Donald Babbit: Shaler Township (PA) cops summarily execute Penn Hills teacher

OP-NAT EYE
August 7, 2019 (updated August 9, 2019)

Mr. Donald Babbitt

UPDATE August 9, 2019: Donald Babbit obituary. The funeral is Saturday, August 10 at 5 p.m. at the Eloise B. Kyper Funeral Home, 2702 Mount Royal Blvd., Glenshaw, PA.

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SHALER TOWNSHIP, PA — A math teacher is dead after his wife apparently called cops for help.

The incident happened yesterday just after 3 p.m. on the 800 block of Spencer Grove Lane in Shaler Township, a municipality of about 29,000 residents, 15 miles northeast of downtown Pittsburgh. Three cops, two from Shaler Township and another from Hampton Township, showed up after receiving a call about a man “acting erratically.” The call reportedly came from the wife of Mr. Donald Babbit.

Allegheny County police said Mr. Babbit, a teacher with the local school district, came out of the house and “advanced while pointing a handgun at them.” This prompted the cops to open fire on the man, killing him instantly. The three cops, who fired at least 12 times according to witnesses, were all rewarded for the kill with paid vacations, aka “paid administrative leave.”

Here is a report from KDKA in Pittsburgh.

This is at least the fifth shooting by cops in Allegheny County since May. Babbit’s widow, like many Americans, thought that calling cops for help addressing whatever was going on in their home at the time, was the right thing to do. We’re not going to speculate as to what was happening. But we seriously doubt she called cops to have her husband murdered.

This is just another reminder to all Americans that you should never call cops for anything. The protect-and-serve myth has long been exposed for what it really is. Grasping at that Americana fable will only get your family killed, raped or kidnapped by government henchmen. The criminalization of gun ownership and the Second Amendment continues to be the go-to excuse for cops to murder Americans and get their paid vacations and accolades from the copsucking community.

Mr. Babbit was employed with the Penn Hills School District for at least ten years. Several of his students and staff  have said nothing but good things about him on Facebook and Twitter. Of course the copsucking community is using their proverbial “suicide by cop” porn fantasy to justify the murder. These are also typically the same people who support Second Amendment rights, but who also worship cops like gods.

There is absolutely no evidence that Mr. Babbit pointed a gun at cops, other than the word of paid, professional liars, murderers and manipulators that a good percentage of Americans regard as deities. Further, if Mr. Babbit had any intention of hurting anyone, he would have fired his alleged weapon and not “waived it around” as cops want the public to believe. It is completely justifiable and understandable for Americans to fear for their lives in the face of badged government thugs who are rewarded handsomely for killing people.

The kangaroo “investigation” into this murder is being handled by Allegheny County cops. It will span several months and the inevitable “justified” disposition will be released to the public sometime late this year. It appears from social media posts that Mr. Babbit had two children, a son and a daughter, who will now have to make sense of this world without their father. The truth of what really happened is only known by Mr. Babbit’s widow, who appears to be the only real human present during the murder.

Our thoughts are with the Babbit family.

6 comments for “Donald Babbit: Shaler Township (PA) cops summarily execute Penn Hills teacher

  1. No Name
    October 19, 2019 at 5:23 pm

    Yours is the only article/explanation that makes sense. No grainy video, huh?

  2. M F
    August 23, 2019 at 7:34 pm

    I would like to see body cam footage to see how theatening. Too many mentally Ill are killed by the cops who were called to help them and the family. Another man was recently killed by police in Sttate College.

    • Bill
      September 7, 2019 at 5:23 pm

      No one there was wearing body cams.

  3. sherri g
    August 10, 2019 at 3:00 pm

    In all respect for the deceased’s family ; if you point a weapon at a police officer, the officer has every right to defend and protect himself. Apparently, Mr. Babbit either was under the influence of something or had some type of mental breakdown. Nevertheless, the police were justified to shoot him. It’s a sad world anymore…

    • Bill
      September 7, 2019 at 5:26 pm

      I’m sure many would agree that the 3 man firing squad was a bit much.

    • Bill
      September 11, 2019 at 6:04 pm

      Unless you were there your statement is meaningless. You will support police no matter what.

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