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Wednesday, July 05, 2017

Black Man in the Bronx Celebrates Fourth of July by Assassinating a Black Hispanic Female Cop; NYPD Commissioner James P. O’Neill Did an Affirmative Action Calculation, and Declared that Vic Did Not Deserve to Die, Unlike White Man Cop Who Defended Himself, and Whom O’Neill Seeks to Railroad on Fake Charges

 

“NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia was assassinated in the Bronx early Wednesday. [sic]”
 

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

A tip ‘o the hate to Countenance.

Miosotis Familia had no business being a police person. Since the mother of three was 48 at the time of her murder, and had been an officer for 12 years, she wasn’t hired until she was at least 35 years old. That’s way past the traditional age limit, but agencies like the NYPD and FDNY have trashed all hiring standards, in the interest of hiring unfit colored people and females. Mrs. Familia was both.

NYPD Commissioner James P. O’Neill pronounced, “This is absolutely an unprovoked attack.”

What on earth was that supposed to mean? Are there cops, whose murders were somehow "provoked"? According to Commissioner O’Neill, the answer is yes. White man cops.

There is at least one white man cop on the NYPD, who according to O’Neill, ought to have been murdered, but if more colored people try to murder more white men cops, then those cops will also deserve to die.

That cop, Sgt. Hugh Barry, did not feel like dying at the hands of a racist, black psychopath named Deborah Danner, so he shot her dead, when she tried to murder him with a baseball bat inside her apartment on October 18, 2016, 2016.

As the racial socialist New York Daily News, of all rags, reported, Sgt. Barry had followed the policy that cops are taught at the New York City Police Academy, in shooting Danner dead. However, as far as New York City’s communist mayor, Bill de Blasio (born Warren Wilhelm Jr.), was concerned, Sgt. Barry’s being a white man made the Academy rules and New York State law moot. De Blasio and his echo, O’Neill, lied about the NYPD’s rules, and pronounced the shooting a bad one.

The Bronx DA’s office also lied about NYPD regulations, and proceeded to charge Barry with murder, manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide.

According to De Blasio-Wilhelm, O’Neill, and black Bronx District Attorney Darcel D. Clark, because Deborah Danner was black, and Sgt. Hugh Barry was white, Danner had a license to kill, and Barry had a duty to die.

Thus, De Blasio-Wilhelm, O’Neill, and Clark have spearheaded a malicious prosecution of Sgt. Barry, and the first two also poisoned the jury pool by immediately condemning Barry.

I can only hope that Sgt. Barry gets a change of venue, is acquitted, successfully sues New York City for tens of millions of dollars, and that DA Clark is disbarred.

The chance is nil that justice will be meted out to DA Clark. She’s a black female, after all. De Blasio-Wilhelm is running virtually unopposed for re-election this year. O’Neill is a complete white Uncle Tom, but deBlasio-Wilhelm’s “former lesbian” wife, Chirlaine McCray, has always wanted a black commissioner, so she may dump O’Neill, no matter how much dirty work he does for his masters.

 


Mug shot of cop-killer Alexander Bonds
 

NYPD officer assassinated in police vehicle
By Larry Celona and Shawn Cohen
July 5, 2017 | 1:06 a.m.
New York Post

A police officer was fatally shot in the head while sitting in a police vehicle in the Bronx early Wednesday, according to law enforcement sources. The officer has been identified as 48-year-old mother of three Miosotis Familia.

Alexander Bonds, 34, came up and blasted Familia through the window without warning, sources said.

It seemed to be a deliberate “cop assassination,” one law enforcement source told The Post.

Bonds approached at 12:30 a.m. as Familia sat inside a temporary headquarters vehicle at East 183rd Street and Morris Avenue in Fordham Heights, according to sources.

Cops say Bonds was paroled in 2013 for a robbery in Syracuse after serving nearly seven years of an eight-year sentence. He was set to complete parole in May 2018.

Familia — a 12-year-veteran who was with the Anti-Crime unit of the 46th Precinct — was rushed to St. Barnabas Hospital, where she died during surgery.

“This is absolutely an unprovoked attack,” said NYPD Commissioner James P. O’Neill.

The commissioner said Bonds fired one round, after which the wounded officer’s partner called for backup.

Two other officers, Sgt. Keith Bryan and Officer Joseph Ayala, confronted Bonds about a block away and shot him dead, police said.

A bystander wound up being shot in the stomach, and was in stable condition at St. Barnabas. A silver revolver was found near the dead suspect.

Cops rushing to the scene were warned by radio to keep their patrol vehicle windows closed while responding.

At least five evidence cups covered spent rounds along Morris Avenue between 183rd and 184th streets.

Witness Jay Marzelli, 17, at first thought all the gunfire was fireworks.

“I was in this bodega right here on Crescent, just getting a sandwich and all of a sudden there was all this running and stuff going on and I look out, probably 40, 50, 60 cops screaming, ‘Call a paramedic, clear the block!’”
 


The firearm recovered from the suspect
DCPI [Deputy Commissioner for Public Information; the NYPD’s propaganda division]
 

“It looked like there was a riot going on … two seconds later I hear gunshots: bam, bam … and then the police officer was just laying there in front of the stationary precinct — right here on Crescent and [East 183rd].

“I saw an officer laying there in the ground unconscious in another officer’s arms. Police officers screaming, ‘Get the f—ing paramedics.’”

“It was crazy — just insane. There were police officers everywhere.”

The shooting recalled the assassination of two uniformed officers as they sat in their marked police car on a street in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, in December 2014.

Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos — both posthumously promoted to detective — were targeted for their uniforms, officials said at the time.

That shooter, Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28, had posted anti-police threats on his Instagram three hours before opening fire on the two officers’ vehicle.

Brinsley fled into a nearby subway and shot himself to death on a platform as cops closed in.

Additional reporting by Joe Marino