant in February after the 17-year-old attacked the
officer on the side of a snowy highway, according to a report from the
Eaton County Prosecuting Attorney's Office.
The officer, Eaton County Sheriff's Sgt. Jonathan Frost, was cleared by
the county prosecutor in June after an investigation into the teen's
Deven was unlawfully stopped for flashing his lights at officer Frost,
who knew his lights were too bright on his new police car.
Hence, the boy respectfully did not understand why he was being
The boy complied when asked to get on the ground, was tasered. Shocked and
surprised, had a reaction to being tased. Imagine that.
This reaction gave cause in Sgt Frost's mind to execute Deven with not
one, not two, not three, not four, not five, not six, but seven bullets.
Many are saying that Deven deserved to die for not genuflecting upon
demand to the almighty police.
From what I say of the video, seems to indicate a need for ordinary
citizens to be armed in the face of a crazed armed police force.
But all this aside. What is the gorilla in the room everyone is
Rogue Cop's crime covered up
That's right. The County prosecutor blamed the victim and covered for
the perpetrator of the crime.
A police officer, with a superior knowledge of the law, trained in taking down suspects,
experienced with years of police work, has an awesome responsibility in
relation to a young 17-year-old kid he confronts.
A fiduciary responsibility in terms of finances.
Police officers know better than to kill as a first resort to handling
a routine traffic stop.
The government official attempted to cover up the crime of one of their
So, where does that leave us?
Anyone remember priest molestations?
And you say, "How does this relate?"
Another situation where an older, experienced and trusted adult came
into contact with a younger inexperienced boy to commit a crime.
The crime of statutory rape on one hand and the crime of murder in the
Both deserve prison time.
the civil cases for millions of dollars in the priest molestation
was in saying that the Church had the responsibility for law
enforcement, that the Church covered up the crimes and that the Church
Yes, the Church has a moral responsibility in regards to sin, but not a law enforcement responsibility.
In this shooting case, the lawsuit will be about the county covering up
the crime and wherether of not their insurance should pay.
But the real point is that both crimes were and are the responsibility
of police and the courts to handle crime -- murder in one case and statutory rape in the other.
None of the governmental police departments in the areas the priests were in were ever sued
for not arresting the criminal priest.
No, the Bishop who took the confession of the sinning priest, was charged with the crime as
an accomplice. Attorney-client privilege is better protected than the confessional.
No Christian forgiveness allowed in a court of law --- years and years and years after the
Law Enforcement not held
accountable in Priest Molestations
Point to be made here, is that the government's courts went after the
Catholic Church for tens of millions of dollars, after the government's
own law enforcement failed to act.
The correct responsible party for law enforcement was not held
accountable in the priest molestation cases.
Made into a Federal
We will see if a murdered young white boy's grieving mother will see
any justice from our court system.
Seems to me this case should have been filed in the State courts.
Interestingly, they filed in a federal court, and the feds have no love
of the States who created them.