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    OOPS-
    I started to post about the tv clip in my previous post. Sorry I screwed it up.

    What I wanted to ask is-
    I don't recall seeing this in the tv clip, but did any of the bystanders PHYSICALLY try to STOP him? Wouldn't SOMEONE do SOMETHING besides watch, yell/cry, and video record it? (I'm not talking about the little girl, of course).
    I'd like to think that I'd start pulling that fucker by the hair, or scratch his face, or SOMETHING. Anyway, I hope that's what I'd do if I'm ever a bystander to something like that. WHAT A SENSELESS MURDER.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jezebelle View Post
    OOPS-
    I started to post about the tv clip in my previous post. Sorry I screwed it up.

    What I wanted to ask is-
    I don't recall seeing this in the tv clip, but did any of the bystanders PHYSICALLY try to STOP him? Wouldn't SOMEONE do SOMETHING besides watch, yell/cry, and video record it? (I'm not talking about the little girl, of course).
    I'd like to think that I'd start pulling that fucker by the hair, or scratch his face, or SOMETHING. Anyway, I hope that's what I'd do if I'm ever a bystander to something like that. WHAT A SENSELESS MURDER.
    In situations like this, it seems everyone are just bystanders and never do anything because it may inconvenience them. People are awful. That is why I like animals way more than fellow human beings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumaki15 View Post
    In situations like this, it seems everyone are just bystanders and never do anything because it may inconvenience them. People are awful. That is why I like animals way more than fellow human beings.
    I wouldn't wanna do anything cause I don't wanna get fucking murdered.

    Kicking a cop ain't a good look. And if I intervened and saved his life, no one would actually know that his life was in danger once they gave their side of the story about how they tried to bring this crazy drunk under control and I jumped in and assaulted them.

    Also, way too many racists have infiltrated the police force. Not that that's new.

    How long until we find out hubby didn't make the force due to a bad psych eval? And they take some fucking animals, so that's REALLY bad.
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    What Ron said, unfortunately. The minute someone tried to step in (physically), wifey would have had them in a chokehold (or worse!) as well.

    Maybe if everyone got together and jumped them as a team . . .

    Maybe.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron_NYC View Post
    I wouldn't wanna do anything cause I don't wanna get fucking murdered.

    Kicking a cop ain't a good look. And if I intervened and saved his life, no one would actually know that his life was in danger once they gave their side of the story about how they tried to bring this crazy drunk under control and I jumped in and assaulted them.

    Also, way too many racists have infiltrated the police force. Not that that's new.

    How long until we find out hubby didn't make the force due to a bad psych eval? And they take some fucking animals, so that's REALLY bad.
    This! However, I'm a hothead. I will say something. I may not jump in, but I'll be screaming on the sidelines... Or I hope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strmmrgrrl View Post
    What Ron said, unfortunately. The minute someone tried to step in (physically), wifey would have had them in a chokehold (or worse!) as well.

    Maybe if everyone got together and jumped them as a team . . .

    Maybe.
    I would say that's about to happen any day now, but that hasn't really happened yet, and this police overreach/misconduct has been going on forever.

    Closest I can think of was the formation of the Black Panthers. Which started almost totally because of police brutality. They're also the reason for the gun laws getting put into place. Niggers being armed was NEVER part of the plan. Oops.


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    This! However, I'm a hothead. I will say something. I may not jump in, but I'll be screaming on the sidelines... Or I hope.
    The most I would do is try an make sure whoever was filming could continue filming. Cause you can get murder on tape and nothing happens, so without it everything totally gets swept under the rug.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron_NYC View Post
    I wouldn't wanna do anything cause I don't wanna get fucking murdered.

    Kicking a cop ain't a good look. And if I intervened and saved his life, no one would actually know that his life was in danger once they gave their side of the story about how they tried to bring this crazy drunk under control and I jumped in and assaulted them.

    Also, way too many racists have infiltrated the police force. Not that that's new.

    How long until we find out hubby didn't make the force due to a bad psych eval? And they take some fucking animals, so that's REALLY bad.
    Well that is understandable. I don't think she was on duty or in uniform, though, was she? I guess being super white and never having been spoken to sternly by the police makes my perspective a bit different lol

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    Did she ever identify herself as a police officer?

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    I mind my own business. Im not jumping in to help anyone that isn't family. The best I could do is call 911 then keep moving, not even standing around to watch. I remember one day on the A train the man sitting next to me started choking and spitting and foaming at the mouth, he fell towards me and I jumped the fuck up and walked away. People on the train were asking me how could I do that and why didn't I help. I told muthafuckas Im not a dr and I damn sure aint giving him mouth to mouth, he needed a dr not me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S281Saleen160 View Post
    I mind my own business. Im not jumping in to help anyone that isn't family. The best I could do is call 911 then keep moving, not even standing around to watch. I remember one day on the A train the man sitting next to me started choking and spitting and foaming at the mouth, he fell towards me and I jumped the fuck up and walked away. People on the train were asking me how could I do that and why didn't I help. I told muthafuckas Im not a dr and I damn sure aint giving him mouth to mouth, he needed a dr not me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumaki15 View Post
    Well that is understandable. I don't think she was on duty or in uniform, though, was she? I guess being super white and never having been spoken to sternly by the police makes my perspective a bit different lol
    At least you admit it.

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    Did she ever identify herself as a police officer?
    I honestly haven't watched. I'm sick of snuff films.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron_NYC View Post
    At least you admit it.
    Well, yeah. It is pretty obvious that white people get much different treatment from cops than anyone else. Anyone that thinks otherwise is delusional.

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    Both my parents are in LE (one retired) and I used to dispatch. Having said that, I don't know what the fuck is wrong with her. That's not ok AT ALL. My Dad would lose his shit if he saw a Deputy assist in that. A 'good' grab like that puts someone unconscious in eight seconds, hanging on for minutes is clearly murder. Not to meantion he was just pissing on a Denny's, who cares? I saw someone pissing on our building while I was out on a smoke break and just finished my cigarette.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tygo View Post
    Both my parents are in LE (one retired) and I used to dispatch. Having said that, I don't know what the fuck is wrong with her. That's not ok AT ALL. My Dad would lose his shit if he saw a Deputy assist in that. A 'good' grab like that puts someone unconscious in eight seconds, hanging on for minutes is clearly murder. Not to meantion he was just pissing on a Denny's, who cares? I saw someone pissing on our building while I was out on a smoke break and just finished my cigarette.
    I agree for most LE this would be outrageous. I seriously can't believe this man was killed for pissing on a Denny's. That's maybe an arrest for public indecency, or public intoxication, not a death sentence. I'm pretty sure if they dig into this Terry's past, they are going to see some roid rage issues or anger management issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tygo View Post
    Both my parents are in LE (one retired) and I used to dispatch. Having said that, I don't know what the fuck is wrong with her. That's not ok AT ALL. My Dad would lose his shit if he saw a Deputy assist in that. A 'good' grab like that puts someone unconscious in eight seconds, hanging on for minutes is clearly murder. Not to meantion he was just pissing on a Denny's, who cares? I saw someone pissing on our building while I was out on a smoke break and just finished my cigarette.
    People like this guy are just looking for a reason. That's why. I hope they string them both up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by emmy_dreamy View Post
    I agree for most LE this would be outrageous. I seriously can't believe this man was killed for pissing on a Denny's. That's maybe an arrest for public indecency, or public intoxication, not a death sentence. I'm pretty sure if they dig into this Terry's past, they are going to see some roid rage issues or anger management issues.
    Terry Thompson, 41 - who is charged along with his wife, Deputy Chauna Thompson, 45 - had "previously been under the care of a psychiatrist and demonstrated problems controlling his anger and temper," according to court papers filed in a contentious custody battle between the couple in 2000, before they were married
    The couple had a son before they were married and Chauna Thompson expressed concerns about Terry Thompson having unsupervised visits with the child, records show. She asked for him to be evaluated by a psychiatrist to determine whether he was suitable to have access to the child.
    She also said he "routinely used illegal drugs and used alcohol to excess," according to court records.
    The suit was dropped when the couple reconciled and married on Jan. 2, 2001.
    READ ALSO: Family of victim in Denny's choking case files lawsuit
    Other Harris County court records from almost 20 years ago show that Terry Thompson spent five years on probation for burglarizing a car, a felony.
    Asked about Terry Thompson's past on Tuesday, attorney Greg Cagle declined to comment, saying he was focused on the allegations in the Hernandez case.
    If convicted of murder, both Thompsons could face life in prison. They are also being sued for wrongful death by the Hernandez family.
    http://www.chron.com/news/houston-te...l-11219232.php

    AND

    That?s where MMA enters this tragic story. The Houston Press reports on the details of a new ?wrongful death lawsuit? filed on Monday, June 12th by Hernandez?s family against Chauna and Terry Thompson. In it, lawyers for the family make the case that evidence of Terry Thompson?s MMA training shows the he should have been ?aware of the deadly nature of certain chokeholds.?The report states that posts on Thompson?s Facebook page (which has since been deactivated) showed evidence of his MMA training. A search for professional and amateur fight records for Terry Thompson don?t show any exact matches for the 41-year-old, but regional amateur and semi-pro records are notoriously under-reported. And a lack of pro or amateur fighting experience wouldn?t preclude claims of Thompson having trained in mixed martial arts.

    Lawyers for the family say that they hope the civil case will provide funds for Hernandez?s daughter.
    https://www.bloodyelbow.com/2017/6/1...hold-rnc-death

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    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crim...icle-1.3347128

    A Texas sheriff's deputy who was indicted along with her husband on murder charges in the death of a man they confronted outside a restaurant has been fired, authorities announced Friday.

    Harris County Sheriff's Deputy Chauna Thompson's firing came after the conclusion of an internal affairs probe which followed complaints by the victim's family that the investigation into the man's death was mishandled.
    Greg Cagle, Chauna Thompson's attorney, didn't immediately return a call Friday seeking comment. Thompson had been suspended without pay since she and her husband were indicted on June 8.

    The sheriff's office also announced that one sergeant was suspended for five days, one deputy was suspended for one day and put on probation for 30 days and two other sergeants received letters detailing the need for counseling or additional training.

    Chauna Thompson, 45, and her husband Terry, 41, are accused of causing the death of Hernandez following a confrontation outside a Denny's restaurant in Sheldon, an unincorporated community 17 miles (27 kilometers) northeast of Houston. Hernandez died at a hospital on May 31. A medical examiner ruled that he died of lack of oxygen to the brain caused by strangulation and chest compression.

    Authorities allege Terry Thompson confronted an intoxicated Hernandez after seeing him urinate in public, and placed him in a chokehold. Chauna Thompson arrived later to help her husband subdue and restrain Hernandez.

    Some witnesses said they pleaded with Terry Thompson to let go of Hernandez but that he refused.

    Hernandez's family has remained critical of the investigation, saying deputies at the scene didn't interview potential witnesses and initially tried to have an assault charge filed against Hernandez.


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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    Good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Queena View Post
    Good.
    What drives me crazy is how ANYONE thinks this is OK. It's not like they caught him in the middle of assaulting a child. I'm so fucking sick of the "he was breaking the law" people.

    Rolling through a stop sign is breaking the law.
    Littering is breaking the law.
    Passing a bad check is breaking the law.

    Why would you choke someone TO DEATH over any of those things?!?

    This all starts with the southern attitude. People who think it's perfectly fine to shoot someone in the fucking back if they're running away with your iPad. They think any little infraction is literally worthy of summary execution.

    It's sadistic and disgusting. And the older I get, the sicker Americans seem. I want off this rock. I have a friend moving to Japan in a few years, and he's got the right idea. This place fucking blows.
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    http://abc13.com/separate-trial-date...fight/2657179/

    Separate trial dates set for Terry and Chauna Thompson in deadly Denny's fight

    Both Terry Thompson and his wife, former Harris County Deputy Chauna Thompson, will stand trial for the death of John Hernandez.The couple could face five years to life in prison if convicted.

    Hernandez's family has been outspoken since his death, pushing for justice to be served.

    They were present in the courtroom for Thursday's hearing and say they will show up at every pretrial hearing until they feel justice is served.

    The trial for Terry is scheduled for May 18, 2018. Chauna will go on trial June 1, 2018.
    https://www.click2houston.com/news/f...dez-was-killed

    Fundraiser held at Denny's where John Hernandez was killed

    Music, cotton candy, face painting and even a spin-the-wheel game: This was the scene at a Denny's in east Houston at a fundraiser for the daughter of John Hernandez.

    Hernandez died at the restaurant in May 2017 after an altercation with a couple who are now charged with his murder.

    "We want to give them some time to heal," said Ashley Alam, the restaurant's director of operations, "but help them through that healing process."

    For five hours, 20 percent of the restaurant's sales went to Hernandez's daughter's college fund.
    The Hernandez family was grateful for Monday's show of support, but admit the past few months have been hard.

    "The most difficult part is knowing that he's not here," John's father Ignacio said. "The parties, the Christmases. Stuff like that. It's hard."

    Family members said they are waiting for the scheduled court dates for Terry and Chauna.


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