“…There’s a War Going On outside No (Black) Man is Safe From”

NOTE: Sorry that this has nothing to do with the ALS Icebucket challenge, but this topic is needed and needs to be addressed and spread Socially like the ALS Icebucket Challenge.

Sign of the Times

Sign of the Times

Man o man there is a lot things going on in the world today. It’s to the point where any and every one who has an opinion is voicing it in his or her own way, which is good. However, there is a big difference in Social Media activism and Community Activism. The latter of the two i must even admit to being guilty of. Sure it’s cool to post intriguing/informative/Positive things on your newsfeed/wall/page. How many of us actually get our hands and feet dirty?. Every time there is an injustice against the communities consisting of mostly Minorities what do we do?. We are outraged to the point of disgust, yet nothing never happens. Yeah We’ll post it on on our personal Social Media outlets to get likes and thumbs up. We’ll March with the local community activists, mostly to say that we were there. It’s time for much more involvement by us all.

Black On Black Crime:

There is no doubt or debate that we have a real problem in the Black/African American Community. In fact it is an epidemic. The crime rate is and has always been staggering. We make a huge scene over someone in out community getting killed by a Cop or a White male, as we should right is right & wrong is wrong. Yet when it comes to killing each other we treat as if if it’s a right of passage. It happens so much we’ve become desensitized to these atrocities. It reminds me of the “N” word debate. We as Blacks feel like we have a cultural right to use it in our vocabulary without flack or feed back from one another. however, if a White person says the same thing we get offended, as we should. We have always for years felt like we’re targeted as criminals because we’re Black or Brown and we come from “bad neighborhoods”. Which is true to a large degree, we do get harassed and targeted by police. So how do we respond to this? we go around and shooting at each other for one reason or another. Basically, the question i’m asking is why is it so upsetting when the police shoot and kill us than when we shoot and kill each other?

“I Never ever ran from the Klu Klux Klan, & i shouldn’t have to run from a Black Man” –Kool Moe Dee 


Did You Know?

“In the 513 days between Trayvon dying, and today’s verdict, 11,106 African-Americans have been murdered by other African-Americans.”

NY Post Cover 8/23/14

NY Post Cover 8/23/14

This is The NY Post Response to what will be a peaceful March and Demonstration. They use every angle to discredit anything that supposed to be our American right to voice our opinion in a peaceful manner. Please keep in mind that the NY Post is owned by Rupert Murdoch the same person who owns Fox News Channel. No one is against the NYPD as a whole were against wrongdoing and injustice that is manifested throughout the NYPD Through it’s corrupt cops. We understand that every Cop isn’t a BAD cop. Just like they should understand every Black man is not a criminal. We would just like for them to held accountable for their illegal policing. NY Post you should be ashamed of yourself this is nothing short of trying to incite a riot in the Black Community. This is irresponsible reporting.


What is Death By Cop?

It seems like everyday there is a new story about a Police officer shooting and/or Killing a unarmed Black Man/Woman or Teen. We’ve seen it first hand on video here in NYC on Staten Island on July 17th, 2014 Eric Garner was illegally choked to death by the NYPD. This tragedy was caught on tape, we all have seen the video with our own two eyes. An autopsy report was done and confirmed what we all have seen that this man was Brutally murdered by the very people who’s main job is toserve and protect”. Then the NYPD union President Pat Lynch came a made statement refuting the autopsy report, all in the name of protecting his Union Member. This comes from a man who has never seen a Bad cop in his life they don’t exist in his world. I understand the importance of Union Representation but this is flat out ridiculous and you look very pathetic Mr. Lynch.


Killed By NYPD

Micheal Stewart- 25 A Graffiti Artist from Brooklyn was arrested by NYC Transit Police (Which as of 1995 merged with the NYPD). During the collar NYTP Beat and assaulted Mr. Stewart until he fell into a coma. NYTP claimed that he fell and hit his head on some steps while trying to escape. Mr. Stewart died 13 days later and all 11 Officers were cleared. #freebody

Eleanor Bumpurs- On October 29, 1984 was a 66 year old women African American woman who was shot and killed on October 29, 1984 by NYPD. The police knocked on

e2 her door to begin evicting Ms. Bumpurs from her apt. When she decided not to let them in they broke down the door, got into a tussle and eventually shot her in the chest twice with a 12 Gauge Shotgun. The Officers were cleared of any wrong doing. #freebody

Kimani Gray- 16, was shot and killed by two police officers in the East Flatbush Brooklyn on March 9, 2013. The officers claimed that Gray pulled a gun on them first, but no gun was ever found. They were cleared of any wrongdoing #freebody

Tamon Robinson-On April 12, 2012, 27-year-old Tamon Robinson ran away from cops. During the chase, cops say Robinson ran into their police car. Witnesses, however, say officers intentionally hit Robinson with their car, before bouncing him off the hood of the car. Robinson died of his injuries 6 days later.they were never charged with any wrongdoing. #freebody

Ramarley Graham-NYPD Officer Richard Haste shot and killed 18-year-old Ramarley Graham in his grandmother’s bathroom in the Bronx on Feb. 2, 2012. NYPd stated that Ramarley Graham was carrying a weapon, however no weapon was ever found only a small bag of marijuana. As usual no charges were filed against the police. #freebody

Sean Bell-On the very day he was set to marry his Fiance, Sean Bell was shot to death by NYPD officer (Who by the way was/is African American as well. He Claimed Sean Bell tried to run him over in his Vehicle, and someone in the car had a gun.

Sean Bell

Sean Bell

The Officers then preceded to let of 50 shots killing Bell and injuring his friends. Each was found not guilty, and no gun was recovered from Bell’s car. #freebody

Tim Stansbury-On Jan. 24, 2004, 19-year-old Tim Stansbury was shot by Officer Richard Neri on the roof of a building in Brooklyn. Officer Neri stated that when Stansburry pushed open a door on the roof, he starlted him and unintenially pulled the trigger. He was hardly punished, permanently stripped of his gun and given a 30-day suspension. #freebody

Ousmane Zongo-On May 22, 2003, Officer Bryan Conroy, working undercover  chased down and shot Ousmane Zongo who was guilty of nothing. Conroy received no jail time. He was sentenced to five years of probation and lost his job with the NYPD. #freebody

Patrick Moses Dorismond-Patrick Moses Dorismond, was shot and killed by an undercover NYPD officer on March 16, 2000. After a fight broke out between Dorismond and a undercover police officer. No charges were ever filed. #freebody

Malcolm Ferguson– On March 1, 2000, an undercover cop shot and killed 23-year-old Malcolm Ferguson in the Bronx. Again police say there was a chase followed by a tussle and the gun accidently went off. The police used the “Stop resisting. Why are you resisting?” ploy. Therefor, the Officer in this case was not charged as it was seen as a accident.  #freebody

Amadou Diallo On Feb. 4, 1999, four NYPD officers in the Bronx fired 41 shots at a 22-year-old immigrant from Guinea named Amadou Diallo. The officers thought he had a gun. Diallo, who was unarmed and had committed no crime, was hit by 19 bullets and died. The four officers involved were all acquitted. #freebody

Nicholas Heyward Jr.- On Sept. 27, 1994, 13-year-old Nicholas Heyward Jr. was playing cops and robbers inside the stairwell of a Brooklyn apartment building. Officer Brian George mistook the boy’s toy gun for a real gun and shot him in the stomach, killing him. No charges were ever filed.  #freebody


We would like for everyone to know that while we do understand the difficult job duties of police officers worldwide, it’s a tough job. However, it also needs to be also understood that they are held to a higher standard. There are just too many cases where the Police use and abuse their authority. The fact that we live in a 24 hour world where Social Media has singlehandedly  turned anyone with a smartphone into a reporter. Gone are the days of waiting to the evening news to come on just to find out what happened yesterday. We now have HD Cameras, they capture the truth. They can not be photo shopped or manipulated to help create a different truth. However, We’ve seen Pundits, professional critics take apart video frame by frame and becuase they’re considered “experts” we question them less.

The point we’re trying to make is this:

In the Eric Garner case it’s is Cut and Dry the video shows it all. This man was killed right in front of our very own eyes. Yet they still try to fool us with their crafty word play and legal maneuvering.

Eric Garner & Mike Brown

Eric Garner & Mike Brown

As for the Mike Brown case i find it very interesting that they would release the video of him in the store before they release the picture of the Officer. We’re very familiar with this trick, we get that they’re trying to plant the seed. But won’t work, no not this time. There is no actual live footage of the Mike Brown killing like the Eric Garner case, boy i wish there was because i’m so tired of these crooked cops getting away with Murder.


Words can not express how heartbroken i am over these tragic events. All that is left now is for justice to be served.


Stop! Don't Shoot

Stop! Don’t Shoot (Image made by a 6 year old kid)

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