May 10, 2015
Radical freedom fighting Dindu tribe members have taken the fight to the enemy and killed two cops in Mississippi.
The revolution has begun, and the message is clear: free everything is not nearly enough to make up for Blacks having been slaves two hundred years ago. The oppressed victim Blacks must get triple free everything, eternally, and they must never again be arrested for anything, ever.
Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown and Freddie Gray were randomly murdered by White cops for no reason. Now the time has come for cops to be randomly murdered.
Two suspects accused of killing two Mississippi police officers Saturday night were reportedly arrested early Sunday morning.
The Hattiesburg American reports that Curtis Banks was brought to the Mississippi Highway Patrol Troop J headquarters at around 3 a.m. local time. His brother Marvin Banks was arrested about two hours earlier.
The Jackson Clarion-Ledger reported that as reporters were asking Curtis Banks if he had shot two of the Hattiesburg patrolmen he blurted out “no sir, I didn’t do it.”
The killings prompted a statewide manhunt for the two suspects late Saturday.
Warren Strain, a spokesman for the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, said one Hattiesburg officer had initially stopped a 2000 Gold Cadillac Escalade in an industrial part of the city at around 8:30 p.m. local time Saturday. A second officer arrived afterward to assist him and that is when shots were fired. Those were reported to be the first deaths on the Hattiesburg police force in three decades.
A Hattiesburg Police Department spokesman, Lt. Jon Traxler told The Associated Press the officers who died were 34-year-old Benjamin Deen and 25-year-old Liquori Tate.
“All I know right now is that there was a traffic stop and someone started shooting at them and both of the officers were struck,” Traxler said. He said he didn’t know how many shots were fired, or exactly by whom, adding that was now part of the investigation.
The Clarion-Ledger reports these are the first Hattiesburg officers to die in the line of duty in 30 years. It said Tate was a recent police academy graduate while Deen was a K-9 officer who had been honored as the department’s “Officer of the Year” in 2012.
Hear that, racists? He says he didn’t do it. But instead of accepting that as an obvious fact, and acknowleging the reality that it is much more likely that a White man shot these officers (especially since by the names it appears that at least one and maybe both are Black), the racist justice system will convince these two upstanding gentleman based on pure hate alone.
The point is, whether they did it or didn’t do it, it doesn’t matter. If they did it, they did it because of slavery 200 years ago and ongoing oppression and microaggressions against them. The real guilty party is the police and all White people.
Just look at their faces:
Do these look like the faces of murders, or in fact the faces of oppressed victims who have been subjected to both slavery and institutionalized oppression – and microaggressions to boot?