You will not hear the name Jason Harley Klopfer from any corporate media. Klopfer is a disabled, white man living in a trailer in rural North Carolina who was the victim of a brutal act of police brutality.
Daily Mail Sunday reported that a North Carolina SWAT team swooped toward Klopfer’s trailer in Cherokee County in response to a shooting in the area on Dec. 12 around 11 p.m. They suspect him of being the shooter and the hostage taker.
Klopfer opened the door with his wife behind him and Both raised their hands. Seconds later, police shot Klopfer several times.
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WARNING: GRAPHIC ⚠️ Police in North Carolina shot a disabled man who was unarmed and was following their orders.
The SWAT team woke up Jason Harley Klopfer and told him to come outside, then shot him as soon as he opened the door. pic.twitter.com/sh0yeCc8za
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Here is the rest of the story Daily Mail:
Police said Klopfer got into a verbal altercation with the police before opening the door and forcing them to ‘confront’ him after the shots were fired.
‘I’ve been shot!’ Mahler is seen in the video pulling Klopfer out of the way of the gunfire as he starts screaming repeatedly.
What the hell,’ Mahler screamed at the officers as they helped Klopfer. ‘He’s shot – what have you done!’
The police continued to shout from outside the trailer for the two to come out.
Mahler obeyed, holding her hands as Klopfer pulled her toward the door. She hesitated a little to leave her husband unattended before leaving.
‘He can’t! He shot!’ Mahler yelled at officers as he exited.
As officers approach the trailer, Klopfer can be heard faintly yelling, ‘I don’t have a gun. I didn’t have a gun.’
He was charged with communicating threats and resistance, obstruction and delay.
Details of the incident and its aftermath remain unclear, as Klopfer insisted he could not share information about the shooting.
He has maintained his innocence and called the allegations ‘absolutely false’.
‘It’s a nightmare and we’re trying to make it happen. We’ll make it!’ He wrote.
Kloffer identifies as disabled but the nature of his disability has not been publicly disclosed.
Even if one takes the police at their word, which is doubtful, they shot an unarmed, disabled man multiple times in a matter of seconds because he “confronted” them and probably cursed at them.
When can we expect national coverage of this story highlighting the unnecessary use of police force? When will the parades in Klopfer’s honor begin?
Of course the answer is never. Klopfer’s story is never told by legacy media or left-wing activists because he doesn’t meet the personal profile he likes to feature when discussing police violence. Even when the police are justified in their actions they focus only on black men killed by the police.
But the Gateway Scholar doesn’t forget Kloffer and prays that justice will prevail. He is important as a person and his story is important.