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Wednesday, June 27, 2018

NAACP WILL TRY TO FAN IMMIGRATION FLAMES IN GRAND RAPIDS TODAY (Wednesday, June 27)

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 8:14:00 P.M. EDT

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The NAACP has announced plans for a Wednesday rally demanding that children separated from their families at the border be reunited with them immediately.

The NAACP said the rally is being held in Grand Rapids because some 50 children separated from their families at the border are being housed in the area.

The rally is scheduled for noon Wednesday at the First Park Congregational Church on E. Park Place NE near Division Avenue and Fulton Street.

Following the rally, representatives with the NAACP organization at the local, state and national level will participate in a public demand for reunification. NAACP leaders say they will be flanked by leaders from the American Civil Liberties Union and other civil rights organizations.

GRA: As if we don't have enough minority garbage going on already in GR. The point of this "rally and march" is what?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

CASEY KASEM SAYS,"SW MICHIGAN NEGRO CRACKS FBI'S TOP 10 LIST--with a bullet."
ALSO NAACP RALLY FAILS TO DRAW A CROWD
BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (WOOD) — The FBI is adding a Berrien County fugitive to the bureau’s “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list.

Antwan "Tank" Mims, 40, is the main suspect in the deadly Benton Harbor shootings of 22-year-old Cortez Miller and 29-year-old Michael Johnson.

He is described by authorities to be around 5 feet 8 inches to 5 feet 11 inches tall and weigh between 210 pounds and 265 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Mims has tattoos on both hands and forearms as well as his upper right arm.

Mims, who is a known member of the Gangster Disciples street gang, should be considered armed and extremely dangerous. He has family and ties in Michigan, Indiana, Georgia, Tennessee, Illinois and Ohio.

Mims is accused of killing Miller and Johnson at a Benton Harbor house party on March 25 in front of about 100 people. Investigators believe Mims walked up to the victims as they stood in the front yard and shot them. As the victims were lying on the ground, it's alleged he shot Miller in the back of the head and Johnson in the face, then walked away.

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"Mims has remained in hiding and we need the public's assistance in finding this violent fugitive and menace to society,” said FBI Assistant Special Agent Jeffrey Downey.

This isn't the first brush with the law for Mims. He was charged in 2005 for killing three people during a home invasion, but those charges were dropped because there wasn't enough evidence, according to Berrien County Prosecuting Attorney Michael Sepic.

"We would have to reconsider (charges),” Sepic said. “That can be reconsidered. We have no decision on that at this time, however."

For family of the two victims, justice can't come fast enough.

"It's got to come to an end,” said Cortez Miller’s father, Brian. “It can only be resolved. You know what I'm saying -- please step up. It don't make you a snitch, you know, trying to help. Solve something that needs to be solved. Look at it as if it was one of yours."

The FBI dropped William Bishop from its most wanted list to make room for Mims. Bishop is wanted for allegedly murdering his wife and kids in 1976.
GRA:I wonder why he is getting so much attention from the FBI.He killed a couple blacks--that's normal for negro gangbangers.
Also today,the NAACP rally attracted only 100 people,as the blacks decided not to get off their porches for the Mexican immigrants...lol.A total failure.
--GR Anonymous