Hampden County District Attorney Anthony Gulluni held a press conference today to announce what everyone else knew a week ago – Springfield Police Officer Arjel Falcon was entirely justified in shooting and killing Orlando Taylor after getting stabbed in the face by him.
Coke dealing pastor Charles "Heavy" Stokes has been calling the killing of Orlando Taylor by Springfield Police a "murder." Here's the body cam video of him stabbing a cop in the face before officially fucking around and finding out. https://t.co/FrTNNIkXgi pic.twitter.com/ab2wA5BvS2
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Most justified shooting ever. They were responding to a call of someone else getting stabbed and this waste of space was holding a knife.
He’s 50 yards from his Grandma’s house and stabs Officer Falcon multiple times in the face.
He runs past his Grandma’s house instead of going inside, then turns around and starts running at the police as they urge him to put down the weapon and stop. Grandma does nothing to try to stop him.
Grandma lied the other day at her press conference with the coke dealing felon/pastor Charles “Heavy” Stokes.
8:46:33 (AF1) – Earlene Taylor leaves her yard and approaches her grandson. “That’s my grandson!” she shouts. Falcon replies, “Yeah, he stabbed me in the neck.” (Prior to the release of the video, Taylor said several times in interviews that Falcon said he had been stabbed in the neck and then opened fire.)
She made it seem like Falcon shot him because he was pissed about being stabbed. But he didn’t tell the grandmother this until after he shot Taylor. Huge difference.
She also tried to tell them how they could’ve shot her violent criminal felon of a grandson in the legs.
Initially pleading with officers, Earlene Taylor became increasingly angry and overwrought as the minutes ticked by, the video footage shows.
Your kid is dead because of you. You are a horrible mother, and an even worse grandmother. His father was murdered because you failed to protect him from thug life. Then you did the same with Orlando. I knew you were a horrible grandmother the second you chose to be publicly represented by a coke dealing felon who sent an innocent black man to prison for 27 years, with a paper mache background.
Look at Orlando’s Facebook posts growing up:
If the human being you’re raising speaks like that on social media then you have completely failed as a guardian. If they’re constantly getting suspended from school and then go out and get fresh Nikes, then you have failed as a guardian. Orlando Taylor was raised with no values, and he was told to hate and distrust the police. He was never held accountable for his behavior, which is why he grew up to be a man who thought it was acceptable to stab police officers and complete strangers walking on the sidewalk:
The man with a slight limp heard footsteps crunching in the snow behind him as he made his way home through a Liberty Heights neighborhood on a raw, drizzly Sunday morning. He stopped to let the second man pass, always self-conscious about holding people up, he told police on Jan. 9.
“You straight?” the stranger asked, before he suddenly spun around and jabbed a knife three times at the collarbone of the man who had just paid him a kindness. The blade didn’t penetrate the man’s heavy wool coat. He managed to get away and dialed 911.
That’s the kind of worthless maggot Earlene Taylor raised. So it’s not at all surprising that she would blame police for not “shooting him in the leg,” which probably would’ve ended with her getting shot by a stray bullet. You don’t shoot people in their legs because legs are skinny and they move. Your grandson would be alive if he didn’t stab a complete stranger, then stab a cop, then lunge at that same cop again. You made excuses for him instead of disciplining him, and now he’s dead. Now you’ve outlived both your son and grandson. Bow your head in shame.
Grandma isn’t the only person who completely failed Orlando Taylor. Democratic politicians like City Councillor Justin Hurst did too. Here’s a press release he issued before released of the body camera footage:
“One thine we all just ask ourselves is what more could we have done to save the life of Orlando Taylor, which was the question that his mother asked of herself at the end of the press conference. “
There is nothing WE could’ve done. Orlando Taylor was a grownup who made a grownup choice that almost certainly would result in death.
But there was plenty his mother could’ve done. Raising him with values would be a good start. Liberals love to pretend that it’s the community’s job to raise children, but it’s not. It’s the parent’s job, and we need to start holding horrible parents like this accountable. Ethan Crumbly’s parents were a good start, now it’s time to hold people like this responsible too.
Orlando Taylor isn’t dead because we didn’t “address inequities.” He’s dead in spite of that. The only inequities are a gap in morals and values between families. Politicians like Justin Hurst couldn’t possibly care less about dead black people. They need black people to die a lot and live in poverty so that they can have something to run on by promising to fix “inequities.” But they never address the root causes of this because doing so would make it impossible for them to run on false promises.
P.S. Remember when BLM wanted cops to get body cams? How’s that working out for you?
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