Tuesday, August 31, 2021

D.C.: blacks Kidnap Folks, Empty Their Card$$s; Chicongo: Tourists Robbed

By "W"
Tue, Aug 31, 2021 2:15 p.m.

D.C.: blacks Kidnap Folks, Empty Their Card$$s; Chicongo: Tourists Robbed

"W": It isn't a good idea to be walking around D.C. late at night-early a.m. And here the dm actually identifies the alleged perps as black:


Chicongo: tourists and others robbed at gunpoint by folks identified as black, driving a Mercedes:



Anonymous said...

"three or four Black males and one Black female,

YES. That is rare. They did identify by race.

Anonymous said...


(CNN)A Colorado grand jury indicted three police officers and two paramedics involved in the August 2019 death of Elijah McClain, a 23-year-old black man who was stopped by police while walking home from a store, placed in a carotid hold and then injected with ketamine, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser announced Wednesday.

Aurora Police officers Randy Roedema and Nathan Woodyard, former officer Jason Rosenblatt and Aurora Fire Rescue paramedics Jeremy Cooper and Peter Cichuniec were each indicted on charges of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide as part of a 32-count indictment.
In addition, Roedema and Rosenblatt were each indicted on one count of assault and one count of crime of violence, and Cooper and Cichuniec were each indicted on three counts of assault and six counts of crime of violence.

"We're here today because Elijah McClain is not here and he should be," Weiser said. "When he died he was only 23 years old. He had his whole life ahead of him and his family and his friends must now go on and must live without him."
The grand jury returned the results of the investigation on Thursday, nearly two years since McClain's death.

The indictment is in sharp contrast to prosecutors' initial conclusions in the case. In 2019, Adams County District Attorney Dave Young declined to bring criminal charges because he said prosecutors lacked evidence to prove the officers caused McClain's death or that their force was unjustified.

(GRA:Here's where the law gets thrown out).

But McClain's story gained renewed attention last June after the police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor and the rise of the black lives matter movement. Spurred by protests in Aurora and a viral online petition, Gov. Jared Polis announced a re-examination of the case last year. Weiser was appointed as special prosecutor and opened a grand jury investigation into the case in January.

GRA:McCLain flips out,has medical conditions--like Floyd--and dies.Now the anti-White mobs have more clout than the facts do in judicial matters. We have a seriously ill country--with Whites like Gov.Polis leading the assault on all of us.Whatever job or circumstance you may find yourself in can be changed to something illegal,if enough SJWs get together and change a gutless White person's mind.