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Black Philadelphia Cop, Black Madison Teen Tony Robinson Both Killed, Guess Which Black Life Matters?

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There were two incidents recently involving African-American males being killed in gun battles with the police. I’m going to share both stories with you, and I’d like you to guess which of the two has resulted in protests from the “Black lives matter” dingleberry crew:

The first story happened in Philadelphia. YahooA police officer who went to a video game store to buy a present for his son ended up in a fierce gunbattle with two would-be robbers, fighting to the end of his life to protect patrons and employees, a police captain said Friday.

Officer Robert Wilson III, 30, was at the counter of the GameStop store while on duty late Thursday afternoon when two brothers armed with semi-automatic weapons entered, the officer turned, and “the gunfight was on,” homicide Capt. James Clark said.

The men hid behind signs in the store as Wilson exchanged volleys with them. Clark credited the officer with saving lives by stepping away from other people in the store. He kept firing even after he was hit and “redefined what hero is all about,” Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey said.

Wilson, a father of two who had been on the force eight years, was stopping by the store for a security check and to buy a game for his 9-year-old son for getting good grades and for his birthday, which is Monday, police said.

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The second story come out of Madison, Wisconsin. WCVB: A police officer fatally shot an African-American teenager who authorities said attacked him.

The 19-year-old was shot after allegedly assaulting police who were responding to a scene at a Madison apartment Friday evening, said Mike Koval, the city’s police chief.

The incident started when authorities got a call that a man suspected in a recent battery had gone to an apartment, Koval said.

Shortly before that call, another one had come in, saying the same suspect was “jumping in and out of traffic, dodging cars,” according to the police chief.

When a responding officer went to the apartment, he heard some commotion and forced his way in, he said.

“Once inside the home the subject involved in this incident — the same one allegedly out in traffic and that had battered someone — assaulted my officer,” Koval said.

After that, according to the chief, “The officer did draw his revolver and subsequently shot the subject.”

Madison police did not identify the teenager killed. But Andrea Irwin, who says she’s the teenager’s mother, identified him as Tony Robinson, according to WKOW.

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So just to review. A 30 year old African-American father of two was killed in a shootout with two criminals. A 19 year old African-American was killed by a police officer after committing a crime, endangering citizens by running through traffic, and then assaulting a police officer.

Now guess which one the “black lives matter” movement is protesting? If you said the 19 year old teenager then you understand the ultimate hypocrisy and fraudulence behind this entire “movement.”

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I notice that those who use #TonyRobinson on tweets aren’t using #RobertWilson. Tony Robinson died while committing crimes and endangering the lives of others. Robert Wilson died while stopping crimes and saving the lives of others. But yea, Tony Robinson’s life was obviously much more important that Officer Wilson’s.

I’m going to close my eyes and imagine what I would do if this happened to Turtleboy Jr.

OK, I’d be devastated. I’d probably by bawling my eyes out and most likely would not want to be around any cameras. But Grandma Tony Robinson apparently handles it differently:

Lovely lady. It’s SHOCKING that she has a grandson who thought it was OK to batter people, run through traffic, and then assault an officer. My question is, where’s the grief? The real tragedy here is that Grandma dreadlocks’ did such a shitty job raising their child. If this was Turtleboy Jr. I wouldn’t be able to stop asking myself, “Where did I go wrong? How did Turtleboy Jr. end up in a situation like this? Why didn’t I teach him that it’s a bad idea to attack a cop?” 

But not Grandma dreadlocks. She didn’t do anything wrong. She raised her son to be an altar boy and then he was killed by police for no reason. See that’s the problem right there. People like angry Grandma would much rather be victims than do the right thing. Nothing in life is their fault. Ever. It’s always someone else’s fault. Personally responsibility? Fuck that. Let’s have a protest instead.

Because is they really believed that all “black lives matter” they’d be staging a gigantic protest in Philadelphia right now to protest the senseless killing of a young black cop who was a GREAT dad, rewarding his son’s academic achievement with a video game.

But they’re not. Because they could give a fuck less about Officer Wilson. This has never been about saving black lives. This has been about an anti-police agenda from the moment it started.

And of course the media is already feeding you the story that Tony Robinson was an angel:

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A recent high school graduate, about to attend college you say? Hmmmm. Yea that sounds about right. Because as you know TONS of high schools have graduations in February, and TONS of colleges begin classes in March. I’m sure he was about to become a rocket scientist and cure cancer but not before he got one last crime spree in first.

But let’s just for a second suppose this kid really was innocent. The young man didn’t batter anyone, he was running through traffic because he didn’t wanna be late for church, and the bruises on the police officer were self-inflicted. Why aren’t these frauds waiting until the facts come out to determine who was at fault? Because if black lives matter, shouldn’t forensics and facts matter as well?

Oh that’s right. Fuck facts. Fuck forensics. Stuff like that just gets in the way of a good protest. And of course without the ability to protest these contributing members of society would have nothing to do with their time.

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31 Comment(s)
  • Larry Mondello
    March 8, 2015 at 11:04 am

    As usual, Knowledge knows nothing. The kid previously pleaded guilty to armed robbery. And anyone who hits a cop probably gets shot. A tragedy sure, but old punks like you always want to blame the cop and make the kid look like an angel. Racism is still there, but it’s better than a generation ago. So get over it.

  • Jafreese
    March 8, 2015 at 12:09 am

    Lumping the criminals in with the innocent victims is disrespectful to the innocent victims. Putting Michael Brown in the same category as Treyvon Martin is disrespectful to Treyvon Martin. And it weakens your argument when there really is a race / abuse of power issue because everyone is sick of listening to you whine so nobody will even listen to what you have to say. Just because you’re loud doesn’t mean you’re right or that anyone needs to pay attention to you

    • Not-A-Hippie
      March 8, 2015 at 12:10 am

      Martin was no innocent victim, either. Anybody who actually watched the jury trial, or read the transcripts can understand that.

  • Fist
    March 7, 2015 at 5:12 pm

    It’d be a lot different if a large majority of these shootings didn’t involve some element of crime on behalf of the killed. It’s definitely true that there are issues among police forces that need to be recognized and fixed. Shooting criminals that pose themselves as a threat and knowingly take on the risks of committing crimes is not one of these issues; it comes with the territory. If you play football you can’t complain that get a concussion. If you rob stores, assault people, etc — you can’t complain if you die in the act or get arrested. Don’t fuck up and you won’t get punished. I’ve never been shot or arrested, why? Because I’m not doing anything to warrant it.

    The real shame is that crime is so prevalent among specific communities, not that they get what’s coming to them for doing it.

    • Not-A-Hippie
      March 7, 2015 at 5:19 pm

      Precisely.

      And for people who have never been in law enforcement, or been in a self-defense scenario, it’s mighty hard to explain it.

    • For real
      March 7, 2015 at 5:35 pm

      I didn’t know the sentence for battery, and resisting arrest was death.

      • Not-A-Hippie
        March 7, 2015 at 5:41 pm

        When you choose to move the trial date up, instead of waiting your day in court… you get what you get.

        • Dude
          March 7, 2015 at 7:45 pm

          oh word? could you point me in the direction of the law that says that?

          • Not-A-Hippie
            March 7, 2015 at 8:01 pm

            Show me a law that states someone has the right to cause you harm or death?

          • Not-A-Hippie
            March 7, 2015 at 8:02 pm

            Look up mass DOT gov

            /courts/docs/courts-and-judges/courts/district-court/jury-instructions-criminal/6000-9999/9260-defenses-self-defense.pdf

  • March 7, 2015 at 2:57 pm

    TB its the same here in L.A. Someonw was robbed in downtown on skid row (a homeless community in downtown Los Angeles). This man who was identified by multiple people as the person who commited this crime, attacked officers when they went to talk with him and he got shot after trying to grab an officers gun. Of course people started a protest. This man did time for robbing a bank. He stole someone’s identity. He had a warrant for not seeing his parole officer. He pushed another homeless persons tent into the street with the person in the tent. He was pointed out as the robber of this downtown incident. Now all these people want to say this poor man. The cops should have handled it differently. Because if course they are not the ones being punched in the face by this guy and they aren’t the ones in danger if he gets this officers gun. The sad thing is I see some of my friends from Worc. Posting about how the cops murdered this guy. The news started showing only clips of the video to manipulate the public. At least ABC has finally gotten it right.

    • Robin
      March 7, 2015 at 3:07 pm

      Even ABC video doesn’t tell the whole story. You have to read the article to see what a great upstanding guy this was. He was even here illegally and couldn’t be deported after doing 8 years for robbing a Well Fargo Bank because he stole someone’s identity.

  • Knowledge
    March 7, 2015 at 2:49 pm

    So, here is some real knowledge few of you idiots probably won’t be able to comprehend.

    First, both are tragedies, two families are down a member due to crime, two groups of lives completely changed forever.

    However, there is no reason to protest a police officer doing his job. Also using an infrequent incident of crime (cops aren’t killed buying video games regularly), to compare to the national killing of black youth by police is not credible. Sources also have yet to say whether or not the teen was killed by a white cop or not.

    So while a cop protecting citizens in an armed robbery is heroic, it in no way compares to ANOTHER police killing of an unarmed teen. Getting into a shoutout is in the job description for a cop, getting unjustly gunned down is a constitutional right violation, and since there were no weapons on the kid, I don’t see how that force is justifiable.

    But it gets people to read your articles.

    • Not-A-Hippie
      March 7, 2015 at 2:57 pm

      I guess some people equate “unarmed” as “not dangerous”.

      Not one of these incidents they’re protesting over involves an unreasonable use of force. If you’re worried about a family life losing their life to a cop, perhaps they need to change their lifestyle just a tad.

      Thugs get slugs. Simple as that.

      • Dude
        March 7, 2015 at 3:01 pm

        And America continues to be the most hated, least civilized third world country in the world.

        Tell me how a 17 yr old unarmed kid that was winded after running through traffic posed a threat to a trained officers life, who has other non lethal weapons at his disposal?

        • Not-A-Hippie
          March 7, 2015 at 3:13 pm

          If you really don’t understand why, you aren’t qualified to comment on something as complex as a combat situation.

          • Dude
            March 7, 2015 at 3:14 pm

            Nice cop-out

        • Robin
          March 7, 2015 at 3:30 pm

          @Dude he was not 17 he was 19 an adult by law. I love how all these news agencies keep calling these adults teenagers.

          • Dude
            March 7, 2015 at 3:33 pm

            Uhh that doesn’t change anything, and since 19 literally has the word “teen” in it i think its fair to refer to him a teen. But yeah my bad for messing the fact up.

            Good critical argument though

      • Knowledge
        March 7, 2015 at 3:32 pm

        You’re statement is incredibly stupid. You’d have to be an idiot to not understand the tension between police and civilian, and to not understand that there NEEDS to be a change in the system.

        Please don’t comment on topics you don’t understand, because they don’t pertain to your sheltered life.

        • Not-A-Hippie
          March 7, 2015 at 3:43 pm

          Opinions vary. Perhaps you should gain some “knowledge” from the other side? Hmm?

          • Knowledge
            March 7, 2015 at 3:50 pm

            No, I’m educated on the subject just fine. And yes you can have your opinion, just understand most of the world outside this blog will be very dismissive of you.

    • J
      March 8, 2015 at 6:23 pm

      But ALL black lives matter dont they?
      Not just teenage blacks killed by police.

  • Not-A-Hippie
    March 7, 2015 at 1:51 pm

    Only #3thuglyvesmatter to these ingrate drains on society.

    Rest in peace, officer. May your service never be forgotten.

    Sincerely,
    Turtle Riders.

    And Clive… FUCK YOU. And SUCK MY DICK.

  • The Dude
    March 7, 2015 at 1:31 pm

    change the title…not both men were killed by cops. The cop was killed by a couple of savages.

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