NY Cop Killer was a Coward

The man who killed two policemen in New York yesterday was a coward. He wrapped up his evil deed by trying to make it seem like retributive justice. This killing had nothing to do with Eric Garner or Michael Brown. This was the act of one evil man and to see people saying that there is blood on the hands of others is unfair. In our society we have the right to protest and we have the right to question illegal acts committed by anyone, and yes sometimes the people we pay to serve and protect do go a step too far, but questioning does not give anyone a right to kill. When I saw the coward had posted a cryptic message regarding his plans I was stunned to see he had received over 300 likes but probably none of the 300 people really thought the coward was actually going to kill cops, but sadly he was and he did. He will forever be known as the coward. The names worthy of remembering are Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos.

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  • C Taylor  On December 21, 2014 at 6:47 pm

    Absolutely agree! And if the POTUS and AGOTUS, and Al Sharpton were serious about the plight of justice and race in this country, they would go on the record of calling this a COWARDICE ACT just as you did.

  • atlmom5  On December 21, 2014 at 11:18 pm

    Absolutely!

  • Bill  On December 22, 2014 at 6:31 pm

    I’m sorry to disagree with you but you state that this crime had nothing to do with Eric Garner or Michael Brown but the perpetrator apparently thought it did. And I would think the murderer knew better than anyone else what motivated him to commit this heinous act. He stated in his Instagram messages that this was retribution for Michael Brown and Eric Garner and while we might believe that was not justification for the act we have no basis to dismiss this as his motive.

    As to the issue of culpability, unfortunately there was ample inflammatory rhetoric coming from even the highest places which could incite this type of retaliation. Words can be extremely powerful, particularly when uttered by those who might be revered by anyone who is not emotionally stable.

  • elogam  On December 23, 2014 at 8:22 am

    Where are Jesse and Al to condemn this violence? Oh,that’s right. No TV cameras in the area….

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