Police Botch Car Sting, Shoot and Kill 17 Year Old who Tried to Steal Bait Car

Cassius Methyl | The Anti Media

The Supreme Court ruling that gave police the power to shoot and kill anyone who runs from the police in a vehicle is in full effect. Thumbnail credit: nbc6.com

A few weeks ago, a 17 year old in Northwest Dade County, Florida, was shot dead by police after the cops left a car unattended, waiting for the impoverished youth of the area to take the bait and commit a crime that would not have been committed had they not set him up.

After the teen got into the car used to set him up, the police rolled up behind him and the boy proceeded to ram the police car. However, the police Sergeant only suffered ‘minor injuries’ that were unspecified.

Police simply got out of the car, walked up to the window of the bait vehicle, and shot the teenager several times.

The murdered teen was unarmed.

Article continues below after this local news clip of the incident:

The victim’s father said “He could have made a different decision. He could have shot the tires out. He could have done other things other than use deadly force. “

That’s exactly right, the police did not need to commit murder. It’s especially sickening to see this happen knowing that these days it is very hard to get a job and make decent pay, and most available jobs are working for corporations who do not pay employees sufficient sums of money. Instead of empowering impoverished youth, the government would rather set traps for them.

Desperation is everywhere, and you should know something is very wrong in America when people compromise their morals so easily.

This happens so frequently it is almost redundant to keep saying how wrong this is.

Amazingly, some people do not know this is occurring.

So please share this with as many people as possible, especially people who would be surprised to hear this sad story. If you’re surprised by this, you have a lot of research to do.

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