You can make the chains that bind you acessories to enhance your life or forms of restriction! Take your pick!
A father of three died 12 hours after LAPD sergeants beat him in front of his house in South L.A.
The LAPD beat a Omar Abrego for 10 minute, he dies 12 hours later of his injuries.
but don’t forget that the cops were also “injured”:
"One police suffers of a knee injury while the other has a fractured hand" that he used to punch Abrego.
This has got to stop.
I’ll never understand racist people.
I’ll never understand people that beg for something without getting off their ass and trying.
I’ll never understand why there’s a black history month.
I’ll never understand why there is no month to show respect to those that lost their lives in the Holocaust.
I’ll never understand why we continue to provide social security when it was only created to provide assistance during the times of the Great Depression.
I’ll never understand why we still build nuclear weapons because if we decide to use them we’ll all be a risk.
I’ll never understand why there’s not a cure for cancer or AIDS.
I’ll never understand why you sell that shit in your own community.
I’ll never understand why my race has a crab in the barrel mentality.
I’ll never understand why middle class students don’t receive grants to go to school.
I’ll never understand the purpose of students loans seeing as those most people end up in debt and dropping out of school.
I’ll never understand why the black woman is the most disrespected woman.
I’ll never understand how people could hurt a child physically, sexually, or mentally.
I’ll never understand how politicians believe we can live off of minimum wage.
I’ll never understand why black vs. white still persist in the world.
I’ll never understand the hurt that a mother has while delivering a still born baby.
I’ll never understand how you can love someone and cheat on them especially when married.
I’ll never understand how you can hate someone so much that you decide to kill them.
I’ll never understand why you don’t sit down and try to understand some of these things.
NY Father Dies After Being Choked By Police
A Staten Island man died as police tried to take him into custody Thursday afternoon, and the incident was caught on video by a bystander. 43-year-old Eric Garner, known as “Big E” to many in the neighborhood, went into cardiac arrest as police attempted to handcuff him around 4:45 p.m. outside 202 Bay Street in Tompkinsville. The NYPD says they were arresting him for selling untaxed cigarettes, but witnesses say he had just broken up a fight and was wrongly targeted by police.
In the video, which was obtained by the Daily News, Garner is seen telling officers, “I was just minding my own business. Every time you see me you want to mess with me. I’m tired of it. It stops today!” The Staten Island Advance reports that Garner was out on bail with three pending criminal cases against him, all involving charges of possession and sale of untaxed cigarettes.
Another witness tells the Advance that Garner “tried to break up the fight—the two guys fighting, they saw the cops coming and walked away.”
When more officers arrived at the scene and attempted to handcuff Garner, who weighed 350 pounds, he’s seen swatting their hands away and saying, “Don’t touch me, please.” One officer puts him in a chokehold as the others struggle to pull him to the ground and get his arms behind his back. Garner, an asthmatic, can be heard repeatedly saying, “I can’t breathe.”
"They jumped him and they were choking him," says Ramsey Orta, who knew Garner and took the video. "He was foaming at the mouth,” Orta told The News. “And that’s it, he was done. The cops were saying, ‘No, he’s OK, he’s OK.” He wasn’t OK.” Another friend of Garner says, "He’s a very big man, very intimidating, but he’s just a big teddy bear. He’s the nicest guy. I can’t believe what I saw. That’s no way to do an arrest."
One police source tells the Advance, “He absolutely resisted arrest. He took a fighting stance.” The official NYPD statement asserts that Garner was selling untaxed cigarettes. “Upon attempting to arrest the suspect for the violation, the suspect went into cardiac arrest and was transported by EMS to Richmond University Medical Center where he was pronounced DOA. The Medical Examiner will determine the cause of death.”
Garner leaves behind 6 children including a 3-month-old daughter, Legacy Garner, and a wife, Esaw Garner, who tells the News her husband was unable to work because he suffered from chronic asthma, diabetes and sleep apnea. “When I kissed my husband this morning, I never thought it would be for the last time,” Garner says.
The Advance reports that within an hour after Garner’s death, handwritten signs hung near the incident declared, “no justice, no peace” and “Another innocent black man has been killed by police brutality. The NYPD must be stopped!” One police source tells the News, “A guy is dead in our custody. That is always a potential problem.”
That’s NY finest for you