This article is proof that black lives don’t matter to Black Lives Matter. People are sending THREATS to the BLACK police officer who shot an armed criminal who was also black.
If black lives really mattered, then people would care about the black cop. But since it’s a cop vs a thug, then it becomes Thug Lives Matter, which is really the agenda of BLM anyway.
Bizpac Review – A majority of posts gave the officer’s name as Dominique Heaggan, and some even included his home address. Multiple sources said Smith and Heaggan knew one another from the neighborhood, according to the Journal-Sentinel.
Police Chief Edward Flynn confirmed to the paper that he was aware of the threats — both against Heaggan and the department in general — and that the officer was staying out of town with relatives for the time being.
The citizens of Milwaukee are so stupid that they can’t even comprehend the concept of an armed criminal being shot by a cop is OK. It’s actually a thankful deed. It’s a good thing that the black cop protected himself and also protected the public from the criminal shooting off his gun.
Let’s be glad that Sylville Smith was shot dead before firing his gun. What if he missed and shot a kid by accident? How would people feel then?
Officer Dominique Heaggan-Brown is a good guy and shouldn’t have to deal with the nonsense from the idiots in Milwaukee. He shouldn’t have to move. He should receive a medal and thanks from the public for removing a nasty element out of their neighborhood.
Smith’s sister was ranting about burning white people’s things in the suburbs and claims that the officer and criminal knew each other in high school. First, you don’t promote violence and think that’s going to make anyone like you. People dislike her. I dislike her. Second, who cares if they knew each other in high school. Heaggan-Brown went the right way, Smith went the wrong way. Smith became a loser and pointed a gun at a cop and got himself shot.
That’s the unfortunate truth and people need to accept it.
Stop sending threats to the police officer. He did a great job. Leave the GOOD COP alone and buy the man a cup of coffee.