Latest post in a series on Christian Hall
ref: Case Study of police shooting of Christian Hall ripe for good discussion
ref: Have you done your Christian Hall homework yet?
ref: Breaking down the YouTube video of the Christian Hall shooting by the Pa. State Police
ref: “CJ is responsible for his own death”
ref: Past time for the City to have “The Talk”
ref: The de-escalation strategy of the Christian Hall event
Gadfly periodically amazes himself, amazes himself at the way he can beat a subject to death.
Take a look at his performance Breaking down the YouTube video of the Christian Hall shooting by the Pa. State Police.
Nothing like it in the annals of gadfly sleuthdom.
And the upshot was that even his slow-mo of slow-mo presentation couldn’t figure out The de-escalation strategy of the Christian Hall event.
Those posts must have blown his gasket, for he left the investigation of the Christian Hall incident completely up in the air a good three weeks ago.
In the meantime we have the shootings of Adam Toledo in Chicago, Ma’Khia Bryant in Columbus, Andrew Brown in Elizabeth City, Duante Wright in Brooklyn Center, and maybe I have missed some.
More on those other cases later, perhaps, but Gadfly wants to complete his walk-through on Christian Hall.
It’s been so long, those of you who want to think along with him may need to go back and review those past posts.
His is the “suicide by cop” case on Rt. 80 just north of us in Monroe County.
But Gadfly’d like to give you some more homework.
We have a video of the 73 min. D.A. press conference on March 30.
That 73 min. video breaks down in this way:
1:13:46 mins. (contains the 30-min. incident video that has been published separately and that we looked at)
Start at min. 5:07
D.A. introduction mins. 5:07-12:30
The 30-min. video runs from mins. 12:30-45:30
D.A. presentation mins. 45:30-1:00:15
Q & A with reporters mins. 1:00:15-1:13:46
For homework, Gadfly would like you to listen to the D.A. state his credential in this kind of case (approx mins 6-9) and his concluding presentation and Q&A (mins.45:30-1:13:46).
Do that, wouldya?, and we’ll come back and talk.