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WOW!!!!!  Finally I found it!  I love this song!
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Flying the American Flag upside down isn't necessarily disrespectful.......it's actually a sign of distress.
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Any thoughts about body kits to make these sleek looking? ...and where can you get a custom body kit if they do exist for these?
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I don't normally comment on stuff like this but I felt compelled to say something here.....I respectfully disagree with your analysis.  You are focusing on the wrong things. Mr. Brown grabbed his pants and ran towards him.....yes it makes no sense to you but when your pants is drooping what are you going to grab first just before you take off running??? Witnesses testify that he did run in the direction of the officer.  He just robbed a store......don't you think that someone with sense would not rob a store and then walk down the middle of the street drawing attention to yourself all of which happened according to witnesses??? Either he didn't know better, or didn't care. Not "It doesn't make sense."  It makes perfect sense! 
Different people react differently to all situations. So do we hold the officer emotionally accountable for shooting another human being? In other words should he have expressed more emotional remorse? I say No! Could he have done something different?  Yes, but it boils down to his training.  My Brother is a police officer and Veteran as I am, and when you are faced with a threat, you neutralize the threat by any means possible even if it means using deadly force.  The only tool he had to neutralize the threat was his side arm.  But not to defend him fully, he had the choice to carry a tazer but he didn't.  At the same time, carrying a tazer is not a requirement by the police department.  And also, and regardless, police officers are really not required to be warm and fuzzy and be all emotional.  It doesn't matter what he feels.  People get too emotional when it comes a police officer's job. You don't understand because you are not in his shoes as with being in a soldier's shoes in battle where it's either kill or be killed.
I disagree with your assessment that he should have appeared more sympathetic or not appear to be cold hearted.  It doesn't matter! You are analyzing the reaction to a young thugs actions.  The officer responded to Michael Brown's choices.  We fail to realize how this all started in the first place.  He did do his job according to his training.  Now should he be blamed for doing his job the way he was trained? Personally, I don't think he is fully to blame.  I'm sorry but that's the reality of being a police officer.  Now that being said, I feel that the police department needs to change it's training regiment and they should be required to carry non-lethal fire arms and a body camera.  
As insensitive as this may sound, feelings and emotions have no place in this.  This is why the Grand Jury decided not to indict him. They analyzed the witness testimony and experts and left emotions out of it. They were not interested in emotions. I also hated all the race baiting the liberal media has done which helped fuel the riots and deepening the divide in our Black community. In this case, race should have been left out. The root cause of this situation is not the police officer's reaction.  Let's get that straight! Had his parents done the right thing in raising this kid properly, he wouldn't have made stupid choices and put himself in this situation.  I'm sorry but that's how I see it. I don't see race and I have a zero sensitivity towards thugs regardless of race.  Now, do we have a race issue with some police officer's?  Absolutely! I've experienced it first hand. Do all white police officer's act the same?  No they do not! 
This situation is a poor example of a race related police shooting. Try doing a root cause analysis of the whole situation and not emphasize race and emotions. Or try analyzing this same exact situation but switching the roles where the officer is Black and the "Unarmed child" is white......  :) Would your analysis be the same???
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I'm sorry but the police did their job and I did not see any abuse or disrespect here.  The young lady was acting out when she didn't have to...really!  My brother was a cop and according to him, this is standard operating procedure when they are called out to a complaint......It's not like they were passing by and decided to harass a Black person.....They were called out!  Since she decided that she was not going to cooperate and not show her ID and decided to walk away, they had to detain her until they can figure out what was going on!  Since she did that, the police could have very well charged her for leaving the scene or interfering with a police investigation and she would have spent the night in jail....and for what???  People really need to choose their battles wisely. All she had to do was show her ID and they would have concluded that there was no wrong doing and they would have been going about their business......instead, drama ensued.... and they were there way longer than they should have......SMH......so to me, they should have dragged her spoiled ass to jail.
As far as the eye whitnesses who called the police: http://www.tmz.com/2014/09/17/django-unchained-actress-racism-lapd-daniele-watts-pictures-photos/
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Gotta love selective hearing......LOL
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Yo....LEAVE!!!! Get the HELL OUT OF MY COUNTRY!!!  Go back to Africa if you want and see how well you're treated!!! You're not happy here then go!!!! Straight up!!!  You say you never ask to be born here then pack your damn bags and move to Uganda or Ghana or Somalia and see how well you like it there!!!!  You think it's bad here???  You need to wake up brotha!!!  Stop whining like a pussy and take responsibility for your situation. It's no one else's fault but your own!!!
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Yeah right!!!  Talkin out the side of your neck!  This mayor is a joke! The city is in chaos and they have no control over the violence.  People need to wake up.  The Democrats do not have the Black Community interest at heart....so many of our people are suffering with no real future....but yet they still vote Democrats into office......smh
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Gotta love those Global Warming scientist.......lol
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I'm with you bro!!! Liberals have no clue!
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Her actions in court says it all! PERIOD! She got Jail time.....and she deserves to lose custody of her child to the father.  She is too unstable to care for the child!
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I hear what you are saying and I agree for the most part....BUT..... let me ask you, if Ferguson and his boy would have complied with the police officer, do you think he would have been shot? Do you think it makes sense to choose your battles and change the way we protest wrong doings?  What do you think the solution should be for future incidents like this to be avoided? If you say white supremacy is the problem, how do we fix it?
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