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A Call for Reason and Balance

By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor

We at VT have investigated the Tamir Rice shooting in Cleveland and believe it to be a felony shooting.  We have only investigated a few others, including Ferguson, and find that activists are wrong as often as they are right but never learn, never admit it and because of this, may well not succeed at needed police reforms.

Wearing a badge is made impossible in many departments because of corruption and incompetence.  However, those who hate police because the troll ridden internet tells them to are fools.  We fix what is broken, punish those who do wrong and treat the truth with respect.



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  1. peter  February 10, 2016 at 11:39 pm

    Do we see a pattern here? Funny how there are legitimate grievances yet we keep getting led down the wrong path. The cases were there are injustices are brushed aside, yet the illegitimate cases are highlighted. Where there are legitimate cases of atrocities against the people (Tj ready, murdered by cartels) yet people are fed a Bundy ranch story. The point is we are all angry, and cool heads will prevail. Hey, I could be wrong but how else will I learn?

  2. highrpm  February 10, 2016 at 3:10 pm

    it may be so that police departments are broken, but stirring up social unrest with the intent to further breakdown law and order agencies of the state is a common tactic of those whose mission in life is to create disorder, i.e. the joos and george soros likes, he funding several organizations that [just] happened to show up in ferguson to take advantage of the unrest and create more.

    sometimes things get so crazy that the rational approach may be to prioritize madness and work on the top one or two. soros and co, who have made profiteering on disaster they life’s mastery, make money for their media friends covering the resulting “stealing, killing and destroying” to package it as news coverage otherwise known as reality entertainment. more money for the coffers.

    the next evolution resulting from weaken law enforcement is just more chaos. wait until the grocery shelves go empty and our “black lives matter” boys from compton close down the freeways and intersections and start pulling white women from their cars and raping them.

    the joo media is chomping at the bit to cover the action.

    • highrpm  February 10, 2016 at 3:22 pm

      i guess what i’m trying to express is rather than call out the bad boy cops for legal action, why did the bad boy big bankster get not only a glance the other way from the justice system, but also hugh pay offs for their crimes.

      vt, yea, you guys likely raised your voices in 2008-2010 trying to call attention to that lawlessness, but this small town cop stuff pales in its evil deeds compared the the crimes of the big boy joos.

      i say lets look the other way to maintain consistency.

  3. cynthiamaccioli  February 10, 2016 at 2:55 pm

    The police departments ARE broken, have been forever but never as thoroughly corrupt as they are now. Now there is visible proof of their brutality via cell phones. Perhaps it’s always been this brutal, just covered up or ignored. Don’t know. What I do know is I will call the police when a naked man is beating down my door with a sledge hammer. Period. And what I will never do again is ever give a police man any information other than a yes or no answer. They don’t protect and serve, they break the law to enforce the law, they want to arrest you. And when they kill an unarmed person they get away with murder.

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