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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

White Boston Cops & Far-Right Rally-Goers United in Their Hatred of Niggers During Weekend Protest

My Boston. From [TheIntercept] “IT’S UNBELIEVABLE THAT this many police officers came here to protect them,” Ashley Lloyd said. “They’re not protecting us.”

Lloyd, a Boston resident, expressed her frustration with the police after officers clashed with antiracist demonstrators over the weekend. A “free speech” rally in the city — which was tied to the “alt-right,” a conservative faction that espouses far-right ideologies grounded in white supremacy — turned out what police estimated to be between 50 and 75 people. Lloyd was among the estimated 40,000 counterprotesters who showed up. The numbers were overwhelmingly in favor of the antiracist demonstrations, but as the day progressed, counterprotesters still had reason to question if their city — and, in particular, its institutions — was behind them or the right-wing demonstrators.

As the far-right rally came to a close, however, the attendees needed to exit the city’s downtown area, which was swamped with antiracist demonstrators. The result was a tense face-off between some mostly peaceful counter-demonstrators and Boston Police Department officers in full riot gear on Boylston Street, where sporadic scuffles broke out. Set against the backdrop of racial tensions in Boston between law enforcement and people of color, some of the counterprotesters wondered whose side the police were on.

The BPD has a long-held reputation as a racially intolerant public institution. The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts found, in a study first published in October 2014, that the department stops black citizens disproportionately. The commonwealth’s Supreme Judicial Court cited that report when it ruled in September 2016 that black men running from Boston police have a right to do so and that the action of flight is not suspicious.

For the city’s black residents, the ruling did not come as a surprise. “[T]he black community has been screaming about this forever and no one cares,” Roxbury organizer Jamarhl Crawford said in a 2012 interview with the Boston Phoenix. And a July 2016 poll found that 32 percent of black Bostonians believe the city’s police treat minorities unfairly.

THE DISTRUST THAT black counterprotesters held for police was evident throughout Saturday. At one point, Boston hip-hop artist Oompa confronted a man wearing a Republican Party T-shirt. She later recalled telling the man that wearing the shirt was “violent,” and that his presence was a threat to her community. Police intervened and got between the two, but with their back to the Trump supporter. Oompa told police that the positioning meant officers saw her as a threat and were protecting the right-wing activist.

“Your back is to him, because you’re protecting him,” Oompa said to a white officer. “If your back was to me, it would mean you have my back. Your back ain’t to me.”

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Suit Filed: Black Man Locked Up for Shoplifting Beaten to Death by Group of Cops for Singing in His Cell in NY

From [HERE] A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed by the family of an inmate who died at the Suffolk County Jail in Riverhead two years ago. 

According to the family's attorney, Andre Seabrook,  was beaten by a group of guards at the Suffolk County Jail in Riverhead. They claim the guards punched, kicked and stomped the 46-year-old inmate for singing and humming in his cell.

Seabrook, of Amityville, was left paralyzed below the waist and unable to urinate on his own. Six weeks later, Seabrook died unexpectedly. 

Attorney Frank Andrea says Seabrook was nonviolent criminal. He had been arrested for allegedly shoplifting a tent from a department store. 

"It was a petit larceny, and to have this happen to him is pretty horrific," says Andrea. 

Seabrook's relatives filed a $2 million wrongful death lawsuit at the federal courthouse in Central Islip. They blame his death on an ongoing policy of abuse against non-whites.

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For 3rd Time Since July, White Baltimore Cops are Caught Remixing Body-cam footage to Convict Blacks 

Video Not Reeased Yet. From [NyTimes] For the third time in about a month, body-camera video showing “questionable activity” by Baltimore police officers has prompted state prosecutors to dismiss or postpone dozens of criminal cases, the Baltimore City state’s attorney’s office said in a statement this week.

The state attorney’s office did not describe what was captured in this latest video. But it said the footage was brought to the attention of the office by the Baltimore Police Department on Aug. 2 and “was self-reported as a re-enactment of the seizure of evidence.”

State attorneys referred the matter to the Police Department’s internal affairs division.

T.J. Smith, a spokesman for the department, did not respond to questions about the video’s content. “The officer’s status has not changed as a result of the state’s attorney’s press release,” he said in an email on Tuesday.

Two other police body-camera videos that have emerged since mid-July also prompted investigations. Maryland’s Office of the Public Defender said they appeared to show officers planting or manufacturing evidence.

In one, recorded in January, an officer appeared to pretend to find a bag of white capsules after hiding them in an alley just moments before.

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Suit Settled: White Reno Cops Turned Dog Loose on Latino Man Kneeling Down with His Hands on His Head

From [HERE] A Latino man who was mauled by a police dog after surrendering during a police chase with white cops has settled his excessive force lawsuit against two Washoe County deputies for $17,500.

Eugenio Corona sued the two deputies in July, claiming they used excessive force and violated his civil rights by siccing a K-9 on him as he knelt on the pavement with his hands held on his head. 

With unusual swiftness, Washoe County offered to settle the case for $17,500 in an effort to control litigation costs. But Washoe County Sheriff's deputies Jason Wood and deputies Francisco Gamboa did not admit liability, nor did they admit Corona suffered any damages from the attack.

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White Chicago Cop Might Lose his Job After Lying Over & Over to Cover Up the Murder of Darius Pinex

From [HERE] and [HEREChicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson has moved to fire an officer accused of lying about the circumstances that led him and his partner to fatally shoot a motorist on the South Side more than six years ago.

Johnson's decision comes about six months after the Independent Police Review Authority found that Officer Raoul Mosqueda violated Police Department policies in the 2011 fatal shooting of 27-year-old Darius Pinex. IPRA had recommended to Johnson that Mosqueda be fired.

In a 34-page report issued in February, IPRA noted discrepancies between a police dispatch recording and the testimony repeatedly given by Mosqueda about how the shooting unfolded.

In its report, IPRA concluded that Mosqueda lied on three occasions — during his initial statement to IPRA investigators immediately following the Jan. 7, 2011, shooting, at a 2013 deposition for a lawsuit filed by Pinex's family and then on the stand at trial in 2015 over the lawsuit. Even after the trial, Mosqueda stood by his version while giving another statement to IPRA investigators last September, the report said.

On Monday, a police spokesman said Mosqueda was suspended without pay Saturday. He had been stripped of his police powers when IPRA made its recommendation in February.

Days before IPRA recommended his firing, Mosqueda was promoted by the the Police Department to field training officer at a ceremony at Navy Pier.

His case will now be heard before the nine-member, mayoral-appointed police board, which will decide whether he should be fired.

The city settled the lawsuit with Pinex's family in December for about $3.5 million.

Pinex was fatally shot by two police officers during a traffic stop in 2011. Mosqueda and his partner, Gildardo Sierra, fired into a moving car at Pinex even though he had not displayed a weapon.

The first trial had concluded with a jury finding in favor of the city and the officers.

But the case erupted into controversy in January when U.S. District Judge Edmond Chang ordered a new trial and found that Jordan Marsh, then a Law Department lawyer, had intentionally withheld crucial evidence. Marsh resigned, and Mayor Rahm Emanuel hired longtime Chicago lawyer Dan Webb to conduct a third-party review of the department.

In taking the rare action of striking the city's motion for summary judgment from the record, the judge said a reasonable jury could conclude that officers Gildardo Sierra and Raul Mosqueda "lied and covered up" their reasons for stopping Pinex's car the night of the shooting.

Chang wrote in his four-page order that the officers had given inconsistent statements about an emergency dispatch they allegedly heard describing Pinex's Oldsmobile as wanted in an earlier shooting. When the recording finally was produced at trial in April 2015 — after years of city lawyers denying it existed — there was no mention of a shooting or a gun, the judge said.

Chang said a jury could "reasonably reject the lawfulness of the stop."

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Freedom of Movement or Negro Removal? Gang of White Maplewood Cops Attack & Remove Black Teen From Town - Suit Filed

From [HERE] A Black New Jersey teenager has filed a lawsuit after he claims he was following a white police officers' orders when he became the victim of brutality.

Recent high school graduate Jason McDougal said he was doing what police told him to when a gang of white Maplewood officers suddenly slammed him to the ground, sprayed him with mace, and punched and kicked him, all while using racial epithets.

It happened early in the morning on July 5, 2016, after the then 16-year-old and his friends had been out watching fireworks, and the incident was caught on camera.

The video shows the encounter between police and the group on teens, and the community had to go to court to get it released after the teens complained they were surrounded by cops and forced into the neighboring community of Irvington.

"Maplewood police officers herded children," attorney Robert Tarver said. "He was 16 years old at the time. In the dead of night. Away from their homes."

McDougal and his family are filing a federal civil rights claim, since they say their past efforts to get justice have been unsuccessful.

"He was punched in the head no less than 13 times while on the ground and while being restrained by all these officers," Tarver said.

Officials in Maplewood have asked for the police chiefs resignation in light of the case.

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Family Seeks Help from Dept of Racism [Justice] after Unaccountable MS Cops 'Mistakenly' Murder Latino Man

From [HERE] An attorney for the family of a Latino man shot and killed last month by police is opening up about a new request for a federal investigation into his death.

“The family’s still in shock,” said Lopez family attorney Aaron Neglia. “From day one, the only thing they wanted to do was clear their father’s and husband’s name.”

Ismael Lopez, 41, was killed when officers mistakenly went to his house on a domestic violence call. Police even shot his dog.

But the suspect they were looking for actually lived across the street.

The story made national headlines and sparked protests.

“We have to stop that and see if we can bring light to the matter of corrupt police departments,” said Pastor Rolando Rostro at a July 27 protest in front of the Southaven Police Department.

Family attorneys Friday wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, requesting a federal investigation into the case and pointing out what they call a lack of transparency by the Southaven Police Department.

“They didn’t release the information on the police officers who were involved, they haven’t released any relevant information as to how this could have happened, most importantly they haven’t offered any condolences or apologies for killing an innocent man,” Neglia said.

Attorneys also argue that both Lopez’s wife and a neighbor say police never announced themselves when they knocked on his door that night, something Neglia said police are required by law to do before taking any action.

“All he heard was pound, pound, pound, pound, pound, pound, pound, pound, pound, and then pop, pop, pop of the gunshot,” he said.

Investigators insist Lopez cracked the door and pointed a gun at them, although attorneys said evidence photos from the scene prove he was shot through a closed door.

“Mr. Lopez was about six to eight feet away from the door when he was shot in the back of the head,” Neglia said. [MORE]


Excessive force, poor medical care led to death of Orange County inmate, lawsuit claims

From [HERE] wrongful death lawsuit filed this week claims that officers at the Orange County Jail knew William Howard, 75, was going through a mental breakdown when they used force, which caused a neck fracture and his death.

The allegations are part of a federal lawsuit filed by Howard’s family against Orange County, corrections officers and the jail’s nursing staff after Howard was killed while in custody.

His death led to a batch of officers being placed under investigation and three members of the nursing staff being reprimanded, including one who was terminated for not properly treating Howard after the takedown, according to internal documents from the jail.

Howard’s family did not include an exact dollar amount for which they are suing but the lawsuits states they are looking for reimbursement for medical and funeral expenses, mental pain and suffering and loss of earnings.

The lawsuit claims he had glaucoma, an eye condition that causes blindness, so officers banged on the cell door to get his attention but Howard did not respond.

Cpl. Juan Padilla, who has worked for the jail for 10 years and supervised Howard’s transfer, authorized the other four officers to use force.

Internal documents show they used pepper spray then did a takedown on the inmate.

The officers “ripped Howard away from the wall and slammed him head-first onto the concrete cell floor,” the lawsuit states.

The takedown caused a neck fracture — and his death, an autopsy shows.

The lawsuit claims the officers used excessive force. It also says the officers outnumbered Howard and were muscular, whereas Howard was “elderly, effectively blind and weighed 187 pounds.”

Howard’s family attorney also claims the county was negligent in allowing Padilla to work for the jail because he’s faced criminal charges.

The Orange County Jail said Padilla was arrested in Volusia County in 2010 on an assault charge, but the case was dismissed.

He still works for the jail and is in good standing, Proudfit said.

After Howard’s injury, he was not evaluated for more than 24 hours by medical staff at the jail, the lawsuit states.

The suit claims the nursing staff had a “deliberate indifference” to his serious medical needs.

Howard complained of neck and back pain, along with weakness and decreased sensation in his legs, according to notes in his autopsy.

The lawsuit is the second filed within weeks that states the jail’s medical care was inadequate and caused the death of an inmate.

The family of Max Gracia, 22, filed a federal lawsuit against the jail and nursing staff after he died in 2015 because of an infection that was caused by a police dog bite during his arrest.

The lawsuit claims the nurses failed to care for him and get him to a hospital for treatment.


2 White Euclid Cops on Video Violently Beating Black Man, Slamming His Head Into Ground for "Resisting Arrest"

From [HERE] and [HERE] Euclid police are reviewing a struggle between two white police officers and a Black man that was caught on video and spread on social media Saturday.

Richard Hubbard, 25, was driving a 2011 Hyundai when he was pulled over on East 228th Street before 10:30 a.m, for an unknown "moving violation" according to a news release.

Police ordered Hubbard out of the car, instructing him to face away, so they could arrest him. Apparently he was placed under arrest for driving on a suspended driver's license. 

Hubbard did not face away. A video shows Hubbard on the ground while a Black woman yells at the white cops to stop assaulting him. One of the officers is shown slamming Hubbard's body repeatedly into the ground. The officer briefly puts his hands around the man's neck and pushes his head into the ground at least three times.

The officer then sits over him and punches his face multiple times. The other officer pats his partner's back before the officer on top of the man slides an object away.

Police have not identified the officers.

Hubbard was taken to the Cuyahoga County Jail Euclid Annex and medically examined. He posted bond on charges of driving under suspension and resisting arrest.

Councilwoman Taneika Hill, Ward 3, said, "I was very disturbed by what I saw.I am waiting for my chief and my mayor to respond to me and add some clarity. To me the video is very disturbing."

"I do not want to move ahead of facts, but at the same time the human in me, its disturbing, to see a person hitting someone to that degree is disturbing. I will never understand why the officers would continuously hit. I will never understand why the young lady [who was video recording it] was put on the me that is humiliating, cant wrap my mind around things like that....Do not want to move ahead of the facts"

"I am not an officer...again, I don't know what happened before,I can't speak on what happened. I can only speak on what my heart felt."


Montgomery County Settles Suit for 1.75M: Genocidal White Cops Murdered Black Man by Tasering him for 37 Seconds

Mentacidal Black Children Cheer on Genocidal White Cops Murdering Black Man b/c He is Black. From [HERE] Montgomery County officials have settled a civil rights violation claim with the family of a Gaithersburg man who died after county police officers shot him with a Taser during a 2013 arrest.

The county paid the family $1.75 million but admitted no liability, the county’s chief of litigation, Patricia Via, said Thursday. The amount was approved by the finance director and covered by the county’s self-insurance program. It does not require approval by the County Council, she said.

The settlement was reached in June.

The family alleged in a recent letter written to county officials that officers violated Anthony Howard Sr.’s civil rights during the April 19, 2013, arrest.

“The County recently settled a claim filed by the estate of Anthony Howard Sr. and Anthony Howard Jr. involving [the elder] Mr. Howard’s interaction with police,” Via said in an email. “The settlement was made without any admission of liability on the part of the county and the officers.”

When Montgomery County police encountered Howard in April 2013, the 51-year-old man was behaving erratically. High on cocaine, Howard started the standoff by dancing barefoot on an SUV roof, barking and muttering gibberish in a quiet Gaithersburg cul-de-sac.

Police said in an incident report that Howard had thrown “boulders” and charged at officers. But a 17-minute video taken by a resident and obtained by The Sun showed that when white officers approached Howard for the last time, he was standing still, holding a child’s scooter. Officers fired two Tasers, shooting electrified darts connected by long wires into Howard’s body.

After he dropped the scooter and keeled over onto a flower bed, police continued to pump electricity into Howard; he kicked wildly on his back with four officers standing over him. Police fired their Tasers at Howard nine times for a total of 37 seconds, data shows — far above the recommended limit of 15 seconds. He stopped breathing and died shortly afterward.

Anthony Howard’s sister, Robbin, told The Sun that she and her family had been asking questions about his death but had gotten few answers. The family abandoned legal action against Montgomery County years ago after police declined to turn over any videos they had obtained from neighbors who recorded the incident on their mobile devices.

She and her relatives first saw the video of her brother’s arrest when The Baltimore Sun provided her with a copy last year.

She and Anthony Howard Jr. filed a civil rights lawsuit in U.S. District Court of Maryland in October last year. They sought $50 million for each of eight claims, including allegations of excessive force by police.

The lawsuit stated that Howard never attempted to flee, kept a safe distance from the officers and bystanders and “did not pose any legitimate, immediate threat to the physical safety of the police officers or bystanders.”

The legal action was voluntarily dismissed days later when settlement negotiations began.

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