U.S. Supreme Court Refuses to Require Police to Render Emergency Aid After Ohio Police Shoot Military Veteran Multiple Times, Let Him Bleed to Death

MFP Commentary:
This is a crystal clear case of government supporting moral relativism.  A pillar of the church of Satan,  used to construct many of our societal institutions. (Banks, police departments, schools)

People seem to be blinded to the fact that our police departments are very much from top to bottom built upon this Satanic principle  of moral relativism and “Christians”  seem to be totally clueless as to what is going on.  To The point of mindlessly supporting this evil.


WASHINGTON, DC  — The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an effort to require police to render emergency aid to individuals they injure in the course of an arrest. In refusing to hear the case of Stevens-Rucker v. Frenz, in which Ohio police shot a military veteran multiple times and then—despite their first aid training—let him bleed to death, the Supreme Court let stand a lower court ruling that police satisfy their constitutional obligations to assist a person they injure in the course of an arrest simply by calling for an ambulance to transport the arrestee to a hospital. Attorneys with The Rutherford Institute had asked the Court to hear the case, arguing that if prisoners have a constitutional right to medical care under the Eighth Amendment’s prohibition on cruel and unusual punishments, then police should be held to a comparable standard in their treatment of arrestees who require urgent medical attention….. Read More