The Baltimore Riots Are Proof Of Desperate Measures For The Police Brutality And Justice! “Power To The People!”


 
         Rioting footage always overshadows the reason that people are rioting.
 
      The word “Rioting” in itself has a derogatory connotation and the family and friends of  dead loved ones release tension  on the system because  their loved ones are in the morgue and they shouldn’t be, because of police brutality.
 
         Why was Freddie’s spine severed, if it wasn’t’ deemed excessive force?
 
        Confused and  defeated citizens deserve a chance to express themselves and injustice will ignite that vengeance due to the distrust and death, but should we loot?

 
Of course we should lout, if it doesn’t’ bother you not have a place to work, having a restaurant  to eat your lunch at, or don’t mind  your cars being destroyed, or clocking in to make money, next week because you burned your building down.

 
         HOWEVER, emotions gain way through  logic and disbelief, when  the lawful become the unlawful, and  the system has laughed at  us, again.

 
        Apparently the system has defeated us over ten times in the last 6 months, with police becoming bullies instead of protectors. These incidents are creating more division in our communities, people want the power now. “Power To The People!”

 
Walter Scott is in the ground, because of a tail light on his automobile, and now this?
 
         Apparently  innocent men dying are going to create emotions and ignite outrage,among the helpless, once the helpless find allies and strength, actions will undoubtedly occur.
 
If it wasn’t a murdered man,it would not  be a riot or a funeral.
 
This is only happening because of the murder of Freddie Gray, and only because of that death.
 
If  the police didn’t lynch Freddie Gray and he was still alive, Baltimore wouldn’t be rioting zone now,would it?
 
         People can turn a blind eye from the murder of this black man, but are disappointed in someone  breaking out a car window. In Baltimore and in all of our streets, it appears to be survival of the fittest. 
 
News outlets and police brutality supporters will paint the actions as a animalistic retaliation.
 
      Maybe, it is animalistic, because the streets are  the jungle and “we the people” are treated as lower people.
 
          In this life your  objective is to survive and protect your family and defend your home, den, or anywhere you call home. This is the reason that Freddie Gray’s death will not be forgotten and the taxpayers decided to give “Power To The People”  back to  Baltimore, Maryland because they work hard to pay the salary of the police that don’t respect them.

 
Why is Freddie Gray six feet deep, if it was not  excessive force?
 
Freddie wouldn’t have been in medical induced coma, just from a routine frisk and even arrest?
 
You don’t die from arrest, you die from bigots with an inferiority complex, that have something to prove in life.

         Don’t let me be misunderstood.
 
I totally comprehend how innocent people may become agitated that their automobiles and businesses are being burned to the ground.
 
          I understand also how all police aren’t bastards, but at the end of the day, we have only one solution to completely stop the rioting, division of police and people.
 
Only one thing will end the rioting and outrage between citizens and police officers all over the country, and not just Ferguson, New York, South Carolina, or Baltimore.
 
One thing would change the course of police and the people who they unjustly murder and restore dignity in the system to the United States.
 
One thing…

 

 

Maybe, POLICE COULD STOP KILLING US AND GETTING AWAY WITH IT!
 
 


 

 
 
 
  
 
 
 

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NSFW:Criminals Gone Wild***Graphic***messymandella***


 

Kyam Livingston, Oscar Grant, And Eric Garner All Died While In Police Custody.***messymandella***

Kyam

This is a letter I received from the family of Kyam. They had a march on 21st and I was not able to come but I wanted them to know they were in my thoughts and prayers with LOVE!


Thank you for telling the story of my relative, Kyam Livingston. Our family understands that medical neglect as a form of punishment in our city’s holding pens is nothing new.

That’s why, in addition to demanding justice for Kyam we are asking for changes in the arraignment process and in the inhumane and filthy conditions in central booking holding cells.

To that end, we are having a Community Speakout on Tuesday, January 21, 2014 at 6 p.m. at the Flatbush Reformed Church, 890 Flatbush Avenue (at Church Avenue), in Brooklyn, NY.

If you are an organizer and you are concerned about how citizens (mainly citizens of color) in NY are treated as they wait to see if they will even be charged with any crime, please join us.

If you have been through the arraignment process and have a story to tell us about your experience or an experience you witnessed while in central bookings, we urge you to come before your elected officials and tell your story.

For more information about this event, email us at Justice4Kyam@gmail.com.The restraining order only said that Kyam couldn’t be drinking or arguing loudly with her grandmother in the home the two women shared.

Kyam had been out at a birthday party for her boyfriend on that Saturday night and had a few drinks. She came into the apartment to shower and go back out again.

When she came into the apartment there was a VERBAL DISAGREEMENT between her and her grandmother over a remote control she was accused of breaking.

The argument ENDED and Kyam went in to take her shower.

When she got out of the shower there were two officers from the local precinct there to arrest her for allegedly having violated the restraining order.

The allegations that she went buck wild and destroyed property are hearsay.

The allegations that Kyam was alcoholic are also hearsay.

Kyam never had a chance to tell her side of the story in court because she was executed by the police prior to coming before a judge.

However, her mom, Ms. Anita Neal, was on the phone with Kyam during the entire incident (and can prove it) and has explained the other side of the story.

 

Oscar Grant

Innocent bystanders knew that Johannes Mehserle and the other BART Lynching team members , were under no circumstances dealing with a man who was resisting arrest. The officer defiantly and criminally created more of a mental segregation of police and ethnic men in this society. 

           Thankfully for cellular phone footage; the  life of Oscar Grant and his legacy  will  be remain untarnished . Oscar  has a daughter that will one day watch this video, and realize that no one can flip  flop this story.  Her father is not to  blame, The  police mans’ defense,  was a travesty and no accident, and there is not a reason in hell, or any other justification for her daddy’s  death.  We need atonement  and  ACTION!

       Her father, Oscar Grant III died  innocently and in a racist  nature that reminds us just because we believe in unity, some of us will never embrace all races and backgrounds. Urban men and police have this fine line, and it will always get crossed. No matter the action,  the officer will get a slap on the wrist, while urban men are getting a casket door closed above their heads.

Eric

It is evident he is already dead on the ground, but instead of admitting they murdered Erin Garner on the sidewalk, they have an impromptu conversation, and give the world  guilty banter to appear naive of what they  just did…

Killing a grandfather in broad daylight with absolutely no reason, and still making it home for dinner. Hit, withholding breathing room tackling and chocking moves while Eric obviously could not breathe. No need to call the ambulance. Their mission was complete. It was time to call the coroner and they knew it and now the entire world knows the outcome. Police protection should not send you to the Coroner’s office.

Death of a Prisoner: Tragedy In Guantánamo Bay! DAMN, GITMO STILL OPENED?***messymandella***


 

Torture and abuse cost Americans live .I learned in Iraq that the No. 1 reason foreign fighters flocked there to fight were the abuses carried out at Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo. Our policy of torture was directly and swiftly recruiting fighters for al-Qaeda in Iraq…How anyone can say that torture keeps Americans safe is beyond me — unless you don’t count American soldiers as Americans.”Matthew Alexander, leader of an interrogations team assigned to a Special Operations task force in Iraq in 2006.- From The Washington Post

“The difference between us and the enemy is how we treat the enemy.”-Rear. Adm. John Hutson, former Navy lawyerUPI.com

“It gives us a very, very bad name, not just internationally. I have a great deal of difficulty understanding how we can hold someone, pick someone up, particularly someone who might be an American citizen–even if they were caught somewhere abroad–acting against American interests, and hold them without ever giving them an opportunity to appear before a magistrate.”--James A. Baker III, former U.S. Secretary of StateLA Times

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