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  1. rikyrah says:

    Family of dead South Carolina teen disputes police ‘suicide’ claim
    The officer is on paid leave as the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division investigates the shooting of Denzel Curnell, 19, in Charleston, who died after a gunshot wound in the head during an encounter with police on June 20.
    Friday, July 4, 2014, 3:14 PM

    CHARLESTON S.C. – Civil rights advocates and the family of a 19-year-old former Army recruit fatally shot during a June 20 encounter with a South Carolina police officer are questioning the claim by law enforcement that his death appears to have been a suicide.

    The officer is on paid leave as the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division investigates the shooting of Denzel Curnell in Charleston, who died after a gunshot wound in the head.

    His death adds to “the sad and horrifying list of young black men shot by or in the presence of law enforcement in our community,” the local branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People said in a statement.

    Police have released few details about the incident. They described the case as a “possible suicide,” saying there was no evidence that the officer, Jamal Medlin, fired a weapon.

    But Curnell’s relatives are asking how the teenager, who was left-handed, could have shot himself in the right side of his head, said Dot Scott, president of the Charleston NAACP branch.

    They are pushing for the release of footage from surveillance cameras that might have recorded the incident at an apartment complex and for the coroner’s report, said Charleston attorney Andrew Savage, who is representing Curnell’s family.

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  2. rikyrah says:

    Mistrust in North Carolina Over Plan to Reduce Precincts

    JULY 7, 2014

    HELBY, N.C. — When Alan Langley, a Republican member of the local elections board here, explains a new proposal to consolidate five voting precincts into two, it sounds procedural and well-meaning: He speaks of convenient parking and wheelchair access at the proposed polling places, and of saving more than $10,000 per election.

    Those precincts, however, are rich with black voters who generally vote Democratic. And when the Rev. Dante Murphy, the president of the Cleveland County N.A.A.C.P. chapter, discusses the plan, he talks of “disenfranchisement” and “conspiracy.”

    “We know,” Mr. Murphy said, “that this is part of a bigger trend — a movement to suppress people’s right to vote.”

    The bitter disagreement in this city of 20,000 is part of a broader voting rights battle charged by race and partisan politics that is happening in a number of communities, many of them Southern, where changes to election laws no longer require advance approval from the federal government after a year-old Supreme Court ruling voided a key section of the Voting Rights Act.

  3. rikyrah says:

    Voting Totals Reveal Crucial Boost From Blacks in Thad Cochran’s Victory

    JULY 9, 2014

    The precinct level returns in Hinds County bolster the theory that a surge in black, Democratic turnout allowed Senator Thad Cochran to defeat Chris McDaniel, a Tea Party-backed state senator, in last month’s Republican primary runoff in Mississippi.

    Mr. Cochran won by 7,667 votes. Nearly half — a net 3,532 votes — came from the most Democratic precincts in Jackson’s Hinds County, where President Obama won a combined 97.8 percent of the vote in 2012, according to figures released Tuesday night by the Mississippi secretary of state.

    The surge in turnout was clearest in overwhelmingly black precincts; turnout sometimes increased by more than 3,000 percent over the initial Republican primary.

    In Hinds County’s 25 most heavily Democratic precincts, where Mr. Obama won a combined 99.3 percent of the vote, Mr. Cochran picked up a net 1,414 votes, representing about a fifth of Mr. Cochran’s statewide margin of victory and dwarfing the 121 votes won by Mitt Romney in the same precincts in 2012.

  4. rikyrah says:

    Watch: Off-Duty Georgia Officer Charged in Racial Road Rage Assault

    The officer was arrested and placed on administrative leave after the incident during which he called a woman a “low life piece of [expletive] n**ger.”

    HENRY COUNTY, Ga. — An officer was placed on leave after he was arrested, accused of spitting on a woman and calling her a racial slur.

    Clayton County police Officer Thomas Sheats faces simple battery, simple assault and disorderly conduct.
    He was arrested and booked into the Henry County Jail but has since bonded out.

    Henry County police said the incident began June 29 on Highway 155 in Locust Grove. Michele Griffith, 27, said that’s where Sheats followed her for miles, blowing his horn, driving erratically and bumping her car.

    Griffith said when they pulled into a parking lot where she was going to get pizza, Sheats approached her car and angrily shouted at her.

    “Why the (expletive) you going 35 miles per hour on a 45 mile per hour road,” Griffith said Sheats told her.

    She told Sheats he could have went around her. She said that’s when he really exploded.
    “‘I couldn’t pass, you low life piece of (expletive) (n-word)’ … and (he) spit on me,” Griffith said was Sheats’ response.

    Griffith said she was horrified. She said Sheats was screaming so loud people came out of stores and attempted to block him in until police arrived.

  5. rikyrah says:

    Everytime I read a story like this, I worry about Pope Francis.


    9 July 2014
    Last updated at 10:59 ET

    Vatican bank chief to step down amid restructure

    The entire senior management team of the Vatican bank is to be replaced as part of extensive reforms of the Catholic Church’s central government.

    Pope Francis has sought to stamp out corruption and other abuses at the bank, which handles the Church’s funds.

    French financier Jean-Baptiste de Franssu will take over as head of the bank from Ernst von Freyberg.

    The bank will also eventually give up its investment activities to focus on serving religious orders and charities.

    Ernst von Freyberg was appointed by former Pope Benedict just before his retirement in February 2013 after allegations were made that the Vatican bank had been used by money launderers.

    However, attempts to create a more transparent banking system for the Catholic Church will continue under new management.

  6. Ametia says:

    Turn off tvs after POTUS.

    Cable nuts like Matthews won’t report on OBSTRUCTIONISM of GOP and immigration reform bill to supplement border patrol being reasons behind influx . Nope, it’s POTUS that should go to the border and look around, and say, yep, kids are sneaking across the border!”

  7. Ametia says:

    To the reporters. Why aren’t you asking the GOP why they don’t COMPROMISE?

  8. Ametia says:


  9. Ametia says:

    After a scoreless tie, Argentina beats the Netherlands 4-2 on penalty kicks to advance to face Germany in the World Cup final Sunday in Rio de Janeiro.

    Read more at:

  10. Ametia says:


    Sarah Palin’s call for impeachment isn’t about Obama’s race; it’s about yours
    Spandan Chakrabarti July 9, 2014

  11. Ametia says:

    Whatchoo have for breakfast this morning, Ms Ashleigh Banfield?

  12. The President delivers a statement on the urgent humanitarian situation at the Southwest border

  13. Oh LOOK! No one was complaining about these undocumented immigrants. Why weren’t folks protesting these immigrants?

    Southern States didn't complain when undocumented workers came over like this

  14. rikyrah says:

    Tennessee fails to follow law to protect babies

    Tom Wilemon, Tennessean 10:44 a.m. EDT July 9, 2014

    Nejuana Harris did not want to have her baby this way — rushing into an emergency room six weeks before the baby should have arrived, wondering and worrying about undiagnosed complications and unknown dangers.

    “I didn’t have any prenatal care,” Harris said. “None.”

    She would have gotten that medical attention if TennCare had been in compliance with the presumptive eligibility requirement of the Affordable Care Act. Tennessee has so far failed to set up a system for hospitals to temporarily enroll patients in Medicaid who probably qualify for coverage — something hospitals were supposed to be able to do beginning Jan. 1. The delay could put state Medicaid funding in jeopardy.

    “The way to fix it easily is just do what the law says,” said Michele Johnson, executive director of the Tennessee Justice Center.

    TennCare Director Darin Gordon acknowledges that his agency has no system for hospitals to make presumptive eligibility determinations and says his agency has prioritized complying with other parts of the federal health law.

    “We have been doing our research and trying to figure out how we can implement that effectively,” Gordon said. “Some would have us just throw the door open to a brand-new process, such as that, and not be as concerned about some of the controls you need to have in place.”

    With the full implementation of the Affordable Care Act this year, Tennessee stopped staffing hospitals with state employees who once helped pregnant women sign up for Medicaid and instead started directing them to apply at or local health departments.

  15. rikyrah says:

    Send the National Guard to ‘Chiraq’
    To save the Windy City, we have to use everything at our disposal.
    A major American city is quickly being lost to guns, gangs, drugs and hopelessness, and political and business leaders are giving lip service to the problem. Yet while our politicians dither, the city’s Southside and Westside residents are living in perpetual fear, afraid to walk the streets.

    It’s time for Mayor Rahn Emanuel to put his ego and political ambitions aside. It’s time for him to ask the state police and the National Guard to come into Chicago and assist the police department in regaining control of the city’s streets.

    The July 4th weekend saw 84 people in Chicago shot and 16 killed. More than a thousand people have been shot since this year began. Nearly all of those killed, according to the Chicago Sun-Times, are black and Hispanic men 35 and under. There is no doubt in my mind that if 16 people were killed in one weekend on the prosperous North Side of Chicago, this country would be up in arms. It would be the No. 1 story in every newspaper and on every news channel nationwide. But I’ll save that for another piece.

    Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy said Sunday that hundreds of extra police officers were on the streets over the holiday weekend, and for a little while the streets were relatively quiet. But then things went haywire on Sunday, and 21 separate shooting incidents occurred.

    Mayor Emanuel and police officials tout the fact that the city’s homicide rate has dropped this year, and have even said there are fewer deaths than there were two decades ago. Great. Wonderful. I’m sure that’s comforting to the families of the 16 people gunned down over the weekend.

    To understand what’s happening in Chicago means looking at decades of racial segregation and economic apartheid that continues today. Tackling this massive problem requires a holistic approach, but first we must deal with the plague of gun violence visiting that city.

    We can talk all day about jobs and education, and there is no doubt decades of failure in those areas are contributing to the violence in Chicago today. But before we can start talking about rebuilding areas affected by systemic poverty, we need to confront crime.

    As a resident of Chicago for six years, I’ve witnessed its problems up close. I’ve had discussions with pastors, community leaders, police officials, parents, politicians and business leaders. And I have talked several times with Ret. Lt. Gen. Russell Honoré, the man who kicked butt and took names when he lead the military response in New Orleans after Huricane Katrina.

  16. rikyrah says:

    Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin Sentenced to 10 Years

    Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin was sentenced Wednesday to 120 months in prison. U.S. District Judge Helen Berrigan also ordered Nagin to pay $84,000 in restitution.

    Nagin, 58, was convicted on Feb. 12 of accepting more than $500,000 worth of bribes and free trips from contractors in exchange for helping them clinch millions of dollars in city work when he was mayor of New Orleans, both pre- and post-Hurricane Katrina. He was found guilty of 20 out of 21 counts in the indictment. Nagin, a Democrat who was mayor for two terms from 2002 to 2010, denied he took any bribes.

  17. rikyrah says:

    Oprah Winfrey Network takes culinary flight with ‘Wingmen’

    by Chris Witherspoon | July 9, 2014 at 11:40 AM

    prah Winfrey Network will take culinary flight with Wingmen on Saturday, August 16, at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

    The one-hour special features Columbia, South Carolina, best friends Ramone Dickerson and Corey Simmons as they navigate 2 Fat 2 Fly, their small-town food truck business selling a revolutionary twist on a culinary classic: “stuffed chicken wing.”

    Self-made and self-taught, Corey and Ramone will stuff anything into a chicken wing and get inspiration for their creations from the most unexpected places. As seen in the special, their marrying of fried chicken wings with savory ingredients such as jambalaya or mac & cheese inside a chicken wing are by trial and error, a cue to how the pair often tackle business choices.

    For these two best friends, this isn’t just another food trend; it’s their meal ticket and chance to strike it rich. Wingmen will follow the pair as they attempt to get their crazy business habits in order and make their dreams of owning a million-dollar wing empire a reality.

    • Ametia says:

      LOL Now look at what O ‘s done.
      I’ve just started watching Food Network channel, and am officially hooked on “CHOPPED” Cut Throat Kitchen,” and “Guys Grocery Games.”

  18. rikyrah says:

    Tennessee fails to follow law to protect babies
    Tom Wilemon, Tennessean10:44 a.m. EDT July 9, 2014

    Nejuana Harris did not want to have her baby this way — rushing into an emergency room six weeks before the baby should have arrived, wondering and worrying about undiagnosed complications and unknown dangers.

    “I didn’t have any prenatal care,” Harris said. “None.”

    She would have gotten that medical attention if TennCare had been in compliance with the presumptive eligibility requirement of the Affordable Care Act. Tennessee has so far failed to set up a system for hospitals to temporarily enroll patients in Medicaid who probably qualify for coverage — something hospitals were supposed to be able to do beginning Jan. 1. The delay could put state Medicaid funding in jeopardy.

    “The way to fix it easily is just do what the law says,” said Michele Johnson, executive director of the Tennessee Justice Center.

  19. rikyrah says:

    Want to empower African American kids? Give them bikes

    Cycling has a reputation for being a white man’s sport, hobby, and
    mode of transportation. It’s an image rooted in truth — white people
    accounted for about 80 percent of the cycling population in the U.S. as of 2009 — but it’s far from a complete picture. From 2001 to 2009, the rates of cycling among African Americans, Hispanics, and Asians grew far more than among whites.

    Ed Ewing is working hard to keep that trend going. He’s the director
    of diversity and inclusion for the Cascade Bicycle Club and co-founder of the Major Taylor Project, a program that uses cycling to empower underserved youth in the Seattle area. The program is named after Major Taylor, the first African-American to win a cycling world championship race.[….]

  20. rikyrah says:

    Senate Democrats unveil bill to override Hobby Lobby decision

    “One thing we’re going to do during this work period, sooner rather than later, is to ensure that women’s lives are not determined by virtue of five white men,” Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said on Tuesday. “This Hobby Lobby decision is outrageous, and we’re going to do something about it. People are going to have to walk down here and vote, and if they vote with the five men on the Supreme Court, I think it’s — they’re going to have — be treated unfavorably come November with the elections.”

    Harry called Unca Clarence a White man…


    Ain’t truer words been spoken.


    This is the gif for today and it’s hilarious.

  21. rikyrah says:

    Shifting Tactics, Moral Monday Movement Launches a New Freedom Summer

    Barry Yeoman

    July 3, 2014

    Fifty years after the murders of Schwerner, Chaney and Goodman, North Carolina activists move from civil disobedience to big voter mobilization push.
    by Jenny Warburg for The American Prospect

    The North Carolina NAACP’s Moral Freedom Summer organizers, shown here at a Raleigh protest, are fanning out across the state to register and educate voters in advance of the November 2014 elections.

    “I normally wear cuff links,” the Rev. William Barber II told the 75 activists, black and white, who filled the pews at Davie Street Presbyterian Church in downtown Raleigh Monday night. “But it’s time to roll up our sleeves.”

    With those words, the president of the North Carolina NAACP launched the next phase of the Moral Monday movement, the broad faith-based response to the state’s recent sharp-right policy turn.

    The movement, founded by Barber in 2013 and backed by dozens of church and advocacy groups, is temporarily shifting its attention away from the civil-disobedience protests that yielded more than 1,000 arrests. Between now and Election Day in November, Moral Monday leaders plan to concentrate on local communities and a federal courtroom, confronting what Barber calls “the most regressive voter-suppression law passed by any state in this country since Jim Crow.”

  22. rikyrah says:

    Utah cop repeatedly drugged and raped wife on video before killing his family and himself

    By Travis Gettys
    Wednesday, July 9, 2014 9:15 EDT

    A Utah police officer who killed his family before taking his own life had drugged and raped his wife on videotape repeatedly, according to an investigation into the January murder-suicide.

    Spanish Fork police completed its 145-page investigation Monday into the deaths of 32-year-old Kelly Boren, 7-year-old Joshua “Jaden” Boren, 5-year-old Haley Boren, 55-year-old Marie King, and 34-year-old Joshua Boren, reported the Deseret News.

    Police believe Joshua Boren, a Linden police officer who previously worked as a Utah County sheriff’s deputy, used his department-issued handgun to kill his wife, children, and mother-in-law Jan. 16 in their home and then turned the gun on himself.

    Investigators said Boren was a well-respected law enforcement officer considered a “teddy bear” by those who knew him, but they said the officer had a dark side he had apparently battled since childhood.

    “Josh was a very troubled individual that felt like he was about to lose his wife and children,” police said in their report.

    Investigators reported that Boren had been sexually abused as a child, had a deep hatred for his mother, and was addicted to drugs and pornography

  23. President Obama Speaks on the Economy. 12:20 est

  24. @GOP & spineless @Democrats The Potus is not your step in fetch it negro. He’s not going to be bullied by anyone. Got it?

    Chuck Todd: Obama WH Didn’t Want to Be ‘Bullied into Going to the Border’

    President Obama has been getting flak from both sides for his decision not to go to the U.S.-Mexican border during his Texas visit. Some Democrats and MSNBC hosts aren’t happy with the president over this, and Chuck Todd explained today why the White House is standing firm: they didn’t want to succumb to political bullying.

    Todd explained, “This White House gets a little stubborn. They don’t like to be bullied into a decision based on politics.”

    He said they ended up compromising by agreeing to have Obama meet with Rick Perry and participating in an immigration round table, which allowed them to stand firm while still showing concern about the issue at hand.

  25. rikyrah says:

    Joe Madison – “The Black Eagle”

    12 hrs · .

    Quinnipiac, the pollster said survey found Pres. Obama is worse president since WWII. Well, someone responded. What do you think?

    Open letter to Quinnipiac:

    Quinnipiac you bastards.

    Obama the worst President? Hardly!!!.

    Obama caught the Times Square Bomber in 52 hours; you bastards.
    Obama caught the Boston Marathon Bombers in less that 10 days; you bastards.

    Obama caught Bin Laden in 2 years; something Bush could not do in 8; you bastards.
    Obama caught the Benghazi attackers in 2 years; you bastards.

    Obama got rid of Gaddaffi without one loss of American life; you bastards; it took Bush $3 Trillion to get rid of Saddam; and 4000 American lives.

    Obama got rid of Sarin, GB, VX in Syria without firing a shot; you bastards.
    Obama has 50 plus months of private sector job growth; you bastards.

    The damned stock market is within 1000 points of tripling under Obama since the March 8, 2009 low; that means $3000 is now worth $9000; $30,000 is now worth $90,000; $90,000 is worth $270,000; $270,000 is now worth $810,000; $30 billion is now worth $90 billion; you bastards.

    Corporate profits are at record highs under Obama; you bastards.
    Obama has 50 plus months without a double dip recession; you bastards.

    Obama has given us 9 million new jobs; you bastards.

    Inflation is at or below the Fed’s 2% for 50 plus months; under Obama; which means borrowing costs are low and cities, counties and states can borrow at low rates for capital projects; you bastards.
    Obama has given 8 million Americans Healthcare; Bush = 0; Bush II =0; Reagan =0; Ford=0; Nixon =0

    By any measure Obama is the best President since Kennedy; all while getting unprecedented obstruction from Boehner, McConnell, and the “Hate Obama First Crowd;” you bastards.

    Do a poll on that crowd that said they would deny Obama any victory the very night of the 2008 Inaugural Ball. You never heard of that did you Quinnipiac? Sure, you didn’t you bastards. Now you have, so do it.

    We black people and white people of good will are shaking with rage as you try and smear this President; and we are not going to stand for it. We are tired of being nice as you and Boehner crap on our President.
    Quinnipiac, we know that you rated in the bottom half of polls during the 2012 Presidential Polls; hardly a reliable source.
    ‪#‎JoeMadison‬‪#‎PresidentObama‬ ‪#‎Obama‬ ‪#‎Quinnipiac‬ ‪#‎Benghazi

  26. rikyrah says:

    Why NEA Wants Arne Duncan to Resign
    By Ernie Smith / Jul 8, 2014

    Still smarting over the education secretary’s comments last month
    supporting a court decision that struck down tenure protections for
    California teachers, the National Education Association wants Arne
    Duncan to step down. But that’s not the only issue involved.

    With a vote at its annual meeting in Denver on the Fourth of July, the National Education Association made a bold statement against the
    country’s top education official.

    Although departing NEA President Dennis Van Roekel said the vote
    wasn’t a personal attack on Education Secretary Arne Duncan, delegates at the meeting approved a measure calling for Duncan’s resignation, citing the U.S. Department of Education’s “failed education agenda focused on more high-stakes testing, grading, and pitting public school students against each other based on test scores, and for continuing to promote policies and decisions that undermine public schools and colleges, the teaching education professionals, and education unions.”

    • Ametia says:

      Seriously, I’m still scratching my head at PBO picking Duncan. He doesn’t appear or sound to be the sharpest tool in the box.

  27. rikyrah says:

    In the
    WHAT-THE-FUCK news for today


    Michigan man kills 2-year-old girl by shooting her execution-style to torture her dad: police

    Raymone Bernard Jackson, 24, walked up to the little girl as she sat on her porch with her dad and then opened fire, police said. Then he shot the child’s dad and a 12-year-old family friend. ‘Anybody that feels that they can execute a child in the state of Michigan, we’re going to go after them,’ state police said.

    BY Deborah Hastings /


    Thursday, July 3, 2014, 8:08 PM.

    A little girl sitting on the porch with her daddy on a beautiful summer day was shot execution-style by a “coward” who wanted the child’s father to watch her die, police said Thursday.

    Kamiya French, age 2, was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital on Tuesday in Inkster, Mich.

    Dad Kenneth French, 34, and Chelsea Lancaster, 12, remain hospitalized and are expected to recover.

    Raymone Bernard Jackson, 24, was charged Thursday with first-degree murder, torture and other charges, the Detroit Free Press reported.

    Ryan Garza/APRaymone Bernard Jackson, 24, was arraigned Thursday on murder and torture charges in the execution-style killing of 2-year-old Kamiya French and wounding her father and a 12-year-old playmate.

    He is being held without bail. The torture charge comes from the suspect’s desire to inflict

  28. rikyrah says:

    ‘Housewives’ Star Apollo Nida

    8 Years In Prison

    Sentence Shortened For SNITCHING

    7/8/2014 12:00 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

    Apollo Nida just got an enormous break for singing like a canary … he got 1/4 the maximum sentence for a massive money fraud scheme.

    Nida — who appears on “Real Housewives of Atlanta” with wife Phaedra Parks — was just sentenced to 8 years in federal prison for cashing stolen checks and laundering more than $2.3 mil through phony bank accounts.

    The judge who sentenced him today in a Georgia court said Nida did indeed cooperate with federal investigators by spilling criminal secrets … and that’s why he got leniency.

    Nida could have been sentenced to 30 years, so 8 years is a big victory.

    Read more:

  29. rikyrah says:

    White House

    Strong-Arms Photo Agency

    To Squash Malia Photos

    7/8/2014 4:10 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

    Malia Obama went to a famous L.A. restaurant Monday night — a restaurant regularly frequented by celebs and paparazzi — and when the White House found out a photog took her pic, they went into DEFCON 1 to KILL the photos.

    The 16-year-old went to Gjelina in Venice, CA with some friends. The photog got the pic as Malia walked out and then sent it to the AKM-GSI agency to sell. The agency posted the pic on its website for media outlets to purchase, but several hours later The First Lady’s Office called AKM-GSI and asked them to please take the pics off the website and delete them from their files.

    We’re told Michelle Obama’s people told the agency they had promises from various media outlets not to photograph the 2 girls when they were not in the presence of their father.

    AKM-GSI then agreed, sending an email to the media with the subject, “URGENT SET KILL NOTICE.”

    The text reads, “Please delete the set of Malia Obama from your archive. The set was sent around earlier today. We cannot distribute this set.”

    Read more:

    • Ametia says:

      BWA HA HA HA

      Hilariously POWERFUL vid. It’s simple white folks, don’t say shit to folks that you don’t want said to you.

    • Yahtc says:

      I get the message….hope everyone does.

      • Ametia says:

        Yahtc, folks have to really entrenched in their own world not to be aware of another human being’s very physical presence, the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual boundaries that makes one HUMAN.

        This kind of behavior should be classified as an ILLNESS, seriously.

  30. rikyrah says:

    Gone but not forgotten: 25 TV shows we still want more of!

    by Daynah Burnett

    Some TV series end gracefully, tying up all loose ends and leaving fans satisfied with their seasons-long journey. Others, through network cancellation or intense fan devotion, leave audiences ever-wanting more.

    Take a look through our top 25 TV shows that were just so good, we still want MORE!

    • Ametia says:

      so far it’s Buffy & Chappelle.

      I do hope to finish viewing the rest to see if I’d petition for the return of any more shows.

  31. rikyrah says:

    Good Morning, Everyone :)

    • Ametia says:

      THE VIDEO TELLS THE GRUESOME STORY. Fuck your “thorough” investigation process, CHP!

    • rikyrah says:

      the video tells the truth about this animal

      • Ametia says:

        Seriously, every time I see or hear these idiots tell us the woman was combative, when it’s not what we’re seeing on that VIDEO, I want to jump up and deliver a smackdown to’em like that cop did to that BLACK woman

      • Ametia says:

        who was that negro on Politics Nation saying we don’t know what condition the lady was in and what she was saying to the officer, because there is NO SOUND.

        In other words, FORGET WHAT YA’LL SEE.

        I.JUST.CAN’T. with this FOOLISHNESS!

    • He’s a savage beast. The video doesn’t lie. His ass need to go to jail and be let loose in the general population. Lets see how tough his ass is then.

      • Ametia says:

        And they’re supposed to protect citizens. Who the fuck was he protecting with that ugly, BARBARIC beatdown of this woman?

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