Wednesday, March 18, 2009

For Sugar and Cinie.

I want to talk to Sugar and Cinie for a second.More Black men are being killed because Barack is elected President. Do you feel proud of yourselves? Most sociologist know that summer usually is the best time for riots.People on the right are now calling for violence. They are telling people to "go to the hills".They are told to gather supplies.They are being told explicitly to overthrow the government. Some say that it's because he's a socialist. Well socialist help black people.At one time the Communist did, until they (Russia) had to join the U.S. to first get rid of that Hitler guy. That Black thing will have to be later.This cause some anti-Communist, Socialist groups to be formed. Yes during WWII America was "palling around with Communist ".Today Sugar and Cinie prey on people and scare them with these words. Words have meaning and people can die because of words.Congratulations ladies ,thanks to you soon slavery is back in effect.

H/T to Howard Witt and AAPP:
"We are closely monitoring the events in Homer," said Donald Washington, the U.S. attorney for the Western District of Louisiana. "I understand that a number of allegations are being made that, if true, would be serious enough for us to follow up on very quickly."

Yet the Feb. 20 Homer incident was not an isolated case. Across the nation, in four cases in recent months, white police officers have been accused of unprovoked shootings of African Americans in what civil rights leaders say are illustrations of the potentially deadly consequences of racial profiling by police.

In the mostly white Houston suburb of Bellaire, a 23-year-old black man sitting in his own SUV in the driveway of his parents' home was shot and wounded on New Year's Eve by police who mistakenly believed he had stolen the vehicle. The case is under investigation.

In Oakland, a transit police officer has been charged with murder for allegedly shooting an unarmed black man in the back while he was restrained and lying face down on a train platform on New Year's Day.

In New Orleans, nine police officers are under investigation in the New Year's Day death of a 22-year-old black man who was struck by 14 bullets after an undercover team stopped his car. The police say the man raised a gun and fired at them, but the man's family disputes that.

"All the anecdotal information demonstrates that African Americans are the most frequent victims of zealous, inappropriate police activity that often winds up in a shooting," said Reggie Shuford, a senior attorney with the racial justice program at the American Civil Liberties Union. "It's a shoot first, ask questions later approach to policing."

The evidence is not merely anecdotal. The most recent national analysis from the Justice Department's Bureau of Justice Statistics shows that blacks and Hispanics were nearly three times as likely as whites to be searched by police—and blacks were almost four times as likely as whites to be subjected to the use of force.

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