People who are immune to crimes
- Police broke into a home…
- Call this a serious crime
- Crimes are only crimes when they are convenient
People who are immune to crimes. More and more things are being looked at by the people as crimes. The main thing in the news is the abuse of minorities by the police, not only just minorities but all people.
Recently police broke into a home in an alleged drug bust at 2:00 a.m. in the morning and threw flash bang grenades into the home. One of them landed in a baby’s playpen area and severely hurt the child; collapsing his lung, sunk his chest, and almost blinded him. The parents received a medical bill from the hospital for a million dollars but the city claims the officers were just doing their jobs and will not pay any of the baby’s medical expenses.
They cited a county law, which exempts the city from negligence lawsuits. Now, is it, or is it not, a crime that has happened? Technically the city says it’s not a crime, therefore there’s no consequences to them. Was it criminal that this happened the way it happened? How about the fact that the SWAT team found nothing in the home or the person they were looking for? How do you explain this to a baby who was seriously injured and probably disfigured. Most people who could think and reason rationally would call this a serious crime of deliberate negligence.
So, it appears that crimes are only crimes when they are convenient. When law enforcement is attempting to enforce the law and there’s no criminal activity or evidence found, but damage is done, it’s not considered a crime. Anyone who accidentally gets in the way is just collateral damage, just like in war. Over the next few years society will band together and crack down on the criminal activities of people working for cities.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That whether it’s technically not a crime you can still commit criminal activity.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because people everywhere have lost their sense of right and wrong.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Before you act impulsively thinking that you are doing the right thing, ask yourself what could go wrong.
COMMENTARY: We are living in a very reactionary world. Law enforcement and people are both acting this out causing more tension. Everyone can see this building and each person just hopes they aren’t caught in the wrong place at the wrong time when yet another outburst takes place. However, these outbursts are happening in everyday places by everyday people, so how do you and those you love avoid it? Maybe you will and maybe you won’t, just don’t add to the tension and maybe you will be okay.