The police gestapo terrorists in America continue their blood bath. This time a Georgia Tech school computer engineer student Scout Shultz was murdered by local gestapo. He was actually a local Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender activist.
Police gestapo responded to a call about an individual possessing a knife and a gun. How dare Americans use their first amendment rights. Some video footage of this incident is available on the Internet.
Allegedly, Scout refused to put down a knife when told to do so by authoritative goons. Also, supposedly he told gestapo to “Shoot me”. As is proverbial with the violent savage police in America, they abliged and murdered him.
Police initially lied, like they do so often and claimed that Scout had a handgun during an altercation with police. Witnesses and video evidence may prove otherwise. Scout was aged twenty one and the President of Pride Allience at Georgia Tech school.
This murder supposedly occurred at Georgia Tech’s west campus residential area. A video taken from a Georgia Tech student shows that Clout did not possess a gun at time of his murder. Four gestapo thugs surrounded him.
Only one officer fired at him, which ended up being lethal. Some people are claiming that the knife he did have was just a pocket knife. I am not sure why, but this white boy walked towards the police gestapo after first denying their request that he drop this knife.
This sounds like to me another summary execution that has occurred in other military dictatorships. In laymen’s terms shoot first ask questions later. A Georgia Tech school figure John Stein released a letter to students pertaining to this murder quoted verbatim:
Dear students, faculty, and staff,
I am deeply saddened to inform the Georgia Tech community of the loss of fourth year computer engineering student Scout Schultz of Lilburn, Georgia. Scout’s sudden and tragic death today has been devastating news for the Schultz family, classmates, and for members of the community who knew Scout personally, the shock and grief are particularly acute. We are committed to providing resources for the mental, emotional, and physical well-being of our entire campus community.
Please remember that Georgia Tech offers multiple services and resources in support of the community during this time of loss and grief:
• The Georgia Tech Counseling Center (www.counseling.gatech.edu) will be available for students today from noon to 2 p.m. at the 8th Street Apartments West Building Recreation Room. Walk-ins are also welcome at the Counseling Center in the Student Services (Flag) Building from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. throughout the week. The after-hours number for the Counseling Center is 404-894-2575.
• The Office of the Dean of Students also has a referral option if you are concerned about a student (www.deanofstudents.gatech.edu).
• The Georgia Crisis & Access Line (1-800-715-4225) is staffed with professional social workers and counselors 24 hours per day, every day, to assist those with urgent and emergency needs. www.mygcal.com.
It is our hope that anyone who needs these services will be able to take full advantage of them. We have communicated directly and offered our support and deepest sympathies to Scout’s family.
At times like these, we are reminded of the importance of coming together in support, understanding, and care for one another.
JOHN M. STEIN Vice President of Student Life And Dean of Students
Just another day in AmeriKKKa. What else did you expect in white people’s white colony and their system of white terrorism? This victim was white but I was not able to find out the identity of the police gestapo terrorist that capped him.