Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Police Murder Hero Who Just Stopped a Mass Shooting

RTR TRUTH MEDIA - Manny's Blue Room Security guard Jemel Roberson who just stopped a mass shooting and apprehended one of the suspects was gunned down. He was wearing security attire, a security hat and was not firing upon the man he had in custody when police opened fire murdering him in cold blood. Now some people will say "they did not know" and that they were "just doing their jobs", but the fact of the matter is that the man was engaged in lawful activity and he saved a bunch of lives and managed NOT taking another life with his actions. When American law enforcement believe that their lives are more important, and that they are the only ones allowed to act in these situations it only enforces the false belief that they exist to protect us. When individuals show such respect to an organization comprised of cowards who will kill in alleged fear, rather than the old principle of not firing upon someone unless fired upon, it is long passed time to purge the ranks of these departments for individuals who are not cowards who are trained to shoot to kill if they become merely afraid of danger. Get another job. This will only endanger the public by causing a "chilling effect" on those who would and could act to save lives. Have the police become the social change agents to make us all think of guns in a "radically different way" via brainwashing as Eric Holder stated? Community Oriented Policing? The Sovietization of American Law Enforcement? Communitarianism at it's finest.

Report by the Chicago Tribune:

A security guard at a tavern in south suburban Robbins was fatally injured when shot by a police officer early Sunday, officials said.
Jemel Roberson, 26, was at Manny’s Blue Room, 2911 S. Claire Blvd., when gunfire erupted, officials said.
Police officers from several south suburban police departments responded to the call of shots fired at about 4 a.m., and a Midlothian police officer shot a security guard who subsequently was pronounced dead at a local hospital, according to Sophia Ansari, a sheriff’s office spokeswoman. The medical examiner’s office identified Roberson, of Chicago, as the man who died at the tavern.

Four other men at the tavern were wounded in the exchange of gunfire. The victims were transported to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn and Metro South Medical Center in Blue Island. None of their injuries were considered to be life-threatening, Ansari said.

Robbins Police Chief Roy Wells said the incident began as a verbal confrontation involving several men, although neither Wells nor Ansari were able to be specific about what provoked the dispute. The incident escalated when one of the men ran outside briefly, only to return with a pistol and began firing shots.

Gunfire was returned by a security person working in the bar at the time, officials said.

Sheriff’s police officers remained at the scene through Sunday, where an area of about one block surrounding the bar was cordoned off.

Cook County sheriff’s office personnel are handling investigation of the barroom incident, while Ansari said the Illinois State Police is handling the investigation of the Midlothian police officer’s actions.

Ansari would not identify the officer, while Midlothian police on Sunday declined to comment on the incident.

Gregory Tejeda is a freelance reporter for the Daily Southtown.

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