Black Lives Matter… Unless You’re a Black Hero Cop Shot Dead By Criminals

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Black Lives Matter…
Unless they’re black cops or black conservatives.

A black Philly cop was shot dead this weekend in a fierce battle with criminals in a video game store. Officer Robert Wilson is credited with saving several lives during the gun fight.
Police One reported:

A police officer who went to a video game store to buy a present for his son ended up in a fierce gun battle with two would-be robbers, fighting to the end of his life to protect patrons and employees, a police captain said Friday.

Officer Robert Wilson III, 30, was at the counter of the GameStop store late Thursday afternoon when two brothers armed with semi-automatic weapons entered, the officer turned, and “the gunfight was on,” police homicide Capt. James Clark said.

“The officer was a hero and a warrior,” Clark said. “He fought to the very, very end, firing at both of them. Unfortunately, he lost his life.”

The brothers were identified Friday as Ramone Williams, 24, and Carlton Hipps, 29. Both had prior arrests, and police said Hipps had gotten out of prison in 2009. Both were charged with murder, attempted murder, robbery and related offenses.

Williams was in jail, and Hipps was hospitalized Friday and wearing Wilson’s handcuffs, authorities said. It was unclear if either man had an attorney who could comment on the charges.

Clark said Williams gave a statement to police, saying he and his brother did not see Wilson’s cruiser outside the store and did not know an officer was inside.

The men hid behind signs in the store as Wilson exchanged volleys with them. Clark credited the officer with saving lives by stepping away from other people in the store. He kept firing even after he was hit and “redefined what hero is all about,” Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey said.

His partner, who was outside, shot Hipps in the leg as the two men fled the store in a second gunfight, police said.

All told, more than 50 shots were fired, investigators said.

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This undated photo provided by Philadelphia Police Department, shows Robert Wilson III. (AP)

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