Posted by DrJohn on 2 September, 2020 at 6:02 am. 6 comments already!



His name was Tamarris Bohannon. He was 29 years old when killed in the line of duty in St. Louis. He leaves behind a wife and three children.



By all accounts he was a good man and good cop

ST. LOUIS – The family of the St. Louis police officer who was shot and killed wants to make sure he is remembered for his commitment to his community – and more importantly, his family.

“Family was priority. That was on top of his list. It was very important,” Alfred Bohannon said.

Bohannon’s son, Tamarris, was shot Saturday while responding to a call in the Tower Grove South neighborhood.

His family is still in shock over the tragedy.

“It’s been hard. Very difficult. Trying to process, to understand, the loss of a son,” Alfred Bohannon said.

Tamarris Bohannon, 29, graduated from Oakville High School. He married his high school sweetheart and was the father of three children.

You probably don’t know his name because he was unimportant to the media. He was less important to Black Lives Matter and Antifa.

The New Orleans Saints don’t give a damn about him and neither does the NFL.

On the other hand, they care very much about Jacob Blake. They love Jacob Blake. They worship Jacob Blake.

Jacob Blake needs a 'miracle' to walk after shooting: lawyer


Jacob Blake had a criminal history and an outstanding warrant. From the AP

Online court records indicate Kenosha County prosecutors charged Blake on July 6 with third-degree sexual assault, trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with domestic abuse. An arrest warrant was issued for Blake the following day.


Jacob Blake, 24, of Racine, was charged Monday in Racine County Circuit Court with one felony count of resisting arrest causing a soft tissue injury to a police officer and one misdemeanor count each of carrying a concealed weapon, carrying a firearm while intoxicated, endangering safety-use of a dangerous weapon, and disorderly conduct. If convicted, he will face up to 8-1/2 years in prison and/or up to $50,000 in fines.

He had an outstanding warrant for sexual assault. This is that report:



Police were summoned to the girlfriend’s residence and tried to apprehend Blake. He once again failed to comply with a proper police order. He fought with the officers and was tasered twice with no effect. Armed with a knife, he then attempted to enter a car having three of his children in it. He was told to drop the knife. He did not.

Now- if you’re the police officer, what do you do? You have a split second to make a decision. Blake might have been going into his car to harm one or more of his kids or hold them hostage.

You don’t know.

I’ve seen the argument “Why so many bullets?” yet absolutely no one can tell me exactly how to determine how many are the proper number.

Perhaps you ask him.

Too late, the kids are dead.

Had that happened one could only imagine the outrage.

You don’t know.

What we do know is that Blake was a criminal.

Twitter meted out its own version of justice, suspending the aunt of Blake’s victim.

The New Orleans Saints decided to honor Blake in sort of a lifetime achievement award.

Saints Wear Jacob Blake's Name on Their Helmets in Practice
The NFL will allow it. This is the same NFL that allowed Colin Kaepernick to wear “Cops are pigs” socks.

Colin Kaepernick explains why he wore socks with police pigs on them -
This is the same NFL that refused to allow the Dallas Cowboys to wear helmet stickers in honor of five slain Dallas policemen.

Flashback: NFL wouldn't allow Cowboys to wear decal supporting Dallas police on their helmets


By the way- those slain officers?  Their names were Lorne Ahrens, Michael Krol, Michael J. Smith, Brent Thompson and Patrick Zamarripa.

You would never learn that from the New Orleans Saints or the NFL.

You have to be a criminal to be be honored.

Instead of glorifying this behavior, why doesn’t the NFL sponsor messages pleading with people to simply comply with the police?

That’s too easy I imagine. Plus it’s not powerful enough virtue signalling.

As far as I am concerned, the NFL, along with the China Basketball Association and MLB can all go to hell.

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