Wednesday May 22, 2013
Today in 1863, the United States War Department ordained a specialized bureau for the purpose of the organization of black enlisted troops, The Bureau of Colored Troops.
Who are these Swine? These flag-sucking half-wits who get fleeced and fooled by stupid little rich kids like George Bush? ….. They speak for all that is cruel and stupid and viscious in the American character…. I piss down the throats of these Nazis. And I am too old to worry about whether they like it or not. Fuck Them. —
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InfoWars.com | What the anchor person and BART officials hope to sell to the public and any future jury members who happen to be watching is TASER Confusion. Taser confusion is a defense recently created by taser manufacturers and promoted by police unions around the nation.
Taser confusion is based on the cognitive theory of human error.
Promoters of this defense claim police officers may reach for their service pistol, most commonly a Glock .40 caliber automatic instead of their taser weapon in moments of stress. This theory is describe as double-capture slips or perceptual confusion.
In double-capture slips attention is captured by some distraction and some triggering cue is missed, then the activity is captured by the most active schema or plan which is most commonly the alternative leading away from the point where the cue was overlooked.
In cases of perceptual confusion the argument is objects that are similar in appearance, location, or function are used erroneously.
These theories are used to encourage the public to believe whenever a citizen in police custody is shot it was merely a cognitive error caused by situational stress usually attributed to the victim. Read More