White reporter Nate Belt’s article at WZZM, a Grand Rapids local ABC affiliate, is headed “Community reacts to firing of Christopher Schurr,” but the only “community” it mentions is two local black supremacists, Lewis Langham, a professor at WMU Cooley Law School, and Kent County commissioner Robert S. Womack, both of whom of course supported Officer Schurr’s firing, in terms which denied Officer Schurr the presumption of innocence in the death of African Refugee Patrick Lyoya.
Womack told reporter Nate Belt: ‘It was adequate for the city manager and the police chief to relieve him of his duty and send a message out that this won’t be tolerated in our city,’
And Langham described Schurr’s firing as a “no win situation.”
But Nicholas Stix asks on VDARE.com:
What “won’t be tolerated”? A white policeman defending his life against a murder attempt by a black career criminal?
No, it’s a win-win situation for Washington, Langham, Womack, black supremacist hoax lawyer Benjamin Crump, and for Lyoya’s next-of-perps.
Lyoya was driving with a revoked license and had a warrant for a brutal domestic violence incident involving his girlfriend which took place just three days prior to his death.
In the bodycam footage, Lyoya is seen resisting arrest as soon as the stop begins, and can later be seen with his hand on Officer Schurr’s taser.
Unable to convince Lyoya to drop it, Officer Schurr deploys his pistol and fires one shot into the back of Lyoya’s head, killing him.
Thanks to race hustlers like Benjamin Crump, Womack, and Langham, Officer Schurr is now charged with murder in the death of Patrick Lyoya.