Update: Cop That Shot Charles Kinsey, a Black Man, Knew the Gun Was a Toy (audio proof released)

“Moments before North Miami Police Officer Jonathan Aledda shot unarmed behavioral technician Charles Kinsey last July 18, another cop on the scene warned there was no gun, only a toy.”

Wow. I am infuriated and there is no way for me to constructively express it… I’ve got to take a couple hours break, but this is SO DAMN IMPORTANT!

cops shoot first

Of course they do. This is simple for a reason … Try to figure out what that reason may be…!

Remember the Black male therapist who was laying on the ground with an autistic child who had a fake gun, and the Black therapist got shot? As if that and any/all “excuses” (though you can’t “excuse” some things, no matter what you say) were not straight up lies and a racist slap in the face; we now have the audio released online of the shooting. It proves what we all knew, it proves that cops are indeed targeting the Black community from some absurd racist … “reason” for lack of better word.

All of his lies were recorded and he has been caught lying, by his department and by all people who have a good, caring heart. On sound cloud, we can hear this cops true statements at the time of the shooting, including that he knows the gun is indeed a toy gun, but that didn’t matter. He still aimed and shot. Click here to go to sound cloud and listen to this sickening BS… which I fear is but an example of the common kind of thoughts the majority of cases where the victim ends up severely hurt, or worse, dead.

Hmmm I wonder what is going to happen to this cop? 😐 ….. I won’t hold my breath in hoping for some accountability, for once. I also want to note, he mentions fear of cops not protecting “communities” as well as their fellow cops and self, due to fears. This is a nationwide white privilege, racist belief I’ve been following for months now…And I’ll be explaining and exposing shortly.

Below is an article and links. I will return later to share continued hellish facts on racism, past and present, video and written.

After the shooting, an assistant chief repeatedly lied to the police chief, and City Manager Larry Spring ignored vital evidence.

Moreover, the crime scene was mismanaged, and the police department and city government were in disarray and plagued by infighting.

Those are among the stunning revelations in an hourlong audio recording of North Miami Police Chief Gary Eugene’s interview with Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) investigators, which was obtained by New Times Tuesday.

The shooting of Kinsey, who was caring for an autistic man, became a national flashpoint in the Black Lives Matter movement thanks to cell-phone footage that showed him with his arms in the air while, lying on the ground, and begging police not to shoot just before he was hit in the leg.

The revelations in Chief Eugene’s interview raise a burning question: Eight months after the shooting and four months after state investigators closed their probe, why has Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle still not charged anyone involved?

“We are very close to coming to a decision,” says Ed Griffith, a spokesperson for Rundle’s office.

“It’s pretty damning what’s in that tape,” says Michael Joseph, an attorney representing Emile Hollant, a North Miami Police commander who was suspended after the shooting and who is suing the city over his discipline. “The police chief outlines rogue officers in that department and other rogue officials. Something has to be done about this. The city has to do the right thing here and clean house.”

After the shooting, union officials justified Aledda’s actions by saying he thought the autistic man with Kinsey had a gun, not a toy truck. But Eugene’s interview with FDLE contradicts that claim. (This past Tuesday, the North Miami Police public information officer declined to comment on behalf of the city manager, Spring.)

“I heard the shooter, Officer Aledda, make a statement to the nature of ‘Be advised, I have clear shot [of] subject,'” Eugene said, describing the audio of the police radio just before the shooting. “Later on, a sergeant… got on the air and said, ‘I have a visual; it is a toy. Is it a toy? QRX.’ That means ‘Stand by; don’t do anything.’ Then there is a conversation back and forth. The next transmission was by [another officer saying] ‘Shot fired!'”

Eugene’s description comes in an hour long interview that centers on the bizarre aftermath of the case. He doesn’t pull punches about the state of the department. Eugene, a veteran City of Miami cop who had been sworn in as chief only six days before the Kinsey shooting, says training was lax and infighting rampant.

The scene was a mess, to be honest with you,” he tells investigators of the Kinsey shooting. “People were walking all over the place. Thank God [Kinsey] did not die. I realized I have a problem with the training of my staff. We’re talking about some 15- or 16-year veterans, but in North Miami, a 15- or 16-year veteran may have less experience than a two-year cop in Miami.”

Fights in the department were so bad, Eugene said, that he worried his cops wouldn’t even be willing to protect one another, much less the community.

“I’m afraid one of them will get shot, for God’s sake, and someone will call for backup and they’ll say, ‘I’m not going,’ just to tell you how much the animosity is,” he said.

Much of Eugene’s interview revolves around the suspension of Hollant, a commander who was present at the shooting. The chief paints a dark picture of department infighting, collusion, and incompetence on the part of city officials.

Three days after Kinsey’s shooting, North Miami city officials held a news conference announcing that, in addition to suspending Aledda, they had also suspended Hollant. In fact, they were suspending Hollant without pay, while Aledda would be on paid leave. Why? According to City Manager Spring, Hollant had lied to Eugene at the scene by telling him he hadn’t witnessed the shooting; in fact, Spring claimed, audio proved Hollant was there.

But Eugene tells a very different story in his interview. He says Hollant was actually suspended as part of a plot by Assistant Chief Larry Juriga, who had an ongoing feud with Hollant.

Click here to read the entire article and reference other related resources.

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10 min Video: Cold War Era Weaponry Legally Used by Local Cops- Insane Laws Most Break Daily, Unknowing.

“In 1994 the US Government passed a law authorizing the Pentagon to donate surplus Cold war era military equipment to local police departments. In the 20 years since, weaponry designed for use on a foreign battlefield has been handed over to use on American streets…against American citizens.” 

(watch the video for legal references.)

10 minute video. Know the facts.

Oh but you think as long as you aren’t breaking the law you’re safe? No. Not true, at all. There is much proof of that. Not to mention, most of us break the law without knowing it, daily… Ever sang happy birthday in public? Use a pen name online? If so, you’re a criminal by definition.  (Check out 6 insane “crimes” here)

All it really takes is a cop who is power hungry and needs to meet his quota, and it could easily be you next. People think it will never happen to them. Horrible (and selfish) logic.

CrazyStateLaws_Infographic_LDC_0123121The above was taken from this article, an article you should also check out if you’re interested in more insane laws that no one knows of, but that are broken, meaning we are all susceptible to unjust punishment and/or arrest.

Cops? You think you have a hard job, huh? Fuqq off!

The increase in police brutality in this country is a frightening reality. In the last decade alone the number of  people murdered by police has reached 5,000. The number of soldiers killed since the inception of the Iraq war, 4489.

What went wrong? In the 1970’s SWAT teams were estimated to be used just a few hundred times per year, now we are looking at over 40,000 military style “knock and announce” police raids a year.

The police presence in this country is being turned into a military with a clearly defined enemy, anyone who questions the establishment.

If we look at the most recent numbers of non-military US citizens killed by terrorism worldwide, that number is 17. You have a better chance of being killed by a bee sting, or a home repair accident than you do a terrorist. And you are 29 times more likely to be murdered by a cop than a terrorist!

A hard hitting mini film by film maker Charles Shaw, properly titled RELEASE US, highlights the riveting and horrid reality of America’s thin blue line.

From the film:

500 innocent Americans are murdered by police every year (USDOJ). 5,000 since 9/11, equal to the number of US soldiers lost in Iraq.

In 1994 the US Government passed a law authorizing the Pentagon to donate surplus Cold War era military equipment to local police departments.

In the 20 years since, weaponry designed for use on a foreign battlefield, has been handed over for use on American streets…against American citizens.

The “War on Drugs” and the “War on Terror” replaced the Cold War with billions in funding and dozens of laws geared towards this new “war” against its own citizens.

This militarization of the police force has created what is being called an “epidemic of police brutality” sweeping the nation.

Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/americans-killed-cops-outnumber-americans-killed-iraq-war/#jB6sGaFx4k8RqGuf.99

7 Year Old in Baltimore Suspended Over a Pop Tart- Most Ridiculous Thing I’ve Heard in Some Time

7 Year old Josh Welch

Precious 7 Year old Josh Welch

Wow we are becoming an insane and tyrant style nation-and fast. I can’t believe the stupidity of what I am about to write regarding the cute little boy above who has done NOTHING wrong.

First I want you to stop and think: how many of you guys played with toy guns as kids? A great deal of us, especially little boys, play with toy guns. At least in America. Next quick point: teachers, especially of children in 2nd grade, are supposed to be trained to teach, to handle children in need, to be a friend and helper; not an over-reacting, utterly useless leader and a horrible example of adulthood.  What happened?
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Interview with Immortal Tech & WHY Banning Guns Will Not Work & More.

One of the few real rappers left talks about gun violence, America’s love for violence and why banning guns will not change it. To add to what he says, I just gotta say… A violent person is gonna find a way to be violent. As he goes on to say, American’s don’t care about kids in other countries getting killed, but kids getting killed in America or in England, that’s a horror! Kids dying, people dying, anywhere is a tragedy… Not just here in the US or UK.

If for some reason you don’t know who he is, he is not a rapper who raps about gun toting, money and whores. He speaks of knowledge, truth and with a ton of wisdom. This is a video definitely worth checking out no matter where you stand on guns; all people, but especially if you are not from the poor areas of the USA. We need to address this issue ourselves; cops and the government will just turned banned weapons into the new “war on drugs” aka “war on the people”- simply giving them a new means to lock people up in their money making prison industry.

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Quick Video: “15 year old girl leaves anti-gun politicians speechless” – The Utmost Respect for Her!

“Guns are not the problem. People are. Purging our society of violence and murder cannot be done through gun control legislation.”

Exactly. Killers will kill. Punishing and restricting the good will not stop the bad. This is, in my opinion, simply the new “war on *drugs*” –
I want to note, I am against gang violence, obviously. I have lost too many to the pointless killings. However, I have lost too many to the use of drugs, as well. The problem in both is the mentality and the environment, not the guns nor the drugs. Those are just easy scapegoats instead of the real problem and issue at hand.

I love hearing other people speak with knowledge and truth. Absolutely love this video, and all she has to say. Whether you are for strict gun laws or against them; listening with an open mind is so important. Not only is she right, but she knows how and why she is. If you disagree with her, that’s fine, but at least don’t ignore her and all those she speaks for.

Recent Gun Laws and My View on the Right to Bear Arms

Obviously, I am not one who usually defends law enforcement. This reason simply is because of the abuse, killings and lack of apathy they seem to have as a whole. Generalization’s are never 100% – but the 1% of good cops sadly cannot make me trust cops. Anyhow, the point of this post is, GUNS!

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