Police have released a dramatic dashcam video that shows a 17-year-old pulling a gun and firing it at cops before officers shoot him dead in Arkansas.
Big Haitian Negro Pedro Pierre should have stayed in Haiti.
Instead, he put his life at risk by moving to the world’s most racist country.
Every single day thousands of blacks are lynched, shot, burned alive, gang raped by midget Mexican queers employed by the government, tortured by Catholic clergymen on thousands of racks in churches across America, and gassed like Jews in a Black Holocaust.
Pedro should be thankful he was only shot. Those Mexican midgets would have made a mess of his b*tthole.
Watch a short MP4 bodycam video below of Pedro biting the dust. There’s also a four minute youtube showing the entire incident.
Security and body camera footage released Friday shows the moments leading up to a father-of-five being shot by police.
Pedro Pierre was killed by a sheriff’s deputy in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on Wednesday when police responded to a disturbance at an apartment.
The footage from the officer’s body camera footage shows the deputy entering an apartment and running into the 42-year-old.
The two then get into a fight, with the officer using a taser and baton to attempt to subdue Pierre before a second officer intervenes and shoots Pierre dead.
Muh Negress was livestreaming during the confrontation that Philando had with a police officer. She kept livestreaming after he was dead.
For all Diamond Reynold’s indifference and subsequent LIES, the taxpayer is left holding a bag of sh*t.
H/T to D for putting me on to this story.
Excerpt from The Maven
St. Anthony, MN – Diamond Reynolds, the girlfriend of Philando Castile who was repeatedly caught lying about the shooting, was awarded settlements that total $800,000 on Tuesday night.
The St. Anthony City Council unanimously voted to pay Reynolds and her 4-year-old daughter $675,000 for “emotional distress,” KSTP reported.
The City of Roseville and the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust will pay her an additional $125,000.
As a result of the settlement, no further legal proceedings regarding the shooting can be opened in the future, KSTP reported.
“If we don’t approve this and we go ahead with litigation, it would just reopen the whole case again and bring heartache to everyone involved,” St. Anthony Mayor Jerry Faust told CBS.
“It is best to settle, and this will resolve all civil litigation stemming from the incident on July 6, 2016, and it opens the door to continued healing within our community,” he said.
Reynolds, whose daughter was with her in the car when Castile was shot, issued a statement on Tuesday night.
“While no amount of money can change what happened, bring Philando back, or erase the pain that my daughter and I continue to suffer, I do hope that closing this chapter will allow us to get our lives back and move forward,” she said.
According to KSTP, the settlement is not an admission of guilt on behalf of any of the involved parties.
Reynolds is facing felony assault charges for an unrelated incident where she allegedly attacked a woman with a hammer.
According to CBS News, Reynolds and the other two women, Chnika Blair, 18, and Dyamond Richardson, 25, were arrested March 2, after the victim reported the attack to the police.
Castile was shot and killed during a July, 2016 traffic stop by former St. Anthony Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez.
The media went wild with its reporting of the case, largely due to a false narrative by Reynolds, who live streamed only what happened after the incident – not what led up to it or what occurred during it.
Diamond Reynolds lied after Castile was shot and said that he didn’t have any criminal history.
After the shooting Reynolds also lied by claiming that she was Castile’s fiance, when she wasn’t. She claimed that she was held overnight by the police, when she was only interviewed for two hours before an officer bought her groceries and took her home. And Reynolds claimed that police didn’t provide first aid to Castile, when they did.
However, dash cam video that was released told the true story of what occurred.
During the traffic stop, Castile told Officer Yanez that he had a gun. Officer Yanez can be heard in the video telling him several times not to reach for it, not to “pull it out.”
Castile told Officer Yanez, “I don’t have to reach for it,” and reached in the area where the gun was, despite multiple commands not to.
Officer Yanez shot Castile after he ignored orders and reached towards his gun.
A jury acquitted Officer Yanez of all charges involving the shooting of Castile after 27 hours of deliberation on June 16. Shortly afterward, the city of St. Anthony announced that Officer Yanez would never be allowed to return to work.
Burn the coal, pay the toll.
This is my feel good video of the day. The police officer is to be commended for excellent shooting.
Published on Nov 16, 2017
Man shot dead by police after holding wife to gunpoint
Cop frees hostage with high-risk shot: Moment officer kills man holding his wife at gunpoint in Las Vegas
The footage shows David Nesheiwat pointing a gun at Phillip Pitts, 41, who is holding his wife and pointing a gun at her outside a shop in Pyle Avenue
He orders him to drop the gun and get away from his wife before firing four shots
The woman was injured in the shooting while Pitts later died in hospital
In the clip, police officer David Nesheiwat is seen pointing a gun at Phillip Pitts, 41, who is holding his wife and pointing a gun at her outside a shop in Pyle Avenue
After warning the man to step away from his wife, he fires four shots, and Pitts falls to the ground
Pitts’ wife, who has not been named, was also injured in the shooting
The couple were rushed to University Medical Center where the man died. The woman had to have surgery but is expected to survive
Once again a white man is being hailed as a hero. Given the way that the media slanders white men, let’s enjoy the praise being heaped on one of our brothers.
More on this story can be found by consulting the posts linked in the right hand column on the homepage.
Now, let’s meet our hero.
The NYPD officer who shot the alleged terrorist who used a rental truck to mow down pedestrians in Manhattan, killing at least eight people and injuring nearly a dozen others, has been identified by a local councilman as Ryan Nash of the First Precinct.
According to NYC Councilman Joe Borelli, Nash sprung into action and shot 29-year-old suspect Sayfullo Saipov in the abdomen, and stopping the rampage.
Nash is being hailed a hero after he and other officers were the first ones on the scene in Tribeca. Borelli named Nash in several tweets saying he’s “the hero cop the world should be talking about,” and adding “Police officer Ryan Nash risked his life to save others.”
Investigators worked through the night to determine what led the suspect to use a truck to plow down people on a riverfront bike path near the World Trade Center, brandishing a pellet gun and a paint gun and yelling “Allahu Akbar” as his deadly route of terror ended with a crash, authorities say. They were able to question him in the hospital, where he remained in critical condition but stable condition Wednesday. Investigators said he’s “proud” of what he did and shows no remorse.
A note was found inside the truck that translated to read “ISIS lives forever,” a senior official briefed on the investigation told NBC 4 New York. A source said a knife was also recovered from inside the truck.
Five Argentinians and a Belgian were among the killed in the attack. A sixth Argentinian, Martín Ludovico Marro, is at New York-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital with injuries. He is from Newtown, Massachusetts.
NYC Halloween Parade Marches on Despite Tribeca Attack
Three other Belgians were inured. The The German government says a German citizen is also among the injured.
Heavy offers more information about hero Ryan Nash in its 5 Fast Facts format.
More photos of Ryan are posted at Heavy, including this one:
K9 OFFICER RENO RECOVERING LAST MONTH.
The Sacramento Police Department recently released body cam video of the arrest that caused K9 Officer Reno to be severely cut as the suspect resisted officer’s efforts to subdue him.
The wetback who knifed Reno was shot by police and is unfortunately recovering.
The Sacramento Police Department has released body-worn camera footage of the Sept. 11 incident that injured police K-9 Reno.
The footage, released Oct. 9, shows a man identified by police as Fernando Sanchez, 42, driving a truck at high speed through the security gate of the William J. Kinney Police Facility on 3550 Marysville Boulevard. Sanchez sped through the parking lot, hitting a parked patrol vehicle, and out onto Rosalind Street, where he collided with the front gate of a residence, police say.
Reno was then deployed as the suspect began to flee the vehicle. Sanchez fought Reno off multiple times, authorities say, and the dog suffered two large cuts on his abdomen.
Reno was immediately transported to the VCA Sacramento Veterinary Referral Center, where he had surgery on Sept. 12 following the brawl, according to police. The police video shows officers administering first aid to Reno on the way to the veterinary hospital.
Reno survived the incident and remains at the VCA center recovering.
Sanchez was shot by Sacramento police Officer Matthew Nichols during the apprehension. He is recovering from his injuries and is expected to survive, according to police. He was booked into the Sacramento County jail on Sept. 15 under suspicion of robbery, attempted carjacking, assault with a deadly weapon, evading, felony vandalism and malicious mischief.
Fox News reports that fag Scout Schultz (Jewish?) refused to drop a knife over the weekend when confronted by police.
ATLANTA – Police have given the all-clear after violent protest broke out at Georgia Tech.
Viewer video from the protest showed smoke and students yelling. Another video shows a police car in flames.
The protests erupted after supporters of Scout Schultz, who was killed by campus police over the weekend, gathered to mourn the Georgia Tech student’s death.
Channel 2’s Justin Wilfon said multiple agencies remained at the scene late Monday night after things appeared to calm down.
Georgia Tech confirmed to Wilfon that two Georgia Tech police officers had minor injuries from the protests. One of those officers was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital. The officers are expected to be OK.
Police arrested three people involved in the protests. They have been charged with inciting a riot and battery of an officer.
“They sent us to seek shelter, the police department,” witness Ammar Hawa told Wilfon.
Hawa shot video of the Georgia Tech police cruiser as it burned. Wilfon found the burned-out vehicle on the side of the street after it was distinguished.
The violence erupted two nights after Schultz was shot and killed by a Georgia Tech police officer.
A witness told Wilfon he saw protesters clashing with police, and that at one point they responded with at least one smoke bomb.
“The police department was fighting with them actually. I saw some police officers put them in the ground,” Hawa said.
Later, Wilfon saw a Georgia Tech officer being loaded onto an ambulance with an apparent head injury.
Just an hour earlier across campus, students held a peaceful vigil to remember Schultz.
“Scout you will be missed and you will never be forgotten,” one student said about Schultz.
Among the mourners, Schultz’s father, Bill, who hopes Scout’s work as a leader in the campus pride group will live on.
“I had no idea how many students looked up to Scout as a leader and it’s obvious Scout leaves a huge hole here on this campus,” Bill Schultz told Wilfon following the vigil.
One less sodomite is no great loss to society. There is a lesson to be learned, though. Don’t pull a knife on cops unless you want to be dead. Scout, like all crazy sodomites, probably committed suicide by cop.
Schultz, a fourth-year computer engineering major and the president of the Georgia Tech Pride Alliance, preferred the pronouns “they” and “them” rather than “him” or “her” and identified as bisexual and non-binary–according to a Pride Alliance profile online, reports USA Today.
Scout allegedly was armed with a knife and refused to put the weapon down when officers urged them multiple times to do so. Videos taken by witnesses showed Schultz, who appeared to be barefoot, holding an object in their hand, WSB-TV reported. The student then was seen yelling, “shoot me” to the officers.
“Drop the knife! Drop the knife!” the officers were heard shouting back.
“Nobody wants to hurt you … Drop the knife,” an officer said again, ordering him to put the weapon down.
Another video showed Schultz walking forward before an officer fired his gun at Schultz. Georgia Bureau of Investigation spokeswoman Nelly Miles said the officer shot the student after Schultz “continued to advance on the officers with the knife.”