Police Encounters With Violent Whites Prove That Rayshard Brooks Didn’t Have to Die

“It does appear in the video that he is fleeing from the police officers, that as he’s fleeing he turns back over his shoulder with what appears to the naked eye to be his Taser that the eyewitnesses told us they saw the individual have that belonged to one of the officers,” said GBI Director Vic Reynolds, describing the death of Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta.

“And as he turned it over, you’ll be able to see on the video the Atlanta officer, literally reach down to his service weapon and as he gets his weapon, Mr. Brooks begins turning his body away from him, I presume to flee.”

Zachery Deville, a White man, stabbed a police officer in Louisiana.

Nevertheless, officers on the scene arrested him peacefully.

Dylann Roof shot nine African-American church members at a South Carolina church five years ago this week.

Nevertheless, officers on the scene viewed him innocently enough to feed the poor baby because he was hungry and wanted a hamburger.

In Atlanta, Rayshard Brooks wanted to go up the block to his sister’s house after police officers allegedly found him intoxicated and asleep at a Wendy’s drive thru window.

Nevertheless, cops still arrested Rayshard Brooks and the violent encounter led to Brooks’ untimely demise.

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