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Neighbors of the Columbus, Ohio, foster home where Ma’Khai Bryant attacked a girl with a knife on Tuesday said the teen’s death at the hands of police ended a situation where other lives were at risk.
“If the officer hadn’t done what he did, I think we’d have two girls dead,” said Donavon Brinson, who lives across the street from the house and saw the incident through the video footage recorded by his home security system, according to The Columbus Dispatch.
“They were calling each other the B-word, so I figured it was just a girl fight,” Brinson said, according to The Dispatch.
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While he was in the backyard with his dog, he said, the yelling escalated. He went back inside and was there when Officer Nicholas Reardon arrived.
Crowd of #Ohio State University students hold a sit-in to demand the school cut ties with #Columbus Police Department over the fatal police shooting of Ma’Khia Bryant, a 16-year-old Black girl. pic.twitter.com/GFTCPLGXQU
— WatchTower (@WatchTowerGW) April 22, 2021
The woke calculus of our day is that, in Columbus, society esteems the life of the attempted murderer more than the life of the rescued victim. Better that an unarmed woman be stabbed to death than an attacking woman be shot to death, if the shooting is done by a police officer.
— Bob Lonsberry (@BobLonsberry) April 22, 2021
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