...and no protests over this cold blooded murder of an officer trying to give somebody a break. "No good deed goes unpunished"; This quote has been attributed to Oscar Wilde and Claire Boothe Luce, and would certainly apply to the recent tragedy in KY when a rookie state trooper was shot and killed (by a BLM street thug from Ferguson, MO no less) during a routine traffic stop. For some reason, the officer was trying to arrange hotel accommodations for this animal and the other occupants of the car instead of arresting him for speeding and driving with a suspended license. After fleeing into the woods, the killer was found the next morning and shot dead - certainly a more appropriate ending for his miserable life that didn't matter.
At this point, no statement from POTUS or his press secretary. If incidents like this continue without some decisive intervention from our national leadership, the racial divide in this country will expand to a point not seen since the 1950s. Decent, law-abiding citizens will not tolerate this kind of anarchy."At the initial stop, it was his intent to put them all in a hotel without having to apprehend the driver," Thomas said. "It was a minor violation, having the driver's license suspended. After he initiated the pursuit, I'm sure his mind was changed on that."
The chase came to a screeching halt, however, when Johnson-Shanks abruptly stopped his vehicle causing Ponder to crash into him from behind, police said.
"At that point, the suspect leaned out of the driver-side window and fired multiple rounds at the trooper's car, striking the hood, the windshield and striking our trooper," Thomas said.
Kentucky State Police trooper killed in highway shooting