White Cop Michael Slager Sentenced to 20 Years for Justifiable Shooting of Negro Walter Scott


American political prisoner Michael Slager, the white cop who shot and killed unarmed Negro Walter Scott, will be spending the best years of his life behind bars.

Slager’s downfall was the result of a cell phone video taken by a bystander that shows Slager firing at Scott as he ran away to try to evade arrest.

I’ve watched the video numerous times. I clearly see Scott struggling with Slager. I also see Scott trying to grab Slager’s gun at one point, before breaks free of Slager’s grasp and tries to make a run for it.

The Negro gods who rule America demanded a sacrifice and Michael Sager was it. The family of the deceased moron was awarded $6.5 million in a settlement with the city over his death.

ABC News

Former South Carolina police officer Michael Slager was sentenced today to 20 years in prison for the deadly shooting of unarmed black man Walter Scott.

U.S. District Judge David Norton ruled that Slager committed second-degree murder and obstruction of justice, when he shot and killed 50-year-old Scott in 2015. The second-degree murder ruling came with a recommended 19 to 24 year sentence.

Over the last two years I have seven posts on this case, including this one on the $6.5 million payout.


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Latino Gang Member Pleads Guilty to Federal Hate Crime Charges in First Case Involving “Transgender” Victim

A Latino was afraid his gang would find out about his sexual relationship with a so-called trans woman. Thus, he decided to kill her rather than be injured or killed by his gang.

How can a homo or bisexual male who’s been having sex with a tranny be viewed as hating trannies? It makes no sense. But now the feds can charge anyone with injuring or killing a tranny by calling it a hate crime.

The Latino was found guilty in a state court and will serve a life sentence on state murder charges. Thus, the federal hate crime charge isn’t going to affect him.

It will change the legal environment for anyone else who fights back against an attack by a mentally ill male wearing a dress and makeup.

The American police state rejoiced today.


The man accused of the 2015 killing a teenager in George County has pleaded guilty to first federal hate crime in the U.S. for the death of the transgender woman.

Josh Vallum entered the guilty plea for the death of 17-year-old Mercedes Williams on Wednesday. According to information from the court, Vallum chose to “waive prosecution by indictment and consent to prosecution by Bill of Information.”

According to recently unsealed court documents, Vallum “willfully caused bodily injury” to Williams because of her “actual and perceived gender identity.

The teenager was found buried in a wooded area near Odom Rd in the Rocky Creek Community on June 2, 2015. Vallum, who turned himself in the same day she was found, was sentenced to life in prison by the state court in July 2016.

“Our nation’s hate crime statutes advance one of our fundamental beliefs: that no one should have to live in fear because of who they are,” said Attorney General Lynch. “Today’s landmark guilty plea reaffirms that basic principle, and it signals the Justice Department’s determination to combat hate crimes based on gender identity. While Mississippi convicted the defendant on murder charges, we believe in the fundamental value of identifying and prosecuting these bias-fueled incidents for what they are: acts of hate. By holding accountable the perpetrator of this heinous deed, we reinforce our commitment to ensuring justice for all Americans.”

According to the Department of Justice, Vallum and Williams began dating around late spring / early summer of 2014. Vallum, a member of the Almighty Latin Kings and Queens Nation gang, knew that Williams was born a male and kept the nature of his relationship a secret from family and friends. Vallum told officials that he feared he would be in danger if other Latin King members found out, as homosexual activities were prohibited in the gang.

The pair broke up around August or September 2014, having no further contact until May 2015. After learning a friend found out about the relationship, Vallum decided to kill the teenager on May 28.

Vallum picked Williams up from her Alabama home, he used false pretenses to get her in his car and driver her to Mississippi. After arriving at his father’s house in Lucedale, Vallum stunned the teen with a stun gun and repeatedly stabbed her with a pocket knife.

When the victim ran away, Vallum chased and stabbed her again multiple times, including what he thought was a fatal stab to the head. When Vallum went back to his car, Williamson tried yet again to flee. Vallum got a hammer from his trunk, and hit the teen in the head repeatedly until she died.

After attempting to get rid of the murder weapons, Vallum lied and told police he killed the woman after learning she was transgender. On Dec. 21, Vallum admitted that he lied and would not have killed her if she had not been transgender.

“Hate crime has no place in our society, especially by those targeting victims solely for their sexual orientation or identity,” said Special Agent in Charge Freeze. “This guilty plea will go towards demonstrating hate crime will not be tolerated in the United States. The FBI will continue to work with our law enforcement partners to vigorously investigate hate crimes and bring those to justice who violate the civil rights of our citizens.”

Vallum faces life in prison and a $250,000 fine. The DOJ noted that the government was able to charge him with a federal hate crime because Mississippi does not have a hate crimes statute that protects people based on gender identity.

The Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevent Action of 2009 (18 U.S.C. § 249) was passed by Congress in 2009, and enacted in 2010.

I have a feeling that this guy isn’t going to be able to come up with the $250,000 fine. And a second life sentence is meaningless as well. The danger to the rest of us revolves around being found innocent in state court and then having to face federal charges.

Closing Arguments Begin in Murder Trial of White Cop Who Killed Negro Resisting Arrest After Traffic Stop

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Officer Michael Slager is a political prisoner, undergoing a Stalinesque show trial designed to keep blacks quiet and send a message to police officers that #blacklivesmatter.

When he killed black man Michael Scott he was just doing his job. If Scott had not attacked Slager, Scott would be alive today.

As this post is published, a South Carolina jury is deciding Michael Slager’s fate. Will it return a verdict of murder, a lesser charge, or not guilty? Stay tuned.

ABC News

Closing arguments are underway this afternoon in the state trial of former police officer Michael Slager, who is accused of murdering an unarmed black man in South Carolina last year.

Slager, who is white, is accused of killing Walter Scott at a traffic stop on April 4, 2015, in North Charleston while Slager was an officer with the city’s police department.

Witness video that surfaced shortly after the deadly encounter appears to show the moment Slager fatally shot Scott as he ran away. The video garnered national attention, propelling Slager into the spotlight. He was fired from the force after the shooting, according to The Associated Press.

Slager has pleaded not guilty to murder. His attorneys have said the witness video doesn’t show the whole struggle between Slager and Scott, and does not give the perspective of events from Slager’s point of view.

In this state trial, the jury can now also consider a voluntary manslaughter charge, officials told ABC News today. The voluntary manslaughter charge was requested by the prosecution and the judge allowed it based on testimony he heard during the trial.

“The court must let the jury decide if the force used was reasonable,” Judge Clifton Newman said today. “That’s the essence of the case.”

In the prosecution’s closing arguments, Solicitor Scarlett Wilson described murder and voluntarily manslaughter. She said murder involves malice, which “has to be in the mind before the shots are fired.” She said malice is a feeling and an emotion. Voluntarily manslaughter, meanwhile, “is an unlawful killing in the heat of passion,” Wilson said.

Wilson said jurors must decide the difference between heat of passion and malice “because from a distance they can look the same.”

She also discussed reasonable doubt.

“There are a lot of things that ‘beyond a reasonable doubt’ does not mean,” Wilson said. “The judge will give you an instruction and you’ll see that it’s the kind of doubt that [makes] you hesitant to act.

“It means that it’s proof beyond a reasonable doubt when we have proven our case, not beyond every doubt, not beyond a shadow of a doubt, but a reasonable doubt,” Wilson said.

She said reason is used because “in life, it’s almost impossible to prove things beyond all doubt 100 percent.”

Wilson told the jurors to look at reasonable doubt as proof that leaves them “firmly convinced of the defendant’s guilt.”

Wilson closed by praising the jury. “Y’all have been remarkably alert. Y’all have been remarkably attentive,” she said. “We know that we made the right decision. … We know that you can do this. You can get it right.”

The defense is addressing the jury now.

Ahead of closing arguments, jurors spent this morning at the scene of the shooting.

On Monday, Slager testified in his own defense, saying that Scott was a threat and that he kept shooting him until the threat was over.

Slager also faces a federal trial, which is scheduled for next year.

Use the search box and you’ll see that this site originally covered the Slager shooting of Scott at the time. Photos clearly show Scott wrestling with Slager, trying to take his pistol from his holster. They also show that Scott was not stopped when Slager fired his taser at Scott. The problem for Slager is that Scott was shot while running away–shot in the back.