Baltimore Police Shooting VIDEO – Justified? (VIEWER WARNING)

Baltimore Police Shooting VIDEO – Justified?

Baltimore Police on Thursday identified the 18-year-old man who was fatally shot by a detective during a foot pursuit Tuesday.


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48 Comments on Baltimore Police Shooting VIDEO – Justified? (VIEWER WARNING)

  1. OT, Lt. Gen Hal Moore packed it in today at 94 years old. I’ve looked for coverage to forward, can’t find any. Very sad an American hero is ignored by the drive by media. Including Fox.

  2. @BadBrad.

    Fill us in. It’s up to you if you know of his story and nobody else is reporting it. I didn’t know there were generals still active duty at 94.

    Tell us the story which spans many wars.

  3. Obama’s kid had the opportunity to kill this Cop when he darted around the car, but he lost his advantage and was neutralized when he tried to point his piece at the Cop while on the run. It was a good shoot, the kid was lucky to have lived as long as he did.

  4. It looks to me like the perp turned towards the officer with his gun in the right hand and ready to raise it towards the officer.
    Justified shooting?? Absolutely.

  5. @Left Coast Dan plus @BB. Obviously I’m way behind the curve. Now I want to know everything. Book reading ahead. Sorry. I feel like a dope. Not the first time.

  6. Gen Hal Moore? I will check him out. RIP General, you did your duty.
    Oh BTW Youse guys, ever read the NYT Best seller “I was a Hero” by Richard Blumenthal? Foreword By Johnathon Kerry of Viet Nam fame?
    Shit, me neither. Gotta lookitup.
    Goonite guys.’tis been a pleasure.

  7. Back to the original story, the look on the perps face at about 27 seconds is haunting. Finally realized the truth a little to late. However my main concern is for an officer that is required to shoot one of these political hostages. Taking a life can’t be good or easy.


    Seriously. Isn’t it just better for everyone that those black people willing to go back to Africa, just jump on a FREE boat/plane, and collect their welfare check over there for the rest of their lives?

    We are paying for them no matter what anyway, why not let the menace cause trouble over there?

  9. How many on this site would:
    A) Run on foot from the police
    B) Carrying a handgun
    C) Point the gun at a cop

    None of us would. We know better.
    We were taught better.

    This kid was taught to hate cops and shoot or be shot.
    Blame Obama, Sharpton, Jackson, Farakahn, and all the other blaming black bastards that can’t be honest for one goddamn second!

  10. The time between the “youth” exiting the alley and the shot was less than three seconds. Consider the cop was probably out of breath and full of adrenalin from running and was probably surprised by the “youth’s” sudden entrance from the alley. I don’t think I would have had the composure to make a clean shot like he did.
    When did they start allowing police to have so much body art?

  11. The tone of every single news report on this (if they would be honest) should be that the perp was shot because he pointed a gun at the cop. Of course he got shot.

    You couldn’t pay me enough to be a Baltimore cop.

  12. “We Were Soldiers ” is one of my favorite movies. The lyrics to the Sgt. McKenzie dirge are the most hauunting refrain…

    Lay me down in the cold cold ground
    Where before many more have gone
    Lay me down in the cold cold ground
    Where before many more have gone

    When they come I will stand my ground
    Stand my ground I’ll not be afraid

    Thoughts of home take away my fear
    Sweat and blood hide my veil of tears

    Once a year say a prayer for me
    Close your eyes and remember me

    Never more shall I see the sun
    For I fell to a Germans gun

    Lay me down in the cold cold ground
    Where before many more have gone
    Lay me down in the cold cold ground
    Where before many more have gone
    Where before many more have gone

    The dirge was written by the great grandson of Sgt Charles S.MacKenzie, a Scottish soldier killed in WWI. The director of “We Were Soldiers” heard it and was so moved moved that it was included in the soundtrack.

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