Police State USA: Run from Cops, They Will Shoot You; Comply with Cops, They Will Shoot You

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Someone called the cops in North Miami because they thought a man had a gun.

Turns out, an autistic man named Rinaldo (above right) who had wondered away from his group home was holding a white toy truck. A clearly visible white toy truck. His behavioral therapist, Charles Kinsey (above left), explained all of that to the police who showed up, guns drawn on him and his confused autistic patient.

Kinsey told the cops it was a toy, that the man had autism, that he was a behavioral therapist, that they were unarmed. He tried to get Rinaldo to lie down, but Rinaldo has autism, so he sat there on the ground rocking back and forth holding his toy truck instead.

Kinsey later explained what was running through his head during his mistaken encounter with police, “I was really more worried about him [his autistic patient Rinaldo] than myself because I’m looking at it like ‘as long as I’ve got my hands up, they’re not going to shoot me’… this is what I’m thinking… they’re not going to shoot me… Wow. Boy was I wrong.”

Wrong because even laying flat on the ground with both his empty hands up saying he was unarmed, even after he explained to police who he was (a behavioral therapist) and who the autistic man sitting on the ground near Kinsey’s feet rocking back and forth holding a toy truck was (his client), after all of that Miami police still shot Kinsey in the leg… for some reason.

What reason? That’s a really good question that everybody wants the answer to now.

The union representing the Miami police say it was “accidental” and that the officer meant to shoot the unarmed autistic man clearly holding a toy truck. Why? The officer thought — for some unexplained reason — the autistic guy sitting on the ground playing with the toy truck “posed a danger” to Kinsey… But he shot Kinsey instead. Who posed the bigger danger?

Guess it’s a good thing Kinsey didn’t “accidentally” die.

The officers then flipped Kinsey over onto his stomach and handcuffed him. He lay on the ground handcuffed and bleeding from a gunshot wound for 20 minutes until an ambulance showed up.

Somehow the police are claiming the incident, most of which was caught on tape except for the moment when Kinsey was shot, is being “portrayed poorly” in the media. The officer who shot Kinsey was put on administrative leave and released a short statement via text that said, “I took this job to save lives and help people. I did what I had to do in a split-second to accomplish that, and hate to hear others paint me as something I’m not.”

What’s that? A person with poor judgment who is a bad shot?

You know what this story proves?

If you run, police will shoot you. If you stay, lie down on the ground and put your (empty, weaponless) hands up, and comply with every single order the police give you because you are an innocent person who didn’t do anything wrong….

They will still shoot you.

All those people who say “I’m not doing anything wrong, so I have nothing to worry about” are dead wrong. We all have something to worry about in the American Police State.


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  • .44 Magnum

    This is so fuked up. I would trust the guy with the toy truck more than the retarded cop. If that cop gets to keep his job then I would support a protest. What a moron.

    • guest

      take away may be that ‘autistism’ can be treated…
      ‘full retard’ has no cure ….. well one but I won’t write it….

      • Bobby Bill

        cop. rope. tree.

    • rhondareichel

      This is happening far too often….are the trying to engineer race riots by allowing the police to do this?

  • Doyle Nibits

    All the worst police video’s never show the actual shooting. Why do they show everything ‘but’ the shooting? Black people have a violent nature, and have been chanting constantly they want to kill cops, so you can see why they’re edgy.

    • berrybestfarm

      Because we still expect police to serve and protect so no one thinks to film a cop just because…until shots are fires.

      • crazyfreddie


    • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

      Donut Nazi’s are in violation of their oaths taken due to unlawful enforcement of the UCC.

      What a foolish declaration … There are useful idiots of every color in the Marxists calling themselves BlackLivesMatter. I definitely wouldn’t want a trigger happy coward of your caliber playing police!

      • Doyle Nibits

        But we didn’t see what happened When it happened, troll.

        • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

          You have positively confirmed your ignorance … Maybe you’ll be the next target practice dummy for the Donut Nazi’s !?!?

          • crazyfreddie


        • Frank

          So explain to us why a cop used a high-powered rifle on an unarmed man and then says he was actually aiming at the autistic kid. The results speak for themselves, troll.

          • kiljoy616

            What worse he shot the Therapist with a bigger set of credential that the cop with a GED or that he was aiming not 50 feet from the Patient with a rifle and did not hit him but hit the other guy. The idiocy of this department keeps getting better and better. Popcorn time.

        • Razedbywolvs

          So what do you want.. a live stream of every black mans life so you can asses them all in real time?
          Some times they edit footage for a political reason some times there battery dies. The Internet giveth randomly and thats all the footage there is. http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=9f2_1469089605

          • Batteries last a lot longer in cameras that don’t have motors to move discs or tape, like all smartphones.

        • Just so everyone here can understand your psychopathology, how do you define “troll?”

      • We don’t need the standing armies.

        • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐
          • kiljoy616

            Good luck telling the .1% to do anything. Good luck indeed.

          • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

            Really the biggest problem is getting the 99.99% (the sheeple) to do what is within law.

            At either rate … In this instant satisfaction world of push button gurus I truly don’t expect them to find the desire to cut their unseen shackles of U.S. LLC bondage.

          • Most of the problem is the installed ignorance of the 99.9%, supplanted with the propaganda of the mainstream media, and now, social media.

          • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

            Absolutely correct.

            People have accepted the system of alleged “servants” with special privileges that only serve their corporate master(s).

          • “If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.” Samuel Adams

          • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

            Very poignant quote. Filed

            This is how I see this corrupted system in a meme.


          • Reminds me of Ben Carson and his quickly muted comments about supporting mandatory vaccinations for all adults.

          • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

            YIKES !

          • Did you miss them? I only heard them once or twice and his handlers told him to shut up about it, by which time he was off my list.

          • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

            I did miss them – Quite the antithesis of his public claims on Liberty and Freedom as he initially tried portraying himself in an effort to get people to look his way.

          • Not only did they take him off my republican nominee list, but also off my surgeon general prospect list.

          • That should be easy for anyone who undertands the third amendment and the distinction that they are unconstitutuonal standing armies.

          • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

            Damn right! … Sheriff Clarke makes far too many statements when in front of the camera declaring that they are “the army on the front lines” – this indicates the mind of a severly deluded individual who is no further in touch with the constitution than a flea on a dogs balls.

          • You might be interested in reading all of this:

            Seton Hall Constitutional L.J. 2001, 685

            by Roger Roots*


            Police work is often lionized by jurists and scholars who claim to employ “textualist” and “originalist” methods of constitutional interpretation. Yet professional police were unknown to the United States in 1789, and first appeared in America almost a half-century after the Constitution’s ratification. The Framers contemplated law enforcement as the duty of mostly private citizens, along with a few constables and sheriffs who could be called upon when necessary. This article marshals extensive historical and legal evidence to show that modern policing is in many ways inconsistent with the original intent of America’s founding documents. The author argues that the growth of modern policing has substantially empowered the state in a way the Framers would regard as abhorrent to their foremost principles.

            at groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/political_reading_room/conversations/messages/119 along with many other interesting things.

          • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

            Thanks very much for the info.

          • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

            WOW, that is amazing … I have only skimmed through a few paragraphs – this thing reads like a murder mystery kind of like reading the Creature From Jekyll Island.

            Great production!
            Thank you

          • It is a legal treatise. They read like that, but they are based on sound legal analysis and reasoning, which is why state supreme court libraries are frequently full of them.

          • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

            Outstanding information

          • It comes from the same mentality that it is fair and equitable to fund one’s department with asset forfeiture proceeds.

          • And replace them with the well-regulated militia that the writers of the Constitution reasserted in the Second Amendment, as the only civilian law and order we really needed, or need. The sheriff had a posse composed of militia members for when a dragnet was needed, and frequently only had to feed the prisoners in his jail until the circuit court judge came around to conduct the trial.
            You might want to read some of Lysander Spooner’s excellent writings about how our legal system operated before it got corrupted.

          • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

            This country’s “persons” requires drastic education on the “creator” and the “creature”.
            What would happen if large masses of people across the country stood together in rescinding their participation in this broken system – I’m would bet the powers that be would perceive it as a major threat and label those of the mind of change as terrorists?

            Thank you for the suggestion, I will locate those

    • Craig Watts

      They are edgy because they typically do not represent the smartest members of the heard. Kind of makes one wonder whether those who max the hiring test are determined to be “over qualified” and not hired.

      • Frank

        There is evidence that departments do not want to hire anyone with an IQ much over 100, that is, average. Above-average, more intelligent people might ask questions and take the time to actually analyze a situation before acting. It’s like the military where they train you to react without thinking. The lines between the cops and the military are becoming more blurred every day.

        • 100 was average before no child(ren) were left behind. 100 is the new 150.

    • rhondareichel

      which came first….the chicken or the egg?
      This is a set up….in a rational lawful country the cop would be prosecuted.
      Obama and Lynch are doing this on purpose…..why not do equal justice and prosecute this cop?

      • Doyle Nibits



    Solution; Put a bullet in the blue target.

    • Only if the blue target is about to do it to you, like he was Bob Marley.

  • Frank

    The cop that shot the dude needs to have his gun taken away, clear and simple. Uninformed, emotional outrage will be misguided any further than that, for now.

    “Melissa Dykes,” Please stop over-dramatizing, generalizing all police as wanton murderers, and fanning the flames of hate and distrust – it doesn’t do ANY good and is more harmful than informative. You are guilty of endangering lives, of police and citizens, by contributing to the spread of misinformation and hate propaganda.

    As a published Editorialist, I implore you to shun the attraction of profiting from fear by creating evil and a sense of futility and helplessness in readers. Otherwise, you’re no better than Al Sharpton or John Whitehead and their ilk that profit from keeping the populace agitated and distrustful of others – regardless of the truth.

    If you want to actually do something good; start providing more hard facts about police misconduct so that pressure can be brought to bear on police departments to clean up their ranks, increase transparency, and regain the confidence of the public – and leave your Hate-inducing spin out of it.

    • Sam Fox

      Frank there are a LOT of hard facts at Drug War Rant website. There look under Articles then Drug War Victims
      There have been a lot of innocent citizens killed at “OOOPS! We got the wrong address again!” drug raids by militarized cops. Not many years back a US Marine was killed in AZ by swat cops. No drugs were found & they kept paramedics back long enough that the former Marine died.
      That said, there is no excuse for killing cops. The recent murders of law enforcement people are in no way justifiable. NO WAY!!
      One thing that would help is if cops were held as responsible as citizens when the cops do a crime. The ‘thin blue line’ needs more people to speak up about police criminal behavior.
      Also police agencies MUST do better at being sure they have the right address when doing a raid. A little more surveillance & double checking their facts & info from informants would go a long way to cleaning up the black cloud forming against our police nation wide.
      Some of the anger at cops is justified, but NOT THE MURDERS!!!

      • rhondareichel

        I guess that’s why Trump is banging the drum on LAW AND ORDER….he should start with the police
        The sad fact is the good cops get slaughtered and these IDIOTS waltz away undaunted.
        I think psychological testing and IQ testing must not be done when hiring cops….obviously.

        • The good cops have no one to blame but themselves for not policing their own ranks and eliminating the scum.

    • crazyfreddie


    • Craig Watts

      No. The cop that shot him needs to be jailed… clear and simple.

    • TimWebb

      Hard fact No. 1.
      Police in the US murder 1000 Americans every year.

    • Unfortunately, the cops are a bunch of very sick individuals being fed and egged on by federal grant funding.

  • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

    This country as a whole in unison needs to rescind its participation in the unconstitutional UCC.
    Strip all law enforcement of their privileges of protection from prosecution, retroactively prosecute ALL Don’t Nazi’s which have harmed, maimed or murdered any unarmed or otherwise non violent police victims.

    This will go on and on with what appears to be largely public acceptance so long as no groups take the constitutional option already at their hands to disband federal and state government, these are the corporation’s that control their police – disband the government and the officers are null and void.

    • guest

      may I suggest some links so that more can understand what you mean when you mention UCC and USA,INC as well……

      I don’t see too many that have learned of the deception foisted upon us under Admiralty Law (UCC) or what the gold fringe on the ussa flag really designates the authority of Maritime law….

      thanks..oh and glad to find another awakened brother….cheers….

      • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

        Not many have looked beyond the confines of their cerebral “box” to actually see the LIE.
        Good point with the anchors, I have some anchors that point to documents regarding The Bankruptcy of Ɥɐʞᴉɹǝɯ∀ 1933 – the judges comments detail in great detail “who” stole our freedom, our gold and to this day controls all facets of our life.

        Those that control us views our continued silence of this unlawful system as overall acceptance.

        Good to hear of another such as yourself as well – Wake ɥɐʞᴉɹǝɯ∀ UP!

        • guest

          i read that book….as well…very good eye opener…and yes…so few want to be aware and out of their comfort zone…guess it will always be that way….cheers…!

          • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

            The Emperor must be revealed!

  • harry323

    This really makes me angry. Do these coward cops have any ability to read the scene? There were NO weapons visible. A MAN was trying to explain the situation. Sometimes you have to put your big boy pants on and trust people. COWARDS – COWARDS – COWARDS!

    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      Psychopathic cowards, no less. Paranoid schizophrenics with guns.

      I thought that the system was trying to take guns away from mentally ill people?

      • MorganThePirate

        Only from the ones who don’t work for the state.

    • guest

      we are witnessing the IDF training working its way into our LEO structure……
      the ussa is now ‘transforming’ into the new GAZA …


    Sue the shit out of them and spend the money to hire someone to pull a Tonya Harding type retaliation.

  • Broos

    Boff teh PIGS!

  • MorganThePirate

    I can understand cops being on edge with all that has happened recently but that does not excuse “shoot first and ask no questions” behavior. Could be that this was an accidental discharge and they’re trying to cover it up. More likely, the cop was just itching to drop the hammer on someone and figured this was a good opportunity but his aim sucked. The feds need to look into this one for violation of civil rights.

  • mpow66m

    word is he was aiming for the autistic child.why he felt he had cause to fire on him is beyond me.

    • TimWebb

      His immediate thought would have been “White Toyota truck – ISIS – shoot. “

  • ExecutorOffice

    Attorneys love it, encourage it, and profit from it. All involved on the pretend gov’ts side are S’sOS.

  • how did we get here…oh yeah…

  • 1in7billion

    Notice how the valiant Blue Knight was more concerned about his public image being tarnished by the media–“unfairly,” of course–than about his reckless endangerment of two innocent civilians.

    If a trained police officer can’t distinguish between a white toy truck and a gun; can’t rationally determine that neither of these individuals posed any kind of threat to anyone; can’t explain why he needlessly shot at (but missed) an autistic man who’d done nothing to warrant a deadly force response from the officer; and can’t justify why he handcuffed the man he shot and allowed him to bleed for 20 minutes until the ambulance arrived, then that officer deserves all the bad press and public criticism he’s been getting.

    In fact, that officer is a menace, and has no business whatsoever patrolling the streets again. He needs to be terminated and brought up on reckless endangerment charges.

  • kiljoy616

    Someone called the cops in North Miami because they thought a man had a gun.

    I think the title should be, “Some sheeple trolled the police that there was a gun in play” that would be a better tittle for what really happen.

  • tarheel

    Cops are people and yes they screw up. However in this case I believe 99% of most cops would have handled this way differently and there would have been a much better outcome. Why would anybody lie about being behavioral therapist? The deptment needs to recognize this guy screwed up,admit it, and fire him. He has no business being a cop.

  • crazyfreddie


  • omni

    okay-you have ONE, I repeat ONE shooting that looks bad. Against how many people have the police saved by taking thugs and felons off the streets before they can prey on law abiding citizens? The author of this article should be ashamed of herself, If she even has a sense of shame/humility.

    • doodaa

      If the “officer” is so dam scared, or ignorant, to assess the situation after a conversation with an obviously coherent man, then I would rather see the “officer” under the care of a therapist. There is something way wrong with this scenario. Fire the dumb SOB and file Federal charges against him so that he may NEVER have a gun again. What a dumb ass.

      • omni

        what are you ranting about? I said this may be a tragic incident of misuse of force. My point is that the media takes cheap shots at the police while ignoring the very much larger picture-that for the great majority of police work, people’s livers are saved or protected from the worst elements of our society-be they white Spanish black-or Asian or Indian.
        And since you brought up being scared-with BLAK people saying the HATE white people and want to kill WHITE people and cops-perhaps a little fear is to be expected.

        • doodaa

          I didn’t say a thing about “BLAK people”. I was pointing out the fact that the shooter has no business being a cop. Since you insist on bring race into it: He/she/person/black/white/asian/persian obviously does not possess the mentality to handle such a stressful job and needs a career change. IMMEDIATELY.

    • berrybestfarm

      I can not name one single person I know who was “saved” by a police officer. I know one who was helped changing a flat tire and a couple who took reports after the fact which did lead to recovery of some property.

      • omni

        of course not-the media does not bother with those. But, if you have a problem with the police-if you , or your family are in need of assistance-call a crackhead, not the police. Have a great day.

  • TimWebb

    US police are trained, and indoctrinated, by Israelis.
    Had this event occurred there; both men would have been dead, and the murderer highly commended for ridding the world of yet another pair of goyim.

  • TimWebb

    uniformed officer?

  • This country is really fu*cked up!

  • rhondareichel

    Cop said he missed and hit the wrong guy….should this idiot still wear a gun and a badge?

    Sorry but there is no basis for anyone being shot…and the stupid cop still tries to justify his action. Let’s just see what happens to this idiot cop. This is the crapola that is starting riots. Happy now?

    All because some idiot called the cops that he had a gun (not a white toy truck that was clearly visible)…..what kind of idiot would call just because someone had a gun in public anyway? So what? If they aren’t shooting it what’s the big deal? They also should prosecute this caller for lying. NO WAY a white toy truck looks like a gun so what was this cop’s excuse.

    TRIGGER HAPPY MUCH? This is out of control. Prosecution is the only answer. If they fail to prosecute this cop the police chief and mayor ought to step down.

  • rhondareichel

    There are FAR TOO MANY rotten apples….even 1 is too many. What astounds me is they don’t even lose their jobs after this kind of idiocy

  • rhondareichel

    First thing dispatch should ask is were ANY SHOTS FIRED….if not the police should not be so paranoid to come in with guns blazing.

  • Jibbs

    fucking pussy cops scared to fucking death. They should never pull that fucking gun till they know someone else is shooting and not until.
    Its time these fucking pos pay for their bad behavior and actions

  • USPatriotOne

    And people wonder why no one trust the Cops! This stuff happens more than the Lame Stream Media admits..!!! I respect the Cops but when they go off the reservation they are nothing more than Terrorist and they no it…!!! I no good Cops and they tell me that many of the New Cops are nothing more than Thugs..!!! God help us, Please!