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Cress Welsing: The Definition of Racism White Supremacy

Dr. Blynd: The Definition of Racism

Anon: What is Racism/White Supremacy?

Dr. Bobby Wright: The Psychopathic Racial Personality

The Cress Theory of Color-Confrontation and Racism (White Supremacy)

What is the First Step in Counter Racism?

Genocide: a system of white survival

The Creation of the Negro

The Mysteries of Melanin

'Racism is a behavioral system for survival'

Fear of annihilation drives white racism

Dr. Blynd: The Definition of Caucasian

Where are all the Black Jurors? 

The War Against Black Males: Black on Black Violence Caused by White Supremacy/Racism

Brazen Police Officers and the Forfeiture of Freedom

White Domination, Black Criminality

Fear of a Colored Planet Fuels Racism: Global White Population Shrinking, Less than 10%

Race is Not Real but Racism is

The True Size of Africa

What is a Nigger? 

MLK and Imaginary Freedom: Chains, Plantations, Segregation, No Longer Necessary ['Our Condition is Getting Worse']

Chomsky on "Reserving the Right to Bomb Niggers." 

A Goal of the Media is to Make White Dominance and Control Over Everything Seem Natural

"TV is reversing the evolution of the human brain." Propaganda: How You Are Being Mind Controlled And Don't Know It.

Spike Lee's Mike Tyson and Don King

"Zapsters" - Keeping what real? "Non-white People are Actors. The Most Unrealistic People on the Planet"

Black Power in a White Supremacy System

Neely Fuller Jr.: "If you don't understand racism/white supremacy, everything else that you think you understand will only confuse you"

The Image and the Christian Concept of God as a White Man

'In order for this system to work, We have to feel most free and independent when we are most enslaved, in fact we have to take our enslavement as the ultimate sign of freedom'

Why do White Americans need to criminalize significant segments of the African American population?

Who Told You that you were Black or Latino or Hispanic or Asian? White People Did

Malcolm X: "We Have a Common Enemy"


Deeper than Atlantis

[mostly black] Jury Recommends Only 2 Years of Jail for "Frightened" White Portsmouth Cop [untrained in nigger teen combat] who Murdered Unarmed Black Teen by Shooting Him in Face after alleged "shoplifting" stop @ walmart

From [HERE] A Virginia jury convicted a white police officer for the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager, William Chapman, who was accused of shoplifting. The jury recommended he serve two-and-half-years in jail.

A Virginia jury has convicted a white police officer for the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager, William Chapman, who was accused of shoplifting.

The former Portsmouth police officer, Stephen Rankin, shot Chapman, 18, in the face and chest outside a Walmart store last year, after a security guard reported a theft from the store.

Rankin was charged with voluntary manslaughter on Thursday and now faces between one and 10 years in prison. The sentencing phase of his trial began immediately. The jury recommended two-and-a-half years behind bars. 

“I think this is a terrible tragedy. I wish it had never happened. I wish none of it had every occurred,” Ranking testified after being found guilty, reported Associated Press. “I can’t begin to fathom how much pain that family is going through. I wish I could have done more to keep him alive.” [more here on the psychopathic racial personality] 

No video exists of the killing that took place on April 22, 2015, and testimony conflicted on the details, but most witnesses said Chapman had his hands up.

Prosecutor Stephanie Morales said the officer could have used non-deadly force.

Rankin was trained in mixed martial arts during a five-year stint in the US Navy, but he argued in court testimony that he “wouldn’t have been able to win an unarmed fight” against the teen. At 5’8”, Chapman was two inches shorter than Rankin. He weighed 187 pounds with his clothes on, and Rankin said he weighed 160 pounds at the time. [160 pounds butt naked. But 200 pounds including his loaded belt of weapons, radios & other high tech race soldier doodads. But he was never trained in Nigger teen combat so naturally he pulled out his automatic and shot the teen in the face]. 

The officer “brought a gun into what is at worst a fist fight,” Morales told the jury, which deliberated for nearly two days before returning its verdict.

The jury, eight black and four white, did not convict on the first-degree murder charge prosecutors had sought.

Rankin testified that he calmly approached Chapman to discuss the shoplifting accusation and was preparing to handcuff him when the teen refused to comply with his orders, and a struggle ensued. He said he used his stun gun on the teen, but Chapman knocked it away. They then faced each other from a short distance.

Rankin said that was when he drew his gun and commanded Chapman to “get on the ground.” He claimed Chapman said “shoot me” several times before charging at him. Rankin said he experienced “tunnel vision” at that point, and fearing for his life, fired twice to stop him.

“I had no reason to think he was going to stop attacking me,” said Rankin. “I was scared.”

Gregory Provo, the Walmart security guard, testified that Chapman never charged the officer, but did say Chapman raised his hands boxing-style and said, “Are you going to f**king shoot me?” before Rankin fired at him.

This was not the first fatal shooting for Rankin. The Guardian reported that four years before his confrontation with Chapman, Rankin was cleared of wrongdoing when he fired 11 times at an unarmed burglary suspect, Kirill Denyakin. In that incident, Rankin claimed the man charged at him while reaching into his waistband with his hands.

Trial prosecutors were barred by the judge from telling the jury about Denyakin.

When Rankin was indicted on the second shooting, he was fired from Portsmouth police.


White Prosecutors Claim Baltimore Cops Sabotaged Freddie Cases 

From [HERE] After a string of high-profile defeats, the prosecutors who were unable to win convictions of police officers in the death of Freddie Gray defended themselves on Thursday and sharply accused the city’s Police Department of undermining them.

At a news conference the day after their boss, Marilyn J. Mosby, the state’s attorney for Baltimore, announced she was dropping charges against the three officers who still awaited trial, the lead prosecutors — both seasoned lawyers — said the police had failed to serve search warrants for the officers’ personal cellphones. The lawyers also echoed a charge made in court that a detective assigned to the case was sabotaging it. 

They disputed a contention by critics that they rushed to bring charges, and said they never doubted their theory of the case — or whether they had the evidence to win. 

“There was sufficient evidence for a rational juror to convict,” Michael Schatzow, deputy chief state’s attorney, told reporters crowded into a conference room in Ms. Mosby’s downtown suite. “We believed in these cases, and we were prepared to fight very hard for these cases.” 

The appearance by Mr. Schatzow and Janice Bledsoe, a deputy state’s attorney, was the first time the prosecutors — who like all the lawyers, defendants and witnesses had been subject to a strict rule of silence imposed by the judge — spoke publicly, outside the courtroom, about a case that has torn apart this city and drawn national attention.

The two appeared worn out and at times exasperated — “When it comes to frustration, I plead guilty,” Mr. Schatzow said — but offered a remarkable look into their thinking, and the potential conflicts between the police and prosecutors who usually work together. 

It is “extraordinarily unusual” for prosecutors to publicly criticize the police, said David Jaros, a law professor at the University of Baltimore. He said the trials highlighted the need — as Ms. Mosby suggested at her news conference on Wednesday — for independent investigators and prosecutors to handle police misconduct cases.

“There is something problematic,” Mr. Jaros said, “when police officers are asked to investigate themselves and when local prosecutors are involved in these highly politicized, high-profile prosecutions.” [MORE]


[Some racist cops are sophisticated, masterful liars] Black Teen Shot in the Back in Fort Wayne While Running Away from White Cop who "thought he saw a [unfound] gun" after the chase started


"The Mystery Surrounds [your belief in] the Gun." An experienced trial attorney will tell you that it is very difficult to get a judge to believe a cop is lying. The "inaccurate statement(s)" almost have to be totally outrageous before most judges will go there. A better strategy, especially if the defendant is Black, is to get the judge to believe the cop is incompetent in some way or just mistaken. Reality or anything too real (such as racism) in court is simply unbelievable to judges in the fake world created in court. Many racist cops are sophisticated, masterful liars who are taught how to testify and create persuasive, detailed police reports. Mixing actual facts with nonsense sounds & looks real in court. White prosecutors and the white media are also eager and programmed to believe anything foul cops say about Blacks. In a case involving a "missing" weapon and no video, like this one, the evidence would simply consist of a credibility contest between a sworn white police officer and a Black teenager[s]. Prediction: in this case, a white jury or judge will believe that a gun existed - though not a single detail about the gun will be provided. Why would a cop make it up? Because they will believe it.

From [HERE] A Black mother has sued a white Fort Wayne police officer in federal court, alleging he used excessive force when he fired at her 17 year-old son as he chased him and two other Black teens last month on the city’s south side.

Gina Dodson filed the complaint in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana on Wednesday. The suit names Officer Robert Hollo as an individual and claims he used excessive force “in violation of the U.S. Constitution” when he fired off four shots at the boy just before 1:30 p.m. June 21 in the 2800 block of Smith Street, near the Whitney M. Young Early Childhood Center at East Pontiac Street.

Hollo said he was investigating reports of gang activity in the area, in an unmarked car, when three teenagers approached the vehicle. As the teens walked up, Hollo reportedly got out of the squad car.

At that point, Hollo reported the teens noticed he was an officer, and they ran off. As Hollo chased after them, Police Chief Garry Hamilton said witnesses heard him order them to stop repeatedly and they did not comply.

At some point then, Hollo said he thought he saw a gun on one of the teens. He then fired four shots, one that struck the teen in his lower back. The other two teens ran off.

No gun was found on the teen, who has not been named. He was seriously hurt.

Right Right. First of all running away from the cops when you are not under arrest or legally stopped is not a crime. In most jurisdictions, flight alone from police without any other circumstances is not a basis for a valid Terry stop. However, flight along with other specific factors may imply consciousness of guilt. So far, no other circumstances exist in this case.  

1) Here, the teens began running when they saw the cop. Prior to them running they had not been stopped by the cop. When this white cop encountered them he had no information that any of them had committed any crime at any time. When he first encountered them they were not under arrest and there was no particularized, reasonable suspicion to stop them.

Apparently, the cop began chasing them simply because they were running. He was unaware of any crimes that any one of the teens had committed. 2) The white cop then ordered them to stop. Yet they had committed no crime and he had no reasonable, artuclable suspicion they had done so. At this point a stop would have been unlawful (at least as the 4th Amendment applies to white folks) and no alleged gun had been seen before he yelled stop. 

3) Next, the white cop claims he saw a gun. Which one had the gun? Did he describe each teen? No details were provided as to how far away the cop was when he saw the gun (he obviously was not close enough to catch them) or how he observed the teen holding the gun and where the gun was. Remember, he did not see a gun at first -- so did the cop witness the teen pull the gun out as he ran? What part of the gun did the cop see? It was broad daylight so he should have some information. No details were provided about whether this cop saw the teen discard the gun - of course such detail would mean the cop knew the teen was not armed though when he shot him. Then the cop shot the teen in the back. Did he fire at all three? Like the white reporter said, "the mystery surrounds the gun?" or your own belief in the gun based on what the white cop said. Don't worry about the deceivers, they will always find suckers - just drop the belief.  

Hamilton said the gun police said was found at the scene was inside a car that pulled up next to the squad car after the incident unfolded. The driver of that car admitted he had a gun in the car and had come to the scene after he heard gunshots, Hamilton said. [this irrelevant information is used by the white media to confuse. Read it again.]

Hamilton said he held the press conference Wednesday to remain fully transparent with the public.


['the criminalization of Blacks is prelude to murder'] Liar White Cop in Austin Body Slams Black Woman Teacher, then says 'blacks have 'violent tendencies' 

Eyes filled with thoughts. According to the Austin police chief, Ms. King [112 lbs] was pulled over for driving 15 mph over the speed limit [MORE]. Speeding 15 mph is not a criminal infraction or an arrestable offense and carries no jail time. Traffic codes are used to target Blacks & Latinos. [MORE] The average traffic cop generates an annual average revenue of $200,000 for the government he serves. [MORE] and [MORE]. Here we have an unreasonable reaction from a white public servant. What kind of service can you provide to people you have contempt for? In the presence of Blacks, racists always feel inferior and can be easily overwhelmed by their lower selves. See "inferiority complex" in the Funktionary]

Question: Should I always comply with maniac cops? Answer: Should you always wear a raincoat? Question: [Like salmon approaching a bear] What stories were put inside Ms. King's head that enabled her to believe that she could have an arms-length conversation and make demands upon a white cop in a system of white supremacy? 

Labelling you Criminal to Justify Treating You Criminally. From [HERE] Officials in Austin are investigating the violent arrest of a black elementary school teacher who was body-slammed by a white police officer during a traffic stop. The investigation comes after the emergence of police video footage showing not only the June 2015 arrest but also a scene afterward, when another white officer told the teacher that officers are wary of blacks because of their "violent tendencies" and "intimidating" appearance.

"Ninety-nine percent of the time. . . it is the black community that is being violent," the white officer tells her in the video. "That's why a lot of white people are afraid. And I don't blame them." White prosecutors said they will likely present the case against the cops to a grand jury. [don't hold your breathe!] [MORE

In reference to racists Amos Wilson has explained, "projection is the ultimate put-down. Through projection the projecting party demotes and degrades his projective target as he enhances his own self-perception and self-image." Always endeavoring to undeceive, Dr. Wilson offers the following: 

"THE CRIMINAL IS one to whom an opprobrious label has been successfully attached. Labeling not only prescribes the behavior of others toward the one labeled criminal, or only negatively seeks to characterize him. It also tends to transform his self-concept and behavior in such ways that incarnates or substantiates the criminal appellation.

If to be criminalized, especially when the objective basis for such a designation does not exist, is to be dehumanized and to be related to as such by "significant others," then the criminalization of the African American male can be arguably said to have begun with the need of White Americans to justify their enslavement of Africans, and continues concomitant with their need to capitalize on unending African politico-economic subordination.

The cursing (a form of labeling) of another is tantamount to his dehumanization. It is usually a ritualistic prelude and justification for the other's subordination, or assault, or murder of another. The criminalization of Black people, particularly of the Black male, is a prelude for the rationalization of his economic exploitation, and ultimately, a prelude to the Eurocentric murder of the African population.

The American Dilemma

In its oppression of Black America, White America faces a major dilemma. The White ruling class seeks to project a self-image and public image which are liberal and nonviolent. It wishes to assume the appearance of being faithfully committed to protecting the constitutional and civil rights guarantees of all residents — regardless of race, color, creed, or condition of previous servitude — and to be perceived by them as inherently humane. At the same time the ruling class wishes to retain its power to rule, to maintain its tremendous wealth, power, hegemony and privileges. Thus it is confronted with a major contradiction: it cannot actualize its projected image and commitments without destroying the bases of its identity and power. Since this class is not committed to its own destruction we must logically infer that its projected self-image, public image, and sociopolitical commitments are false and hypocritical. Social equality and privilege across classes and ethnocultural groups cannot exist simultaneous with White American sociopolitical and economic dominance. Class privilege and advantage require the subordination of other classes and groups. For these reasons, American institutions operate in opposition to their publicized missions when dealing with the underclasses and subordinated groups. Consequently, the major social institutions which seek to project an image of objectivity and neutrality, in actuality operate in the oppressive interests of the society's ruling groups and against the interests of its subordinate groups. [MORE]


Providence to Pay $210k in Mendonca Case: White Cop Free & Won't Pay a Penny After Beating Handcuffed Latino Man into Coma with a Flashlight

From [HERE] The city of Providence, Rhode Island has agreed to pay $210,000 to settle a police brutality lawsuit filed by a Latino man who was beaten in 2009 while in handcuffs and left in a coma.

WPRI-TV reported that the City Council Committee on Claims and Pending Suits met briefly before approving the payout to Luis Mendonca. It was publicized Tuesday.

The beating by white Providence police Det. Robert DeCarlo was caught on video. The lawsuit singles out DeCarlo for allegedly violating Mendonca’s civil rights and assault and battery. DeCarlo claims he used necessary forced to subdue Mendonca, because he was resisting arrest. He said he did not know he was handcuffed.

The grainy, black-and-white video shows a gang of white police officers struggling with Mendonca in a parking lot off Benefit Street on the city’s East Side while he is lying on the ground near a parked car.

It shows the officers dragging Mendonca from under the car and into the center of the parking lot, after he has apparently been handcuffed. The video then shows DeCarlo entering the fray, kicking Mendonca and following up with a number of blows to the victim’s head with a flashlight.

During his criminal trial, prosecutors argued that DeCarlo, 46, attacked Luis Mendonca deliberately and out of anger, knocking the 22-year-old unconscious with a flashlight blow to the head. Mendonca had run from police after he was stopped on the night of Oct. 20, 2009, on suspicion of theft and trespassing at the Rhode Island School of Design. He struggled with officers when they caught up to him in a nearby parking lot but was ultimately detained.

The video, which has no sound, ends with a visibly limp Mendonca being dragged by police officers up a flight of stairs leading to Benefit Street.

Mendonca was knocked unconscious and suffered a severe gash in his head that was closed with eight staples. He was in a coma for two days following the incident. 

After the attack by police his attorney said, "he's suffering from a lot of headaches. He's throwing up. His vision is still not there and he's having a difficult time seeing," said attorney Alberto Aponte Cordona. "A guy is beaten by police, brought into the hospital, his family can't get in to see him for several days. The police put him under a pseudo name. It's not that difficult to add one and one. [MORE] and [MORE

DeCarlo was convicted in 2011 of assault but that was later overturned by a white judge. He ultimately pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and resigned.

Two public safety officers at the Rhode Island School of Design were also named in the suit. RISD will pay $45,000.


Provocative White Cop Tasers Black Man in the Back During Illegal Arrest on 4th of July in Arizona  

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Arizona Code 13-2412. Refusing to provide truthful name when lawfully detained; classification A.

It is unlawful for a person, after being advised that the person's refusal to answer is unlawful, to fail or refuse to state the person's true full name on request of a peace officer who has lawfully detained the person based on reasonable suspicion that the person has committed, is committing or is about to commit a crime. A person detained under this section shall state the person's true full name, but shall not be compelled to answer any other inquiry of a peace officer.

Under Arrest for What? White Cop had no warrant to arrest and no warrant to enter Black Man's apartment. At the time of his arrest he had committed no crime so he was under no legal obligation to give white cop his name under Arizona law. The silly cop says "Give me your name because I'm probably gonna end up doing theft charges on her behalf." Your meditation must be strong to deal with a provocative white person in a prolonged racial situation [see full video below]. No magic phrases (legal or otherwise) will help you under such circumstances. 

From [HERE] and [HERE] In a lawsuit filed this week, a white Blytheville police officer is accused of using excessive force against a black man on the Fourth of July, including subduing him repeatedly with a taser as he lay on the ground.

Attorney James W. Harris filed the case Wednesday in Mississippi County Circuit Court on behalf of Chardrick Mitchell, who faces charges of obstruction of justice, disorderly conduct and refusal to submit to arrest.

The lawsuit states that on July 4, Mitchell denied his ex-girlfriend re-entry into his apartment to retrieve what she said was clothing left inside, prompting the woman to call police. Apparently her name was not on the lease and she did not live there. 

A responding officer later ordered that Mitchell allow his ex-girlfriend to get her left-behind belongings and to show his identification — requests that Mitchell “politely refused,” according to the document.

The Blytheville police officer, Stephen Sigman, became increasingly provacative and threatened to charge Mitchell with obstruction.

The lawsuit accuses Sigman of later using a taser when Mitchell walked toward the apartment's front door, with Sigman telling Mitchell that he was under arrest “either at the moment the [taser] was fired or just as the [taser] was striking Mr. Mitchell in the back.”

"At no time did Mr. Mitchell resist arrest, especially since he had already been [tased] when he was first told he was under arrest, even though he had at that point committed no possible criminal act," the document reads in part.

Harris said the incident was recorded on Sigman’s body camera and that a written report from police does not match the video evidence.

"I am appalled at the actions of Officer Sigman, as well as the inaction of Chief [Ross] Thompson in correcting this officer's gross misconduct," Harris said, adding that Sigman remains on the police force. The full video is [HERE


Maybe an "Ex-Military/Dead Terrorist" Broke Freddie Gray's Spine or Did He Fold Himself Up Like a Crab? Only "Imagined" Proof that White Cop Murdered Black Man 

Yet Another High Powered, Super Aggressive and Relentless, Hard Fought Prosecution Fails. If Blacks & Latinos were prosecuted with this lack of zeal then the prison population would probably be cut in half! (think of the limp wristed prosecution of George Zimmerman. White prosecutors go after Black kids who snatch I-Phones like their lives depended on it!). Nevermind What You See & Hear on Video. Just Believe Whatever the White Media & Cops Tell You. Repeat over & over. 

From [HERE] and [HEREProsecutors in Baltimore have failed for the fourth time to secure a conviction in the Freddie Gray case, with Circuit Judge Barry G. Williams acquitting Lt. Brian Rice of all charges related to Gray's arrest and death.

The prosecution “failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that it was the defendant’s failure to seatbelt that led to the death of Mr. Gray,” said Judge Williams, methodically dismantling the case against the officer, Lt. Brian Rice, as he read his decision calmly and quietly from the bench in his cavernous downtown courtroom. “Failing to seatbelt a detainee in a transport wagon,” Judge Williams said later in his ruling, “is not inherently criminal conduct.”

Lieutenant Rice, 42, was charged with involuntary manslaughter, reckless endangerment and misconduct while in office. It was he who first called in the foot chase after Mr. Gray, who had fled after he saw Lieutenant Rice while he was walking with friends in downtrodden West Baltimore. And it was he, prosecutors said, who climbed into the van with Mr. Gray but failed to secure him with a seatbelt, which they said set in motion of chain of events that led to Mr. Gray’s death.

“Lieutenant Rice was on notice that he was to seatbelt a prisoner,” Ms. Bledsoe said. “He was on notice that you had to use extreme caution.”

“If he had broken that chain, taken one small measure of compassion or humanity, Freddie Gray would still be alive,” said Janice Bledsoe, a prosecutor, during closing arguments here last Thursday, who argued that Lieutenant Rice’s high status in the department meant that he should have been aware of rules about transporting prisoners.

Judge Williams said prosecutors failed at several levels to prove its allegations. The prosecution wanted the court to presume Rice had read a general order mandating that officers seat belt prisoners, Williams said, but failed to prove it. There was also no evidence that Rice was aware that failing to seat belt a prisoner might result in injury or death, the judge said.

And while the prosecution was able to prove that Rice made the decision to shackle Gray, and to transport Gray to the police department's Western District rather than central booking, the state presented no indication as to why.

"There are a number of possibilities the court could entertain, some that are innocent and some that are not. However, the burden of proof rests with the state, and the court's imaginings do not serve as a substitute for evidence," the judge said. Like the 'imagined evidence' in the Dallas and Baton Rouge episodes played out in the court of mainstream white media? No proof necessary with "dead terrorists" who confess to their murders prior to the crime and post online accounts of their criminal plans. 


What is White Collective Power? When a Gang of White Cops Murder a Black Man in Broad Daylight in Front of Cameras; White Prosecutors Refuse to File Charges & White Media Hides the Fact that the Entire Grand Jury was White in the Blackest City in U.S.

2 Years Since White NYPD Cops Murdered Eric Garner — Only Person Punished is the Latino Man Who Filmed It. From [HERE] Two years have now elapsed since New York City Police Officer Daniel Pantaleo along with several other white cops who pounced, smothered and choked Eric Garner to death for the apparently egregious crime of being a Black man - but the only one facing any punishment for what many believe to be a cold-blooded murder is the man who filmed it. 

“I can’t breathe,” Garner pleaded eleven times — caught on film by Ramsey Orta — though the white cops refused to release his grip on the Black man’s neck. Garner’s plea for his life became the rallying call of Black Lives Matter and police brutality activists across the nation and around the world — though the inhumanity of having to beg for one’s life after committing a nonviolent, victimless crime remains sadly all-too-common.

Defying all reason, Pantaleo remains on the force — having faced no penalty for killing a nonviolent man who ccommitted a crime under only the strictest legal definition of the term. And Orta, who filmed the gang of white cops has just accepted a plea deal for four years on unrelated charges. 

Orta claims he’s been constantly harassed by the cops and repeatedly arrested since that day — almost certainly retaliation for exposing the brutal incident to the world. [their message is if you try to help Black people you run the risk of losing your liberty, livelihood or getting injured or killed.] 

Orta, who was a witness at the grand jury, also revealed the fact that the entire grand jury in the Garner case was all-white. Yes, an all white jury in NYC, the Blackest city in the country. [NYC is also the mecca for democrats and liberals. What are these white folks doing for you?] A fact that the white mainstream media ommitted from history.

The white jurors were presented with 28 eyewitnesses and had every camera angle - jurors saw his Youtube video, NYPD video, store surveillance video and City street camera video. Their mind prevented them from seeing reality. 

 After white NYC prosecutors decided not to prosecute any of the white cops who killed Garner, Orta told the NY Daily News the grand jury was rigged. He said, “I feel like it wasn't fair at all,” he said. “It wasn't fair from the start.” (see video above)

“When I went to the grand jury to speak on my behalf, nobody in the grand jury was even paying attention to what I had to say,” Orta said. “People were on their phones, people were talking. I feel like they didn't give (Garner) a fair grand jury."

“People was on their phones, people were having side conversations, like it was just a regular day to them,” he said of the jurors. Orta, 22, said his appearance before the panel started two hours late because some of the jurors had not shown up. 

A man he described as a prosecutor “wasn’t even asking no questions about the police officer, he was asking all the questions towards Eric,” Orta said. “What was Eric doing there? Why was Eric there?”

“Nothing pertaining to the cop choking him,” he said.

Only a few jurors asked any questions.

“Maybe three, that’s all,” he said. “The rest of them, they weren't even worried about nothing.”

Those that did pose questions were also more focused on Garner than Pantaleo, he said.

“One grand juror asked me, ‘If you knew he was selling cigarettes why didn't you tell him the cops was there?’” he said.

Another grand juror asked Orta if he had ever been arrested.

“I said, ‘Miss, what does my criminal history have to do with Eric?’” he said. “I said we shouldn't be sitting here talking about me, we should be talking about Eric now. And we shouldn't even be talking about Eric, we should be talking about the cop.”

But the question on the minds of prosecutors and the jurors, Orta said, was “Why was Eric standing there?”

“The whole thing was just about Eric — why was he selling cigarettes, did you know he was selling cigarettes? It was bulls--t,” he said. 

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Liar White Cop in Atlanta Charged with Murder. Randomly Shot Unarmed Black man: Devaris Rogers was Not a Suspect - No Evidence Any Theft Took Place  

From [HERE] A white Atlanta cop charged with murder over the shooting of a 22-year-old unarmed black man has turned himself in. James R Burns was arrested on Saturday on charges including felony murder in the June 22 shooting of Devaris Caine Rogers. 

The incident occurred when Burns, who had been called out to help an off-duty officer catch a suspected car thief, first blocked, then opened fire on a car being driven by Rogers.

Burns claimed he was scared the car was going to hit him, but a report released earlier this week said Burns put himself in harm's way and fired at Rogers without knowing if he was even the suspect they were looking for, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

Worse, it was later concluded that there hadn't even been any car break-ins in the area that night. 

Atlanta Police Department (APD) fired Burns on July 1, with police chief George N Turner telling the officer that the shooting was an unnecessary and excessive use of force.

'As the vehicle approached you, you were in your vehicle,' said a memo written by Turner. 'The driver of the vehicle posed no immediate threat to you... You did not have probable cause that the driver posed a threat of serious physical harm either to yourself or others.'

Burns had been called to the Monroe Place Apartments on Monroe Drive in northeast Atlanta at around midnight on June 22 to help an off-duty cop who believed a man seen near vehicles might be a car thief.

An investigation later concluded that there was no evidence car break-ins - or any illegal activity - had occurred that night before the officers arrived on the scene.

The suspect had fled the first officer on foot, the Internal Affairs report said. There is no evidence that this was the same person as Rogers.

As he drove into the complex, Burns saw a silver sedan parked on the wrong side of the road pulling away from the curb and heading towards his cruiser.

The officer had initially told investigators: 'I didn’t know to block that particular car. I shot at the car who was trying to run me over and kill me.'

But according to investigators, dashcam video from two vehicles showed that he had indeed positioned his car to block the sedan's path.

Burns also turned on his lights and used his siren to indicate the driver should slow down.

That driver, Rogers, continued to drive towards and around Burns's cruiser on the passenger side, the report claimed.

The report says that Burns then exited his own vehicle, slammed his door and shouted for the driver to stop. Instead, Rogers gunned the engine.

At this point, Burns was near the front headlight of Rogers' vehicle. Burns told investigators that he was initially blinded by the light. 

He fired once on Rogers, hitting him in the head. Rogers' car continued on down Monroe Place before entering the parking lot of Cirque Daiquiri Bar and Grill on Monroe Drive and colliding with an SUV.

The young Black man was pronounced dead at Grady Memorial Hospital, three miles away.

Turner's office concluded that Burns's decision to block the car of a person who wasn't even a suspect, to exit his own vehicle, and to subsequently fire on Rogers constituted breaches of department policy.

'You did not have reasonable suspicion that the driver of the vehicle engaged in, or was about to engage in, criminal activity,' Turner said in his memo. 

'Yet rather than allow the driver to drive past you, you exited your vehicle and ultimately prevented the driver from driving away through the use of deadly force.' 

Media had initially reported the incident as Burns firing on a suspected car thief, but the report rebukes those claims: Rogers was not the suspect and there was no evidence of a theft having taken place.

Burns's case is now being investigated by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, as have all APD shootings since January, per Turner's orders.


[Nigger Give Me Your ID When I Ask for It] Confused White Savannah-Chatham Cops Tased Wrong Black Man. [Never Asked him for ID]  

Nigger is what is being done to you. Nigger means victim of white supremacy. From [HERE] and [HERE] Earlier this year, police in Georgia tased a 24-year-old man named Patrick Mumford outside his home — and it turns out he wasn’t even the guy they were looking for.

Via The Daily Beast, a new police body cam video posted by Mumford’s attorney Will Claiborne this week shows officers with the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department approach Mumford and ask for his name. Patrick replies that his name is Patrick, but the police don’t seem to believe him.

They tell Mumford that they have a warrant for his arrest — despite the fact that they actually have a warrant for a man named Michael Clay.

Mumford insists on seeing a warrant and resists the officers’ demands to get out of the car he’s sitting in. They eventually tase him twice with 2,000 volts of electricity.

After they have him handcuffed and pinned to the hood of a police car, they open up his wallet and pull out his ID, only to discover that he isn’t the man they’re looking for,

Instead of being apologetic about this case of mistaken identity, one of the officers scolds Clay for not handing over his ID when he was asked. As Mumford’s attorney points out, the police never actually asked Mumford for his ID before they tased him.

What makes this particularly distressing is that Mumford was subsequently charged with violating his probation for a non-violent drug offense after this incident, and he could spend an additional seven years in prison if found guilty.

“Patrick is arrested for obstruction,” Claiborne explains. “As a non-violent drug offender serving in a first-offender probation program, a pending probation violation could cost him his job, his college education, and seven years in prison: all for sitting in his own car, minding his own business, and telling the truth.” [MORE]


Baltimore to Pay $150 K: Black Man was Compliant with Cops but Dragged and Beaten before he was handcuffed - arrested for no reason

From [HERE] Baltimore's Board of Estimates on Wednesday unanimously approved a $150,000 payment to settle a lawsuit alleging police brutality.

The five-member panel awarded the money to Tiyon Williams, who filed suit in 2014 against Lt. Joel Fried, Det. Maurice Ward and Det. Robert W. Mitchell for alleged battery and false arrest, among other claims.

"This was not a pretty set of facts," said City Solicitor George Nilson, a member of the board.

The incident stems from May 19, 2012, when Williams was talking with a friend in the 900 block of N. Mount St. when officers approached and arrested his friend, according to the city. Williams ran and Ward chased him and tackled him. Williams said he was compliant with the officer's orders, but nonetheless was "dragged and beaten" before being placed in handcuffs.

Williams alleged he suffered injuries to his head and face as the result of being "punched," "stomped," and having his head hit a cement sidewalk during the arrest.

Police determined he had committed no crime and he was taken to the hospital by ambulance.

Mitchell was charged with second-degree assault and misconduct against the police as a result of the incident, but those criminal charges were later dropped. This means the cops lied. The cops wrote police reports which included made-up facts that Mitchell assaulted them. Apparently, the cops then submitted the information to prosecutors who papered his case. Former Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts called the allegations against Mitchell "reprehensible."

Baltimore has agreed to pay out $12 million to settle civil claims of police misconduct since 2010. In these settlements the officers are not required to pay a penny and rarely face prosecution or sentencing. Settlements may help to make the victims more whole but they do nothing to stop the terror imposed on Blacks & Latinos in this bullshit police state. Police brutality is an effect of white supremacy/racism. 


‘I was just reading a book’: Racist Suspect calls cops on #DangerousNegro reading C.S. Lewis in his car - in Canada [worldwide White-Over-Black System] 

From [HERE] After the blue and red police lights flashed behind his car, Louizandre Dauphin figured he may have added another “prohibited” item to the list of things you can’t do while black: Reading.

Dauphin, 33, a former high school English teacher, had decided to relax last week with a few books at Stonehaven Wharf, a parking lot for fishing boats that’s frequented by tourists to the Canadian province of New Brunswick. He sat inside his Volkswagen Golf hatchback watching the waves and poring over “Mere Christianity” by C.S. Lewis and another book by theologian Timothy Keller.

As he drove home afterward, Dauphin recounted on Instagram, an officer with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police pulled him over, saying someone nearby had called authorities “because … a suspicious black man in a white car was parked at the Wharf for a couple hours. My response, Really? I was just reading a book.”

He snapped two photos that he’d later use for the Instagram post, which says Canada experiences some of the same racial tension that has made headlines in the United States.

In the post, he tells his countrymen “not to get too comfortable on their high horses.” He hashtagged the post #DangerousNegro.

Dauphin, the director of the department of parks, recreation and tourism in the small New Brunswick town of Bathurst, told The Washington Post that he didn’t feel threatened by the officer, who seemed bemused about the situation before letting Dauphin go without incident. Still, he said, the encounter and a handful of previous ones show “we’re not immune to situations like this.”

“There’s still intolerance and suspicion,” he told The Post. “I’ve been pulled over for driving in my own neighborhood.  I’ve gotten asked where I’m from and when I tell them I’m from my hometown of Hamilton, Ontario, the question is where are you really from? As if I can’t actually be from here.”

A spokesperson for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police wouldn’t provide details about the call that prompted the officer to stop Dauphin or name the constable involved.

“There was no arrest and no charge in that incident,” said Constable Derek Black, media relations officer for the RCMP in New Brunswick province. “We received a report of a suspicious vehicle. We stopped the vehicle, spoke with the driver and the report was unfounded.”

Since Instagram post went viral, Dauphin has posted a more detailed post on Facebook

He states:

I do not know the true motivations behind the individual who called the police to report my presence at the Stonehaven Wharf, but I struggle to understand why my actions of driving my vehicle to a public space, reading a book, and never once exiting my vehicle was cause for a level of suspicion which prompted this individual to call the police. Be it my vehicle (a white Volkswagen Golf) or the colour of my skin, which I believe was a contributing factor, there was something that prompted an individual to consider my presence threatening enough to warrant attention by the police. If all are truly welcome at this location, why would a person acting in a non-threatening manner have the police called on them? And, after such an incident, why would this person feel any motivation or desire to return to that location? I never once identified this person who called the police as racist, but I do suspect there is some degree of bias, fear, and ignorance-based suspicion which lead to the reality that the police were alerted to my presence at the wharf.


[Behind the Scenes @ Gangster Government] White NYPD Captain Recorded Pressuring White Cop to Watch & Stop Black Men 

If You Attempt to Understand Police Brutality Without Understanding White Supremacy you will only be Confused. From [HERE] and [HEREA white NYPD captain appears to have been caught on tape berating another white officer for not stopping enough black men claiming they are more likely to be criminals.

Commanding officer Constantin Tsachas, who works in New York City's transit bureau, was recorded by officer Michael Birch criticizing him for only stopping and searching two black men on the subway in Brooklyn over a nine-month period.

And even though Officer Birch insisted that during his time on patrol he didn't spot any crime being committed by black men, Tsachas says he should be targeting them anyway.

In the recording obtained by the New York Daily News, Tsachas asks Birch who commits the crimes in the city to which he replies that it is mostly male and black Hispanics.

Tsachas then reads out stats which he says that over a nine month period, Birch had only stopped two black men on the subway.

Birch then explains that he doesn't target specific people and only stops and arrests people committing violations such as jumping over the turnstiles.

However, Tsachas replies: 'Here’s what I see. You just described to me who’s committing the crimes. You’re fully aware of it. But you’re not targeting those people.'

Tsachas: Who commits the crimes in the city?

Birch: Who commits the crimes? Well, it’s mostly teenagers, anywhere between the ages of 15 and 19, mostly male blacks and Hispanics.

Tsachas: OK. Who are you stopping?

Birch: Everybody. I stop everybody.

Tsachas: ... The male blacks, that you told me commit the crimes—

Birch: Plenty of people that I write summonses to are male blacks and male Hispanics.

Tsachas: You stopped two male blacks.

Birch: Not for the whole year. You’re telling me for the whole year I only stopped two male blacks on summonses?

Tsachas: 8/20. From January 1st to August 20th. Fifty-four TABs: two male blacks, seven Hispanics, seven other, ten white, three Asian. So where are you targeting the perps that you just told me?

Birch: Like I said, if I don’t see a perp jumping over the turnstile, what am I supposed to do to him?

Tsachas: ...Here’s what I see. You just described to me who’s committing the crimes. You’re fully aware of it. But you’re not targeting those people.

Birch: I am. I’m targeting everybody.

Tsachas: Two male blacks.

Birch: Whoever is out there.

The recording, which was made earlier this year, then formed the basis of a lawsuit filed by Birch, who he was denied overtime and given unpleasant assignments because he did not stop enough Hispanic and black teenagers. However, the case was eventually dismissed by a federal judge as the statute of limitations had passed on many of his claims, but Birch is appealing the decision.

White Supremacy Promotion. In the meantime, Tsachas has been recently been promoted within the NYPD with police commissioner William Bratton, who is also white, dismissing that the captain had done anything wrong.

According to police figures, over the past decade, five million people have been stopped and sometimes searched in New York City by police officers. Of those, 87 per cent were black or Hispanic, groups that make up 54 per cent of the city's population. Around 10 per cent of the stops result in an arrest or a summons being issued.

[In Nazi Germany , as part of the destruction process of the Jews, Hitler created an elaborate system of movement restrictions and identification measures that included personal Jew identification cards, passports marked with a J, assignment of names and the outward marking of persons with a yellow star. Jews age six years or older were allowed to appear in public only when wearing the Jewish star. [MORE] In a white supremacy system there is no need for any such star - you are targeted by your skin color - because you are non-white.] 

4th Amendment is Just a Piece of Paper to Blacks & Latinos [believe in it at your own risk]. The following only applies to white folks: 

In order for the police to stop you the Supreme Court has ruled that police must have reasonable articulable suspicion that there is criminal activity afoot and the person detained is involved in the activity

In order to frisk you the Supreme Court has ruled that the police must have independent reasonable articulable suspicion that the person is armed and dangerous before they may touch you (a cursory patdown for weapons). Police may not act on on the basis of an inchoate and unparticularized suspicion or a hunch - there must be some specific articulable facts along with reasonable inferences from those facts to justify the intrusion. Lol.  


Same week Alton Sterling & Philando Castile were killed, a white man pointed a shotgun at white cops and lived [whites treat each other humanely]

All in their Family. From [HERE] In the same week two black men, Alton Sterling and Philando Castile were shot and killed by police in Louisiana and Minnesota allegedly because both men were armed, a white man who aimed his shotgun at passing motorists and officers in Raleigh, North Carolina, was taken into custody unharmed.

Raleigh police responded to a report last Tuesday, the News & Observer reported, that William Ray, 62, was pointing a shotgun at people as they drove by. As officers approached Ray, Wake County Sheriff Donnie Harrison told reporters last week, he became “belligerent” and raised his weapon. Donnie Farmer, a deputy at the scene, was able to push the barrel of Ray’s gun away. Ray then told officers, “I got something for you,” before pulling a second gun, a pistol, from his pocket. Farmer then hit Ray’s hand as the pistol fired. No one was injured.

“He had been drinking,” Wake County Sheriff Donnie Harrison told reporters. “He definitely had been drinking.” 

Ray was charged with assault on a law enforcement officer with a firearm and damage to property. His lawyer told the court he may be suffering from a mental illness, according to local news reports.

Ray’s encounter with police was a stark contrast to that of Sterling and Castile: Philando Castile was reaching for his wallet to retrieve his driver’s license, as instructed, when he was shot four times and killed by Officer Jeronimo Yanez. Alton Sterling was selling CDs outside a convenience store before being pushed to the ground, tasered, and then shot to death by officers. Ray aimed two weapons at police officers, firing at least once—officers did not return fire, and Ray is alive. [MORE]

Psychopathic Racial Personality. As protests unfolded around the country last week for Sterling and Castile’s deaths, many held up Ray’s case as example of how dramatic a role race can play in interactions with police. Specifically and according to Dr. Bobby Wright, 'by and large whites treat each other humanely but racists function as psychopaths in their relations with non-whites.  The psychopath is an individual who is constantly in conflict with other persons or groups. He is unable to experience guilt, is completely selfish and callous, and has a total disregard for the rights of others.' 

'Psychopaths know the difference between right and wrong but 'simply ignore the concept of right and wrong. By ignoring this trait in White people (the lack of ethical and moral development) Blacks have made and are still making a tragic mistake in basing the worldwide Black liberation movement on moral suasion. It is pathological for Blacks to keep attempting to use moral suasion on a people who have no morality where race is the variable.' [MORE


Obama, wtf do dead police in Dallas have to do with Police Brutality? ['Killing blacks is necessary to make whites feel safe.']  

"We are not divided as we seem." Obama has forgotten the context that he is in (system of white supremacy). Neely Fuller has explained that "Most white people hate Black people. The reason that most white people hate Black people is because whites are not Black people. If you know this about white people, you need know little else. If you do not know this about white people, virtually all else that you know about them will only confuse you."

You would think there were two juxtaposed extremist positions with most people in the middle; 1) those who are pro-police brutality and 2) those who want to kill cops. But as we have seen over the past week in the white media, most whites seem to be good with police brutality - so long as it is against Blacks & Latinos. The racist psychopathic logic emerging is 'police brutality against Black people is justified or ok because Dallas cops were killed allegedly by some ex-military Black man who was mad at white cops', 'Blacks & Latinos are inherently criminal so kill them before we get killed and 'killing blacks is necessary to make us feel safe.'

The media then contrasts the cop killings in Dallas to people protesting their own oppression - getting shot to death by cops because they were Black with red shirt on at store or had a 'wide nose' reaching for wallet. As if Black people who are against this conduct are necessarily also pro-death to cops. This is racial idiocy at its finest.  

White people's racist logic is not just stupid projection. White folks have the power to create a reality for us; a system of white supremacy or white collective power where they control all areas of human activity and all important resources.  Why are most white cops who kill Blacks and Latinos not convicted? What is White Collective Power? When a white police officer shoots a Black man and their fellow white officers, white police chief, white run union, white jurors, white prosecutors, white lawmakers and the white media support, defend, and finance the officers “right” to kill a non-white person. [MOREand [MORE]

When white folks play this role they are upholders of the White Supremacy Dynamic or racists. Dr. Blynd defines this as;

Racists - upholders, supporters and perpetrators of the institution of the White Supremacy Dynamic. An often misunderstood term confusing bigotry (personal dislike of a clan of men and women) with that of a system of oppression (structured and perpetuated injustice--racism) by merchants and slavers (Corporate state and their bastard, equally fictitious but deadly offspring, megacorporations). See: Bigot, Corporate State, Corporations & Person). [MORE]