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Thomas Paul Murphy

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Did the Police Officer Act with Malice 12 14 2014

Did the Police Officer Act with Malice  12 14 2014


That appears to be an issue that has not been brought up with regard to police shootings of unarmed men! I would think that malice is proven when the Police Officer empties his clip!

I can see three shots and a fourth to assure the person is dead, but not a full 13 rounds!  The full 13 rounds would indicate malice.  And the standard used to be that you are to stop when you have incapacitated the person at 3 shots in the above example.

Malice is a contraindication to protecting and serving the public and it has no place in a democratic civilization.

One is 7 of you was poisoned by your mother in your womb from Fetal Alcohol Syndrome mental retardation to have some form of dyslexia, a reading disorder!  So where have the good mothers and fathers been?  If one in 7 of you has dyslexia it really means we have faced an Alcohol insurrection?

Whether it is a Police Chief, A head of a police Union, A District Attorney or Prosecutor, a television talking head, I don't see how you can ever make one single argument that an officer who acted with malice should not be barred from not only the Police Force but also in the Security business or working as a bouncer at a bar or bartender (defacto bouncer.)  That doesn't belong here!

Sign the Petitions!


Thomas Paul Murphy

Copyright 2014

Originally published on 12 14 2014 at:


desire to inflict injury, harm, or suffering on another, either because of a hostile impulse or out of deep-seated meanness:
the malice and spite of a lifelong enemy.
Law. evil intent on the part of a person who commits a wrongful act injurious to others.

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