CHIEF BROWN. HIS DEPARTMENT HAS BEEN IN CHAOS RECENTLY.
The Daily Mail is implicitly heaping praise on Dallas Police Chief David Brown, Sr. In doing so they bring up his cop killer son, glossing over the significance of the fact that his son was shot a dozen times. BY POLICE OFFICERS!
Brown has a poor track record. Where he goes, dead cops follow. The Daily Mail story is pro-black propaganda.
We’re hurting,’ said Dallas Police chief David Brown Sr, in the aftermath of the shooting spree that killed five police officers and injured seven. But few will be able to understand the intensity of loss as much as him.
Brown Sr, a 30-year veteran of the force, has already lost his former police partner, his younger brother and his own son to gun violence.
Now he stands ‘heartbroken’ following the brutality that erupted Thursday night during a Black Lives Matter protest.
The tragic series of events began in August 1988 when his longtime police partner, officer Walter Williams was killed.
Williams, 47, had been investigating a disturbance when he was ambushed and shot in the head with a 22-caliber handgun, according to the Officer Down Memorial Page.
The page describes how the responding officers had returned fire and killed the subject. Williams, who had served with DPD for five years, was survived by his wife, two sons, and daughter.
But less than three years later, Brown Sr was to suffer another crushing loss.
His younger brother, Kelvin Brown, was shot dead by drug dealers in the Phoenix area on July 3, 1991.
Maricopa County Medical Examiner’s office said his ‘immediate cause of death was a gunshot wound to the head’, according to ABC-News.
Brown’s brother dead–apparently a lowlife. And his son a cop killer? What’s going on with that family? Nothing much good it seems.
Described by those who know him as ‘introspective, intense and sometimes abrasive commander’, Brown was named police chief in 2010.
Seven weeks into his new position, his son and namesake shot dead a Lancaster police officer and another man, before being fatally shot more than a dozen times. It was Father’s Day.
David Brown Jr, who was 27 at the time, had struggled with drugs and suffered with bipolar disorder.
Following the horror, Keith Humphrey, the police chief of Norman, Okla told The Washington Post how Brown Sr had reached out to the families of the two slain men and visited them in their homes.
The Daily Mail manufactured a good tale of the good black man with this one. Too bad there’s another side to the story that they’re not telling. Officers had been leaving the Dallas PD prior to the massacre on Thursday night after the BLM protest.
Here’s a little more praise for Brown.
Former Dallas Police Chief David Kunkle said: ‘He takes what we do very seriously and he holds people accountable.
‘But I’ve never seen him do it in a demeaning, critical kind of way. I’ve always thought that he was very serious and he was very private, and that’s largely a function of his personality.’
Now, following the incredible violence seen on the streets of Dallas last night, Brown must call on his skills as a mediator and commander, to lead the city through their collective grief.
Brown is probably not the worst Chief in America, but someone ought to put his tenure as Chief in a better, more balanced perspective.
He is NOT what the media are making him out to be, which is an effective leader. It’s not in the least clear that he is the best person to lead a big city out of the danger posed by violent black racists who hate America.
Behind the scenes, the Dallas Mayor, the Texas Governor, and Brown are jockeying to look good to the public. Brown is winning the PR battle because he is brown, literally. His skin color means he will be lionized by an adoring liberal press.
The story of the “good black” has pushed the story of the radical blacks off the news. Which is why we have to stay alert for the nonsense and not be taken in by it.