Here we go again. The Black Grievance Industry has no shortage of “victims” to inspire their moronic protests.
From the AP, dateline Madison, WI
The fatal shooting of an unarmed 19-year-old black man by a white police officer, who authorities say fired after he was assaulted, prompted protesters Saturday to take to the college town’s streets with chants of “Black Lives Matter.” The city’s police chief said he understood the anger, assuring demonstrators his department would defend their rights as he implored the community to act with restraint.
Tony Robinson died Friday night after being shot in his apartment following a confrontation with Officer Matt Kenny, who had forced his way inside after hearing a disturbance while responding a call, authorities and neighbors said.
Oh no! Another angelic youth murdered by a vicious, racist cop for no reason? The humanity. But wait …
From The Smoking Gun, Wisconsin Shooting Victim, 19, Was Convicted Last Year For Role In Armed Home Invasion
The unarmed Wisconsin teenager who was shot to death last night during a confrontation with a Madison cop pleaded guilty last year to armed robbery and recently began serving a three-year probation term for that felony conviction, court records show.
According to police, an officer responded Friday to a 911 call about a man who had assaulted a victim and was dodging cars in traffic. The cop followed the suspect into a nearby apartment, where the man allegedly struck the officer in the head, knocking him to the ground. During an ensuing struggle, patrolman Matt Kenny fatally shot the suspect.
The Daily Mail has more, including:
The unarmed Wisconsin 19-year-old who was shot and killed by a veteran white Madison cop pleaded guilty to an armed robbery last year, court records show.
Tony Robinson, who was shot on Friday night after an altercation in which Officer Matt Kenny, 45, was knocked down by a blow to the head, recently began serving a three-year probation for the conviction.
The teenager was arrested last April after an armed home invasion in Madison, when police were called at 6am after a neighbor ‘spotted several men, one of them with an armed long gun, entering an apartment building’, according to police records. …
Robinson pleaded guilty to armed robbery in October and was sentenced to six months in jail but a judge stayed the execution of the custodial term. He began serving a three-year probation period in December.
Naturally, his family says he was a “gentle” boy who wouldn’t hurt a fly, conveniently neglecting to mention that inconvenient felony conviction. It is sad to see his grief-stricken mother on television. Interestingly, I didn’t any interviews with his father.
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