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American Nightmare – A New Era Of Police Robotic Killers

AFRICANGLOBE - Contrary to what eye-witnesses claim – that they saw several snipers – Mr. Micah Xavier Johnson, 25, was singled out as the lone shooter and summarily detonated with a robotic device. Dallas cops claimed he was too dangerous to arrest. The Explosive Ordnance Squad in Dallas, which marshaled the robot to kill Mr. Johnson, has had access to a Northrop Grumman Remotec Andros F6A or F6B, a standard model for military use, for many years.

Dallas Cops Used ISIS Tactics To Kill Micah Johnson

AFRICANGLOBE - Dallas Police Chief David O’Neal Brown defended the use of a bomb-carrying robot to kill Micah Johnson, the revolutionary who allegedly killed five officers in Dallas, aying it “wasn’t an ethical dilemma.” The unprecedented use of a bomb-carrying robot to kill an American citizen sparked ethical debate about the evolution of technology and the growing militarization of police forces. Experts said the decision to use the semi-autonomous devices to fight crime opens a new chapter.

Man Falsely ID’d As Dallas Shooter Says Cops Lied To Him

AFRICANGLOBE - Whether you realize it or not, the Second Amendment only applies to white people. While open carrying firearms is dangerous and stupid, Mark Hughes decided to bring his gun to a protest in Dallas — something that is legal under current laws in Texas and that made him a convenient target for police when other people began shooting.

More Black People Killed By Cops In 2015 Than Were Lynched...

AFRICANGLOBE - After the disturbing executions of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile at the hands of law enforcement officers this week, racial bias and police brutality have once again become heated subjects in the US. Several online commenters have noted that the safety of Black Americans doesn’t seem to have improved much since Jim Crow laws were struck down in 1965. In fact, US police seem to be killing more Black citizens today than were lynched at the height of US segregation.