Cops Under Fire for Arrest of Naked Black Harvard Student Standing in Busy Street While on Drugs

As usual I believe I hear the sounds of the voices of hysterical Negros in the background, as a naked nog on drugs is tackled and taken into custody by a group of police officers.

The nog is some kind of rocket scientist or whatever. He must be since he’s a student at Harvard. His Africaness couldn’t have anything to do with it, could it?

NBC News

The arrest of a black Harvard student by an officer seen repeatedly punching him in the stomach during an arrest has prompted an investigation and raised questions over the use of police force.

Watch the arrest above and see if you have any questions about police brutality.

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Small White Female Teacher Handcuffed, Arrested by HUGE Black Cop for Speaking Out at School Board Meeting

Watch the disgusting video of the teacher’s arrest embedded at the bottom of this post.

I think she’s white, although her first name is Deyshia. Hell, this is Louisiana, where a fuxated culture results in all sorts of strange outcomes.

In my opinion, the video clearly shows an ape cop taking out his anti-white racism against a tiny female with a light complexion.

Fire the ape!!!

CBS News

ABBEVILLE, La. — A Louisiana teacher who spoke out about teacher pay at a school board meeting was handcuffed by a law officer as she screamed on the floor while the officer tried to gain control of her in a brief struggle. In dramatic video posted by KATC-TV, the teacher yells at the officer that he’d just pushed her to the ground. The officer orders her to “stop resisting.”

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Black Lives Matter Activist Daughter of Eric “I can’t breathe” Garner Dead Following Heart Attack at Age 27

ERICA GARNER. MUST HAVE GOTTEN BAD GENES FROM DEAR OLD DAD ERIC.

New York Post

Erica Garner, whose father Eric became a national symbol of excessive police force after a fatal struggle with cops on Staten Island, died early Saturday, her family said.

Garner, 27, suffered “major brain damage” from a heart attack last weekend.

Bernie Sanders says we’ve lost a great young monkey … er …

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Black Lives Matter Cheerleaders Bring Down a University President with Kneeling Protest

SAM OLEN, PRESIDENT OF KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY. HE DIDN’T LIKE KNEELING NEGRESSES.

A conservative Republican white male of accomplishment has been brought down by five sassy Negresses. Sam Olen has announced that he will resign from the presidency of Kennesaw State University (KSU) early next year.

KSU is located in the beautiful low-lying mountains of North Georgia. Unfortunately, the area is close to Apelanta. Thus, just 58 percent of the students are white, 22 percent black, and the rest made up of browns and yellows.

“Oppressed” black cheergirls, probably too dumb to even be in college by traditional norms, decided to make their oppressed state known to the world by taking a knee during the National Anthem.

What happened next is the meat of the story. Be aware that there’s a huge steaming helping of BS in the way that Yahoo reports the story.

Yahoo

Perhaps you missed it, but a notable chapter in America’s civil rights history took place last week in Georgia.

The Kennesaw State University president, Sam Olens, will officially step down from his post in February in the aftermath of five school cheerleaders kneeling during the national anthem before a September football game.

“I have decided that new leadership will be required for KSU to fully realize its potential,” Olens wrote in an email to faculty and students.

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Six LEOs Swarm, Take Down, and Arrest Liberal Reporter for CURSING

It’s dogpile time in old Virginny. Watch:

The Blaze

Mike Stark, a reporter for the liberal website ShareBlue, was covering a parade that was also attended by Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie.

Stark was standing in the entrance of a parking lot when a police officer told him to get on the sidewalk. The interaction escalated quickly.

The exchange

Two impolite words by Stark left him on the ground struggling against six officers while being handcuffed:

“I’m a f—ing reporter doing my job,” Stark said.

“If you curse again, in front of us, you’re going to jail,” an officer told Stark.

“F— this,” Stark replied.

And off to jail he went, eventually charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

The altercation

The video shows that two officers were initially attempting to put handcuffs on Stark.

One of the officers sweeps Stark’s leg out from under him and takes him to the ground. Four other officers approached and also began restraining him.

One officer appears to press his knee down on Stark’s head while another demands he put one of his arms, which is trapped under his body, behind his back.

The law

Stark learned the hard way that Fairfax County Code 5-1-1 says that “if any person profanely curse or swear or be drunk in public he shall be deemed guilty of a Class 4 misdemeanor.”

It’s unlikely that Fairfax County police often find themselves handcuffing a man on the ground for foul language, but they were legally within their rights to arrest Stark.

Is that ordinance constitutional? Possibly not, at least according to Fairfax criminal defense lawyer Robert Whitestone, who said “There is no question that ‘profanely curse or swear’ has been ruled unconstitutional.”

When you’re ordered to get out of the street and on to the sidewalk, it may be best to obey Officer Friendly. He only has your safety in mind.

Judge Awards $1,000 Each to Black Lives Matters Protesters in Slap in the Face to Cops

DERAY MCKESSON. BLM AGITATOR.

Taxpayers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana are going to be a little bit poorer thanks to a deal that pays Black Lives Matters protesters who were arrested while blocking a highway $1,000 each.

A federal judge signed off on a deal negotiated between BLM and local officials. Someone should have the locals read up on negotiating before stepping into a pile of crap like this deal.

Excerpt from MSN

BATON ROUGE, La. — A federal judge approved a class-action settlement Friday that awards up to $1,000 in cash to dozens of protesters who claim police violated their civil rights and used excessive force in arresting them after a deadly police shooting.

The deal resolves one of several lawsuits against Louisiana law enforcement agencies after a white Baton Rouge police officer shot and killed Alton Sterling, a 37-year-old black man, in July 2016. The shooting was one of several that had fueled a national debate about race and policing.

Black Lives Matter movement leader DeRay Mckesson is among 69 arrested protesters eligible for payments ranging from $500 to $1,000 now that U.S. District Judge John W. deGravelles has given his final approval. The judge, who said the total value of the settlement is about $136,000, ruled from the bench after a hearing that Mckesson and another plaintiff attended.

Police arrested nearly 200 people at protests in Baton Rouge after a white police officer fatally shot Sterling during a struggle outside a convenience store.

The Justice Department investigated the shooting and announced earlier this month that it won’t file criminal charges against the two officers who struggled with Sterling. Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry’s office is investigating whether any state charges are warranted.

The settlement’s class is limited to protesters who were arrested only on charges of obstructing a highway. The local district attorney announced last summer that roughly 100 arrested protesters wouldn’t be prosecuted on that charge.

Besides cash payments, the deal also calls for expunging criminal records free of charge. Plaintiffs’ attorney Roy Rodney Jr. said that is the most important component of the deal because it ensures a criminal record won’t follow the arrested protesters, many of whom are young adults.

A federal magistrate gave preliminary approval to the settlement in May. Nobody formally objected to the deal, but some publicly criticized it. The head of the union that represents Baton Rouge police officers has called the agreement a “slap in the face” and a “dangerous precedent” that could lead to even larger crowds at future protests.

Mckesson and two other arrested protesters were named as plaintiffs in the suit against the city of Baton Rouge and officials from the city’s police department, the local sheriff’s office and the Louisiana State Police. The lawsuit, filed last August and now resolved, claimed police advanced against peaceful protesters while wearing military gear and gas masks and brandishing assault weapons alongside armored vehicles.

Baton Rouge taxpayers should vote all responsible for this outrage out of office and into the unemployment line.

Cities have lawyers on payroll. They get paid whether they litigate or not. Fighting the BLACKmailers would be better than rolling over and playing dead as happened in this instance.

Outrage Building as SC Police Taser 86 Year Old Combative Negro, Putting Him in Intensive Care

ALBERT CHATFIELD, AGE 86. HAS TROUBLE FUNCTIONING SOMETIMES.

No, the outrage isn’t because a Negro had the nerve to attack police officers, whose race has not been verified. The outrage is because the police used a taser on him.

I guess next time, to save trouble, they should just shoot the SOB?

According to Albert Chatfield’s fambly, he dindu nuffins.

Herald Online

WILLIAMSBURG COUNTY, SC
An 86-year-old South Carolina man was in intensive care Thursday after being shocked with a Taser by a Kingstree police officer during a traffic stop, according to an attorney representing the motorist.

Albert Chatfield was taken to McLeod Regional Medical Center in Florence on Monday with a broken nose, lacerations to his face and head and bleeding in three spots on his brain, said state Rep. Justin Bamberg, an attorney who is representing Chatfield.

Kingstree Police Chief James Barr Jr. said an officer used the Taser after Chatfield exited his vehicle, began yelling at officers, and started stepping backward towards traffic.

Officers stopped Chatfield after a 911 caller reported just before 8 a.m. Monday that a driver in a white SUV was tailgating a car and not allowing the driver to turn, Barr told The State newspaper on Thursday. Two officers in separate patrol cars spotted Chatfield’s white Ford Explorer in the town limits.

Barr said he would not identify the officers involved, citing the ongoing investigation. However, officer Stephen Sweikata wrote in an incident report that he pursued Chatfield. A copy of the incident report was provided to The State newspaper.

Chatfield is black. The report does not indicate the race of the two Kingstree officers.

Sweikata saw Chatfield’s SUV and started to make a U-turn to follow him, but Chatfield made a U-turn to avoid the officer, the report states.

“Mr. Chatfield took them on a quarter-of-a-mile chase before he stopped,” Barr said. “Once his vehicle came to a stop, he jumped out of his vehicle and headed toward law enforcement in a rage. Officers were giving him commands to stand down and stop.”

Chatfield continued yelling at the officers on the side of the road and “took up a fighting stance” against Sweikata, the report states.

“He was just hollering, really not making sense,” Barr said.

Sweikata deployed his Taser on Chatfield, with the prongs striking Chatfield in the chest and rib areas, the report states. Barr said the officer shocked Chatfield for one five-second cycle.

Chatfield fell onto his back, was handcuffed and moved away from traffic, according to Barr and the incident report. He appeared to be disoriented but was still responsive and communicating when EMS arrived, Barr said.

The incident report describes Chatfield as 5-foot-9 and 173 pounds. When asked why the officers did not physically subdue Chatfield, Barr said the Taser was the last resort because of Chatfield’s stance toward officers and the danger he posed to himself by stepping closer to traffic. No charges have been filed.

Bamberg, the attorney representing Chatfield, said his client was not armed and never fought with the officers.

“Unless the officers reasonably felt that Mr. Chatfield was a threat of serious bodily injury to themselves or to a third party, they should not have tased him in the first place,” he said.

He noted that the incident report says Chatfield was “walking/jogging” backward in the lanes of traffic, and questioned how he could be aggressive with officers if he was backing away from them.

“It’s my understanding he was never close enough to touch anybody, nor did he act like he was about to attack anybody,” Bamberg said. “He just wasn’t listening.”

Chatfield was taken to Williamsburg Regional Hospital and later airlifted to McLeod Regional Medical Center.

At McLeod, Chatfield was put into a medically-induced coma, which he is now out of, Bamberg said. He cannot talk beyond mumbles and groans, and has a pacemaker which doctors are still testing to see if it was damaged by the Taser.

“Him being tased did not cause the medical condition that he was having,” Barr said. “He was having some preexisting conditions that the family knew some of.”

Chatfield’s daughter told a doctor at Williamsburg Regional that her father “had acted out with her” Saturday, and that she believed he was not taking his prescribed medication, according to the police incident report.

“At 86 years old, he’s in his right mind most of the time but he will also have periods of confusion or paranoia,” Bamberg said. “That is what they are referring to with regard to his condition.”

Each officer was wearing a body camera that was working and activated during the traffic stop, Barr said. There also is dashcam footage of the incident, he said.

Barr said no footage will be released while the case is under investigation. The State newspaper has requested a copy of the footage under the state’s Freedom of Information Act.

Kingstree, a town of about 3,200 residents, is located about 80 miles east of Columbia.