As, one by one or in small family groups, the people of Munich come to lay flowers, place notes or light candles, the main sentiment most mourners strained to convey is the hope this bad attack will not change their city. In an interview with The Guardian , Dr. Peter Langman, the author of the book , said the shooter appeared to have fit a pattern of other mass murderers who researched shootings.
The Portland Police Chief Michael Sauschuck was fast to comment the protests. The worst part of it all: the rally was protected by at least one Black police officer . And I would never go to a breast cancer rally and yell out "colon cancer matters.' We know the way Blackness functions in this country is unique and we have to deal with that trauma in a different way".
Two rank-and-file policemen were the first to regain their freedom shortly afterwards. Sefilyan - the leader of small opposition group named the New Armenia Public Salvation Front - and six of his supporters were arrested in June after authorities said they were preparing to seize government buildings and telecoms facilities in Yerevan .
Video of the arrest was first obtained by local media outlets KVUE and the Austin American-Statesman, which posted the video Thursday. Later, on the way to the police station, King asked another officer, Patrick Spradlin , about relations between police officers and the black community.
He talked about individual freedom and the rights of the states. I believe it was a calculated move to showcase and solidify Trump's position as a political outsider and to attract independents and many Americans on the other side of the aisle who are exhausted of politics as usual and the establishments within both parties.
According to Roe, it happened at about 6:30 p.m. - just over three hours before Cruz was scheduled to take the stage. Knowing that the country isn't as conservative as the Republican Party's most ardent supporters in the Quicken Loans Arena, Trump - half candidate, half showman - will likely be tempted to hype up the crowd at the risk of alienating the millions of mainstream Americans watching on television.