I do not know much about a poor black man who spent his days and nights on the streets of Los Angeles. Fellow homeless called him, “Africa” which means he was probably and African American. He spent his nights sleeping on the street in a tent, and according to laws of Los Angeles, you could spend the night sleeping in a tent, but came day light it had to be removed. Four members of the Los Angeles police department approached the man, and at this point the tale becomes murky. Police insist that four men could not handle a homeless guy, who most probably was not in the best physical shape. A struggle ensued, police claim the ONE MAN was able to handle the FOUR POLICEMEN, and the end result is that the FOUR POLICEMEN felt their lives were at stake. You know the end of this tale. A cop shouted, “drop the gun.” He was shot and Africa is now dead.
These tales lead to one conclusion. Modern members of police department apparently lack the physical ability to handle a homeless man. They must shoot such people in order to remain alive. One wonders exactly how do these policemen get trained. How about some Karate training. Oh, the police commissioner has promised “we will find out what happened.” I believe that an unarmed poor man is dead. Nothing else happened.