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  1. #51

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    Breonna's neighbors file suit for nearly being killed by asshole pigs https://www.yahoo.com/news/breonna-t...133316303.html
    jail those punKKKs! https://www.yahoo.com/news/today-bre...143238530.html

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    Last edited by Ron Whitfield; June 7th, 2020 at 01:38 AM.

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    backlash to traitor trump's militarinsanity https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-wan...100326276.html
    they better listen hard and fix this shit https://www.yahoo.com/news/protester...090017542.html
    cos you were there peacefully, and black, gestapos don't like that aggression https://www.yahoo.com/news/president...064247528.html
    targeted? https://abc7news.com/san-jose-police..._eejtgPKEsru5s
    remember Treneshia Dukes https://www.notfreeamerica.com/podca...sLYAmayviX_XbQ
    Last edited by Ron Whitfield; June 7th, 2020 at 08:26 AM.

  4. #54

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    be a traitor KKKunt, get arrested https://patch.com/wisconsin/shorewoo...st-site-police
    track the statues of hate as they fall https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/...tType=REGIWALL
    black Police Board President files complaint after being struck by CPD during protests https://chicago.suntimes.com/2020/6/...TSnbVwmwr2fr90
    Last edited by Ron Whitfield; June 7th, 2020 at 10:54 PM.

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    Protests work!!! never rest!!!
    5/26 4 officers fired for murdering George Floyd
    5/28 Univ of Minn cancels contract with police
    5/28 3rd precinct police station neutralized by protestors
    5/28 ATU Local 1005 refuses to bring police officers to protests, or transport arrested protesters
    5/29 Activists commandeer hotel to provide shelter to homeless
    5/29 Officer Chauvin who killed Floyd arrested
    5/29 Louisville Mayor suspends “no-knock” warrants in response to polices 3/12
    5/30 US Embassies across Africa condemn police murder of Floyd
    5/30 MN AG Ellison takes over prosecution of the murdering officer
    5/30 TWU Local 100 bus operators refuse to transport arrests protestors
    5/31 2 abusive officers fired for pulling a couple out of car and tasing them
    6/1 Minn public schools end contract with police
    6/1 Confederate Monument removed - Birmingham, AL
    6/1 CA prosecutors launch campaign to stop DA’s from accepting police union money
    6/1 Tulsa Mayor Bynum agrees to not renew Live PD contract
    6/1 Louisville police chief fired after shooting of David Mcatee at BBQ joint
    6/1 Dems and reps begin push to shut down a Pentagon program that transfers military weaponry to cancels contract with police
    6/1 Minn public schools end contract with police
    6/1 Confederate Monument removed - Birmingham, AL
    6/1 CA prosecutors launch campaign to stop DA’s from accepting police union money
    6/1 Tulsa Mayor Bynum agrees to not renew Live PD contract
    6/1 Louisville police chef fired after shooting of David Mcatee at BBQ joint
    6/1 Dems and reps begin push to shut down a Pentagon program that transfers military weaponry to local law enforcement departments - nationwide
    6/2 Minn AFL-CIO calls for the resignation of Bob Kroll, the president of the Minn police union (Bob Kroll is a vocal white supremest)
    6/2 ATU Local 85 announces refusal to transport police officers or arrest protestors
    6/2 Racist Ex-Mayor Rizzo statue removed
    6/2 6 abusive officers charged for violence against residents and protestors - Atlanta, GA
    6/2 Confederate soldier statue removed - Alexandire, VA
    6/2 Robert Lee statue removed
    6/2 Civil Rights investigation of Minn Police Dept launched
    6/2 Resolution to prevent law enforcement from hiring officers with history of misconduct announced by San Fran DA Boudin and Supervisor Walton
    6/2 Survey indicating 64% of polled sympathetic to protestors, and 47% disapprove of police handling + 54% think burning down of precinct fully or partially justified
    6/2 NJ AG announces policing reforms
    6/2 Minn City Council members publicly call for disbanding the police and replace safety and outreach capacity
    6/3 1 officer fired for tweets promoting violence against protestors - Denver, Co
    6/3 Minn Institute of Art, First Avenue, Walker Art Center end use of MPD for events
    6/3 Officer Chauvin charged and taken into custody
    6/3 Officer Chauvin charges upgraded to 2nd Murder, ad remaining 3 officers also charged and taken into custody
    6/3 VA Gov announces removal of Robert E Lee statue
    6/3 Richmond VA Mayor Stoney announces RPD reform measures: establish "Marcus" alert for folks experiencing mental health crisis, establish independent Citizen Review Board, an ordinance to remove Confederate monuments, and implement racial equity study
    6/3 County commissioners deny proposal for $23 million expansion of Fulton County jail
    6/3 Minn Parks and Rec cut ties with the Minn Police Dep.
    6/3 US Army tells soldiers to disobey any orders to attack peaceful protestors - nationwide
    6/3 LA Announces $100-150 million cut from LAPD budget, Reinvested into communities, moratorium on gang database, sharper discipline against abusive cops, in effect immediately
    6/3 Seattle changes mind and withdraws request to end federal oversight/consent decree of police department
    6/4 Breonna Taylor case reopened?
    6/4 Portland schools superintendent 'discontinues' presence of armed police officers in schools
    6/4 MBTA (Metro Boston) board orders that buses wont transport police to protests, or protestors to police
    6/4 King County Labor Federation issue ultimatum to police unions, to admit to and address racism in Seattle PD, or be removed

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    Last edited by Ron Whitfield; June 8th, 2020 at 03:14 PM.

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    So what has protesting accomplished?
    Within 10 days of sustained protests: Minneapolis bans use of choke holds.
    Minneapolis announces its intent to disband its police department.
    Charges are upgraded against Officer Chauvin, and his accomplices are arrested and charged.
    Dallas adopts a "duty to intervene" rule that requires officers to stop other cops who are engaging in inappropriate use of force.
    New Jersey’s attorney general said the state will update its use-of-force guidelines for the first time in two decades.
    In Maryland, a bipartisan work group of state lawmakers announced a police reform work group.
    Los Angeles City Council introduces motion to reduce LAPD’s $1.8 billion operating budget.
    MBTA in Boston agrees to stop using public buses to transport police officers to protests.
    Police brutality captured on cameras leads to near-immediate suspensions and firings of officers in several cities (i.e., Buffalo, Ft. Lauderdale).
    Monuments celebrating confederates are removed in cities in Virginia, Alabama, and other states.
    Street in front of the White House is renamed "Black Lives Matter Plaza.” and Military forces begin to withdraw from D.C.
    Globally:
    Protests against racial inequality sparked by the police killing of George Floyd are taking place all over the world.
    Rallies and memorials have been held in cities across Europe, as well as in Mexico, Canada, Brazil, Australia, and New Zealand.
    As the US contends with its second week of protests, issues of racism, police brutality, and oppression have been brought to light across the globe
    People all over the world understand that their own fights for human rights, for equality and fairness, will become so much more difficult to win if we are going to lose America as the place where 'I have a dream' is a real and universal political program," Wolfgang Ischinger, a former German ambassador to the US, told the New Yorker.
    In France, protesters marched holding signs that said "I can't breathe" to signify both the words of Floyd, and the last words of Adama Traoré, a 24-year-old black man who was subdued by police officers and gasped the sentence before he died outside Paris in 2016.
    Cities across Europe have come together after the death of George Floyd:
    Amsterdam, an estimated 10,000 people filled the Dam square on Monday, holding signs and shouting popular chants like "Black lives matter," and "No justice, no peace."
    Germany, people gathered in multiple locations throughout Berlin to demand justice for Floyd and fight against police brutality.
    A mural dedicated to Floyd was also spray-painted on a stretch of wall in Berlin that once divided the German capital during the Cold War.
    Ireland, protesters held a peaceful demonstration outside of Belfast City Hall, and others gathered outside of the US embassy in Dublin.
    Italy, protesters gathered and marched with signs that said "Stop killing black people," "Say his name," and "We will not be silent."
    Spain, people gathered to march and hold up signs throughout Barcelona and Madrid.
    Athens, Greece, protesters took to the streets to collectively hold up a sign that read "I can't breathe."
    Brussels, protesters were seen sitting in a peaceful demonstration in front of an opera house in the center of the city.
    Denmark, protesters were heard chanting "No justice, no peace!" throughout the streets of Copenhagen, while others gathered outside the US embassy.
    Canada, protesters were grieving for Regis Korchinski-Paquet, a 29-year-old black woman who died on Wed. after falling from her balcony during a police investigation at her building.
    New Zealand, roughly 2,000 people marched to the US embassy in Auckland, chanting and carrying signs demanding justice.
    Memorials have been built for Floyd around the world, too. In Mexico City, portraits of him were hung outside the US embassy with roses, candles, and signs.
    Poland, candles and flowers were laid out next to photos of Floyd outside the US consulate.
    Syria, two artists created a mural depicting Floyd in the northwestern town of Binnish, "on a wall destroyed by military planes.
    Last edited by Ron Whitfield; June 8th, 2020 at 06:12 PM.

  11. #61

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    let's watch yet another black man be abused to death, murdered by pigs on video https://www.yahoo.com/news/texas-pol...202522028.html
    oh, and another one that went under the radar cos there's so many https://www.msnbc.com/hallie-jackson...im-84659269931
    Camden, NJ PD defunded, fired, reviewed, improved, most rehired https://www.msnbc.com/mtp-daily/watc...nt-84689989601
    Last edited by Ron Whitfield; June 9th, 2020 at 12:57 AM.

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    Last edited by Ron Whitfield; June 9th, 2020 at 06:11 AM.

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    dude coulda died from conking his skull on the pavement thx to this pig https://www.yahoo.com/news/virginia-...144813959.html

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  16. #66

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    AND HERE IT IS, after a month it finally comes out that these guys knew each other well and didn't get along. END OF DEBATE! https://www.yahoo.com/news/derek-cha...230002169.html
    he's probably related by anal incest to these 2 turds https://www.yahoo.com/news/video-sho...013934802.html

  17. #67

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    What have these protests accomplished so far?
    5/26 - 4 officers fired for murdering George Floyd
    5/28 Univ of Minn cancels contract with police
    5/28 3rd precinct police station neutralized by protestors
    5/28 ATU Local 1005 refuses to bring police officers to protests, or transport arrested protesters
    5/29 Activists commander hotel to provide shelter to homeless
    5/29 Officer Chauvin who killed Floyd arrested
    5/29 Louisville Mayor suspends “no-knock” warrants in response to polices 3/12
    5/30 US Embassies across Africa condemn police murder of Floyd
    5/30 MN AG Ellison takes over prosecution of the murdering officer
    5/30 TWU Local 100 bus operators refuse to transport arrested protestors
    5/31 2 abusive officers fired for pulling a couple out of car and tasing them
    6/1 Minn public schools end contract with police
    6/1 Confederate Monument removed - Birmingham, AL
    6/1 CA prosecutors launch campaign to stop DA’s from accepting police union money
    6/1 Tulsa Mayor Bynum agrees to not renew Live PD contract
    6/1 Louisville police chief fired after shooting of David Mcatee at BBQ joint
    6/1 Dems and reps begin a push to shut down a Pentagon program that transfers military weaponry to cancels contract with police
    6/2 Minn AFL-CIO calls for the resignation of Bob Kroll, the president of the Minn police union (Bob Kroll is a vocal white supremacist)
    6/2 ATU Local 85 announces refusal to transport police officers or arrest protestors
    6/2 Racist Ex-Mayor Rizzo statue removed
    6/2 6 abusive officers charged for violence against residents and protestors - Atlanta, GA
    6/2 Confederate soldier statue removed - Alexandire, VA
    6/2 Robert Lee statue to be removed
    6/2 Civil Rights investigation of Minn Police Dept launched
    6/2 Resolution to prevent law enforcement from hiring officers with history of misconduct announced by San Fran DA Boudin and Supervisor Walton
    6/2 Survey indicating 64% of polled sympathetic to protestors, and 47% disapprove of police handling + 54% think burning down of precinct fully or partially justified
    6/2 NJ AG announces policing reforms
    6/2 Minn City Council members publicly call for disbanding the police and replace safety and outreach capacity
    6/3 1 officer fired for tweets promoting violence against protestors - Denver, Co
    6/3 Minn Institute of Art, First Avenue, Walker Art Center end use of MPD for events
    6/3 Officer Chauvin charged and taken into custody
    6/3 Officer Chauvin charges upgraded to 2nd Murder, ad remaining 3 officers also charged and taken into custody
    6/3 VA Gov announces removal of Robert E Lee statue
    6/3 Richmond VA Mayor Stoney announces RPD reform measures: establish "Marcus" alert for folks experiencing mental health crisis, establish independent Citizen Review Board, an ordinance to remove Confederate monuments, and implement racial equity study
    6/3 County commissioners deny proposal for $23 million expansion of Fulton County jail
    6/3 Minn Parks and Rec cut ties with the Minn Police Dep.
    6/3 US Army tells soldiers to disobey any orders to attack peaceful protestors - nationwide
    6/3 LA Announces $100-150 million cut from LAPD budget, Reinvested into communities, moratorium on gang database, sharper discipline against abusive cops, in effect immediately.
    6/3 Seattle changes mind and withdraws request to end federal oversight/consent decree of police department
    6/4 Breonna Taylor case to be reopened
    6/4 Portland schools superintendent 'discontinues' presence of armed police officers in schools
    6/4 MBTA (Metro Boston) board orders that buses wont transport police to protests, or protestors to police
    6/4 King County Labor Federation issue ultimatum to police unions, to admit to and address racism in Seattle PD, or be removed

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    Last edited by Ron Whitfield; June 9th, 2020 at 11:44 PM.

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    traitor righties defunded the Police we need https://sirota.substack.com/p/republ...-YIn5J7dcdjlpE
    lolol straight outta Monty Python's confuse a pig https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r55B...bwyen-PGOPwww8
    former pig speaks out https://medium.com/@OfcrACab/confess...p-bb14d17bc759
    Last edited by Ron Whitfield; June 10th, 2020 at 09:40 AM.

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    NASCAR loses the hate flag https://wgntv.com/sports/nascar-bans...__T-_sLyGVxR1k
    Peter Norman; The White Man in That Photo with John Carlos and Tommie Smith at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City https://www.filmsforaction.org/artic...KkrIB.facebook
    Last edited by Ron Whitfield; June 10th, 2020 at 11:27 AM.

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