So somebody in the North Miami connected to and representing their police department thinks I’m stupid. I don’t know who that person might be. However, they must really really really think I’m a fool.

Yep, according to reports, they’re trying to convince me – and everyone paying attention – that, the police didn’t really intend to shoot Charles Kinsey. C’mon, y’all – when have you ever known the police to accidentally shoot a black person? Er, the answer is never. Seriously, the police aren’t interested in wasting precious ammunition that way.

Charles Kinsey
Charles Kinsey

Officer Jonathan Aledda has been identified as the cop who shot Charles Kinsey. Aleda fired three shots at Kinsey, with one shot striking him once in the leg. Again, I’m pretty sure that a cop firing three shots n the vicinity of anyone black is no accident. If anything, they would have emptied the clip.

They won’t accidentally shoot a black person. No, given that they’re almost always justified when they shoot black people. It’s hard to imagine that the police would actually admit to ever doing any wrong, like, ever.

Not even when yo handcuff them after shooting them accidentally.

But no, today they’re saying that they never intended to shoot a black man. Instead, the intended target was an autistic man armed with a toy truck.

Of course, shooting an autistic man armed with a toy truck might sound absurd. But hey, if a 12-year-old boy can be shot for playing with a toy gun on a playground. Shooting a 23-year-old autistic man with a toy truck in the streets makes perfect sense. Y’know, because toys can be dangerous.

Well, maybe not as dangerous as a black man lying on his back with his hands in the air. But at any rate,I hope you get the point. That would be, that people armed with toys are dangerous. Yes, they’re quite the threat.

“I took this job to save lives and help people,” the officer said in a statement released by the police union. “I did what I had to do in a split second to accomplish that and hate to hear others paint me as something I’m not.”

This perfectly explains the released statement of the officer who “accidentally” shot Charles Kinsey. When I first read it, personally, it sounded like he didn’t give a damn that he shot a black man. Which, I’m sure he doesn’t. And yes, I believe he intended to shoot Charles Kinsey. Where he screwed up, in my opinion, is not in killing him. Had he done that, there’d be no need for an absurd explanation. Yes, and Charles Kinsey would be just another hashtag to add to the long list of hurt and pain in black America.

Thankfully, Charles Kinsey and the autistic man whom he professionally cared for , are still alive. One has to wonder what would have been the explanation for the shooting if there was no camera around.

Of course, we’ve seen this before, so, I’m sure you know the answer.

Hell, at this rate, Charles Kinsey is lucky they didn’t come to his house and shoot him n his sleep. You know, because if you’re black, you’re not allowed to have dreams. Yep, I think it’s written into the U.S. Constitution.

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  • OHIO MOM

    Two additional points:

    Mr. Soto, the autistic man, was deeply traumatized by this event and had to be admitted to a psychiatric hospital. I’ll note that is a complete myth that people with autism are without feelings and empathy, and also that as a result of his disability, Mr. Soto is extremely hampered in coping and healing from this trauma.

    It is well known by those of us in the disability community that police are apt to shoot us, their operating assumption being that we are dangerous. Indeed, that is why Mr. Kinsey was so afraid for Mr. Soto.

    But this story shows, given the choice between judging the person with a disability as more “dangerous”/disposable, or the Black man… That is point nervous two.