Enjoy your sh*t meal, little fellers!
When ISIS cop Mohammed Noor decided to murder Justine Damond, he probably hadn’t thought far enough ahead to reason out the consequences.
One of those consequences is that, as laid out in an earlier post today (scroll down the homepage to read it), Police Chief Janee Harteau resigned at the request of Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges.
Is there a white man anywhere in Minneapolis now???!!!
Betsy Hodges is engineering the ultimate cover up of a very public murder. She can’t be allowed to get away with it.
She’s running for reelection and is trying to quash any real investigation of Noor’s act of murder.
Protesters have shouted down Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges at her City Hall news conference to discuss the resignation of the city’s police chief.
Hodges was reading a statement about the departure of Chief Janee Harteau when a small group of protesters walked in and disrupted the event Friday night. They waved signs with the phrases “Messy Betsy” and “You are next” on them and chanted “Bye-bye Betsy.”
One man wore a cap with “Philando” on it, referring to black motorist Philando Castile, who was shot to death last year by a suburban officer during a traffic stop.
Hodges eventually gave up and left.
Harteau resigned almost a week after a Minneapolis officer shot an unarmed Australian woman, Justine Diamond, who had called 911 to report a possible sexual assault. Hodges had asked for the resignation, saying neither she nor the city’s residents had confidence in the chief.
Hodges faces several challengers for re-election this fall.
Here’s the press conference. The smug bitch brags disgustingly for the first two minutes or so. Just before the 3 minute mark, the ape rebellion begins:
She just put a Negroid gentleman in as the new police chief. Unbelievable! Is there no end to the stupid political correctness that defines the zoo called Minneapolis!
Common sense won a small victory in Minneapolis yesterday. There’s still a lot of work to do to clean out the Affirmative Action incompetents who infest the city.
With Chief Janee Harteau having resigned now, will she have the guts to tell the truth about the ISIS Negro who murdered Justine Damond? The FBI needs to question her intensely and drag the truth out of her. And they need to question Mohammed Noor, who refuses to say one damn word about the murder he committed.
The Minneapolis police chief has resigned following the fatal shooting of an Australian woman by a police officer.
Chief Janee Harteau stepped down Friday, just a day after making her first remarks on the death of 40-year-old Justine Damond. Damond was shot Saturday night by an officer responding to her 911 call about a possible sexual assault in the alley behind her house.
A statement from the city says Harteau quit at the request of Mayor Betsy Hodges.
Mayor Betsy Hodges needs to go too. She can blame Harteau, but she’s the one preaching inclusion and diversity.
Harteau was out of the city in the days after the shooting. She said Thursday she had been on personal time and was in touch with her command staff.
The chief and Hodges had recently clashed over Harteau’s appointment of an inspector in a critical precinct. Text messages between the two showed Hodges was angry over lack of notice about the appointment.
Police have been searching everywhere for the body of pretty Danielle Stislicki, but have come up empty so far. If her killer dumped her in the river, she may never be found, which will make prosecuting Floyd Galloway, Jr., the person of interest in the case, more difficult.
Floyd is being held on attempted rape charges that involve another woman. Danielle had the misfortune to work at an office where Floyd was a security guard. His job included walking women employees to their cars after dark.
Floyd’s white wife certainly attests to his interest in white women, as does his alleged sex attack on a park jogger.
And so if this case goes down as expected, another white woman has had her life snuffed out by a worthless ape.
BERKLEY, Mich. – Livonia police officers searched the home of the person of interest in Danielle Stislicki’s disappearance in connection with a sexual assault case at Hines Park, the Local 4 Defenders learned.
A heavy police presence gathered at Floyd Galloway’s Berkley home on Oxford Street with a search warrant in hand. They have a list of what they’re looking for, but can’t say exactly what because the warrant is sealed.
Sources told the Defenders that there were certain items they wanted to find in relation to the attack of a woman who was jogging on Sept. 4, 2016, in Hines Park.
Galloway is accused of wrapping his arms around the jogger’s neck and striking her on the side of her face. She struggled with him as he attempted to drag her toward the Rouge River.
Police said Galloway tried to remove her clothing and told her that he wanted to have sex with her.
The woman was able to fight him off and run away. She flagged down a motorist and used his phone to call police. Officers weren’t able to find the attempted rapist, but an artist’s sketch led to Galloway being taken into custody.
Galloway was arrested June 27, and police named him a person of interest in Stislicki’s disappearance.
On Thursday, police executed the search warrant at Galloway’s house and when they went inside, the house was cleared out. The home was empty with a home surveillance system left.
After they searched Galloway’s home in Berkley, police headed to a house in Royal Oak, where Galloway had lived with his wife and her mother the past few months. The home is on Benjamin Avenue.
There was no answer when the Local 4 Defenders went to the home, but police asked Galloway’s wife for other items they were searching for and she gave them to officers.
Sources told the Defenders they were described as “items of potential interest.”
Overall, police described Galloway’s wife as “pretty uncooperative.” She was contacted when they arrived at the Berkley home, and told her they could bust down the door or she could let them in. She let them in and then led them to the Royal Oak home, where she handed over the items police were looking for.
She still stands in support of her husband.
Police confiscated items at the Royal Oak home of Floyd Galloway’s mother-in-law.
Witnesses said police took items out of Galloway’s wife’s car near the passenger seat.
Livonia police said everything will be laid out Aug. 1 when Galloway is in court for a preliminary exam.
The Berkley home had been searched before by Farmington Hills police in connection with Stislicki’s disappearance, and officers removed a mattress, floorboards and a car from the home.
People naturally trust a security guard because of the uniform. First in Minneapolis and now in Michigan, we see that you can’t trust a Nigger in a uniform. Thus, we repeat the mantra: Avoid the groid. Around blacks, never relax.
“Justine didn’t have to die.”
No sh*t, Sherlock.
I’m sure it’s brilliant observations like that one that caused Minneapolis to make Janee Harteau its police chief.
Harteau spoke after finally making it back from her vacation.
And so now the public has gotten to hear her absolute bull**** response to the murder of Australia’s Justine Damond by a Muslim cop from Somalia–another AA hire.
Nothing less than an indictment for first-degree murder is acceptable. If a white cop had shot and killed a Negro thug in the manner in which Mohammed Noor killed Justine, that indictment would already have been issued.
Let’s keep the pressure on Minneapolis and let’s hope that Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull is still working to get answers.
MINNEAPOLIS — Five days after the police shooting of Justine Damond in south Minneapolis, Police Chief Janee Harteau spoke publicly for the first time, CBS Minnesota reports.
Harteau has been out of town since Saturday’s shooting, but returned to work on Thursday.
The Australian native was shot to death by a Minneapolis police officer Saturday night, after she called police to get help for a woman she thought was being attacked in an alley near her home. She then dialed 911 to make sure authorities were responding to the correct address, CBS Minnesota reports. Damond was shot as she came up to the squad’s driver side window, by Officer Mohamed Noor.
The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) is conducting the investigation. Harteau said she’s asked that the process be expedited to provide transparency.
Harteau has been under growing pressure to speak out about her department’s officer involved shooting, with some in community questioning why she wouldn’t cut her vacation short and return with answers. Harteau addressed reporters just after 5 p.m., saying she was backpacking in the mountains, making it very difficult to return sooner. She said she had spoken with Damond’s fiance Don on Thursday morning.
Though she defended Noor’s training, Harteau says the shooting “did not have to happen” and that Noor’s actions “go against who we are in the department.”
“Justine didn’t have to die. Based on the BCA information, this should not have happened. We’re talking about the actions of one individual,” Harteau said.
Harteau also said the body cameras, which were not on at the time of the shooting, should have been activated. Likewise, squad car cameras did not capture what happened.
Noor’s partner, Matthew Harrity, told investigators that he and Noor heard a loud noise immediately before Damond approached the squad car.
The police chief was told by Damond’s fiance that people are scared to call 911 following the deadly incident, CBS News’ Jamie Yuccas reports.
The police chief is working to regain the community’s trust at this point and the chief reassured Damond’s family that she will do everything in her power to make sure justice is served for Damond, Yuccas reports.
Noor has been on the force for 21 months, while Harrity has been an officer for one year.
Damond, 40, was a yoga teacher and meditation instructor. Originally from Australia, she was slated to be married next month.
Earlier this week, Harteau called Damond’s death “clearly tragic.” She said that she, like the rest of the public, was awaiting answers as to what happened Saturday night.
CBS Minnesota also obtained a statement from Noor’s attorney, Tom Plunkett. He says Noor has no plans to talk with investigators.
Noor could still be forced to if police ordered a “garrity” — where an employee can be ordered to give a statement.
Plunkett said he will ask for a coroner’s report from an outside lab on Damond.
Why order Noor to talk. He’s going to lie anyway. We’s spent a lot of time commenting here and we have it pretty well figured out. You can bet the politicians in Minneapolis do too, but it just wouldn’t be politically correct to charge a Nigger from Somalia with murder.
But we’re stronger than they are and we’re not letting go.
The great detective Mark Fuhrman, whose use of the word “Nigger” cost him his career in law enforcement, has weighed in on the granting of parole to murderer O. J. Simpson by Nevada authorities. Furhman was present at the parole hearing. His professional observations are highly credible.
Former Los Angeles Police Detective Mark Fuhrman said “the fix was in” regarding whether O.J. Simpson would be paroled.
Fuhrman said he was “shocked” at how Simpson carried himself during the hearing, arguing with the parole board about the facts of his robbery/kidnapping case.
Fuhrman said the detective who investigated the 2007 Las Vegas robbery involving Simpson told him that the former NFL star knew there were guns present.
Simpson told the board otherwise.
He said Simpson also lied about the memorabilia and family photos being “his” property.
“The parole board was lied to, but it didn’t matter,” Fuhrman said. “The fix was in. They were going to parole him.”
“You’re seeing a classic sociopath, a narcissist – maybe even a psychopath,” Fuhrman said.
“He cut the mother-of-his-children’s … throat almost through all the way to cut her head off,” he added. “It boggles my mind how a man could actually live with that.”
Simpson was officially acquitted of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman – famously represented by the “dream team” of Johnnie Cochran, Robert Kardashian, F. Lee Bailey and Robert Shapiro.
Fuhrman said he doubts that Simpson will abide by his parole for the requisite five years.
I was going to post a photo of O. J.’s handiwork here, but the police photos of the bodies of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson are too much.
An animal like O. J. won’t be able to stay out of trouble, as Furhman suggests. If the world gets lucky, someone will kill the bastard the way he killed his victims.