January 2018 / Update On 12- Year-Old boy Tamir Rice’s Murder ***messymandella***

Tamir Rice Funeral

Tamir Rice Funeral

***story written three years ago***

      Some angels are here only for a season, and what they leave behind still has existence an impact on our grand design in the entire landscape of all that enter Tamir’s tragedy in their hearts.

      People of all races, religions and backgrounds are opening up their hearts for your beautiful son.

     Your son was the world’s blessing.

 

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You will make it through and this is hugs and love from ***messymandella***

Thanks to  the injustice of Ferguson, now we at least have two more recent unexplained, and unprovoked deaths where the media  painted  the  picture of the victims in the casket as the monsters. It’s ridiculous…

Apparently this little boy still enjoyed playing  with his toys. At least in Heaven, he can run free and play without any bullets…

 

 The police shooting death of a 12-year-old boy with a toy gun in Cleveland has sparked an investigation — and questions over why officers opened fire instead of using a stun gun. Two officers have been placed on administrative leave pending a probe into Saturday’s shooting of Tamir Rice.

Police said officers responded to a report of a person waving a gun around at a playground and that Tamir was shot after he allegedly refused to put his hands up and reached in his waistband for what appeared to be a handgun.” 

Well, of course we know Tamir was 12 Years old, so they may convince the world he deserved to be shot to death, because we may find video footage of him pushing a child down the street.         Anyone blaming a victim is  manipulating and using deflection from morality and truth to further their hidden agenda.

When Mike Brown died you know the bullets were less important than the store footage.

    The media may decide that Tamir  was  cursing and disrespectful and running around the neighborhood throwing rocks at the neighbors so he deserved to die.

      There is no reason he was shot dead at 12 years old for no damn reason.

       The media  used the same defamation and observations to create the monster called Mike Brown. Of course the bias opposition degraded and destroyed  Trayvon’s character too.

       The media  attempted to convinced us that  both boys deserved to be shot like  animals because  they were thugs and listened to rap music.

         The talking heads on Fox News took one instance and one moment in Mike Brown’s life, and let that video footage dictate his legacy. Some citizens decide every moment of Mike’s stolen life by the video footage.

     Sadly some citizens believed Mike’s life didn’t matter. Some people believed an unarmed man deserved to be shot. 

      Tamir’s life mattered and we must fight against the ignorant and judgemental citizens that believe their lives never mattered.

    Tamir was a baby, there is no excuse.

 

     

 

 

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#MLKDay * Glory (Selma) + The King Dream Chorus (1986)***messymandella***

Lupe Fiasco Tweets,’F$*k Martin Luther King, Ni$$a F$*k Change!’***messymandella***

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These were your words- Lupe

You would never know if you could ever be
If you never try, you would never see
Stayed in Africa, we ain’t never leave
So there were no slaves in our history
Were no slave ships, were no misery
Call me crazy, or isn’t he?
See I fell asleep and I had a dream
It was all black everything
Uh, and we ain’t get exploited
White man ain’t feared it so he did not destroy it
We ain’t work for free, see they had to employ it
Built it up together so we equally appointed
First 400 years, see we actually enjoyed it
Constitution written by W.E.B. Du Bois
Were no reconstructions, civil war got avoided
Little black sambo grows up to be a lawyer
Extra extra on the news stands
Black woman voted head of Ku Klux Klan
Malcolm Little dies as an old man—–

 

 

YOUR

WORDS

WERE

LIES

 

 

 

    Did you assume Lupe Fiasco was a soul-searching artist for the people and culture, since he lived in Chicago and cried for the “Chief Keef‘s” of the world? Did you assume he had respect for the human kind and the culture and all out  people? I did,until now.

Your opinion is your opinion, but never disrespect those who you should pay homage too.

However, we as a people must treat this situation the way we would treat it, if another ethnicity wrote or spoke those horrifying and reckless words, “F$*k Martin Luther King, Ni$$a F$*k Change!”

Lupe decided to troll, and create conflict by causing an uneasiness, and while he embarrassed himself and his earlier fans, such as myself.

Whatever was happening on Social Media, was Social Media.  Martin Luther King, has nothing to do with your Twitter Rant!

You   and I never had the distress and insecurity of hoping we would be allowed to sit on a certain seat on a bus.

We were able to walk through front doors of restaurants and  proved worthy to share bathrooms,but he knew our worth.

 

If you retire your antics from  Social Media, that proves you do not have dominion over your actions, and you are terrified of back lash for the demonic things you  said, against someone who never caused turmoil in  your life!

If  Martin Luther King JR had a problem, he was required to  stand up  like a man  speak his mind,and fight for you. Don’t forget that you are standing in the framework of  what he contributed to society.

Martin Luther   couldn’t hide behind a computer. He physically risked his life, and knew  every day could be his last…

Martin Luther King Jr. walked miles, staying in flea bitten hotels, and having to use the bathroom in a Dixie Cup, because of the color of his skin, and for you.

You should be mortified  to even utter any negative words about anyone that helped you function in this world.

You don’t want change, and you don’t have respect for MLK.

Well, when the Klu Klux Klan will definitely purchase your new release, because apparently you think alike.

 

I can’t imagine an artist of any genre even speaking such hateful filth unless he carpools with The Grand Dragon Of  the KKK. 

You tweeted, Lupe Fiasco ,’F$*k Martin Luther King, Ni$$a F$*k Change!’

You don’t give us any power to the people mess or justify that hate speech, you should join Fox News.

 

You were evilly trolling and systematically aiming to destroy someone and cause a territorial  environment, and you did…

How dare you utter that hateful rant regarding  Martin Luther King Jr and you have no excuse?

We  didn’t march, because he did …

We  did not feel those bullets…

It wasn’t our last breath…

It wasn’t our blood…

 

Martin Luther King Jr, is the one that was shoved in that coffin, unselfishly.

 

 

As of now the only history you have here, is your career….

 

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FULL STORY:Phillip C Pannell, Another Trayvon Martin Who’s Death Was Never Vindicated! ***messymandella***

        Life is momentary and difficult for children in the urban neighborhoods and when there is a lack of expectations in the police we also have a lack of justice and unfulfilled promises and stereotypes that will remain a dividing factor among the police and the minority relations in The United States Of America. We are taught not to rely on the police for justice, because they are the automatic enemy and should never be regarded as an ally. That is far from the truth on most occasions, or is it? If you were young and black and you need protection, you handle it in the streets. The life of Phillip C. Pannell can’t be ignored because of the year the injustice took place because we marched two years ago for the same damn thing.

    

Phillip C. Pannell

Phillip C. Pannell

 Phillip C. Pannell, was a 16 Year old boy walking in his familiar neighborhood and area located in Teaneck, New Jersey a place were he never assumed he would end up dead while playing with his friends.

      A little boy was playing in Bryant Park with his peers in New Jersey and he lost his life because Officer Gary Spath Officer and Wayne Blanco and his partner were called to Bryant Park because someone called in a complaint of a “black boy in a red jacket swinging a gun around in Bryant Park.” In this instant both were correct in their visiting the scene to investigate the alleged commotion and investigating a complaint. If Phillip has a gun they would have been vindicated for his capture, arrest or self defense. One key point to remember is that these incidents will always be debatable. Some will assume that Gary Spath only murdered Phillip out of self-defense others would call this a racial crime.

       Whoever called the police with the wrong information and concerned tip, are partly responsible for Phillip’s death and I imagine they wished they would have never picked up the phone on April 10, 1990.  If that call would have never came into the police department maybe the little black boy in the red jacket, named Phillip C. Pannell could have made it home for dinner that night with his family? If only this insignificant death to some, would have been more newsworthy we as a community and a nation. Phillip C Pannell did inspire one book in 1995 book Color Lines: The Troubled Dreams of Racial Harmony in an American Town written by Teaneck, New Jersey resident, Mike Kelly.

 

           As a Humanitarian and Activist you can feel anguish and emotional weakness with someone’s wrongful death. Phillip deserved a lengthy Wikipedia page, but instead has a paragraph and he still deserves national attention because the cycle keeps repeating.

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     This is why it is my obligation to explain the last events of Philip C Pannel’s life and to remind the nation that Trayvon Martin was not the first and will not be the last of these “misunderstandings” or “self-defense cases” that are bogus because the person never intended to do harm but somehow ended up in a casket.

      Phillip was in Bryant Park and as Officer Gary Spath and Officer Wayne Blanco moved in to the scene of the apparent criminal activity Officer Spath thought he was reaching for a gun and shot twice, and the last shot ended Phillip’s Life.  Racial issues will always be a prevalent defense when a black teenager is murdered. Did Phillip reach for a gun to shoot Spath and Blanco? Hell No that was just a reason to overshadow the fact remains, the officers used an overreaction to a situation that could have ended differently. Some witnesses claimed Phillip was unarmed. Some claim he had a gun in his jacket pocket?

Either way, Phillip C Pannell  never pointed a gun at Officer Spath or Officer Blanco.

“The dead youth’s dreams of becoming a football player and a rap singer and his days as a tenor in the church’s Inspirational Choir were recalled. And the Rev. Herbert D. Daughtry, a Teaneck resident, pastor of the House of the Lord Pentecostal Church in Brooklyn, and counselor to the Pannell family since the shooting, called for a monument in the young man’s name.”

  

”No longer will we put up with public officials putting guns in the hands of people that are untrained to our needs,” Mr. Bowden said. ”They come into our community, with fear in their hearts and tempered by racial bias. What do we get? We get Phillip Pannells all over the world. This must stop.”

Strong applause followed the remark.

In his eulogy, the Reverend Clarence E. Kenner, pastor of the church, urged the congregation to remain close to God and Christ.

”We don’t have to walk around with a sore heart, with a wounded spirit, because God can clean us up,” he said.

 

We as a community need to be able to trust those sworn to protect us! Officer Gary Spath was acquitted of all reckless endangerment charges regarding Phillip’s death. These police officer or men pretending to be Cops (George Zimmerman) should serve at least five years for reckless regard for human life, and 15 more years for robbing a family of a child.

           Every time we have these events happen, it brings more awareness to the slain members of the human race who deserved a chance to live? Would he have become a father or a lawyer we don’t know? At least if   Officer Spath would not have been so reckless in regards to human life, then we wouldn’t have to explain this tragedy that keeps repeating every year.

Side Note TO Phillip’s Family and Friends: I never  or   chance to meet Phillip. I felt pain as soon as I read the story of the events. You are in my prayers and your son deserved the same attention Trayvon Martin received. I know that your son’s legacy was short but people need to know that the violence has to end, and their never any excuse to shoot and kill any teenager that is not pointing a gun or running for safety. I am hugging Phillip from heaven and hoping that the hurt that you feel can somehow translates into the love we need to bring unification in our communities.

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south carolina’s zachary hammond, murdered by policeman***messymandella***


 
“Zachary Hammond was shot and killed by a police official during a sting operation. The official is unidentified and the department refuses to release his information. Hammond was going through the drive thru at Hardee’s and the police officer suspected him of illegal activity. The officer blocked the car, but evidence shows that the officer shot through the driver’s side window and his life was not in immediate danger. Ana Kasparian (The Point), Ben Mankiewicz (What the Flick!?), and Jimmy Dore (The Jimmy Dore Show) hosts of The Young Turks discuss.
 
Why does it seem the mainstream media is largely ignoring this? Is there a racial double standard?
 
“Zachary Hammond — an unarmed white man — was fatally shot by a police officer in South Carolina in July. Social media users have raised awareness of his death with the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag, but his family is angry over the lack of greater outrage.

When a police officer in South Carolina opened fire on 19-year-old Zachary Hammond in July, the official account was a familiar one: The officer feared he was about to be run over.” Young Turks