Witness Says Latino Woman Fatally Shot by Border Patrol Cops Was Hiding & Unarmed = Murdered by Criminal Psychopaths for Entering US w/o the Permission of Puppeticians

From [HERE] and [HERE] A Border Patrol agent shot and killed a woman who had crossed the border illegally near Laredo, Tex., on Wednesday after the officer came under attack, federal authorities said.

The officer was searching for “illegal activity” in a culvert on a residential street in Rio Bravo, a border town about seven miles south of Laredo, when a group of undocumented immigrants started to hit him with “blunt objects,” United States Customs and Border Protection said. The officer, whose name was not released, fired at least one shot with his handgun, fatally striking the woman in the head.

A woman who lives next door to the site of the shooting disputed the federal agency’s account of the events, saying that the property does not have a culvert and that she did not see any weapons that the group could have used.

“They were on the very corner on that lot where there was a tree,” the woman, Marta V. Martinez, said in an interview Thursday morning. “There was no weapon. They were hiding.”

The confrontation, which unfolded shortly before 12:30 p.m. on an empty lot about a quarter mile from the Rio Grande, came at a time when the Border Patrol agency is under intense pressure from President Trump to crack down on unauthorized immigration.

Ms. Martinez said the gunshot rang out about 10 feet from her house. “I didn’t hear any yelling or ‘stop’ or ‘don’t run,’” she said.

After the gunshot, she ran outside, saw Border Patrol agents swarming her block on Centeno Lane and hit record on her cellphone. She then peered over a chain-link fence to the adjacent lot, she said, and saw an officer flip over a woman’s body.

“She was very young,” said Ms. Martinez, who estimated she may have been 20 years old.

The left side of her face was covered in blood, said Ms. Martinez, who can be heard yelling at the officer in the video.

“Why did you kill that woman?” she screamed at the officer, who did not respond. “You killed her!”

The officer began frantically doing chest compressions on the woman, but Ms. Martinez said it was clear that she had already died.

The F.B.I. is investigating the shooting, the authorities said, and agents on Wednesday spoke with Ms. Martinez and reviewed her videos.

On another part of the lot, which is empty except for a few trees, grass and overgrown weeds, an officer caught three men who were believed to be with the woman. As the officer escorted them away, Ms. Martinez said she heard him say: “See what happens? This is what happens with you people.”

Centeno Lane comes to a dead end at a part of the Rio Grande without a fence, making the area and the street a popular route for people who cross the border. Federal agents often zoom down the street, Ms. Martinez said, chasing after suspected undocumented immigrants.

But in the 20 years she has lived there, she said, she had never heard of a Border Patrol agent fatally shooting someone.

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The aunt of the woman shot and killed by a Border Patrol agent last week after crossing the border illegally near Laredo, Tex., has a message for the United States: “Don’t treat us like animals.”

The aunt, Dominga Vicente, spoke at a news conference on Friday, the same day the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Guatemala identified her niece, Claudia Patricia Gómez González, 19, of San Juan Ostuncalco, Guatemala, as the victim of the shooting.

“This is not the first person dying in the United States,” Ms. Vicente said at the news conference in Guatemala City. “There are many people that have been treated like animals and that isn’t what we should do as people.”

Ms. Vicente said her niece had left Guatemala “out of necessity” to try to earn money in the United States. Ms. Gómez had studied accounting but was unable to find a job in Guatemala, according to the Guatemalan television station Guatevisión.

Ms. Gómez’s mother, Lidia González Vásquez, told Guatevisión in an interview posted on Friday that she wanted her daughter’s body returned to her.

“She left home 15 days ago, saying: ‘Mamita, we’re going to go on ahead, I’ll make money. There’s no work here,’” Ms. González said. “But shamefully they killed her. The migration killed her.”

Carlos Narez, the secretary of the National Council for Migrant Assistance in Guatemala, on Friday called for an “exhaustive, impartial investigation.”

“Guatemala is saddened by whatever violence and excess use of force was used by the Border Patrol and calls to respect, at all times, all the rights of our people and whomever may be held by immigration, especially with respect to life,” he said.

Aurora to Pay $335k for Govt Carjacking: Angry White Cops Choked Black Woman During Unlawful Arrest [Kidnapping] & Took Her Car by Force After She Refused to Consent to Warrantless Search & Seizure

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From [HERE] The City of Aurora has agreed to pony up $335,000 to settle a lawsuit filed against three members of the Aurora Police Department by OyZhana Williams over a 2015 incident during which she was roughed up and had her head stomped in the parking lot of a hospital where her boyfriend was being treated for a gunshot wound, apparently because a cop lauded for heroism during the aftermath of the Aurora theater shooting didn't like the way she dropped her keys.

The violent exchange was captured on a video that's on view below, and Adam Frank, Williams's attorney, believes it was the key to justice for his client.

The original lawsuit outlines the series of events that began unspooling during the early-morning hours of December 22, 2015, when Blake Newton, Williams's significant other, was shot.

Williams was terrified, the suit notes, as she raced Newton to the UC Health emergency room, located at 15300 East Mississippi Avenue.

Upon his arrival at the facility alongside Odneal and Ortiz, Hawkins spoke to Williams for around five minutes, after which he told her that the car in which she transported Newton would have to be towed "so it could be searched and examined," the narrative maintains. Williams responded by walking with Hawkins to the vehicle and allowing him to "search it without interference."

The pair returned to the emergency-room lobby at around 3:50 a.m. on the 22nd. Williams then accompanied Newton's gurney as it was being wheeled to an ambulance for transfer to the main UC Health hospital, where he would receive further care.

Williams and Hawkins subsequently got into what the lawsuit describes as a "verbal disagreement" that escalated a few minutes later when the sergeant asked for the keys to the car. The suit states that Hawkins "had no legal right" to make this request.

The video of the exchange has no sound, but it's clear that the conversation between Hawkins and Williams was heated. In the clip, the sergeant can be seen pointing his finger in Williams's face before she raises her keys and theatrically drops them to the ground.

Hawkins doesn't seem to have liked this gesture much, since the video shows him grabbing at Williams, dragging her from the back seat of a police cruiser, into which she'd retreated, and bending her over the vehicle's trunk as he allegedly "choked her with his forearm," the text allows. Next, Hawkins tried to "throw Ms. Williams on the ground by her neck," getting an assist from Odneal, who "tackled Ms. Williams over Sgt. Hawkins's extended leg."

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The latter move "drove Ms. Williams's head into the pavement," the suit goes on. At that point, Ortiz and another, unnamed officer joined in, essentially piling on Williams while handcuffing her. As for Hawkins, the suit says he "walked to where Ms. Williams's head was pinned to the ground, lifted his left leg and stomped on Ms. Williams's head while she was laying on the pavement." According to the suit, the impact of Hawkins's foot caused facial bruising, days' worth of ringing in her ears and migraines that recurred for months.

This wasn't the end of Williams's ordeal. Based on what the lawsuit characterizes as "numerous false and/or deliberately misleading statements" in police reports submitted by APD personnel, she was arrested on suspicion of assaulting the cops, and thanks to a $50,000 bond placed on her, she spent Christmas in jail. The bond was lowered on December 28, but prosecution for second-degree assault on a police officer continued until November 4, 2016, when the matter was finally dropped. But during the intervening period, Williams lost her job because of the false charge and wasn't able to get a new one until after the case's dismissal.

Today, Frank says, Williams "is very happy with the settlement. She wants to move forward, move on with her life. But she also feels this settlement conveys the seriousness of what happened to her and what was done to her."

He puts a particular emphasis on the inaccurate police reports. "Sergeant Hawkins and officers Odneal and Ortiz all wrote about what happened in ways that made it look like Ms. Williams was the aggressor and that she was guilty of second-degree assault on a peace officer, a crime that, at the time, would have mandated a sentence of four to twelve years."

He adds that "every single time the police assault someone, they get together, get their story straight and then swear up and down that the assault was necessary and was caused by the other person — and that they were justified."

System Based on Coercion & Violence: Gang of White Cops Commit Criminal Assault on NBA Player to Enforce Parking Law in Milwaukee

Black "Subject" had Wrong Tone of Voice with Public Rulers. From [HERE] White cops in Milwaukee, Wisconsin misled the public about the violent arrest of professional basketball player Sterling Brown in January, videos released by the city Wednesday show.

While law enforcement sources initially claimed Brown had been the aggressor, the videos show police escalated the situation rapidly while Brown spoke in a frustrated tone of voice but never raised his volume or moved toward officers.

Arrest papers listed Brown’s crime as resisting an officer, one in a category of oft-abused charges that police put on the paperwork when they want to punish someone for “contempt of cop.” The cops had used a Taser on the player, officers initially said, because he “confronted them and became combative” about being ticketed for blocking two handicapped parking spots.

The videos show a different story, confirming suspicions raised when the charges used to justify Brown’s arrest were quickly and quietly dropped earlier this year. Brown is clearly annoyed, and asking questions in a frustrated but calm tone of voice, but never struggles with officers. He is the party confronted, not the one doing the confronting. The officer who initially approached him quickly loses control of the situation after summoning a small army of backup, who further escalate the situation and then tackle, shock, and handcuff Brown.

In the videos, Brown emerges from the store and approaches his car as the yet-unnamed officer steps between him and his car door. The officer tells him to back up and Brown says, “Don’t touch me.” The officer repeats the order and Brown takes a step back, before the two have a long, tense, but overall level-headed conversation.

The officer radios for another squad car to show up. Approximately five cars arrive, and suddenly more than half a dozen officers are surrounding Brown as he stands near his car. The original officer walks to each of the other vehicles, explaining he just wanted one car to show up and wait while he wrote Brown a ticket “because he was getting in my grill.”

By the time the original officer returns to Brown, a group of five cops surround him closely. Brown keeps the volume of his voice level even as his frustration is obvious. “Can I ask you why? ‘Cause I’m bothering you? On what? For what? I’m just asking you a question,” he says to the group of newly-arrived officers.

One officer touches Brown’s car and the alarm goes off. Brown uses his key fob to silence it.

Moments later, one of the new arrival officers shouts “take your hands out of your pockets now” at Brown. Brown says something about the car keys he’d just grabbed to silence the car alarm, and suddenly four officers are wrestling him to the ground. Someone asks if they should use a Taser. Then, “Taser, Taser, Taser!” and a snapping sound, followed by groans from Brown. The video goes on for another 20-plus minutes, capturing much of the discussion between officers on the scene.

One of the new arrivals eventually realizes who they’ve just tackled and Tasered. “Are you the Bucks player?” he asks. “I remember that name.”

The original officer says nothing throughout the arrest. Afterward, as Brown protests again from the ground, he gets back into it.

“Kicking me for no reason, beating on me for no reason,” Brown says.

“I asked you to step back and you didn’t do it,” the officer says, repeating the line he’d given Brown earlier but in a newly deflated tone of voice.

Later, to another officer, he says he pulled in to check out the parallel parked car because “I’m thinking maybe he’s got a medical emergency or something.” The officer also says he was ready to say, “OK have a nice day” until “he was being an ass.” [MORE

Black "Subject" Dared to U-Turn Away From Road Block in Mississippi: 2 White Cops Fired After Kicking Him in the Face to Enforce Master's Traffic Law

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From [HERE] Two Mississippi police officers could be facing additional charges after they were terminated by the Laurel Police Department (LPD) for allegedly beating 36-year-old James Barnett last week.

Barnett was pursued by officers after reaching a vehicle checkpoint and turning around in Jasper County. Following a short chase, Barnett was pulled over and the officers approached his car with their guns drawn, according to Barnett.

Police told Barnett to get down on the ground and when he did, they began kicking him, Barnett said to ABC News.

Barnett also claimed that he never fought back.

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The police then transported him to the South Central Regional Medical Center, where he was beaten more, Barnett claimed.

The police charged him with five misdemeanors, including resisting arrest and driving with a suspended license.

Barnett posted pictures of his alleged abuse on his Facebook page last week.

"I've never been so afraid in my life," Barnett wrote in the Facebook post. "I will not let this go, I don't [want] this to happen to anyone else. There is no justice in what they did to me!! But I will get JUSTICE!!"

The supervisor on duty realized that there was a problem with the arrest that occurred, according to the Laurel Police Department. The department's Internal Affairs (IA) began investigating hours after the incident occurred and the next day the officers, who were not named, were fired.

The police department has been in contact with the Mississippi Bureau of Investigations (MBI) on the possibility of pressing additional charges against the involved officers.

"The Officers and Administration of LPD take these types of allegations very seriously," the Laurel Police Department said in a statement to ABC News. "It should be noted that the IA was initiated only hours after the incident occurred before any media attention, social media posts or even a formal complaint from the individual involved."

NFL Players Compelled to Waive Rights, Stand & Watch Flag Wave & Pledge Involuntary Allegiance to Their Government

According to Dr. Blynd in FUNKTIONARY:

Patriotism: the degree of voluntary servitude evinced.2) the result of one successful treason - until the next one is necessary. 3) re-inforced mindless symbolic conformism. (See U.S. citizen, Treason, USA, Corporate State, Nation, U.S. Senate, Country, Congress, Constitution & Human Resources). 

Statism - the belief "citizens"' and "states" exist and the memetic thought patterns supporting such beliefs. 2) the religion of oppression and domination coupled with the science of exploitation and sociopathic control. 3) the opiate of the so-called Elites. 4) a philosophy that idealizes majority rule gang force (authority) over individual authenticity (autonomy). 5) servitude over liberty and statutes over humanity. So long as "states"' are viewed and accepted as natural, normal, reality-based and inevitable, they will continue to violently abstract humans into extinction. Statism is mind control; people both unwillingly and willingly surrender their property (labor being one's most inviolable property) to men and women pretending to be "governors,"" "commissioners," and "presidents" etc. because they believe they are "citizens" of a so-called "state" and must pay their proverbial "fair share" to support such abstractions or fictions of law. Just using statism against itself proves bureaucrats never have a case regardless of what they "charge" someone with. "Statism and it's supporting political theology do not exist in people's minds to promote freedom or protect 'Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness:" it's pure mind control to divert our attention away from the actions of anti-social individuals (sociopaths) who are so desperate to "protect" us they are willing to kill us and steal our property." -Marc Stevens. (See: DOME. Beliefs, Landmine Legislation, Scrapitalism, Standing, Subject Matter Jurisdiction. Judicial Victimization, States. Holodeck Court, Allegiance. Anarchy, Society, Civilization, Citizens, Monopoly Capitalism The Golem, Government Paradox, Granfalloons, Corporate State. Government, Servitude. Stalinize, Property, Standing & Monopoly)

“There Will Be a Next Time." Are Black People More Likely to be Killed by a Mass Shooter or a Lawless White Cop? HPD Straw Boss Wants More “Citizens" Disarmed

From [HERE] 82 black men across the United States and 3 black women have been shot and killed by "law & forcement" in 2018 alone, according to The Washington Post database of police shootings. Last year 223 Black people were killed. Last year researchers at Harvard found that police-related deaths are woefully underreported. [MORE]

People of color in the United States have dramatically more years stripped from their lives due to police violence than white people, according to a new study from University of California, Los Angeles. It concluded that Native Americans, black Americans and Hispanic Americans, in that order, were disproportionately the victims of fatal police violence. It said the deaths of Blacks, Latinos & Native Americans from law enforcement are a major public health concern.”

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What is my chance of being victimized in a mass shooting or active shooter incident? Almost 0%. According to the FBI, this type of shooting is the rarest of all types of shooting. [MORE] An American’s lifetime odds of dying in a mass shooting committed in any location is 1 in 11,125; of dying in a car accident is 1 and 491; of drowning is 1 in 1,133; and of choking on food is 1 in 3,461). Criminal victimization in American schools has collapsed in tandem with the overall crime rate, leaving U.S. classrooms safer today than at any time in recent memory. [MORE

The majority of gun deaths in America aren’t even homicides, let alone caused by mass shootings. Two-thirds of the more than 33,000 gun deaths that take place in the U.S. every year are suicides. People who commit suicide and people who commit mass shootings both tend to be white and male, [MORE]

You’re 55 times more likely to be killed by a police officer than a terrorist. This number does not account for "race," which means the number is probably higher. [MOREOne-third of all Americans killed by strangers are killed by police. 

Police have killed twice as many Americans since 9/11 than ISIS and al-Qaida combined

Time Magazine noted in 2013 that the chance of dying in a terrorist attack in the United States from 2007 to 2011, according to Richard Barrett – coordinator of the United Nations al Qaeda/Taliban Monitoring Team – was 1 in 20 million.  

FUNKTIONARY defines:

gun ban - the precursor to servitude. Enslavement is like old age; it creeps up on you. If guns supposedly cause (or encourage) crime, why are we arming police officers? The same people who fear firearms in the hands of the people also fear information in the minds of people. [MORE]

"Straw-Bosses" - Ranking SNiggers Appointed by Elite Racists: The Black Faces in High Places Supporting the Corporate Police State

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According to FUNKTIONARY:   

Straw-Boss  - a Sambo who is appointed a certain oversight role for the white power Overseer. It is the job of the Straw Boss to establish a formal organization to effectively and systematically carry out the wishes of the white supremacist power matrix while serving his own personal needs and ends through patronage power. 2) a ranking SNigger. 3) Toby. 4) "Safe Negro." 5) responsible (to the white supremacist ideology) Negro. 6) the gatekeeper for black professional positions gained through (acquiesced) to various sexual positions. 7) Pork Chop Boy. (See SNigger & McNegro). 

In photo, Philadelphia Police Straw Boss Richard Ross defended the cops who arrested two black men at a Starbucks last month. Shortly after the arrests he released a video espousing his jesusized belief in obedience to government authority on behalf of his white masters. 

By Margaret Kimberley From [HERE] The worst hate group in the United States is not the Ku Klux Klan or any self-proclaimed alt-right group. The most racist, vicious, and deadly menace to black people in this country is law enforcement. The police, courts and prisons exist primarily to keep as many black people under control as possible. All other claims of usefulness are phony and cover up the racist cruelties inherent to their existence.

Every day one can see videos of black people being humiliated, arrested, shot and beaten for minor infractions or for none at all. They may be driving, walking, eating, or shopping while black. They may be men, women, or children. The system is made to put as many victims through its maw as possible and all the photographic evidence in the world won’t stop it unless inconvenient truths are told. One of the worst is the reliance on the collaboration of black people who help keep the police state running.

The presence of black cops and elected officials doesn’t stem the tide of state-sponsored terror. They are in fact put into these positions to defend the onslaught and to silence protest. The black chief of police in Philadelphia defended the now famous arrest of two black men in a Starbucks café.

Richard Ross initially said, “These officers did absolutely nothing wrong.” Ross was forced to back down and apologize for his Uncle Tomfoolery only after the Starbucks corporation did so as part of its damage control strategy.

Ross isn’t alone in showing subservience to modern day slave patrolling. A black teen in Warsaw, North Carolina was beaten and choked by police at a Waffle House restaurant and that assault was also caught on camera. Mayor A.J. Connors went out of his way to defend the brutality. He created a video for the sole purpose of saying that the white police officer “Did what he had to do.”

Most black officials aren’t stupid enough to express support for white supremacy out loud and in public but they may as well when they do nothing to help their people.

The black misleaders in city councils, Congress and state legislatures rarely assert any politics which are specific to black people. The one institution which impacts our lives the most, the carceral state, is treated as a sacred cow that they dare not touch. Their silence and inaction are tacit admissions that they know the danger to themselves and to the rest of us.

Even when there are positive developments such as the effort to end cash bail, the most important points are missed. It is good that attention is called to this pernicious practice of profiting off of black people’s bodies. But the protest should be against the police state itself that turns minor infractions into felonies and locks up people who should be free. Even those who are able to pay bail and attorneys fees end up devastated. A criminal record determines where or if a person can be employed or even where they are allowed to live.

Obviously, black officials know that speaking out against the police state jeopardizes their political careers and they know that the system expects to continue its assault on black people. And so they choose to acquiesce and condemn us all to constant danger.

If having black faces in high and not so high places doesn’t save our lives why should we support them at all? The rot runs deep and goes from Warsaw, North Carolina to Capitol Hill. Most members of the Congressional Black Caucus voted for the Trump administration’s $80 billion increase to the defense budget. Yet they simultaneously claim to be concerned about cuts to the safety net that are an inevitable consequence of what they supported. Most of them also supported maintaining the infamous 1033 defense program that provides military equipment to local police departments. [MORE]

Study Reveals that 60% of All Exonerations in Criminal Cases in 2017 Were Due to "Official Misconduct" by White Prosecutors or Police

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From [HERE] On March 14, 2018 the National Registry of Exonerations released its annual report. It recorded 139 exonerations in 2017. In total, the National Registry of Exonerations has recorded 2,161 exonerations in the United States from 1989 through the end of 2017.  The 139 exonerations that the National Registry of Exonerations added in 2017 were distributed as follows: 

Crimes

Homicide: Fifty-one defendants were exonerated of homicide—50 for murder and one for manslaughter. 

Sexual Assault: Twenty-nine defendants were exonerated of sex crimes, including 16 for child sexual abuse and 13 for sexual assault on an adult. 

Other Violent Crimes: Eighteen defendants were exonerated of convictions for other violent crimes, such as arson, robbery, and attempted murder. 

Non-Violent Crimes: Forty-one defendants were exonerated of non-violent offenses, such as fraud, theft, and traffic offenses. Sixteen exonerations were for drug offenses 

Characteristics of the Cases

Official Misconduct: We know of official misconduct in 84 exonerations in 2017, a record number. Forty-three of those cases involved homicides—84% of homicide exonerations in 2017. [A recent study found that 95% of all elected state and federal prosecutors are white.] 

Official misconduct encompasses a wide range of behavior—from police officers threatening witnesses, to forensic analysts falsifying test results, to child welfare workers pressuring children to claim sexual abuse where none occurred. But the most common misconduct documented in the cases in the Registry involves police or prosecutors (or both) concealing exculpatory evidence. The proportion of exonerations with official misconduct is the highest among homicide cases—84% (43/51). For example: 

When Ledura Watkins was convicted of the murder of a teacher in Detroit in 1976, the case against him depended on Timothy Herndon, who testified that he was with Watkins when Watkins killed the victim. At trial, the defense and the court knew that Herndon received immunity from prosecution for his role in the murder. Years later, however, Herndon recanted his testimony, and the defense learned for the first time that Herndon had also received favorable treatment from the state in an unrelated robbery case—and that he had made statements to the police that contradicted his sworn testimony. 

Mistaken Eyewitness Identification: A record 37 exonerations in 2017 were for convictions based at least in part on mistaken eyewitness identifications. 

False Confessions: Twenty-nine exonerations involved false confessions, another record. 

Perjury or False Accusation: A record 87 cases included perjury or a false accusation. [MORE]

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Poorly Executed Murders: Uncivilized Indiana Govt Officials Doing All They Can to Keep Ingredients of Lethal Injection Drugs a Secret

Civilization Remains an Idea Not a Reality. From [HERE] and [HERE

From [HERE] The enterprise of lethal injection is dysfunctional across the country. The states that are performing or attempting to perform executions use flawed procedures and experimen­tal drug protocols and operate with extraordinary secrecy. Other states are avoiding the complications and the risks by simply not carrying out execu­tions. Much attention—by the states, the courts, and the press—has been focused on the difficulty states have in procuring execution drugs, and many judges and lawmakers are incensed by a perceived connection between drug unavailability and condemned prison­ers challenging the constitutionality of execution procedures. That purported connection—often trumpeted by states—has led a number of courts to view the litigation as suspect (at best) and disingenuous (at worst).

To be sure, states face real chal­lenges and obstacles to executions, including court-ordered stays in lethal injection litigation, high-profile botched executions, and difficulties obtaining drugs. But under the law, drug availability and the factors affect­ing it have no bearing on condemned prisoners’ legal and constitutional rights, particularly their protections under the Eighth Amendment. In their haste to keep executions on schedule, most states have declined to engage in a careful examination of execution procedures with the goal of identifying those that are humane and effective. Rather, state officials have responded to the challenges with ill-conceived, dangerous, and even illegal actions, and neither courts nor state govern­ments have stepped in to stop them. [MORE]

White Miami Judge Pledges to Do A Better Job of Giving the Appearance of an Impartial Trial to "Moolies" & 'Black Thugs' - Faces Token 30 Day Suspension for Using Slurs to Describe Black Defendant

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Lexicon - law as image - the appearance of justice (the form) - the only thing criminal courts produce.  

From [HERE] and [HERE] A white Miami-Dade County circuit judge could face a 30-day suspension without pay and a public reprimand after an investigation into racially derogatory remarks and an improper conversation with an attorney, according to documents posted Monday on the Florida Supreme Court website.

Circuit Judge Stephen Millan has acknowledged making the remarks and conducting what is known as an improper “ex parte communication” with the attorney, an investigative panel of the Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission said in the documents. 

In one instance, Millan used the racial epithet “moolie” a derogatory street term to describe an African-American defendant during a one-on-one conversation with the defendant’s lawyer. The 52-year-old admitted to using the offensive term and apologized — claiming it was something he said “intermittently as a ‘youngster’ growing up in New York.”

In another instance, while on a break with attorneys in his chamber, Millan instructed a bailiff to return to the courtroom and retrieve his wallet because he didn’t “trust it in there with those thugs,” the investigative panel wrote in its findings and disciplinary recommendations.

A defense attorney believed Millan was referring to his client or the client’s family or friends. The “ex parte” conversation involved a phone call Millan made to the defense attorney several days after the “thugs” remark. [only out for 30 days - this defense atty better watch his back].

The attorney said he was uncomfortable talking without the prosecution present, but the judge went on to talk about at least six of the attorney’s cases.

Millan agreed to undergo racial sensitivity training, but Florida’s Judicial Qualifications Commission apparently didn’t feel the punishment was harsh enough.

The investigative panel recommended that Millan face a 30-day suspension and a public reprimand and pay a $5,000 fine.

The panel said Millan had agreed to the disciplinary measures, though the Supreme Court has ultimate authority to hand out punishments for judges.

“The use of racist epithets by a judge is repugnant to the perception of a fair and impartial judiciary, and irreconcilable with core tenants of our justice system,” the panel said in its findings and recommendations.

“The [Florida Judicial Qualifications] Commission has found, and Judge Millan has agreed, that the allegations found in the notice of formal charges have been demonstrated by clear and convincing evidence. Judge Millan has admitted and acknowledged that his conduct was wrong, and he understands the impact that such conduct has on the public’s perception of the judiciary. He has expressed deep remorse not only for his comments, but for the stain that his remarks brings upon his colleagues, and the judicial system in its entirety.”

Report Says More than 100 Million Americans’ Tap Water May be Contaminated w/Chemicals: Feds Failed to Inform Public

Are PFAS chemicals in my water? The EPA has not compiled and released all the information on PFAS contamination. You can use EWG’s Tap Water Database to search your zip code and learn if you rely on one of the approximately 200 water systems with contamination levels above the EPA’s reporting limit. But keep in mind, the EPA’s reporting limit is higher than a health-protective level. The EPA or the labs that did the water analysis have either discarded or are withholding the results of tests that indicate contamination, but are below the EPA reporting limits, so some data is NOT reflected in EWG’s Tap Water Database. [MORE]

From [HERE] and [HERE]  More than 1,500 drinking water systems across the country may be contaminated with the nonstick chemicals PFOA and PFOS, and similar fluorine-based chemicals, a new EWG analysis shows. This groundbreaking finding comes the same day the Environmental Protection Agency is convening a summit to address PFAS chemicals – a class of toxic chemicals that includes PFOA and PFOS, and that are linked to cancer, thyroid disease, weakened immunity and other health problems.

From 2013 to 2015, the EPA mandated national testing for PFAS chemicals in public water systems, yet the full results of this testing, funded by taxpayers, were never made public. Water utilities with the highest concentrations of PFAS chemicals have been publicly identified. But the names of utilities with detectable PFAS contamination below the so-called reporting levels of 10 to 90 parts per trillion, or ppt, were not released. Millions of people were not informed that their water supply is contaminated with these chemicals.

The additional water systems with PFAS contamination likely serve tens of millions of people, and it is essential for people in those communities to be informed of this hazard. Eurofins Eaton Analytical, which analyzed a third of the nationwide water samples, found that 28 percent of the water utilities it tested contained PFAS chemicals at concentrations at or above 5 ppt. The percentage of samples with PFAS detections nearly doubled when the laboratory analyzed down to 2.5 ppt. Based on this data, EWG’s analysis suggests that up to 110 million Americans could have PFAS in their water.

This new research greatly exceeds EWG’s previous estimate of 16 million Americans being exposed to PFAS-contaminated water, as reported in the EWG’s national Tap Water Database.

Independent scientific assessments find that the safe level of exposure to PFAS chemicals is about 1 ppt – significantly below the reporting level set by the EPA. [MORE]

Racist Trump Signs Repeal of Anti-Discrimination Auto Loan Rule Making Car Loans Potentially More Expensive for Blacks

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From [HERE] President Trash has repealed auto-lending guidance from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), revoking a rule that was put in place to protect minority customers from predatory practices.

Trump’s signature on a congressional resolution erases the CFPB’s 2013 guidance targeting “dealer markups,” the additional interest that is added to a customer’s third-party auto loan as compensation for the dealer. The president signed the resolution in a private White House signing ceremony. [MORE]

The color of your skin can make buying a car more expensive, decades of experiments and data show.

As a result, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau put out a notice in 2013 reaffirming that discriminatory auto lending is illegal.

Weeks after the Senate took the same action the House on Tuesday passed a measure to roll back guidance on auto lending issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The vote is the first test for a new strategy employed by Republicans in Congress, which could enable the repeal of hundreds of administrative regulations passed in recent decades.

The guidance, issued in 2013, was intended to limit discriminatory practices in the auto loan business. Congress repealed the guidance using the Congressional Review Act, a little-known law that allows Congress to undo the rules issued by administrative agencies and government regulators.

Congressional Republicans used the act in 2017 to repeal more than a dozen Obama-era regulations. Prior to 2017, the Congressional Review Act had been used only once since being passed in 1996. [MORE]

Obsessed with His Lack of Skin Color & Dislike of His Own Appearance Trump Releases a Statement That Refers to Non-Whites as "Animals" 10 Times

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Easing His Neuropeon Base's Color Inferiority Anxieties. Dr. Francis Cress Welsing explains that 'the global white collective maintains a different appearance from the rest of humankind, and many of them dislike this difference. Therefore, they tan, use makeup and exercise obsessively - anything to "improve" or feel better about their appearance. "Racism (white supremacy), having begun as a form of self-alienation, has evolved into the most highly refined form of alienation from others as well.

The Color-Confrontation theory views all of the present battle­grounds in the world as vivid reflections of this reality; the destructive and aggressive behavioral patterns being displayed by white peoples towards all non-white peoples is evidence of the inner hate, hostility and rejection they feel towards themselves and of the depth of self-alienation that has evolved from the genetic and psychological kernel of color inadequacy. [MORE]

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From [HERE] Four days after President Trump called undocumented immigrants “animals,” the White House released a statement indicating administration officials have no regrets about it — in fact, quite the opposite.

Over the span of 10 paragraphs, the statement — entitled “WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE VIOLENT ANIMALS OF MS-13” — refers to MS-13 members as “animals” 10 times.

Read it for yourself [HERE]. Below is a screen shot of whitehouse.gov, the official website of US Government. 

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Labelling Them as Animals to Justify Treating Them Like Animals. President Trash's use of the word “animal” to refer to human beings is part of a long American history of dehumanizing suspects of color. [MORE]

Do-Gooders Stop Billboard Awards to PropaGandhize Gun Control [laws are just words on paper. They don’t stop lawless mass murderers & only disarm the public]

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'Like Pleeze Disarm Us!' Civil Obedient Entertainers Singing & Rapping About Cookies & Milk & Other Nonsense Stop Billboard Awards to PropaGandhize Gun Control. [MORE] Beware of do-gooder mfs and other "Status-Quoticians." They are a dangerous.  If someone is shooting at you, don't you want to be able to shoot back? 

According to FUNKTIONARY:

The Do-Gooders - that most dangerous tribe of pseudo-moralists armed with ignorance and golden rulers. The do-gooders absence of the true nature of Self (the T Am,') strengthen all the forces of illusion and collusion and ensure the continuity to the realm of unreality for the sleep-walking masses. "The world suffers most from the disinterested tyranny of its well-wisher." -Rabinath Tagore. (See: Status-Quoticians & The Golden Rule).

PropaGandhi - passive social non-resistance propaganda. 2) obedience-based servitude to the enforcers of granfalloons uncommonly known as Corporate States and any other group-entities. Mahatma Gandhi mostly walked barefoot which produced calluses on his feet. He also had a very weird diet sprinkled with bouts of fasting which made him rather frail and suffer intermittently from halitosis—this made him... "A super callused fragile mystic hexed by halitosis." (See: Poser, Class, Mass, Racism White Supremacy, Gun Control & Caste).

obedience - a Self-Other irreversible relationship in which there is only communication (mind-to-mind), i.e. no contact, and an imbalance of power. 2) the highest form of the power-fear systemic. 3) slavery sold to both children and adults alike deceptively packaged in a respectfully sounding label. 4) reverse terrorism. You can compel obedience but you cannot compel responsibility or respect. Everyone should have a say in waking-up to (or waking up from) whatever they have been programmed to obey. It is difficult to reduce to obedience anyone who has no wish to command. If you can't read very well and follow it up with the absence of critical thinking skills, then obey your masters and oppressors until you can—for your own survival. Life is more trouble-free when you obey. If you speak TV-English, by all means obey the beast, if you like freedom of movement with your slavery. TV's ought to have warning labels: "Use of this device can be hazardous to your freedom.'" How can you take a man seriously who watches T.V. obediently, drinks habitually and desires freedom too? The historian Howard Zinn is clear on the role obedience has played on our conditions throughout the centuries. "[Civil disobedience] is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience. Our problem is that numbers of people all over the world have obeyed the dictates of the leaders of their government and have gone to war, and millions of people have been killed because of this obedience. ...Our problem is that people are obedient all over the world in the face of poverty and starvation and stupidity, and war and cruelty. Our problem is people are obedient while the jails are full with petty thieves, and all the while the grand thieves are running the country. That's our problem." More atrocities are commited in the name of economics than in the name of hate, ideological or religious intolerance. (See: Authority, God, Atrocities, Conditioning. TV, War, The COMB, Control, Power, Violence. Religion, Should. Duty, Hatred, Other, Inhumanity, Communication, Programming, Indoctrination, Poverty, Gangbanking, Education, Unlearning. Force. Orderlies, Police, Force Continuum. Judicial Tyranny, Residency, Labor, Property, Servitude, Critical Thinking, Holodeck Court, Questioning, Pulpit. TUFF. Authenticity. Fear & Authoritarians).

NY Times Asks, ‘Did White Cops who Destroyed & Hid Evidence Frame Kevin Cooper for the Murders of a White Family? Answer = Yep

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One Test Could Exonerate Him. Why Won't California Do It? From [HERE] Citing extensive evidence that California death-row prisoner Kevin Cooper (pictured) may have been framed, New York Times Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Nicholas Kristof has urged Governor Jerry Brown to permit advanced DNA testing of evidence that could potentially prove Cooper's innocence.

In a column electronically posted by the Times on May 17, 2018 and scheduled to appear in the paper's May 20 Sunday print edition, Kristof joins a former FBI agent, the American Bar Association, and Judge William A. Fletcher of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in calling for closer review of the case.

In his column, Kristof calls Cooper's case "a failure at every level," and says that he believes Cooper was framed by the San Bernardino's sheriff's office, which had a history of planting and mishandling evidence.

Cooper, who is Black, became the lead suspect in the 1983 killings of Doug and Peggy Ryen, their 10-year-old daughter Jessica Ryen, and 11-year-old neighbor Chris Hughes, in spite of statements by 8-year-old Josh Ryen, the sole survivor of the attack, who twice told investigators that three White men had committed the murders.

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The four victims had been stabbed or slashed a combined 140 times with an ice pick, a hatchet, and at least one knife—an assault, Kristof said, that a single perpetrator, much less the 155-pound Cooper, was unlikely to have been able to carry out.

Multiple witnesses saw three White men driving a vehicle fitting the description of the Ryens' car—which had been stolen from their home—near the time of the murders. Other witnesses reported three White men in bloody clothes acting strangely at a nearby bar the night of the crime. When the car was found 30 miles away, Kristof writes, it "inconveniently had blood on the driver’s seat, the front passenger seat and the back seat—suggesting at least three killers."

Cooper came under suspicion because he had escaped from a local prison, where he had been incarcerated for robbery, and had hidden in an empty house near the Ryen family's home. An initial police search of Cooper's hideout turned up no evidence, but the day after they identified him as a suspect, police "found" the sheath of a hatchet and a bloody prison-uniform button in a room they claimed—falsely, Kristof says—to have not previously searched. The hatchet itself was found in a different direction, near the path the Ryens' vehicle took the night of the murder, and the button later turned out to be a different color from the uniform Cooper had been wearing.

Numerous leads pointed to an alternative suspect, a recently released convicted murderer whom Kristof identifies only as "Lee," but police destroyed key evidence—a pair of bloody coveralls given to police by Lee's girlfriend—before any testing took place.

In 2004, Cooper was allowed to test a blood sample from a tan T-shirt that was found near the murder scene. The shirt was the same color, size, and brand as a T-shirt Lee's girlfriend said she had recently bought for him and that he had been wearing earlier on the day of the murders. The testing found Cooper's blood on the shirt, but his blood was contaminated with a chemical used in preserving blood samples, indicating that it had likely been planted on the shirt. The lab then tested the sample of Cooper's blood held by the sheriff's office and found multiple blood types, suggesting that Cooper's sample had been topped off with someone else's blood.

Testing of other evidence, including the murder weapon and strands of hair found at the scene, could prove Cooper's claim that he is innocent. Kristof said, "[I]f we execute a man in so flawed a case without even bothering to test the evidence rigorously, then a piece of our justice system dies along with Kevin Cooper." [UPDATE: U.S. Senator Kamala Harris, who as California's Attorney General had opposed Cooper's requests for DNA testing and had initially declined to comment for the story, joined in Kristof's request for DNA testing. On May 18, she posted on Facebook: "As a firm believer in DNA testing, I hope the governor and the state will allow for such testing in the case of Kevin Cooper."]  

MD Leads as Prison Populations Decline - Inmates Released from Greater Confinement into "Free Range Prison System" (no chains = Refinement of White Supremacy)

Prison Nation - U.S. Citizen - Unnecessarily Suffering citizen and enemy of the state -freely deluded to imagine otherwise." As defined in FUNKTIONARY

Neely Fuller explains that the System of White Supremacy (Racism) is in function, a prison system designed to unjustly confine, restrict, subjugate, and in other ways mistreat Non-white people for the comfort, convenience and pleasure of white people. [MOREThe operating system [os] of white supremacy requires system updates particularly at times when the victims begin to actually see their chains or gain overstanding of their oppression. Mr. Fuller calls these updates the refinement of racism/white supremacy. The disproportionate over-incarceration problem has been an obvious reality to a growing number of non-white victims. To avoid belief destruction, the vested interests must close this window - as it may enable sight of other realities. 

From [HERE] In 2017, the U.S. prison population dropped below 1.5 million people for the first time since 2004, according to a new report by the nonprofit Vera Institute of Justice. A decline in several states with large prison populations, including Maryland, Louisiana and Illinois, is responsible, along with a drop in federal prisoners.

Maryland saw the largest drop, with 1,916 people exiting state custody, representing a 9.6 percent decrease, according to the report. Louisiana and Illinois, each with larger populations, lost 1,943, or 5.4 percent, and 2,230, or 5.1 percent, respectively. Although the prison population in each state has been declining for several years, between 2016 and 2017, Maryland and Louisiana experienced the largest single year decreases in their prison populations in a decade.

Researchers credit sentencing and other criminal justice reforms that have passed in each of the states in recent years for the decline. Yet, despite the declines in Louisiana and Maryland, some lawmakers are pushing to scale back some of the law changes, citing rising violent crime rates.

In 2016, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, signed the Justice Reinvestment Act into law, calling it “the largest and most comprehensive criminal justice reform to pass in Maryland in a generation." The bill reduced sentences for some low-level drug crimes, eliminated mandatory minimum sentences and improved parole and probation policies.

The new legislation was the result of several years of research and advocacy led by Pew Charitable Trust and the Bureau of Justice Assistance. In 2006, BJA and Pew launched the Justice Reinvestment Initiative to help states reduce their swelling prison populations. Since 2007, 34 states have adopted new legislation developed through the initiatives.

Louisiana also signed on. In 2017, Louisiana Gov. John Bell Edwards, a Democrat, signed into law a series of bills that some have been hailed as the most comprehensive reforms in the state’s history. For years Louisiana has had the highest incarceration rate in the country. With the new legislation, which reduces penalties for repeat offenders, offers more alternatives to incarceration, and reduces maximum penalties for drug crimes, the state is poised to shed its long held title. Some of the effects of the legislation were felt almost immediately when nearly 2,000 inmates were released from prison in November due to a change in the way the state calculated prisoner’s good time.

In 2015, Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner signed an executive order creating a commission on criminal justice and sentencing reform. The commission was tasked with understanding the main drivers of incarceration in the state and proposing reforms to reduce the population by 25 percent by 2025. At the start of 2017, Rauner signed several measures to achieve his goal, including eliminating mandatory minimums for some crimes.

The report’s authors hope the timely snapshot of the country’s prison population—gathered from state corrections websites and interviews—can help continue to move the needle on criminal justice reforms. The federal Bureau of Justice Statistics releases official data on state and federal prisoners every year, which includes detailed demographic information, but the 2017 data won’t be available until the end of 2018.

“There is a lot of talk about reform in states where the prison population is still growing,” said Jacob Kang-Brown, one of the report's authors. “For these states it is important to know that many places that are seeing success aren’t driving up the crime rates.” [MORE]

Can Racism Be Integrated? NJ Lawsuit Aims to De-segregate [Public Schools] Servitude Prep Training Centers for Blind Obedience to Authority

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Public Fool System - a place where children are having unprotected education. 2) a syndromatic exercise in conformity and blind obedience to so-called "authority" (disguised repression). 3) systematic planned violence meted out on children and young adults—held hostage and hostile—daily, hourly, quarantined from the natural rhythm of things in life through Pavlovian bells and shrink-wrapped prefabricated and curriculum and distorted history. 4) a training boot camp for life-long slavery and indentured servitude to gangbankers and the Corporate State in a society created and based in violence, governed by fear, propaganda, psychogenic money and power. From FUNKTIONARY.

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From [HERE] A group of non-profit corporations including New Jersey Coalition of Diverse and Inclusive Schools (NJCDIS), along with New Jersey students, sued [complaint, PDF] the state of New Jersey Thursday for having racially segregated schools.

In addition to relying on Brown v. Board of Education, the plaintiffs also cited the New Jersey Constitution, which expressly prohibits segregation by race in public schools. The plaintiffs used the data that 66.1 percent of Black students attend public school districts where the non-white students make up 75 percent or greater of the student population. In addition, 24.4 percent of Black students attend a public school district where 90 percent of the student body is made up of Latino or Black students. This is compared to the 42 percent of White students who attend public school districts that are made up of a student population that is 80 percent White or greater.

The complaint lists three main causes of the segregation of New Jersey public schools: "(1) residential segregation, (2) municipalities and school district drawn inside the segregated residential zones, and (3) state laws assigning students to schools by residency."

There are three recommended forms of relief, (1) interdistrict desegregation plans, (2) interdistrict enrollment in magnet schools, and (3) regional controlled choice. These policies would include allowing schools to voluntarily send students to others outside of their residential district.