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DonkeySlayer 2 points ago +2 / -0

Kieth Elision needs to be held accountable for not releasing the bodycam videos and making it look like police brutality.

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Flipbarryfromreddit 1 point ago +1 / -0

But we didnu nuffin’!!!!! It wuz in da name of social justice guyz

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C0RNP0P 1 point ago +1 / -0

Biden riots now. Biden/Floyd 2020

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ArmyLady 1 point ago +1 / -0

They were not george floyd riots. That was just an excuse.

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Ragnar_Danneskjold 1 point ago +1 / -0

We need a national law that states in areas where riots have been declared, the use or threat of lethal force will be assumed to be in self-defense automatically, and that prosecutors must make individual case by case arguments why a use of lethal force event should be treated as it might normally be in non-riot times, as well as changes to what is considered self-defense during riots or civil unrest, such as brandishing or threatening with a firearm laws being suspended entirely.

Basically a law that says "if you shoot someone for standing on your front porch in normal times, you'll be arrested and investigated for possible homicide as normal. But if it is in a declared riot, it will be assumed to have been in self defense and prosecutors will have to argue why your case specifically should be prosecuted as not-self defense". Right now lethal force in any situation is assumed to be a crime, and you have to argue why it wasn't. During civil unrest it should be flipped and lethal force should be assumed to not be a crime and the prosecutors should have to argue why it is.

Add in to that, we need a "right of way" law that states motor vehicles have an absolute right of way on public roads, full stop. The whole "the pedestrian has the right of way" thing needs to be trashed completely. I don't care if you're a cyclist, an actual jogger, or an Antifag blocking the road to intimidate people. We need a law that says "motor vehicles have claim to the road and they don't have to stop for you. Get out of the way. If you get hit, that's your fault and the driver is assumed automatically to be entirely blameless".