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Message Subject Knoxville police gun down man outside West Town Mall 's upscale Dillard's dept. store
Poster Handle Travis Bickle
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The Knoxville Police Department is calling the shooting victim the "suspect" even before they know what happened.

Used to the only ones that the KPD would shoot were blacks. West Town Mall is not in a low income area. The victim was driving a Mercedes Benz automobile.

KPD: Officer shot male outside West Town Mall after 'domestic situation'

[link to www.knoxnews.com]
 Quoting: DSL Connector

The bystander reporting seeing the male beating the female as she tried to run away, DeBusk said. The male then tried to push her inside a parked vehicle, in which there was also a toddler-aged child, DeBusk said.

It was only after the physical confrontation with the officer was THE SUSPECT shot.... I assume that the "confrontation" was the officer trying to take the suspect into custody for the felony on the woman, and the attempted felonious getaway in the vehicle that had a toddler in it.

He probably saved their lives!!!

 Quoting: Travis Bickle

It's a shame that the cops these days first instinct is to kill. Hopefully I'll be dead soon and out of this hell.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26792333

That's a real "winning" attitude...

According to the article at the link posted here, it wasn't the Cop's "first instinct" I imagine the situation deteriorated and most likely the guy fought the cop, perhaps tried to even take his gun.... I don't know.

You know as much as me, or maybe you have some other info that indicates that this cop summarily executed this poor citizen?

If you want to bitch and moan about a bad cop... Have a look at this story:

[link to www.knoxnews.com]

Teenager killed, Officer investigated and charged.... This one is a shame.
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