[Black] people should never forget, Lovelle Mixon is a descendant of former slaves brought to America in the year 1614. Since that time (including up to present day) White America, with calculated malice, premeditation and aforethought has continually murdered Black men (and women) based purely upon the color of our skin. Oakland Police Officers and other paramilitary police departments are enforcing and maintaining the racist public policies of this state (California) and the other 49 states, including the District of Columbia are responsible for rampant genocide in the Black communities of America. White Americans sell guns (crack and heroin) to criminal blacks to perpetuate genocide against Black people. Black people, and particularly Black men, have the right to defend ourselves against the brutal, racist tyranny of White America. As you shall see below, electing a half-white President is consistent with the historical racist, beliefs, attitudes and policies of America.
Roosters Crow Too!
August 6, 2011
Detective Donna Williams, 52 (pictured left) and her daughter Briana, 18, were found stabbed to death in their Rancho Peñasquitos home early Monday morning. The victim's son, Kevin Williams, 24, is in police custody and is expected to be charged with murder. Preliminary evidence and interviews "only revealed there was a disturbance between the son, mother and daughter,'' Lt. Ernie Herbert said.
The mother and daughter were slain early on the morning of July 18. The victims' neighbors, awakened about 1:15 a.m. to a woman's screams, saw the teen struggling with her 6-foot, 300-pound older brother on a second-floor deck outside her bedroom window, according to prosecutors. At one point, Briana was hanging from the balcony by her hands, then dropped to a pavement slab below, after which her sibling calmly went back into his family's Rancho Peñasquitos home, witnesses reported.
When police arrived, they found him in the front yard, standing a few feet from where his sister lay mortally wounded near a bloody knife. The teen died at the scene of about 20 stab wounds a short time later. Inside the house, officers found the body of Donna Williams face-down in Briana's bedroom. She also had been knifed repeatedly. The weapon was believed to be a kitchen knife, according to police.
The suspected killer, who surrendered to police peacefully, faces 52 years to life in prison if convicted. Authorities have disclosed no suspected motive for the slaying of either party. On the urging of a defense attorney, a judge this week ordered Brian Williams to undergo an evaluation to determine if he is mentally competent to stand trial. The lawyer told reporters his client had been diagnosed with schizophrenia but was not undergoing treatment at the time of the killings.
Late last month, officers went to the Williams family home on a call of a disturbance involving the son, said police officials, who declined to provide details about that incident. No one was arrested.
Donna Williams spent 31 years with San Diego police, much of it in the Child Abuse Unit, Collins said outside downtown police headquarters, where flags were flying at half-staff. The detective -- whose late husband, Howard Williams, was also a San Diego police officer -- was a "cornerstone'' of her division, Collins said.
Corrupt Justice™: The death of Donna Williams & her daughter represents poetic justice. Any expert will confirm that Child abuse starts at home. Black women and especially those who serve White, or racist organizations, tend to be extremely abusive. We surmise Brian got tired of the abuse. In any event, we relish the fact that two black women will no longer serve White, or racist organizations.
Harry J. Williby,
July 9, 2011
A self-proclaimed skinhead (pictured left) was knocked unconscious by a black man after threatening to stab him last weekend in Bayview, Idaho, officials said Friday. Daren Christopher Abbey, 28, was booked into jail on a malicious harassment charge after being treated at a hospital for facial fractures, according to the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Department. Abbey is accused of threatening to stab Marlon L. Baker, 46, inside J.D.’s Resort on July 3 in Bayview after telling Baker he didn’t belong in the bar because he was black, said Lt. Stu Miller. Baker left the bar to avoid a fight, but police say Abbey followed him to a marina about 300 yards away, called him racial slurs and again threatened to stab him.“He said black people don’t belong in Bayview,” Miller said. Baker punched Abbey once in the face, knocking him to the ground unconscious.
Sheriff’s officials already were in Bayview patrolling the Independence Day weekend festival. Miller said they arrived about 8:50 p.m. to find Abbey unconscious. Abbey apparently was unaware of the writing on the back of Baker’s T-shirt: “Spokane Boxing Club champion.”
“If he had been able to read that maybe he wouldn’t have done that,” Miller said.
Spokane Boxing Club President Rick Welliver said Baker, who could not be reached for comment, is not affiliated with his organization and is not a boxer. Miller said Baker acted in self-defense. “He felt threatened – there was an actual threat that was made that he was going to get stabbed,” Miller said. Abbey “actually followed him for quite some distance.” Baker told deputies he punched Abbey instinctively as he approached, Miller said.
Abbey has several neo-Nazi tattoos and told Coeur d’Alene police in 2004 that he was an “independent skinhead” who didn’t like minorities, Miller said. Abbey, of Sacramento, Calif., said he is living as a transient in the Coeur d’Alene area after moving from Montana, Miller said. He remains in jail on $75,000 bond for felony charges of malicious harassment, which is Idaho’s hate crime law, and battery.
Cold Blue Death!
August 31, 2010
In a tiny Alaskan village, a gunman took refuge after he allegedly killed two local lawmen in an ambush, authorities said. Hoonah police officers Tony Wallace and Matt Tokuoka (pictured left to right) died after the shooting late Saturday, said Bob Prunella, acting city administrator. "We believe they were ambushed by the individual," Alaska State Troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters said. John Marvin Jr., 45, barricaded himself in his home and Alaska State Troopers and other law enforcement agencies were at the scene Sunday, maintaining their positions through the night. Prunella said he didn't know what led to the shooting. Police officials said they were investigating motives but have not released any details.
"We want a peaceful resolution," she said. "We don't want to have another tragedy on our hands," she said. "We don't want to lose another officer."
Troopers were urging residents in the shoreline community of about 800 to stay away from the area. Hoonah is situated on an island about 40 miles (65 kilometers) west of Juneau, the capital.
Tokuoka left the home of his father-in-law, George Martin, just before the shooting. The 39-year-old officer was off-duty and had spent the evening there before leaving with his wife and two children, Martin said. Soon after they left, Martin heard two shots. Wallace was knocked down, and Tokuoka told his wife and children to get away and then he was shot as well, Martin said.
"I imagine he was trying to administer help to this other officer when he got hit," Martin said. Wallace was on duty at the time of the shooting. It was unclear why he was in the area. Wallace, 32, died during surgery in Juneau and Tokuoka died early Sunday at a clinic in the Native village, according to Martin.
"The whole town's in shock," he said. "I've been getting calls all day. It's a bad situation." Martin said his home is just a block and a half from Marvin's. He didn't know why the officers were ambushed but said police have had run-ins with Marvin in the past. He said Marvin lives alone.
Alaska State Troopers were leading a multi-agency response, and Peters said a warrant was issued for Marvin's arrest. The Coast Guard transported the Juneau Police Department's SWAT team to the village, Peters said.
Prunella said the deaths leave the Tlingit community with just two full-time officers - the police chief and a trainee. He said the southeast Alaska town of Wrangell sent some officers to help out as needed.
Another Blue Death!
August 31, 2010
San Jose police said Monday that three officers opened fire and killed a San Jose man on Sunday after he popped out of a closed bathroom and came at them with a knife raised above his head. Covered in his own blood from self-inflicted wounds, Brian Strand Casey had recently checked himself into a hospital after having suicidal thoughts, sources said. It marked the third time in recent years that San Jose police officers shot and killed someone wielding a knife or what appeared to be a knife. And in a twist, one of the three officers who fired at Casey was also involved in the fatal police shooting of Daniel Pham last year.
As is routine, the officers -- Matthew Blackerby, 34, James Mason, 43, and Mark Palfalvi, 39 -- have been placed on administrative leave pending investigation.
The officers had responded to an apartment on Wong Court after the 42-year-old Casey's estranged wife reported he was suicidal and had shot himself several times with a nail gun. "The officers were there to assist someone in crisis,'' said Assistant Police Chief Chris Moore. "Unfortunately, he attacked the officers and they had to react. It's truly a tragedy.'' Officials said when Casey came out of a bathroom, he was about four feet away from officers, in a small hallway.
Last year police shot and killed Pham after he slashed his brother in the neck and, wielding a knife, attacked two police officers in his backyard. Blackerby was one of
the two officers who shot Pham that day. He was cleared by a grand jury in the Pham case. But the case sparked some community unrest over why police had used deadly force on the mentally ill man and whether the officers were properly trained to handle the situation.
The supervising officer on the scene in the Casey shooting, Sgt. Mark Clough, is specifically trained to deal with the suicidal and mentally ill. Five officers arrived at the Wong Court condo around 9:20 a.m. after Casey's wife called police saying that he had apparently shot himself with a nail gun several times and was saying he wanted to die. Casey had recently committed himself to a 72-hour psychological hold for suicidal thoughts, and just the day before a concerned friend had relieved him of a rifle, sources said.
After the officers tried to call Casey on his phone and knocked on his door numerous times, they finally decided to enter the apartment in case he was severely injured or dying. They kicked in the door.
As officers carefully looked for the man in the small condo, Casey -- described as being shirtless and in shorts, soaked with blood and about 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighing about 240 pounds -- emerged from a bathroom. He was holding a 10-inch knife over his head, police said. Despite repeated orders to drop the weapon, he continued to advance on the officers, police said. Three of them fired seven shots. Casey fell, dead.
Monday morning, no one answered the door at the Casey home, located at 329 Henderson Drive, off Santa Teresa Boulevard in South San Jose. Neighbor Pedro Guerra was shocked to learn of Casey's death and described him as "the kind of neighbor you would like to have in your neighborhood." "He gave us a nice swing set, scooters," said Guerra, who choked up while talking about Casey. "He was a very nice neighbor."
Casey lived with his wife and two children in a quiet neighborhood off Santa Teresa Boulevard for the past five or six years, according to neighbors. Casey's wife could not be reached for comment. Monday morning, other neighbors who lived near the family on Henderson Drive were devastated by the news of his death, including one couple who said they've known the family for about five years. Neighbors described Casey and his wife as great parents who were having some marital issues
"He was a great father. He was always out there with his kids," said one neighbor, who along with her husband, asked not to be identified. "He was a good family man." The couple expressed shock that Casey would threaten to harm anybody, let alone police. "That's not the Brian that we know," the neighbor said. Casey worked as a team leader in the meat department at Whole Foods in Redwood City and was well liked by employees, according to Kevin Butler, who worked under Casey for 21/2 years. Butler, who said he remains shocked and speechless by Casey's death, described his supervisor as a "supercool guy" who would go the extra mile to help his employees move up in the company. "He always cared about everybody," Butler said. "There's not enough nice things to say about him."
Moms' Blue Death!
August 13, 2010
A former San Jose reserve police officer who is accused of killing her mother is expected to appear in a Merced County courtroom today and be formally arraigned on charges of murder and endangering an elderly person. Denise Lai, 47, who resigned as a San Jose reserve police officer in March 2008, is accused of killing her 65-year-old mother, Carolyn Ninomiya of Los Baños. On Aug. 3 at 11:40 a.m., Los Baños police officers found Lai in a local business parking lot suffering from self inflicted stab wounds. Lai told police she stabbed herself earlier in the day and wanted to die, according to Los Baños police Cmdr. Rey Reyna. She was taken by ambulance to the Los Baños Memorial Hospital and later air lifted to the Modesto Memorial Hospital.
Police later received information from Lai's family that she was staying with her mother at a home inside a gated retirement community known as the Four Seasons. After the family failed to contact Ninomiya, officers conducted a welfare check and found the 65-year-old woman's body at 2:37 p.m. Ninomiya had been strangled and appeared to have been deceased for several hours, according to police. A police statement said that during an interview with investigators, Lai admitted to killing her mother the previous evening before attempting to commit suicide.
"Our investigators did an outstanding job putting all the facts of this case together and bringing this extremely tragic event to a close," Reyna said in a statement. Lai served as a volunteer reserve officer in San Jose from April 29, 1993, through March 20, 2008, according to officer Jose Garcia, a San Jose police spokesman.
New Jersey City Police
2010 - Week One Plus!
2010 - Week One Plus!
January 12, 2010
Jersey City Police Sgt. Thomas McVicar shot Kwadir Felton, 18, (pictured left) in the face. Felton remains at the Jersey City Medical Center where he was listed in stable condition, officials said, adding that he is expected to survive. McVicar is attached to a New Jersey State Police unit investigation gang activity in the high crime area and at 8:30 p.m. he was in the back seat of a parked, unmarked vehicle when Felton approached, said Peter Aseltine, the spokesman for the state Attorney General's Office. Sources said McVicar was not the only officer in the vehicle. The Attorney General's Shooting Response Team is investigating the incident with the help of DeFazio's office, Aseltine said.
November 23, 2009, 4:28AM
NEW YORK -- A teenager killed in a confrontation with New York City police over the weekend was shot 11 times, the medical examiner's office said Sunday.
Dashawn Vasconcellos, 18, died of gunshot wounds to the torso, neck and extremities, medical examiner spokeswoman Ellen Borakove said. Police fired a total of 14 times, chief NYPD spokesman Paul J. Browne said.
According to an autopsy completed late Sunday, Vasconcellos had three gunshot wounds in the middle of his back, five in his right side and three on his left side, Borakove said. Five police bullets were recovered during the autopsy, she said.
Vasconcellos and two others were spotted leaving a city park in Queens at about 11:30 p.m. Saturday by four officers in an unmarked car. Vasconcellos ran and was pursued by three officers.
July 17, 2007
5-0 in Crosshairs!
January 10, 2010
Anchorage Police announced that Patrol Officer Jason Allen, an 8 year veteran of Anchorage Police [Rapist] Department, was injured in a shooting on January 9, 2010. Officer Jason Allen is 47 year old. The investigation continues into this ambush attack on Ofc. Allen. Authorities say they're are following leads after a car full of men pulled up next to an Anchorage police officer and one of the men opened fire, shooting the officer multiple times.
Allen was sitting in his parked cruiser in a residential neighborhood near downtown, working on an unrelated case, when the dark-colored sedan with several men inside pulled up next to his vehicle on the driver's side. Police say a passenger fired some rounds, striking Allen as many as five times in his arms and torso (boo-hoo!).
Police believe Allen was targeted because he is a police officer.
C.J. Note: This is the equivalent of being targeted by Police, simply because you're a black male. However, the retaliation could be based upon the fact Anchorage Police Officer Anthony Rollins spent the last six (6) years raping women while on-duty, in full uniform and patrol vehicle.
Sen. Maj. Ldr. Harry Reid
"White American Sentiment"!
"White American Sentiment"!
January 12, 2010
"This is a good man who's always been on the right side of history. For him to have used some unartful language in trying to praise me, and for people to try to make hay out of that makes absolutely no sense."
-- Barack Obama on Harry Reid, U.S. Senate Majority Leader (D-Nevada)
"I'm blacker than Barack Obama!"
-- Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich in an interview with Esquire Magazine.
"I think that the president of the United States has to stop having a lack of courage when it comes to the issue of race. He is loathe to address the issue of race. Barack Obama runs from race like most black men run from the cops."
-- Michael Eric Dyson, professor of sociology at Georgetown University.
"You've got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean."
-- A 2007 comment by Vice President Joe Biden to the New York Observer regarding Obama and his run for President.
"[B]arack Obama has an advantage [to win the Presidency] because he's "light-skinned" and has "no Negro dialect" unless he wants to employ one".
-- Harry Reid, U.S. Senate Majority Leader (D-Nevada) on Barack Obama's racial advantage in winning the 2008 U.S. Presidential election.
"As far as I am concerned, the book is closed."
-- Barack Obama's acceptance of Harry Reid's (U.S. Senate Majority Leader (D-Nevada)) apology for racial advantage remark on winning the 2008 U.S. Presidential election.
"There is this standard where Democrats feel that they can say these things and they can apologize when it comes from the mouths of their own. But if it comes from anyone else, it is racism[.]"
-- Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele calling upon Sen. Reid to resign.
"I don't think this is an issue that is going affect his leadership at all."
-- Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine defending Sen. Reid after publication of his comments.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (pictured left) went into damage control over the weekend, mobilizing a raft of supportive statements both in Washington, D.C., and Nevada after news broke that during the 2008 presidential campaign he said Barack Obama had an advantage because he's "light-skinned" and has "no Negro dialect" unless he wants to employ it. Reid made the remarks directly to one of the authors of "Game Change," the tell-all on the 2008 presidential campaign being released Tuesday, January 12, 2010. Reid spoke straight to author Mark Halperin in context of what he believed was a positive statement about why he backed Obama as early as he did. Reid and his staff did not expect his direct quote to appear in the book and he began apologizing shortly after the excerpts were reported on the internet.
According to several sources familiar with the senator's actions, Reid called Obama from his home in Searchlight, Nev., on Saturday. Obama took the call in the Oval Office. Sen. Jack Reed of Rhode Island and Sen. Reid were on the call with staff members for Jew Dianne Feinstein and Jew Joe Lieberman. The message: Reid did it, it was wrong, he apologized immediately, the president has accepted the apology, time to move on. Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele has called upon Reid to resign. He also accused Democrats of hypocrisy on the matter.
Even before his remarks in the book were reported, a new survey released Saturday by the Las Vegas Review Journal showed him continuing to earn poor polling numbers. In the poll, by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research, Reid trailed former state Republican party chairwoman Sue Lowden by a 10 percentage points, 50% to 40%, and lagging behind two other opponents.
More than half of Nevadans had an unfavorable opinion of Reid. Just 33% of respondents held a favorable opinion. Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine also defended Reid.
C.J. Note: Evidently [Reid] felt free to use the word behind closed doors, with other powerful white people present. That's ugly. Harry Reid had to apologize because he got caught using the word "negro," not because he is sorry for using the term. Therefore, all you "darkies" with your "negro dialect," if you're wondering why you could never excel in America, it's because you're too "DARK" with a "NEGRO DIALECT."
Sen. R.C. Soles Jr.
January 07, 2010
North Carolina - State Sen. R.C. Soles Jr. (pictured left) has been indicted in connection with an August shooting at Soles' Tabor City home. A Columbus County grand jury returned a true bill of indictment Thursday charging Soles with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury. On Aug. 23, 2009 Soles shot Thomas Kyle Blackburn. Soles said that Blackburn and another man were trying to intrude into Soles' home and that the shooting was in self-defense. The indictment was expected since the grand jury had previously found probable cause in the case. The prosecution is being handled by the Attorney General's Office because District Attorney Rex Gore, who has long ties to Soles, recused himself from the case. Soles is the longest serving lawmaker in the state and he was a key member of the Democratic leadership in the Senate. He announced last week that he did not intend to seek re-election.
Bobby DeLaughter, Inmate Judge
January 05, 2010
OXFORD, Miss. — Bobby DeLaughter, a former Mississippi prosecutor and judge whose legal conquests became the subject of books and a movie, is set to report to federal prison Monday for lying to the FBI in a judicial bribery investigation. He was appointed to the bench in 2002 and was later elected to the position. The next chapter of DeLaughter's life, as inmate No. 12930-042, marks a long fall from the height of his legal career in 1994 when he was a prosecutor who helped convict a civil rights-era assassin for the 30-year-old murder of NAACP leader Medgar Evers. The 55-year-old DeLaughter (deh-LAW'-ter) was to report to a federal prison camp in McCreary, Ky., by 2 p.m.
DeLaughter's (pictured left) lawyer told the media on Monday that he didn't know exactly what time DeLaughter would report to prison, but that he wouldn't be late. A prison official said he was not in custody as of about 10:45 a.m. DeLaughter was sentenced to 18 months in November (2009) after pleading guilty to lying about secret conversations he had with a lawyer while presiding over a dispute between wealthy lawyers over legal fees. As part of a plea deal, prosecutors dropped conspiracy and mail fraud charges.
DeLaughter made a name for himself as an assistant district attorney when he helped put away Byron de la Beckwith for Evers' 1963 murder. His storied career ended with the same bribery scandal that toppled Richard "Dickie" Scruggs, chief architect of the multibillion-dollar tobacco litigation of the 1990s — which was depicted in the movie "The Insider," starring Al Pacino and Russell Crowe.
DeLaughter was presiding over a lawsuit in which a lawyer sued Scruggs for a bigger cut of millions in legal fees from asbestos litigation. Prosecutors said DeLaughter ruled in Scruggs' favor in exchange for a promise that he'd be considered for a federal judgeship, with help from Scruggs' high-powered connections. DeLaughter ruled in 2006 that Scruggs didn't owe the former partner anything more than a belated $1.5 million payment. The ruling was contrary to the findings of a special master appointed to weigh the evidence before trial. DeLaughter pleaded guilty only to lying to the FBI about conversations he had with his old boss, former Hinds County District Attorney Ed Peters. Peters was accused of receiving $1 million to influence DeLaughter, but he cooperated in the investigation and was not charged.
"Yeah, Here Comes the Rooster!"
January 4, 2010
"A State's failure to protect an individual against private violence generally does not constitute a violation of the Due Process Clause, because the Clause imposes no duty on the State to provide members of the general public with adequate protective services. The Clause is phrased as a limitation on the State's power to act, not as a guarantee of certain minimal levels of safety and security . . ."
". . . [a] government and its agents are under no general duty to provide public services, such as police protection, to any particular individual citizen . . ." (See: DeShaney v. Winnebago County Department of Social Services)
The federal system has more than 2,000 judges and approximately 5,250 other officials. The U.S. Marshals Service has the primary responsibility for defending and protecting federal court officials and proceedings.
In a sick twist of fate:
A federal court officer was shot and killed and a U.S. marshal was wounded in Las Vegas this morning (1/04/10) around the same time the Department of Justice released a report saying that threats against federal judges, U.S. attorneys and U.S. assistant attorneys have more than doubled since 2003.
Federal investigators identified the alleged gunman as 66-year-old Johnny Lee Wicks. He was shot and killed by court officers who returned fire, according to FBI Special Agent Joseph Dickey. Wicks sued the Social Security Administration for "race discrimination," claiming his benefits were unfairly reduced. According to court documents obtained by Corrupt Justice, Wicks filed a suit against the Social Security Administration in 2008. The case was thrown out in 2009, according to the documents.
U.S. marshals spokesman Jeff Carter identified the court security officer as Stanley W. Cooper, who worked for Akal Security after serving for 26 years in the Las Vegas Metro Police Department. According to public records, the building where the shooting occurred is home to federal courts and offices for officials including U.S. Sens. Harry Reid and John Ensign.