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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

News updates on Ferguson MO and the verdict

It is totally understandable that people in Ferguson MO have been rioting. That verdict was an outrage and we have plenty of reason to believe the verdict is bogus. The evidence and the conclusion follow what happens almost every time such a verdict is reached. Black people get murdered by cops. Those in those juries seem easily manipulated just as our elections are. I don't EVER remember any jury finding ANY policeman guilty of wrong doing during the shooting of a person by police. NEVER!!!
We know they tried to prepare for this because they KNEW the outcome in advance!!

-សតិវ អតុ

About 100 people gathered tonight around Wichita State University in Wichita to protest the Ferguson, MO Verdict. The crowds chanted "no cameras no guns!" This was a comment on a project to have police in Wichita have cameras on them at all times.

Consider from
We've finally heard from Officer Darren Wilson.
Wilson had been publicly silent since the events of August 9, when he shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. And, even as the grand jury announced its decision not to indict him, he remained silent. He had his attorneys release a statement on his behalf.
But on Monday night, St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch released the evidence given to the grand jury, including the interview police did with Wilson in the immediate aftermath of the shooting. And so we got to read, for the first time, Wilson's full, immediate account of his altercation with Brown.
And it is unbelievable.
I mean that in the literal sense of the term: "difficult or impossible to believe." But I want to be clear here. I'm not saying Wilson is lying. I'm not saying his testimony is false. I am saying that the events, as he describes them, are simply bizarre. His story is difficult to believe.
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by Nat Winn, Kasama Editorial Working Group
The system has laid down THEIR verdict. Now, and in the coming days, the people will give OUR verdict.
It has been a long time since the people, in their broad mass, have anticipated and prepared to respond to the oppression and disregard that the United States government has shown Black youth. The police murder of Michael Brown in August of this year in the small midwest town of Ferguson, Missouri, has served as  a rallying call to young Black people and all who support their fight against oppression. Both the racist authorities and the people in the streets have been anxiously awaiting this decision on whether to indict Brown's murderer, which is now here. The national guard has already been called out. The emergency has already been declared. And the people in the streets have been building together to insure that the mockery of justice that is now upon us doesn't go unchallenged.
Predictably, yet another Black life is deemed expendable, and the right of the police to wage a reign of terror over Black communities has again been validated by the grand jury's decision.

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