okay but when you have holocaust survivors and people who were activists during the civil rights movement supporting mike brown and then KKK members and neo nazis supporting the officer you should be able to figure out which side is the right one.
I woke up looking this good and I wouldn’t change it if I could. You can say what you want, I’m the shit. ***Flawless.
I’m getting scared as fuck to be alive right now.
Don’t let it disappear. Not now, not ever.
Source: The New York Times
(From what I understand, the police thought they heard a gunshot and started throwing tear gas into the crowd. Correct me if I’m wrong)
Chaos in Ferguson. Sunday night, part 4
- no, this isn’t over;
- no, these aren’t from earlier in the week;
- no, everything isn’t alright now;
- no, the police haven’t stopped brutalizing peaceful protesters;
- no, police haven’t intervened to stop the looting;
- no, police haven’t responded to emergency 911 calls for people injured by rubber bullets or children hit by cars;
- no, michael brown’s shooter still has not faced any consequences for murdering an unarmed teenager 9 days ago
LORD LOOK AT THIS
Theyre are really trying their hardest to demonize this child
How many of us have weed in our system
Hell, I have weed in my system
I knew they were going to bring this up as a Reason that he is an aggressor.
Since when does marijuana make folks aggressive?
Since when does having marijuana in your system make you a raging criminal
The officer didnt even know that Mike a that in his system
But you see, they waited until the other autopsy was released to expose their own autopsy report
By David Ferguson
Saturday, August 16, 2014 12:36 EDT
Three teenagers from Decatur, Georgia have created an app designed to foster a culture of accountability and accessibility for citizens dealing with local law enforcement and to reduce instances of police brutality.
The Madame Noire blog reported on Five-O, an app for Android and iPhone that directs users to the nearest law enforcement facility in the event of an emergency and allows users to rate and review their experiences with officers of the law.
Sixteen-year-old Ima Christian and her brother Caleb, 14, and sister Asha, 15 created the app as a response to the deaths of young people of color at the hands of out-of-control police.
“We’ve been hearing about the negative instances in the news, for instance most recently the Michael Brown case, and we always talk about these issues with our parents,” said Ima Christian to Business Insider. “They always try to reinforce that we should focus on solutions. It’s important to talk about the issues, but they try to make us focus on finding solutions. That made us think why don’t we create an app to help us solve this problem.”
The siblings have a deep knowledge of coding. Five-O is the third app produced by their company Pinetart, Inc.
Five-O users can not only rate and document their experiences with individual police officers, but also share and compare their experiences with other users via county-specific message boards. The teens hope to not only document abuses of power, but to highlight positive interactions with law enforcement.
“We’d like to know which regions in the U.S. provide horrible law enforcement services as well as highlight the agencies that are highly rated by their citizens,” Ima Christian explained. “In addition to putting more power into the hands of citizens when interacting with law enforcement, we believe that highly rated police departments should be used as models for those that fail at providing quality law enforcement services.”
The app is available at the iTunes App store and will be available for Android on August 18.[image of Christian siblings via Facebook.com]
Nothing ever changes with white people and their support for killer pigs.
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