Okay so the story is an unarmed man who is suffering from seizures was shot and killed by police officers. Alfred Olango was shot and killed by officers during a seizure. His sister had called 9-1-1 attempting to get assistance for her brother. Medical assistance. She did not expect cops to show up and kill him. In the suburbs of San Diego California a man who was not able to follow the directives of police officers was brutally shot and killed while his sister watched in horror. She repeatedly yelled to the officers do not shoot my brother do not shoot my brother please do not shoot my brother! He is sick please do not shoot my brother. They shot him in Cold Blood.

I’m refraining from using the word black. I don’t want to use the word black at all. Now maybe you have not heard but he was a black guy. But pretend you don’t see that. Pretend that all you see is a man who was having a seizure was shot and killed by a police officer. Then tell me how you feel.

You see the only thing this man did was not follow directions. He did not refuse to follow directions, it’s just he was ill, he was sick and his sister was trying to get medical help for him. Under his current condition he could not follow directions. He was not being disobedient. He was having a seizure. He was having an episode. He was wandering in and out of traffic, but he had not hurt anyone. So why did he have to die?

You see I’m starting to think that the movement is wrong. I’m starting to think that the whole black man being shot and killed by cops it’s the wrong way to Target this. I’m starting to think that we need to see it as innocent people being shot and killed by trigger happy cops. To me that makes more sense. See we can talk about black people being shot all day, but then we would Miss the other races that are being shot. We would miss all the Native Americans being shot, we would miss all the Latinos being shot, we will miss all the white people being shot, we would miss the teenagers being shot. And that is something that you don’t realize, they are killing us all. This is an American police brutality problem. The media wants you to think it’s a black people problem. But it’s not. They are just sensationalizing the story. They are killing everybody.

The sad thing about it is people are falling for it. Countless stories black man shot, black teenager killed, black woman shot, and it goes on and on and on. And it makes you think that we as black people are the only ones being killed. But that’s not true. We are not the only one.

Did you hear about Jeremy Mardis?  He was an adorable 6 year old who lost his life by bullets from an officer’s gun.

Excerpts from the story

160929012854-louisiana-body-cam-shooting-pkg-00002101-medium-plus-169 as you can see from this photo it’s a white man in his van and there is a child in the backseat unbeknownst to the officers. The white man has his arms up. Obviously in order to open his door he has to move his arms. What did this guy do in order to get shot up by the cops? What causes these officers to fire?

{The footage, which is very graphic in parts, shows a confused scene in which several officers discuss the situation and how best to proceed. An officer appears to say, “I don’t know who all fired,” to which another officer seems to respond, “I fired.”
The suspect, who is behind the wheel of a small white car, is hit but not killed. He presents his hands to the officers and eventually, slowly, crawls out of the car to lie on the asphalt.
The officer wearing the body cam calls dispatch to ask about another officer’s arrival time. He’s asked about suspect injuries, to which he replies, “severely critical.”
Two officers can be heard discussing what to do next. One says, “You want me to call state police?” The other responds, “No listen. Get all these people away. And block this off over here,” gesturing to the road.

‘I never saw a kid in the car’

A discussion about the suspect’s condition ensues, and an officer says, “I never saw a kid in the car, bro.” The officer wearing the camera says, “Yeah he’s ahh…the kid is…” but doesn’t finish his sentence.
he officer who is wearing the camera eventually walks around to the passenger side of the vehicle, windows have been shattered. He shines his flashlight onto the child’s inert body, which is in the front passenger seat, and speaks to him before checking his pulse. An officer can be heard vomiting off-camera.
He later unbuckles the child’s seatbelt, exclaiming “oh my God,” before walking away.
Later on the video, an EMT pronounces the child, first-grader Jeremy Mardis, dead. He was hit by five bullets in the head and chest, according to CNN affiliate WAFB.
Jeremy’s first-grade teacher told CNN he was autistic and did not communicate verbally.
Jeremy died, and his father survived.}
And you see the problem lies is with a bunch of lies that these officers tell. They claim that they were chasing this father on an outstanding warrant. This father had absolutely no warrants against him at all. These officers saw this guy having a verbal confrontation with his girlfriend. This father left the scene of the confrontation with his child in the backseat leaving the girlfriend where she stood. He didn’t harm anyone at all. They continue to pursue him. They claim that he rammed their vehicles with his but that was not true at all. Just a bunch of Lies to justify their actions.
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Father and Son

Mr Few was innocent . He did absolutely nothing wrong . But the media did not talk about this story much and if they did  why didn’t people jump on it ?  Where are the protests ? We should be just as angry and upset and disgusted and infuriated as any other crime that is committed against the citizens of this country. It should not be that you are only upset when black people get killed. Or you are only upset when white people or Native American or Latinos get killed. You need to be upset when we are all killed by the American police. THEY are the problem. Not us.

The Marshals responsible for delivering the deadly shots

I don’t know why but orange really suits these two guys. I mean I never would have thought they were officers ever. They look just like criminals to me. They look like thugs and that’s exactly what they were when they were in uniform that night and they killed that innocent boy.