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roadvol

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Re: Due Process is not acceptable
« Reply #14 on: April 13, 2021, 10:12:53 AM »
Wisconsin is an at-will state meaning most employers can fire an employee with or without cause.  I would expect government employees would have contracts that provide some due process/justification for termination, but it’s possible they do not.

Either way this is a case that should piss off everyone.  Daune Wright was shot after a tragic stop and the officer who shot him yelled taser when discharging her weapon.  How does an officer make that mistake?
It was a tragic accident and the officer will pay the price either thru prosecution or guilt the rest of her life. That's no excuse for rioting and injuring innocents and destroying people's property who had nothing to do with this.

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Re: Due Process is not acceptable
« Reply #15 on: April 13, 2021, 10:42:06 AM »
Wisconsin is an at-will state meaning most employers can fire an employee with or without cause.  I would expect government employees would have contracts that provide some due process/justification for termination, but it’s possible they do not.

Either way this is a case that should piss off everyone.  Daune Wright was shot after a tragic stop and the officer who shot him yelled taser when discharging her weapon.  How does an officer make that mistake?

Panic induced by the dummy trying to flee the detainment via his vehicle?

No excuse for it, but that is how mistakes are made.

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Re: Due Process is not acceptable
« Reply #16 on: April 13, 2021, 11:23:37 AM »
By coincidence wife and I had planned on visiting both Minnesota and DC this summer to visit relatives.
Now, because MN will probably be burning all summer and DC is under marshal law we're looking at possibly visiting North Korea or El Salvador where things are more peaceful.....and safe.
Have you thanked our resident libs today?......:smiley_confused1:

DC is not in any way "under MARTIAL law".  Security is tighter than normal, but vast stretches of the city are unaffected.  We walked all over the place readily and undeterred.

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Re: Due Process is not acceptable
« Reply #17 on: April 13, 2021, 02:07:50 PM »
Wisconsin is an at-will state meaning most employers can fire an employee with or without cause.  I would expect government employees would have contracts that provide some due process/justification for termination, but it’s possible they do not.

Either way this is a case that should piss off everyone.  Daune Wright was shot after a tragic stop and the officer who shot him yelled taser when discharging her weapon.  How does an officer make that mistake?


An EEOC hire who doesn't know shit from Shinola.   When you hire on the basis of quotas instead of qualifications this is what you get.


Most here probably don't know what Shinola is either.  :dink:
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Re: Due Process is not acceptable
« Reply #18 on: April 13, 2021, 02:11:53 PM »
It was a tragic accident and the officer will pay the price either thru prosecution or guilt the rest of her life. That's no excuse for rioting and injuring innocents and destroying people's property who had nothing to do with this.

It has nothing to do with anyone getting killed blacks use any excuse now to riot, burn, loot and commit violent acts. Until extreme measures are put in place to stop them it will continue.  After all whitey owes them.    :celebrate:
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Re: Due Process is not acceptable
« Reply #19 on: April 13, 2021, 02:54:34 PM »
DC is not in any way "under MARTIAL law".  Security is tighter than normal, but vast stretches of the city are unaffected.  We walked all over the place readily and undeterred.

Cincy...I think you know, or at least should know I was being sarcastic since many federal buildings and sites are off limits and behind barbed wire. I still cannot understand your need to correct everyone.
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Re: Due Process is not acceptable
« Reply #20 on: April 13, 2021, 03:40:01 PM »
Cincy...I think you know, or at least should know I was being sarcastic since many federal buildings and sites are off limits and behind barbed wire. I still cannot understand your need to correct everyone.
Your assertion is false.  I saw zero barbed wire.  Many Federal buildings are off limits anyway, all the time, you can't just stroll into FBI QQ or SCOTUS or the WH when you feel the urge.  The Capitol building is surrounded by an 8 foot temporary fence.  It's a shame that it is in my view, but that is a fact, it's a simple enough fence.

There was less "military presence" than I expected frankly.

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Re: Due Process is not acceptable
« Reply #21 on: April 13, 2021, 06:27:35 PM »
Your assertion is false.  I saw zero barbed wire.  Many Federal buildings are off limits anyway, all the time, you can't just stroll into FBI QQ or SCOTUS or the WH when you feel the urge.  The Capitol building is surrounded by an 8 foot temporary fence.  It's a shame that it is in my view, but that is a fact, it's a simple enough fence.

There was less "military presence" than I expected frankly.
They took down all the barriers already?  I didn't know that.  When did that happen?

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Re: Due Process is not acceptable
« Reply #22 on: April 13, 2021, 07:20:49 PM »
No barbed wire but an 8 foot fence of temporary nature

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« Reply #23 on: April 13, 2021, 07:28:50 PM »
Your assertion is false.  I saw zero barbed wire.  Many Federal buildings are off limits anyway, all the time, you can't just stroll into FBI QQ or SCOTUS or the WH when you feel the urge.  The Capitol building is surrounded by an 8 foot temporary fence.  It's a shame that it is in my view, but that is a fact, it's a simple enough fence.

There was less "military presence" than I expected frankly.
You really can't help yourself can you...lol

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Re: Due Process is not acceptable
« Reply #24 on: April 13, 2021, 08:15:44 PM »
Wisconsin is an at-will state meaning most employers can fire an employee with or without cause.  I would expect government employees would have contracts that provide some due process/justification for termination, but it’s possible they do not.

Either way this is a case that should piss off everyone.  Daune Wright was shot after a tragic stop and the officer who shot him yelled taser when discharging her weapon.  How does an officer make that mistake?

Ah, so that means the officer doesn't deserve due process.   Thanks for clarifying.   

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Re: Due Process is not acceptable
« Reply #25 on: April 13, 2021, 09:35:08 PM »
Wisconsin is an at-will state meaning most employers can fire an employee with or without cause.  I would expect government employees would have contracts that provide some due process/justification for termination, but it’s possible they do not.

Either way this is a case that should piss off everyone.  Daune Wright was shot after a tragic stop and the officer who shot him yelled taser when discharging her weapon.  How does an officer make that mistake?
Daune has no responsibility for his death? He complied with all police instructions and definitely did not try to flee? 

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Re: Due Process is not acceptable
« Reply #26 on: April 13, 2021, 09:51:28 PM »
No barbed wire but an 8 foot fence of temporary nature
You may need to go back to DC to escape crime in ATL?

Atlanta’s deadliest year in decades has city on edge and demanding change

https://www.ajc.com/news/atlantas-deadliest-year-in-decades-has-city-on-edge-and-demanding-change/WAF3MV7AVBD2BO2RZVANXDI6E4/

Homicides surged 58 percent in 2020

A teen selling water bottles killed over $10. A young man shot at a skate park. A child gunned down on the Fourth of July.

Their deaths were among the 157 homicides the Atlanta Police Department investigated in 2020, up from 99 in 2019 and the most in more than two decades.

“It’s ridiculous that now, even during this pandemic, we got more gun violence going on than ever before,”

“It’s really scary because you don’t know who’s going to be killed or who’s going to be shot or where those shots are coming from,” Ward said. “It’s just everywhere.”

“I’ve never been afraid to get gas or go to the grocery store before,” said Buckhead resident Agie Rutkowski. “Now, if it’s dark outside, I don’t go out.”

“Crime is out of control,” said Amber Connor, who was among a group of residents gathered outside City Hall earlier this month to commemorate homicide victims and demand new leadership. “What are we going to do to fix it?”




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Re: Due Process is not acceptable
« Reply #27 on: April 13, 2021, 11:41:12 PM »
It was a tragic accident and the officer will pay the price either thru prosecution or guilt the rest of her life. That's no excuse for rioting and injuring innocents and destroying people's property who had nothing to do with this.
All ole boy had to do was take another ride to the pokey but decided to be like all the other dirtbags who resist arrest and ended up dead.

legalizing deadly force against those who resist and flee would put an end to this shit ...... QUICKLY!!!!

 

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