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Caught On Tape: Fla. Cop Threatens To ‘Put A Round’ In Black Men During Traffic Stop | News One
Within the last two months, Eric Garner, 43, unarmed, was killed on July 17 by NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo who placed him in an illegal chokehold while questioning him for allegedly selling untaxed cigarettes; John Crawford, 22, unarmed, was shot and killed on August 5 by two Ohio police officers, David Darkow and Sean Williams, in Walmart after he was spotted holding a toy rifle; 18-year-old Mike Brown, unarmed, was gunned down by Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson while walking with a friend in his neighborhood; and Ezell Ford, 24, who was also unarmed, was shot and killed by unnamed officers in the LAPD on August 12.
In the wake of these tragic events and renewed intense conversations surrounding police brutality against Black men, a video  of police in Boynton Beach, Florida threatening to “put a round” through four Black men during a routine traffic stop has emerged and begun making the rounds on social media.
One of the occupants in the video records the interaction, even after the officer tells him to stop, to which he responds:

No, I have rights. I’m not intimidated. I have rights.
Sir, I’m recording your ass. What the f*ck you going to do?
B**ch, you’re on camera. What the f*cks wrong with you. Stupid ass cracker.


The driver of the car repeatedly asks the officer who stopped them for his badge number. The officer provides his name, but not the number, prompting the driver to attempt to take a picture of his badge. The officer slaps the phone out of his hand, pulls him from the car and places him face down on the ground.
That’s when another officer, presumably his partner or back-up rushes to the window, gun drawn, and says:
“I’ll put a round in your ass so quick,” with his weapon threw the window pointed directly at the men.
(Watch the Video Here) (Photo Credit: AmericaWakieWakie)

america-wakiewakie:

Caught On Tape: Fla. Cop Threatens To ‘Put A Round’ In Black Men During Traffic Stop | News One

Within the last two months, Eric Garner, 43, unarmed, was killed on July 17 by NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo who placed him in an illegal chokehold while questioning him for allegedly selling untaxed cigarettes; John Crawford, 22, unarmed, was shot and killed on August 5 by two Ohio police officers, David Darkow and Sean Williams, in Walmart after he was spotted holding a toy rifle; 18-year-old Mike Brown, unarmed, was gunned down by Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson while walking with a friend in his neighborhood; and Ezell Ford, 24, who was also unarmed, was shot and killed by unnamed officers in the LAPD on August 12.

In the wake of these tragic events and renewed intense conversations surrounding police brutality against Black men, a video  of police in Boynton Beach, Florida threatening to “put a round” through four Black men during a routine traffic stop has emerged and begun making the rounds on social media.

One of the occupants in the video records the interaction, even after the officer tells him to stop, to which he responds:

No, I have rights. I’m not intimidated. I have rights.

Sir, I’m recording your ass. What the f*ck you going to do?

B**ch, you’re on camera. What the f*cks wrong with you. Stupid ass cracker.

The driver of the car repeatedly asks the officer who stopped them for his badge number. The officer provides his name, but not the number, prompting the driver to attempt to take a picture of his badge. The officer slaps the phone out of his hand, pulls him from the car and places him face down on the ground.

That’s when another officer, presumably his partner or back-up rushes to the window, gun drawn, and says:

“I’ll put a round in your ass so quick,” with his weapon threw the window pointed directly at the men.

(Watch the Video Here) (Photo Credit: AmericaWakieWakie)

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Anonymous asked: Shouldn't a better way to say "white people" be "american white people" because as an european I am white and yet have my own culture and tradition so we are not like those white trash you got in the us

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foie:

whitegirlsaintshit:

plikepterodactyl:

whitegirlsaintshit:

hahaha okay 

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you’re right. the white trash is only in the US. gotcha.

Cause Germany is all of Europe and nazis are only in Europe right gotcha

those countries above, in order, are:

Sweden

Germany

Finland

Greece

Ireland

France

Ukraine

Thanks for contributing! Maybe next time you won’t do it with your head 1000 leagues deep in your asshole.

I am so proud of you rn

Europe is the ORIGIN of white bullshit how can you even make this argument

You're Old & Finally Out Of Prison: What Happens Now?

When Gloria Rubero was sentenced to 20 to life in 1981 for robbery and murder, the NYC subway fare was sixty cents; cigarettes cost 45 cents; and VCRs were a cutting edge technology. Twenty-six years later, Rubero, age 56, was released from prison into a city that she describes as “a time warp.” After spending the majority of her sentence at the maximum security facility at Bedford Hills, she had never used the internet, a cell phone or a MetroCard. On her first day out of prison, she saw people who seemed to be talking to themselves. Alarmed at the number of people she assumed were mentally ill, she asked her friend to bring her back to prison.

Across the country, the elderly prison population is skyrocketing. Between 1995 and 2010, the number of incarcerated people older than 55 has quadrupled. In New York State, as of January 2013, over 9,200 people (or nearly 25%) of its prison population are ages 50 or above.

In 2012, over 27,000 people were released from New York State prisons. Nearly half return to New York City. Almost 2,000 (or 13.2% of those released) were age 50 or older. Like Rubero, the majority had spent many years in prison, and they returned to a world that seemed like science fiction.

(Source: ethiopienne, via randomactsofchaos)

thepoliticalfreakshow:

Remembering African-American Injured/Killed By Murder/Police Brutality In America
Jasmine Thar, 16 (North Carolina) - Killed December 23, 2011 By White Man Found With Nazi Memorabilia, James Blackwell, Charges Still Have Not Been Filed In Her Murder
The murder took place on December 23, 2011 in Chadbourn, North Carolina – a town of 2000 residents 150 miles southeast of Charlotte. Ms. Jasmine Thar, a 16-year-old sophomore at Ardrey Kell High School in Charlotte, was visiting her godmother Treka McMillian and her friend Jah-mesha McMillian in the small town. Jasmine’s mother, Carletta McNeil, was already in the SUV waiting for Jasmine and the McMillians to get in so they could all go Christmas shopping. Suddenly, a single shot from a Remington 700 rifle came from a neighbor’s bedroom window, striking both the McMillians and fatally striking Jasmine in the chest. Jasmine’s 15-year-old brother, Jay, applied pressure to the bullet-wound to her chest, begging his sister “don’t leave me.”
The killer, 23-year-old James Anthony Blackwell, said the gun “fired accidentally” when he removed it from a case. Blackwell was handcuffed by Chadbourn cop Scott Rockwell and taken to the police station, but only to allow Blackwell to “calm down away from the scene.” No charges were filed because the cop wrote in his “report” that the killing was an accident. Police found a Confederate flag and Nazi memorabilia and books in the shooter’s bedroom. Jah-mesha McMillan was also shot in the chest, but ultimately survived. The FBI’s Civil Rights Division is now looking into the shooting. Blackwell has since disappeared from the neighborhood. [Op-Nat-Eye]
UPDATE: Here’s more info about the killer’s purported Nazism

The family of a teenage girl who was fatally shot by a neighbor five months ago in Charlotte believes the shooting may have been racially motivated.
16 year old Jasmine Thar, was shot and killed while visiting family in Chadbourn, N.C., during the Christmas holiday. The shooter, a neighbor of the family Thar was visiting, claims his high-powered rifle accidentally fired when he was taking it out of its case.
The teen’s mom is now asking prosecutors to press criminal charges.
At a news conference, Carletta McNeil said she believes her daughter, Jasmine Thar, was the victim of a racially-motivated crime.
WSOC reports the family is concerned the shooting may have been racially motivated after police found a Confederate flag and Nazi memorabilia in the shooter’s bedroom.



“I will not be satisfied until justice is served,” McNeil said.
Jasmine, a sophomore, was shot Dec. 23 in front of a house in the small town of Chadbourn, where she was visiting with her godmother and a friend.
As they walked toward a vehicle for a shopping trip about 11 a.m., a single bullet fired from a home across the street struck all three, killing Jasmine and injuring the others.
According to a police report, the shot came from a Remington Model 700 rifle owned by 23 year old James Anthony Blackwell.
Blackwell told police he had taken the rifle from a case and it fired without him pulling the trigger.
The Remington Model 700, one of the most popular bolt-action rifles, is the subject of dozens of lawsuits, alleging a defect causes the weapon to fire without a trigger pull.
Chadbourn police took Blackwell to the station, but did not arrest him and later released him.
FBI spokeswoman Shelley Lynch confirmed the agency’s civil rights unit is investigating.
Source

thepoliticalfreakshow:

Remembering African-American Injured/Killed By Murder/Police Brutality In America

Jasmine Thar, 16 (North Carolina) - Killed December 23, 2011 By White Man Found With Nazi Memorabilia, James Blackwell, Charges Still Have Not Been Filed In Her Murder

The murder took place on December 23, 2011 in Chadbourn, North Carolina – a town of 2000 residents 150 miles southeast of Charlotte. Ms. Jasmine Thar, a 16-year-old sophomore at Ardrey Kell High School in Charlotte, was visiting her godmother Treka McMillian and her friend Jah-mesha McMillian in the small town. Jasmine’s mother, Carletta McNeil, was already in the SUV waiting for Jasmine and the McMillians to get in so they could all go Christmas shopping. Suddenly, a single shot from a Remington 700 rifle came from a neighbor’s bedroom window, striking both the McMillians and fatally striking Jasmine in the chest. Jasmine’s 15-year-old brother, Jay, applied pressure to the bullet-wound to her chest, begging his sister “don’t leave me.”

The killer, 23-year-old James Anthony Blackwell, said the gun “fired accidentally” when he removed it from a case. Blackwell was handcuffed by Chadbourn cop Scott Rockwell and taken to the police station, but only to allow Blackwell to “calm down away from the scene.” No charges were filed because the cop wrote in his “report” that the killing was an accident. Police found a Confederate flag and Nazi memorabilia and books in the shooter’s bedroom. Jah-mesha McMillan was also shot in the chest, but ultimately survived. The FBI’s Civil Rights Division is now looking into the shooting. Blackwell has since disappeared from the neighborhood. [Op-Nat-Eye]

UPDATE: Here’s more info about the killer’s purported Nazism

The family of a teenage girl who was fatally shot by a neighbor five months ago in Charlotte believes the shooting may have been racially motivated.

16 year old Jasmine Thar, was shot and killed while visiting family in Chadbourn, N.C., during the Christmas holiday. The shooter, a neighbor of the family Thar was visiting, claims his high-powered rifle accidentally fired when he was taking it out of its case.

The teen’s mom is now asking prosecutors to press criminal charges.

At a news conference, Carletta McNeil said she believes her daughter, Jasmine Thar, was the victim of a racially-motivated crime.

WSOC reports the family is concerned the shooting may have been racially motivated after police found a Confederate flag and Nazi memorabilia in the shooter’s bedroom.

“I will not be satisfied until justice is served,” McNeil said.

Jasmine, a sophomore, was shot Dec. 23 in front of a house in the small town of Chadbourn, where she was visiting with her godmother and a friend.

As they walked toward a vehicle for a shopping trip about 11 a.m., a single bullet fired from a home across the street struck all three, killing Jasmine and injuring the others.

According to a police report, the shot came from a Remington Model 700 rifle owned by 23 year old James Anthony Blackwell.

Blackwell told police he had taken the rifle from a case and it fired without him pulling the trigger.

The Remington Model 700, one of the most popular bolt-action rifles, is the subject of dozens of lawsuits, alleging a defect causes the weapon to fire without a trigger pull.

Chadbourn police took Blackwell to the station, but did not arrest him and later released him.

FBI spokeswoman Shelley Lynch confirmed the agency’s civil rights unit is investigating.

Source

thepoliticalfreakshow:

Remembering Hispanic Victims of Murder/Police Brutality In America
Jorelys Rivera, 7 (Georgia) - Killed December 5, 2011 By Ryan Brunn In Canton, GA After The Killer Sexually Assaulted Her, Then Left Her Body In A Dumpster At Her Apartment Complex, Then The Killer Committed Suicide After Pleading Guilty


ABOVE: The murderer of Jorelys Rivera, Ryan Brunn.
An apartment complex groundskeeper coldly recounted how he enticed 7-year-old Jorelys Rivera to a vacant unit, molested and then killed her before entering a negotiated guilty plea on Tuesday.
Ryan Brunn, 20, was sentenced to life without parole for murdering Jorelys. He might have faced a death sentence had the case gone to trial.
Speaking in court before the plea was accepted, Brunn leaned on a lectern, chewed his bottom lip and explained how he used a roller skate to lure the little girl away from her building in the River Ridge Apartments in Canton on Dec. 2, triggering a case that riveted metro Atlanta.
Cherokee County Superior Court Judge Frank C. Mills interrupted frequently to press Brunn for details, as little by little an account of Jorelys’ last few hours alive emerged.
Brunn said he came across a roller skate while cleaning and knew it was Jorelys’ because he had seen her skating. He took a picture of the skate and waited for her to come back to her apartment building so he could show it to her and ask whose it was.
“I told her to come with me and I’ll get it for her,” said Brunn. “And she did.”
Brunn said he had identified a vacant unit where he thought he could take the girl for “sexual purposes,” Brunn told the judge. Brunn said he had been looking at child pornography, but added he “never had an idea of killing a child in my life.”
Brunn, of Dahlonega, had moved to the complex in November, where he lived for free in exchange for groundskeeping. Brunn was still on duty at around 4:30 p.m. that Friday when he lured Jorelys into the vacant unit. His workday was scheduled to end at 5 p.m.
Brunn said he made Jorelys partially undress and at one point get into a bathtub, but he insisted he did not touch her.
“She asked if after she’s done, would she go home?” Brunn said. “That’s the only thing she asked.”
Brunn said he told her “yes.” But Jorelys didn’t get to go home.
Brunn said he instead cut the girl’s throat, then repeatedly struck her with the skate until she lost consciousness. He said he wrapped her body in a sheet or blanket and used a golf cart to take it to the complex’s trash compactor.
“I guess I got scared in there and I didn’t want her to go home and tell on me,” he said.
Brunn said he spent the weekend hanging out with his roommate and another female friend, going to Wal-Mart, playing monopoly and watching football on television.
That Sunday, two days after Jorelys disappeared, as the feverish search for her was underway, Brunn said he wrote a note on a small McDonald’s receipt and taped it to the compactor.
“She’s in the trash can,” it said.
Police had searched around the compactor initially. They found the note a day later when the compactor was being moved to a location for an internal search. Jorelys body was found shortly afterward.
GBI Director Vernon Keenan said that investigators began to focus on Brunn when a witness reported seeing him go to the trash compactor, and Brunn insisted he didn’t.
Handwriting analysis of the note linked Brunn to the crime, as did DNA and fingerprints from rubber gloves at the crime scene, Keenan said.
“The magnitude of the evidence was overwhelming,” Cherokee Distrct Attorney Gary Moss said. “When presented with it, he had no option.”
Brunn pleaded guilty to charges of murder, child molestation, enticing a child for indecent purposes, false imprisonment, abandonment of a dead body, making a false statement, sexual exploitation of children and two counts each of aggravated battery, aggravated assault and cruelty to children in the first degree.
Mills, the judge, repeatedly asked Brunn if he was certain he wanted to forgo his right to a trial, at one point telling him that if the plea was accepted, “you will never see the outside of a prison in your lifetime, do you understand that?”
Mills also pointed out that Brunn could have pleaded not guilty and considered an insanity defense. Brunn shook his head to indicate “no.”
“I know right from wrong,” he told Mills.
Throughout most of the hour and 15-minute long hearing, Jorely’s mother, Jocelyn Rivera, sobbed and her shoulders shuddered as she dabbed her eyes with a handkerchief. A friend consoled her. At one point, when Brunn described how he killed Jorelys, she stared at his back as he faced the judge and shook her head as if in disbelief.
In a written statement read aloud in court by Moss, she said she wanted Brunn to suffer in jail, and she agreed with the prosecutor’s decision to allow him to serve life in prison without parole.
“I want justice for my angel Jorelys,” Rivera said.
Brunn told the judge he was sorry for committing the crime.
“I would like to apologize for everything I’ve done,” he said.
He turned to the dead girl’s family and said “Lo siento” — “I’m sorry” in Spanish.
His defense attorney, David Cannon, declined to say whether he and fellow defense attorney Daran Burns initiated the guilty plea. The decision came after Brunn made statements to prosecutors last week, according to Keenan.
“He’s remorseful that a child’s life is lost, and he’s been sentenced,” Cannon said of his client after the hearing.
Keenan described Brunn after the hearing as a “monster” and “sociopathic killer” whose behavior was characteristic of “someone who has no remorse.” He said he did not believe Brunn’s testimony that he didn’t have sex with the girl.
Keenan said investigators believe Brunn has molested other children in Virginia and Lumpkin County, based on interviews with family and former neighbors conducted after his arrest. [AJC]

thepoliticalfreakshow:

Remembering Hispanic Victims of Murder/Police Brutality In America

Jorelys Rivera, 7 (Georgia) - Killed December 5, 2011 By Ryan Brunn In Canton, GA After The Killer Sexually Assaulted Her, Then Left Her Body In A Dumpster At Her Apartment Complex, Then The Killer Committed Suicide After Pleading Guilty

Guilty plea, life sentence in Jorelys Rivera murder

ABOVE: The murderer of Jorelys Rivera, Ryan Brunn.

An apartment complex groundskeeper coldly recounted how he enticed 7-year-old Jorelys Rivera to a vacant unit, molested and then killed her before entering a negotiated guilty plea on Tuesday.

Ryan Brunn, 20, was sentenced to life without parole for murdering Jorelys. He might have faced a death sentence had the case gone to trial.

Speaking in court before the plea was accepted, Brunn leaned on a lectern, chewed his bottom lip and explained how he used a roller skate to lure the little girl away from her building in the River Ridge Apartments in Canton on Dec. 2, triggering a case that riveted metro Atlanta.

Cherokee County Superior Court Judge Frank C. Mills interrupted frequently to press Brunn for details, as little by little an account of Jorelys’ last few hours alive emerged.

Brunn said he came across a roller skate while cleaning and knew it was Jorelys’ because he had seen her skating. He took a picture of the skate and waited for her to come back to her apartment building so he could show it to her and ask whose it was.

“I told her to come with me and I’ll get it for her,” said Brunn. “And she did.”

Brunn said he had identified a vacant unit where he thought he could take the girl for “sexual purposes,” Brunn told the judge. Brunn said he had been looking at child pornography, but added he “never had an idea of killing a child in my life.”

Brunn, of Dahlonega, had moved to the complex in November, where he lived for free in exchange for groundskeeping. Brunn was still on duty at around 4:30 p.m. that Friday when he lured Jorelys into the vacant unit. His workday was scheduled to end at 5 p.m.

Brunn said he made Jorelys partially undress and at one point get into a bathtub, but he insisted he did not touch her.

“She asked if after she’s done, would she go home?” Brunn said. “That’s the only thing she asked.”

Brunn said he told her “yes.” But Jorelys didn’t get to go home.

Brunn said he instead cut the girl’s throat, then repeatedly struck her with the skate until she lost consciousness. He said he wrapped her body in a sheet or blanket and used a golf cart to take it to the complex’s trash compactor.

“I guess I got scared in there and I didn’t want her to go home and tell on me,” he said.

Brunn said he spent the weekend hanging out with his roommate and another female friend, going to Wal-Mart, playing monopoly and watching football on television.

That Sunday, two days after Jorelys disappeared, as the feverish search for her was underway, Brunn said he wrote a note on a small McDonald’s receipt and taped it to the compactor.

“She’s in the trash can,” it said.

Police had searched around the compactor initially. They found the note a day later when the compactor was being moved to a location for an internal search. Jorelys body was found shortly afterward.

GBI Director Vernon Keenan said that investigators began to focus on Brunn when a witness reported seeing him go to the trash compactor, and Brunn insisted he didn’t.

Handwriting analysis of the note linked Brunn to the crime, as did DNA and fingerprints from rubber gloves at the crime scene, Keenan said.

“The magnitude of the evidence was overwhelming,” Cherokee Distrct Attorney Gary Moss said. “When presented with it, he had no option.”

Brunn pleaded guilty to charges of murder, child molestation, enticing a child for indecent purposes, false imprisonment, abandonment of a dead body, making a false statement, sexual exploitation of children and two counts each of aggravated battery, aggravated assault and cruelty to children in the first degree.

Mills, the judge, repeatedly asked Brunn if he was certain he wanted to forgo his right to a trial, at one point telling him that if the plea was accepted, “you will never see the outside of a prison in your lifetime, do you understand that?”

Mills also pointed out that Brunn could have pleaded not guilty and considered an insanity defense. Brunn shook his head to indicate “no.”

“I know right from wrong,” he told Mills.

Throughout most of the hour and 15-minute long hearing, Jorely’s mother, Jocelyn Rivera, sobbed and her shoulders shuddered as she dabbed her eyes with a handkerchief. A friend consoled her. At one point, when Brunn described how he killed Jorelys, she stared at his back as he faced the judge and shook her head as if in disbelief.

In a written statement read aloud in court by Moss, she said she wanted Brunn to suffer in jail, and she agreed with the prosecutor’s decision to allow him to serve life in prison without parole.

“I want justice for my angel Jorelys,” Rivera said.

Brunn told the judge he was sorry for committing the crime.

“I would like to apologize for everything I’ve done,” he said.

He turned to the dead girl’s family and said “Lo siento” — “I’m sorry” in Spanish.

His defense attorney, David Cannon, declined to say whether he and fellow defense attorney Daran Burns initiated the guilty plea. The decision came after Brunn made statements to prosecutors last week, according to Keenan.

“He’s remorseful that a child’s life is lost, and he’s been sentenced,” Cannon said of his client after the hearing.

Keenan described Brunn after the hearing as a “monster” and “sociopathic killer” whose behavior was characteristic of “someone who has no remorse.” He said he did not believe Brunn’s testimony that he didn’t have sex with the girl.

Keenan said investigators believe Brunn has molested other children in Virginia and Lumpkin County, based on interviews with family and former neighbors conducted after his arrest. [AJC]