"You Should expect to be killed in the name of racism anytime, any place. You have been marked as an enemy because you are Black. Keep your protest signs because this will happen again" - Nelly Fuller on the radio 12/12/12.
Please don't expect justice from the NYPD, Bloomberg or white NYC prosecutors. Expect racism from white people everyday. If they are not racist to you then be pleasantly surprised [the Dorner rule]. Having such an expectation will enable you to have an intelligent reaction to racism (play defense) and to constructively solve problems (end racism - survival without justice is meaningless).
Police brutality against non-whites is white supremacy all the way live. White supremacy is a war against non-white people in general and against non-white males in particular, as embodied in such tactics and strategies as "justifible homicide."
White people are playing a survival game with non-white people, engaging in behaviors—in economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex and more—in order for them to survive on the planet, by any means necessary. Created for their survival, the operating system of white supremacy controls everything non-white people have or need. How will you react to it?
From [HERE] and [HERE] Black sixteen-year-old Kimani Gray was shot to death by two plainclothes white police officers on the night of March 9 on East 52nd Street in East Flatbush. Gray was shot seven times—in both the front and the back.
Police claim they shot Gray, after repeatedly telling him to freeze, as he pointed a gun at them later recovered with four bullets in it. This version is repeated as fact by the New York Post and New York Times. Or there's the version of witnesses: There never was a gun; Gray was running for his life when he was shot in the back; he was backing up, with his hands down in an unthreatening gesture; the police never told him to freeze; shot and bleeding out on the sidewalk, he pleaded with the police not to kill him.
An eyewitness came forward to say Gray was unarmed. Police countered that she told them she couldn't see the boy from her angle. She gave a second interview, telling the Voice she saw one officer standing over Gray's collapsed body, shooting. [MORE]
"Black people are going to have to stop thinking that rhyme and rhetoric will solve problems. Black people are going to have to stop finger-popping and singing. Black people are going to have to stop dancing and clowning. Black people are going to have to stop laughing and listening to loud radios. All of these behaviors, and many more, have absolutely nothing to do with addressing the challenges and conditions of the open warfare continuously being waged against the Black collective" - Cress Welsing [MORE].