April 17, 2015
St. Louis Metro Police Chief Sam “Snowflake” Dotson. He’s no hack – he’s a special snowflake .
St. Louis Metro Police Chief Sam Dotson has a message to the law-abiding good guys of St. Louis following three shootings in his city that have left six people perforated: Leave your guns at home.
That’s right. Sam “Snowflake” Dotson – as in “Special Snowflake Syndrome ” – made the comment to local reporters – noting that the department has a network of 400 cameras throughout the city with which to identify criminals.
“Leave it (guns) at home,” Dotson said. “Don’t give criminals more guns because we already know they are using them.”
He also says police will have access to 400 cameras throughout the city to catch criminals. Police will have access to this information from the new Real Time Crime Center .
No word on how many suspects in the three shootings have been nabbed thanks to that vaunted Real Time Crime Center.
This is the same police chief who tied his officers’ hands and
sat back to let troublemakers in Ferguson run wild for weeks, looting and destroying businesses and victimizing homeowners after the Michael Brown incident and again after the announcement clearing Officer Darren Wilson of wrongdoing.
Those same rampaging trouble-makers were stopped in a day or two by less than two dozen volunteer Oath Keepers standing on rooftops with their police patrol-type rifles and a willingness to use deadly force to protect innocent life.
Hey, Chief Dotson. Here’s an idea: Why don’t you leave your gun at home and let real men and women carry the means with which to defend and protect themselves from violent criminal predators.
Quit looking out for the best interests of America’s criminal culture and look out for the law-abiding instead of making them easy pickings.
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