So 2 more names added to the number of cops now fired over the use of force during the protest, and these two horrible white supremacists cops turn out to be black! And the victims were also black. Wait does this count as “black on black crime” ? Just wondering, and I got video from the incident of these cops taking what looks like a “use of force” they Taser these two protesters who wouldn’t listen to the cops giving them orders. So how are cops going to uphold the law when people don’t obey an officers command? I mean if these 2 “victims” don’t act like they live in “Fucktardistan” they wouldn’t have been Tased.
But because of the two “victims” acting like idiots they bring this on themselves, and then the cops pay the price for a lot of times doing their jobs… This is not to say that what was done to George is right even with his long wrap sheet, and him not being a stand up guy he shouldn’t have died at the hands of any cop like he did. But I think people are not dealing with this for it is. A set of bad seeds in the police department, and one involving a cop with a history of issues of aggressive behavior, and even fatally shooting someone.
By the way you know who’s in charge of the city where Floyd died? One Ilhan Omar who’s been nowhere to be found… Just saying why isn’t she being questioned by the media? Remember her? You know her daughter made a video where she said this about US soldiers ‘b*tches’ who ‘actively kill children abroad’ some how she missed that her own people kill children on a daily basis, and her own kind sell slaves, and her own kind do all sorts of terrorist activities. See she’s being raised by an American hating mother who hates white people, and again hates AMERICA, and this folks is the root of evil in this country. People like HER… People who hate this country, and want to destroy it from within.
Now back to this police from Atlanta… Why is this important? Because the media doesn’t report this much if it’s not a “White Cop” being involved, and this is clear racist behavior, and an agenda by the media.
The Atlanta police officers accused here are Sgt. Lonnie Hood and Officer Armon Jones fired Wednesday, Atlanta police spokesman Sgt. John Chafee said in an email, bringing the total number of police officers fired so far to four. Six police officers, including the four who have been fired, have been criminally charged for force, including a stun gun, used against Messiah Young and Taniyah Pilgrim during protests May 30.
“The investigation into the incident remains open,” Atlanta police spokesman Sgt. John Chafee said in an email. Hood is charged with two counts of aggravated assault and is accused of using a Taser stun gun against Young and Pilgrim, and he is charged with simple battery and accused of pulling Pilgrim out of the car, Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard said June 2. Jones is charged with aggravated battery and accused of pulling Young from the car, and he is also charged with pointing a gun at Young, Howard said.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced on May 31 that two officers, Ivory Streeter and Mark Gardner, would be immediately fired after what she called “an excessive use of force.” Streeter and Gardner have sued in an effort to get their jobs back. The court document alleges that they were denied due process in being fired, among other claims.
Video showed officers forcibly pulling the college students from their car around 9:40 p.m. May 30 during protests following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Pilgrim is heard in video asking officers what is going on and crying that she is trying to get out before a stun gun appears to be used against her. Young, who also had a stun gun used on him, was yanked from the car and suffered a fractured arm, Howard has said.
Pilgrim, the owner of the car, was handcuffed with zip-ties but was not charged, and Young was charged but the charges were dismissed at the order of the mayor. Streeter is charged with using a Taser stun gun against Pilgrim and is accused of pointing a handgun at Young. Gardner is charged with aggravated assault and accused of using a Taser stun gun against Pilgrim.
The two other officers charged are Willie Sauls and Roland Claud. Sauls is charged with aggravated assault for allegedly pointing a Taser stun gun at Pilgrim and is accused of allegedly striking the driver’s side window of Pilgrim’s 2017 Mazda with a baton. The suit seeking the reinstatement of Streeter and Gardner says that “their use of force was proper and in compliance with the law, the policies of the Atlanta Police Department, prevailing standards of law enforcement, and the training provided to them through the City of Atlanta Police Department and the State of Georgia.”
Young is a student at Morehouse College and Pilgrim is a student at Spelman College. Pilgrim said last week that “we felt like we were going to die in that car,” according to video from NBC affiliate WXIA of Atlanta. “This has probably been one of the hardest things that I’ve ever experienced,” Young said.