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Sedalia community protests following death of unarmed womanHannah Fizer, 25, was shot and killed by a Pettis County sheriff's deputy during a traffic stop on Saturday night. The sheriff's office said she threatened to shoot the deputy, but now investigators say there wasn't a weapon in her car.
Hannah Fizer, 25, was shot and killed by a Pettis County sheriff's deputy during a traffic stop on Saturday night. The sheriff's office said she threatened to shoot the deputy, but now investigators say there wasn't a weapon in her car.
It’s beginning to look a lot like murder......
Don't have to have a gun to threaten to kill someone. Actions, verbal replies and past actions may or may have presented a threat to kill depending on that night and perhaps many others.
License to kill?There's something very rotten in the whole police structure.That's why the DEFUND people may actually be right.Police forces gave too many defective, dangerous personalities.
The Federal Justice Department and FBI should investigate every single police killing.The wave of police murders is undermining civil order nationwide.
The woman’s father, John Fizer, who conceded his daughter, ‘was not a perfect angel by any means.Hannah Fizer pleaded guilty in April to possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana, a misdemeanor. And she pleaded guilty in March to misdemeanor driving while intoxicated.Any bets she knew she was fucked and went nuts on the officer? I say she was fucked up again on something.
Never tell a cop you're going to shoot him and then reach for something.
killed for a traffic violation.sleeping in a car.trying to pass a counterfeit $20........not right, imho.
^^^^^@ 8:41 you are not telling the whole story. No one was killed for sleeping in a car that's a lie.No one was killed for passing a $20.00 bill that's a lie.There waaaay more to the story than that.
^^^^^^^They weren't killed because of the violation. They were shot because of their behavior toward the police.
Holy cow, that wave of police murders is a major concern! They've killed so many black men in our town that we're headed for a record!Oh, wait. Sorry. That's blacks.
6:24, you have nothing to back that up other than your imagination.
Sleeping in a car while drunk and also out on parole due to covid while reaching for a cops weapon...awww boo hoo
none of these killings related to capital crimes nor even very serious crimes.if no police intervention had occurred, it would have been like trees falling in a forest with nobody listening; i.e., no sound heard. the world would have gone on in the same state as before.regular people who generally support the police have now been shocked to learn that people are bring killed for no good reason.so a majority of regular people now support changing policing.
The trial lawyers knowledgeable about these types of cases will be having a field day.What is the tax base of Sedalia?
I hope Floyd's family get a billion, which is what would get attention in Minneapolis.
If you think that the cops in Sedalia will take any responsibility for this or that any Commission or jury would find them guilty, then you do not know Mid-Missouri police departments.
^^^^^^Winner Winner Chicken Dinner
121, you're right, and that's why the Justice Dept. and FBI need to be brought in.
The FBI is the most institutionally corrupt law enforcement agency in the nation. It should have an oversight function for any other law enforcement agencies in the nation unless it can get its own house in order, something it has failed to do for many years.
i support the police but it seems like they are pepper spraying and tazering and kicking ass of more women nowadays, and in this case, shooting and killing them even. which I cannot support.
ignorant comment at 8:20. so if the government killed you without due process, and later said a bunch of bad shit about you when you weren't around to defend yourself, I guess it would be fine with you.
driving recklessly, being a bad girl, mouthing off to the police, these are not capital crimes.they're not overtly violent.the poor woman was killed. that's not justice nor justifiable.
what do you think about the comments of the police chief in the interview?
She had a job, folks, which says a lot these days.
If the policeman felt threatened, why didn't he back off and call for reinforcements?Something about the scenario doesn't add up.
Never unleash your threatening mud shark mouth on a man with a gun. Never bring empty threats to a gun fight. “ yes sir officer” may have been a better approach.
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