Greetings Me Droogs N Droogettes!
Funny how some news starts trickling out as time wears on. Loose lips and all that Aye? Was on the Gab today checking out and poasting my last bleg, when I happened across this little gem here:
Turned him into a meat sac. Like every. single. bone. in his body... with ASP batons. MULTIPLE times. They even had a medic make sure he didn't die (right kind of them there Aye?) Then they 'let him go'... next day, no body was found, no reports were made, but there was a distinct level of respect and fear in the locals at that point forward. Never fucking piss off the Infantry... we have a chivalrous honorable code a mile wide. Certain laws were meant to be enforced... with a certain amount of glee daresay I?
Casey Codding and W. Joseph Astarita, murderers of Lavoy Finicum, free, and in the case of Codding, promoted.
David Chipman, present at Waco, rumored to have a hand in planning it, again, another promotion, this time to head of the Bureau of Assholes Twats and Fucktards.
"The FBI agent who shot another passenger aboard a moving Metro train last month was first confronted by the man, warned him to back away and saw the man instead prepare to fight him, according to a 911 call by a witness to the encounter that was released Wednesday.
The agent fired “two or three” rounds, the 911 caller said, as the train was pulling into the Medical Center station the morning of Dec. 15. The caller indicated that the agent then helped the injured man get off the train at the station.
The caller said the FBI agent was “attacked” by the other passenger but did not describe how and did not indicate whether there was any physical contact before the shooting.
The passenger was hospitalized with gunshot wounds but survived and has been released, Metro officials said. In the released recording, the 911 caller does not mention whether the man who approached the agent had a weapon. The FBI and Metro Transit Police have never indicated that a weapon was recovered from the scene.
Officials from the three investigating agencies — the FBI, the Metro police and the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office — have declined to provide further details about what happened or release images from train-car cameras that captured the shooting."