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8 thoughts on “Rudy Giuliani: ‘He Did His Duty; He Should Be Commended [For Killing Mike Brown]’

  1. Herc Davis says:

    Why.do.all these Racist. News people keep talking. Makeing.things..worst. .Especially with this pumpkin head raceist.he did the same thing

  2. Those Police Officers were there protecting the Police STATION (not businesses).

  3. He talks like he has his hand on the pulse of what's going on here, but he's so misinformed…The first thing they need to do is make the distinction between rioting, and protesting…Protesters are not rioters…There was a protest going on outside of the police department when those officers got shot…They got shot from 400+ feet away, not by any protesters…Second the police and the national guard were NOT called in to protect minority businesses; they never were…They were there protecting the police station, not any business…Actually, while Ferguson was burning in November, the national guard was posted in the more affluent neighborhoods, and down the street from Ferguson, protecting major grocery chains, banks, and Target…I knows nothing about what's going on here…The climate he talks about wasn't created by that report, it was created by the police for years, and now that the world knows, the government still hasn't done anything about it…

  4. Rudimentary giuliani is a big fuck! He's one of those racist bigoted minds in America.
    Believe me if the masses in America welcomes the point of views of Mr .rude, there shall never be peace in America. Because he instigates more crime, evil and maltreatment on the minorities or the defenceless individuals.

  5. Comical how they gloss over the Justice Department's finding that the Ferguson PD is racist to the core, yet this lawyer doesn't even acknowledge it.

  6. I think there is a good chance that the police did it.

  7. Keep the mic in front of Rudy, one of the repubs' poster boys. Just let him talk, and talk and talk and represent conservatives and Republicans.

  8. Bob Johnson says:

    Rudy knows a thing or two about how to create an "atmosphere," since he's so good at creating them:

    "I do not believe, and I know this is a horrible thing to say, but I do not believe that the president loves America," Giuliani is quoted as saying. "He doesn't love you. And he doesn't love me. He wasn't brought up the way you were brought up and I was brought up through love of this country."

    This is only one of several inflammatory statements Rudy's made in recent weeks, hoping to find a way it appears to capitalize financially on his several outbursts.

    In regard to the shooting of Michael Brown, I have this:

    According to Michael Brown's friend, Wilson pulled Brown inside his vehicle, actually reaching up and grabbing him by his neck, and shirt, mysterious behavior, until you realize that it gave Wilson justification to shoot him: "He [Brown] went after my gun." Wilson was angry, believing that Brown and friend had said something he, Wilson, didn't like, backing up his vehicle so fast, that Brown's friend feared that Wilson might strike the two of them.

    "Now, in line with the officer’s driver’s side door, they could see the officer’s face. They heard him say something to the effect of, “what’d you say?” At the same time, Johnson says the officer attempted to thrust his door open but the door slammed into Brown and bounced closed. Johnson says the officer, with his left hand, grabbed Brown by the neck.

    “I could see the muscles in his forearm,” Johnson said. “Mike was trying to get away from being choked.”.

    “They’re not wrestling so much as his arm went from his throat to now clenched on his shirt,” Johnson explained of the scene between Brown and the officer. “It’s like tug of war. He’s trying to pull him in. He’s pulling away, that’s when I heard, ‘I’m going to shoot you.’”.

    At that moment, Johnson says he fixed his gaze on the officer to see if he was pulling a stun gun or a real gun. That’s when he saw the muzzle of the officer’s gun.

    “I seen the barrel of the gun pointed at my friend,” he said. “He had it pointed at him and said ‘I’ll shoot,’ one more time.”.

    A second later Johnson said he heard the first shot go off.

    “I seen the fire come out of the barrell,” he said. “I could see so vividly what was going on because I was so close.”.

    Johnson says he was within arm’s reach of both Brown and the officer. He looked over at Brown and saw blood pooling through his shirt on the right side of the body.

    “The whole time [the officer] was holding my friend until the gun went off,” Johnson noted."

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