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Thursday, August 2, 2012

Chavis Carter: Latest Police Victim?


WHEN will the president visit families of police brutality and promise us justice like he did the Colorado families after the theater massacre? By June 9, there had already been 120 extrajudicial killings of black people in America during 2012, and the body count is still growing. Here is a young black man who was just killed - Chavis Carter. Suicide story: Arkansas police say Carter shot himself in the right temple although he was left-handed, while handcuffed and double locked inside an Arkansas police car!  http://www.kulturekritic.com/2012/08/news/handcuffed-man-shot-dead-in-back-of-police-car-cops-say-he-shot-himself-video/  "Officers say the heard a 'thump,' then turned and realized that Carter had shot himself in the head." Carter must have been a black Houdini and then some! By the way, police had searched Carter TWICE before locking him in the police car, but they must have missed the weapon. (Two photos and three links are in this article). When no excuse is necessary, any excuse will do. I learned about Chavis on August 1, 2012, the ninth anniversary of the Larry Neal's murder under secret arrest, for which the United States Department of Justice and The Cochran Firm helped Memphis Shelby County Jail to avoid accountability. When police know their superiors, local government officials, and even Washington will become accessories after the fact to murders of black people, it is open season. Our condolences to the Chavis family. See also "Happy Anniversary, Cochran Firm Frauds" at this link http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2012/08/happy-anniversary-cochran-firm-frauds.html . More information about unrequited police killings of African Americans is in this article http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2012/07/police-murders-v-joker-massacre.html "POLICE MURDERS v. THE JOKER MASSACRE."


1 comment:

  1. Y'all wrong for that! Shame, shame, shame. I am ready to turn in my resignation after what you did. Are you ready?

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