In the 1960s and 70s, the FBI waged and illegal, immoral, and war of dirty tricks against both organizations for justice that still cripple people’s perceptions of those organizations todayOur Ancestor’s Voices – “The FBI’S Secret War against the Black Panther Party and American India… – YouTube
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How Kansas City Police Ignored Warnings a Killer Targeted Black Women, Until One Escaped – YouTube
Black residents in Kansas City, Missouri, say police ignored their warnings that a murderer was targeting Black women, until one of his captives escaped earlier this month. A 22-year-old Black woman in Excelsior Springs, just outside Kansas City, said she broke free from the basement where a white man held her captive for a month. She also claimed there were more victims, all of them Black women, who were similarly sexually abused. Timothy Haslett Jr. is now in police custody and faces rape, kidnapping and assault charges. Prior to his arrest, the Kansas City Police Department said concerns about a possible serial killer were “completely unfounded” rumors. “This speaks to the violent silencing of Black women specifically, of the Black community at large here in Kansas City,” says Ryan Sorrell, founder of the Black-led independent newspaper Kansas City Defender, which reported on the missing Black women. “This is ongoing. We have cases back in the ’90s where Black women have been murdered,” notes Justice Gatson, executive director of the Black women-led group Reale Justice Network in Kansas City, Missouri.How Kansas City Police Ignored Warnings a Killer Targeted Black Women, Until One Escaped – YouTube
‘Help! I Can’t Breathe’: Salt Lake City Officer Played Games, Watched TikTok Videos As Black Man Bled to Death on Elevator
Images from body-camera footage show a Utah cop scrolling through social media and playing games on his cellphone moments after he refused to help a Black man bleeding from stab wounds.Continue reading
LAPD officer, who was killed in mysterious training accident, was investigating reported gang rape | Daily Mail Online
- Houston Tipping, 32, suffered a fatal spinal cord injury during training exercise in May 2022
- The official report says that this death was due to a spinal cord injury and was a tragic accident
- Tipping’s mother, through her attorney, now alleges that her son was murdered because he was investigating his brother officers in an alleged gang rape
- The deceased officer had a history of whistleblowing
- In a previous incident, Tipping got a sergeant fired over an incident involving a chocolate penis being brought to work
- That firing left the sergeant’s friends ‘not happy’
- Some of those friends were present during the training incident that claimed Tipping’s life
Rittenhouse defense spuriously claims iPad pinch-to-zoom modifies footage | Engadget
The judge is full of shit and looking for a way to get that fake crying bitch boy off…..
A lack of technical knowledge may have just influenced an important court case. The New York Times reports the defense for shooter Kyle Rittenhouse incorrectly claimed that an iPad’s pinch-to-zoom function could modify footage of the incident, “creating what it thinks is there, not what necessarily is there.” That sparked a debate between lawyers and Judge Schroeder, who maintained the burden was on the prosecution to show the imagery remained in its “virginal state,” not on the defense to prove manipulation.
How Kansas City, Kansas, Police Ignored Rape, Murder and Terrorism of Black Women
The Blue Klux Klan up to their usual BS….. lying and preying on the weak
Content Warning: The following article contains graphic details of sexual assault.
What you are about to read is a true story.
This is a story about a law enforcement officer in Kansas City, Kan., who elected officials, private citizens, lawmakers and fellow police officers who have publicly accused of corruption, sexual assault and even murder. But this is not a story about a man. This is not a story about a police officer. This is not a story about Kansas City, a rapist, a serial killer, policing or America. This is a story about us. This story is about the fundamental question of who we are as human beings.
Failure To Disclose – The Appeal
12 ain’t worth a dime… never was…..
Despite a 2019 California law mandating the release of certain records related to police misconduct, law enforcement agencies in the state are still fighting records requests.
This story was produced in partnership with Oaklandside, a nonprofit newsroom reporting on Oakland, California.
More than two years after the passage of a California law that rolled back secrecy on decades of law enforcement misconduct and use-of-force records, agencies throughout the state are failing to comply. Among the agencies that have not disclosed records are the California Highway Patrol, the Oakland Police Department, and the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office, who are being sued over noncompliance with Senate Bill 1421, the 2018 law authored by state Senator Nancy Skinner. The legislation made public several categories of records—including investigations of police shootings, uses of force resulting in great bodily injury, and cases in which officers were disciplined for sexual misconduct and dishonesty—all previously deemed off-limits by the Peace Officers’ Bill of Rights.
Justice Department closes Emmett Till investigation with no charges | News | djournal.com
We will never get justice on stolen land….
The U.S. Department of Justice has shut down its investigation into the Emmett Till slaying, closing the door on possible charges.
Documentary filmmaker Keith Beauchamp, who has worked closely with the FBI on the case, said the department has “not publicly stated the case is closed, but it’s closed.”
There are no indications the state of Mississippi will pursue a murder charge in the death of the 14-year-old African-American youth from Chicago, which took place 65 years ago today. In 2007, a Mississippi grand jury declined to bring charges.
Asked about the Till case, all District Attorney W. Dewayne Richardson of Greenville would say is “I don’t have anything to report.”Continue reading
Video Shows White Man Threatening Black Mississippi Teen Moments Before He’s Killed; Now Teen Faces First-Degree Murder Charge
There is no justice it’s just us…
An 18-year-old Mississippi teen faces the prospect of spending the rest of his life behind bars after killing his neighbor.
But an attorney for DeShawm Douglas said the teen for months faced threats from his neighbor, 54-year-old Christopher Miln, and even filed assault charges against the man.
That case was not prosecuted, but Miln was ordered to stay away from Douglas, according to a statement from Scott Gilbert, the teen’s lawyer. Gilbert claims Douglas acted in self-defense when he took deadly action, citing a cellphone video that showed the two men scuffling outside of Douglas’ home moments before the fatal shooting.
The B.L.A. ( Black Liberation Army ) 1970s to 1980s History | newafrikan77
I see a lot of interesting info about the BLA and I thought I would share this…
After the social upheavals of the 1960s failed to trigger the vast systemic changes many protesters sought, the early 1970s saw a number of militant groups form secoret underground cells that pledged to use violence in an attempt to fight for civil rights, end the Vietnam War and, in the minds of the hard core, trigger a violent revolution in the streets of America.
While groups like the Weather Underground, the Black Liberation Army and the Symbionese Liberation Army were vehemently anti-war, their core motivation was rallying the black community toward open revolt. It was a time when police brutality was rampant—far worse than today, by most measures—and white police officers rarely were prosecuted when they killed black civilians. The underground groups of the ‘70s thus made police their first and most frequent targets. The Weather Underground did so with bombs, until one went off accidentally, killing three of its members, leading the group to disavow murderous violence.Continue reading