Violent Police Department in the Crosshairs as Anonymous Launches #OpJohnCrawford

October 10, 2014   |   Justin King

Justin King
October 10, 2014

(TheAntiMedia) Beavercreek Police officer Sean Williams killed John Crawford in Wal-Mart, and weeks of peaceful protest achieved nothing. The police won’t even be reviewing the policies that led to two innocent people being killed.

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An Anon protesting the killing of John Crawford in Beavercreek, Ohio

While Anonymous affiliated activists have been involved with the various protests, the collective seems to have been waiting to see what, if anything, was going to be done before launching full-scale operations. The wait is apparently over. Anonymous has launched #OpJohnCrawford, and is threatening multiple forms of action unless three demands are met. Image credit: Justin King

The full attention of the collective is cause to worry for the police department that has simply ignored all demands for reform and justice. Anonymous has gained a reputation in law enforcement circles for their willingness to take the fight beyond traditional protest and place departments that believe they are above the law on the defensive through cyber attacks and the leaking of personal information about officers.

The operation was kicked off with a simple video:

The demands are simple:

Fire or permanently disarm officer Sean Williams.
Bring criminal charges against 911 caller Ronald Ritchie.
Publicly apologize for the murder to John Crawford’s family.

UPDATE: Ohio Cops Respond to Anonymous’ #OpJohnCrawford…and They’re Not Happy

Anti-Media spoke with an Anonymous-affiliated activist known as “ghost.”

He or she (you never know with Anonymous) said the collective,

“will not stop and will go to any length for justice for John Crawford.”

Later, the Anon added,

“We will occupy, we will take out any web based assets, and make personal informational viral until demands are met.”

These are typical opening shots in an Anonymous cyber war. In the past, if actions similar to the above fail to achieve the set goals, Anonymous raised the stakes by attacking the local economy, campaign donors, and any organization supporting the offending government agency.

The department successfully ignored the wishes of the community when separate protests tried to bring about reform. Ignoring the weight of the collective will probably prove to be significantly more difficult, and the new support is likely to reinvigorate organizations that have been fighting for more accountability such as the Ohio Students Association, Columbus Cop Block, and Ohio Open Carry.

More on John Crawford from The Anti-Media:

Ohio “Open Carry” Laws Could Spell Murder Charges for Cops who Shot Innocent Man

Anonymous Joins Cop Block in Armed Protest to Support Police Violence Victim John Crawford

Beavercreek Police Department Occupied by Activists over John Crawford’s Murder

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Author: Justin King

Justin King joined Anti-Media as an independent journalist in July of 2014. His topics of interest include activism, human rights, international relations, and military affairs. Born in Japan, he currently resides in the United States.

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  1. I hope the fuck up everything and anything they can fuck those police that feel like they can do and get away e it h anything they want.

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  2. Fuck the warnings going forward. Take em down.

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  3. God has answered my prayers..

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  4. It is truly amazing…Many still do not understand these kind of abuses are happening with regular frequency. They quickly put their alliance with "law enforcement" based upon the principles of their programming. Reason must enter in. We think it unwise to say all police are evil. Nevertheless it is patently foolhardy to say there are none who are evil. We exercise vigilance because we know how profoundly the numbers are on the rise…of the mad ones who willfully abuse, endorsed by a corrupted bureaucracy who will not hold them responsible. Something has to change. We are the ones we have been waiting for. Now what?

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  5. Just expose their info so other people can take a shot at his life

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  6. I hope they give out all information they can obtain about the police, their families, and all ARREST RECORDS that are bullshit!

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  7. I hope this happens, and I hope it happens over and over to other dirty departments across the nation. There are many. Anonymous has my support in this, but please dont make threats you cant or dont intend to follow through with, because it reduces the fear you can instill if you stick to your word.

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  8. this is why i feel protected in this sick world. i hope Anon burns them all at the stake.

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  9. This is awesome

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  10. Do it & do it now! Don't give them a warning they most certainly didn't give John one!

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  11. While they're at it they need to target that crazy group that advocates police violence against those who legally carry guns. You know ,MDA led by Shannon Watts and her sugar daddy Bloomberg.

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  12. The time of peaceful protest is over its time for violent revolution through cyber war and physical revolution shall we let the police slowly kill us all or shall we stand and fight its your chose America choose wisely open your eyes people open your eyes and breath in the thought if true freedom I mean really I'm 15 and I know what needs to be done in this country I'm willing to fight and die for this country but only for the right reasons its not even freedom for us it's for our children cause they will inharit this place it's time to become United States and fight oppression VIVA LA REVOLUTION !!

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    • Flutter Shy

      Your generation has a voice that WILL be heard.

      Speak. Resist. Persist.

      Due diligence, my friend…

      Wake the masses.

      1,000,000 adults can’t be heard like a few young people.

      #wegoturback

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  13. D james spencer thats a great idea, best one I've heard in a long time, people that are given the kind of power the police are given should have to be accountable to the people

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  14. Yeah do that wow awesome guys keep it up….

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  15. Get up Stand Up Revolt!!

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  16. The store has to be responsible for his death, they sell the pellet gun and call the cops a customer has one in his hands, that shows total responsibility, this was not a shooting, this was an execution, never a hands up, nor a FREEZE, the officer just executed, that is illegal in any country, you must take this police officer to justices now

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  17. Maybe popo ought to get realistic and realize the gig is up. Do what is morally right, and anon will leave them alone. If they don't….well good luck with your department.

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  18. Some of you have said fight the power. WE THE PEOPLE are the power; government has somehow forgotten that. If you truly want to fight do so in the voting box. Vote for the ones who know WE THE PEOPLE put them there to represent us. The veil of fear and ignorance is lifting, WE THE PEOPLE are now thinking for ourselves and no longer believing what the government wants us to believe. The government is not a two party system.

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  19. Take em down Anonymous,take em down hard!!!

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  20. Im a pastor a conservative I've always supported the police, but I never will again they have become arrogant dangerous abusers of their power, two in my town of Tulsa okla have been convicted of rape yet nothing really happens to them one, black cop shot a white kid the cop was looking for hookers at motel they fired the cop but he was not put in prison like he should have been.

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  21. Anonymous SAID they where going to help with Ferguson. I hope this isn't an empty promise…

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  22. obviously the credit doesn't go to god the fuckin guy is dead, get a clue

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  23. Why did he take the very real looking toy gun from the box …also if a cop with a gun tells you to drop it ….drop it dont run what sort of normal person runs from cops while two guns are pointed at you …..the only victim was the lady who had a heart attack from the gun shots

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    • I think u didnt see the video record of the shop, nothing was ask, they shoot!! that’s all !! and in the back !!

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    • Robert,
      You are an idiot…..

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    • ^^ copapologist.
      shame shame.

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  24. While I agree that the 911 caller Ronald Ritchie is an asshole and a complete idiot for that call, I don't believe he should face criminal charges. First of all because he is not responsible for the actions of an incompetent police force. Secondly you gotta consider that he truly thought here was a dangerous situation in that walmart and that calling 911 was the best thing to do, he may have been wrong but if you charge him for calling 911 when he was genuinely in fear for the lives of himself and the other shoppers, that sends a bad message to the people and may deter someone from calling when they really should.

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    • Brian,

      I was a real U.S. Marine for 26 years. I have more rights than a lot of folks to criticize and voice my opinion about police overreach, ineptitude, and stupid 911 calls. I fought to give you all the freedom and ability to live freely in a country were the small and disadvantaged are oppressed daily by some police officers.

      Sit back, relax, and listen to the 911 call, while at the same time look and analyze the video. He was having his 15 minutes of fame while endangering peoples lives. He was clearly leading the 911 operator and preparing the police for a showdown. This could have resulted in more than two people being killed. Yes, they were killed by inept police reaction to a harmless situation.

      He too should be held accountable.

      Anon, I support you….

      Sonny, the real U.S. Marine

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  25. How bout you just do it and quit threatening …

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  26. he didn't open the box, it was already out of the box just lying on the shelf (which sounds like negligence by walmart, imo) and he just picked it up. and he didn't run. he didn't point it at anyone. he didn't even have a chance to respond to the cops, they just ran up on him and started shooting. all of this is shown in the surveillance video

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  27. That right get them uncover all dirty department. Cyber attack on them

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  28. We need to stuff being extorted to pay for such a wervice as protection. If we leave it to the free market none of this would happen and if it ever did that business would be forced to take action or lose everything.

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  29. Please anon take down this crooked police department. I'm a resident of dayton ohio about 10 mins away from Beavercreek. This has been a major blow to dayton because no action has been taken and two innocent people lost their lives because of a trigger happy. cop. Anon I support you to the fullest! Do what needs to be done!

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  30. People that don't know shit about the situation are the quickest to come to the defense of clearly corrupt police…what a damn shame.

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  31. Hay people are allowed to have different opinions from yours and voice them …I seen the tape on my local news and it was my opinion that he ran when confronted but I cant argue about him taking it out of the box or not ….but if a cop says drop your toy or your loaf at bread drop it

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  32. Dan Allhopeisgone Destler you shut the fuck up you butt hurt bitch. The truth hurts.

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  33. Don't be mad a Robert y'all. Clearly this man is incapable of recognizing a serious situation. As evidence by his core

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  34. there are too many officers and not enough candidates to make them all elected positions. but the sheriff is elected (for county law enforcement, I think police chiefs are also elected for city departments but not sure on that), those are the ones you hold responsible when you go to the voting booths
    that's the reason that whenever you hear the sheriff/chief talking about how they support marijuana reform or how they want to increase accountability and decrease corruption in their department, they always say that stuff during an election year. after the election it's back to business as usual, sweeping everything under the rug for the goons they employ

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  35. Lewis Jackson lmao i'm not butt hurt in the slightest bit. There's nothing to be butt hurt about if you want to be a loser that's fine. Just no reason to be disrespectful to someone not doing anything wrong. That's a bitch move.

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  36. You're in Dayton and you want to throw stones at Beavercreek. Haha. That is the funniest thing I have heard all year.

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  37. Dan Allhopeisgone Destler it's a bitch move to act like god had anything to do with this situation. The fucking guy died for nothing. Do you think his parents feel like god answered their prayers? I just brought up the obvious you ignorant fuck. Only thing bitch here is you.

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  38. this shit is stupid, maybe if he wasn't walking around walmart pointing a gun at people he wouldn't of been shot, no one knew it wasn't a real gun. and to demand that criminal charges be pressed against the person who called is just awful, now people cant call for help without fear of being charged for it? I hope all of you amateur anarchist get what you want so you can see what kind of world your fighting for. maybe then the world today wont seem as bad

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  39. Yes we need to inite..officers r to protect n serve us the people n the constitution not take the.law into their own warped sense of minds n enforce what they see fit as justice. We are standing by to watch our friends our family our children die….WHY. We are many n they are few when we unite as a whole a country. They have been corrupted n r broken. Even those who give their lives for their "country as they percieved , those who gave their sanity left their family's to come home to loose their rights see this unjust acts of corrupt law being taken upon our own people. We must stand n fight our own war here n now before its to late. It infront of us . In our town in our cities. We must stand up speak op n fight for what our country was founded apon before its completely torn down.

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  40. Beavercreek, Ohio should have done something to rectify this by now. What if I stopped by a Beavercreek Walmart and was randomly shot like this- just for carrying a BB gun that I was planning to buy? This is about as bad as the cops in Florida that shot at a guy in a bar and killed a woman- then blamed it on the guy they shot at because he had an unloaded gun. They're still on the force, also. When are going to rise up against our tyrants and stop their abuse ?

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  41. Personally, I think criminal charges on the caller is most justified. And to take down the cop is a most honourable demand!!!
    You see… A simple 2 minute investigation by this officer, would have shown zero bloody bodies strewn about in the store, a simple few commands, probably would have resulted in his kids not growing up fatherless.
    Investigative skills in America seem nonexistant

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  42. i live in the area. bout 10 min from beavercreek . u would not believe how many people think he should of been shot!! i thinks its awesome anon is getting involved! i would love to have seen someone with one of those masks on!!!!

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  43. also everyone, a lady had a heart attack and died from the stress of the cops open firing in walmart and she died in front of her kids. so that family needs justice too

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  44. I call bullshit on this one!!! People are calling cops on everybody for nothing at all. You don't like the thought of a store selling guns, don't go there. You don't like people walking infront of your house, move to the country!!! People have got to stop their nonsense

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  45. John Bourassa ronald ritchie is responsible for the fact that cops were there, but he is not at all responsible for their conduct after they got there. and that's the real problem here, cops should be able to respond to a situation reasonably even if they got bad info from an unreasonable caller. So I agree it's complete nonsense that he called them but it's not like he pulled the trigger

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  46. Whats going on right now doesn't work.the reason have the vote of our law makers is because anyone that makes law congress ect, must be accoutable to the people, but what politicians have done is to far everything to the Supreme Court you are not voted on the pointedthat why politicians don't have to be accountable for what they dowe need to make the police accountable for how they treat the public, if we dont do somthing soon they'll be kicking in our doors at nigjt for opposing them on anything I'm telling you it's coming quicker than you think

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  47. how is charging the caller justified, what if someone came to your neighborhood waving a gun around and pointing it at people, are you gonna sit there saying well hes prob just messing around? that cop did his job, take down the potential threat, with all of the mass killing these days what are they supposed to think, that 2 min investigation could of cost more lives that weren't doing something idiotic, if you think you can do better then why aren't you on the police force, how about you try and talk it out with an armed criminal, cause yes he was a criminal, he would of been charged with inducing panic had he not been shot. and as for his kids there prob better off, without a father that gets high and waves guns around walmart. like I said before, I hope all of you get what you desire, so you can see how it will be, and next time you find yourself in danger, you better not dare call the cops.

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  48. Lewis Jackson She's obviously not saying god answered her prayers by killing the guy you fucking idiot, she's obviously saying god answered her prayers because someone is standing up for the guy. She's saying something nice and you're being a fucking douchebag. If you want to wallow in your own sadness and not believe in god that's fine but don't put someone else down for believing in something. What you do in the own privacy of your home is your business but don't bring that shit here.

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  49. Maybe anonymous should first understand the situation and how the legal system works before trying to mess with someone's life.

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  51. He didn't point it at anybody. Even the 911 caller that you're apologizing for here came out and said that he didn't point the gun at anyone after he was shown the video. And those two cops damn sure didn't see him point it at anyone. But you can have your made up version of what happened if it makes you feel good.

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  52. Watch the video dumb ass. Ronald Ritchie got him SWATTed as a joke.

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  53. Jeremy Lisco you weren't there either, but here you are spewing nonsense that is contradicted by the facts. There is a recorded interview of the man who called 911 saying in his own words with his very own mouth that he never saw Crawford point the gun at anyone. What do you know that he doesn't?

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  54. All of this fighting amongst ourselves: this is the reason we can't fight against the powers that be.
    We can't be simultaneously divided, and united.
    Get passed your petty religious differences, and focus on your common interests. We, the people, of the United States of America, have a lot more in common with one another than we do with the cops, politicians, lobbyists, and CEOs who are continually trying to get us to point fingers at one another.
    Stop causing divisiveness between us. When you do, you are playing the part of a puppet of our "corporate masters".
    It doesn't matter if you're atheist, devout Mormon, Muslim, Buddhist, or anything else. It doesn't matter if you're poor or middle class or on welfare. It doesn't matter if you're black, white, brown, red or yellow. We're ALL in this together. It's we the people, vs the powers that be. And we don't stand a chance without a sense of unity.

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  55. So these people are going to make the entire community suffer? Because an officer made an HONEST mistake? Try watching some of these police shooting videos every now and then and tell me that when Crawford pointed the weapon towards the officers, it's no wonder they panicked and fired at him. I'm all for taking action for reform, but this is just ridiculous

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  56. We can suffer together for justice and accountability or we shall suffer individually from their absence.

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  57. At this point just drain the bank accounts of these depts and members. Do the most damage they can. I was never much for the Anarchy approach to this. But at this point fuck it. We can go Escape from LA and take us back to the stone age.

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  58. The ignorant support the status operandi of the programming they are familiar with, and believe, falsely, in the reliability of ideology which requires no attention or action from them. They are the foolish ones who arrogantly say there is no need for change while the inflexibility of their position kills even themselves.

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  59. Jeremy Lisco I believe the store video shows that he was not pointing it at people, and that the caller lied or exaggerated. Not positive on this, but I believe that is the case here. The video shows it to be an instant murder, without gathering details or info, from what I understand.

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  60. Anyone else getting death threats from troll Emery Hayward for posting on here?

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  61. Fedora Dan unity is not going to help us, we don't live in a world of honor anymore. We don't live in a world where people don't do crazy shit because they fear god. We live in a world where people do what they want and people would rather turn a blind eye and let the world rot than make a difference.

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  62. Unity is the only thing that can help us.
    We never lived in a "world of honor", bad people have always existed, misanthropes, and serial killers, and mass murderers, and sadists, and psychopaths, have ALWAY been here. Crazy people have always done crazy shit, some in the name of god, some in the name of a nation, some in the name of nothing, and some completely undetected.

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  63. The only difference between crazies in the past, and crazies now, is that the new ones have better technology and weapons, and live in a much more densely populated world. And we hear about every incident because information travels around the globe in an instant now.
    And the reason so many people turn a blind eye, is because of their lack of a sense of community. Like I said, what we need is unity.

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  64. Fuck all these corrupt cops. Bitch can't even apologize. Just a powercrazed faggot behind a badge and gun

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  65. Causing more mayhem isn't justice… That's not what justice is about. That's revenge

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  66. He did not point the gun at officers as some are attempting to say. To cause disruption is not necessarily revenge…and disruption is, in many cases, the only effective agent of change.

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  67. I watched the video. Soon as the police yelled at him he jumped and flagged them with the rifle. Thus providing a reasonable excuse to fire at him. Crawford was foolish to be walking around with the weapon like he was anyway

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  68. He wasn't "pointing the gun at people" you fucking idiot. There's a video showing he wasn't. It's almost sad how stupid people have gotten, but then again I shouldn't expect much more from a Super 8 clerk…

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  69. We ALL need to get off our asses and take action.

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  70. This article- these people, this message, fills me with hope. Their purpose is one of bravery, honor, and revolution. Rock on Anon- rock on.

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  71. because elected officials are working out in congress, amirite.

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  72. Brian miller , what's next? Can we call the cops because someone's buying a fish filet knife at walmart too? The guy was buying a product sold at walmart. The only fault I see here, is the clerk that opened the case, should have carried it to the cash register.

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  73. Violent revolution is exactly what the system is set up to deal with, the government INVITES violence. It's the media you need to defeat violently.

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  74. It doesn't matter who is elected, we still need to have accountability for all cops! Body cams are a step in the right direction, but now i read that they just turn them off, pull the trigger, than turn them back on, crooked, and corrupt fucking cops!

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  75. John Bourassa he was not buying it and there was no clerk doing anything for him, he was just browsing the tore and saw it sitting on the shelf. this type of fake gun is not kept behind a case, it's kept in a box in the same aisle near the real gun cases. at least that's where they are in the walmart by me. apparently someone else had opened the box and took the gun out, probably a customer playing with it just like john crawford did, but apparently either nobody noticed or nobody cared about that person and then any employee that walked by and saw it opened before crawford did, neglected to put it back in the box.
    if someone wants to call the cops for a dumb reason like a person buying a knife then sure, let them. that doesn't mean police need to take them seriously. it's up to the police to assess the situation and respond appropriately

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  76. How the hell do you know he wasn't gonna buy it? But let's say your point is valid, and he was carrying it around, which by the way is impossible at the walmart, because all weapons are under lock n key, let's say he's walking around the store with it… Has he commited a crime? Has he shoplifted? Are there people strewn about all shot up? Is this weapon so dangerous they keep it on a shelf beside the fishing equipment? Or is it considered a child's toy?
    No sir, you are wrong in your thought pattern, calling the police for every little retarded thing needs to be a serious crime!!! 1) it is taxing the system, police running to every little concern costs money, justifying inflated budgets, employing more and more of these thugs

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  77. Ok, Jeremy Lisco, you may not have read the story or watched the video released by Walmart. The man who was killed was shopping. He went to sporting goods, and grabbed a pellet gun. Not something from a case, something from the shelf. He was on his cell phone. He then leisurely walks around the store, talking on his phone and shopping for quite some time. He never attempted to load the pellet gun, and never once in all the video footage *And they have a lot of it* did he ever shoulder the toy, line up the site, or point it at anyone. A man in the store, shopping with his wife, saw a black man with what he assumed was an automatic weapon. He called 911, and made up a story. *He has publicly admitted to making up the story!* He told the 911 operator that he had military training and that he had witnessed the man attempting to load bullets in an automatic weapon, that he was pointing it at children and scaring other shoppers. That man was the only person in that store to call 911. You can even see other shoppers and they walk right by him, paying ZERO attention to a man shopping and talking on his phone. The police come in swat style, and very quietly corner the man while he's looking at chips. They do not identify themselves. The store video has no audio, but the 911 caller does, so you can hear what's happening and see it matched to the store footage. The police do not tell him to drop it, they open fire at the same moment they open their mouths. You can see a split second where the shopper sees them and starts to turn away… to run? To hit the ground? It happens so fast no one could imagine the fear and panic that poor man was feeling in that instant. It is only a fraction of a second, but if I were shopping, chatting away, then look up to see swat with guns drawn on me, I may try to hit the deck to! They do not give him a chance to put up his hands, do not order him to drop the "weapon" nothing. They just open fire, killing him. In the process, a woman in her 30s that is near by when officers open fire, is so scared by the gunfire that she drops dead on the spot from a heart attack. Police then realized it was an unloaded toy gun with the tag still on it. The 911 caller later admits to police and the media that he made the story up, but that he THOUGHT it was a real gun, and then admits the man never actually pointed it at anyone. All of this happened in a state with full open carry laws. Even if the guy did have an actual weapon, if he had a licence to have it, it would have been perfectly legal. The caller making up the story is what got the man killed. The bottom line is that 2 people died because 1 guy got nervous, and made up a lie to sensationalize the issue and provoke a police response. His actions killed 2 people. The police did not follow proper procedure, cornered an innocent shopper, and gunned him down when they saw him. It was a very cut and dry case of murder by the police, and the 911 caller deserves to be facing criminal charges for lying to police and ultimately causing panic that led to the deaths of 2 people that night. Just watch the video. The only thing the man does is hold a toy he was going to purchase in a non-aggressive manner.

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  78. We need to stop making things like profiling and "drug wars" profitable to police. We need our police to be about the community and not the money. Compassion as opposed to disdain. Honor and integrity as opposed to a strong arm and big arrest record. Everything is about profits. Even our police forces and we have seen what greed for profits can and does first hand. You always get what you pay for so they say …. Always. The problem is that currency is worthless and so is the product it buys. Its time to find a new way.

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  79. CALLER ADMITTED HE LIED!

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  80. Dan Allhopeisgone Destler typical bigot christian piece of shit that blames all of the world's mishaps on atheists.

    You forget that the higher the IQ in a person, the lower the chance they are religious. Do you really think that is a coincidence? Thomas Jefferson even wrote his own bible because he didn't believe in all the retarded shit that you think everyone should "fear" today.

    Low IQ holier than thou bitches like you are the part of the REAL problem. Atheists have contributed more to this world in the name of technology and science than you can imagine. Low IQ religious zealots like you have done NOTHING but try to hold us back.

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  81. Right on Lewis.

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  82. Support Eric Frein!

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  83. Did you just say the officer made an honest mistake? Your an idiot. Yeah he didn't mean to pull the trigger. He couldn't see that the gun was fake. He literally ran in and shot to kill

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  84. Emery Hayward

    i double dare you tell mighty ace to hacked into my computer see what happens

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  85. So, if you find this name in any computer you hack, give them a little something extra for me, will ya? Shut off their power, or better yet, their internet connection, since they are abusing it. That will be a lesson, instead of revenge.

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  86. Mit ryan I believe you hit the nail on the head the law has turned arresting people into a very profitable business, the police will arrest people on a lie that person has to pay 4 thousand to bail out and never gets their money back, I had a friend whos home was broke into the police didnt care about finding who broke in not enough profit in that but boy they have time to be out hiding in new cars amd wrighting tickets

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  87. Release all their home addresses. That would cause lots of panic. They don't want us to know where they live

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  88. Geeeeezussss…What a bunch of fucking losers you guys are. Are you gonna set up tents and bum money from people again?

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  89. Flagged them?…such an interpretive evaluation. I did not see him pointing directly at the officers. I can consider the reaction of the police: Shoot to kill as per training. The only thing I concede is the extreme hardship of discerning the threat to the public, and making such a critical decision under such duress. It appears absolutely zero effort was made to asses or de-esculate the situation. Just shooting.

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  90. Let's see anonymous actually do something. So many people are using their name and making a joke of them. Do what you say you will do #anonymous

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  91. Lewis Jackson you are right about the intelligence factor the more intelligent the individual the less they need to have something to blame for the bad and someone to praise for the good. atheists take responsibility the religious look for someone to blame. Honestly though don't bring yourself to argue with the less intelligent i have found debating with a christian is a lot like playing chess with a pigeon no matter how much you research your next move or plan out what you will do next they will still just shit all over the board knock over the pieces and strut around victoriously, Because how could you possibly discuss logic with anyone that would seriously believe that some almighty sky daddy made everything with the pretense of "intelligent design" and yet they can not explain how god made everything so exact so perfect but left people with downs syndrome and cancer and ALS if god is real he is a douchebag plain and simple.

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  92. Squall Leonhart you are right, I shouldn't argue debate no matter how little effort it takes. I usually try to steer clear, but sometimes certain comments just irritate me, this was one of them.

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  93. Lewis Jackson man one day christianity will fall from religion to myth just as all of the failed religions of the past have and there will be a new one that will pop up. this is how the intelligent control the weak minded and it has worked for thousands of years. give them a lie make it small but simple keep repeating that lie and eventually they will believe you…. adolf hitler said that and it goes so much deeper than we can ever imagine.

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  94. What a bunch of scum you all are, including the ANON losers, who post anti police comments. The piece of trash got shot for a reason. It is what you get for waving a gun around. The only thing that officer did wrong was not use enough not bullets!

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  95. I’d respect these guys more when they occassionally come out for what might be a good cause, if only they weren’t such a bunch of scared bitches hiding behind masks while they are also trying to steal peoples money, release classified information that our enemies will get a hold of and acting like children by trying to disrupt normal peoples lives. #Assnonymous is a group of fucking losers.

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  96. The demands are reasonable and just. If they are not met I hope Anonymous brings that department to its knees.

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  97. I think all LEOs should have to take a mandatory Constitution class and pass a lengthy test to become a cop.

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  98. Anon, if you want to know who is responsible, look at a group called MDA aka Mothers Demand Action. this group has instructed members, such as Ronald Ritchie who has posted but has now been scrubbed from their FB page to Swat call legal Gun owners in an attempt to intimidate and cause injury to legal Gun owners. You will find in their archives Ronald Richie's post were they instruct their members whenever they see a permitted Gun owner in Walmarts or Krogers to leave the store, dial 911 and report that they are acting wild and pointing Guns at people with the goal of causing Gun owners to be injured or killed by the Police, and to force all stores to ban legal Gun owners from the right to self defense.

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  99. i agree with anthony we the pdople of the united states need to get off our asses and realize there is more to our country than just our work and home. the police force in my town have had five killings in three months. and three of the dead were unarmed. w t f is goi g on in tbis country. TO SERVE AND PROTECT has become to bully and kill

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  100. What the fuck guys… do you see how "Violent Police Department in the Crosshairs" in itself suggests the use of violence?

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  101. To protect and serve. Hardly. The police turned on their own country men. You should see all the videos out there of what is being done to the citizens of this country. Now, they think a few PR stunts are going to make it all better. Not happening . Demand accountability. They're not above the law. They're the frickin terrorists on the streets. I know. They crippled me for nothing more than calling for help. Horrible human beings. The worst.

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  102. Many..many years ago..growing up in Texas I was taught (as I'm sure most youngsters were back in the day) to always respect my elders, to always say please and thank you, to obey the laws of God and man and that if you were in any kind of trouble or in an unsafe spot to run to the nearest police officer, because a police officer's job is to protect us and keep us safe..why it even says so right on their patrol cars.." To Serve and Protect"…Well folks, those days are way gone as well as that mission statement. Most police departments have removed those 4 words from their patrol cars, because their job is no longer to serve and protect, their job now is to 'enforce' law and order by any means they can and nothing else. The police academies are training their cadets in military tactics and they are being let out on to our streets with the mind set of, "It's them or us" and "us" is the enemy and they will take "us" down any way they can..This nation is becoming a military policed nation..and you thought "escape from new york" was fiction…WAKE UP PEOPLE!! We really aren't that far off from making fiction into reality. Most of us put blinders on every morning…shit some of us even sleep in our blinders…so we don't have to see whats going on around us and we can just go on our marry way..as long as it's not affecting me or mine…but it will, you can bank on it, and when it does you will be saying to the officer, as he's forcing you on the ground face first, with his gun or taser, screaming at you not to fucking move…but ..but officer i have rights..i know my rights..and he'll just laugh as he's picking you up off the ground and slams you into the back of his patrol car…..Yeah right!!

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  103. When a cop gets killed it's a totally different story, though. Fuck all the corrupt cops in this country! Oath betrayers should all burn in hell!!!

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  104. Who is Walbart? And what does Joan Crawford have to do with this? I had to watch it twice i thought I was trippin. Lol

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  105. Ronald Ritchie is the one who got this young man killed. RONALD RITCHIE. ANON, leak HIS info!!! Demand his trial! He flagrantly lied to the police, causing them to believe he was armed and dangerous. This doesn't excuse the actions of the police, by any means. Want to make that clear. That guy should of never of been shot. However, while he didn't pull the trigger, Ronald Ritchie killed him.

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  106. So much racism, and hatred !
    My God where will all of this racism, and hatred end?

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  107. I'm just biting my moment until the personal information of the public servant is released.

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  108. Being as the police are public servants and are in turn paid by tax dollars, can't we decide to stop paying the public servant?

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  109. Stop being pussies and release all the cops personal info aka their address. The government isnt passive so neither should Anon. Stop being a little bitch about it and obliterate them, do everything you can. I want to see some addresses!!!

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