We were recently told in this paper by a group in this community that “black lives matter.”
My response to them is that “all lives matter” to especially include those in law enforcement, the vast majority of which are outstanding individuals doing a thankless job in putting their lives on the line for us to prevent anarchy that results when the rule of just law is trashed, which is exactly what happened in Ferguson Mo., just law which, sadly, was encouraged to be trashed by race baiters at the highest level of our government whose modus operandi is to encourage anarchy for the sake of their political survival, which has been the modus operandi of despots from time immemorial.
I can guarantee you that the life of my son who is a Kentucky state trooper matters to his family and friends.
The overwhelming evidence both physical and from eyewitnesses to include blacks suppliedto the grand jury, which in the opinion of all those still capable of rational thought, never should have been convened in the first place but was because of the unconscionable inflammatory rhetoric of the Obama administration which never lets a contrived crisis go to waste, undeniably proved that the account of the Ferguson police officer was correct, i.e., he had a right to defend himself.
What are our police supposed to do, nothing in the face of crimes being committed to include attacks upon their person when trying to prevent those crimes? The sane answer is a resounding no!
Gary L. Morella