John Deering for April 30, 2015

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    larryrhoades  over 8 years ago

    No,its an improvised explosive device. It will be a pressure cooker tomorrow.

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    Dtroutma  over 8 years ago

    Until either the cops or Gray supporters come up with something more believable, there shouldn’t be any riots, and maybe not demonstrations either. From the information available, there’s definitely NOT enough to judge, from either side.

    Watching the video, I’m still thinking he was injured BEFORE anything on the tape, or the “reports” came up with.

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    Spyderred  over 8 years ago

    Evidence is emerging that the Baltimore Police actually helped fan the riots by stranding a bunch of young people at the location through cancelling bus service after school so, unless they had a parent who could drive to get them, they were stuck at the location. Of course the school shut them out. That way they would get caught up in the riots and police violence and more arrests could happen. Practice for when people in the middle and lower classes finally have enough and riot over being made progressively poorer, less healthy, and less educated, all for the greater prosperity of the already-rich.

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    Tarredandfeathered  over 8 years ago

    Ugly Fact: A Proven way to Start a Riot is to deploy large numbers of heavily Armed and Armored Police to a Peaceful Protest..It has worked Over and Over again in too many places..And the Police KNOW this.So should the Politicians who are Ordering the police to show up ready for a Riot..Are we going to eventually find a Memo from the Chief’s Office saying something like:“Time for a nice little Riot in Baltimore”. ??? .or perhaps: .“Hey, nice little Slum you got there. Be a Shame if something happened to it.”.

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    larryrhoades  over 8 years ago

    Mine was the second comment this morning and made more sense that it does now as the first. Didn’t know they could do that.

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