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Mourning Family Wants Teen's Murderer Arrested

 

 

Date: Tuesday, March 13, 2012
By: Glenn Minnis, BlackAmericaWeb.com

 

 

 

The grief-stricken family of a 17-year-old unarmed Florida teen shot to death near his gated community home by a self-appointed, pistol packing neighborhood watch captain is loudly questioning why the gunmen remains free to roam the streets nearly a month after his unprovoked attack.

 

Trayvon Martin died just steps away from his father's home after walking to a nearby convenience store to buy candy and juice for his younger brother. Confessed gunmen George Zimmerman, 28, called police moments before the deadly encounter to report citing a "suspicious person" near the Twin Lakes Townhouses and was immediately instructed by authorities to stop following the youth, an order he blatantly chose to ignore.

 

"For some reason, he felt that Trayvon, the way that he was walking or appeared, seemed suspicious to him," said Sanford Police Chief Bill Lee. "He called this in and was told a police officer was on the way. At some point, Trayvon noticed that he was being followed and asked, 'What's your problem?'"

 

"The bottom line is he had a gun, and Trayvon had a bag of Skittles," said lead family attorney Benjamin Crump, adding that the family has reached out to the Rev. Al Sharpton in hopes he will somehow aid them in their desperate quest for answers. "The family simply wants justice,” he said.

 

Armed with a 9mm handgun, Zimmerman tailed Martin by car for several blocks before jumping out of his vehicle on the evening of Sunday, Feb. 26, and confronting the high school junior face to face. Within moments, Martin, whose father has long lived in the area, lay bleeding to death from a gunshot blast to the chest. When police finally arrived, they found Zimmerman still standing over the youth's lifeless body, a gun visibly tucked in his waistband.

 

"What happened between him being confronted, up to the point where he got shot, nobody knows but him and that guy," Tracy Martin, the boy's father, told local reporters. "I want answers, but I don't have any to give — not for his mother, his brothers or sisters. We don't have nothing, but we want answers."

 

"As a mother, my heart is broken. My heart hurts ... I don’t understand," said a teary-eyed Sabrina Martin, Trayvon's mother. "He was just a baby."

 

According to Crump, Zimmerman, who has been described as a "loose cannon," initially claimed he shot the teen in self-defense, even though the encounter clearly ensued only after he approached Martin. Crump added that he has demanded Sanford police turn over recordings of the 911 call made by Zimmerman, as well as several others placed by witnesses, in hopes at least one of them will shed more light on what actually transpired. In one call, the deadly gunshots reportedly can be clearly heard.

 

"They say they are still investigating," said Crump. "I'm not sure what there is to investigate. What's suspicious about this kid? That's what the family is crying out, that our kid is like any other kid. The neighborhood watch was supposed to protect him, not kill him. He was a victim of racial profiling."

 

Meanwhile, reports have surfaced that Zimmerman has a history of being charged with violence, including a 2005 arrest in Orange County, where he was charged with resisting arrest with violence and battery on a law enforcement officer.

 

"When I asked the police why there's been no arrest, they told me they respected Zimmerman's background, that he studied criminal justice for four years and that he was squeaky clean," said Tracy Martin. "My question to them was, did they run my child's background check? I asked them what they came up with, and they said nothing. If the shoes were on the other foot, and my son had done the shooting, he would be locked up right now."

 

Since the shooting, a former community resident has stepped forward to describe Zimmerman and other neighborhood watch members as "drunks, trouble-makers and lunatics."

 

Given all that ammunition, Crump's resolve to get to the bottom of what really happened grows each day.

 

"They just lied to the family," he said of police. "They just couldn't see why Zimmerman would do anything wrong or be violent. But not only do you know the guy killed this kid, because he admitted to it; you knew that he has a propensity for violence because of his past record. Why would any neighborhood watchmen be carrying a loaded gun, especially one with a history of violence? They are just trying to sweep this under a rug."

 

A spokeswoman for the Seminole County State Attorney's Office said the office has not received the case from police, and until an arrest is made it, would not be involved in filing charges against Zimmerman, whose whereabouts are now said to be unknown.

 

"We have not received a case from the Sanford PD yet," said Lynn Bumpus-Hooper. "But we will give it our full consideration when we do," adding that it is not rare for several weeks to pass before the State Attorney's Office receives a homicide or murder case from the police.

 

Funeral services for Martin were held on March 3 in Miami and were attended by more than 1,000 people, including many of his high school classmates.

 
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I have been reading this story all over the internet.  There is something wrong with that police department, how the hell can you just murder a person and then tell the police that you "thought" . . . "believed" . . . or what the hell ever and not even be charged?

 

This goes back to the War on Black People in America and is tied directly to all of the new 'laws' that popped up after President Obama was elected, making is easier to be licensed to carry a 'concealed' weapon, laws that say you have the right to shoot someone if you "feel" 'threatened' . . . in other words, new laws on the books in almost every state, especially southern states, that makes it easy for them to get away with murdering Black people in this country.  

 

I guess I would be spending the rest of my life in prison if some grown assed s.o.b. murdered my 13 year old and then claimed my son did something or that he "felt" 'threatened' after he (the shooter) began to follow my son in his car, even though my son was minding his own business walking home from the store.

 

What is going on now in this country is Neo-jim crow.  Same things happening, just a different decade.

Sista ER wrote:  couldn't help myself. I sent an email to that police department and asked them how many other Black children Zimmerman was going to get to kill before they arrested him.

 

 

Good for you my sista!  That's what I'm talking about.  And what is their email?  Put out there soooooooooo others can do the same.

 

So far ... I've received no reply.

 

Oh....but!  Don't worry.  You've started somethin now.  And they won't have a CHOICE but to either reply to the thousands of emails or to arrest this murderer.  I was thinking...a letter to the city council and the commissioner's office will get their attention too.  Let's get this ball rollin  I'm in.  How 'bout yall?  But! 

Sunnubian, I feel that these online petitions being absolutely ineffective in resolving real world issues. It just offers up your personal information to an organization, who knows who is actually running it, in a database. Change.org has done several online petitions, however, I don't see the results of those individual petitions actually causing any significant change without the action of another group or a group in general. I'm not saying that change.org is bad, I'm just questioning their methodology.

Having said that, in this case of an upper class black child being killed you would think that the NAACP would've said something by now. I haven't even received any messages from them as I normally do when something pops off. But I guess they have to wait for the issue to become hot with the white liberal media before they mention anything. Useless.

I agree Yemaya.  

 

I just felt like I had to do something and that was the only thing I could think of all the way in another state.  However, I do sign many only petitions that do get results, but I can't say that Change.org is getting many results compared to the number of petitions on the site.

 

I think that I will do as ER did and write a letter and send it via their email.

 

But, the case is getting a lot of attention now, I hope the family knows that THEY will have to keep this case alive and fresh in the media or once the media attention goes away, (which is a legal tactic used by many attorneys, keep having the case put off until all media attention dies out) the police will revert back to covering up this case for Zimmerman and/or the prosecutor and judge go on through with any intentions of colluding together to make sure he gets an aquittal or the case is thrown out of court.  

  If one feels intimidated by offering unsolicited personal information when advocating an issue....... all you have to do is go to the public library and use one of their computers and creat a new email with a made-up name.  The way emails are designed now...you don't have to give up your REAL name/address/age/gender.   Your name could be "concerned about my black people" if you want.  So.  See how easy that was?  Don't let FEAR interrupt having a voice for the voiceless.  During the civil rights movement, we didn't have this protection and those folks walked the line anyway.  As a result, who benefitted?  It is wise to be protect yourself, but it is also necessary to be courageous, brave and unyielding for what you believe in.....no matter WHO may see or not see your face.  We can no longer continue to HIDE behind the mask while screaming at the top of our lungs...cuz that there is what I call ineffective!  But!   

The way I see it ... there's nothing wrong with doing "ALL OF THE ABOVE"!!!!!   

 

Send emails, sign petitions, write to NUMEROUS people/politicians/organizations when it comes to ANY or ALL issues!!

 

What we need to realize is that soooooo many of our issues - and the solutions to them - are multifaceted .... and need to be solved from different angles, through many approaches, and using a variety of methods.

 

There's no "one-solutions-fits-all" here.  I don't think we can do "too much" at this point!!    EVERY little bit can only help us. 

Witness in Trayvon Martin Murder Case Says Police Blew Her Off

 
 

Local affiliate WFTV spoke with a woman who heard night watch vigilante George Zimmerman shoot 17 year old Trayvon Martin as he walked home from a convenience store, but says she was blown off by police.

Zimmerman said he was acting in self-defense when he shot Martin, but witness Mary Cutcher contradicts Zimmerman’s account. Cutcher says when she attempted to offer the police her account of what happened, they only took a 30 second report from her, and quickly dismissed her. She said the police did not take a detailed statement from her until she repeatedly reached out to them.

So what did happen that night?

Cutcher says it was Martin, and not Zimmerman, who was screaming for help. ”The cries stopped as soon as the gun went off, so I know it was the little boy,” Cutcher said.

Cutcher said Martin was killed in her backyard, and she and others questioned Zimmerman after the shooting: “We said, ‘Is everything OK? And he just looked at us. Selma [another witness] asked him again, ‘What’s up, what’s going on, everything OK? And he just said, ‘Call the police,’ kind of nonchalantly, kind of like, ‘Leave me alone,’ ” Cutcher said.

She also said she believes Zimmerman continued to chase Martin as he tried to get home, and that she knows this wasn’t a case of self-defense.

“I know this was not self-defense. There was no punching, no hitting going on at the time, no wrestling,’” Cutcher said.

 

 

 

 

 

Originally Posted by sunnubian:

Please go to change.org and sign Petition, "Black and suspicious", demanding that Zimmerman be charged and tried for this child's cold blooded murder.

And if he doesn't get charged, then the officers who DIDN'T arrest him, should be fired, and also be charged with conspiracy to murder, aiding and abetting AND/OR obstruction of justice.

Foolishness, anger and posturing  aside, what can be legally done to have this man arrested? I wish Vox was here to school us on some legal options. I looked over a Citizen's Arrest, but this is not an option since an arrest must happen at the time of the commission of the crime. Other than suing the police department, it seems as if there is no other legal recourse.

They can appeal to their State Attorney, considering that it is obvious that the police are colluding with this killer by not arresting or even charging him with a crime in the first place.  The best thing they can do right now is keep media attention on this case, because, really, when it comes to a crime involving White vs. Black people, the police, the courts, the prosecutor are all going to come down on the side of the White person in the matter.  

Yep ... and therein really lies the problem!!

 

At the risk of sounding like a broken record ..... (again  ) ... the fact of the matter is that the ONLY thing we - Black people - can do is to become POLITICALLY ACTIVE enough to change laws ... put people/politicians in place that actually REPRESENT us as a constituency .... HOLD THEM ACCOUNTABLE for what they do or don't do on our behalf .... kick them out and get somebody else when they don't do what we want.

 

Because 1) our VOTE is our ONLY real VOICE in this country (which is why White folks right now are trying to take it way from as many of us as possible!!!).  And 2) because like it or not, it's the ONE thing that "the White establishment" respects and adheres to in this country - the rule of law!!!

 

When the LAW is changed .... White people change with it.  HISTORICALLY .... if you look at the evolution of this country .... It's the way it ALWAYS has been.  And It's the way it ALWAYS will be.

 

Black people always want to WIN.  But don't want to learn HOW to play the game.   Protect your right to vote.  And USE IT ... every time you possibly can.

Originally Posted by EbonyRose:

Yep ... and therein really lies the problem!!

 

At the risk of sounding like a broken record ..... (again  ) ... the fact of the matter is that the ONLY thing we - Black people - can do is to become POLITICALLY ACTIVE enough to change laws ... put people/politicians in place that actually REPRESENT us as a constituency .... HOLD THEM ACCOUNTABLE for what they do or don't do on our behalf .... kick them out and get somebody else when they don't do what we want.

 

Because 1) our VOTE is our ONLY real VOICE in this country (which is why White folks right now are trying to take it way from as many of us as possible!!!).  And 2) because like it or not, it's the ONE thing that "the White establishment" respects and adheres to in this country - the rule of law!!!

 

When the LAW is changed .... White people change with it.  HISTORICALLY .... if you look at the evolution of this country .... It's the way it ALWAYS has been.  And It's the way it ALWAYS will be.

 

Black people always want to WIN.  But don't want to learn HOW to play the game.   Protect your right to vote.  And USE IT ... every time you possibly can.

Bingo!  First of all, they need to get that vigilante behind bars who shot that kid for no reason.  Then they need to fire those police officers who didn't put him in jail, and charge them with aiding and abetting, conspiracy to murder/manslaughter (b/c they aided and abetted the guy) and obstruction of justice!  That should be at least 20 years for those crooked cops.

You are absolutely right, Huey!! 

 

Because at the LOCAL level ... it was the Mayor (that was voted into office by the people  .... or, probably more aptly by the people that didn't bother to vote!! ) that appointed the police chief .... who's responsible for hiring the police in that department ,,, who are participating in this corruption scandal. 

 

We need to make sure WE are electing public officials at ALL levels of government ... including mayors, city council members, the judges that rule over our justice system, the city commissioners that decide how our tax money is spent and what our neighborhoods look like, school board members that govern the education of our children, and every other aspect of how our everyday lives are affected by politics and government!!

 

We at least need to care about ourselves enough to learn how to take care of ourselves.    But these days ... everybody just seems to want to "get over."  Which is why we haven't gotten very far in the past 50 years.

The 911 calls have been released. Now why is this man walking around free?? The police are walking around as if they can't do anything about this.

 

http://www.axiomamnesia.com/Au...-Martin-911-Call.mp3

 

http://www.axiomamnesia.com/Au...g-Gunshots-Heard.mp3

 

 

So let's rewind to a similar incident which occurred in 2007 in Pasdena, TX. Again to no charges.

 

To quote the fiery Dr. Vernon Johns whose quote is just as relevant as it was at the time he made it:

"Last week, a white man was fined for shooting a rabbit out of season. But of course, it's safe to murder Negroes.

A rabbit is better off than a Negro because in Alabama (insert your state and city here) niggers are always in season"

Militia Group Wants to Arrest Martin's Killer

 

Date: Friday, March 16, 2012, 6:22 am
By: Mike Schneider, Associated Press

 

Family members said 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was visiting his father when he shot to death by a neighborhood watch leader.

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Members of a self-described black militia group will attempt a citizen's arrest on a white neighborhood watch leader who has admitted to fatally shooting an unarmed African-American teen in an Orlando suburb, but has not been charged, a leader of the group said Thursday.

Members of The New Black Liberation Militia plan next week to take 28-year-old George Zimmerman to federal authorities since local police haven't acted, said Najee Muhammad, a leader of the militia group.

"We'll find him. We've got his mug shot and everything," Muhammad said.

Sanford police did investigate but have declined for now to arrest Zimmerman who says he acted self-defense last month when he shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Police say they have no evidence to disprove his assertion. They have since turned the case over to the State Attorney's Office, and a spokeswoman said it could be weeks before a decision is made on whether to file charges or present the case to a grand jury.

An attorney for the teen's family said they are discouraging actions such as what the militia proposed.

"They want justice at the hands of authorities and nobody else," said attorney Benjamin Crump. "Everybody has a right to peacefully assemble but we certainly want to leave any kind of arrests ... to the authorities."

A spokesman for Sanford police didn't return an email seeking comment about the militia group's plans. Zimmerman has a disconnected number and couldn't be reached for comment.

Moments before the shooting, Zimmerman had called police to report a suspicious person in the neighborhood. After a confrontation, he shot and killed Martin who was walking back from a convenience store to a house in the Sanford neighborhood where the teen's father's fiancée lived.

Out of a population of 54,000, about 57 percent of Sanford residents are white and 31 percent are black, according to the 2010 U.S. Census. The median income is about $43,000.

Martin's family has criticized police for not arresting Zimmerman. They filed a lawsuit asking that the 911 tapes be released, but police have said the tapes are part of the investigation and will only be released once the State Attorney's Office is done evaluating the case.

A spokeswoman for the Southern Poverty Law Center, a civil rights group that monitors hate groups, said her organization didn't have any information on The New Black Liberation Militia. The group describes itself on its website as "Developing and Teaching Spiritual, Psychological, Social, Holistic and Scientific Methods and Techniques to ensure the survival of black people in the 21st century and beyond."

Photos on the site show men dressed in fatigues and berets.

There is no mention of citizen's arrests in Florida's criminal statutes but state courts have cited common law in establishing when such an arrest can be made. The crime has to be a felony. It has to be witnessed by the citizen making the arrest or the citizen has to have probable cause that the person being arrested is guilty of a felony.

Orlando criminal defense attorney Patrick Cairns said members of the militia face a high legal hurdle in taking such action since they didn't witness a crime. They could be charged with false imprisonment if they detain Zimmerman.

"You do a citizen's arrest only if you think the cops aren't going to get there in time and you're afraid somebody is going to leave the scene," Cairns said.

The family started an online petition for the State Attorney's Office, demanding an arrest.

"Trayvon was unarmed when he was shot by Zimmerman," said the online petition, which has been signed by almost 215,000 people. "Please uphold justice."

I don't think that is a good idea either because it would probably wind up overshadowing what Zimmerman is guilty of.  Also, I hate to say it, but, the Martins need another lawyer to handle this; the attorney that appeared with them on NBC will be chewed up and spit out by prosecutors trying to cover up the Obstruction of Justice for the police department and the Lynching that Zimmerman has committed on this child.

You're right Yemaya.  I think that the only time you can make a citizen's arrest is at the time something occurs.  

 

I could clearly hear Trayvon yelling "Help" several times on the recording.  I just hope that everyone is able to keep this case in the media and continue to sign any and all petitions that are circulating the internet, as well as write the Florida State Attorney because this case has been handed to the State Attorney who has already predicted that it will take "weeks" before he could either get to the case or could make a decision, and that is only a stalling tactic; i.e., put it on ice until the uproar grows cold.  I hope that African Americans, Americans in general will not let that happen.

Originally Posted by sunnubian:

You're right Yemaya.  I think that the only time you can make a citizen's arrest is at the time something occurs.  

 

I could clearly hear Trayvon yelling "Help" several times on the recording.  I just hope that everyone is able to keep this case in the media and continue to sign any and all petitions that are circulating the internet, as well as write the Florida State Attorney because this case has been handed to the State Attorney who has already predicted that it will take "weeks" before he could either get to the case or could make a decision, and that is only a stalling tactic; i.e., put it on ice until the uproar grows cold.  I hope that African Americans, Americans in general will not let that happen.

Considering all of the evidence released, George Zimmerman should be in jail. For public safety and for the safety of himself and his family. Because the death threats are coming fast and furious. There were not just these two calls, there were a total of 7 calls made to the police that night about this incident from the housing area about this incident.

 

 

The attorney is the same one who assisted the family of Martin Lee Anderson, the black florida teen who was killed by bootcamp staff stuffing ammonia capsules up his nose after he complained of not being able to do exercises.  The incident was caught on video tape and they still got off, however the state had to pay out a huge sum to the family.  The Martin Lee Anderson case affected me greatly and is one i will never forget.  I hope Ben Crump is able to affect a better outcome on this case. 

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M...on_death_controversy

What Everyone Should Know About Trayvon Martin (1995-2012)
By Judd Legum on Mar 18, 2012 at 6:19 pm

On February 26, 2012, a 17-year-old African-American named Trayvon Martin was shot and killed in Sanford, Florida. The shooter was George Zimmerman, a 28-year-old white man. Zimmerman admits killing Martin, but claims he was acting in self-defense. Three weeks after Martin’s death, no arrests have been made and Zimmerman remains free.

Here is what everyone should know about the case:

 

1. Zimmerman called the police to report Martin’s “suspicious” behavior, which he described as “just walking around looking about.” Zimmerman was in his car when he saw Martin walking on the street. He called the police and said: “There’s a real suspicious guy. This guy looks like he’s up to no good, on drugs or something. It’s raining and he’s just walking around looking about… These a**holes always get away” [Orlando Sentinel]

 

2. Zimmerman pursued Martin against the explicit instructions of the police dispatcher:

Dispatcher: “Are you following him?”
Zimmerman: “Yeah”

Dispatcher: “OK, we don’t need you to do that.”

[Orlando Sentinel]

 

3. Prior to the release of the 911 tapes, Zimmerman’s father released a statement claiming “[a]t no time did George follow or confront Mr. Martin.” [Sun Sentinel]

 

4. Zimmerman was carrying a a 9 millimeter handgun. Martin was carrying a bag of Skittles and a can of iced tea. [ABC News]

 

5. Martin weighed 140 pounds. Zimmerman weighs 250 pounds. [Orlando Sentinel; WDBO]

 

6. Martin’s English teacher described him as “as an A and B student who majored in cheerfulness.” [Orlando Sentinel]

 

7. Martin had no criminal record. [New York Times]

 

8. Zimmerman “was charged in July 2005 with resisting arrest with violence and battery on an officer. The charges appear to have been dropped.” [Huffington Post]

 

9. Zimmerman called the police 46 times since Jan. 1, 2011. [Miami Herald]

 

10. According to neighbors, Zimmerman was “fixated on crime and focused on young, black males.” [Miami Herald]

 

11. Zimmerman “had been the subject of complaints by neighbors in his gated community for aggressive tactics” [Huffington Post]

 

12. A police officer “corrected” a key witness. “The officer told the witness, a long-time teacher, it was Zimmerman who cried for help, said the witness. ABC News has spoken to the teacher and she confirmed that the officer corrected her when she said she heard the teenager shout for help.” [ABC News]

 

13. Three witnesses say they heard a boy cry for help before a shot was fired. “Three witnesses contacted by The Miami Herald say they saw or heard the moments before and after the Miami Gardens teenager’s killing. All three said they heard the last howl for help from a despondent boy.” [Miami Herald]

 

14. The officer in charge of the crime scene also received criticism in 2010 when he initially failed to arrest a lieutenant’s son who was videotaped attacking a homeless black man. [New York Times]

 

15. The police did not test Zimmerman for drugs or alcohol. A law enforcement expert told ABC that Zimmerman sounds intoxicated on the 911 tapes. Drug and alcohol testing is “standard procedure in most homicide investigations.” [ABC News]

The Martin case had been turned over to the Seminole County State Attorney’s Office. Martin’s family has asked for the FBI to investigate.

http://thinkprogress.org/justi...

The more info that comes out about this a$$clown the worse he and the poklice are looking every minute. With all these witnesses coming forward and saying they heard a boy yelling for help, the inconsistent story this boob is givinvg and of course, how can you run someone down and claim self defense? Now I hear they have a witness that told the dective that they heard the young man screaming for help, but the dectetive said she was mistaken.

Death penalty please.


Originally Posted by Yemaya:

Its clear by now that there will be no legal justice forthcoming from this police department OR from the State's attorney's office. The question is now, what are we as a people going to do?"
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They may no other choice but to be forthcoming if all of this support for the Martin's continue, provided that the Martin's retain themselves another attorney to handle this case, then there is always the FBI, on up. 



But, that is why I am hoping that the people will not let this case die out in the media or on the internet, because that is exactly what the police and the state Attorney is doing with this case as we speak, attempting to sit on it, put it on ice until it goes cold in the media and on the internet, so they can quietly never give the Martins the justice they deserve or quietly try the case for show, with every intention that this creep gets off scott-free.

 

I hope this family gets justice, which should include the termination of ANYONE that has tried to obstruct justice in any way.

 

http://www.cfnews13.com/conten...trayvon_martin_fbi_l

 

FBI is now investigating this case. hmph. It really shouldn't have gone that far. It should have gone no further than the city level, but since the city and state are acting incompetent.

 

 

FBI investigates Trayvon Martin's death

A memorial in Sanford grows for Trayvon Martin [left), the 17-year-old who was shot and killed in February by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman (right) - Monday, March 19, 2012.

A memorial in Sanford grows for Trayvon Martin (left), the 17-year-old who was shot and killed in February by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman (right) - Monday, March 19, 2012.

By Amanda Evans, Reporter
Last Updated: Tuesday, March 20, 2012 @ 05:08AM

 

The deadly shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin by a neighborhood watch volunteer in Sanford has gotten the attention of federal officials and investigators.

Late Monday night, the FBI announced it is opening an investigation into the shooting.

The Justice Department also said it is sending a team to Sanford to investigate and address tensions in the community.

(first of all...)

 

Really?

I'm stunned.

 

A spokeswoman for the Southern Poverty Law Center, a civil rights group that monitors hate groups, said her organization didn't have any information on The New Black Liberation Militia.

(retract sarcasm ---but it ain't like Kahlid Muhammad had ever kept his agenda a big secret...bottom line is...krakkkas just don't see Black Folk as any 'real' threat anyhow...and THAT'S just 'keepin it real'.)

 

Also, because of Florida's 'stand your ground' law of 2005, even with federal pressures 'posturing', I'm afraid that the psychopaths of that right-wing agenda may have muddied the waters just enough to drag this thing out for years and years before any real remedy may ever even be realized.

   

When will our people actually wake up or, at least...stand up?

 

And for informational purposes...

 

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The New Black Liberation Militia

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We've been conditioned to make too many concessions.

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