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After "marinating" on this for a bit...

...and reading all the posts, I'll leave you with one question. How do we achieve "justice" when EVERYONE involved is guilty? (of something).

Jacob Blake was no "angel"--everyone conveniently forgets that--"Blake had a warrant for his arrest from July, based on charges of third-degree sexual assault, trespassing, and disorderly conduct in connection with domestic abuse." Cops come on the scene like an episode of "The A-Team". "Peaceful" protesters--aka arsonists and looters--cause millions of dollars in damage to public and private property/businesses. Both sides (protesters and counter-protesters) are armed--people get threatened, harmed, and/or killed.

Then we embark on a trial--with an over-zealous prosecutor trying to get his name in the papers, and a clearly biased judge. Let's not forget the "distraught mother" who thought it was OK for her 17 year-old son to buy an assault rifle and then travel to Kenosha to participate in this train-wreck. What could possibly go wrong?

Rittenhouse walked--right or wrong?--does it even really matter? He's far removed from the "cause" of all of this--an accused criminal with outstanding warrants resisting arrest (again).

"So I talk to the night, I head for the light, try and hold it on the road. Thank God for the man who put
the white lines on the highway"--a very dear friend for decades Michael Stanley (Gee)--RIP

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