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Future police? Before you sign up, see what happened to a “bystander” police officer at the Floyd scene…

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If you are considering a career in law enforcement in today’s world, it is certainly commendable, but it may not necessarily be the wisest or safest choice. In Biden’s America, police officers face vilification and condemnation for carrying out their job duties, and in some cases, even having their funding withdrawn. The incident surrounding the arrest of George Floyd serves as a stark reminder, a situation that ignited widespread unrest across the country. Regardless of your stance on Floyd’s arrest and death, there is no denying the fact that the entire situation was politicized and out of control. Things got so crazy that government officials portrayed a career criminal, who once stuck a loaded gun into a pregnant woman’s belly, as a virtuous “saintly” figure, complete with a golden coffin extravagant and opulent funeral for a king. And what happened to one of the officers, who was basically a “bystander” while all the action was going on, is a farce of social justice, which is what our court system is now, with activist judges. Tou Thao, who kept the mob from taking over the crime scene, had just been sentenced to five years in prison for simply doing his job.


Former Minneapolis police officer Tou Thao was sentenced Monday to 4-3/4 years in prison for aiding and abetting murder in the 2020 killing of George Floyd, a black man whose neck was pinned to the ground by another officer’s knee during a botched arrest. .

The sentence, handed down by Hennepin County District Judge Peter Cahill, was more than the 4-1/4 years requested by Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison.

“I was hoping for a little more remorse, remorse, acknowledgment of some responsibility,” Cahill said before handing down the sentence.

The sentence will run concurrently with the 3-1/2 years Thao previously received for a federal conviction for violating Floyd’s civil rights.

Cahill found Thao guilty in May of aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter for his role in Floyd’s death. Thao, a nine-year veteran of the force, was the fourth and last officer to be convicted of the murder.

“I had no intention of doing any malice or … trying to hurt anybody. That was never my intention. I did the best I thought I could,” Thao told the court before being sentenced.

Thao showed dignity, declaring, “I will not be a Judas or join a crowd to preserve myself or betray my God” after explaining that he did not commit the crimes. All was lost with the witty dog ​​judge overseeing the whole sick charade.

Something about casting pearls before swine.

Unfortunately, this was nothing more than another show trial of a liberal nature. This ex-officer, who was doing his duty according to his training, found himself losing not only his career but also his reputation. Now, he faces the loss of his freedom, and the possible repercussions behind bars are anybody’s scary guess. The sad reality is this: a good man goes to jail because a drug-addicted career criminal with a bad heart resisted arrest. It’s honestly a wonder why anyone would want to become a police officer these days.



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