Milwaukee Police Chief Flynn Responds To Black Grievance Activists Upset About Shooting of Dontre Hamilton…

Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn speaks to reporters after a Fire and Police Commission meeting Thursday night concerning the shooting of Dontre Hamilton.  Responding to excessive fear of BGI backlash, and despite the opinion by many within the department the shooting was justified, Flynn fired the officer who shot Hamilton.  [Back Story of Grievance Via VIDEO HERE]

During the community grievance meeting, Chief Flynn learned that a 5-year-old girl, Layla Peterson, was shot and killed while sitting on her Grandpa’s lap.

Chief Flynn was rightly in no mood to hear criticism of their efforts, and eloquently outlined the insufferable nonsense.  (Must Watch Video)

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Laylah Peterson Story Here

 

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65 Responses to Milwaukee Police Chief Flynn Responds To Black Grievance Activists Upset About Shooting of Dontre Hamilton…

  1. jello333 says:

    Wow, that video brought tears to my eyes. 😦

    Liked by 7 people

    • elvischupacabra says:

      It seems that the Milwaukee grievance idiots’ worst criticism about the Chief was “the way he spoke to me” and “he was checking his phone instead of listening to my screed”. It’s this faux culture where “respeck” [sic] and “ditsrespeck” [sic] is the stuff of high anger and even violence.

      An LA cop once described policing in this type of milieu as, “Punching water.”

      My hat is off the the Milwaukee Police Chief.

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    • mikayla825 says:

      Yup, took the words right out of my mouth. 😦

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  2. Stormy says:

    Wow. It is a must watch video, indeed.

    Godspeed to you and your officers Chief Flynn.

    My deepest sympathies to the family and loved ones of Laylah Peterson.

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  3. Sharon says:

    Must watch. Yes.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. maggiemoowho says:

    Finally someone who stands up to the BGI Bullsh!t. If the BGI wants black boys to stop being killed, then the BGI should spend less time protesting nonexistent racial issues and spend more time teaching right from wrong and respect.

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    • thistooshallpass says:

      All those signs and slogans about how “black lives matter” and “black lives have value” actually imply that black lives have more value than all non-blacks.

      Shouldn’t people at least have the decency to denounce crimes committed by their own against innocent, truly innocent, others?

      Instead:
      – Lets fire all officers who kill a black person in line of duty so all the other officers will second guess themselves and jeopardize their own safety and put the public at risk.
      – And allow the BGI to hunt down racist cops and racist people because we owe them reparations as a society.
      – And the real problem is not with the BGI at all. No, its the media that depicts AA men in a bad light. Media need to be stopped from reporting crimes committed by black men. We need more positive images of AA men in entertainment and media.
      – And people should forget about their safety and stop fearing black men. Stop looking at statistics because if its just 98% true of a group then the statistics are biased and promote racist stereotypes and anyone who uses the statistics to protect themselves is a racist.
      – Its not fair to task a whole race group to correct how they are viewed by society. First, society needs to correct how it views AA men and then they will have the self esteem to care and cooperate and things will get better.
      – We are a racist society and the UN and the whole world should know and dictate human rights to us, big bad horrible world leader that we are.

      I cannot begin to imagine how these lies and vilifications of America will hurt our social, political and economic influence around the world.

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  5. casparweinburger says:

    Wait. He fired the police officer who justifiably shot someone, wait, what?

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    • sundance says:

      Hence his increased frustration. He fired a cop who, by all intents and observations, was justified in the shooting (cop being beaten with his own baton) to be extra PC and avoid a Ferguson type event…..

      …. But the Milwaukee BGI isn’t satisfied. They want more. The activists want permission to hunt and kill the police officer. Absent of them being allowed to hunt/kill the officer they are threatening to burn down the town. Hence, the screaming and gnashing of teeth at the meeting he references.

      Meanwhile a white family was targeted for assassination killing 5-year-old Laylah Peterson.

      So the police Chief is essentially carrying the BGI request for a police lynching into a media meeting where the BGI have just carried out an assassination/murder of a little white girl, and the chief is frustrated at the annoyance of the BGI for not giving them his full and undivided attention when he’s notified of the girls’ murder.

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    • The cop was fired for supposedly violating the departments policy of pat downs which led to the death. If I were the chief it might have crossed my mind that a pat down does not justify beating a police office and it was that assault which led to death, the pat down had nothing to do with it hence no responsibility on part of the cop hence he shouldn’t have been fired.

      This chief is still a coward in my eyes despite what he says in the video and doesn’t see the larger picture anyway as he regards those folks as doing what they do for vanity which is an error in thinking, it’s much deeper than that.

      http://fox6now.com/2014/10/15/breaking-mpd-fires-police-officer-who-fatally-shot-dontre-hamilton/

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      • partyzantski says:

        That “chief” is just hoping that the mob kills him last.
        Now, is the PD there even interested in the theory of the assassination that the little girl was killed specifically because it is horrendous and emotional? That this may have been done to accelerate the chaos and provoke a possible over-reaction?

        In the end, there has been no reaction of note. The only question to ponder in Milwaukee is “when will the next Caucasian get assassinated to further the political goals of the BGI?” Now, see if there is any daylight between THAT eventuality, the murder of the 5 year old, and the FBI definition of terrorism?

        Following that irrefutable logic (seriously… any administration people flying to Milwaukee to rend clothes and appear angry at a podium for the little kid’s murder, like they did for a document thug getting deleted?), the Regime is engaged in terrorism against its own citizenry.

        Know your regime by its actions, as its words are useless.

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        • thistooshallpass says:

          “Know your regime by its actions, as its words are useless.”

          Thugs. Unjust. Unfair.

          What will coincide with their eventual victory is the onset of the American era where whites will actually be a minority: Around 2050!

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      • thistooshallpass says:

        “This chief is still a coward in my eyes despite what he says in the video and doesn’t see the larger picture anyway as he regards those folks as doing what they do for vanity which is an error in thinking, it’s much deeper than that.”

        Also when language has to be skewed the message does not get through. It should not be taboo to say which race.

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  6. michellc says:

    I’m glad that he went off on them, but hopefully he himself takes this to heart the next time one of his men in blue has to shoot one of these thugs who don’t care who they shoot, like this little girl.

    Giving in to these people doesn’t work, all it does is give them a sense of power and make it worse the next time around.

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    • sundance says:

      “Giving in to these people doesn’t work, all it does is give them a sense of power and make it worse the next time around”…

      Hence his tears as he realizes the “next time” just happened with Laylah.

      In addition to grief, those are tears of guilt…

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    • “Giving in to these people doesn’t work, all it does is give them a sense of power and make it worse the next time around.”

      You are 1,000% correct – nothing will EVER be enough short of enslavement of all whites at the hands of the blacks.

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      • thistooshallpass says:

        When people think of America they do think of white America – the majority culture at present – and the values that white America is known for. The freedom loving, courageous hearted, liberated, honest, straightforward, polite, gentle, helpful, conscientious, moral. That value is worth assimilating and that sort of culture is high quality; it is the reason people come here legally, leaving their homes and families to be a part of this beautiful thing we have created. The opportunity to succeed economically and have real individual freedom is the American dream. Our founding fathers created the way to do that. Only once in the history of the world was slavery abolished. Guess which nation did that?

        These values are worth fighting for. So don’t stop fighting or be discouraged, ever! It will never be fated – what you said these dopes want. NEVER!

        A thousand will rise to our side and embrace them when they do; because the left wants nothing but to pull the entire world in its corner claiming to be equal rights for everyone, when it is only equal rights for those who play victims of the majority, and those who stand in solidarity with the BGI. They throw down those who succeed or resist the irrationality of their mafia ideology.

        Don’t let them isolate us. In spite of politics and religious idealism, the spirits of people around the world are with us, hoping with us, crying with us and wanting to see our continuity for it gives peace to know that there is a place like America where such brave people exist
        Those who want to destroy freedom cannot succeed!

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      • partyzantski says:

        You mistake the intent and desire. It is not for enslavement, it is for extermination. Look at the numbers of documented murders every year inflicted by Brand B on Brand A.

        Sure, there are pimps and thugs running prostitutes as virtual chattel slavery. However, the cultural intent is to exterminate Caucasians, as they by their mere existence insult Brand B.

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  7. carterzest says:

    That was AWESOME! Must watch indeed. God bless Chief Flynn as well as the family and loved ones of Laylah Peterson.
    THIS IS HOW YOU DO IT!

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  8. Be Ge says:

    Chief Flynn has underlined a phenomenon which nobody in his position can comment out loud explicitly. That is…. Nobody, not a sinle one, out of these media anchors, professional grievers — “community organizers”, black pastors, nation-wide “black leaders” like Al Sharlatan and Messy Jackson, and all the lefty camarilla surrounding these “oh that white raycissss cop has shot one of ours” type of events, as well as establishment of the political force these shines vote for 95+% — really care one goddarn bit about any black layperson. That is very true until the moment, of course, that it would appear that life of the said black person is taken in a violent manner by a non-black. These professional protestors and media folks will gladly name you something like 3 (in ten years, that is) court-or-GJ-ruled-justified cases of police shooting unarmed black perps, but will fail to produce names of 3 victims of rampant everyday black-on-black violence (which is 80% of the violence in the city, as per Chief Flynn). Spookey shooting Rayray is not news, but John Doe the white guy somehow involved in a violent death of Jim Brown the black guy is. Oh yea, there is another time the lefty camarilla does care about black people — on the election day they want, as pointed out by our FLotUS, the blacks to go vote Democrat and then have some fried chicken. The politically correct police chief cannot say any of this out loud, because in reality it is not “as if”. The first amendment really only applies to loud democrats and minority “representatives”. Otherwise, the person using his or her 1A rights is “raycisss”, a leftyese for “I know I should but I don’t have an intelligent argument against the point you are making despite the fact the said point is valid”.
    I sincerely hope one day an average black person realizes his self-appointed “leaders” and “representatives” don’t care about him, and lead him not into progress, but into regress and decline. Maybe it is too much that I want, but hope is a hope and the last one to die as well.

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  9. tappin52 says:

    This was awesome and it needs to be repeated by every law enforcement entity that finds itself set upon by the BGI. And as for the fired officer, I hope he sues for wrongful termination and fights it to the end. Where is the police union on that one?

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    • partyzantski says:

      The “Unions” are controlled operations of leftists, communists and other fellow travelers. Do not expect them to stand up for the guy, they are just another layer to take union dues and sell him out again.

      Unions are all about the dues, but God help you if you need them. At one point they served a purpose, now they are another parasitical layer, sucking the vitality and lifeblood of our Nation.

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  10. Daniel says:

    Oh now he did it. He spoke some truth in front of cameras. People aren’t upset that he spoke the truth. They are upset because they can’t dispute it or spin it.

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  11. Lottacats says:

    It takes a special kind of person to be a good cop. You must be disciplined, dedicated, committed and have a heart and quite frankly, huge balls to get out there and do your job. Every day is a new challenge and you always know that when you get out there to protect others lives and property, you risk your own. They are courageous men and women with families of their own.
    This man, Chief Flynn, cares as do the vast majority of LE across our country. Sure there are some bad cops and they will be dealt with by the good cops because that’s their job. We are all human.

    It is so sad to see what’s been going on since Obama and his DOJ have tied the hands of good police officers everywhere because of their racist agendas, politics. Not enough black cops they say. Maybe that’s because blacks just don’t want that job, It takes more courage than thugging does.
    The nag of the BGI lay in wait to make race an issue, no matter what the truth really is. They can’t seem to find a proper cause to get behind, any thug punk the likes of Trayvon Martin or Mike Brown, Vonderitt Myers, will do to keep their job of hate alive.
    That’s racism perpetuated by blacks not by whites. Quit killing your own, teach them to be better, speak well, pull their damn pants up, get a job and prosper beyond the gov’t handouts.

    God bless our brave police men and women of all races for the dedication and courage they muster every day to protect us, all of us.

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  12. sarah says:

    Kudos, this needs to be headline news across the xountry and every police chief needs to repeat

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Even though I wasn’t a big fan of the last NOPD chief he did have the guts to go on TV and in the news a number of times and cited the base statistics about the total crime picture in New Orleans and who was responsible for the overwhelming majority of it. He was accusatory or ‘ethnically insensitive’, just showing the black-and-white figures on murders, aggravated assault/battery and violent crime in general. What support he had in the ethnic community dried up almost immediately and there was a steady undertone of calls for his head from then on. The Usual Suspects don’t want the truth truth, they want their truth.

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  13. Lou says:

    a real “kid”. I thought it would be a 17 year old thug with his pants falling off that suckerpunched a neighborhood watch that was shot.

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  14. legionofone says:

    He’s upset that his appeasement and human sacrifice of a police officer didn’t make the RGI leave him alone.

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  15. His sacrifice to the natives wasn’t enough – they want more heads on their stakes to shrink. His frustration is understandable. I’m sure he’s angry with himself. He sold out his integrity in hopes of calming the savages and failed miserably. Sure he feels guilty.

    He stood up and stated that 80% (in a county that is comprised of a black population of 27%) of the victims of violent crime and death by gunshot wounds are black. What he didn’t say is that in most of those 80% of cases, the perpetrator was also black. So don’t stand there and scream at me and demand blood because a white officer shot a black man. Go get your “weregild” in your own backyard.

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  16. Tkim says:

    If we could all be that brave and non-apologetic we could get our country back.

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  17. beaujest says:

    I thought it was General Patton with all the stars on his shoulders! I think he threw his officer under the bus ! He will not last long as Chief !

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  18. starfcker says:

    Did the chief just get it, right there on live TV? did he just cross the line back from liberal PC d****bag back to full blooded american manhood? Kudos, mother***er, better late than never

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  19. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    Ed Flynn fired a cop for simply doing his job in the manner that the laws, the courts and the department policies require. Why?

    The BGI is winning, folks. They are gaining control. Soon, the only choice you will have is to just hand over your wallets and car keys to any black thug who demands them because if you fight back, you’ll be persecuted, and (after terminations like this one) the cops won’t want to do a thing to stop it.

    Ed Flynn blew it.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      “Ed Flynn fired a cop for simply doing his job in the manner that the laws, the courts and the department policies require. Why?”
      CAN’T SAY IN THIS SITUATION IN SPECIFIC but, in general, in areas where chiefs are political appointees they are just that, POLITICAL appointees. Their jobs depend upon walking that fine line between keeping the community safe, or thinking it’s safe, to a degree that said community is satisfied, and kowtowing to the various Special Interest Groups/Political Hacks that/who use police as pawns. I’ve seen chiefs who know damned good and well that there’s a large undercurrent of crime in the community but tolerate it as it hasn’t made the press or caused the (voting) community to be alarmed. At the same time I’ve seen them throw excellent officers under the bus for no other reason than these officers have angered some area power figure/group through their completely lawful actions. These figures/groups demanded a police sacrifice as proof of political fealty from the chief and – zip – right under the ^&^%$ bus. It’s a stone bitch when you not only have to look out for criminals who want to harm you but your own leadership.

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      • LetJusticePrevail" says:

        “kowtowing to the various Special Interest Groups/Political Hacks that/who use police as pawns”

        Yup. But his frustration finally surfaced in that video. He’s off the reservation there, and certain to find himself pilloried by both the BGI and the Police Union. That’s what happens to the cognitively dissonant.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          I think he’s just had it up to here with having to play the PC game and the urge to let reality fly was uncontrollable. I have no issues with what he said or how he said it, mu issues are with the political chiefs who put their careers and political aspirations ahead of the community and officer’s welfare. This guy’s hot himself in the political foot but I’m sure he has retirement in sight.

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  20. czarowniczy says:

    Ahhh…one of those forefront incidents that to me defines the modern black urban community. Let me state that I have no doubts the shooters were black – a gimme for any of you who live in major urban areas. About once a year, more frequent in some years, we have black children shot in New Orleans. Sometimes it’s a stray bullet, sometimes as part of a drive-by and at least once in recent memory two were shot/killed as they and their father were driving in traffic as part of a gang-drug related payback.
    By ‘child’ I’m saying those children, usually under 13, who are not yet apprentice thugs in training, but mere children who still have the potential to become productive adults. They have no reason to b shot except they live in a feral environment where the civilized responsible adults are far %^%$#@ away from being anything remotely resembling civilized, responsible or adult. The police roll up on the scene of a child shooting and there’s wailing and lamenting of Biblical proportions, women out in the streets crying at the tops of their lungs, hugging and wailing about how could someone do this to their innocent children?!?!?! Some will even grab officers and EMTs and hug and cry on them while the child’s/children’s dead bodies are loaded and the fire department hoses the blood down. You secure the scene and start talking to witnesses and – poof – no one saw or heard anything. Houses so close together that you have to turn sideways to get down the alleys, people sitting out on their stoops or walking the streets an a nice evening – and no one ever sees sh*t.
    Now come the community waxed-suited talking heads. Orating in that black church ministerial chant about how the poleeeeeces are never ‘roun when the peopleses needs them how crime in the black communities be of no concern to the white power establishment and if the same levels of crime were in white communities there’s be a crackdown in a Nu Yowk minut. The press show up and the talking heads jockey for camera time with the aggrieved community providing an A cappella background complete with ring shouts. You wait until the talking heads are done or the news folks pack up because they have enough stock shots for a 2-munite piece and ask the taklking heads for help in getting someone to talk and you get 5-or-more minutes of anti-police oration that breaks down to ‘not only no but HAAIILLL no’!!!!! You get what you can, pack up and go on and, for the next few days, all you see in the papers/hear on the news is those same usual suspects whining about how crimes in the black community is ignored and perps are not pursued.
    Now let’s say that Crime Stoppers has found that sweet reward amount that nudges a community member’s memory enough to overcome his/her recalcitrance at giving up a soulless, child-killing brother.let’s say that, as happened far too often in the NOLA community, an ethnic judge decides to send the murderer out on bail so that he can intimidate and, in too many cases, kill the witness(s). Or let’s say the case is not prosecuted by the DA or is canned by the judge for some petty and lame reason – now we have a killer out on the streets again and the cycle starts all over.
    Until the black leaders and residents stay “ENOUGH!!!!” and take their homegrown crime issue into their own hands it ain’t gonna get solved. You can send all of the white, black, Latino, Asian, extra terrestrial, whatever, police into the black community to fight crime and they’ll all get minimal – if any – support. I won’t even touch on the issue of some black pols and ‘community leaders’ being hand-in-hand with certain criminal as a mutual support system, that’s another story but with the same root, community support.
    I don’t even become startled at these kinds of crimes any more, I feel sorry for the children and angry at parents who live in these areas knowing that this is the kind of activity that is likely to occur and will be ignored by their neighbors. Yet another spontaneous memorial of balloons, candles and stuffed toys, more talking heads blathering on about the horror and unfairness of it all and the sure knowledge that it will all happen again, and again, and again…

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    • Murse says:

      “I won’t even touch on the issue of some black pols and ‘community leaders’ being hand-in-hand with certain criminal as a mutual support system, that’s another story but with the same root, community support.”

      Same where I live. One police chief had his son slinging crack. The son also committed a crime with a gun used in a previous crime and that was supposed to be in the evidence locker where papa chief worked. There is too much of a wide gulf between black and white cultures for black culture to be allowed to take over control of the political machinery. Yes whites do commit political crimes but that is the exception and not the rule. Criminality is common among the black culture and is even embraced as some kind of justification for ancient history.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        The section in the New Orleans PD that handles sex crimes just got its ass handed to it AGAIN for not following through on cases, ignoring and downgrading cases, not forwarding rape kits to the State for DNA analysis and – in general – making us wonder what the hell they were doing to get paid. The Grand Isle, LA fire chief and one fireman were arrested this week for selling drugs. To serve and protect.

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  21. Chip Bennett says:

    I’m with that video 99%. Everything except for the part where he blames firearms.

    But kudos for pointing out what some of us have been saying for a long time: the greatest risk to the black community is black criminals, and if saving black lives is important (as it is for some of us, who wish so preserve all innocent life), then the focus needs to be on reducing crime – not on a racial agenda, or an anti-police agenda, but an anti-criminal agenda.

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    • michellc says:

      Yeah, I caught that reference as well. Unfortunately we have more cops than I would like who do blame the guns.
      When open carry was being debated in my state, I had my fair share of arguments with cops who were against it and predicted there would be gun fights in the streets. Their logic never made any sense, guns in the open were going to cause people to shoot when they got mad, but guns under a shirt or coat were going to remain holstered? When I’d point out that hundreds of people every single day walked around with a concealed gun and didn’t have gun fights on the street, why would those same people now have gun fights just because everyone could see their gun if they choose to allow them to see it?
      I’d also ask them if exposing your gun caused you to want to shoot people then why do we allow cops to wear them exposed?
      It would always go to though we need less guns and not more guns and this would put more guns on the streets.

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      • Murse says:

        Arguing with idiots is an act of futility. It is amazing the number of people that form a position and then go looking for an argument to support it. People don’t change unless they are directly affected by something and only then if it can be directly traced back to that something. And even then that is not a sure thing.

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    • elvischupacabra says:

      Yeah… not enough GOOD people armed. So, what’s that tell you about Milwaukee?

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  22. lovelyd24 says:

    I haven’t read the comments yet but be vey careful with Flynn he is an advocate for stringent gun control. If you noticed he really got angry when he said “The community is at risk because we have large quantities of high capacity, high quality firearms in the hands of remorseless criminals who don’t care who they shoot.” Generally Flynn has blamed the gun rather than the shooter. Now if he has seen the light I will be the first to congratulate him. He is a dyed in the wool liberal.

    He even warned people that he would stop us from exercising our Constitutional right to open carry.

    Interesting article about Flynn, perhaps he has changed his stripes bit I’d bet a dollar to a donut that he has not.

    Washington Co. Sheriff blasts Chief Flynn over gun control comment

    http://fox6now.com/2013/03/08/washington-co-sheriff-blasts-chief-flynn-over-gun-control-comments/

    His comments against the perpetually aggrieved were spot on but he is in a foul mood, his union is pissed at him, Governor Walker was just re elected, Flynn’s office is under attack, and “his people” are turning against him, so you are seeing someone with his back up against the wall. I don’t for a minute think he will truly hold those who he just chastised accountable. Folks in Milwaukee were allowed to shut down streets while protesting because Flynn didn’t want video footage of his officers “harassing” a grieving mother or an angry brother.

    By the way the little girl has since died (I don’t know if that has been addressed or not) and of course no one saw anything.

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    • Murse says:

      And I doubt many of those guns are obtained legally. There will always be a black market for guns even if guns are outlawed. Mexico comes to mind. How someone who is on the front lines fails to grasp as much is beyond understanding. So, criminals will still be armed but now without civilian resistance.

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  23. lovelyd24 says:

    And BTW Flynn has in essence said if the police officer (Manney) who was fired had simply been a little wiser and assessed Hamilton (the aggressor) as “emotionally unwell” and not frisked him then there would have been no problem. So in other words it is the officer’s fault for not having a crystal ball and for not being nicer to Hamilton.

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  24. kpm58 says:

    I am sure, as Flynn drove away from the press meeting to go to the crime scene, he felt good for saying what he did.
    Flynn can feel even better. Hire the officer back.

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  25. gadsenfly says:

    Sundance,
    Maybe the Treepers could focus their laser-like focus and analytical skills on helping find the animals that did this to this little girl. It seems to be a mystery and no one saw nuthin. There is a $10,000.00 reward.

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