The Portland Thread

#79
Those selected are:
--Yolanda Clay, who is on the leadership development program of the REACH affordable housing community.
--Lakayna Drury, a high school social studies teacher at Rosemary Anderson High School who directed a group called "Word is Bond,'' which started to address the shootings of unarmed black men by police by drawing local leaders and police together.
--LaKeesha Dumas, a community health care worker and peer support specialist who works for Multnomah County's mental health and addiction services division.
--Robert Dye, senior general manager of Lloyd Center.
--Sharon Gary-Smith, a retired former executive of the McKenzie River Gathering Foundation and served as director of special projects for Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare for nearly two years. She also was a director of self-help programs for the National Black Women's Health Project.
--Aden Hassan, a dialysis technician at Fresenius Medical Care North America.
--Andrew Kalloch, a former ACLU attorney in New York and a former deputy policy director for the New York City controller who now does public policy work for Airbnb.
--Michelle Lang, associate director of campus ministries for Warner Pacific College.
--Patrick Nolen, a former community organizer for Sisters of the Road; also was on the board of directors for Empowerment Initiatives.
--Sam Sachs, a former Portland park ranger and former Portland human rights commissioner who chaired the group's community police and relations committee; now hosts a monthly "Breaking Bread'' dinner for community members and police and founded a group called the "No Hate Zone.''
--Zachary Thornhill, a Multnomah County social worker who serves as a pre-commitment investigator. He previously worked as a behavioral health therapist for Legacy Health.
-- Two high-school aged youths, Kalongji Williams and Sebastian Chevalier.
 

BIV

I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.
#80
Those selected are:
--Yolanda Clay, who is on the leadership development program of the REACH affordable housing community.
--Lakayna Drury, a high school social studies teacher at Rosemary Anderson High School who directed a group called "Word is Bond,'' which started to address the shootings of unarmed black men by police by drawing local leaders and police together.
--LaKeesha Dumas, a community health care worker and peer support specialist who works for Multnomah County's mental health and addiction services division.
--Robert Dye, senior general manager of Lloyd Center.
--Sharon Gary-Smith, a retired former executive of the McKenzie River Gathering Foundation and served as director of special projects for Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare for nearly two years. She also was a director of self-help programs for the National Black Women's Health Project.
--Aden Hassan, a dialysis technician at Fresenius Medical Care North America.
--Andrew Kalloch, a former ACLU attorney in New York and a former deputy policy director for the New York City controller who now does public policy work for Airbnb.
--Michelle Lang, associate director of campus ministries for Warner Pacific College.
--Patrick Nolen, a former community organizer for Sisters of the Road; also was on the board of directors for Empowerment Initiatives.
--Sam Sachs, a former Portland park ranger and former Portland human rights commissioner who chaired the group's community police and relations committee; now hosts a monthly "Breaking Bread'' dinner for community members and police and founded a group called the "No Hate Zone.''
--Zachary Thornhill, a Multnomah County social worker who serves as a pre-commitment investigator. He previously worked as a behavioral health therapist for Legacy Health.
-- Two high-school aged youths, Kalongji Williams and Sebastian Chevalier.
It's like they were listing examples of who should not be allowed anywhere near this.
 
#81
Yolanda "Hmm Hmm" Clay



Lakayna "Guess Which One" Drury



LaKeesha "You Gonna Eat Dat" Dumas

And so on... so an all bleck commitee formed for community-engaged policing...

2010 census population (rank): 583,776 (29); White: 444,216 (76.1%); Black: 36,695 (6.3%); American Indian and Alaska Native: 5,991 (1.0%); Asian: 41,692 (7.1%); Other race: 24,793 (4.2%); Two or more races: 27,280 (4.7%); Hispanic/Latino: 54,840 (9.4%).
 

Floyd1977

Registered User
#85
It’s over, the States really just have to split at this point. Let them abolish courts and due process and leave “justice” to mobs. If they can’t accept a court of law decision, what should the standard be then?
 

BIV

I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.
#86
Lulz, Portland


 

BIV

I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.
#87
Wow, some actual sanity out of Oregon


 

THE FEZ MAN

as a matter of fact i dont have 5$
#94
I'd be in jail for mass murder. There's no way I could live among that cuntery and not end up slaughtering those fucking piles of garbage.
Yep, I would have absolutely plowed them over and done the world a favor
 

THE FEZ MAN

as a matter of fact i dont have 5$
#96
Ok, I just read the back story on this, what I find baffling (once again) is that they want to blame the police, why are they not blaming the friend or the other people who were engaged in the altercation? It’s not the cops fault that they saw a gun during a street fight and when the gun holder did not comply they shot him....
 
#97
Ok, I just read the back story on this, what I find baffling (once again) is that they want to blame the police, why are they not blaming the friend or the other people who were engaged in the altercation? It’s not the cops fault that they saw a gun during a street fight and when the gun holder did not comply they shot him....
Hello exactly... that and dropping your gun is one thing but trying to retrieve it during a fight with cops present isn't the brightest thing to do... as do the cops know your intent?

Also that ain't no belt holster...



Looks like an IWB one but clipped to a pocket... so the only thing retaining it is the holster and not the holster and flab in my case.
 
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THE FEZ MAN

as a matter of fact i dont have 5$
#98
Hello exactly... that and dropping your gun is one thing but trying to retrieve it during a fight with cops present isn't the brightest thing to do... as do the cops know your intent?

Also that ain't no belt holster...



Looks like an IWB one but clipped to a pocket... so the only thing retaining it is the holster and not the holster and flab in my case.
Why do they insist on ignoring facts?
 
#99
Why do they insist on ignoring facts?
Ya I just found it odd they said his gun actually fell out of a holster... like every holster I own even the ones without a thumb break have some sort of retention built into the holster. Like I have actually tried what dude did... came home took my gun holster off... then went upstairs and clipped the holster inside a pocket so I could have my hands free and guess what it was flipping around all over the place. So basically he was using it wrong.

Oh well... I'm sure the fambly will get a payday in any case.
 

KRSOne

Registered User
This is the main reason the left demonizes the police. Their solution is DC control of all police forces so they will all be like Berkley and Portland forces. The dems want police to only be there to collect taxes, protect the states monopoly on force (gun control), and ignore the destruction of private property and violent leftist doing bodily harm.
 
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