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Everyone is buzzing about the police chase from Holden to Nashua, NH yesterday, not because the driver could’ve killed a million people, but because of the way the cops handled him when they got here. If you haven’t seen it yet, watch:
— Boston 25 News (@boston25) May 11, 2016
First things first – thank God this guy was white. Thank God. Now instead of protests and highway blockades we can have an actual conversation about this. And as a white guy I can proudly say that this guy’s life does not matter to me. He is a dangerous and selfish individual who had zero problem killing innocent people yesterday because he was too gutless to turn himself in on the multiple outstanding warrants out for his arrest. I don’t side with people simple because we share a similar skin pigmentation.
Secondly, the way this is being framed by the media is everything that is wrong with the media:
This was a chase that lasted over an hour, along main roads where children were walking home from school. And all the media is concerned with is the 8 second video of him being taken down. Notice the headline makes no mention whatsoever of the danger this man put other people in.
Was this proper police takedown? I don’t know because I’m not a cop and I haven’t been through the academy. I don’t tell a plumber how to unclog my pipes after Turtleboy Jr. wipes his ass with paper towels, and I’m not gonna tell cops how to do their job. But if I had to guess I would say no. And yes, the police need to be more aware when millions of people are watching.
With that said, who gives a shit? Everyone on my Facebook feed is siding with this guy and turning on the cops, which is EXACTLY what the media wants you to do. They want you to focus on the least important aspect of this entire ordeal. He almost killed a million people on a 40 mile police chase. Oh yea, and he’s had a bad habit of leading police on chases like this in the past. Would anyone have a problem if this guy got pummeled after killing someone? Because I would have zero problem with it.
Plus, he got punched in the face. Boo-hoo. You know how many times I’ve been punched in the face? Turtleboy kind of has a big mouth so it comes with the territory. It’s not like the cops tazed or maced or shot him. A few closed fists to the dome that the guy rightfully earned. Since when is getting punched in the face such a big deal? Act like you’ve been there before.
Here’s another thing – we are living in a state where criminals get notoriously light sentences, even when they have long criminal rap sheets of dooshnozzelry. The fact of the matter is that this guy tried to kill lots of people yesterday and he’s been in front of LOTS of judges before. Yet he’s still out there. The purpose of punishment is to act as a detriment for anyone considering breaking the law. And clearly this guy did not fear doing what he did yesterday. Maybe now he does. Maybe someone else out there who might endanger your family will think twice before doing the same thing. It’s all fun and games when you lead police on a high speed chase and get a slap on the wrist from a Deval Patrick-appointed judge. But it’s not so fun when you’re getting punched in the face.
The bottom line is Turtleboy will never, ever have sympathy for a professional scumbag like this. The cops should get a slap on the wrist at worst, because that’s all this career criminal has been getting his entire life. Don’t wanna get punched in the face repeatedly? Don’t have outstanding warrants and don’t lead police on a 40 mile chase during rush hour. Problem solved.
P.S. Naturally this this scumbag is from Worcester. Because, of course he’s from Worcester.
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