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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Fleetwood Fats : 'R-Evolution'

#FleetwoodFats - Life is about transformation. Failure and Success, because without failure success wont be appreciated. The world is full of evils and goods, you have good which is innocents, love, peace, happiness in which we all are born. then you have evils, which is a lesson taught an emotion that comes from neglect lack of love, and display of respect. We must rise above the evils, stand stronger and my more unified than the enemy. allow our energy to be one with the universe and not one with the way of modern humanity. Sincerely... @FleetwoodFats
Original Track By - The Fugees
My Condolences go out to everyone in the world, that has been affected by an Injustice law.

Friday, May 1, 2015




 Officer Caesar R. Goodson Jr
1. Second degree depraved heart murder. Maximum sentence: 30 years
2. Manslaughter (involuntary). Ten years.
3. Assault / second degree. Ten years.
4. Manslaughter by vehicle (gross negligence). Ten years.
5. Manslaughter by vehicle (criminal negligence). Three years.
6. Misconduct in office. At court's discretion.

Officer William G. Porter
1. Manslaughter (involuntary. Ten years.
2. Assault / second degree. Ten years.
3. Misconduct in office. At court's discretion.

Lt Brian W. Rice 
1. Manslaughter (involuntary). Ten years.
2. Assault / second degree. Ten years.
3. Assault / second degree. Ten years.
4. Misconduct in office. At court's discretion.
5. Misconduct in office. At court's discretion.
6. False imprisonment. At court's discretion.

Officer Edward M. Nero
1. Assault / second degree. Ten years.
2. Assault / second degree. Ten years.
3. Misconduct in office. At court's discretion.
4. Misconduct in office. At court's discretion.
5. False imprisonment. At court's discretion.

Officer Garret E. Miller
1. Assault / second degree. Ten years.
2. Assault / second degree. Ten years.
3. Misconduct in office. At court's discretion.
4. Misconduct in office. At court's discretion.
5. False imprisonment. At court's discretion.

Sgt Alicia D. White
1. Manslaughter (involuntary). Ten years.
2. Assault / second degree. Ten years.
3. Misconduct in office. At court's discretion. 

Sunday, August 3, 2014

'I Can't Breathe' - 100 Broadway Stars Eric Garner Protest, NYC

'I Can't Breathe' - The Eric Garner Protest on Broadway, NYC

Over 100 Broadway stars, directors, producers, musicians, choreographers, designers and technicians from some of the most prominent productions gathered in front of the police station in Times Square on Tuesday. They wanted to send a message about police violence and the killing of Eric Garner. ‪#‎itstopstoday‬‪ #‎blukluxklan‬

Thursday, July 24, 2014

The NYPD and America's Police: To Protect and one

#NWO - As President Obama ushers in the end of what he called America’s “long season of war,” the former tools of combat —M-16 rifles, grenade launchers, silencers, drones, and more —are ending up in local police depts. The United States has the most people incarcerated in the World, China has over a billion people yet we have the most people in prison, and the crime % around the country is low, so why are Police depts being turned in to Military stations? We are def getting ready for a Domestic war. Guess who will be the casualties….The effects of cops moving from handguns to assault rifles and being equipped with tanks, bazookas, and Kevlar has been twofold. First, civil liberties have absolutely been eroded, with police-brutality rates skyrocketing in last decade according to the Justice Department. Not only that, but, with the influx of military gear into local police forces, cops begin to view themselves as soldiers whose main job is combat rather than keeping the peace. How else can you explain the rise in police shootings since 9/11?

Friday, May 9, 2014

Police shootings in Albuquerque N.M.- Security officials escorted protesters out of council meeting

Activist David Correia motions to Albuquerque Police chief Gorden Eden as Correia is escorted from city council chambers in Albuquerque, N.M., Thursday, May 8, 2014.
Activist David Correia motions to Albuquerque Police chief Gorden Eden as Correia is escorted from city council chambers in Albuquerque, N.M., Thursday, May 8, 2014. At least seven people were removed from the chambers and given a criminal trespass notice saying not to return to council chambers for 90 days. The Albuquerque City Council gathered Thursday under new rules and heightened security designed to avoid an angry confrontation like the one that broke out earlier in the week amid community outrage over a spate of deadly police shootings. Photo: Juan Antonio Labreche, AP

Source: Associated Press

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Security officials escorted some people from an Albuquerque City Council meeting amid new rules designed to avoid the sort of angry confrontation that broke out earlier this week over a spate of deadly police shootings.
The special meeting started quietly Thursday with the council president spelling out the rules for the night. Those included no signs, props or any other campaign material.
The Albuquerque Police Department has been under scrutiny over 39 police shootings in the city since 2010, prompting a harsh report earlier this year from theU.S. Justice Department that highlighted excessive use of force. Protests this week followed a weekend shooting that killed an armed man after a SWAT standoff.
Public comment was also limited to the legislation the council was prepared to consider, including measures near the bottom of the agenda that would affect the hiring of the police chief.

"If we don't have order tonight, I will clear the room. Please be respectful," Council PresidentKen Sanchez said.
Several people decided to take a stand by turning their backs to the council members and refusing to speak during their turns at the podium. Before being escorted out of the chambers by security, they raised their fists, prompting supporters in the crowd to do the same.
Watch the video below from the meeting and read the rest of this article HERE

Tuesday, October 1, 2013



      Police are supposed to protect and serve correct? So how come there are so many stories about them abusing their power? I think most of them were losers growing up, and were bullied so now they take it out on anyone they can, and of course that's not even including the racist ones, as told in a story i read this morning about the black couple being profiled and handcuffed in South Carolina. Here are cases about our Long island's finest abusing their power. Its nothing new with these pigs.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013


Source: - In another blow to the reputation of Florida’s criminal justice system, 18-year-old Israel Hernandez-Llach was killed Tuesday when police shocked him with a Taser. Hernandez-Llach, originally of Colombia, was caught spray-painting graffiti on an abandoned McDonalds. He likely would have been punished for vandalism with mandatory community service hours. Hernandez-Llach, who was also known by the nickname “Reefa,” was a well-known graffiti artist in Miami-Dade County. His art has appeared in Miami galleries, and his classmates knew him as “a genius.” 18-year-old Lucy Rynka, who graduated with Hernandez-Llach last year, told Reuters, “He showed me how powerful art can be, how you can use color and design to relay a powerful message.” In response to the shooting, the community held a memorial on Saturday for Hernandez-Llach. Around 400 people also participated in a peaceful protest against the police, booing at officers and shouting “Whose streets? Our streets!” The police have defended use of the Taser with the story that when cornered, Hernandez-Llach, ran at his pursuers instead of surrendering himself. But PolicyMic reports the story differently. Officers may have actually pressed Hernandez-Llach up against a wall before using the Taser on him, then high-fived over his body. Florida’s laws have come into question lately with the controversy over Trayvon Martin’s death and the Stand Your Ground laws. But Miami-Dade County’s law enforcement has been even more carefully examined due to recent shooting incidents and improper behavior.

See more of his artwork HERE.

Monday, September 10, 2012

NYPD Officers Sued for Punching Bronx Teen Repeatedly on Secret Camera

Luis Solivan, a 19-year-old from the Bronx, was walking home from the store last fall when an NYPD cruiser pulled a quick U-turn in his direction. He says he "got paranoid," the New York Times reports, and what happened next might help explain why: Solivan, who was unarmed, ran toward his mother's apartment, where two police officers proceeded to punch him in the face multiple times in what a new lawsuit against the department calls a "brutal and sadistic" beating. The officers charged Solivan with resisting arrest, but a grand jury decided not to indict him based in part on video of the incident captured by a neighbor through the window.

"They just started grabbing me, started hitting me," said Solivan, who, according to the police report, punched the cops and tried to grab for one officer's gun. "I was not resisting arrest." His lawyer, Ilann Maazel, explained that, without the grainy, disturbing video, Solivan likely would have been indicted. "What it shows is shocking," Maazel said. "It revealed that the police did not tell the truth and they wanted to put an innocent man in jail, potentially for many years." (Solivan was on probation for attempted murder as a youthful offender.)

According to the lawsuit Solivan filed today in Manhattan Federal District Court, the police then took him out to the hallway before using pepper spray and slamming his head into the wall, this time off-camera. The officers named in the suit are Thomas Dekoker and Brian R. O'Keeffe. Dekoker, the Times notes, was also found this summer to have used excessive force in another Bronx incident from 2008, with a jury rewarding the victim $500,000.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Woman Brutalized By Police For Using Cell Phone

By Damion Boycott

Much has been discussed lately regarding police brutality and police misconduct. What happened on August 21st to 34 year old Michelle Jordan adds to the conversation. Jordan was approached by two LAPD patrolmen for using a cell phone behind the wheel of her car. Jordan, a mother of one, exited her vehicle and was wrestled to the ground by one of the two patrolmen. After getting back on her feet, Jordan was handcuffed, then slammed to the ground with her hands cuffed behind her back. After they put Jordan in the squad car, they congratulated each other with a fist bump. These two patrolmen claimed Ms. Jordan was resisting arrest. However, the entire incident was captured on video, and the video tells a completely different story. Jordan did nothing by way of resisting arrest. This is a clear case of police brutality at it's finest.

The problem with policing is the  culture of policing. Patrolmen have ticket writing quotas and arrest quotas. They have to arrest a certain amount of people per month and write a certain amount of tickets per month. If they don't meet their quota their job is at stake, as a result they have to harass innocent people in an effort to stay employed.

If this incident was not captured on  video these two patrolmen would have gotten away with harming and brutalizing a defenseless woman. The victim, Ms. Jordan is recovering from her injuries and will be filing a civil suit.


Monday, July 9, 2012



HARLEM — The NYPD has created a "wanted" poster for a Harlem couple who film cops conducting stop-and-frisks and post the videos on YouTube — branding them "professional agitators" who portray cops in a bad light and listing their home address, New York has learned.
The flyer featured side-by-side mugshots of Matthew Swaye, 35, and his partner Christina Gonzalez, 25, and warned officers to be on guard against them.  It was spotted by multiple people, including the couple, when it was taped to a podium outside a public hearing room in the 30th Precinct house last Thursday, where residents met for precinct council meeting.
"Be aware that above subjects are known professional agitators," read the flyer, which bears the NYPD shield and a seal of the NYPD's Intelligence Division. It also gave the home address of the couple.
"Above subjects MO is that they video tape officers performing routine stops and post on YouTube," the sign said. "Subjects purpose is to portray officers in a negative way and too deter officers from conducting there [sic] responsibilities."
The flyer also listed the name and cellphone number of a Sgt. Nicholson in the 30th Precinct, and implored cops to "not feed into above subjects propaganda." 
Nicholson did not respond to a request for comment. The NYPD also did not respond to repeated requests.
A person who was at the meeting, but asked not to be named, said the flyer looked like a "wanted poster."
"I thought: 'Why isn't anyone arresting them?'" the individual said. "When you see something like that, you think there's a reward out for the person on the flyer."
Gonzalez, who was stunned to see her and her partner's face on the poster, quickly shot a video of the poster and uploaded it to YouTube.
"Someone is going to look at that and see my face on what looks like a wanted poster," said Gonzalez. "Anyone who doesn't know about our videos and know us will look at those mugshots, read about us being so-called agitators who interfere with police activity, and see criminals."
Swaye said he spoke out about the flyer at the council meeting, but got no response from police.
"I stood up immediately and quietly said my face is on this," he said. "I tried to validate myself; talked about my degrees."
Swaye said he also reached out to the sergeant and offered to cook dinner for the precinct so they could discuss the police tactics. Nicholson declined, he said.
He called the precinct the following day and was told the flyer had been taken down, he said.
"I have nothing to hide, but for the officers to know where I live is scary. I feel scared to bring people over here now," said Gonzalez.
The couple have filmed officers stopping and frisking and arresting young people of color in Harlem and around city, which they post on Gonzalez's YouTube account, according to Swaye. They said their actions are legal.
"There have been times when it's gotten combative. There have been times when they [police officers] have videoed Christina," said Swaye. "But if we were breaking the law they would have arrested us."
The couple has been arrested several times for civil disobedience within the past year, according to court documents. Swaye was part of a group of advocates including Cornel West who were detained at the 28th Precinct in Harlem in October protesting the stop-and-frisk policy.

Read more: DNAINFO.COM

Monday, June 18, 2012

How Does The Media Cover Up Police Brutality?

On Saturday June 23rd The Committee To Eliminate Media Offensive To African People (CEMOTAP) is hosting a speaking  event entitled "How Does The Media Cover Up Police Brutality?" Featured speakers will be legendary radio broadcaster Imhotep Gary Byrd, Milton Allimadi creator of and of course James McIntosh. The speakers will discuss how the media always broadcasts the police version of a story, and how they (the media) always seek to vilify the victim in an effort to assassinate their character. This promises to be an informative event.

CEMOTAP is located at 135-05 Rockaway Blvd. South Ozone Park, NY 11420. The event will begin at 2 PM. For more information call 718.322.8454.


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