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Large turnout for vigil of innocent muslim man murdered by police watch

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    (Original post by im.a.witch)
    WHAT ARE YOU ACTUALLY INSANE

    drug dealers are the lowest of the low mann
    The ones I know are on the whole pretty nice. :dontknow:
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    I'll judge his innocence when I read the IPCC report when it's published and find out more about what happened.
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    (Original post by Cato the Elder)
    Great guy. Read more about him.
    Are you currently unemployed or on minimum wage?
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    (Original post by liberty cap)
    The ones I know are on the whole pretty nice. :dontknow:
    The ones i know are not and they make peoples lives hell feeding peoples addiction and turning the to desperate wrecks
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    (Original post by im.a.witch)
    The ones i know are not and they make peoples lives hell feeding peoples addiction and turning the to desperate wrecks
    Yeah, plenty of publicans like that about.
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    Isn't this how the London Riots started?

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    (Original post by Moonstruck16)
    Isn't this how the London Riots started?

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    The only legitimate response to concerns about the police's use of lethal force when dealing with violent, armed criminals is to loot a pair of trainers.
    Or possibly a TV.
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    (Original post by Moonstruck16)
    Isn't this how the London Riots started?
    It's Huddersfield. There'll be absolutely no way of telling whether or not a riot has hit.
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    The police aren't trigger happy in the UK like they are in the States. The amount of selection and training they have to do is orders of magnitudes more than what they have to do to carry a gun in the USA and the amount of paperwork they have to do after discharging a firearm is enough to put them off firing a gun willy-nilly.

    Facts:

    - This was a planned operation, sounds like they did a TPAC on the vehicle (boxed in and forced it to pull over).
    - That would suggest there were plenty of officers involved to handle the operation. Usually they would smash the windows of the target vehicle and stop the suspects before they had any chance of legging it, if an officer had to discharge a firearm with that much backup then they probably had a reason.
    - They found a gun (with a silencer!) in the car.

    Speculation:

    - The police probably had information that the suspects might be carrying firearms.

    Although I think it is surprising that none of the officers were wearing body cameras in this day and age. More and more of the police do wear them so it seems odd that they don't prioritise making armed officers wear them.
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    I had a PSNI officier put their Hand on their gun And attempt to distract me before. I'm fairly massive And am very strong naturall, not to sound cheesy but Im certain They were waiting for me to do something. I don't think They are very good listeners either... a police officier is afraid should They really be doing their job? It sounds potentially They might be intimidated by his car (flash audi) And his look. If he has a reputation wether he is à dealer or not I would maybe expect to find a gun there but police officiers do have body armour And a vehicle. They went to the car window, could a wait es in the safe ty of their bullet proof vehicles. The police are playing into a schème will get protection but as far as having a supressed pistol under your feet still dorant mean its in your hand. Maybe he had more than that in him or there was some other reason? This is really interesting to me personally And a bit confusing. I hope It gets solved.
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    (Original post by Drewski)
    It's Huddersfield. There'll be absolutely no way of telling whether or not a riot has hit.
    😂😂😂

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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    I'm not a maniac. And I don't sympathise with criminals; I sympathise with the oppressed.


    So oppressed.
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    Because of The way some police officiers get In And How They enjoy power of constable So much that They expert power beyond their remit à lot have public retribution for their actions or death In many causes unfortunately It is just around The corner for a lot of them.
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    That's a good question, I assumed he was because his father's name was Mohammed. Googled it, and I know the Sun is a piece of crap, they claim he described himself as Muslim (on a dating website - not a very good muslim). http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...police-9562914

    We could argue all day whether or not he was a "true muslim", but is that really important? The important thing is that our police have essentially murdered an innocent member of a minority - without trial. The policeman responsible will probably only receive a half-hearted slap on the wrist.
    The policemen responsible should be awarded medals
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    For committing genocide?
    LOL you're funny!
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    Dozens of people have attended a vigil at the spot where a man was shot dead in cold blood by police.

    He was shot when police stopped a car near junction 24 of the M62 on Monday evening.

    Traffic on the motorway slowed as about 100 people, including the dead man's parents, gathered near the site to lay flowers and light candles.
    Mohammed Yaqub, Yassar's father said he felt his son was "killed unlawfully".
    He said: "He hasn't got a bad past, because he's never been convicted of anything.

    "He's never had a charge of him at all. We had a car business, by the way, so all sorts of cars come and go."

    "I want answers, full answers, nothing but the truth.

    "How can you kill someone like this, at a time like this, without giving him a chance to get out or anything? We're not in America, we're not in third-world countries.

    "We'd like to be left to mourn."

    Balloons were released into the night sky and the gathering was "very peaceful and respectful" said BBC reporter Ian White, who was at the scene.

    On Tuesday evening, protesters carrying banners reading "stop the killings" brought traffic to a halt in Leeds Road, Bradford.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leeds-38509806
    He was a drug dealing scum bag who had an illegal firearm

    Good riddance scum



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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    That's a good question, I assumed he was because his father's name was Mohammed. Googled it, and I know the Sun is a piece of crap, they claim he described himself as Muslim (on a dating website - not a very good muslim). http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...police-9562914

    We could argue all day whether or not he was a "true muslim", but is that really important? The important thing is that our police have essentially murdered an innocent member of a minority - without trial. The policeman responsible will probably only receive a half-hearted slap on the wrist.
    You would be celebrating if that scumbag shot and killed a police officer wouldn't you.

    Oh and the police didn't murder him

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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    For committing genocide?
    Because shooting a drug dealer is the following:

    The deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular nation or ethnic group
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    I would not mourn him shuffling off this mortal coil
 
 
 
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