After Racists Called Ex-NFL Player Nigger & Threw Coffee on His Car, Gang of GA Race Soldiers Slammed Him Head First onto Pavement During Arrest

"Nigger" is what is being done to you"In the absence of white supremacy there would be no niggers." From [HERE]  and [HERE] A concussed black man believes he was arrested in Georgia for possessing a firearm — which he said, in reality, was his cellphone — and that police officers slammed him to the ground and choked him until he passed out. In reality, he was arrested because he was Black man in a police state. 

The man, 30-year-old Desmond Marrow, posted a video Thursday on Facebook, showing what appeared to be three white Henry County police officers taking him to the ground and pinning him down on the pavement in a parking lot as he cried and screamed, telling them that he was not resisting.

“During the arrest the police knocked my teeth out, slammed me on my head and choked me out until I was unconscious,” he wrote in the Facebook post. One of the white cops also appears to briefly choke him while he was on the pavement.

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It’s unclear in the video whether Marrow lost consciousness.

He said he also suffered a shoulder strain and a concussion.

“This has affected me mentally and impacted my life in a way I can’t even humanly describe,” Marrow wrote. “This isn’t a cry for sympathy, I just need it to be known . . . My cry is for JUSTICE.”

In the Facebook post, Marrow asked social media users to help give him a voice, writing, “PLEASE HELP ME GET MY VOICE HEARD!!!” Marrow’s past as a professional football player might help him do just that.

Marrow was listed on the preseason roster of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2012, according to

WXIA reports that the arrest may have been in response to an altercation between Marrow and another driver. The station described a Dec. 2 police report, which stated that someone in another vehicle had tossed coffee at Marrow’s car and he chased the car into a shopping center outside Atlanta.

The report said that a police officer witnessed the incident and responded to the scene, where a witness said he overheard Marrow threatening to “shoot them,” according to the station.

It said that officers asked Marrow whether he had a gun and he said no, and that the officers could not find one in his possession.

Still, the station reported, officers arrested him on the allegation that he threatened harm. He was later charged with making terroristic threats, reckless driving and aggressive driving, according to the report.

It’s unclear when the video was filmed, but in it, a police officer can be heard warning Marrow that he has a stun gun.