Bill O’Reilly, you are not Judge and Jury
O’Reilly, you said you weren’t “going to try the McKinney case on TV”, then you throw in your opinion that the officer should not have drawn his gun, accusing him of improper action.
You don’t know what happened before Ofc. Casebolt drew his gun, yet you throw your opinion in anyway.
You said “The McKinney officer was not in any danger and neither were civilians. He simply overreacted making this an international story.”
If that wasn’t bad enough, then you decide to run the whole story on whether or not the officer should’ve drawn is gun!
Fortunately you had Jonathan Gilliam, A former law-enforcement officer to set you straight. He said “I can’t judge him because I don’t know what threat he was feeling. What’s important to realize is that this officer, when he drew his weapon, he had it at the ready, he didn’t go pointing it and everybody.”
Bill O’Reilly, stop judging cases when you see a video clip from a phone. You have no right, and you’re disrespecting people when you accuse them of committing crimes Without the complete story.
United we stand ~ Divided they die
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