Thursday, April 5, 2012

Xavier Returns

At least for one post:

Sentencing in the Danziger Bridge Massacre

At one point Xavier says:
. . .I first began blogging on the Danziger Bridge Massacre in 2005, two months after hurricane Katrina, I discussed the incident with many police officers who were both friends and acquantiences. To a man they all believed that the murderers involved would ultimately be vindicated. How is it that police officers can be so blinded by a badge that they cannot discern murder when it is under their very noses? It's disgusting. Shameful. Sad. This is the reason that no intelligent citizen can trust police officers in the United States any longer. They have removed themselves from society, mentally placed themselves in a special place with special privileges and they view citizens as either criminals or criminals in waiting.
I agree 100%.

2 comments:

Nathan said...

This is the reason that no intelligent citizen can trust politicians and bureaucrats in the United States any longer. They have removed themselves from society, mentally placed themselves in a special place with special privileges and they view citizens as either criminals or criminals in waiting.

FTFY.

Shermlock Shomes said...

So very true. . .