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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

2nd Body Cam Videos Show White Baltimore Cops Manufacturing Evidence Against Black Man & Woman [all videos] 

Reason for the Stop Unknown [Racism/White Supremacy]. Reason for the Search: Smell of Weed [White Supremacy]. Reason for the Arrest at the time of Arrest Unknown [White Supremacy] The footage shows seven white officers searching the car of Insley’s client, Shamere Collins, on Nov. 29, 2016. Halfway through the footage, the officer is seen turning off his body camera. When the footage is turned back on, the officers quickly find bags of heroin and marijuana where an officer was searching previously. There are 11 videos, the clip above is a summary video. The other videos below are presented in order 1-10  [MORE].

From [HERE] and [HERE] For the second time in as many weeks, Baltimore police body-camera video has emerged showing what defense attorneys say is officers planting drugs on a criminal defendant.

Josh Insley, a local defense attorney, released the footage Tuesday, a day after the Baltimore state’s attorney’s office dropped all charges against his client based on concerns raised by the video. Insley said he believes the video shows officers “engage in what appears to be a staged recovery of narcotics,” and that he will be pursuing legal action against the police department. Videos 1-3 below. 

Insley’s client, Shamere Collins, 35, was arrested on Nov. 29, 2016 after police stopped her vehicle after observing a passenger conducting what officers believed was a drug deal, according to case records. After stopping the vehicle, police said they smelled marijuana, searched the car, and recovered heroin and marijuana. Charges were filed against Collins and the passenger.

“Those drugs were not in that car when we were pulled out, the state dismissed the case against me and my attorneys are reviewing the tapes to see what steps to take next,” Collins said in a statement.

The Baltimore public defender’s  (BPDS) officer represents the co-defendant - the unnamed Black man. [MORE]

A series of body-camera videos — shows multiple officers thoroughly searching a car, including the driver’s area, and then turning their cameras off and back on in an unexplained way. Videos 4-5 below. 

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On & Off Switch Gives Too Much Discretion to Unaccountable Cops: Edited Videos Test Credibility of Bodycams in Baltimore

[Prime Purpose of Bodycams is to Convict & Surveil You, Not Exonerate You] Body cams are evolving from operation which simply observes and records, to analyzing video feeds automatically using facial recognition software. In Georgia [eastern Europe] for instance, the NEC Corporation announced last wek that it has provided an advanced surveillance system for cities utilizing facial recognition to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, in cooperation with Capital Systems LLC, a leading system developer. The system began operation in June and works in combination with 400 CCTV surveillance cameras installed in Georgia's major cities, including the capital, Tbilisi. [MORE]

From [TheIntercept] BALTIMORE HAS BEEN wrestling with yet another police scandal. Last month, the city public defender’s office discovered body camera footage showing a local cop placing a bag of heroin in a pile of a trash in an alley. The cop, unaware he was being filmed, walked out of the alley, “turned on” his camera, and went back to “find” the drugs. The cop then arrested a man for the heroin, placed him in jail. The man, who couldn’t afford to post the $50,000 bail, languished there for seven months. He was finally released two weeks ago, after the public defender’s office sent the video to the state attorney.

Last year it was discovered that the Baltimore Police Department and a private company secretly used aerial surveillance to monitor the entire [mostly Black] city 24/7. [MORE]

The officer, Richard Pinheiro, has been suspended with pay, while two other cops in the video have been placed on administrative duty as the investigation pends. More than thirty other cases the three officers were to serve as witnesses for are now being dismissed. On Monday night, the Baltimore Sun reported that the public defender’s office found a second video that appeared to show different cops “manufacturing evidence.” (The second video has not been released.)

Now, as the credibility of the entire police-worn body camera program is called into question, the public anxiously waits to see if these two videos will actually lead to any sort of consequences. At a press conference on August 2, Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis stressed that the body camera program — which he’s committed to — is still fairly new, and there have been some understandable growing pains as officers adjust to the new technology. “While [those gaps in video footage were] ugly, and while I’m disappointed that officers in these two incidents did not have their cameras on, I think it’s irresponsible to jump to a conclusion that the police officers were engaged in criminal misconduct,” he said, urging the public to withhold its judgment until the investigation is complete.

“This is a critical test, and so far the BPD is failing,” said David Rocah, the senior staff attorney for the ACLU of Maryland. “The only way not to fail is for these officers to be held accountable, at least at the departmental level. And if that doesn’t happen, and they don’t suffer the most serious consequences, then I think the body camera program, and all the hopes for it, will have been set back almost irreparably.”

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White Philly Cop Suspended After Video Shows Him Slamming Defenseless, Handcuffed Black Man to the Ground

From [HERE] A white Philadelphia police officer will soon be off the job after video shows a questionable confrontation during an arrest, the department announced on Friday.

The incident happened on July 10 around midnight on the 200 block of East Elkhart Street.

Police say Officer James Yeager, 26, was attempting to arrest a man who was actively resisting arrest by swinging his arms and kicking.

According to police, cell phone video captured Yeager in full uniform grabbing the male after he was handcuffed and forcibly slamming him to the ground.

Additional video shows Yeager placing his baton around the man’s chest, picking him up and swinging him around, causing the suspect to strike his head against the side of a pool in the street, police said in a news release.

The man being arrested was taken to Temple University Hospital for critical injuries.

“That was totally unnecessary and aggressive for no reason. He was already in handcuffs. There was no harm that could’ve been brought to the cops, but to him at that point,” said Frederick Bender of Kensington.

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross has suspended Yeager for 30 days with intent to dismiss. Yeager has been on the force for four years and was assigned to the 24th district.

The FOP plans on fighting the department on that, and it has a high success rate in doing so. [MORE]


Releasing Balloons Into the Air Doesn't Stop Police Brutality: No Justice for Murder of John Crawford @ Walmart

The Teddy Bear Code is "protest" actually in cooperation with and submission to white supremacy/racism. [MOREFrom [HERE] At least 100 people gathered Saturday afternoon outside the Beavercreek Walmart store where John Crawford III was shot and killed by a white police officer three years ago. The rally on Pentagon Boulevard, organized by the group Black Lives Matter Miami Valley, drew honks of support as well as shouted insults from passing cars.  

Crawford's father was among the featured speakers. The rally also included a drum circle and a moment of silence, as Crawford's parents released 25 balloons in commemoration of what would have been their son's 25th birthday the previous Saturday.

The 22-year-old African American Crawford was shot and killed by white Beavercreek Police Officer Sean Williams on Aug. 5, 2014.

Officers had responded to 911 call from a white man who reported a Black man waving a firearm, which was later determined to be an air rifle Crawford had picked up from a store shelf. [MORE]


If you rub a brick long enough will it become a mirror?  Chancellor Williams and Dr. Cress Welsing have both explained that most Blacks 'continue to live in a dream world where they believe that singing, dancing, marching, praying and hoping will solve their problems.' [MORE]


$3.5M Settlement: White Cicero Cops Shot Latino Man in Back, Left Him for Dead, Planted Gun & Threatened Witnesses

From [HERE] and [HERE] and [HERE] It was an inside job. It had to be. And the Chicago Police Department had better get to the bottom of it.

It is bad enough that our city is awash with illegal guns. But to think that the cops themselves might be the source of some of those guns — or of even one. That would be a new low. The onus is on Police Supt. Eddie Johnson to solve this one or watch the public’s trust in our local police crumble just a little more.

Five years ago, according to a Better Government Association report in Sunday’s Sun-Times, a handgun turned up next to the body of a gang member who was shot to death by a Cicero police officer. Whether the gun belonged to the young man or was planted by the Cicero cop seems to be a matter of dispute, but what is clear is that the gun once was in the custody of the Chicago Police — and it was supposed to have been destroyed.

Thirteen years ago, a Cook County judge, William Stewart Boyd, had turned the gun over to the Chicago Police as part of a buyback program meant to take weapons off the street. Judge Boyd turned in the gun, a .38-caliber Smith & Wesson, and received a prepaid Visa card worth something less than $100.

As the BGA reports, the Chicago Police recover thousands of guns each year through buybacks, and confiscate thousands more when making arrests. The guns are supposed to be destroyed. But the gun the judged had turned in mysteriously popped up again in Cicero, at the scene of the shooting of 22-year-old Cesar A. Munive.

That shooting has a particularly bad feel about it. The Cicero police officer had a history of disciplinary problems, the victim’s family claimed in a civil rights suit that the officer shot an unarmed man, and the Cicero Town Council voted a few weeks ago to pay the family $3.5 million to settle the case.

The lawsuit in federal court alleged that Cicero police shot him in the back as he rode a bicycle and let him bleed to death, then planted a gun by him, "threatened to kill" a witness, and intimidated and arrested other witnesses.  G. Cesar Munive, father of the late son Cesar Munive, sued the Town of Cicero, its "police Officer Dominick Schullo "and other unknown Cicero police officers for conspiracy, recklessness, excessive force and other charges. 

The suit states: "On Thursday, July 5, 2012, Cesar Munive was riding his bike at the corner of 13th Street and 57th Avenue. A police officer drove at a high rate of speed, and pulled onto the curb and parkway at the corner. He jumped out of his car and without lawful cause or justification shot the unarmed decedent, Cesar Munive, once in the back.

After being shot the decedent screamed in pain and yelled that he had not done anything. The decedent fell down to the grass, bleeding. As Mr. Munive lay on the ground bleeding, the defendant officers forcefully handcuffed him with his hands behind his back and dragged him on the ground and delayed seeking medical attention. As a result of defendant Schullo's unlawful use of force, Munive suffered pain during his last conscious moments. The fatal police shooting was totally unjustified. Mr. Munive never did anything which could have justified the use of deadly force." Munive says his son "bled to death on the scene."

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'Yeah Fuk Fuk Fuk, Blah blah bleh', White Lansing Cop Makes Felony Threats & Batters Defenseless Black Teen - Suit Filed

Great Public Service From Racist Government. From [HERE] The family of a 15-year-old black Illinois teen seen pinned down by an off-duty police officer in a video that went viral in June filed a civil rights lawsuit against the Village of Lansing and the officer involved on Thursday.

The officer, who has not been named by the police department, “choked, throttled and battered” Jordan Brunson and as a result the teen continues to suffer from “bodily injury, pain, severe mental and emotional distress, fear, anguish, humiliation” according to the lawsuit obtained by NBC News.

It also states that the actions taken by the officer “were extreme and outrageous and were done intentionally.”

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[When Racists Call 911...] Questions Linger After White GA Cops Kill "Suspicious Black Man" Walking Up the Road

From [HERE] It’s been nearly a month since 58-year-old Euree Lee Martin walked from Milledgeville to Deepstep in neighboring Washington County where he later collapsed and died on the side of Deepstep Road after being tased while deputies responded to a report of a "suspicious person" on the road.

Details surrounding what led up to the incident have yet to be made public, as an investigation by a state law enforcement agency continues. 

Deputy Michael Howell, Sargent Lee Copeland and Deputy Rhett Scott were the responding officers who killed Martin according to a press release from the Washington County Sheriff's Office.

The sheriff's office says Martin fought deputies, but a bystander's phone video doesn't show that.

Dotson called the Tasing a "wrongful death," because there's no evidence that Martin did anything wrong.

"The video doesn't show him doing anything but walking, and that's not a crime," said Dotson.

A rep from the NAACP, Quentin T. Howell, no relation to Deputy Howell, said the NAACP was seeking the 911 tape be released to the public by authorities, as well as the dash camera recording from the deputies at the scene, along with the deputies’ body camera recordings of the incident.

Martin, who was known to walk from his home in Milledgeville to Deepstep to visit family members, reportedly did that same thing Friday, July 7.

Shortly before 7:30 p.m., a dispatcher with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a resident identifying himself as Cyrus Harris, who lives in Deepstep, according to a copy of the incident report from the call.

Deputy Michael Howell responded to the area of 11263 Deepstep Road to a complaint from Harris of a suspicious person.

That person turned out to be Martin.

“Before making it to 11263 Deepstep Road, I observed the black male on the right side of the road walking toward traffic that was headed toward Milledgeville near Deepstep Road and Mt. Sinai Road,” Deputy Howell said in the report. “I pulled alongside the black male with my passenger window down and asked the male subject, ‘Are you OK, and what’s your name.’ And he looked at me and asked, ‘Who are you,’ and he walked off walking toward Sandersville.” 

Nothing further was mentioned by the deputy in his incident report concerning what led up to deputies later deploying their department-issued Tasers on Martin.

Quentin T. Howell said Martin was not stopping at anyone’s house.

“All he was doing was walking up the road,” Howell said. “Why do cops have to be called for an American walking down the street and minding his own business? If we called the police every time we didn’t recognized somebody, police officers would hardly be able to do anything else except answer calls like that — day and night.

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Another Body Cam Video of Liar Baltimore Cops Manufacturing Evidence Discovered Leads to More Dismissals 

2nd Videos are [HERE].    From [arstechnica] More get-out-of-jail-free cards are being issued by Baltimore prosecutors—and more are likely, after Monday's disclosure of a second police body cam video that defense attorneys say shows cops manufacturing evidence.

The Maryland Office of the Public Defender said that charges against at least one suspect were dropped on Monday in light of the new video that they said shows officers "working together to manufacture evidence." The development comes days after the state's top prosecutor announced Friday that 34 prosecuted or pending drug or weapons cases were dropped or dismissed because they were connected to three officers seen in a different body cam video showing one officer planting drugs.

The brouhaha is part of the aftermath of the Maryland public defender's office releasing a body cam video last week that showed one white officer planting drugs in a trash-strewn alley. That officer, Richard Pinheiro, has been suspended while two others depicted in the video have been placed on administrative duty. That first video was turned over to defense attorneys as part of the usual discovery process. Pinheiro apparently did not realize that the agency's body cams retain footage 30 seconds before an officer presses the record button.

The public defender's office did not release the second suspicious video it discovered Monday because one of the two suspects in the video was not one of its clients. [ALL videos are [HERE] At least two more Baltimore officers are now under investigation, and the prosecutions in the cases they are connected to are being postponed until the investigation is completed, the authorities said.

"Pending the Baltimore Police Department's investigation pertaining to the officers' conduct, the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office is requesting postponements on all cases involving the officers," Melba Saunders, a spokeswoman for State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby, told the Baltimore Sun. "We look forward to continuing the advancement and pursuit of justice for all."

Police said the video in question "involves two arrests and the recovery of drugs from a car during a traffic stop," the Baltimore Sun said.

Defense attorneys suspect there are other still-undisclosed body cam videos, affecting hundreds of cases, that depict unethical conduct by Baltimore Police Department officers.

The discovery of the latest video brings to three the number of body cam videos [known to the public] in which police have recently staged a crime scene.

The third one is from Pueblo, Colorado, in which an officer staged a drug-find in a vehicle. Charges were dismissed against the suspect, but no public action was taken against Pueblo Police Department Officer Seth Jensen.

Here is the Colorado footage:

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Liar White Cops' Testimony is Worthless after Video Shows Them Planting Drugs: Baltimore Drops Dozens of Cases

Anon hypothesizes: 1) If blacks can be convicted on the basis of skin color (regardless of the evidence), it is logical to assume that whites can be acquitted or never charged on the basis of skin color (regardless of the evidence).

2) If evidence can be falsified by police and district attorneys to CONVICT black defendants, then it is logical to assume evidence can be falsified to ACQUIT white defendants. [MORE]

From [HERE] State attorneys are dismissing dozens of cases in Baltimore after reviewing a video that appears to show a police officer planting evidence at a crime scene while two other officers look on.

Over a hundred cases that would have relied on testimony from those three officers are now under review. As of Tuesday night, 41 had been dropped or were set to be dropped.

“The credibility of those officers has now been directly called into question,” Marilyn J. Mosby, the state’s attorney for Baltimore, said at a news conference on Friday.

The video, released last month and recorded in January, shows an officer who appears to place a bag of white capsules in an alleyway before walking toward the street, as the two other officers watch. He then appears to turn on his body camera and returns to the alley to retrieve the capsules.

The body cameras used by the Baltimore police retain footage of the 30 seconds before they are activated, so it is possible the officer did not realize the initial scene was being recorded.

In a statement last month, a public defender identified Richard Pinheiro as the officer who handled the bag.

The three officers shown in the video had been scheduled to participate in 123 cases. Ms. Mosby said that of those cases, the ones in which the charges hinged solely on the officers’ testimonies had to be thrown out because of a “credibility issue,” while others could still be prosecuted on other evidence.

So far, 27 cases have been cleared for prosecution to continue, 41 have been dropped and the remaining 55 are still awaiting review. The cases that have been dismissed involve drug-related felonies and weapons possession, Antonio Gioia, chief counsel at the Baltimore state’s attorney’s office, said at the news conference on Friday.

One of the officers involved was suspended; the other two were placed on administrative duty. On Tuesday, the police did not specify which officer was suspended.

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On July 4th ["the Fourth of Their Lie"] White NJ Cops were Ordered to Kick Black Teens Out of Town

Independence Day - The Fourth of Their Lie. (See Constitution & Declaration of Undie-Pendance). From FUNKTIONARY

From [HERE] The fireworks weren’t the only explosive moments at last year’s Fourth of July celebration, which ended in four arrests, the eventual discipline of several police officers and outraged calls in the community for the police chief’s ouster.

Police officers have been accused of using excessive force against crowds of mostly black teenagers. And newly released recordings of police radio transmissions that night capture police brass instructing officers to push a group of black teens across the border into Irvington. Officers are then told to “maintain our border” once the youth are across the city line.

The problem? The kids didn’t live in Irvington.

The year-old incident has exposed racial tension in one of the most diverse parts of New Jersey. About 35 percent of Maplewood and 29 percent of South Orange are black. The middle-class communities are suburbs of Newark and neighboring Irvington, which is 85 percent black. Irvington also has a higher crime rate than its neighbors.

New Jersey 101.5 this week obtained copies of the audio recordings. The voices ordering officers to push the teens across the city line were identified by local news website The Village Green as those of Chief Robert Cimino and Capt. Joshua Cummis.

The city also released hours of video from police dashcam recordings, which show more than a dozen officers herding a small group of young men and women through a neighborhood.

The parade of cops and young people is orderly until a commotion happens off camera. Video shows two groups of officers taking down two young men and arresting them. One of the teens is punched several times by a number of officers while one officer reaches for what appears to be a chemical spray.

Public attention is back on the year-old incident after the Township Committee this month ordered the release of the recordings for the first time. The police department announced on Friday, ahead of the release of the recordings, that six officers had been disciplined.

The incident was investigated by the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, which declined to press criminal charges against any officers, spokeswoman Catherine Carter said.  In April, the prosecutor also declined to charge Cimino and Cummis with racial profiling.

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