Rioting footage always overshadows the reason that people are rioting.
The word “Rioting” in itself has a derogatory connotation and the family and friends of dead loved ones release tension on the system because their loved ones are in the morgue and they shouldn’t be, because of police brutality.
Why was Freddie’s spine severed, if it wasn’t’ deemed excessive force?
Confused and defeated citizens deserve a chance to express themselves and injustice will ignite that vengeance due to the distrust and death, but should we loot?
Of course we should lout, if it doesn’t’ bother you not have a place to work, having a restaurant to eat your lunch at, or don’t mind your cars being destroyed, or clocking in to make money, next week because you burned your building down.
HOWEVER, emotions gain way through logic and disbelief, when the lawful become the unlawful, and the system has laughed at us, again.
Apparently the system has defeated us over ten times in the last 6 months, with police becoming bullies instead of protectors. These incidents are creating more division in our communities, people want the power now. “Power To The People!”
Walter Scott is in the ground, because of a tail light on his automobile, and now this?
Apparently innocent men dying are going to create emotions and ignite outrage,among the helpless, once the helpless find allies and strength, actions will undoubtedly occur.
If it wasn’t a murdered man,it would not be a riot or a funeral.
This is only happening because of the murder of Freddie Gray, and only because of that death.
If the police didn’t lynch Freddie Gray and he was still alive, Baltimore wouldn’t be rioting zone now,would it?
People can turn a blind eye from the murder of this black man, but are disappointed in someone breaking out a car window. In Baltimore and in all of our streets, it appears to be survival of the fittest.
News outlets and police brutality supporters will paint the actions as a animalistic retaliation.
Maybe, it is animalistic, because the streets are the jungle and “we the people” are treated as lower people.
In this life your objective is to survive and protect your family and defend your home, den, or anywhere you call home. This is the reason that Freddie Gray’s death will not be forgotten and the taxpayers decided to give “Power To The People” back to Baltimore, Maryland because they work hard to pay the salary of the police that don’t respect them.
Why is Freddie Gray six feet deep, if it was not excessive force?
Freddie wouldn’t have been in medical induced coma, just from a routine frisk and even arrest?
You don’t die from arrest, you die from bigots with an inferiority complex, that have something to prove in life.
Don’t let me be misunderstood.
I totally comprehend how innocent people may become agitated that their automobiles and businesses are being burned to the ground.
I understand also how all police aren’t bastards, but at the end of the day, we have only one solution to completely stop the rioting, division of police and people.
Only one thing will end the rioting and outrage between citizens and police officers all over the country, and not just Ferguson, New York, South Carolina, or Baltimore.
One thing would change the course of police and the people who they unjustly murder and restore dignity in the system to the United States.
Maybe, POLICE COULD STOP KILLING US AND GETTING AWAY WITH IT!