Here We Go=> Another Black Youth Shot Dead After Attacking Police During Burglary, Leftists Scream RACISM!
19 year-old Christian Taylor was shot dead this week after driving a car through a car dealership window and attacking police.
Of course, according to far left activists Chrisitan was just another innocent unarmed black man shot dead by police thugs.
— Dev (@DevCNY) August 8, 2015
We can't live in a world where it's the expectation, not the exception, that Black people to get killed by the police. #ChristianTaylor
— YK Hong (@ykhong) August 8, 2015
Another robber martyr for the left.
This is so disturbing. How many more black people will turn into hashtags due to police brutality and institutional racism #ChristianTaylor
— sabrina (@blckquality) August 8, 2015
A 49-year-old police trainee killed an unarmed teen burglary suspect who drove an SUV into the showroom of an Arlington car dealership early Friday.
Officer Brad Miller shot 19-year-old Christian Taylor about 1 a.m. after officers responded to a burglar alarm at Classic Buick GMC near Interstate 20 and Collins Street, police said.
Taylor, a football star and 2014 graduate of Mansfield Summit, was unarmed, police said.
The dealership’s security company reported the break-in after its cameras recorded a man there after hours, police said. Sgt. Paul Rodriguez said a burglar drove a sport utility vehicle through the dealership showroom’s glass doors.
When police arrived they found Taylor in the showroom and approached him. Police said Miller shot Taylor after an “altercation.” Taylor died at the scene, according to the Tarrant County medical examiner’s office.
A little more than a week before his death, Taylor tweeted “I don’t wanna die too younggggg.”
Miller, 49, has been with the Arlington Police Department since September and graduated from the police academy in March, police said. He had no commendation or discipline record at the department.
Before joining the department, Miller had no police experience. At the time of the shooting he was in field training and under the supervision of a police training officer.
After the shooting, Miller was placed on administrative leave, Rodriguez said.
“That’s standard across the board for us for anybody involved in a deadly force situation,” he said.