Skip to comments.Atlanta police just walked off the job in zone 6, 7, and 3....they are turning in their keys and quitting their jobs.
Posted on 06/17/2020 4:44:42 PM PDT by brianr10
Alanta police are walking off the job.
Can’t blame them a bit.
Maybe they can get some discount Sheriff Lobos and Deputy Perkins to fill in?
Excellent. Time for Nationwide “Blue Flu”
More police should quit. It has to get worse before it gets better.
Are those zones of particular significance?
Good for them, the murder charge is evil.
This will work out just fine. What could go wrong?
I hope they find jobs in locations that will appreciate their service.
Posters to Twiiter say there are 6 zones, plus the rapid transit.
Im already reluctant to drive thru there. I will find other ways to travel to the East Coast.
“Time for Nationwide Blue Flu
Hope it’s more contagious then corona.
All whites should not be cops because they are in a no-win situation and their lives will be made miserable.
Let it all burn.
We should have national lockdowns more often. The prison race riots have been thrilling. /S
Let’s see how the race pimps like it when civilians start shooting people who are robbing their homes, rather than calling the cops with their rules of engagement. The biggest irony is that black criminals most often victimize their own people (because they are physically closer, and most criminals are fundamentally lazy whatever their race), and those doing the shooting will, themselves, be black.
If I were an Atlanta cop, I would be joining them in leaving the job. When the mainstream media refuses to report about Rayshard Brooks history-—enough is enough.
Also reported by the Sun-
Rayshard Brooks was on probation and could have gone to
RAYSHARD Brooks was on probation and could have gone to prison over his DUI arrest at a Wendys on the night he was fatally shot by police. The 27-year-old was on probation for four crimes when he ..
Time for them to experience what a “Day Without Whites” really means.
Hell, I’d call in sick until they fired me.
I'll be curious to see if they can get a conviction on the accused officer. Even in Baltimore in the Freddy Gray case, the state's attorney was not able to get a single conviction of any of the nine indicted officers.
the chief resigned
anyone know if he was forced out?
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