Nov 25, 2014

Another Young Black Man Killed by White Police

Message at George Washington U.
  Via ThinkProgress/ Holley Matthews
You could be killed for being black for walking down the street - Yes, you can

Update: "While the grand jury proceeding in St. Louis County has concluded, the (U.S.) Justice Department’s investigation into the shooting of Michael Brown remains ongoing. Though we have shared information with local prosecutors during the course of our investigation, the federal inquiry has been independent of the local one from the start, and remains so now."
-- Attorney General Holder Statement on the Conclusion of the Grand Jury Proceeding in the Shooting of Michael Brown
The fact is few expected the murderous white garbage, Darren Wilson, who calls himself police would have be held accountable for harassing and then killing Michael Brown.

Few expected the ass of the St. Louis County prosecuting attorney, Robert P. McCulloch, to act as a public advocate; he sounded more like a defense attorney for Wilson last night. McCulloch belongs to the racists.

Few expected Gov. Jay Nixon (Dope-Missouri) to act and speak for justice.

No one will confuse these slime with civil rights advocates.

A base of white America holding political power in white America doesn't like blacks, doesn't like the sight of blacks driving, walking, voting, and would prefer blacks be segregated away or in prison.

White America has largely succeeded in its sick project.

"As I have said in previous posts, no matter which way you cut it, policing in a democracy is 90 percent about relationship. No one polices a community and effectively responds to crime and disorder in that community without FIRST building honest and thoughtful relationships with that community," writes former Madison, Wisconsin police chief, David Couper.

The relationship between blacks and St. Louis County racists is not thoughtful and honest, it's hateful, hostile and life-destroying.

Is anyone surprised that a small segment of the community reacted with rage and violence? (Eligon, Blinder, NYT)

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