Kenosha Sheriff David Beth Had Hateful Words for Black Suspects Arrested in 2018
Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth launched a disgusting rant in 2018, suggesting that 5 arrested suspects – all black – were ‘not worth saving’ and should be locked up for life … in a retail robbery and prosecution. car.
Sheriff Beth – who’s in the public spotlight after filming Jacob blake and the riots that followed in Kenosha which led to the deaths of 2 people – used the phrase ‘these people’ on several occasions when describing how he thought they should be ‘stored’ … so as not to allow men to procreate.
The sheriff went on to say it was time to stop being politically correct – and although he specifically said race was not a factor – he insisted that “these people” should be sidelined for good.
Later in her speech, Beth said… “In this country, in this community, in this state, we have to get to the point where we will no longer tolerate the garbage people that fill our communities. They are a cancer. our society. “
The case that pissed off Beth so much was a retail robbery at a mall that led to a car chase and a two-car crash. At the time, Beth said he was so angry because the suspects hit another car driven by a 16-year-old who had just gotten his license … although no one was seriously injured .
The 5 suspects, aged 16 to 23, were all from Milwaukee and have all been charged with retail theft and obstruction.
Beth spoke to the media on Wednesday after a murderous night in Kenosha, in which 2 protesters were shot and killed by an armed suspect. Cops later arrested a 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse in connection with the incident.
The sheriff suggested that Rittenhouse was among a group of people who asked to be deputized to help police patrol the area, which Beth said he would not do due to liability and the chaos this can cause … as evidenced by what happened. Tuesday evening.
However, Beth also provided a questionable explanation for how law enforcement simply let Rittenhouse walk away after the deadly shootings … despite having a long gun strapped around his chest. and hands up as onlookers shouted at the cops he was. The shooter.
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