Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Clearly Murder to Me
Here's another article with a link to the surveillance video. You see Crawford drop the gun as he crawled away from the Officer. How does that constitute a threat? How is it they claim they were dealing with an "active shooter". When there were no gun shots reported? As I said before, How do you rush into a store that sells guns and assume a person holding one is a criminal? It seems clear to me that Crawford's initial drop and crawl was because he knew he had an unloaded BB gun and he was unclear as to what the threat was. He came BACK around to the original aisle when he caught sight of the blue uniformed officer who may or may not have taken a shot at him only to be confronted with the second, white shirted officer. It is clear that the tactics they used against a person commit ting no crime whatsoever, and clearly not a threat to anyone in the area, since there were no victims or potential victims in the closed off aisle, were the reason for his death. This is case of radicalized swatting. The caller should be held to account, and the officers dealt with in civil court since the grand jury inexplicably could not see what was plainly in front of them.