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Cress Welsing: The Definition of Racism White Supremacy

Dr. Blynd: The Definition of Racism

Anon: What is Racism/White Supremacy?

Dr. Bobby Wright: The Psychopathic Racial Personality

The Cress Theory of Color-Confrontation and Racism (White Supremacy)

What is the First Step in Counter Racism?

Genocide: a system of white survival

The Creation of the Negro

The Mysteries of Melanin

'Racism is a behavioral system for survival'

Fear of annihilation drives white racism

Dr. Blynd: The Definition of Caucasian

Where are all the Black Jurors? 

The War Against Black Males: Black on Black Violence Caused by White Supremacy/Racism

Brazen Police Officers and the Forfeiture of Freedom

White Domination, Black Criminality

Fear of a Colored Planet Fuels Racism: Global White Population Shrinking, Less than 10%

Race is Not Real but Racism is

The True Size of Africa

What is a Nigger? 

MLK and Imaginary Freedom: Chains, Plantations, Segregation, No Longer Necessary ['Our Condition is Getting Worse']

Chomsky on "Reserving the Right to Bomb Niggers." 

A Goal of the Media is to Make White Dominance and Control Over Everything Seem Natural

"TV is reversing the evolution of the human brain." Propaganda: How You Are Being Mind Controlled And Don't Know It.

Spike Lee's Mike Tyson and Don King

"Zapsters" - Keeping what real? "Non-white People are Actors. The Most Unrealistic People on the Planet"

Black Power in a White Supremacy System

Neely Fuller Jr.: "If you don't understand racism/white supremacy, everything else that you think you understand will only confuse you"

The Image and the Christian Concept of God as a White Man

'In order for this system to work, We have to feel most free and independent when we are most enslaved, in fact we have to take our enslavement as the ultimate sign of freedom'

Why do White Americans need to criminalize significant segments of the African American population?

Who Told You that you were Black or Latino or Hispanic or Asian? White People Did

Malcolm X: "We Have a Common Enemy"


Deeper than Atlantis

White CA Cop Believed Plastic Gun Held by a 5 foot 3, 140 pound Latino Child was an AK-47 so He Shot Him to Death - Suit to proceed

In 2014 video white DA announces no criminal charges against white cop. White cop was an "expert" at identifying AK-47's from 65 feet away according to white DA as told to her by the white cop. From [HERE]  A federal appeals court refused Friday to throw out a lawsuit against a Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy who killed a boy after mistaking his plastic airsoft gun for an assault weapon.

A three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decided 2-1 to clear the way for a jury to determine whether Sonoma County Sheriff’s Deputy Erick Gelhaus used excessive force when he fatally shot Andy Lopez, a 13-year-old eighth grader.

Gelhaus was training a new deputy when he spotted Lopez walking along a sidewalk at 3:15 p.m. in Santa Rosa in October 2013. Gelhaus said he mistook the boy’s pellet gun for an AK-47.

The patrol car stopped and Gelhaus crouched behind the car’s door. He said he shouted, “Drop the gun.”

Lopez, who was 5-foot-3 and weighed 140 pounds, was about 65 feet away. Based on video footage from right after the shooting, there were no people present and no ongoing danger. 

When Lopez turned toward him, Gelhaus fired off eight shots. Seven hit the boy, and he died at the scene.

The boy’s parents sued Sonoma County and Gelhaus two weeks later.

Attorneys for the county asked a trial judge to rule that Gelhaus had acted reasonably, which would have ended the federal lawsuit. The trial judge refused, and the county appealed to the 9th Circuit.

The 9th Circuit said a reasonable jury could conclude that Gelhaus used excessive force.

“Gelhaus indisputably had time to issue a warning, but never notified Andy that he would be fired upon if he either turned or failed to drop the gun,” Judge Milan D. Smith Jr. , appointed by former President George W. Bush, wrote for the majority.

Smith also noted that the evidence so far shows that Andy never pointed the gun at Gelhaus, nor did the boy behave in a threatening or erratic way.

At most, the plastic gun that Andy had been pointing toward the ground may have risen as he turned in response to the call, the court said.

“The only reasonable inference is that Andy was turning naturally and non-aggressively to look at the person who shouted from behind,” the court said.

“If anything,” the panel added, “Gelhaus should have expected Andy’s turn, for it did not contravene Gelhaus’s command, and it may have been an effort to comply.”

The evidence shows that “Andy did not pose an immediate threat” to the deputies, the court concluded.

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Although No Gun was Found or Seen, Buffalo Cops Believed Unarmed Latino Man Had a Gun & Shot Him to Death - Suit Filed

From [HERE] The Buffalo Police Department is at the center of a wrongful death lawsuit.  

The suit was filed by the mother of 26-year-old Jose Hernandez-Rossy, who was shot and killed after a fight with Buffalo police in May. Originally incompetent cops jusitifed the shooting by claiming that Rossy shot a cop in the head. However, the cop either shot himself or was shot by another cop. No gun was found on Rossy and no other gun was ever found after police combed the residential area looking for their mystery gun. Apparently, at least six witnesses were present and all have said Rossy was unarmed and was never seen with any gun. 

Court documents, filed in Buffalo Federal Court, explain the case against Buffalo Police Officers Joe Acquino and Justin Tedesco, who shot and killed Hernandez-Rossy.

The family of Hernandez-Rossy has filed a civil rights violation lawsuit and a wrongful death lawsuit against the Buffalo Police Department, the two officers, the City of Buffalo, Buffalo Police Commissioner Daniel Derenda and American Medical Response.

Court documents allege that Hernandez-Rossy was unlawfully pulled over on Garfield Street on May 7, 2017, at around 5 p.m. by Tedesco and Acquino. It says both officers were known to Hernandez-Rossy, and rushed the vehicle forcefully and entered the driver’s door of the car.

According to the documents, Hernandez-Rossy was startled and terrified by the officers’ actions and tried to drive away, but Acquino grabbed the wheel, causing the car to become out of control and crash.

Family states that Hernandez-Rossy was grabbed by the neck and forced out of the car, dragged onto the sidewalk, beat and pistol-whipped. They say when he was able to get to his feet and run away, Tedesco fired several shots at Hernandez-Rossy’s back, causing his death.

Buffalo Police and the Buffalo Police Union have maintained that Tedesco heard a loud gunshot sound through the scuffle, and thought his partner had been shot.

According to police, that is enough justification to use deadly force, but the union has said Tedesco never saw a gun displayed and a gun was never recovered from the scene.

The case is being investigated by the Attorney General’s Office.

The autopsy report for Hernandez-Rossy has never been made public.


NJ Police Chief to Retire After Gang of White Cops are Caught Attacking Black Kids on 4th of July [of their lie]

From [HERE] A white New Jersey police chief suspended after a video was released of mostly white officers kicking and punching Black teens after a town-wide holiday celebration likely won't be reclaiming his job.

Maplewood Mayor Vic DeLuca said Police Chief Robert Cimino, who was suspended over the summer following the release of footage from the July 5, 2016 incident, is in talks with the town to retire from his position.

The agreement should be ready in time for the township committee to vote on it at its Oct. 3 meeting, DeLuca said.

"After the settlement is approved, the township committee will undertake a national search for a new police chief," DeLuca said.

Cimino, who came under fire for the police response to alleged fights and rowdy behavior that broke out among groups of teens, has not spoken publicly since his suspension over the summer.

Cimino's attorney Jeffrey Garrigan, said this week the "chief is actively attempting to resolve his employment situation."

He declined to comment further until after the agreement is finalized.

The likely end of the chief's tenure is the latest development of a yearlong dispute over the incident. Community members have alleged police used excessive force, and racially profiled the black teens involved, moving them over the town's border into neighboring Irvington, even though many were from Maplewood.

An Essex County Prosecutor's Office investigation did not find evidence to charge the officers involved, but six officers have been disciplined during an ongoing Maplewood Police internal investigation.

The town committee in August suspended Cimino and a police captain over the incident. According to a report, the captain has since retired.

The committee is also awaiting the results of an independent report it commissioned on the culture and practices of the police department.

One of the teens allegedly involved has filed a federal lawsuit against the town, chief, and other officers.


White Judge Believes White St Louis Cop Tried to Save Black Man who "possessed" a Gun with Only Cop DNA & Prints On it

White Judge Acquits White Cop of Murder, White Media Affirms:  An experienced trial attorney will tell you that it is very difficult to get a judge to believe a cop is lying. The "inaccurate statement(s)" almost have to be totally outrageous before most judges will go there. A better strategy, especially if the litigant is Black, is to get the judge to believe the cop is incompetent in some way or just mistaken. Reality or anything too real (such as racism) in court is simply unbelievable to judges in the fake world created in court. Many racist cops are sophisticated, masterful liars who are taught how to testify and create persuasive, detailed police reports. Mixing actual facts with nonsense sounds & looks real in court. 

White judges, prosecutors and the white media are eager and programmed to believe anything foul cops say about Blacks. In a case involving a "missing" or "planted" weapon and no video, like this one, the evidence would simply consist of a credibility contest between a sworn white police officer and a dead Black man who allegedly bought some drugs. Here, a white judge believed a Black man possessed a gun - though none of his fingerprints or DNA were found & only the accused murderer cop's prints & DNA were found. Why would a cop make it up? Because a judge will believe it.

 I Wanted to Save the Black Man Not Murder Him. From [HERE] A white St. Louis, Missouri, circuit judge on Friday acquitted [ruling, PDF] a white police officer accused of first degree murder for the shooting of a black man. Jason Stockley was pursuing Anthony Lamar during a high-speed chase when evidence post-chase becomes inconclusive according to the court. Judge Timothy Wilson [official profile] stated that the prosecution did not meet its burden of proof. "This Court, as trier of fact, is simply not firmly convinced of defendant's guilt. Agonizingly, this Court has poured over the evidence again and again ... This Court, in conscience, cannot say that the State has proven every element of murder beyond a reasonable doubt or that the State has proven beyond a reasonable doubt that defendant did not act in self-defense."

Dramatic footage — captured on the police vehicle dashcam, an internal vehicle camera and cell phone video of the shooting’s aftermath — has played a key role in the trial that began August 1 and ended a week later, according to CNN affiliate KMOV.

In its opening statement, the prosecution said the officer fired “a kill shot” 6 inches from Smith’s body, KMOV reported. Prosecutors accused Stockley of planting a silver revolver after the shooting, according to the station.

Video from the police vehicle’s in-car camera reportedly shows Stockley taking off his gloves before rummaging through a bag in the police vehicle.

The cellphone video — on which both men’s voices can be heard — shows key movements of police at the scene, including Stockley as he walks from Smith’s car and returns to the police SUV, where he leans into the back door. Then he goes back to Smith’s car and, immediately after the body is pulled out, climbs into the driver’s seat and stays there about 30 seconds. The view does not show the inside of the car.

Some believe that provided an opportunity for Stockley to retrieve and plant the weapon.

Stockley has said he started to get a “clot pack” from the police vehicle to treat Smith’s wounds - to save the Black man -but then realized it was futile. 

Prosecutors said that’s when Stockley retrieved the gun, but it’s impossible to tell from video footage. Lab analysis of the gun showed only Stockley’s DNA on it.

Prior to trial, an unnamed Black witness said the officer tried to open Smith’s door at least twice, but couldn’t, and then backed up slightly and started firing into the vehicle. 

“He didn’t even give that man a chance,” he said. “There were no words, he just shot into the car.” [MORE]

A video obtained by the Post-Dispatch shows about eight minutes immediately following the killing of Anthony Lamar Smith, 24, in December 2011.

Naturally, White Cops Says He Feared for His Life. Stockley and his partner, Brian Bianchi, tried to stop Smith after witnessing a suspected drug transaction in the parking lot of a Church’s Chicken restaurant around midday on December 20, 2011, according to an internal police department report that the St. Louis Post-Dispatch obtained.

In the report, Stockley said Smith backed into their police SUV twice in an apparent attempt to harm them.

Bianchi told Stockley he believed Smith was reaching for a weapon, the report said. Stockley exited the police SUV, carrying his department-issued handgun, as well as his personal AK-47 pistol, which was against department policy to carry.

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White Rikers Cop Gets 30 Yr Sentence for Murder of Restrained Black Man: Kicked him in the Head Over & Over Again

From [HERE] and [HERE] A Manhattan federal judge on Wednesday imposed a 30-year prison sentence on Brian Coll, the white Rikers Island guard convicted last year of violating the civil rights of a restrained Black inmate by repeatedly kicking him in the head and causing his death.

“Any reasonable person knows that savagely and repeatedly kicking a person in the head creates a high risk of death or serious bodily injury,” U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska said. “There was nothing accidental or negligent about this.”

Preska imposed the sentence after prosecutors had called for a sentence of close to 30 years, citing Coll’s lack of remorse and the need to send a message about violence at Rikers.

 They said Coll got a teardrop tattoo after Spear’s death to memorialize the incident and kept a framed picture of Spear and a news article on his death on his wall.

The officer, Brian Coll, 48, kicked the inmate, Ronald Spear, repeatedly in the head while other officers held him face down on the floor, according to testimony and other evidence at the trial, which ended in December.

Mr. Coll then lifted Mr. Spear’s head and leaned in close, one witness, a fellow correction officer, testified. “This is what you get,” the witnessAnthony Torres (also a correction officer) said Mr. Coll told Mr. Spear, using an expletive. “Remember I did this.”

Mr. Torres had jumped in when the seriously ill Spears got into a fight with Coll, early one morning in December 2012.

Mr. Torres broke into tears as he testified about what happened next. He said Mr. Coll began to kick Mr. Spear repeatedly on the side of the head. Mr. Torres said Mr. Coll then pulled up Mr. Spear’s head and leaned forward. “This is what you get,” Mr. Coll told Mr. Spear, using an expletive. “Remember I did this.”

Mr. Coll was wearing heavy work boots at the time and Mr. Spear was being pinned face down on the ground by two officers, Jeannette A. Vargas, a proscutor explained to the jury.

“He kicked him again and again,” Ms. Vargas said. “He kicked him so hard that Mr. Spear started bleeding on the inside of his skull.”

Mr. Spear’s death in December 2012 was seen as highlighting the culture of violence and the code of silence among guards that has long existed at Rikers.

Mr. Spear, who was 52 at the time of the attack, was a pretrial detainee who had been at Rikers for about three months. Ms. Vargas told the jury that Mr. Spear was “seriously ill” with diabetes, heart disease and end-stage renal disease that required regular dialysis. He usually walked with a cane, she said, and wore a bracelet indicating he was at “risk of fall.” [MORE]

Prosecutors had said that Mr. Coll lied repeatedly after the assault, claiming Mr. Spear had attacked him with a cane, and persuading other officers to lie as well. Mr. Coll was also convicted of charges that included obstruction of justice and falsifying records.

New York City paid $2.75 million to settle a lawsuit filed by Mr. Spear’s family. The city also ultimately settled a class-action lawsuit that had been brought by the United States attorney’s office, the Legal Aid Society and a private law firm; the settlement mandated systemwide reforms at Rikers.

Mr. Spear’s death came at a time of increased attention on violence in the city’s jails, including by the office of Preet Bharara, the United States attorney in Manhattan, class-action lawyers and the news media. Last year, a federal judge approved a settlement of a lawsuit in which the city agreed to far-reaching reforms, including the appointment of a monitor, to address pervasive brutality in the jail complex.

The United States attorney’s office in Manhattan, which has made violence at Rikers a focus of its civil rights investigations and prosecutions, said Mr. Coll should receive a “significant” sentence “well beyond” the roughly four to six years Mr. Coll’s lawyers have recommended.

The jury found that Mr. Coll had deprived Mr. Spear of his constitutional right to be free from excessive force and that Mr. Coll’s actions had resulted in Mr. Spear’s death — for which he can face up to life in prison.

“Coll’s conduct was brutal; it was violent, it was willful, and it was callous,” the office of Joon H. Kim, the acting United States attorney, wrote.

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Department of Racism [DOJ] Declines to Bring Federal Charges Against Cops Who Folded Freddie Gray Like a Crab

Seeing is Not Believing. It is Knowing. Although all investigation focused on what happened or did not happen inside the police van, eyewitness accounts suggested that the white cops involved used unnecessary force against Gray during the arrest outside the van—a claim denied by all officers involved. [MORE] and [MORE] and [MORE]. It is clear that when Gray was arrested in West Baltimore on the morning of April 12, he was struggling to walk. His legs appear to be limp. However, when racist suspects see him struggling to walk and hear him screaming on the video they must believe he is acting or pretending to be hurt. Above you can see and hear the loud screams of Mr. Gray before he is placed in the van. Witnesses said the cops "folded him" and had "their knees in his back" and "he was screaming."  

Authorities never provided a lawful reason for why police arrested Gray. According to the city, an officer made eye contact with Gray, and he took off running, so they pursued him. [MORE] Without more, flight or running from the presence of cops is not a basis for arrest and does not establish probable cause. [MORE] White media, cops and prosecutors don't give a fuck about any of all that though.  

In a system of racism/white supremacy YOU can be legally executed anytime, any place by white cops. 

Did He Fold Himself Up & Snap His Own Spine? White Prosecutors Remain Mystified by Liar Cops. From [HERE] and [HERE] Lawyers for Freddie Gray’s family say family members are “devastated and disappointed” with the Justice Department decision not to bring federal charges against Baltimore police for the 2015 death of Freddie Gray.

Gray suffered fatal injuries while in police custody, and his death sparked days of protesting, which turned to rioting at times, in Baltimore.

“They are disappointed that no one will be held accountable for their son’s tragic death, which occurred while in police custody,” said attorney Hassan Murphy.

Skeptical that politics may have played a role in the DOJ’s decision not to bring civil rights charges against any of the Baltimore police officers, Murphy and his law partner-father, attorney Billy Murphy, visited the federal agency to learn the justification for its decision.

“We have to admit that we left satisfied with the investigation undertaken by this particular group of lawyers at the Department of Justice, most of, or all of them, holdovers from the Obama administration, and they were frank and forthright about the things they had done and the steps they had taken in this investigation,” Murphy said.

However, the department's decision was not unexpected. In the aftermath of Gray's death and the ensuing violence, local authorities brought charges, ranging from manslaughter to reckless endangerment, against six police officers involved in arresting and transporting Gray. Three officers were acquitted and charges against three others were dropped.

The family reached a $6.4 million settlement with the city for Gray’s April 2015 death.

Five of the officers still face police department disciplinary hearings scheduled for the end of October.

The Gray family lawyers acknowledged that the DOJ has limited jurisdiction and also faces a higher burden of proof in lodging federal charges.

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'We Can Execute Blacks Anytime, So Of Course We Can Kick them': Columbus Cops Try to Justify Beating Black Man

From [HERECell phone video recorded by bystanders in a Columbus, Ohio store shows white police officers using excessive force on a black man who police said was resisting arrest.

According to local TV station NBC4i, the man’s name is Timothy Davis, and video shows officers repeatedly kicking and punching Davis while he was down. Police claimed Davis “tensed up to fight,” and took officers down with him.

In cell phone videos, people at the store where Davis was arrested said the police used excessive force.

“They’re beating the f**k out of him,” one man said. “They’re beating his ass. That’s a lawsuit.”

“We are allowed to punch and we are allowed to kick,” Police Spokesman Sgt. Dean Worthington told the NBC affiliate. “That’s part of our use of force continuum and it all depends on what the behavior of the suspect is at the time.” 

Davis, who has a warrant out for his arrest, reportedly has a record of charges related to resisting arrest and assault. Of course, the white cops did not know about the warrants prior to interacting with him; during the relevant time he was just another nigger to them. 

Public outcry about the alleged use of excessive force led to anti-police brutality protests in Davis’s honor in Columbus.

In a statement, Columbus police spokesman, Sgt. Dean Worthington, told Raw Story that while officers are legally allowed to use “reasonable force” to arrest suspects, there is currently an Internal Affairs investigation within their police division as to whether the force officers used on Davis was, in fact, reasonable.

“We’re looking into it,” Worthington said in his statement.


After Citrus Cops Torture & Burn Black Man's Face on Hot Asphalt, DA Drops Charges but Seeks Parole Punishment

From [HERE] The Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office plans to drop felony criminal charges against a man who suffered severe burns while Citrus Heights police pinned him to the hot asphalt following an incident at a restaurant this summer.

At a brief court hearing Monday, attorneys said the DA intends to dismiss charges against James Bradford Nelson, 28, who bears thick scars on his chest, face and buttocks as a result of his encounter with police on June 23.

Nelson currently is charged with trying to rob a KFC restaurant employee of his wallet, as well as being under the influence of a controlled substance and resisting a police officer.

DA spokeswoman Shelly Orio confirmed Monday afternoon that in light of the “unique facts and circumstances” of Nelson’s case, the office only will pursue allegations that he violated parole, which carry far lighter penalties.

“We have determined that the range of penalties available for a parole violation are sufficient” in Nelson’s case, Orio said. [This is deception. Parole boards can make any parolee vanish whenever they want to. For real.]

The DA will allege Nelson violated parole by committing battery on a KFC employee, trying to steal that person’s wallet and resisting arrest, she said. He faces a maximum of 180 days in the county jail for such violations, versus potentially years in state prison on the current charges.

Nelson’s mother and stepfather, Tarsha and Barry Benigno, said they were relieved about the development. But they said police used excessive force against Nelson, and should be held accountable for his injuries.

Citrus Heights police Chief Ron Lawrence has defended the actions of his officers, arguing that Nelson was dangerously violent and tried to flee from officers on the day they encountered him.

The Benignos said Nelson was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia as a teenager, and that his life has been a constant cycle of arrests and incarcerations related to his psychotic outbursts. In recent years, he has been convicted of attempted robbery and other offenses.

“He had a mental episode in Citrus Heights, and now he’s scarred for life,” Tarsha Benigno said.

Nelson’s injuries occurred after police received calls that someone was acting erratically at a KFC on Auburn Boulevard in Citrus Heights. Officers said he tried to flee from them and was acting violently, forcing them to hold him down in a parking lot on an afternoon in which the temperature in Sacramento reached triple digits.

Nelson ended up at UC Davis Medical Center, where he spent weeks in the intensive care unit and underwent three skin-graft surgeries to cover second- and third-degree burns.

In a recent interview at the Stockton home of his parents, Nelson bore heavy scars that he said cause him constant pain and limit his mobility. Nelson since has turned himself in to authorities at the Sacramento County Main Jail, where he remains until his case is resolved.

At Monday’s court hearing, defense attorney Alan Jose asked that Nelson, who is being held on $500,000 bail, be released on his own recognizance because of his medical condition.

“He is not a flight risk. He is not a threat to the community,” Jose argued, as Nelson sat in a wheelchair next to him. “He really is medically frail,” and has prescriptions for strong pain medications, including morphine, that he is not receiving in jail, the lawyer said.

“With all due respect to the Sheriff’s Department, they are not equipped” to care for someone with such serious injuries, Jose said.

Judge Jaime Roman, in response to a request by Deputy DA Sam Nong, declined to release Nelson immediately and scheduled a hearing for Friday on the matter.


"Why are you doing this to me? I have a room here": White Cops Choked Handcuffed Black Woman in Hotel - Omaha Settles

Racist Cops Get Angry in the Presence of ColorJazmyne McMiller says a white Omaha cop pulled her from an elevator and violently pushed her against a wall and into the hotel's registration desk as she tried to tell him she was a hotel guest and show him her room card key. Then McMiller said one officer forcefully arrested her and choked her while in handcuffs. WOWT 6 News obtained exclusive surveillance video of the incident.

"Why are you doing this to me? I have a room here," said McMiller, who said she repeated this phrase to an officer dozens of times the night of November 30th.

McMiller and her friend, Tynesha Oliver, said they booked rooms at the Downtown Hilton weeks in advance to attend the Terence Crawford boxing match at the CenturyLink Center. When McMiller arrived back at the hotel with her father, Eugene McMiller, she was told there had been a fight in the hotel lobby.

Numerous officers responded to help clear up the mess, which can be seen in the hotel's surveillance video. McMiller was met by Oliver in the lobby, who said she also just learned of the fight.

"As I was going into the elevator, the elevator doors were opened by an officer. They were asking us to show proof that we were guests at the hotel," said McMiller, "I proceeded to show them my key card, I'm a guest here. And then they just snatched me off the elevator, slammed me into the wall and handcuffed me."

"We asked him, what is she being arrested for and he said mind your business before you end up in jail, so I didn't say anything else to him," said Oliver.

In the video, McMiller can be seen walking past the elevator doors in handcuffs and then walk to the receptionist counter.

"The guy at the Hilton says yes, she does have a room here and once he said that the officer just went irate. He just grabbed me by my neck while I'm in handcuffs, and just picked me up off my feet and slammed me onto the countertop," said McMiller.

Then the white cop lied about it. [all racists are liars; white supremacy is carried out primarily through deception]. 

In the police report the officer states: "At the front desk, McMiller was confirmed as a guest and she turned to [him] and began yelling at [him] and pushed her face closely to [him] (within a couple inches) and began spitting in [his] face while speaking." [MORE]

From [HERE] The city of Omaha has reached a $40,000 settlement with a woman who says police used excessive force when they arrested her at a downtown hotel.

The Omaha World-Herald reports that the City Council voted Tuesday to approve the settlement with Jazmyne McMiller, who was arrested in 2014 at the Hilton Garden Inn.

Officer Fred Hiykel had been called to the hotel for a disturbance. McMiller says Hiykel pulled her from an elevator and violently pushed her against a wall and into the hotel's registration desk as she tried to tell him she was a hotel guest and show him her room card key.

Hiykel denied shoving McMiller into the desk and said she screamed at and spat on him.

A charge of disorderly conduct against McMiller was later dismissed.


60 yr Old Black Woman Asked White Corrections Cop for Juice So He Slammed Her Down to the Floor of Ohio Jail 

From [HERE] A Black woman in Ohio is filing a lawsuit against the Montgomery County Jail claiming excessive force was used against her by white cops. Marsha Pate-Strickland is suing for this video-tapped incident which happened in 2015.

Pate-Strickland says it all began when she asked a white corrections officer at the jail if she could exchange her juice for milk. Then as it goes with maniac white cops in this system, all hell breaks loose. 

In the video-- you see the white officer grabbed her and slammed her to the floor. She wanted to exchange her juice for milk.

That’s when the 60-year-old was ordered to stand up, then was forcefully grabbed by corrections officer (CO) David Stemp and “violently swung” around before her right shoulder and arm were slammed to the floor, according to a federal lawsuit filed against the county, Sheriff Phil Plummer and others. Pate-Strickland said she complained that her arm and shoulder were injured... But she refused medical attention.

The video — which has no audio — shows male inmates passing out breakfast items to several women in the female waiting area at about 5:30 a.m. Sept. 8, 2015.

A corrections officer approaches Pate-Strickland, and the two have a conversation before Pate-Strickland stands up and the officer reaches toward the inmate’s left arm.

When Pate-Strickland pulls her arm away, the officer is shown grabbing the inmate by her left arm, pulling her, spinning her and taking her down to the floor.

“There’s just no reason for the CO — to grab onto this 60-year-old woman and fling her around,” Brannon said.

Pate-Strickland immediately complained of an injury. Defendant Greg Mills, a nurse for Naphcare, Inc., performed a visual inspection “and concluded that she suffered no injury” because the shoulder did not appear to be “out of place” and handed Pate-Strickland an ice pack, according to the lawsuit. The lawsuit was filed Sept. 6 and the county has not yet filed a response.

The lawsuit filed in Dayton’s U.S. District Court claims Mills refused to send Pate-Strickland to a hospital and that she complained to other jail staff. Naphcare, Inc. is the contracted provider for medical care in the jail. We have reached out to Naphcare’s attorney and will update this story when we receive a response. 

Pate-Strickland sought medical attention at an area hospital after her release from jail and was diagnosed with a “comminuted right humeral head/neck fracture,” according to the lawsuit. [MORE]