Napacat wrote: "For Mr. Garner, doesn't seem as cut and dry to me. They tried to cooperate with him for 30+ minutes prior to him being placed in a choke hold. Now, it can be debated whether any of that was necessary for selling individual cigarette."
Whoa! It can be debated whether choking a person to death for selling cigarettes was necessary? No, it really cannot be debated, sir.
A day or two ago, you supported the President's call to use the US Army in this current protest situation. I asked you "What would you have the army do?" You did not respond to that question. General Mattis, General Kelly and others have now responded calling the President's suggestion inappropriate and unconstitutional. Senator Romney, Senator Murkowski have joined.
So, Napacat, do you stand with the President or with Mattis, Kelly, Romney, and Murkowski on the use of the military.
You are an attorney, so specifics of words matter. I did not intend to imply that chocking him to DEATH was debatable...putting him into a chokehold in general is what I meant. So far, that situation looks to be to be different than the events surrounding Mr. Floyd.
As for the military, if the situations were to get any worse or more amplified, I would not have a problem with first the national guard restoring order and if it took anything further...would not have a problem with that.