‘Shoot first, ask paid vacation later’: local economy & police violence

print Officer Tyrel Lorenz of the Lenoir City police department is on “paid administrative leave” after he shot and killed an unarmed man, pumping several bullets into his head and back at arms-length range. The slaying of an inebriated man who’d been chauffering two intoxicated friends in a pickup truck March 13 is a problem whose remedy will bring Tennessee and other American cities back toward a local economy concept of peacekeeping and a major de-escalation in gangland-style violence. By David Tulis “Lorenz commanded the driver to stop several times before Lorenz somehow ended up in the back bed of … Continue reading ‘Shoot first, ask paid vacation later’: local economy & police violence