Grrrillapmpn Inc.®

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Grrrillapmpn Inc.® last won the day on November 30 2012

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  • Birthday 02/09/1984

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  1. He didn't even do nothing.
  2. Matt Bryant > Matt Ryan > Matt Bosher Not feeling this move.
  3. You displease Lord Trump.
  4. "Bummer" -Steve Mariucci
  5. All of it.
  6. We don't believe you, you need more people...
  7. I live in Boston. Seeing what the police force is today, I doubt it had nothing to do with race. Maybe not the sole reason they started, but definitely a founding my opinion of course.
  8. Black cop who mistakenly shot White woman charged with intentional murder by MO BARNES A judge in a Minneapolis court has ruled that an officer who killed a woman on duty will face another murder charge in the shooting. Officer Mohammad Noor responded to a call of a possible domestic dispute in July 2017. While sitting in the car with his partner, Justine Damond, 40 (née Justine Ruszczyk), banged on the back of the vehicle and came around to the driver’s side. At some point, Noor shot across his partner through the window fatally injuring Damond, who later died at a hospital. Tragically, it was Damond who called 911 to report a possible crime. In the aftermath of the shooting, Noor, a Muslim immigrant from Somalia, was charged with third-degree, unintentional murder and second-degree manslaughter. Prosecutors in the case wanted to add a more serious charge and on Dec. 7, 2018, they got their wish. Hennepin District Judge Kathryn Quaintance approved an additional charge of second-degree intentional murder against Noor in the case. The prosecution maintains that Noor deliberately shot Damond that night and “fired with tragic accuracy, managing to send a 9-millimeter bullet across his partner’s body and through the narrow space of the open driver’s side window.” As a result of the second-degree intentional murder, Noor faces up to 40 years in prison if convicted on that charge alone. A conviction of third-degree murder carries a maximum sentence of 25 years, while the penalty for second-degree manslaughter is 10 years or a $20K fine. At the time of the shooting, the country was still grappling with other police shootings of unarmed Black men. But while the White officers involved in those shootings received support from the Fraternal Order of Police and the NRA, no such support was given to Noor in the killing of an unarmed White woman in pajamas. Instead, Noor’s personal life was explored and past complaints against him were immediately released for scrutiny. Noor’s treatment stands in contrast to that of the officer who was involved in the shooting of Philando Castile, Jeronimo Yanez
  9. I mighta gained some...
  10. Sanu looked open. But it was a three step drop. So Hooper was probably the only "real" option.
  11. Same. That don't mean this ain't an abusive relationship
  12. If the United did their fans like the Falcons do us, I bet it woulda looked just like a Falcons game. Fifty years of abuse kinda changes you.
  13. Corrections officer caught on bodycam punching handcuffed inmate By New York Post Video December 7, 2018 | 10:18am In harrowing footage captured by a bodycam, a Louisville corrections officer is seen punching a handcuffed inmate. Officer David Schwartz, who was fired following the incident, was filmed raising his fist to 19-year-old Terry Whitehead before striking the inmate in the face. A second officer also was fired for failure to report the incident and prior “unprofessional actions” on social media. Whitehead has filed a lawsuit against the two officers, alleging excessive force, assault and battery.
  14. Let's see how it plays out this time. My money is on she walks.
  15. And best believe it'll be in p.c. Not gen pop.