Take a knee for Officer Dorn, killed by BLM rioters

Some Black lives matter

Blaska Policy Werkes recommends that the smashers and grabbers boarding up Madison with plywood be sentenced to watch the widow of retired police officer David Dorn a Black man) talk about his shooting death during the riots in St. Louis on 06-02-2020. Four active-duty police officers were also shot that day.

Mr. Dorn’s death was apparently live-streamed on Facebook but later taken down. Ann Dorn said her husband’s grandson was “watching the video on Facebook in real time, not realizing he was watching his own grandfather dying on the sidewalk

“How did we get to this point where so many young people are so callous and indifferent towards human life?” Ann Dorn asks. “This isn’t a video game where you can commit mayhem and then hit “reset” and bring all the characters back to life.

“David is never coming back. He was murdered by people who didn’t know, and didn’t care, that he would have done anything to help them.”

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Madison WI
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3 Responses to Take a knee for Officer Dorn, killed by BLM rioters

  1. Gary Kriewald says:

    “How did we get to this point where so many young people are so callous and indifferent toward human life?” One factor is certainly the leftist brainwashing they get in college (and more and more often in high school and even before that). The fanatical bilge their professsors and teachers indoctrinate them with teaches that individual human life is insignificant compared to vague (and usually made-up) concepts like social justice, the heroic struggle against systemic racism, the heterohormative patriarchy, etc. Killing someone like Mr. Dorn is the perfect way to demonstrate your devotion to the “cause.”

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  2. jimydandy says:

    A hero’s life, taken by cowards.

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  3. Bill says:

    I’m sad that such a good man was taken from us. I’m even sadder that those who took his life did so without regard for who he was or what he did to help others.

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