A new day, more violence, more collecting of information, more realization that those who burnt down a Wendy’s for example, don’t care about the facts.
The fuel for the latest round of violence and property destruction is coming from an attempted arrest of Rayshard Brooks, an intoxicated male parked in a Wendy’s parking lot in Atlanta, Georgia. What should have been a routine policing function of monitoring activities around the community escalated in a confrontation, wrestling, and eventual shooting death of Mr. Brooks.
As with many recent events, this tragedy only finds its self on the radar, of those seeking to perpetuate violence, because Rayshard Brooks is a black male and the police officer who shot him is white. For most Americans, they will give some time to have the evidence provided to the public, but for those who don’t care about the truth, in less than 24 hours after the event, burn down the Wendy’s Mr. Brooks was passed out at.
There goes @Wendys on University Ave.
I had to step away for my own safety but here is a look at rioters right before they lit a firework in the Wendy's where #atlantapolice shot and killed #RayshardBrooks @FOX5Atlanta pic.twitter.com/rR0XdDkaBk
— Alex Whittler (@AlexWhittler) June 14, 2020
The police bodycam videos and here are a few of the headlines:
“Atlanta officers’ bodycam shows sobriety test, physical struggle with Brooks before shooting” (Fox News)
“FULL BODYCAM VIDEO Reveals Atlanta Police Being Patient, Respectful with Rayshard Brooks (VIDEO)” (Gateway Pundit)
VIA GateWay Pundit
“Body camera footage from Officer Garrett Rolfe and Officer Devin Brosan were released by the Atlanta Police Department on Saturday.
The footage clearly shows Atlanta police officers behaving respectfully and doing everything they were supposed to do.”
“According to reports Rayshard Brooks fell asleep in a Wendy’s parking lot on Friday night.”
“When the police arrived Rayshard failed a breathalyzer test. Then when police attempted to arrest Brooks he became violent.”
Here is the video.
Brooks was fighting two police officers.
Here is an additional video Via Todd Starnes.
Was the burning down of a Wendy’s an understandable demonstration of the community’s anger to the wrongful death of another black American? I say not, considering it was done prior to the police’s own body cams, which along with other collected information showed the unfortunate path Rashard Brooks decided to go down. Those who burnt down the Wendy’s, terrorize incident people around the country, take over parts of cities stripping local residents of the civil rights, do so without considering all the facts, which is with polls showing a majority of Americans are against the riots.
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