Saturday, October 16, 2021

In the Pandemic's MIST We Still LOST in Lies

If My People will not Turn from their wickedness

Jeremiah 13:17
But if you will not hear it, my soul shall weep in secret places for your pride; and mine eye shall weep sore, and run down with tears, because the LORD's flock is carried away captive. 

So we are here now.
From the top down and from the bottom up "we are lost and captivated in Lies". Lieutenant John Clary of the Louisiana State Police was "cleared of misconduct 'concerning video footage' from his body-worm camera, in the violent death of Ronald Greene.  The fact is, in any other circumstance the Lieutenant (as an politically-unconnected) would be charged with obstruction of justice, in a citizen's death.  

The inability of governments to hold officials who have a sworn duty to perform in interest of the public, is steadily dismantling confidence in every area and specifically law enforcement, prosecutors and courts.

 The children that are involved in the violence, firing pistols or being shot, are in a place of no confidence in Law Enforcement. Ten year old Lebron Robinson was murdered in Bastrop, Louisiana on the 4th of July this year. 

The perpetrator is still at large, and the family is disintegrated in that members are now stating a person related to Lebron is implicated in the incident. The local government is in disarray, without a police chief and the board of Alderman and Mayor at odds of who is eligible for the appointment. 
Currently an Attorney General opinion is being sought on voting processes concerning the Chief of Police appointment.
How much of this 'get by with it' attitude by officials is affecting the morality of youth?  

If Lieutenant John Clary is not held accountable for withholding evidence, and Trooper Carl Cavalier has a notice of termination for his accountability for "violating several departmental policies", why would a black youth think he/her would be treated fairly by officers of the law. 
And in Bastrop, Louisiana the question of who shot Lebron Robinson, hangs in the air like fog in the Atchafalaya Swamp. 

Ten years old. Who Shot Bron?