I like my XBOX with 120gb Hard drive. Can't beat $2 for games.Wasuri said:Thats why I have a 360 and Wii. Don't need someone gankin my stuff and sure as heck don't need all the drama that comes with the ps3.
Wii60 FTW (wii+360=ultimate system for the non-gamer savvy people)
In one of the many articles I saw that he did not come to the door and when the police served the warrant and entered the place that the kid/kids stayed , they pulled something suspicious from their jacket or shirt. Some site says it was a controller, some say it was something else. Either way the police officer who did shoot was only protecting himself.MarkWilliamson said:Technically, he isn't a thief, but a robber. He took the thing from the person of the other by force or intimidation.
And I don't know why he got shot. Obviously he did something wrong when the cops came to serve the warrant. He was not shot because he stole a PS3. He was shot because he did something wrong at the time of his arrest for taking the PS3.
The militarization and brutality of the police force is thanks to the never-ending war on drugs. Prohibition didn't work in the 20's, and it doesn't work in the 21st century.andrey320 said:On a similar note, there have been a lot of people killed lately in no knock raids with non-uniformed police / SWAT. This is really scary. If you have a gun at your home, to protect yourself, would you not act if someone broke down your door?
Police don't just knock down your door with guns blazing. They have to tell people that they are coming in.andrey320 said:I read sheriff say in some article, "...if the kid did not have the controller in his hand, we would not be talking right now...."
On a similar note, there have been a lot of people killed lately in no knock raids with non-uniformed police / SWAT. This is really scary. If you have a gun at your home, to protect yourself, would you not act if someone broke down your door?