Cops Assault A Black ASU Professor


Cops Assault Black ASU Professor

Thee are daily occurrences.

Arizona cop’s violent attack black professor who got charged with assault



Another case of police brutality–white privilege  on display, boasting his power.   As I read commentaries by white journalists,  I was struck with the uniformity of doubt  and hesitancy as to Professor Ore’s accusations.  Accusations  substantiated with real evidence, not just the privileged voice of a white person.  Blacks news sources understood.

Daily, proof abounds:

1)  Police Officers lie and perjure.

2)  Police Officers are physically abusive to Black minorities (I can personally attest to that), other minorities and White women

3)   About 2 in 3 arrests of black people are scams, money-making scams involving white law enforcement, white  courts, white privately owned prisons and  government.

4)  Police Officers are established threats to  minorities


What should White People who want to help do?   Institute effective deterrents to protect ALL people.   Minorities  do not feel protected under the law  and there are  millions.  We count!

Arrest, prosecute and imprison  Police  Officers  as they routinely do  to innocent  vulnerable minorities.   This is not revenge.   This is justice.    Protecting corruption will never be justice and never ever produce positive, healthy or productive changes.

What happened to great Police Officers?  I knew so many.

Be tough on Cops as they are on  pot addicts.   Declare a war on  abuse of police power!

  • Let  Communities remove judges and overrule their decisions.
  • Hold private prisons  senior management  liable for damages without cap. 
  • Institute prison and capital punishment for Officers involved in false arrests and deaths of innocent minorities
  • Hold government officials responsible w/ loss of compensation,  benefits and finally their position.

Such fair  measures will balance the current one-sided system of white privilege displayed and protected by police officers and others within  law enforcement.  They have become bullies in uniform!

In addition, be tough on police officers  involved in the assault of  Professor Ersula Ore.  Their  use of  excessive force was unnecessary and unwanted.  Be tough on them as they were on her.


Here is another video for those who think black minorities should submit IDs on demand.  Please compare and contrast attitudes, behaviors and responses.


How to Tell a Lying Police Officer to Go Fuck Himself Politely


Ahhhhh…..White  privilege striked back at white privilege.   No arrest and no ID.


Other versions:

Ersula Ore: ASU Professor Slammed To Ground By Police Officer [VIDEO]

Ersula Ore: ASU Professor Slammed To Ground By Police Officer [VIDEO]

How to Tell a Lying Police Officer to Go Fuck Himself Politely

Author: Angela Grant

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