PC Police In Kentucky Stumble To Microphones To Convince People They Have Control Over A Situation They Have Claimed They Cannot Control…

“HOODIES UP” !

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A Full Court PR Press is going on in Louisville Kentucky as the police department try to assure the general public they can stop the rampaging mobs of over 200 thugs which have taken control of the community.

The desperation within the voice of the police chief is palpable.   Pulling together black community activists he tried to reassure a business community seeing cancellations of events previously planned.   A community activist proclaims:

“We have young people who are out of control and we’ve got to deal with that. This is not a race issue, this is a problem with the young people in the community.”

The only problem with his statement is that only black youth are on the rampage….. Lootings, stabbings and random attacks are part of the ongoing flash mob n’ rob. 

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(Kentucky)  Community leaders and city officials are trying to make sure that an outbreak of violence similar to what occurred this past weekend doesn’t happen again.

Police responded to several assaults and robberies throughout downtown Saturday night. LMPD Chief Steve Conrad says 10 people were attacked by teens who gathered to remember a stabbing victim.

“We take this personal. We are going to hold people accountable for their behaviors,” said Conrad.

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City officials promise a larger police presence downtown and at Waterfront Park. This weekend there will be a big convention in town and baseball games. “We don’t expect any type of problem. People are more comfortable when police are around,” Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said.

Police are reviewing surveillance videos and taking tips after Saturday’s violence that started after police dispersed the crowd at the bridge involving a mob of around 200 teens that attacked and robbed people at Waterfront Park. Many of those in the crowd also stormed Bader’s Food Mart on South First Street, assaulting the clerk as he tried to lock the doors.

Conrad says investigators have learned the teens originally gathered at the bridge to remember TARC stabbing victim Me’Quale Offutt.

“People came together at the park to remember Me’Quale,” Conrad said during the meeting Tuesday organized by the group ManUp. “I do not believe — and based on what we were able to see on social media that we looked at, public postings — that there was any information that we were going to come to the park to cause damage, that we were going to come to the park to rob people, or come to the park to assault people.”

A spokesperson for Me’Quale Offutt’s family tells WDRB the family’s event to remember the 14-year-old happened Friday and without incident.

While the investigation continues into who’s to blame for Saturday night, police say to tackle big picture problem, they need help. City officials say they already have a broad community response in place to respond to these types of incidents– like the Safe and Healthy Community team.

“We have young people who are out of control and we’ve got to deal with that. This is not a race issue, this is a problem with the young people in the community,” said the Mayor’s Chief Community Builder Sadiqa Reynolds.

Efforts from community leaders in coming weeks will include visiting spots around town where large groups of kids come together. “When kids gather there we want to be there and then start putting in some positive reinforcements there and connect them with mentors,” said Safe Neighborhoods Director Anthony Smith.

There are also community meetings planned in West Louisville Thursday to talk to teens about violence and what happened over the weekend, Reynolds says.  (read more)

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31 Responses to PC Police In Kentucky Stumble To Microphones To Convince People They Have Control Over A Situation They Have Claimed They Cannot Control…

  1. sundance says:

    Note the familiar pattern. The media and the community activists shift the storyline to the police response and away from the actual perpetrators of the crimes:

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  2. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    Chief says the perps “weren’t raised this way”. WRONG.

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    • LittleLaughter says:

      How would he know?

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    • Partyzant says:

      How would the chief know?
      He states as fact that which is not supported in evidence. Therefore, he has an assumption.
      His job is on the short list to nowhere, he can either nut up and do the right thing, or continue to pander to these reprobates and their support/leech structure.

      AN OPEN BIT OF ADVICE TO THE CHIEF THERE…
      My advice to the chief is either lead, follow or get out of the way. People are watching you to see what you do, citizens and hoodlums alike.

      If you spaz out, people will panic and you will pump up the enemies of civilization. These are critical hours. Now, if the higher ups won’t support you, I suggest that you get a presser going and put THEM on the spot to support you. If they won’t, then publicly resign and say why. Either way, you are done. You can be done with honor, or just done over like roadkill. Either the CRS will make your life miserable, or a thug will try you on at some point.
      Dial 1-800- GETASPINE , and leave off the “NE” for “NE”ver again.

      What are the taxpayers paying you for? If you have to, work with the Sheriff and deputize people. If you let it get out of hand, much misery will result. Maybe it is TPTB that WANT this to go down as the starter barbecue of the warm season, I don’t know. As Osama Bin Laden stated, people naturally follow a strong horse. Be that horse!

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    • Stormy says:

      In his fake, black preacher cadence.

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  3. LittleLaughter says:

    Lots of hoodies up in those videos. Where’s that tweet from NataLIE?

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  4. ed357 says:

    Until there are dire consequences to the unlawful behaviors such as…..

    “flash mob n robs”…….

    “knockout assaults, attacks, and/or murders” aka “polar bear hunting”…..

    there will be more unlawful behavior.

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  5. czarowniczy says:

    He should have done what the department did in NOLA last week when an elderly lady couldn’t get the 911 service to answer and, after she called the precinct directly, had to wait TWO HOURS for a car to respond as some thug was kicking her door in: they sent out some underling to tap-dance and do hand-shadows while delivering a totally pointless excuse. Folks here buy it.

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    • bogey says:

      They re-elected Guzman. To say they buy it is to say that a lotta folks buy Coca Cola. The voters in the city are wild about being poorly served.

      Now even the CBD is turning into a no go zone.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        I went to Criminal Sheriff Foti’s police academy and did some work inside of the Orleans Parish Prison. When mayor Morial left office Gusman (served in various offices with the administration) came over to the Civil Sheriff’s office (for those of you unfamiliar with New Orleans, the parish had two elected sheriffs) and did some work there. We were pretty well sure he was going to take the Civil Sheriff’s seat when he retired but the Powers That Be decided to combine both sheriff’s offices into one and Gusman became THE sheriff and Foti became the state Attorney General. It was pretty sure that Gusman would get reelected, millions in taxpayers’ dollars going to construction of new jail facilities for the sheriff made lots of interested parties come out and get their fingers in the pie.
        Speaking of the Central Business District, we just had a shooting spree smack dab in the middle of one of its most busiest intersections a day or so ago – required a major high-ranking police official to go on camera and explain that it’s not as bad as Baghdad downtown (yet). The under-fire police chief didn’t go on camera – he’s more ‘in camera’, MIA.

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  6. Partyzant says:

    If you want to approach this issue with a bit of planning, might I suggest:

    http://www.louisvilleky.gov/MetroPolice/CrimeMaps/
    http://www.city-data.com/zipmaps/Louisville-Kentucky.html#top will allow you to dive down to zip code level data for demographics, home prices, etc.

    Long story short, try going through some of the following to create a risk model for yourself so that you can better manage, whether you are in Louisville or wherever (you need to know what your time/space threat is:

    (BTW, if the Chief of Louisville is interested, I’d be happy to help you apply all this and more in support of your citizens. Prayers probably will not be enough)

    http://www.dsg.eb.mil.br/seminario_eua/arquivos/H-010%20Intelligence%20Preparation%20of%20the%20Battlespace.pdf

    http://www.s2company.com/file_cache2.php?fcat=I**

    http://www.enlisted.info/field-manuals/fm-34-130-intelligence-preparation-of-the-battlefield.shtml

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  7. Mr Turbo says:

    Paging Mr Paul Kersey . . . . Mr Paul Kersey . . . .

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  8. ytz4mee says:

    Last year we had to travel to Louisville for an event. We stayed across the river in Jeffersonville, and spent the absolute minimum in the city. (Usually we go out for large group dinners, etc). Several other events organized in majority black cities that season had almost no attendance. I won’t go to those events, nor support them. It looks like Louisville just joined that list.

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  9. Partyzant says:

    If the Mayor and the Chief want to put their money where their mouths are, they should start a nightly foot patrol in the area. I’d bring backup if I were them. It would be a ballsy move, but may be what the people need to see.

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  10. czarowniczy says:

    “There are also community meetings planned in West Louisville Thursday to talk to teens about violence and what happened over the weekend…” Uh huh, you teens got away with violence.

    “This is not a race issue, this is a problem with the young people in the community,” said the Mayor’s Chief Community Builder Sadiqa Reynolds.” Uh huh – If Ms. Reynolds child had been beaten by a mass of white thugs would she have the same observation?

    “…Saturday’s violence that started after police dispersed the crowd at the bridge involving a mob of around 200 teens that attacked and robbed people at Waterfront Park.” Violence started AFTER police disbursed a MOB that ATTACKED and ROBBED people…that’s proactive law enforcement – had this mob killed someone would the disbursement have been delayed while PUBLIC SAFETY officials gave them stern warnings?

    Hell’s bells folks, am I the only one banging my head against the wall? Why didn’t the Chief and Sadiqa just come out and tell the folks the official Federal DoJ guidelines are to stand there, take the beating and then have a frank discussion about how your race made you deserving of it.

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  11. scaretactics says:

    Y’know….with a hard to pronounce last name like “Offutt”….you wouldn’t expect the parent (s?) to make their kid’s first name Me ‘Quale.

    If the teens were really there to pay respects to this 14 year old stabbing victim, it should be a solemn, subdued event….not more of the same violence that resulted in the stabbing of this 14 year old. Ugh.

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  12. benzy says:

    I found it VERY odd that the Chief said it wasn’t a race issue… yet for some odd reason, he chose to involve a large group of black community organizers. Why, pray tell, would he do THAT,,, it wasn’t racially based. /sarc

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  13. A Lawyer's Perspective says:

    Think it looks weird in Egypt and Libya and Sudan? The day is coming, or already arrived, where it will look the same in a community near you. And what at that point will we tell our children that we did to prevent it? Just sayin’ . . . .

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  14. 2bvictorius says:

    The product is the sum of the equation.

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  15. Moishe Pipik says:

    Me’Quale?

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    • Moishe Pipik says:

      Ok! I’m caught up. Me’Quale was stabbed to death by a black man on a public bus. I have to say this is a tiny step forward if what the officer claims is true–that African American people were protesting black-on-black violence! They usually ignore that.

      However, we have no reason to believe this story. It may just be to get sympathy for these “unarmed teenagers.”

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  16. Isn’t this what riot police were invented for?

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  17. The other day I got a box of Lucky Charms™.

    I randomly picked out only the marshmallows.

    There goes “random” as a word. Now it’s a wild-card.

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