Black Strawboss Sheriff in Chester County Fired & Indicted by His Masters for Lying to the FBI about his Unlawful Arrest & Incarceration of a Black Man who Recorded the Cops

Most Black cops are    Obedient    Black    rolebots    plugged into    Doggy's    operating system. They    worship    rules,    government    and logic within the parameters of the    lex-icon   . Black cops are used by    Neuropeans    primarily against Black people to help better disguise the system of    racism/white supremacy   . Said Black cops probably possess what    Dr. Blynd    calls a “double consciousness”:    double consciousness - the sense of looking at one's Self through the eye's (axiology) and distorted mirrors of others. 2) the psycho-mismanagement of one's neurosis. 3) intimately involved with what you hate, and torn apart from who you (think you) are. You cannot learn to use that which you refuse to acknowledge, i.e., one's heritage, roots, or asili. (See: Matah, Inauthentic, "Wille-Chip," Power, Anxiety, Anguish, LEARN & Asili.) [  MORE  ]

Most Black cops are Obedient Black rolebots plugged into Doggy's operating system. They worship rules, government and logic within the parameters of the lex-icon. Black cops are used by Neuropeans primarily against Black people to help better disguise the system of racism/white supremacy. Said Black cops probably possess what Dr. Blynd calls a “double consciousness”:

double consciousness - the sense of looking at one's Self through the eye's (axiology) and distorted mirrors of others. 2) the psycho-mismanagement of one's neurosis. 3) intimately involved with what you hate, and torn apart from who you (think you) are. You cannot learn to use that which you refuse to acknowledge, i.e., one's heritage, roots, or asili. (See: Matah, Inauthentic, "Wille-Chip," Power, Anxiety, Anguish, LEARN & Asili.) [MORE]

From [HERE] A change in command at the Chester County Sheriff's Office took place on Wednesday after a federal indictment says the sheriff lied to the FBI about putting an innocent man behind bars.

Prosecutors say Sheriff Alex Underwood and two deputies were involved in the cover up of an unlawful arrest. 

The indictment alleges that the three men were angered when they saw a man taping the aftermath of a police chase from his yard back in November.

Officials say Underwood, along with Chief Deputy Robert Sprouse and Lt. Johnny Neal Jr., arrested that man and held him in jail for three days without probable cause. In the process, the man was knocked to the ground, injuring his head and elbow. 

They’re also accused of making a fake police report, searching the man’s home without a warrant, seizing evidence illegally and trying to destroy the man's cellphone.

Underwood and those two deputies will be in court later this month, but in the meantime, Max Dorsey is taking over in Chester County. He’ll be serving as the interim sheriff, and was sworn in Wednesday morning. 

Underwood is the 12th South Carolina sheriff indicted or accused of criminal activity connected to their job in the past decade.

Underwood, Neal, and Sprouse will make their initial appearances at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 21, at the Matthew J. Perry Federal Courthouse in Columbia.