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.
We’ve all seen enough videos of “innocent” Dindus fighting with police to be skeptical of any claims that police brutality toward blacks is a real issue in America.
An update was posted three minutes ago as I write these words. I’ve added it to the post, following the main facts.
Family members and activists in Alabama are questioning the use of force by cops in the arrest of a teen, who is recovering “slowly and painfully” from his injuries.
Ulysses Wilkerson’s mother, Angela Williams, posted a picture of her son’s battered face on Facebook in wake of Saturday night’s incident in Troy. The photo has been shared 80,000 times.
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.
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.
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.
That meme above offended some, but you can bet that others laughed because they found it to be funny.
Facebook is a career killer, for sure. People must learn not to be stupid on social media, which leaves a digital fingerprint.
An assistant police chief in Estherwood, La., has resigned from his position after sharing an outwardly racist and threatening meme on his Facebook page.
Wayne Welsh of the Estherwood Police Department shared a post Sunday, July 30, showing an image of a white woman holding a young child’s head underwater in a bathtub with the caption, “When’s your daughter’s first crush is a little Negro boy.”
The image sparked immediate backlash, as social media users quickly snapped screenshots of the law enforcement officer’s post and shared it across the internet. Local station KATC initially declined to release Welsh’s identity, but internet users managed to snag it before his Facebook page was made private.
Estherwood’s police chief Ernest Villejoin said he was dumbfounded when he saw the offensive post.
“When I found out about it, I couldn’t believe I had to call him,” Villejoin told news station KADN earlier this week. “I called him at work and asked him what the hell is going on?”
“He’d done it,” the police chief added. “He said it and he realized what he had done after he done it and he deleted it — but it was too late.”
Villejoin later confirmed to The Huffington Post that Welsh had stepped down from his position, noting that “the situation had been taken care of.”
The Louisiana man has since issued an apology, yet made it clear he doesn’t believe he did anything to warrant his resignation.
“I just don’t feel like I should have to resign on this because there is not a policy saying I can’t do this on Facebook,” he told KADN. “To me, I’m not racist, and I knew it wasn’t. It was picture that everybody shared and you can get on anybody’s [Facebook] and still see it. It’s still there, but I was wrong for sharing it for being a police officer.”
Welsh also took to his Facebook page to say, “I posted something on Facebook that made a lot of people mad/ Well, I’m sorry for what happen. Ya have a blessed day.”
This isn’t the assistant police chief’s first time posting offensive content, however. A social media user pulled up a post from Welsh’s page earlier this year that made disparaging remarks about Muslims in burqas.
KATC reported that Estherwood’s city council decided this week that it would not address Welsh’s controversial post, arguing that city leaders have no authority over the local police department.
To reiterate what I believe would be a fair policy in keeping with American tradition and freedom of speech: No one should be fired or have to resign for jokes or other nonthreatening political statements.
Every time a cop kills a black thug Black Lives Matter raises a stink. What’s different this time is that they went to the cop’s house to protest (really, to agitate). The police union president responded with harsh words toward BLM, something rarely seen.
Excerpt from NBC Philadelphia
Philadelphia cops held a rally of their own Thursday night in response to a protest last week by local Black Lives Matter activists outside the home of a cop identified in a fatal civilian shooting.
The rally was held at the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5 headquarters and featured several speakers. Emotions quickly escalated and FOP President John McNesby made one jarring statement.
“When you go to work each day, you shouldn’t have to worry that a pack of rabid animals will suddenly show up at your home and openly threaten your family,” he told the gathered crowd of a couple hundred people, according to WHYY.
That “pack” he referred to is the dozen or so activists who protested last Thursday outside the Northeast Philadelphia house of Officer Ryan Pownall. He has been identified by the police department as the officer who shot David Jones in the back as Jones ran from a confrontation with Pownall in June.
Philly FOP Wins Right to Challenge Release of Cops’ Names
McNesby went on to describe the protesters as “racist hate groups determined to instigate violence.”
A local leader of the Black Lives Matter movement said Friday that McNesby’s comments are ridiculous.
“We’re not going to dignify that with an answer,” activist Asa Khalif said. “That ridiculous comment doesn’t deserve a response. I’ll simply say, ‘Justice for David Jones.'”
The Black Lives Matter demonstration last week occurred on Bridle Road in the city’s Bustleton section for about an hour.
Shouting “If we don’t get no justice, they don’t get no peace,” the group demanded Pownall be charged with murder.
Pownall, a 12-year veteran of the police department, shot the 30-year-old in the back and buttocks on June 8 following a struggle. The officer stopped Jones for riding an illegal dirt bike in North Philadelphia.
A witness in back of Pownall’s police vehicle watched Pownall pull his service weapon and warn Jones not to touch the gun, police said. The two men scuffled before Jones allegedly grabbed his handgun, according to police.
Jones then fled. Surveillance video obtained by NBC10 appears to show Jones running away when he was shot.
The same witness later told NBC10 that Jones had dropped the gun before running. A fully loaded .9mm handgun was recovered at the scene.
Jones died at Temple University Hospital.
The shooting remains under investigation by both police and the Pennsylvania attorney general’s office. Police Commissioner Richard Ross said the department is looking into whether protocol was followed.
Pownall remains on administrative leave.
Black Lives Matter, along with others, have been protesting the shooting for weeks. In July, the group marched on the Police Administration Building and City Hall demanding a larger investigation.
Pownall was called a “racist, bigot pig cop” and Khalif said he has “a murderous spirit” — referring to another shooting that the officer was involved. That 2010 shooting left Carnell Williams-Carney paralyzed when a bullet hit him in the back. The shooting was ruled justified and Williams-Carney lost a federal lawsuit against police.
McNesby’s speech about Black Lives Matter followed a personal attack on Khalif last week, when he called Khalif a “punk” who shoud’ve been arrested for protesting without a permit.
“I can’t use the words I want,” McNesby said Friday. “To take it to someone’s house, a police officer’s house, he doesn’t have any respect.”
“He’s a two-bit punk who doesn’t have the respect of decent protesters, if there is any in this city.”
The article goes on to discuss efforts to bar the city from releasing the names of officers involved in shootings for 30 days.
Unfortunately for America, blacks have a large group of big city officials pandering to them. Police have the incentive to let them run wild because of the lack of political support for them. That’s one of the costs of diversity, which is NOT our strength.
Blacks and white liberals are trying to have a white police officer fired for wearing the shirt you see above. This story broke a few days ago. As of today there’s been no updates on any of the sites covering it.
A police officer in Washington, D.C. has been placed on desk duty after the department received complaints about a t shirt he wore to court that supposedly features white supremacist imagery.
According to Law4BlackLives, an activist group made up of lawyers who support Black Lives Matter, officer Vincent Altiere was seen at least three times in court wearing a shirt that showed the grim reaper holding an assault rifle, and an O with a cross through it, known as a sun cross or Celtic cross. The Anti Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center note that the Celtic cross is often used by white supremacist.
The shirt also says, “Let me see that waistband jo,” which refers to jump outs, a tactic where a group of cops jump out of unmarked cars and swarm people who they think are acting suspicious. Basically a more aggressive version of stop and frisk.
The officer was at the court house on official police business in all three instances. According to the Washington Post’s Radley Balko, this is not an isolated incident, either.
Going stealth is the only way to go for now. Put away the symbols that can get you fired and work like a saboteur to silently undermine the antiracist system that means white genocide.