[Demockery] Strawboss DC Mayor Continues to Do Things the Black Votary Didn’t Elect Her to Do: Plan to Take Local Gun Cases to Federal Court will Ensure More Blacks are Placed in Greater Confinement

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BLACK FACES IN HIGH PLACES SUPPORTING THE CORPORATE POLICE STATE. 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)

WORKING FOR WHITEY. From [WashPost] D.C. police and federal agents will work closely together this year in a crackdown on convicted felons illegally carrying guns in the city, a law enforcement strategy prompted by a steep increase in homicides in 2018, officials said Wednesday.

The new approach — in which U.S. authorities will play a greater role in investigating local gun-possession offenses in the District — will involve prosecuting many “felon-in-possession” defendants in federal court rather than D.C. Superior Court, officials said. That could result in longer prison terms in some cases.

Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) and U.S. Attorney Jessie K. Liu of the District, appearing at a news briefing Wednesday, praised the plan, which Bowser attributed to Liu.

“Today the U.S. attorney briefed me on a new strategy her office has launched that will take more illegal gun cases [to federal court], specifically cases where a previously convicted felon is . . . arrested and charged with illegally possessing a gun,” Bowser said.

“I support the U.S. attorney’s strategy and believe it will send a clear message that violence will not be tolerated in the District,” the mayor added.

Earlier this week, after officials outlined the strategy to The Washington Post, speaking on the condition of anonymity ahead of Wednesday’s announcement, the head of the American Civil Liberties Union in the District criticized it as “reactionary,” suggesting it would aggravate the problem of mass incarceration.

As Bowser spoke Wednesday, she seemed aware of the criticism, which had been echoed by others. She began her remarks by pointing out that last week, she and D.C. Attorney General Karl A. Racine announced a $6 million investment in the District’s workforce development and violence prevention efforts.

“We know that guns have a devastating effect on families, neighborhoods and our entire city,” she said. “Reducing this violence requires an approach that’s not just specific to law enforcement, but also focused on human services and the community. And together we know that we will address every aspect of the problem we are experiencing.”


Driven to please her masters desires she is oblivious to reality. Violent crime in the District is down overall. [MORE]. The elite white media makes much of the fact that the year 2018 ended with 160 homicides on the books —a 38 percent increase from the previous year. [MORE] However, such statistics are taken out of context: the DC murder rate hit historic lows in 2017 with only 116 homicides. Yet this is nothing compared to what it was; in 1991 there were 482 murders and 443 and 454 murders respectively in 1992 and 1993. These numbers are on a substantial downward decline in general. See Chart below. 

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But local racist suspect elites have white supremacy & Black inferiority to sell. As explained by Dr. Amos Wilson,

Black criminals function as a negative reference group vital to maintaining the White American self-image. The Black criminal is used to support the White American community's self-serving, self-justifying judgments of itself. White America's preoccupation with Black criminality betrays its own need for reassurance; betrays its own basic insecurity regarding its projected moral purity. Consequently, the higher the incidence of reported Black criminality, the more exceptionally righteous White America feels itself to be. The more righteous it feels itself to be the more intensely and guiltlessly it promulgates and justifies its domination and exploitation of African peoples at home and abroad. [MORE]


Liu said the FBI, the U.S. Marshals Service, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and other federal agencies “will be working closely” with D.C. police from start to finish on felon-in-possession cases.

She has previously described the shift and refocusing of federal law enforcement resources as a “homegrown” option that emerged in talks with D.C. authorities over how to combat escalating violence.

“This strategy will enable us to leverage local and federal law enforcement resources throughout the District from the ground level up,” she said Wednesday, “giving us an opportunity from the very start of a case to try to find out where these firearms are coming from, how they’re being used and what we can do to prevent further violence.”

In Superior Court, a defendant with a felony record who is convicted of illegal gun possession can be sentenced to up to 15 years, depending on the circumstances of the case. But many receive sentences in the one-to-three-year range, according to sentencing reports for D.C. Superior Court cases and attorneys.

Under the federal law dealing with felons in possession, defendants convicted in U.S. District Court are exposed to longer sentences, depending on the circumstances of their cases.

In 2018, there were 350 such gun cases filed in the District, but just 25 percent of them were charged as federal crimes. The city also recorded 160 homicides last year, an increase of about 40 percent over the 2017 total.

Asked whether the shift of cases to the federal court was meant to achieve longer prison terms, Bowser and Liu played down that aspect of the strategy. “Those cases will be prosecuted in federal court because we’re going to be working more closely with our federal partners, and that is typically where they bring their cases,” Liu said.

Bowser noted that case dockets are less crowded in federal court than in Superior Court.

“I think what we should be focused on is how quickly these cases can be brought, “ she said. “That protects the guilty and the not guilty. So the guilty are going to get their justice, and the not guilty are going to get a swift trial.”