Pubdate: Thu, 31 Dec 2009
Source: Toccoa Record, The (GA)
Copyright: 2009 The Toccoa Record
Author: Stan Turpin


Reverend Ayers is gone. I'm sure he didn't consider his God-called
profession hazardous.

He did nothing that day that should have ended his

Neither did the 92-year old lady who was killed by drug enforcement
agents in Atlanta. Attempts where made to cover up that murder, but
the people of Atlanta would not let that happen. That will not happen

Let's rewrite history and see what would have happened if Reverend
Ayers would have returned fire when he was attacked.

Pretend he killed one or both of his attackers. We would have watched
3 days of TV coverage about the slain officers and the preacher who
gunned them down.

Gone to two funerals covered on the 6 and 11 o'clock news; with
bagpipes playing and flags flying at half mast.

Told which banks were accepting money for the families of the slain
officers and finally, their names would be carved on a wall someplace.
Did any of that happen for Reverend Ayers?

When two police officers can attack an unarmed man who has done
nothing wrong, shoot and kill him when he tries to escape the gunfire;
is there not something wrong here?

Upper management of law enforcement and the Stephens County Grand Jury
are a joke. I don't see how any of you can stand to look at yourself
in a mirror.

Does anyone have an Ingram or an Uzi to trade for a Glock? No, I don't
blame you. These guys are back on the street.

Stan Turpin

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