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Blake was charged with third degree sexual assault which, based on the state definitions would suggest it involved, "Sexual intercourse with a person without consent of that person, or Sexual contact with intentional penile ejaculation with a person without consent of that person."
That it was third degree just means that Blake's ex wasn't a minor and that he didn't hurt her in the process or use explicit violence.
So Jacob Blake is, at best, an alleged rapist. That doesn't mean he's guilty, but his previous clashes with the law don't help. And the charge doesn't come from some diffuse systematically racist system, but his own ex-girlfriend, who alleges domestic violence.
Standing up for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault is supposed to be a top Democrat priority, but not when they decide to swamp in support of a criminal.
The media not only refuses to use the words, "rape,"or "rapist" in connection with Jacob Blake, it's trying to flood the zone with garbage fact checks to imply that the accusations that Blake had committed sexual assault is some sort of social media myth.
So much for #MeToo.
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A Daily Blog By Shillman Journalism Fellow Daniel Greenfield

  1. It's Not Just the Riots: It's the Crime

  2. #MeToo: Why Won't the Media Call Jacob Blake a Rapist?

  3. Majority of White Wisconsinites Now Against Black Lives Matter Rallies

  4. Democrats Spent Months Rioting and Looting, Then Republicans Pounced

  5. Portland Mayor Last Week: Riots Are Here to Stay, This Week: Riots Must End
 
Blake was charged with third degree sexual assault which, based on the state definitions would suggest it involved, "Sexual intercourse with a person without consent of that person, or Sexual contact with intentional penile ejaculation with a person without consent of that person."
That it was third degree just means that Blake's ex wasn't a minor and that he didn't hurt her in the process or use explicit violence.
So Jacob Blake is, at best, an alleged rapist. That doesn't mean he's guilty, but his previous clashes with the law don't help. And the charge doesn't come from some diffuse systematically racist system, but his own ex-girlfriend, who alleges domestic violence.
Standing up for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault is supposed to be a top Democrat priority, but not when they decide to swamp in support of a criminal.
The media not only refuses to use the words, "rape,"or "rapist" in connection with Jacob Blake, it's trying to flood the zone with garbage fact checks to imply that the accusations that Blake had committed sexual assault is some sort of social media myth.
So much for #MeToo.
Share


THE POINT
VIEW ALL
A Daily Blog By Shillman Journalism Fellow Daniel Greenfield

  1. It's Not Just the Riots: It's the Crime

  2. #MeToo: Why Won't the Media Call Jacob Blake a Rapist?

  3. Majority of White Wisconsinites Now Against Black Lives Matter Rallies

  4. Democrats Spent Months Rioting and Looting, Then Republicans Pounced

  5. Portland Mayor Last Week: Riots Are Here to Stay, This Week: Riots Must End
 
Nope, I call the cops. I call the salvation army to take away old Clothes, Books, and furniture. You call them when you're in danger? No wonder Runner calls you dumb Alfie.
you make seem like the cops are your enemy.......

i am not fond of the cops. i have dealt with them way too many times in my life. it's all we got though. years of dealing with violent criminals a daily basis hardens them. brutal job. spend a few days in the can will give you a good education what they deal with.

don't ever call the salvation army. it's a scam organization. every captain is on the take. better charities out there.........
 
if you have a past for sexual criminal acts. chances are pretty good your a repeater or worse.......

the trend is your friend.........
So anytime someone is accused of something they've done in their past, that automatically makes them guilty, I don't think that's how the law works
 
There were only 3 of them, and they were too weak and incompetent to handle a normal sized or below guy. Should have called the whole force. Maybe there was a little girl on the force that could have handled the job these pussies couldn't. And what kind of hick assed police force doesn't have body cams in 2020?
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-53954181

Should police have responded differently?
With Jacob Blake...

While there is no specific rule for every single scenario, both experts note that as far as we know, Mr Blake was not being arrested or wanted for any heinous crime (like mass murder).

The whole encounter played out in around seven seconds.

"The effort to prevent him from getting into his car and driving away is what led to the violence," says Mr German. "They had his licence plate number, if they needed to go arrest him later, he would be easy to find."

Prof Burkhalter adds that in the moments leading up to the shots, officers "passed through several decision points where, arguably, they could have made more effective decisions", like tackling him or tasing him again.

"When someone resists arrest and they attempt to walk away, which happens often...that in and of itself is not carte blanche to use deadly physical force, period."

The retired detective adds that if Mr Blake threatened deadly force, drawing weapons could be justified. But he says it's "particularly disturbing" that an officer grabbed his shirt with one hand and fired with the other.

"It didn't appear to be life threatening at that particular point and holding someone in place so you can shoot them, unless they are actually armed at that time, seems wildly problematic."

There's also a lack of situational awareness, Prof Burkhalter points out, calling it "an absolute miracle" that none of the seven shots ricocheted to strike the children in the car.




"They had his licence plate number, if they needed to go arrest him later, he would be easy to find."


Arrest Him Later.

Give Him A Little More Time To Go Commit Some More Crimes.

A Real Fucking NIT WIT.
 
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ok perry mason, lets start from the beginning. why were the cops there? why did he resist?
First of all I'm not spending all night debating this. Second, it makes no difference why the cops were there, and it also makes no difference if the guy was resisting, the only thing that matters is, at the exact moment when the cop shot him 7 times in the back, did the cop feel like his life was threatened, did he feel the only course of action in that exact moment was to open fire, all the other stuff about why they were there and what the guy did or didn't do doesn't matter, did the cop feel like he needed to take the action he did at that exact moment, that's it.
 
This is why Jacob Blake had a warrant out for his arrest

Blake, 29, was forbidden from going to the Kenosha home of his alleged victim from the May 3 incident, and police were dispatched Sunday following a 911 call saying he was there.
The responding officers were aware he had an open warrant for felony sexual assault, according to dispatch records and the Kenosha Professional Police Association, which released a statement on the incident on Friday.
That police union statement also claimed that Blake was armed with a knife at the time of the shooting — and had put one cop in a headlock and shrugged off two Taser attempts while resisting arrest.
Blake is accused in the criminal complaint, which was obtained by The Post, of breaking into the home of a woman he knew and sexually assaulting her.
The victim, who is only identified by her initials in the paperwork, told police she was asleep in bed with one of her children when Blake came into the room around 6 a.m. and allegedly said “I want my sh-t,” the record states.
She told cops Blake then used his finger to sexually assault her, sniffed it and said, “Smells like you’ve been with other men,” the criminal complaint alleges.

The officer who took her statement said she “had a very difficult time telling him this and cried as she told how the defendant assaulted her.”
The alleged victim said Blake “penetrating her digitally caused her pain and humiliation and was done without her consent” and she was “very humiliated and upset by the sexual assault,” the record states.
She told police she “was upset but collected herself” and then allegedly ran out the front door after Blake, the complaint says. She then realized her car was missing, checked her purse and saw the keys were missing and then “immediately called 911,” the complaint alleges.
The alleged victim told cops she has known him for eight years and claims that he physically assaults her “around twice a year when he drinks heavily.”
Police filed charges against him for felony sexual assault, trespassing and domestic abuse in July when a warrant was issued for his arrest.
Wait- you mean the guy was a fuckin scumbag and not a modal citizen,
 
First of all I'm not spending all night debating this. Second, it makes no difference why the cops were there, and it also makes no difference if the guy was resisting, the only thing that matters is, at the exact moment when the cop shot him 7 times in the back, did the cop feel like his life was threatened, did he feel the only course of action in that exact moment was to open fire, all the other stuff about why they were there and what the guy did or didn't do doesn't matter, did the cop feel like he needed to take the action he did at that exact moment, that's it.
you don't need to defend or debate it at all.

nor does anyone else.
 
the guys real crime was not having several million to make his rape accusation go away, left himself open for being shot in back 7 times.

Next time Turnip reaches in his pocket for a tic tac/weapon you can't pop him un the back cuz he a rich white falsely accused rapist.
 
First of all I'm not spending all night debating this. Second, it makes no difference why the cops were there, and it also makes no difference if the guy was resisting, the only thing that matters is, at the exact moment when the cop shot him 7 times in the back, did the cop feel like his life was threatened, did he feel the only course of action in that exact moment was to open fire, all the other stuff about why they were there and what the guy did or didn't do doesn't matter, did the cop feel like he needed to take the action he did at that exact moment, that's it.
obviously the cops felt threatened.....

you think the cops pulled up and said to themselves lets cap this black....

you think if a white guy does the exact same thing with the same out come it makes the news........
 
the guys real crime was not having several million to make his rape accusation go away, left himself open for being shot in back 7 times.

Next time Turnip reaches in his pocket for a tic tac/weapon you can't pop him un the back cuz he a rich white falsely accused rapist.
expand on trumps violent past.......
 
[QUOTE="alfie, post: 7639347, member: 109846"]obviously the cops felt threatened.....

you think the cops pulled up and said to themselves lets cap this black....

you think if a white guy does the exact same thing with the same out come it makes the news........[/QUOTE]

Only one cop did the shooting
 
First of all I'm not spending all night debating this. Second, it makes no difference why the cops were there, and it also makes no difference if the guy was resisting, the only thing that matters is, at the exact moment when the cop shot him 7 times in the back, did the cop feel like his life was threatened, did he feel the only course of action in that exact moment was to open fire, all the other stuff about why they were there and what the guy did or didn't do doesn't matter, did the cop feel like he needed to take the action he did at that exact moment, that's it.
This sums it up perfectly. Good job.
 
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