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Decoding Racial Tensions In America

AFRICANGLOBE - The shooting and killing of an unarmed Blacks speak massive volumes as to the omnipresence of racial tensions/distrust between the Black community and white police officers in the United States. As an overt corollary, to all intent and purposes, these shootings and killings seem to concur directly with the March 1857 US Supreme Court Dred Scott decision to the extent that Blacks “had no rights which the white man was bound to respect” and that “slaves are not regarded as US citizens.”

Resisting Arrest Is Not A Crime

AFRICANGLOBE - New York City officers made 12,453 arrests in 2013 that included a charge of resisting arrest. In some cases resisting is the sole charge, the legal equivalent of a virgin birth. More often it’s appended to arrests for other infractions, allowing prosecutors to paint simple acts as prejudicially incriminating.

NYPD Caught Red-Handed Editing Wikipedia Entries About Eric Garner And Other...

AFRICANGLOBE - Entries found to have been edited by IP addresses associated with the NYPD include pages related to the shooting deaths of Eric Garner, Sean Bell, and Amadou Diallo. In all, Capital New York identified 85 separate NYPD addresses that have edited Wikipedia, which indicates that this may very well have been a coordinated operation and not simply the work of a rogue officer.

The U.S. Police Threat “Is Too High”

AFRICANGLOBE - Other countries manage to have police forces that do not indiscriminately gun down their citizens. Yet most Americans will support the police until it happens to them, but keep in mind that every time you get in your car you have placed yourself in far greater danger from police than you face from terrorists.

NYPD’s Work Stoppage Backfire: Arrest Rates Plummet At No Cost To...

AFRICANGLOBE - The NYPD's “slowdown strike” has unwittingly placed the police in an awkward position: with arrest rates plummeting and no significant harm done to public safety, the department may soon find itself having disproven the value of Broken Windows policing polices that #BlackLivesMatter protesters have been calling for an end to all along.

NYPD Officer Who Attacked And Punched 12-Year-Old Suspended

AFRICANGLOBE - A New York Police Department officer caught on video punching an apparently handcuffed Black 12-year-old during a false arrest has been suspended, authorities said. The arrest was captured on a smartphone video that has been viewed more than 700,000 times on YouTube, as documenting and viewing police activity becomes more popular.

New York Police Kill Unarmed Man In Brooklyn

AFRICANGLOBE - New York City police shot and killed an unarmed 28-year-old Black man Thursday night in a Brooklyn housing project, in what the city’s political establishment is referring to as an “unfortunate accident.” The news of this latest murder by the New York Police Department (NYPD) comes as the ruling elite prepares a crackdown in advance of a grand jury decision on whether to bring charges against the Ferguson, Missouri, police officer who killed Michael Brown in August.

American Jihad Black Supremacy Style

AFRICANGLOBE - On Thursday October 23, Zale Thompson, 32, attacked four New York Police Department officers with an 18 inch hatchet slashing one officer in the head and another in the arm before he was fatally shot by another officer. Although New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton declared that the hatchet attack was a terrorist act by a self-radicalized Muslim convert it was widely reported that authorities were also trying to determine if Thompson had any history of mental illness.

Employee Fired After Her Boss Said Her Braids Look “Ghetto”

AFRICANGLOBE - Katherine Lemire, a former special prosecutor for the New York Police Department, says that she was removed from her job at Michael Stapleton Associates for standing up for a Black colleague who had braids in her hair.

Court Blocks Ruling On NYPD Stop-and-Frisk Policy

AFRICANGLOBE - A federal appeals court on Thursday blocked a judge's order requiring changes to the New York Police Department's stop-and-frisk program and removed the judge from the case. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the decisions of Judge Shira Scheindlin will be stayed pending the outcome of an appeal by the city.

A Waste Of Time: Protesters Head for Barneys After Black Shoppers...

AFRICANGLOBE - Picketers headed for the Manhattan storefront of Barneys New York Inc on Wednesday to express outrage over Black customers' complaints that they were stopped by police after making luxury purchases.

US to Review Case of Jamaican Teen Ramarley Graham Gunned Down...

AFRICANGLOBE - The US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York made the announcement a day after a grand jury in the Bronx, New York refused to re-indict White police officer Richard Haste, who last year shot dead Ramarley Graham, 18, in his Bronx home.

Racist Vandals Deface Hero Jackie Robinson’s Statue

AFRICANGLOBE - Racial slurs and a swastika were scrawled Tuesday night on a statue of baseball legend Jackie Robinson, outside MCU Park in the Coney Island section of Brooklyn and the New York Police Department (NYPD) Hate Crimes Task Force has now launched a probe.

Kimani Gray Funeral Highlights Human Cost of Stop and Frisk

On Saturday at a church’s altar, Kimani Gray, a 16-year-old known by the nickname "Kiki" whose favorite subject in school was English because he “loved the power of words,” lay silent and still inside a coffin, beneath a bone and gold embroidered pall.

Officers in Kimani Gray Shooting Part of Growing Trend

AFRICANGLOBE - The two NYPD officers involved in the shooting of 16-year-old Kimani Gray have been sued for civil rights violations, stemming from stop-and-frisk. The city settled those cases out of court, paying $215,000 in total. But that's a small fraction of how much the city pays out annually, which is on the rise according to reports and lawyers.

NYPD Officers Beat Woman Then Shackle Her to Hospital Bed for...

AFRICANGLOBE - A landlord from Brooklyn was beaten and then shackled to a hospital bed by New York Police Department (NYPD) officers after cops swarmed her building, according to an account published by the New York Post.