Watch Rioters Murder St. Louis Retired Police Officer and Live Stream the Crime
A tragedy took place in North St. Louis last night. David Dorn, a retired St. Louis police captain, was murdered. Lee’s Pawn and Jewelry was experiencing some major looting and Dorn was doing everything in his power to put a stop to it. The looters did not fear any sort of reprisal. That’s the environment that has been created by the nonstop protests.
This 77 year old man was gunned down in cold blood. The shooting happened around 2:30 AM. The Ethical Society of Police is speaking out about the matter, letting the world know about Dobb’s kind heart and selfless ways. He’s the type of officer who would have laid his own life down to save the looters and while the protests have been peaceful, violence is not the answer.
Police have yet to officially identify the former captain. There is currently an ongoing investigation and we will be sure to let you know as soon as we find out more. The details are going to be provided as soon as we have them. We just hope that the looters are pleased with themselves. They are currently rioting in protest of the death of an innocent black man.
The irony is so bitter here that we could choke on it. The streets of America are turning into a total free for all and there is no end in sight. This man lost his life for trying to protect a local business and we wish that there was more to this story. Unfortunately, these are the sad events that are never going to stop taking place as long as the looters have control.
The death was filmed live on Facebook. Dorn’s body laid in the street as people kept on driving by. We are not going to be posting the video, out of respect for the slain officer and his loved ones. Justice needs to be served, though. We hope that these violent looters are captured and brought to justice as soon as possible.
The mainstream media does not have the same level of interest in these stories and we wonder why that is. What agenda are they trying to serve? What’s their end game? These are questions that mainstream media outlets need to be able to answer for themselves before it is too late. Otherwise, they could find themselves complicit with the parties who are responsible for the damage that is being done to our country.
All riots like these do is detract from the real purpose of the protests. People are taking to the streets in a legal manner, expressing their grief for George Floyd. We are sure that the widespread unemployment is also playing a role at the moment. Plenty of people are looting necessary items that they could not afford otherwise. Robbing a pawn shop in the middle of the night is not that.
It takes away from the good and decent folks who are following the rules and making their voices heard. When the National Guard is sent in to put a stop to the madness, what are people going to have to say for themselves then? The tune will change completely. Everyone will be furious with each other and start blaming the looters for bringing things to a head.
One of the people murdered last night was a retired St. Louis City Captain. He was murdered by looters at a pawnshop. He was the type of brother that would’ve given his life to save them if he had to.
Violence is not the answer, whether it’s a citizen or officer.
— Ethical Society of Police – ESOP (@ESOP_STL) June 2, 2020
That’s why people should have been willing to denounce these actions long before now. No one should have to see an innocent person die in order to feel differently about what is happening in their own backyard. Now, the taxpayers are going to be forced to pay for the room and board of all these criminals.
Is that what people envisioned when these protests began? We are going to go out on a huge limb and say no. At this time, we would like to send our deepest condolences to all of Dorn’s friends and loved ones. Rest in peace, David. You deserved so much better than this.
Update: David Dorn – Rest in Peace.
UPDATE: David Dorn’s death was broadcast on Facebook live. Cars drove by watching and cheering on the rioters as he lay dying on the side of the street.
We have decided not to post the video out of respect for the victim.