Why wasn’t Andrew Coffee IV’s self defense case against a police officer televised and amplified on a daily basis like the Kyle Rittenh

Why wasn’t Andrew Coffee IV’s self defense case against a police officer televised and amplified on a daily basis like the Kyle Rittenhouse trial?

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  1. It didn’t fit the usual “white privilege” narrative so beloved of the liberals. Andrew Coffee is also not a very good fit for the “victim” template because of his status as a felon in possession of a firearm, for which he will almost certainly go to prison, even though he used it in legitimate self defense, against the POLICE. Makes a mess of the “we need more gun laws” and “defund the POLICE” arguments.

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  2. A2A. For one: shot at is the operating phrase. The only fatality of the incident seems to have been Coffee’s girlfriend; one of the charges against him was her alleged murder, but it seems to have been determined that she was in fact shot by the cops. For another, it wasn’t out in public. For yet another: the fight went looking for him rather than the other way around
    And, finally? He was not out on bail openly violating his terms and getting cozy with terrorists. Despite what the Washed-up Unexamined may be asserting as a silencing tactic against designated enemies, designated undesirables, and anyone else who might have the gall to point out that institutional racism is still all too real: the cases really are not comparable. The only death was at the hands of the cops; and the cops were never on trial.
    But, then again?

    Why wasn't Andrew Coffee IV’s self defense case against a police officer televised and amplified on a daily basis like the Kyle Rittenh

    Mind you…

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  3. Because the demo lunatics weren’t all bent out of shape about it. They almost always pull for the criminal, and pull against the cop.

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  4. The first amendment freedom of the press means that the press decides what to cover, not the government. The press might have all sorts of reasoning but editorial decisions are often driven by profit.

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