Thin Skinned Detroit Cops Beg Prosecutors to Criminalize Blacks who Criticize Murderous White Cops on Internet
Too Many Bored Cops. From [HERE] and [HERE] Detroit police say they’re “furious” Wayne County prosecutors have not charged four Black men more than a month after they were arrested for allegedly threatening white police officers on Facebook.
Police arrested the four African-American Detroit residents in early July in separate incidents, after they allegedly posted threats that included: “All lives can’t matter until black lives matter. Kill all white cops,” and “It’s time to wage war and shoot the police first.” The men were arrested on outstanding traffic warrants and later released. Police on July 11 submitted warrant requests to prosecutors seeking charges of using a computer to make threats, a two-year felony.
Detroit Police Officers Association President Mark Diaz, a racist suspect, said he is “disgusted” that Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy has yet to charge the four men.
“It’s absolutely despicable that Kym Worthy is sitting on these warrants, and it’s very telling of her opinion of police officers,” Diaz said. “We are furious about this. We have officers out there protecting citizens; cops are being killed across the country; some (expletives) say they want to kill cops, and she sits on the warrants for a whole month?
“What kind of message is our prosecutor sending by waiting so long to charge these guys? I know what message I’m getting from it: People can make all the threats they want, and Kym Worthy won’t do anything about it.”
Detroit Police Chief James Craig, an ambitiously programmed Black probot who serves his white masters well, said officers ask him daily about the status of the warrant requests.
“Not a day goes by where I don’t get asked what’s happening with the case; I just talked about it at roll call morning,” he said. “Police officers are not happy about the lack of movement in the case, and I’m not happy."
Diaz said police met recently with Eastern District U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade to discuss how to possibly file federal charges against Black people making threats against white cops on Facebook, “since we in the law enforcement community have zero confidence in Kym Worthy’s willingness to address these terrorist threats against our protectors.”
McQuade replied in a written statement: “Prosecutors and investigators met to discuss the legal standards under state and federal law regarding the prosecution of threats. We want to uphold First Amendment rights and prosecute cases that cross the line into criminal behavior.
“While not every hateful expression amounts to a true threat under the law, we take seriously all expressions of intent to commit acts of violence, and we will do all that we can to protect police officers or any group or individual from harm,” she said. She should check out HBO, any night.
“I know this is a new issue, but I want these people charged with crimes,” said Detroit Police Chief James Craig.
It is "despicable" that a judge signed these idiotic warrant requests. White folks talk shit about doing this and that to Obama and Muslims all day and night. White folks protect hate speech against non-whites at all costs [MORE].
In general cops in many urban environments are bored to death - too many cops, low crime - nothing to do but patrol the internet and aggressively enforce traffic violations against Black people. If most crime occurs at night, what is the crime rate between 6AM and 7PM? And what are all these extra government servants doing during the daytime? Although Detroit had its lowest number of criminal homicides in 40 years in 2016, it's crime rate is still higher than most places. You would think this proxymoronic police chief would use his discretionary power more efficiently if he was truly concerned about community safety - as opposed to re-assuring his white masters that they are safe from niggers.
Five police officers were killed in the Dallas shootings, constituting the highest number of police casualties in an attack since September 11 [was Dallas also an inside job?]. And as a result, law enforcement officials everywhere are suddenly much more sensitive to threats against their lives.
But one result has been that several police departments across the country have arrested individuals for posts on social media accounts, often from [white] citizen tips — raising concerns among free speech advocates.