David Dorn, a 77-year-old retired police captain, was shot and killed after responding to an alarm at a pawnshop in St. Louis. He was protecting the area which had been struck by looting due to recent “protests” over the death of George Floyd. According to a witness, Dorn was shot outside of the store by someone stealing a flat-screen TV.
A GoFundMe For David Dorn’s family is available here: https://fundly.com/captain-david-dorn-memorial-fund
Mr. Dorn served 38 years in law enforcement before retirement in 2007. After retirement, he became police chief in a nearby community. He leaves behind five children and ten grandchildren. The aftermath of his death was unfortunately recorded live on Facebook. He was not rendered any aid and bled out on the sidewalk then died.
Off-Narrative Violence Goes Unnoticed
Mr. Dorn is not the only person to suffer as a result of nationwide “protests” that are allegedly about George Floyd. Patrick Underwood, a 53-year-old federal protective services officer was shot and killed during a “protest” in Oakland, California. A van pulled up and fired indiscriminately at officers protecting Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building, hitting Mr. Underwood.
Italia Kelly is another innocent victim of the riots disguised as protests. After leaving a protest when the crowd became hostile, she was shot and killed while sitting in her car. She was 22 years old. Many more innocent black people have been killed by other black people during these so-called “protests” than just George Floyd. All the while, everyone engaging in the protests allegedly believes that black lives matter. If black lives matter, then the actions of the protesters do not show it.
Peaceful Protesters Are The Same As Rioters
Peaceful “protesters” attempt to section themselves away from the violent looters. But in reality, there is no difference between them. If anyone is out in the street, days later, they are part of the problem. “Peaceful protesters” are simply bodies that add to the mass of people that police have to sort through. They also fuel the flames of chaos because anarchists have strength in numbers. Even if everyone isn’t necessarily on their side.
There is no room to become allies with destructive people. Talks of “solidarity” and “unity” are now meaningless. All of the rioters, all of the violent people, all of the hateful people, everyone with a chip on their shoulder engaging in “protests” are destructive people. And the longer that this hypocritical madness continues, the worse it will be for the American people. Especially for BLACK people who these “protesters” claim to love so much.
Retired St. Louis Police captain killed after responding to a pawnshop alarm during looting
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