I Believe That Every Single One Of Us,Has A Responsibility To Get Involved In Trying To Make A Difference In The World. Our Generation Faces Many Challenges, Some Of Which Were Passed On To Us By The Past Generations, But It's Up To Us To Find Solutions Today So That We Don't Keep Passing Our Problems On.Each One Of Us Can Make A Difference. Together We Make Change.
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​1.We are requested a centralized and federally operated up-to-date police misconduct tracking systems 2.Teaching the truth about America's History (Not His-Story) and the true treatment of people of color in America's History 3Giving psychological aid to people of color who are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder,because of their treatment by law enforcement and media coverage 4Restoring voting rights to people of color who were targeted by the so called war on drugs,that has directly affected the voting power of the Afro-American 5Requesting that we are allow to appear before the United Nations and International Court of Justice,at The Hague 6.We are asking that you sign a petition asking for relief from the United Nations ,for the relentless and unyielding genocide actions against the Afro-Americans and other people of color by the United States Government 7. Reforming the Laws that are designed to incarcerate people of color 8.We need a national dialog about amending the 13th Amendment. Current implications of the punishment clause 9. We need a Government investigation on why Police arrest black Americans for drug crimes at twice the rate of whites, according to federal data, despite the fact that whites use drugs at comparable rates and sell drugs at even higher rates 10.
Facts That Show White-on-White Crime Far Exceeds Black-on-Black Crime An How Media Outlets Conceal It
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​The Raw Numbers
Statistics are cut-and-dry, and they do not lie. According to the FBI’s most recent homicide numbers available, from 2011, a staggering 83 percent of white murder victims were killed by fellow Caucasians. (Of murders committed by Blacks, only 14 percent were of whites.) And because whites are the majority in the country — there are six times as many whites as there are Blacks — that means they commit the most murders. This could be viewed as startling to many, especially whites, because hardly ever is “white-on-white” crime dissected in the media. As an example, Time magazine’s Joe Klein wrote an entire column recently on crime, focusing on the Black community and calling it a “social disaster.” But there was no mention that whites overwhelmingly are killed by whites, which was typical of media outlets.
Media Misrepresentation
Williams wrote: “The term ‘black-on-black’ crime is a destructive, racialized colloquialism that perpetuates an idea that blacks are somehow more prone to violence. This is untrue and fully verifiable by FBI, DOJ and census data. Yet the fallacy is so fixed that even African Americans have come to believe it.” Indeed, respected columnists like George Will never examine crime by whites, do not use the racialized phrase “white-on-white” crime and give the impression their lives are at risk because of Blacks. The truth, taking FBI data from 2010: Whites killed whites 3,252 times, which was 4.6 times more than the number of whites killed by Blacks.

Violent Crimes
Whites are responsible for the vast majority of violent crimes, according to the FBI. With respect to aggravated assault, whites led Blacks 2-1 in arrests; in forcible-rape cases, whites led all racial and ethnic groups by more than 2-1. And in larceny theft, whites led Blacks, again, more than 2-1. Williams asks: “Given this mathematical truth, would anyone encourage African-Americans to begin shooting suspicious white males in their neighborhoods for fear that they’ll be raped, assaulted or murdered?”
Range of Crimes
The Bureau of Justice Statistics found that compared to Blacks, whites were more likely to kill children, the elderly, family members and their significant others. They commit more sex-related crimes, gang-related crimes and are more likely to kill at their places of employment.
Gang Killings
When gang-related killings are referred to on the news, they treat it as an almost exclusively Black problem. However, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, for the period of 1980 to 2008, a majority (53.3 percent) of gang homicides were committed by white offenders, and the majority of gang homicide victims (56.5 percent) were white.
Skewed Characterizations
Crimes committed by whites often are explained in the media as deviations of the individual — “He was such a quiet man; the community is shocked” — but have nothing to do with race. But crimes committed by Blacks or Latinos are somehow attributed to race, with little exception. Gang-bangers from South Chicago have somehow become a symbol that Black men are to be feared, but there is not the same characterization of fear that one could attach to the brutal murders committed by Neo-Nazi skinheads.
The Poverty Argument
Experts and analysts have consistently crafted theories on crime based on income and employment levels. The less you make, the more likely you are to commit crimes, the theory goes. But the number of murders committed by white people specifically in the United States, according to Vox, casts doubt on this. The white population in America is considerably richer than the national average — and yet there are more white murderers.

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On Dec. 14, 2012, 20-year-old Adam Lanza killed 28 people, including himself, his mother, 20 elementary school kids and six school staff and faculty at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Lanza suffered from extreme mental health issues that weren't treated, and was preoccupied with violence, a report from state officials found. He also had easy access to weapons, the report said.
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On Oct. 16, 1991, A 35-year-old named George Hennard crashed his pickup through Luby's Cafeteria, a packed restaurant in Killeen, Texas. He shot and killed 23 people before shooting and killing himself. Twenty-seven others were wounded. The Texas massacre is the deadliest shooting to not happen at a school in U.S. history. According to a former roommate, Hennard "hated blacks, Hispanics, gays. He said women were snakes."
21 killed
On July 18, 1984, James Huberty, a 41-year-old former security guard who had lost his job, opened fire at a McDonald's in San Ysidro, California, killing 21 employees and customers, including children. A police sniper killed him an hour after he started shooting.

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On Aug. 1, 1966, former U.S. Marine Charles Joseph Whitman, 25, killed his mother and wife, then went on top of a tower at University of Texas at Austin and killed 16 others. He also wounded at least 30. Whitman had complained of physical and mental health issues before the attack. He was then shot by a police officer. An autopsy after his death revealed he had a brain tumor, but it was not clear whether that had affected his actions.
14 killed
On Aug. 20, 1986, postman Patrick Henry Sherill killed 14 postal workers in Edmond, Oklahoma, and then killed himself with a shot to the head. The rampage came a week after two supervisors reprimanded him for lousy performance.
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On April 20, 1999, students Eric Harris, 18, and Dylan Klebold, 17, killed 12 other students and a teacher at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado. Two dozen were injured. They then killed themselves in the school's library. In journal entries, the high school seniors had written about a desire to imitate events such as the Oklahoma City bombing.
13 killed
On Nov. 5, 2009, Mad. Nidal Malik Hasan, 39, killed 13 people and injured 32 others at Fort Hood, Texas. The massacre prompted the Army to come up with a list of 78 recommendations for Fort Hood to identify the potential for violent behavior among its soldiers. Hasan has been sentenced to death.
13 killed
On April 3, 2009, in Binghamton, New York, 41-year-old Jiverly Wong, an immigrant, killed 13 people and injured four others at an immigrant services center before killing himself. President Obama called the shootings "an act of senseless violence."
13 killed
On Feb. 18, 1983, three robbers at the Wah Mee gambling club in Seattle killed 13 people. Kwan Fai Mak and Benjamin Ng were convicted of murder later that year and are serving life sentences; Wai-Chu Ng was deported to Hong Kong last year.
12 killed
On July 20, 2012, 24-year-old James Holmes sprayed bullets on a midnight screening of the new Batman movie at a theater in Aurora, Colorado. In addition to the 12 killed, 58 were wounded. Defense attorneys tried unsuccessfully to argue that he was insane at the time of the attack; he was sentenced to life in prison in August.
12 killed
On Sept. 16, 2013, a 34-year-old named Aaron Alexis opened fire inside the Washington Navy Yard, killing 12. The former Navy reservist died in a gun battle with police.
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Westside Middle SchoIn the early afternoon of March 24, 1998, two students from Westside Middle School,conducted an armed ambush on teachers and students, which resulted in five dead 
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The South Carolina mother who confessed to killing her two young sons more than two decades ago has written a letter from behind bars explaining that "something went very wrong that night."

Susan Smith, 43, was convicted in 1995 of murdering 3-year-old Michael and 14-month-old Alex by strapping them into their car seats in her burgundy Mazda and then letting her car roll into a lake in the mill town of Union, where she lived.

Wednesday marked the twentieth anniversary of her conviction. Prosecutors pushed for Smith to receive the death penalty, but she was sentenced to life in prison.

The tragic case attracted worldwide attention and stirred racial tension after Smith initially told police that a black man had carjacked her and kidnapped her children. She tearfully pleaded for the kids to be returned. But nine days later, she admitted she pushed her car down the access ramp of John D. Long Lake with the kids in the back.

In a July 9, 1995 file photo, visitors walk down the ramp where Alex and Michael Smith were drowned in a car in 1994 in Union, S.C., by their mother, Susan Smith. Lou Krasky / AP
In a letter written to a reporter at the State newspaper in Columbia, South Carolina, Smith said she is "not the monster society thinks I am. I am far from it."

"It has been hard to listen to lie after lie and not be able to defend myself. It's frustrating to say the least," the letter, dated Jan. 19, 2015, but published this week by the State, said.

Prosecutors had said that Smith killed the boys because a man she was having an affair with ended their relationship eight days prior. Smith disputed that in her letter.

"The thing that hurts me the most is that people think that I hurt my children in order to be with a man. That is so far from the truth. There was no motive as it was not even a planned event. I was not in my right mind."

As for why she lied about what happened, Smith wrote, "I didn't know how to tell the people who loved Michael & Alex that they would never see them again. I didn't want to hurt them."

She planned on killing herself before the truth came out, she added.

The handwritten letter, which was a page-and-a-half long, was "only a small piece of the story," she said. It was signed "Sincerely, Susan."

John D. Long Lake became a morbid tourist attraction after Michael and Alex's deaths, with visitors flocking there for photos or to lay flowers in memory of the boys.

In 1996, the quiet town was traumatized again after seven people, including four kids, accidentally drowned in the lake after stopping by to look at memorials for the boys. 
In the early evening of February 18, 1988, Olmsted County sheriff's deputies discovered the bodies of Bernard (43), Paulette (42), Diane (13), and Richard Brom (11) in the Brom family home. Missing from the home were the two oldest sons, David (16) and Joe (18). The police had been notified by the administration of David's school that students had reported hearing a "rumor" going through the school that David had informed another student that he had killed his family that morning. All four individuals had sustained numerous gashes in the head and upper body. Police subsequently found a blood-stained axe in the basement that forensic tests indicated was used to kill all four victims.[1] Immediately after the discovery, the police were concerned that David may be the victim of an abduction. A friend of David Brom informed the police that David himself had informed her that he had killed his family and testified to the discussion in the subsequent trial. She told jurors at the trial that Brom stopped her the morning of Feb. 18, 1988 as she was going to school and convinced her to skip school with him. He then detailed how he killed his parents, brother and sister. "He said he hit his dad with an axe, he kept hitting his dad and his dad kept on getting up. The girl said Brom told her he had gotten into an argument with his dad about 11:30 p.m. the previous night and that he then stayed up until about 3 a.m. She indicated Brom detailed the crime, saying he went to his parents' room, first killing his father. Then he hit his mother and went to his brother's room.Then he saw his sister standing over their mother in the upstairs hallway at which point he attacked them both.

Brom was captured on February 19, 1988 while using a pay phone near the local post office. His case was initially referred to the juvenile court system given that his age at the time of the crimes was 16, but eventually was sent to the adult judicial system based on the severity of the crime. As Brom's defense claim was insanity, mental illness was a factor in the trial and much media and legal focus was placed on Minnesota's use of the M'Naughten Rule in determining if Brom was legally insane at the time of the crime. On October 16, 1989, Brom was convicted of first degree murder and was given 3 consecutive life sentences. He is currently housed at the Minnesota Correctional Facility in Stillwater and is eligible for release in 2041

David Brom
BornOctober 3, 1971 (age 44)
Cascade Township, Minnesota, USA
Criminal penaltyLife imprisonment
Conviction(s)Multiple murders
DateFebruary 1988
Location(s)Rochester, Minnesota
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In 2013, whites led all other groups in aggravated assault, larceny-theft, arson, weapons-carrying, and vandalism. When it comes to sexual assault, whites take the forcible rape cake. They are also more likely to kill children, the elderly, family members, their significant others, and even themselves! They commit more sex-related crimes, gang related crimes, and are more likely to kill at their places of employment. In 2013, an estimated 10,076 people died in the U.S. due to drunk driving crashes. Driving while drunk is almost exclusively a white crime because everyone knows black people prefer to drink on their porches or inside their homes.

So when I hear racist throw out that tired "black on black crime" deflection they love so much I just roll my eyes [face_rolling_eyes]

"According to the US Department of Justice statistics, 84 percent of white people killed every year are killed by other whites. In 2011, there were more cases of whites killing whites than there were of blacks killing blacks. Between 1980 to 2008, a majority (53.3 percent) of gang-related murders were committed by white people, with a majority of the homicide victims being white as well.

In America, whites commit the majority of crimes. What's even more troubling is that they are also responsible for a vast majority of violent crimes. In 2013, whites led all other groups in aggravated assault, larceny-theft, arson, weapons-carrying, and vandalism. When it comes to sexual assault, whites take the forcible rape cake. They are also more likely to kill children, the elderly, family members, their significant others, and even themselves! They commit more sex-related crimes, gang related crimes, and are more likely to kill at their places of employment. In 2013, an estimated 10,076 people died in the U.S. due to drunk driving crashes. Driving while drunk is almost exclusively a white crime ."
MONSTERS: Evil Parents Jailed For      Life For Horrific Murder Of Four-                 Year-Old Daniel Pelka
There has been a public outcry since the case – which has echoes of the murders of Baby P, Victoria Climbie and, tragically, many others – first came light.

This week, the court found that the “beautiful and bright-eyed little boy” was reduced to a “broken bag of bones” after months of abuse at the hands of the sick parents.
White Women and 'Blame a Black Man' Syndrome
Bonnie Sweeten, a 40-year-old white woman, was sentenced to eight years in prison for a host of crimes including stealing money from her family and the law firm where she worked and lying about being kidnapped by two black men. Sweeten had actually taken her daughter to Disney World with her ill-gotten gains. Her criminal actions cost law-enforcement agencies thousands of dollars as a multistate search for the woman and her child ensued, even though they were just kicking it with Mickey Mouse.

Sweeten, who was clearly living in fantasy land in thinking that she could get away with robbing, stealing and lying on folks, made a conscious decision to blame two black men in order to get away with her crimes. While she is clearly off-center, her choice of whom to blame was rational because it got her the result she wanted: a great diversion while she and her daughter enjoyed Disney World without a care in the world.

The fact that a woman would potentially cause harm to others over a jaunt to Disney World speaks to how little some people value the lives of black people in this country. Worse than that, people like Sweeten know that if they blame a black man (or woman), then they have a better chance of getting away with the crime.
Amanda Knox blamed a black man when she was accused by Italian police of killing her roommate. Her false accusations left the falsely accused Diya "Patrick" Lumumba, a local business owner, ostensibly bankrupt. Remember Bethanny Storro and her acid-attack hoax, in which she threw acid in her own face and yet blamed a black woman for the crime? Storro wanted media attention and, ironically, to meet Oprah Winfrey, the most powerful black woman in the world. It was Winfrey's producers who discovered the gaping holes in Storro's story and alerted police to her lies. 
As racial hoaxes go, the lies Susan Smith told in Union, S.C., about a black man stealing her two children were not novel or new, but they shot around the world anyway as the gospel truth spoken by a grieving mother.

Now, with the news that Mrs. Smith has confessed to killing her own offspring comes a different kind of grief -- a weary, when-will-it-ever-end sadness.

"I guess she figured if she said a black man did it people would believe her no matter what kind of story she came up with," said Tyrone Mason, a 38-year-old tennis coach in Chicago. "That's what hurts. As long as it's allegedly a black man involved, America will fall for anything."

In nearly two dozen interviews from Boston to Los Angeles, on street corners in Union and Harlem and in ivory towers in Evanston, Ill., black people, especially black men, bemoaned what many said the small town saga represented beyond the murder of innocents: another assault on the souls and honor of black folk.
A four-year-old Milwaukee girl is being called a hero after her honesty foiled a home invasion robbery plot by her 17-year-old babysitter and her 16-year-old boyfriend. After her babysitter told police her employer’s home had been burglarized by two Black men, four-year-old Abby Dean chimed in set the record straight.“Wednesday was the worst day in my life,” Abby told local Fox affiliate WITI. “They told us to get out of the house ’cause they wanted to steal stuff.”After grabbing a number of items in the home, including Abby’s kitty bank, iPod, Xbox, and Wii, the babysitter told police that one of the robbers looked like the next door neighbor. Cody Oaks, Dean’s neighbor, says police handcuffed him and questioned him for hours about the robbery, until Abby jumped in to tell authorities they’d nabbed the wrong guy.“It wasn’t the right skin color,” the pint-size heroine said, noting the robbers were white, not Black. That’s when the babysitter cracked and confessed to the crime.
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Salisbury High School

50. 02/11/2014
Lyndhurst, OH
Brush High School

51. 02/12/2014
Jackson, TN
Union University

52. 02/20/2014
Raytown, MO
Raytown Success Academy

53. 03/02/2014
Westminster, MD
McDaniel College

54. 03/07/2014
Tallulah, LA
Madison High School

55. 03/08/2014
Oshkosh, WI
University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh

56. 03/21/2014
Newark, DE
University of Delaware

57. 03/30/2014
Savannah, GA
Savannah State University

58. 04/03/2014
Kent, OH
Kent State University

59. 04/11/2014
Detroit, MI
East English Village Preparatory Academy

60. 04/16/2014
Tuscaloosa, AL
Stillman College

61. 04/21/2014
Griffith, IN
St. Mary Catholic School

62. 04/21/2014
Provo, UT
Provo High School

63. 04/16/2014
Council Bluffs, IA
Iowa Western Community College

64. 05/02/2014
Milwaukee, WI
Marquette University

65. 05/03/2014
Everett, WA
Horizon Elementary School

66. 05/04/2014
Augusta, GA
Paine College

67. 05/05/2014
Augusta, GA
Paine College

68. 05/08/2014
Georgetown, KY
Georgetown College

69. 05/08/2014
Lawrenceville, GA
Georgia Gwinnett College

Below is a complete list of all 142 shootings in chronological order along with type of school (college vs. K-12), as reported by Everytown. A school shooting is defined here as any event “when a firearm was discharged inside a school building or on school or campus grounds, as documented by the press or confirmed through further inquiries with law enforcement.” Shootings with fatalities are in bold.

“We don’t have to live this way. Parents in other developed countries don’t receive text messages that say, ‘Mom, active shooter. Love you,'” said Shannon Watts, founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, in a statement through Everytown provided to MTV News.

“We have a moral imperative to do more to protect our children or we are sacrificing our children to gun laws made by the gun lobby — we must act now to stop this carnage.”
Media humanize Colorado theater shooting suspect 
A few months ago, crowds excitedly filed into movie theaters filled with anticipation for the premiere of “The Dark Knight Rises.”

Several minutes after midnight on July 20, the premiere of the film began. In Aurora, Colo., moviegoers’ viewing was cut short when James Holmes, dressed in what looked like SWAT team armor, allegedly burst into a theater and let loose rounds of ammunition into the crowd.

Every newspaper and media outlet had headlines about the costumed gunman and the violent plan he had just executed.
However, an interesting trend occurred as I read each article about the tragedy.

Holmes wasn’t described as a murderer or cold-blooded killer.

Many articles described him as a shy and hard-working student.

They elaborated on the Ph.D. research project he was involved in and had quotes from peers who were shocked by his behavior.

The LA Times had a tagline that read, “Was James E. Holmes a brilliant loner? A nice guy with circles of friends? A stubborn near-dropout? ...”

What the media is doing is humanizing the murderer that is James Holmes.

By simply saying he was unstable and going through a rough time, the media is softening the impact of his actions.

They are hoping that we’ll reach the conclusion that James Holmes is just a guy who was pursuing his Ph.D, kept to himself and just cracked under the pressure.

It’s correct to say that Holmes was not in his right mind when he set out toward the theater that night.

Yet why is Holmes being humanized and labeled as “mentally unstable” while others are branded with much harsher names and in turn end up bearing full responsibility for their actions?

Imagine if he had been a black man. What would the narrative have been?

Would they have described him as shy? More than likely the news media would have used an uglier word.

Imagine if the shooter had been a Latino. What would they have speculated upon? The question of his immigration status would have likely slipped into the narrative.

Imagine if the man had been from the Middle East.

We all know what label would be written right under the mug shot.

As an example of this different treatment, one can look at the recent Miami “cannibal” incident.

In a recent article, it was reported that Rudy Eugene was not high on bath salts, and the only drug found in his system was marijuana.

However, that hasn’t stopped the media from calling him the Highway Cannibal, despite only having chewed off a man’s face and not having ingested it.

Even after the new evidence in the case, Eugene has not had the privilege of being called “mentally unstable.”

What’s the main difference between Holmes and Eugene?

Bluntly put, Holmes is a white man while Eugene is a black man.

One can find countless other examples. Trayvon Martin was murdered, and yet the media was gleeful when trace amounts of marijuana were found in his system.

It’s shameful how the mainstream media will use rhetoric to manipulate tragedies that take place in our nation.

I want to give my deepest condolences to the injured, their families and the mourners.

The shooting reminded us of the fragility of life and how even when we think we’re safe, danger could be hiding in the shadows.

Don’t let the softened rhetoric of the mainstream media diverge attention from the man who is James Holmes.

That night he murdered innocent people and changed countless lives. Sugarcoating words won’t change the damage done.
At the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) in Huntsville, Alabama, three people were killed and three others wounded in a shooting on February 12, 2010. During the course of a routine meeting of the biology department attended by approximately 12 people, professor Amy Bishop stood up and began shooting those closest to her with a 9-millimeter handgun.

A biology professor at the university, Bishop was the sole suspect and was charged with one count of capital murder and three counts of attempted murder. On September 11, 2012, Bishop pleaded guilty to the above charges after family members of victims petitioned the judge against use of the death penalty. The jury heard a condensed version of the evidence on September 24, 2012, as required by Alabama law. On September 24, 2012, Amy Bishop was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.[1]

One of the worst crimes ever in American history, the “Manson Family” was a quasi-commune led by Charles Manson that was based in the California desert during the late 60’s to early 70’s. Manson believed that there was going to be an apocalyptic race war and that a cataclysm was needed to precipitate this war. This is what led to the family breaking into the home of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and brutally murdering her along with four other guests in her home. The following day, they then murdered another two people, Leno and Rosemary LaBianca.
The Manson Family

The McStay family was an American family found murdered in the desert near Victorville, California, on November 13, 2013. The family disappeared from their Fallbrook, California, home on February 4, 2010. The McStays' disappearance was widely reported on national news stations and on America's Most Wanted, Disappeared, Nancy Grace, and Unsolved Mysteries.On November 7, 2014, police announced they had arrested Charles "Chase" Merritt, Joseph McStay's business partner, and intended to charge him with the murders.
Columbine High School Shooting
Not Media Lies Just Facts
​White-on-White Crime: The Hidden Truth
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FBI’s Violent Crime Statistics For Every City In America
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Tribute to the Murdered Children of 2012
Kidnapped and Murdered Children

Another White Man Doing What They Do School Board Shooting Caught on Tape
97 Percent Killed By White Men And Women
“The Black Guy Did It” Excuses By White Criminals
When the University of Michigan law school and the Center on Wrongful Convictions at the School of Law at Northwestern University in Chicago collaborated to create the National Registry of Exonerations, the researchers found that Blacks accounted for nearly half (47 percent) of all known exonerees in 1989, and whites made up nearly 39 percent of all known exonerees. But when they got to the year 2012, they found that the number of exonerations involving Blacks had risen to 57 percent. Of the 1,525 exonerations currently listed on the register as of Jan. 7, 2o15, a total of 715 involved Black people. Because of America’s tragic racial history, even today many of the exonerations involve white people wrongfully accusing Black people of committing crimes — and the accusations being enough to send them to jail for much of their lives. 
480 weapons, 177 arrests
In all, police recovered 480 weapons: 151 guns, along with assorted knives, brass knuckles, batons, hammers, and the bikers' blunt objects of choice -- padlocks wrapped in bandanas.Some 177 bikers were arrested -- so many that they were taken to the Waco Convention Center and held for processing in separate rooms: one for members of the club known as the Bandidos and the other for their rivals, the Cossacks. All were jailed on $1 million bail each and charged with engaging in organized crime activity.
There's No Outrage Or Racialized Debate About
                     "White On White" Violence.
Don't White People Kill Each Other, Too?And yet we keep hearing about black-on-black crime because   it
                    fits the false media narrative.
The truth? As the largest racial group, whites commit the majority of crimes in America. In particular, whites are responsible for the vast majority of violent crimes. With respect to aggravated assault, whites led blacks 2-1 in arrests; in forcible-rape cases, whites led all racial and ethnic groups by more than 2-1. And in larceny theft, whites led blacks, again, more than 2-1.
Recent studies reveal that most school shooters are White males, with 97 percent being male and 79 percent White. Over the last three decades, 90 percent of high school or elementary school shootings were the result of White, often upper-middle class, perpetrators. These shootings are a direct reflection of White male privilege and the consequences that occur when groups like the NRA control influential conservative leaders. - See more at:
This Video Calls For Fair Treatment In How Media Covers Black Protests Vs. White Riots
The video, produced by Brave New Films, also includes soundbites from news outlets referring to black protesters as “criminals," and “thugs." .
In contrast, other clips show the media describing riots mainly composed of white Americans with words like “passionate” and “rowdy.”
The Luby's massacre was a mass killing that took place on October 16, 1991, in Killeen, Texas, United States when George Jo Hennard drove his pickup truck into a Luby's Cafeteria and shot and killed 23 people, wounded 20 
On May 23, 2014, in Isla Vista, California, Elliot Rodger killed six people and injured fourteen others near the campus of University of California, Santa Barbara, before committing suicide.
White Murderous Monsters Who Committed Horrific Crimes
If a black gang had a shootout ,In a restaurant endangering the lives of innocent civilians ,If a black gang opened fire in a crowded casino leaving three slain and at least a dozen hurt.If a black gang had a shootout with the police,that ended with nine dead and 177 arrested ,what do you think the media would do ,white gangs no matter what they do are given a pass.Boys Being Boys ,Right.
​More Than Five Months Later, No One Has Been Charged In The Deaths Of The Nine Bikers. Police And
          Prosecutors Are Silenced By A Gag Order; A Grand Jury Is Weighing Charges In The Case.
Unarmed Black Men Women And Children Are Killed Each And Everyday By Police ,Yet A Gang Of Bikers Have A Shootout With The
                                                                Police And Not One Is Shot.What Does This Tell You. 
Blame It On The Boogie AKA The Black Man
Born Killers
Killed His Family
In a population of 316,128,839, we can say that there are (approxamately at the end of 2013) there are 244,051,464 white people and 41,729,007 black people.
The FBI estimates that there were 14,196 homicides in the United States in 2013. The FBI received expanded statistics sets on 5723 of those homicides. Of the 5723 with expanded data, there were 2509 "white-on-white" homicides and 2245 black-on-black homicides.
A Really Good Kid
A Really Bright Futhure
Mitchell Johnson and Andrew Golden 

Kip Kinkel First Murdered His Parents
Thomas "T. J." LANE III
Jonesboro massacre: Two macho boys with 'a lot of killing to do'
Thurston High School shooting
Chardon High School shooting
News outlets  refer to black protesters as “criminals," and “thugs." In contrast, the media describing riots mainly composed of white Americans with words like “passionate” and “rowdy.”“Some, maybe, got a little out of control,” a news anchor reported as a college-aged white man swung a burning t-shirt in the air during a riot after University of Kentucky lost a NCAA Final Four basketball game
​Black Shooters Are Called ‘Terrorists’ And ‘Thugs.’ Why Are White Shooters Called ‘Mentally ill’?
BBC's Racism: History- A lynching in Texas in 1916
Why Are Most Mass Murderers
   Privileged White Men?
1930 Lynching
The fact that a woman would potentially cause harm to others over a jaunt to Disney World speaks to how little some people value the lives of black people in this country. Worse than that, people like Sweeten know that if they blame a black man (or woman), then they have a better chance of getting away with the crime.Sweeten, who was clearly living in fantasy land in thinking that she could get away with robbing, stealing and lying on folks, made a conscious decision to blame two black men in order to get away with her crimes. While she is clearly off-center, her choice of whom to blame was rational because it got her the result she wanted: a great diversion while she and her daughter enjoyed Disney World without a care in the world.
Nancy 5/27/09 Bonnie Sweeten
Amanda Knox murderous false accuser? Alan Dershowitz points to evidence
Susan Smith - Child Killer ( Full Crime Documentary )
4 Year-Old Superhero Foils Babysitter's Robbery Plot
Please take a moment to view video ,Why CharlesIsn't Being Called A Terrorist: White Riots vs Black Protests .
Recorded Lynching of Over 100 Black Women In The USA
Three White Men Sentenced For Lynching Black Man
Police officer fired after photo of him at KKK rally in North Carolina surfaces
Television news programs and newspapers over-represent racial minorities as crime suspects and whites as crime victims. Black and Latino suspects are also more likely than whites to be presented in a non-individualized and threatening way – unnamed and in police custody
"Many media outlets reinforce the public's racial misconceptions about crime by presenting African Americans and Latinos differently than whites — both quantitatively and qualitatively," concluded the report, "Race and Punishment: Racial Perceptions of Crime and Support for Punitive Policies."
It also said, "Racial distortions are pervasive in crime news. A study in Los Angeles found that 37% of the suspects portrayed on television news stories about crime were black, although blacks made up only 21% of those arrested in the city.
​When white students at the Keene State College Pumpkin Festival threw rocks, glass, bottles, and even skateboards at police, set multiple fires, and forced police to respond with riot gear, rubber bullets, and tear gas, they were never declared "thugs." When white people riot because their baseball team won, no one throws around the word "thugs." But when black people respond to physical violence with protests against inanimate objects, that word is all you hear.
Not another ,Black killing .
According to 24/7 Wall St., "White nationalist or white supremacist groups, including the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazis, racist skinheads, and neo-Confederates are by far the most common hate groups in the United States. And African Americans are by far the most victimized group of people by hate-group activity and other, less extreme forms of discrimination."
 FBI Crime Stats Show US Violent Crime and Murders Dropped 50% in 20 Years
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Adam Lanza Another Murderous White Kid,Doing What White Do Killing 
​Things like racism are institutionalized. You might not know any bigots. You feel like “well I don’t hate black people so I’m not a racist,” but you benefit from racism. Just by the merit, the color of your skin. The opportunities that you have, you’re privileged in ways that you might not even realize because you haven’t been deprived of certain things. We need to talk about these things in order for them to change
America's top cop-killing domestic terror threat is far-right "sovereign citizens" and militias
A 2014 survey of 175 US law enforcement agencies found that they ranked "sovereign citizens" as the top domestic terror threat, and with good reason: members of the heavily armed, white-supremacist-adjacent movement regularly kill cops during routine traffic stops and other interactions.

But Donald Trump's DHS will refocus its "countering violent extremism" (CVE) program to focus exclusively on radical Islam.

The sovereign citizen movement is part of a constellation of far-right groups that includes overt white-supremacists, militias, and other groups of "middle-aged white guys" who see "profound change and seeing that they have been left behind by the economic success of others and they want to return to a never-existent idyllic age when everyone was happy and everyone was white and everyone was self-sufficient."

The movement has been around for a long time, but it was supercharged by the waves of foreclosures as deregulated, bailed-out banks stole trillions of dollars' worth of Americans' homes in acts of overt fraud, and got away with it.

The movement is getting younger, and takes its cues from Alex Jones, a snake-oil peddler who uses conspiracy theories to sell millions' of dollars worth of nostrums like Infowars Life Silver Bullet Colloidal Silver, Infowars Life Brain Force Plus, Infowars Life Super Male Vitality, and Infowars Life Liver Shield.

In 2009, a man with white supremacist and anti-government views shot five police officers in Pittsburgh, three fatally.

In 2012, self-described sovereign citizens shot four sheriff’s deputies, two fatally, in St John the Baptist, a Louisiana parish.

In 2014, two Las Vegas police officers eating lunch were killed by a husband-and-wife pair inspired by the Patriot movement; the couple were killed by police before following through on their plan to take over a courthouse to execute public officials.

The same year, survivalist Eric Frein ambushed a Pennsylvania state police barracks, assassinating one state trooper and wounding another, then led law enforcement on a 48-day manhunt.

In 2016, a marine veteran-turned-sovereign citizen killed three law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge and wounded three others.
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This week a 28-year-old white supremacist traveled to New York for the express purpose of killing a black man. Any black man.

Within hours, Timothy Caughman, a black man from Queens, stumbled to a midtown police station bleeding. He had been stabbed, ultimately fatally, with a 26-inch sword. "What are you doing?" Caughman had asked his assailant.
Sherrilyn Ifill

James Harris Jackson gave police officers his answer: He hates black men and has since his youth. His plan was to kill more people than Caughman. He considered taking an officer's' gun and shooting more black men.

The tragic killing of Timothy Caughman is a heinous hate crime. It is also an act of domestic terrorism. And it matters that we begin to name white supremacist murders in this way.

His crime bears eerie similarity to that of Dylann Roof, who committed mass murder in Emanuel AME Church in April 2015. Like Roof, Jackson chose the location for his alleged crime to heighten the public significance of his act. New York, Jackson told police, was ideal because it is the "media capital" of the country. Roof, who lived in North Carolina, chose Emanuel Baptist in Charleston, South Carolina, after he learned about the historic significance of the church. Jackson claims to have left a manifesto, like Roof, on his computer, which he says will "explain" his actions.

Crimes like these certainly seem to be acts of terrorism, but our federal terrorism law doesn't account for prosecution of true homegrown terrorism, that which comes from Americans, against Americans, and without foreign influence.
Of course, Dylann Roof was convicted of murder and is the first federal hate crime defendant sentenced to death in federal court, although many family members of his victims opposed the death penalty. And James Jackson has been charged with second-degree murder in New York and faces decades in prison. The District Attorney's Office has indicated it is considering classifying Jackson's alleged acts as terrorism under state law, which would make him eligible to be charged with first-degree murder, carrying the possibility of life in prison.

The new white is the same old story
The terrorism designation is significant, not only because of the possible sentence. Even if he is convicted of second-degree murder, Jackson will be imprisoned for a very long time. The designation is significant because it properly recognizes the way in which African-American and other minority communities can be victims of white supremacist terrorism within the United States.
This failure to establish a federal penalty for domestic terrorism has historical roots as well.

Lynching -- the indiscriminate killing of (mostly) black people in the American South during the late 19th and 20th centuries by hanging, burning, dragging, drowning and shooting -- unleashed a wave of terror in African-American communities. The randomness and brutality of the violence was central to the way in which it spread terror. Black victims were lynched for any reason at all: failing to tip one's hat, insisting on repayment of a debt, false charges of rape or murder, and even being too prosperous.
The public nature of the crime was also deliberate. Lynchings were "message" crimes, designed not just to harm the individual but also to let all African-Americans in the community that they were not full citizens. Thus lynching, as with all forms of terrorism, differs from other violent crimes in that it is designed to intimidate particular groups and to use fear to make citizens complicit in limiting their own freedoms.

Throughout the first half of the 20th century, civil rights activists fought to pass a federal anti-lynching law. Those efforts were unsuccessful, a shameful history for which the United States Senate apologized in 2006. State law enforcement and prosecutors almost never arrested or prosecuted lynchers -- certainly not for murder -- and thus the impunity with which perpetrators could commit these crimes became part of the terror as well.

Understanding the ideological forces that promote violent extremism is essential to developing strategies to prevent future killers from carrying out their plans. In addition, properly designating white supremacist acts of terror could provide the proper law enforcement lens from which to investigate these cases.

Most of all, designating these crimes as terrorism sends a message to vulnerable communities that their fears are understood, and that violent white supremacy is recognized as a threat to American security as well as to individual victims.

​This week a 28-year-old white supremacist traveled to New York for the express purpose of killing a black man. Any black man.

We can almost pinpoint the exact moment on Wednesday when Fox News mostly lost interest in the tragic breaking news out of Des Moines, IA, about two police officers who were killed in separate ambush attacks.

Previously, news of ambush attacks on law enforcement was often treated as a top priority at Fox News, which typically shifted into overdrive in not only devoting time and attention to the senseless killings, but also to instantly assigning political blame, with President Obama often starring as the main villain.

Recall that in July, there were two high-profile attacks on law enforcement: one in Dallas, TX, where five officers were killed when a gunman opened fired on a peaceful protest, and one in Baton Rouge, LA, where three officers were killed.

In both instances, the gunmen were black, and in both instances, Fox News worked overtime assigning partisan blame.

At the time, Fox's Tucker Carlson immediately, and falsely, claimed Obama had routinely labeled police “racist” (he never did) and said that the president had created “an environment where something like this is absolutely inevitable.” The rest of the right-wing media piled on as well: Someone must have radicalized the gunmen, the line of thinking went, and that someone was Obama.

The exact same finger-pointing pattern of relentless politicization played out 10 days later in Louisiana. Following the ambush, “conservative media immediately blamed President Obama, claiming that he has added ‘fuel to the flame of racism,’” Media Matters reported.

And when not casting collective blame on Obama, Fox talkers and other right-wing media commentators targeted Black Lives Matter activists for supposedly cultivating ambush shootings -- shootings that had been denounced by Black Lives Matter leaders.

That’s the background. Now back to the deadly news from Iowa on Wednesday. Fox News appeared to lose interest in the story the moment that law enforcement announced that Scott Michael Greene had been arrested and charged with the deaths of the policemen. Fox News' enthusiasm for the breaking news seems to have flagged not only because Greene is a white man who lives in a house with a Trump-Pence sign out front, but also because the gunman is a racist whose behavior had previously gotten him in trouble with the law.

Just weeks before the killings, Greene was removed by officers from a local high school football game after he started waving around a confederate flag in front of a group of African-American fans.

Following the confrontation, Greene posted a YouTube video depicting the altercation, including his run-in with local police officers who demanded that he leave the game. In a comment below his video, Green wrote that he “was offended by the blacks sitting through our anthem. Thousands more whites fought and died for their freedom.”

Note that social justice activists who have recently begun sitting or kneeling through the national anthem have become the target of withering criticism from Fox News hosts and guests. (Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has also attacked activists for their national anthem protests.)

Two years earlier, Greene was also arrested after he allegedly threatened to a kill a man and called him the N-word in the parking lot of a local apartment complex.

So yes, Fox News quickly lost interest in the cop-killing story and covered it only in passing.

Hosting Special Report, Bret Baier gave the ambush story a few sentences on Wednesday night. He provided a skeletal outline and reported that the gunman had “a history of confrontation with police and others.” But Baier didn’t show Greene’s picture, identify him as white, or report on his racist past.  

As for the channel’s prime-time lineup of hosts who previously devoted hours and hours to covering ambush police attacks, denouncing the Black Lives Matter movement as a terrorist organization, and blaming Obama for supporting anti-police rhetoric? Those Fox hosts on Wednesday didn’t care about the Iowa ambush story.

The killings actually join the list of other high-profile police attacks that Fox News has had to look away from, for political reasons.

The Associated Press reported that on June 8, 2014, a "man and a woman ambushed two police officers eating lunch at a Las Vegas restaurant, fatally shooting them at point-blank range before fleeing to a nearby Wal-Mart where they killed a third person and then themselves in an apparent suicide pact.” Two months earlier, the killers had traveled to Cliven Bundy's Nevada ranch to join the militia protests against the federal government.

Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity both ignored the cop-killer story the night after it happened; Megyn Kelly devoted four sentences to the ambush attack. 

Back on September 16, 2014, "survivalist" Eric Frein shot two Pennsylvania state troopers outside their barracks and then disappeared into the Pocono Mountains for weeks. The shooter had a "long-standing grudge against law enforcement and government in general," according to one law enforcement official. And one friend told CNN that the gunman “was obviously a big critic of the federal government."

Again, Fox feigned interest. As Media Matters noted at the time, “In general, Fox has provided almost no commentary, no context, and certainly no collective blame for the [trooper] execution.”

Let’s state the obvious: If a black activist had ambushed and killed two police officers this week, and if it was reported that the gunman had a Hillary-Kaine sign outside his house, Fox News would have to add more hours to the day to fit in all the guttural outrage.

White Racist Kills Two Cops In Iowa Ambush And Fox News Goes Quiet
Two men arrested in shooting of Black Lives Matter protesters in Minneapolis
MINNEAPOLIS — Simmering racial tensions boiled over yet again Monday night when several men shot five people who had been protesting the recent police killing of an African American man in Minneapolis. Police on Tuesday afternoon said they had arrested two suspects and were seeking others.

On Monday night, five people suffered non-life-threatening gunshot injuries when at least one person opened fire on a crowd outside the Minneapolis Police Department’s 4th Precinct building, authorities said. Afterward, police said they were searching for “3 white male suspects” who fled the scene.

By Tuesday afternoon, police said they had arrested a 32-year-old Hispanic man in South Minneapolis and a 23-year-old white man in nearby Bloomington. The suspects were not identified and no other details were released.

In the ongoing standoff at the Fourth Precinct police station over Jamar Clark's killing, various radicals have emerged to complicate and agitate police against protesters, protesters against police. 

Thursday night, two guys wearing camo with their faces covered arrived at the precinct to film. They went up to a livestreamer with Unicorn Riot and stated they were curious about how the protest was going. 

"I don't know if this is what [protesters] were planning, just standing here," one of the white supremacists said. "It's almost as if they expect one of us to do something. They expect one of us to be in the wreckage of all this. It's boiling. It's going to be happening soon."

UPDATE: Something did happen Monday night, though it's still to be determined if the men in this threatening video are connected to the events. Five Black Lives Matter protesters were shot by a group of white men who had appeared at the Fourth Precinct, and refused to remove their masks. After the shooting, the white men fled in an SUV. The five victims were treated for non-life-threatening injuries, and no suspects have been arrested. 

When pressed about what "justice for Jamar Clark" means to them, the other supremacist answered, "All the folks here should get the justice and peace that they deserve. What we need to do is reach out to our communities, especially our melanin-enriched communities," he said, laughing.

Later, Black Lives Matter discovered a video that the two men filmed en route to the Fourth Precinct from Uptown. It shows one brandishing a gun. "We're gonna go see what these fucking dindus are up to," he said. "We're going to knock this shit out ... a little reverse-cultural enriching. Let the fire rise."

Posted by Black Lives Matter Minneapolis on Friday, November 20, 2015
Thankfully, that bravado didn't translate into action once they got to the protest. The guys and other cyber anons have been posting on their own thread that they might return Friday night in larger numbers, however, packing to agitate what they've termed the "chimpout."

Police spokesman Scott Seroka says that MPD is aware of the threat to protesters. 

"The Minneapolis Police Department has received information that a group may attempt to cause a disturbance this evening in front of the Police Department’s 4th Precinct," he wrote in a statement. "We are asking gathered demonstrators to be vigilant and report any actions that may seem out of the ordinary. If anyone notices something suspicious, please contact a nearby officer or call 9-1-1. A physical description, clothing description, and/or vehicle description is helpful. Also, please report any ‘out of the ordinary’ actions you have observed."

Earlier this week, some protesters were also criticized for fueling tensions by throwing bricks and Molotov cocktails, spraying mace, and challenging cops to shoot at them. Black Lives Matter organizers worked to de-escalate potential violence by linking arms and using their bodies to cordon off upset protesters from police. 

"We understand the frustration of community members who may take actions not sanctioned by our group; this is a time of grief and rage and we remain committed to nonviolent direct action," BLM said in a statement. "As has always been the case, our members remained committed to peaceful protest even in the face of growing escalation."

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Meet Tennessee's neo-Nazi white supremacists
Video Catches Cop Planting Drugs, Assaulting Unarmed Black Man
When Mark Galin of Rogersville, Tennessee, heard some loud noises coming from the apartment next door on June 9, he feared domestic abuse and called police.

It turns out that the couple in question wasn’t quarreling — they were having sex.
Later that night, 57-year-old Galin again called police to complain. This time, police determined that Galin’s neighbors, Johnny Allen Richards, 33, and Erin Brooke Lawson, 32, had indeed been fighting, according to The Smoking Gun.
The couple reacted to Galin’s calls with violence, and police responded to the house a third time to arrest them on assault charges, according to the Associated Press.
Lawson is accused of hitting Galin with a rake hard enough to break the handle and then stabbing him in the arm with the broken rake.
The couple reacted to Galin’s calls with violence, and police responded to the house a third time to arrest them on assault charges, according to the Associated Press.
Lawson is accused of hitting Galin with a rake hard enough to break the handle and then stabbing him in the arm with the broken rake.
Cpl. Kenneth Ferguson of the Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office told the Rogersville Review that there was “blood on the end of the rake handle that was recovered at the scene.”
Galin told police that Richards also hit him with a 2-by-2 stick. Earlier that night, Lawson had allegedly used the weapon to hit Richards, the Kingsport Times-News reports.
Richards and Lawson were taken to the Hawkins County Jail and each charged with one count of aggravated assault. Lawson also received an additional assault charge related to hitting Richards with the 2x2 stick, according to the New York Daily News.
Police said Lawson was drunk at booking and hit her forehead when she fell.
Both suspects remain behind bars.
Richards has been arrested 45 times since 2001 on charges including burglary, theft, domestic assault, drug possession and public intoxication, according to the Associated Press. Lawson has been arrested 31 times on charges including drug trafficking, theft, domestic assault, stalking, and public intoxication.
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It's hard to think of anything that was uglier in post-slavery America than lynching. From 1882 to 1964, the archives at Tuskegee University documented that at least 3,445 African Americans were brutally lynched in the United States. While these lynchings are most commonly remembered as hangings from trees, the lynchings in this statistic include men, women, and children who were shot, burned, and beaten to death in every tortuous way imaginable. At its core, to be lynched is not a method of killing, but it is to be murdered without due process.
What is often overlooked is that police, during the height of lynching, were complicit in most lynchings. In the book Lynching in the New South: Georgia and Virginia, 1880-1930, it was determined that 64 percent of lynching victims in the early 20th century were actually seized from
While historical lynchings and modern-day murders at the hands of police have some differences, many of the legal, physical, and emotional parallels are frightening. 

While Historical Lynchings And Modern-Day Murders At The Hands Of Police Have Some Differences, Many Of The Legal, Physical, And Emotional Parallels Are Frightening. What Follows Below The Fold Are Seven Troubling Similarities Between The Two.

The actual process of lynching was morbid and incredibly violent. Lynching does not necessarily mean hanging. It often included humiliation, torture, burning, dismemberment and castration. Victims were beaten and whipped, many times in front of large crowds that sometimes numbered in the thousands. Coal tar was frequently used to douse the unfortunate victim prior to setting him afire.
Onlookers sometimes fired rifles and handguns hundreds of times into the corpse while people cheered and children played during the festivities. Pieces of the corpse were taken by onlookers as souvenirs of the event . Such was the case when James Irwin was lynched on January 31, 1930. Irwin was accused of the murder of a white girl in the town of Ocilla, Georgia. Taken into custody by a rampaging mob, his fingers and toes were cut off, his teeth pulled out by pliers and finally he was castrated. It still wasn't enough. Irwin was then burned alive in front of hundreds of onlookers (Brundage, p. 42). No one was ever punished for this barbaric killing. Black victims were hacked to death, dragged behind cars, burned, beaten, whipped, sometimes shot thousands of times, mutilated; the savagery was astonishing.
1. The universal agreement is that the number of lynchings and police murders have both been seriously under reported.
2. The excuses given to justify lynchings and police killings are tragically bad.
3. The lynchings and police killings of African Americans are outrageously brutal and excessive.
choked to death.
4. Few instances in history exist where people are held truly liable for lynchings or police killings.
5. The character of the men and women who were lynched by mobs or killed by police is assassinated as a sick form of justification for the killing.

What Follows Below The Fold Are Five Troubling Similarities Between The Two.

Another Murder-est White Man, Another Senseless Murder

While the racist psychopath in the White House has been whipping up hysteria about bomb-wielding jihadists from the Middle East, a far more dangerous terrorist threat has been growing like a cancer right here at home. That is the growth and proliferation of white supremacist groups.

The fact is that, since 11 September 2001, over twice as many Americans have been killed by domestic terrorists than by those from Muslim countries – and yet, nobody seems to be talking about that very much. Domestic terrorists also tend to keep a low profile.

According to a ten-year-old report from the FBI, these home-grown, white Christian terrorists have been infiltrating local law enforcement agencies, where it has been easy for them to hide in plain sight. Why is it that this report is only now coming to light? And why hasn’t the FBI and the Department of Justice been more forthcoming about this ticking time bomb right here in our midst?

There are numerous reasons, not the least of which is political pressure. When the report was first released just prior to the rise of the “Tea Party” movement, the report’s conclusion caused outrage among conservatives because of its suggestion that disaffected military veterans be the most likely to be recruited by white supremacist groups:

“Right-wing extremists will attempt to recruit and radicalize returning veterans in order to exploit their skills and knowledge derived from military training and combat.”

Drawing fire from critics about the document’s conclusion, Janet Napolitano, then Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, ordered the report to be withdrawn, She claimed that “an employee sent it out without authorization” and assured Congress that it would be “replaced or redone in a much more useful and much more precise fashion.” After that, Napolitano issued a formal apology to veterans’ groups.

The FBI unit responsible for investigating domestic terrorism was stripped down and the lead investigator reassigned. Since then, the FBI has been short on personnel and resources for such investigations.

Another concern addressed in that report – which is back on the radar in the wake of numerous racist incidents involving local police across the country – is that white supremacists have been “infiltrating law enforcement communities or recruiting law enforcement personnel.” Many of them are what is referred to as “ghost skins,” meaning they “avoid overt displays of their beliefs to blend into society and covertly advance white supremacist causes.”

Since then, the problem has grown, according to Daryl Johnson, who worked on the original report. He says that organizations such as the “Oath Keepers” and Peace Officers Associations are still busy with their attempts to recruit white racists into local law enforcement organizations. “That’s the biggest issue and it’s greater now than it’s ever been,” says Johnson.

Today, the DHS is not even paying attention to domestic terrorists and white supremacist groups, despite the fact that they represent a far more serious threat – and local police and sheriffs are doing virtually nothing to eliminate potential “race warriors” from their ranks. Johnson points out that “There’s not even any training now to make state and local police aware of these groups and how they could infiltrate their ranks.”

Right now, the FBI is the only law enforcement agency doing anything to track these organizations and individuals – and they have been severely hamstrung by a corrupt government that is entirely focused on controlling the citizenry by keeping them afraid of foreign terrorists.

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We like to think of the racial violence of America’s recent past as an aberration, that it cropped up during an especially hostile moment in history and went away suddenly. A closer look at the reality of racial violence — lynching in particular — suggests, however, that America’s predilection for the slaughter of black men is alive and well and, perhaps, at work in our nation’s police departments.

A brief history of lynching

Historians and scholars’ best estimate is that two to three blacks were lynched each week in the American South during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Nationwide, the figure totalled nearly 5,000. Lynchings were, for a time, were so common and so much a part of American culture that they spurred a style of postcard, images of lifeless, mutilated, dangling, sometimes burned black bodies to be sent around the country and enjoyed the way one might share a meme today on Instagram.

One especially gruesome postcard recovered from the time depicts the 1916 lynching of 17-year-old Jesse Washington near Waco, Texas. “This is the Barbecue we had last night my picture is to the left with a cross over it your son Joe,” the back of of the card reads.

It’s essential to note, however, that what we remember as the period of white supremacist lynching in the United States represents a peak, not a finite trend that began and ended. There were no laws that permitted the slaughter of thousands of blacks and no special laws enacted to end it.

In fact, anti-lynching activist and journalist Ida B. Wells-Barnett describing lynching passionately through much of her career as an “unwritten law.” In a January 1900 speech to a Chicago audience, Wells-Barnett said of lynching,

“It is not the creature of an hour, the sudden outburst of uncontrolled fury, or the unspeakable brutality of an insane mob. It represents the cool, calculating deliberation of intelligent people who openly avow that there is an ‘unwritten law’ that justifies them in putting human beings to death without complaint under oath, without trial by jury, without the opportunity to make a defense, and without right of appeal.”

Such a description begs obvious comparisons to the current state of American racial violence, particularly the extrajudicial killings of black men by police officers who act as judge, jury, and executioner in response to the assumed criminality of black people.

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Police killings of black people: a continuation of lynching culture

Again, it’s estimated that two or three blacks were lynched each week in the American South during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Compare that to conservative reports from the FBI that, in the seven years between 2005 and 2012, a white officer used deadly force against a black person almost two times every week. A deeper analysis by the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement found that, in just 2012, police killed more than 313 black people — one every 28 hours. MXGM also found that 44% of those killed were unarmed and 43% were not in the process of-of committing a crime but stopped by police for “suspicious activity.”

Aside from similar frequency, historical lynchings and extrajudicial police killings of black men have something else in common: the terror they inflict on the black community.

One man describes his near lynching

Angela D. Sims, a professor of ethics and black church studies, recently documented oral histories of lynchings in a collection currently housed at the housed at the Baylor University Institute for Oral History. One man, Willie Matthew Thomas, told Sims a harrowing tale of his close call with a lynch mob at 11 years old.

Thomas said that, as a boy, his uncle would often give him rides home in an old truck. One night, after waiting a while for his uncle, he said he heard the sound of dogs barking in the distance.

“The fellow[s]—course it’s getting dark—they had one of these lanterns and they come up out there. I asked then, ‘What’s going on?’ There big ole dogs. They must be going to hunt possums,” said Thomas. “They come on up—I didn’t see no shotguns or nothing. Cause you don’t need a shotgun if you’re hunting possums—dogs catch a possum. But they had them big old sickles, what you cut down bushes and grass.”
It’s only then that the boy realized what they were hunting.

Thomas says he was harassed by the men for a while, that they sicced dogs on him that refused to bite, before finally fitting him with a noose and picking out a tree from which to hang him.

“They’re pushing me right on across the road,” he said. “I remembered in the Bible, it speak about how they treated Jesus and it said they led him away to be crucified. They led me away to be crucified—to be hung.”

But, “all of a sudden,” Thomas says a car came up the road and a man jumped out and ran toward him. It wasn’t his uncle but a white man who knew his family and pleaded Thomas’ case to his would-be killers. The men eventually relented when the boy’s uncle also arrived but that wasn’t the end of the ordeal. After receiving a threat that the men would return to finish what they’d started, Thomas’ father placed him in a large wooden box that he hid in a straw field, where Thomas remained until the next day.

“My daddy, well, he was watching over, you know, everything. Shoot, yeah, I just cried all night,” Thomas told researchers in 2009 at the age of 90.

The psychological impact of lynching and police killings
The specter of lynching haunted black Americans for generations, as the threat of police killings looms over black communities today. In fact, in the weeks since the killing of Mike Brown, John Crawford, Eric Garner and Ezell Ford, black terror is only being reinforced. Black parents are being increasingly forced to hide their children in proverbial boxes, lest they be killed.

News outlets Gawker, MSNBC, TIME, CNN, CBS and countless others have all run stories examining what black parents are telling their children about dealing with the police to avoid death. One Los Angeles Police Department officer even wrote an editorial in the Washington Post with the threatening headline, “I’m a cop. If you don’t want to get hurt, don’t challenge me.”

“My black son — I have always taught him to treat the police the same way he would a Klansman, because in parts of the South where he grew up, they were often the same,” One mother told Gawker. “He is taught to interact with them as little as possible. Get stopped for a traffic violation: Use your Sunday school manners. Keep your hands where they can be seen, and above all else, do not argue.”

This is the undeniable psychological impact of pervasive, state-tolerated, extrajudicial black execution in America. It’s goal is to control, to maintain a feeling of control and to inflict terror in millions of black Americans. It’s a theory laid out comprehensively in Social Threat and Social Control, a collection of scholarly works on the topic, edited by sociologist Allen E. Liska:

“…Southern white society required measures to ‘control’ the black population — measures which could be as effective as slavery had been. ‘Jim Crow’ legislation, disenfranchisement, judicial discrimination, debt peonage, and violent intimidation were included in the repertory of social control techniques implemented by white Southerners. It is within this context that lynching can be viewed as an instrument of social control over a ‘threatening’ Southern black population.”

Author Richard Wright wrote in his autobiography Black Boy that, growing up in Mississippi, he knew of two men who were lynched. One was his step-uncle and the other the brother of a neighborhood friend. Wright wrote of their killings, “The things that influenced my conduct as a Negro did not have to happen to me directly; I needed but to hear of them to feel their full effects in the deepest layers of my consciousness. Indeed, the white brutality that I had not seen was a more effective control of my behavior than that which I knew.”

Sadly, more than 100 years after Wright was born, white brutality and its threat — particularly in the form of omnipresent police officers- still strikes fear in the heart of many black Americans.

Michael Brown’s dead body was left in a Ferguson, Mo. street for at least four hours. With all that we know about the country’s history of racial violence as a tool of social control, it’s difficult to watch Brown’s neighbors describe the blood drain slowly from his lifeless body, his brains splattered on the concrete for everyone to see, and not reminded of the “strange fruit” that hanged from poplar trees just a few generations ago.

The specter of lynching haunted black Americans for generations, as the threat of police killings looms over black communities today.

The lynchings and police killings of African Americans are outrageously brutal and excessive.

Police Killings Of Black People: A Continuation Of Lynching Culture
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The children of the despised and rejected are menaced from the moment they stir in the womb...” — James Baldwin

In our schools, playgrounds and pools, America has a problem with Black children. And it is costing them their lives.

Last November, Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old boy in Cleveland, was gunned down by a police officer responding to a 9-1-1 call reporting “a guy” in the park with a “probably fake gun.”

Just one and a half seconds after arriving and without warning over his vehicle’s megaphone, police officer Timothy Loehmann shot and killed Tamir. That the gun, a plastic air-soft gun, was probably fake was never communicated to the police. That he was a child was never articulated to or by Loehmann. That he was Black was.

As Rice lay dying, his 14-year-old sister rushed to be by her brother. She was tackled to the ground, handcuffed and placed in the back of the police vehicle.

Last Saturday, Kalief Browder, a 22-year-old Black man from New York City, died by way of suicide. At 16, Browder was sent to Rikers Island — New York City’s most infamous jail complex — a facility that holds up to 15,000 people, many unable to make bail, as they await trial.

Browder was sent to Rikers for allegedly stealing a backpack, an allegation for which he never stood trial. Instead, he spent three years in jail. Almost two of the years were spent in solitary confinement. Allegedly, he was frequently subjected to psychological and physical abuse at the hands of inmates and guards. Browder refused plea deals on the basis of his innocence.

Three years into his terrifying ordeal and amidst increased media scrutiny, the charges were dropped. Once released, Browder had great difficulty recovering from the trauma of his imprisonment, frequently recreating the conditions of his incarceration at home. On June 6, he hung himself out of the back window of his mother’s home.

Just one day earlier in McKinney, Texas, Dajerria Becton, a 15-year-old, bikini-clad guest at a pool party, was violently thrown to the ground and pinned down by Officer Eric Casebolt. When other teenagers approached their friend, Casebolt unholstered his gun and turned in their direction. Casebolt was responding to a call about an incident at the pool. Upon arriving, the video evidence, filmed by a white teenager, indicates that Casebolt only addressed the Black teenagers, even allowing what appeared to be a white civilian to assist in his detainment of the teens.

These seemingly unrelated stories are inextricably linked through the span of American history in the ways in which the bodies of Black children have been exploited, dehumanized and policed through the centuries. This manifests in a justice system, which is supposed to protect the rights and vulnerabilities of children, that is 18 times more likely to sentence a Black child as an adult. It also manifests in a public that accepts institutionalized racism in our formal institutions and reinforces it through the litany of inequalities inherent American society.

A 2014 study, published in The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, found that Black boys are widely dehumanized, perceived as older and more likely to face “police violence if accused of a crime.” The researchers argue that dehumanization is the denial of full “humanness” and the subsequent denial of human protections. Historians of genocide assert that dehumanization is a necessary preconditioned for “culturally... or state-sanctioned violence” against against any racialized or Othered group.

The dehumanization of Black children has been a pervasive, yet underexplored theme in American history. Throughout the slave period, Black children were regularly separated from their parents and sold to other plantations — both their childhood and humanity were denied in the face of a racial capitalism that valued only their value as a commodity and source of labor. Their productivity on the fields was often held to the exhausting and inhumane standards of Black adults, themselves cruelly and savagely exploited for every ounce of labor their bodies could produce. Under these conditions, questions of justice and punishment were usually settled outside of the court system, by slave-masters, willing to be cruel in their designs but always with a mind to protect their financial investment.

The end of the slave period saw the end of the slave-master as police. Two institutions, one social, another state sanctioned filled the void for violence: lynching and the judicial system. Between 1882 and 1927, at least 3,500 Blacks were lynched in the United States. As the renowned historian, Manning Marable wrote in his landmark book, How Capitalism Underdeveloped Black America, lynching was not limited to Blacks, but statistics do indicate that between 1918 and 1927, 92 percent of all victims were Black.

Women and children were not shielded from such acts of popular violence. When a murdered Black sharecropper’s pregnant wife intended to press charges against her husband’s killers, an angry mob accosted her, hanged her from a tree, lit her on fire, and with a knife “ripped open the abdomen in a crude Caesarian operation. Out tumbled the prematurely born child. Two feeble cries it gave — and received for answer the heel of a stalwart man, as life was ground out of the tiny form.” In this instance, both a woman and child were subject to vicious injustice of a lynch mob. Not even a newborn child was safe or innocent in the eyes of the murderous crowd.

By the 1940s, such forms of anti-Black violence began to submerge as anti-lynching campaigns, demographic shifts, and popular opinion made such forms of mob injustice less practical. Still, lynching never completely vanished. The most notable exception was the savage murder of Emmett Till, a 14-year-old killed in 1955 Mississippi for reportedly whistling at a white woman.

As lynching waned “racists began to rely on the state apparatus to carry out the battle for White Supremacy.” And still, Black children were not shielded from institutionalized racist violence. Take for example that the youngest legally executed American, George Stinney Jr., was a 14-year-old Black boy. Stinney was accused of the murder of two white children in South Carolina. His three-hour trial, held without witnesses or physical evidence, led to his conviction for murder, largely based on a coerced confession.

In 2014, Stinney’s conviction was overturned. That Stinney was tried as an adult and executed at the hands of the legal system was unprecedented. Unfortunately, Stinney’s case would not be an anomaly, but serves as an indication of how deep-rooted racial inequality toward children in the judicial system exists.

Decades later, the racial disparities in the criminal justice system remain stark. A 2005 report by the criminal justice think-tank The Sentencing Project, found that Black defendants are afforded less legal assistance and considerably harsher sentences than “comparably situated” white defendants. Furthermore, Black defendants are more likely to be sentenced to death than white defendants for similar offenses, and the severity of their punishment is often increased if the victim is perceived to be white.

A 2014 report published by Columbia University indicates that these disparities around punishment exist not just in the criminal justice system, but also in our schools. By examining data from New York City and Boston public schools, the researchers found, for example, that Black girls “are subject to discipline that is harsher and more frequent than that of their white peers, and are six times more likely to be suspended than white girls.” They also uncovered that “reported misconduct by Black girls at school prompts a seemingly disproportionate — and often violent — response by school and local authorities.”

The general criminalization of Black children, extends beyond the courtroom and the reaches of the lynchmob, but into the minds of many Americans. In our nation’s classrooms, where children spend most of their time, teachers subjectively interpret misbehavior based on racial stereotypes and are more likely to “label Black students as troublemakers.” Based on these stereotypes, Black students are more likely to be disciplined harshly by teachers and administrators. These stereotypes endanger Black children in many settings, be it the classroom where they encounter harsh discipline, the judicial system where they are cruelly and unusually sentenced, as they play with toy guns in public parks, or as they attend suburban pool parties where they are aggressively mistreated by officers of the law and civilians alike.

That institutional racism exists is not to be denied. That it informs our perceptions of justice is borne out by the data. That it permeates the very social fabric of America is manifest in our attitudes. These problems are to be considered and addressed with the utmost seriousness. There are many costs for these great injustices, not the least being the lives of children.

When Dajerria lay, face first in the grass, with a police officer’s knee in her back, we witnessed the denial of her childhood. Perhaps Kalief Browder’s words belong here: “I lost my childhood, I lost my happiness.”

More black people were killed by US police in 2015 than were lynched in the worst year of Jim Crow
After the disturbing deaths 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.
On an average, 39 black people were lynched per year under Jim Crow. In 1892, the worst year, 161 black Americans were lynched.
More than a century later, the numbers have hardly improved. In 2015, 258 black people were killed by US police, representing over 26% of deaths.
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