Wednesday, October 19, 2016

What Happened To Deborah Danner?

An elderly woman was gunned down by the NYPD. Deborah Danner was naked and holding a bat. A police sergeant had a Taser on him but refused to use it. 

Social media is lit up with the name of a 66-year old Black woman being shot and killed by the New York Police Department.

A police sergeant shot and killed Deborah Danner while responding to a routine check. The fact that a police officer had a taser on him and refused to use it on a mentally disturbed woman in a Bronx apartment is sparking outrage.

The officer named Hugh Barry is placed in the freezer pending a state investigation to why deadly force was justify.

Danner who followed the recent killings of unarmed Black people at the hands of police became a victim as well.

According to the junk food media, Barry entered the apartment. The sergeant encountered Danner in her bedroom naked. She was holding a pair of scissors and bat.
The NYPD claims that the woman attack them first.
The officer told his superiors that he was able to tell the woman to drop the scissors. Then she grabbed the bat and that's when he decided to use force to stop her. He struck her in the torso with two shots.

That's the first mistake of an officer, walking into a room when a person is naked.

Did the officer have a warrant or was let in by Danner?

You have a right to not let an officer into your home without a warrant. If you let an officer into your home, they search your home and find evidence that could be used against you, you've forfeit your rights.

Danner may have been diagnosed with Schizophrenia.

Neighbors would say that Danners was disturbed. She had lost her mother. Many thought that she was inside her home being attacked. But in reality she would be screaming and cursing at herself.

Barry has an eight year history with the NYPD.

The NYPD knew about Danner and the officer may have failed to use discretion in making a judgement call.

Expect that these racist police union presidents Patrick Lynch and Ed Mullins defend the actions of this officer.

There's nothing political about shooting a naked woman inside her own home. The officer didn't have a body camera on him. The officer had a taser but chose to used deadly force. The law knew she had mental issues. This was an assassination.

And once again, the law will say that she probably had drugs on her. She ignored a police command.

She spent time in the lockup.

And conservatives will say that it's President Barack Obama's fault for the outrage by Black Lives Matter.

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