Atwater said it best: TJ and the Black community have lost empathy for the people that are supposed to protect them. They've seen the hatred, the corruption, and they've been let down by the system most of their lives.
Officer Wheelan stood by what he thought was right, the Black man he had shot had been stopped for going above the speed limit but did carry a gun. While he had a firearm legally, he didn't do much but put his arms above his head. Unfortunately, because he resisted the cop's need to arrest him, he was shot. People took to Twitter to explain the fear the Black man must have faced with Wheelan, with one writing, "How could this cop fear for his life when he saw this black man with his hands up not moving?! The video shows you were NOT justified in this shooting sir! This is why you were arrested in front of your kids. You deserved to be treated like you acted! #ChicagoPD."
"Enemies Foreign" is the eighth episode of the eighth season of the American police procedural drama NCIS and the 170th episode overall. It originally aired on CBS in the United States on November 16, 2010. The episode is the first of a two-part story arc and continues the long-term storyline within the series of the complex relationship between protagonist Ziva (Cote de Pablo) and her father, Mossad Director Eli David (Michael Nouri). During the first installment, the NCIS team is assigned to protect Eli when he arrives in Washington D.C. for an inter-agency conference and must deal with three Palestinian terrorists who are attempting to assassinate him.
On learning that three Palestinian terrorists are planning an attempt on Eli's life, the NCIS team is designated to protect him during his stay in the United States. The assignment is complicated by Ziva and Eli's estrangement, though she asserts that she can operate as normal, a claim that Gibbs backs. Liat still questions this, and Ziva agrees to a practice exercise to determine if she is fit to defend her father.
Mandi Bierly from Entertainment Weekly wrote, "For viewers, however, those scenes of the joint NCIS-Mossad protection detail running through an ambush scenario in the hotel parking garage, Ziva confronting her father about why he wasn't begging her forgiveness for leaving her for dead in the desert, and the actual ambush itself, were the highlight of the episode."BuddyTV contributor Jacky Jackman enjoyed the Liat and Ziva's interactions and wrote, "The dynamics between the two women is interesting. Ziva extols her achievements with Mossad, but Liat has chops of her own."
Hannah pulls Nellie to the side and tells her that she feels they should have a deeper conversation about reporting the assault, but Nellie disagrees. Nellie notes Gloria's unwillingness to show ID, lack of insurance, and fear of the police, revealing that she strongly suspects Gloria is undocumented. While Hannah tries to assure Nellie there are protections for undocumented immigrants reporting crimes like sexual assault, Nellie explains that based on current events, she understands why Gloria doesn't want to report the incident.
After hearing about these developments, Hannah and Nellie argue the ethics of convincing Gloria to report the assault. Nellie insists that the system can't be trusted to protect Gloria, and while the report would strengthen a case, she gets why Gloria wouldn't jeopardize her and her family's life to report the assault. On the flip side, Hannah argues that Gloria would benefit from pressing charges to help address the lingering trauma that the assault has created. Sweeping the incident under the rug could be dangerous for Gloria's mental health. No one is wrong in this debate. In the end, it's Gloria's call.
A riveting police drama about the men and women of the Chicago Police Department's District 21 who put it all on the line to serve and protect their community. District 21 is made up of two distinctly different groups: the uniformed cops who patrol the beat and go head-to-head with the city's street crimes and the Intelligence Unit that combats the city's major offenses - organized crime, drug trafficking, high profile murders and beyond.
A protective suit is worn by Barry Allen as the Flash to hide his identity from his enemies when he fights crime. It is red and bears golden lightning bolt design on the chest, backed by a white plate.
Barry Allen created the suit from a sophisticated anti-friction material to protect himself when running at superhuman speeds. The suit is composed of silica-based quartz sand fabric, with Bruce Wayne noting that it is the same composite material that NASA uses to protect spaceships during reentry, in order to avoid burning up from the immense air friction encountered when Barry runs, as well as being cold resistant, in the event that it's exposed to extreme temperatures.
As his superhero alter ego the Flash, however, Barry wears a form-fitting red suit that covers his entire body and head. It has a fitted face mask that covers his head, but leaves his mouth and eyes exposed, with there also being wing-shaped earpieces. His body is covered entirely with protection pads scattered across the suit in various places, such as the torso, to better protect Barry, with the joints areas free for movement so he can run with little restriction. There is a white circle with a yellow lightning bolt in the center of the chest.
Dianne is a survivor of the outbreak in AMC's The Walking Dead. She is a resident of the Kingdom and one of Ezekiel's best soldiers. During the war against the Saviors, Dianne continued to serve and protect Ezekiel as a soldier for the Kingdom, and would continue her services for another year.
After the second attack, Dianne is part of a group consisting of Maggie, Jesus, Oscar, Eduardo, and Kal doing a sweep of the Hilltop grounds when they find Alden and Siddiq. Alden alerts the group that several Saviors defected and are trying to close the gates to protect the community from incoming walkers. Dianne and the others then go to assist the Saviors in barricading the gates. The next morning, Dianne is at the graveyard alongside Rick, Michonne, Jerry, Jesus, and Maggie paying her respects to those who were killed in the double attack.
When the Kingdommers confront the Highwaymen later that day, Dianne points her arrow at Ozzy but feels relieved when the opposites groups come to an agreement after Carol offers them a movie in exchange for protecting the roads to the fair. After returning to the Kingdom, Dianne helps the Hilltoppers unpack their supplies for the fair.
He rescued and befriended the Pagan god named Loki and soon went under "witness protection" and he began posing as the Norse trickster god himself. Gabriel described his experience at obtaining a vessel and taking on Loki's form as having a "face transplant." After that, he made quite a name for himself among other Pagan deities, and was in fact known as the famous Norse god, Loki. As Loki he killed people across the world that he deemed to be douchebags, though some he spared to spread the word, and eventually encountered Sam and Dean who foiled his plans on more than one occasion and discovered his true identity. Once Gabriel was exposed, he eventually aided Sam and Dean in stopping the Apocalypse by telling them the secret of the Cage door, but along the way was "killed" by Lucifer. After the fall of the angels, Metatron created an illusion of Gabriel in an effort to deceive Castiel. The false Gabriel claimed that he had been in hiding, but disappeared once Castiel realized the trick. Since then, both Lucifer and God have at separate times stated that they believed Gabriel to be dead.
When God created humans and asked all angels to bow down before them, Gabriel did so whereas Lucifer rebelled. Therefore, having grown tired of watching his brothers fight each other in Heaven, he fled to Earth thousands of years prior to the series. Gabriel loved both his father and brothers, but couldn't choose sides and ran off to the Earth to escape it. As Michael and Lucifer went to war with each other, Gabriel approached Loki for help, wanting out of Heaven. Loki agreed to help Gabriel go into "witness protection".
Gabriel then assumed Loki's appearance and the latter's role of a Pagan trickster. Gabriel then took to embracing the lifestyle of a god and meting out "just desserts" to those he felt deserved punishment. During his time on Earth he becomes a friend to some of the real Pagan deities he encounters, who know him as Loki. At some point, he had a relationship with Kali, and though they broke up he retains feelings for her.
However, Gabriel was waiting for him and creates two beautiful women out of thin air as a peace offering for him. He explains to Dean that he's run into hunters before and that he knows that he and his brother are hunters. Dean tells him that he can't let him keep hurting people, to which Gabriel replies that the people he hurt got what they deserved. Gabriel continues by saying that he likes Dean and Sam and doesn't want to hurt them. He suggests that Dean is free to enjoy the women he's created as long as he wants while he moves on to the next town. When Dean declines, Gabriel says that's too bad and insists that Dean shouldn't have come alone. Dean assures him he didn't and both Sam and Bobby enter the lecture hall with blood-covered wooden stakes in hand.
Gabriel congratulates them and asks the brothers how they figured it out, as they explained what gave him away was how he easily overpowered Castiel and the way he talked about Michael and Lucifer. Dean says that no one gets that angry unless they're talking about their family as Sam asks who he really is. The brothers are not very surprised when he reveals his true identity as the Archangel Gabriel. Gabriel explains to the brothers that he left Heaven and went into "witness protection," becoming a trickster. He explains to Dean and Sam that he loves his father and brothers, but he couldn't take them fighting each other so he left. Sam then tells him to help them stop the Apocalypse, but Gabriel replies that it can't be stopped. He goes on saying that because of them he has to watch his brothers kill each other and he just wants the Apocalypse to be over with and couldn't care less whether Heaven or Hell wins. Gabriel continues saying that what humans call "The Apocalypse" was "Sunday Dinner" for him with his family and that the Apocalypse isn't about a war but about two brothers who loved each other and betrayed each other. He then states that Sam and Dean should be able to relate. The Winchesters are confused by this statement so Gabriel explains Michael, like Dean, is "the big brother" whose "loyal to an absent father" and Lucifer, like Sam, is "the little brother" who's "rebellious to daddy's plan." 59ce067264