Light Up The Lines In NYC and Ferguson
“Police Brutality can’t just be a racial issue. It’s something we all need to unite against regardless of skin color or status.” A quote from a new friend.
Justice is nowhere to be found in America. Black communities have become “Open Air Prisons.” For example, Look at Ferguson and the black communities of NYC. Why are black communities patrolled by predominantly, ~90-100%, white police officers. This is a problem!
Who are these white police officers? Are they racists? Are they white trash? Are they bullies? Are they former criminals? Are they white supremacists? Are they members of the Klu Klux Klan? We do not know…but we do know they are not friends of the black communities they serve.
Americans accustomed to apathy ask yourselves:
1. Were the murders of Eric Garner and Michael Brown necessary?
2. Were they entirely preventable?
3. Was excessive and unnecessary force used in each case?
4. Did the NYPD violate the rights of Eric Garner?
5. Did the Ferguson police protect Michael Brown unnecessarily and then lied to conceal their crime?
6. Why have there been no arrests in the case of Eric Garner?
At a minimum, Officer Daniel Pantaleo should have already been arrested without bail.
Justice is nowhere in America; Americans will have to demand justice. Let us light up the lines of NYC and Ferguson.
Demand arrests of Police Officers and First Responders responsible for the murder of #EricGarner.
Also, FREE #Orta!
In Ferguson, demand the immediate arrest and identity of the officer who murdered #MichaelBrown.
Our criminal justice system is turned upside down. Majors and Police Commissioners protecting police officers who commit crimes.
We now have police forces of criminals–Criminals who are heavily armed and dangerous. Being a police officer does not give one the right to harass, bully or murder innocent unarmed American citizens.
Let us start with Lighting up the Lines
Petitions to arrest the offending officers in the murders of #EricGarner and #MichaelBrown
Demand all officers wear and use recording devices
I hear suggestions that black people should learn to behave. That is nonsense! A police officer is not above the law, and a badge does not give the right to harass Americans or murder unarmed citizens.