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City releases “disturbing” body camera video of Greensboro, North Carolina arrest

 

http://kfor.com/2016/09/26/city-releases-disturbing-body-camera-video-of-greensboro-north-carolina-arrest/

 


Edited by Hand2HandKing - 9/28/16 at 4:10pm
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#AlfredOlango: El Cajon, Calif., Police Aware Unarmed Black Man Was in Mental Distress Before They Fatally Shot Him

 

http://www.theroot.com/articles/news/2016/09/el-cajon-police-shooting/

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#AlfredOlango: El Cajon, Calif., Police Aware Unarmed Black Man Was in Mental Distress Before They Fatally Shot Him




http://www.theroot.com/articles/news/2016/09/el-cajon-police-shooting/

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We had a discussion today about solutions. My opinion is we're looking for quick fixes and marching, protesting and begging for "help" will get us nowhere.

First step is we have to make families a priority again.Two parent households where boys can learn to be men and girls can learn to be women.

Step two,keep money in our community. But that's after we establish families and family businesses.

Step three, buy back our neighborhoods.

Step four, start buying political influence on the small scale and local level.

Step five, police our own neighborhoods. Get the ******** out by any means necessary.

Step six, demand more from businesses that profit from us.
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I dunno man
You can't go provoking the police with a stance like that
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I dunno man
You can't go provoking the police with a stance like that
But he was mentally unstable. His sister was the one who made the call for help, not to kill him.

Same goes for Terence Crutcher, and his wife pleaded to not shoot him. That he doesn't have a weapon. They didn't listen and I doubt they ever will.

Neighborhood watch probably does a much better job at policing communities than police does.
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^ george zimmerman? 

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I said probably..doesn't mean it's guaranteed
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That whole video is ****** up, you can tell the cop was just waitin for homie to slip up so he can do what he do.
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I dunno man
You can't go provoking the police with a stance like that
But he was mentally unstable. His sister was the one who made the call for help, not to kill him.

Same goes for Terence Crutcher, and his wife pleaded to not shoot him. That he doesn't have a weapon. They didn't listen and I doubt they ever will.

Neighborhood watch probably does a much better job at policing communities than police does.
At the end of the day, we both know that the police will shoot when we are making a motion like that whether we are mentally ill or not.

The outrage about Tulsa and Charlotte makes sense because the guys getting killed didn't make any motion to threaten a cop. This falls into where it's unfortunate that a mentally ill man provoked enough to get the cops to shoot him. It sucks, but you can't say the police were totally wrong in this case.
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I dunno man
You can't go provoking the police with a stance like that
But he was mentally unstable. His sister was the one who made the call for help, not to kill him.

Same goes for Terence Crutcher, and his wife pleaded to not shoot him. That he doesn't have a weapon. They didn't listen and I doubt they ever will.

Neighborhood watch probably does a much better job at policing communities than police does.
Mentally stable or not, cop has .00001 seconds to react when somebody does that. What if the guy really had a gun? Cop supposed to wait and see if he fires?
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Uh, they knew they were responding to a man having a seizure/mental breakdown yet the team specifically for that purpose wasn't on scene, from what I'm reading it took almost an hour to respond, he was shot within a minute of arrival(meaning they responded to a mentally ill person that they knew about...with hostility), there are 0 eyewitness accounts that support the officer's actions, this is a still, oh and there's the countless times police have been caught fabricating evidence. They're wrong.
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LoL now Tulsa Officer Shelby claims she went temporarily deaf before she shot Crutcher
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Because the silence of a gun not firing really messed with her hearing eyes.gif
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Was just about to post that. Well worth watching.

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https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/jan/04/high-school-girl-body-slammed-police-officer-north-carolina

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A student who was slammed to the ground by a police officer at a North Carolina high school was trying to break up a fight involving her sister, according to the 15-year-old who posted video of the incident on social media.

Ahunna Akpuda recorded a brief video of an officer surrounded by students at Rolesville high school. The officer lifted and dropped a girl on her left side, then pulled her to her feet and lead her away. Akpuda said two girls had been fighting, including the sister of the girl who was slammed to the floor.

 

She said the officer arrived a few seconds after the girl arrived to break up the fight. “He drags her farther away from the actual fight after it was broken up,” said Ahunna, who spoke with the Associated Press on the phone Wednesday, along with her mother. “That’s when he proceeds to lift her up and slam her down to the ground.”

The girl who tried to break up the fight seemed “confused about why he was pulling her and restraining her”, Ahunna said. The video doesn’t show what led up to or followed the incident.

Her mother, Pam Akpuda, said she doesn’t think the officer, identified by town officials as Ruben De Los Santos, should be allowed to return to the school. “I don’t feel comfortable with him going back in the school,” she said. “If he’s fired, so be it. At the least, he needs to be reassigned.”

 

De Los Santos is on paid administrative leave, the Rolesville police chief said. Police chief Bobby Langston told town commissioners Tuesday that he’s reviewing the incident, which he said began as a fight between two female students Tuesday morning.

The officer is Hispanic and the female student in the video is black, Mayor Frank Eagles said. The video has prompted the state’s largest school district to take a fresh look at standards for officers assigned to work in schools. Wake County school officials will review the memorandum of understanding that places an armed police officer in every high school and some middle schools, district spokeswoman Lisa Luten said Wednesday.

 

The review will include “determining if changes need to be made to the agreement”, she said in an email. Rolesville high school principal Dhedra Lassiter said in a statement posted on the school’s website Tuesday that she is “deeply concerned” about what she saw in the video.

The girl shown in the video told WRAL-TV in Raleigh that she was trying to break up a fight between her sister and another student when the officer came up behind her and slammed her to the ground. The girls’ mother, Desiree Harrison, told WRAL-TV she was called to the high school about her other daughter and had no idea what had happened to the one in the video.

“When I’m looking at this video, I’m like ‘Oh, my God, this cannot be happening to my child’ because I was just up at the school and they didn’t even tell me what happened to her,” Harrison said.

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white lives matter...

this story is crazy...
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Florida Police Officer Charged With Manslaughter
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The police officer, Lee Coel, 28, was charged with felony manslaughter for killing retired librarian Mary Knowlton, 73, last August. Knowlton was randomly selected to participate in a "shoot/don't shoot" role-playing scenario to teach residents how police decide to use deadly force.
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"She volunteered to be the victim in this mock shooting. I was standing 10 feet away from her when the guy shot her," Gary Knowlton told CBS News last year. In November, the city of Punta Gorda and Knowlton's family reportedly reached a $2 million settlement.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/florida-police-officer-charged-manslaughter-191225147.html
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