Saturday, November 5, 2016

No, I Don't Like It

So, what the hell is really going on here? I was shocked when I first viewed the image of a police officer standing over the body of a dead man, taking a selfie, and giving a thumbs up.

Okay, maybe he is just verifying man is dead.

But, the smile. That gesture just changes everything in my opinion.

The image was released by an anonymous source, and according to mother of deceased's, lawyer, this photo may never have come out otherwise. Hidden amongst the garbage of pile after pile of police brutality by a band of, "I've got your back," thugs.

How else to explain that smile.

On the other hand, could this be something just as sinister... a photo-shopped image to ruin the career of one man and add fuel to fire over the 'reputation' of our police force?

I'll be waiting for answers.

Here, for more


KC said...

Beyond the perceived cruelty here, why take a photo? What kind of a person would want to keep a memento of this scene? No wonder people are being killed; they have been stripped of their humanity.

Maggie Jean said...

Thanks for bringing that up, KC. It just boggles the mind what people do. Was he going to save it to show his grandkids? I guess they will see it now. Do these people understand it does not go away, yet, even so, why, why would someone take a picture of humans at their worst?

Maggie Jean said...

The above comment is out of grammatically incorrect. It's early.

Maggie Jean said...

So is this one, above.

Yes, I'll be here all evening, folks. : )

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