If Mr. Dubose wasn't preparing to drive off, which strangely (shockingly, really) Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters argued he should have done in a highly combative press conference today, why did the car drive off after he was shot?
The exact words of Deters were, "even if Dubose was attempting to drive off Tensing should have let him go"... what type of cop allows someone who is unwilling to comply with their orders to just "drive off?"
Is Deters, a man whose own son was attacked by a mob of blacks at the 2014 Taste of Cincinnati event, placating the black lives matter rabble more gratuitously then Martin O'Malley (who apologized for saying "white lives matter")?
It's important to remember that if Cincinnati didn't have a black population, it would be virtually violent crime free, with the blacks responsible for producing nearly every fatal and nonfatal shooting suspect. [EARLIER: How serious is black-on-black crime?, Cincinnati Enquirer, April 24, 2014]:
But it needs to be stated again: without a black population, Cincinnati would be virtually violent crime-free and virtually 80 percent of the police force would unnecessary.
More to the point, the private University of Cincinnati force would be unnecessary, with the students free of the fear of victimized by a black population Hamilton County Prosecutor Deters believes should be free to disregard the simple request of showing an officer their I.D. ...
The fine blog Cincinnati is a Dump provided this important timeline for the events surrounding the fatal encounter between Dubose and Tensing (remember: this would have been a truly routine stop if Dubose had only complied with Mr. Tensing's requests):
My CIAD narrative is slightly different, in that I conclude this was factually a 43 year old negro with 60+ prior arrests and no valid drivers license or job, and 13-20 illegitimate ‘chillins (who will be looked after by your tax dollars) who was shot and killed while attempting to flee arrest in a moving and potentially dangerousvehicle, in a routine stop. The video looks inconclusive, but the UC Campus police officer appeared polite and professional. Incidentally, The UC campus is surrounded by one giant ghetto full of violent ferals, and just uphill from the famed Over The Rhine ghetto, Avondale and Walnut Hills to the East.
In this case, The negro victim:
1. Did not or refused to show ID- (This is elementary folks) (Dubose had No Drivers license, it was suspended).
3. Refuses to exit the car when commanded, and Has a bottle of alcohol with him in the afternoon that wasnt in a bag, making him a DUI suspect, and with possible firearm in the car.
3. Fled the scene in a deadly weapon (car itself) after trying to reach for something that caused the officer to react, the fleeing is potentially a cause of serious possible injury to the police officer, dragging him severely..or hitting and killing a pedestrian while fleeing."I didn't even do nothing."
Well, you sure didn't answer Officer Tensing's polite question of if you had state issued I.D., so yes, you didn't do one thing.
I've had a few encounters with police officers (both white and black), and in each of them I've instinctively understood they held the power in the equation and it was only my job to cooperate with them unless I wanted to further exacerbate the problem.
What's so strange about this situation is Dubose did try and drive off, after refusing to answer a direct question (asked repeatedly) by Officer Tensing. If he wasn't trying to drive off, the car would have stayed in park after Tensing fired the single shot.
America doesn't have a problem of rogue police officers looking to shoot black people; America has a problem of overburdened police officers having to coddle a violent black population, that is increasingly protected by the state to get away with doing whatever they want.
In the case of Dubose, the Prosecutor Deters admitted he should have simply driven off instead of listening to Officer Tensing.
Welcome to Black-Run America (BRA).