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Watch: Thug Has Shoot Out With Cops Live On Social Media!

This is just disturbing.

At the beginning of the video, the man holding the phone says, ‘I was trying to f***ing help people.

The July 2, 2017, shootout between the police and a Bloods gang member was streamed live from his phone.

In the video, the unidentified gang member references the Bloods repeatedly and says, ‘tell the homies they got me‘.

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People online are now freaking out saying that this guy was ‘assassinated’ by the police.

Really?

Come on, people.

This guy was a member of a notorious criminal organization.

He was brandishing a weapon.

Is this going to be on par with the Philando Castile shooting?

Will this unnamed guy be held up as some sort of martyr like Freddie Grey?

Eric Garner?

Michael Brown?

Treyvon Martin?

I don’t think so.

And it would be a disservice if he was.

There is no way that any reasonable human being would condone ‘assassination’ by police, but if the thug — of any skin color — waves around a gun at cops…

Welp, you’ve got yourself into that one. And you’ve put your own life at risk.

Because training kicks in when a cop’s life is threatened and that’s just how it is.

Maybe, just maybe, don’t be a thug.

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