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Unarmed Teen Murdered Over Plant, Cop, Not Surprisingly, Let Off… Unless Someone Helps.

Death over a plant possession? Yes. Was it marijuana? I don’t know, it is claimed the teen went to flush it down the toilet as this trigger happy cop chased him. Maybe it was weed, maybe it wasn’t; either way, it was no threat to the cop. It was none of his business, and a bit off topic but still true, it is further evidence as to why weed should be legalized.

I don’t care what kind of plant it was, no one should have died. Sadly, however, a year ago an unarmed teen, Ramarley Graham, did. His life was taken very prematurely when Officer Richard Haste, without a warrant of any kind, followed Ramarley into his grandma’s apartment. It was here, in his home, Haste fatally shot the teen. Over a plant. The cop was facing manslaughter charges, rightfully so… But recently these charges were shamefully, yet unsurprisingly, dropped.

Let’s look at the mentality of the cops. Remorse? No. The head of the union of police officers said Continue reading Unarmed Teen Murdered Over Plant, Cop, Not Surprisingly, Let Off… Unless Someone Helps.

NYC Teacher, Felix Cross, Killed by Careless Officer

Prime example of what I'm talking about.
Prime example of what I’m talking about.

When cops commit a crime, what happens to them? What happens when they shoot unarmed men, women and teens; or if they bully anyone but especially a teen to suicide? What happens when they are driving drunk and have a wreck, killing someone’s wife or husband? What happens when a cop is texting or chatting away on the phone, hits someone and kills them?

Continue reading NYC Teacher, Felix Cross, Killed by Careless Officer