Tulsa, Oklahoma deputy who shot unarmed man charged with manslaughter

As Shelby Courtland wrote, “Again! Again! Again! Again!”

Read this, Mr and Ms Merica, and then tell me there is such a thing as ‘Merican Justice’, especially for Black Mericans? And charging a few storm-troopers isn’t going to make the anger go away.

Even if a person runs from the storm-troopers, the pigs, this is no reason to shoot them, and then let them bleed to death. But Black Mericans have become even more the target of police, and its because the powers that be want a civil war.

And if this doesn’t end soon, then they might just get their wish!

News for the Revolution

By Evan Blake
April 14, 2015
World Socialist Web Site

On Monday, reserve deputy Robert Bates, 73, was charged with second-degree manslaughter for the April 2 shooting of unarmed Eric Harris, 44, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Bates is only the 55th police officer in the US to be charged for fatally shooting someone while on duty over the past decade, out of a total of thousands of police killings.

Bates was working on an undercover gun buying sting operation with the Tulsa Violent Crimes Task Force when he shot Harris in what Bates and Tulsa police claim was an accident. Tulsa police sergeant Jim Clark told reporters that Bates was “a true victim of ‘slips and capture,’” a pseudoscientific term denoting a psychological slip-up made by someone while they were “captured” by an incorrect impulse, in this case an officer using his handgun instead of his Taser. This was the principal…

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Texas-born Mohanad Mahmoud Al Farekh

Your ‘constitutional’ government is paying no attention to this null and void document, because your beloved constitution is worthless as the parchment it is written on!

If your government wants to drone its citizens to death, Mr and Ms Merica, then it will do so, as the following article reveals!

News for the Revolution

By Andre Damon
April 14, 2015
World Socialist Web Site

A lead article in Monday’s New York Times describing a debate within the US government over whether to assassinate another American citizen brings into relief one basic fact: the United States is run by criminals.

The Times article revealed the name of an American citizen who had been placed on the so-called “kill list” for drone assassination. Due to a number of contingencies, the life of Texas-born Mohanad Mahmoud Al Farekh was ultimately spared. He was captured in a raid in Pakistan last year and was taken to the United States to face trial in Brooklyn, New York.

It has been known since 2010 that the Obama administration had decided to place at least one US citizen on its “kill list” of targets for drone assassination. This was Anwar al-Awlaki, who was assassinated in Yemen on September 30, 2011, many…

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Spoils of War: How Private Military Contractors Legally Steal From Taxpayers

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Who is Afraid of Conspiracy Theories? (Follow-Up)

This is a follow-up post to Who is Afraid of Conspiracy Theories? Mainstream Media’s Schizophrenic Attitude Towards “Conspiracy Theories” By Seppo Ilmarinen Global Research, April 12, 2015 Sott Late February the Finnish publication Iltalehti published a sensational news headline about conspiracy theories: Now it is proven: conspiracy theorists are fools living in a bubble The internet is the … Continue reading Who is Afraid of Conspiracy Theories? (Follow-Up)

Something’s Brewing: #22

Read the following article, and then tell me your government isn't planning war-like actions against its own people: “It’s Just a Training Exercise”: Army Special Ops Shoot Down Jade Helm Conspiracy Theories Mac Slavo Activist Post The Special Operations Command for the U.S. Army may be preparing to blend in during its mock engagement of … Continue reading Something’s Brewing: #22