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On Sunday, police responded to a call of a suspicious vehicle parked on Manchester Boulevard around 3:10 am. When police arrived, they engaged in a 45-minute long standoff before opening fire on the man and woman inside the vehicle, killing them both.

The woman was pronounced dead shortly after the shooting, and the man succumbed to his injuries after paramedics transported him to a local hospital.

The shooting seemed like an open and shut case until the next day. Mayor James Butts, while responding to questions about the shooting, opened up a huge can of worms — both the man and the woman were unconscious.

For at least 45 minutes, police attempted “to rouse” them in an effort “to de-escalate the situation,” said Butts.

After admitting that the couple was asleep, Butts quickly defended the officers, noting, “Obviously at some point they were conscious because somebody felt threatened.”

However, that notion has yet to be proven and is particularly unlikely due to the fact that not a single officer received so much as a scratch, nor did the couple have any reason to be violent.

Both of the victims were parents; Kisha Michael, 31, a single mother of three sons, and Marquintan Sandlin, 32, a single father of four daughters.

Families for both described them as devoted parents who made arrangements for care of their children while they took a night off.

“The police ain’t telling us nothing,” said Trisha Michael after being met with tight lips from the department.

“He was a loving father,” said Sandlin’s sister Leandra Faulkner.  “All he cared about was his girls, getting them right.”

According to his relatives, Sandlin had a ‘rough life’ but had turned it around and was working as a successful truck driver.

Sadly, these children will now grow up knowing that their parents were taken from them by cops, scared of a sleeping couple.


‘For at least 45 minutes the cops attempted “to rouse” them in an effort “to de-escalate the situation” said Butts.After admitting that the couple were asleep, Butts quickly defended the officers actions, noting, “Obviously at some point they were conscious because somebody felt threatened.“’

What the fuck, were they aggressively snoring? Who opens fire on someone they just spent 45 minutes trying to wake up?

Great. Now I’ve heard it all. Cops are afraid of unconscious people. 45 minutes of de-escalation? Did it ever once occur that if you try to wake someone up in a car with loud noise and they don’t wake up, medical attention may be needed?

#KishaMichae #MarquintanSandlin #PoliceBrutality #Cops #KillerCops #America #BLACKLIVESMATTER


Sleeping in your car can be a death sentence in the police state #BlackLivesMatter Booost!

Whaaaaaaaaat! Damn make it VIRAL!