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The Gist of Freedom is pleased to welcome Arthur Browne, author of One Righteous Man:Samuel Battle and the Shattering of the Color Line in New York!
In this Sept. 4, 1941 file photo, Lt. Samuel Battle gets a kiss from his 4-year-old granddaughter, Yvonne, at City Hall, where he was sworn in as the city's first black parole commissioner. AP Photo, File
In his latest book, Browne — who currently serves as the Daily News editorial page editor — presents a biography of New York City’s first African-American police officer. Based on an unfinished manuscript by Langston Hughes and Browne’s own research, “One Righteous Man” tells the story of Samuel Battle’s groundbreaking rise through the ranks of the NYPD, a decades-long odyssey that is both the story of one man’s unwavering dedication to racial progress and a harbinger of the divisions between police and the communities they serve that plague America today.
Good Morning and welcome to the Seriouside of the jrilshow. This morning we will be discussing the following topics:
9:00-9:30- SIX: sSix black women have died in police custody in the last month
9:35-10:00-Just another day in America: This officer was charged with murder but what about the other two officers that were on the scene?
10:05-Life after the last ride on Marine One?-According to presidential historians, President Obama has been the most successful POTUS in this nation's history! What happens after his last ride on Marine One?
"Police Officer Turn Whistleblower," is the title of today's episode of Center Stage. Sgt Cheryl Dorsey and Alex M. Salazar, both members of the National Coalition of Law Enforcement Officers a.k.a NCLEO will be my guests. NCLEO is an organization of current, former, and retired members of law enforcement who are now whistleblowers against their police departments. Sgt Cheryl Dorsey and Alex M. Salazar along with other members of NCLEO just returned from Washington DC, where they spoke to members of congress about their organization and how to better combat police brutality.
Host: Jerry Williams covers all the latest news topics(Hidden News) Banned from the public by the Elite Government.
I will discuss Politics,Planned Parenthood Lies and the Sam Dubose killing.
Was Former Officer Ray Tensling in the wrong for his actions by killing Sam Dubose or was it justified?
Politics: Who is behind Donald Trump- Wait until you hear this....
We have all the latest news on Jade Helm and the New World Order is coming-
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This is what the Left Wing media and Liberals in Madison Wisconsin are saying about this police officer NOT charged in the death of Tony Robinson yesterday.
Tony Robinson was killed after he decided to attack Officer Matt Kenny. Tony Robinson after getting high on several drugs began attacking people on the street in Madison Wisconsin. Robinson was then heard inside an apartment beating up another person.
Officer Kenny heard fighting and things breaking in the apartment. After radioing dispatch, Officer Kenny entered the apartment where he was attacked by Robinson and subsequently drew his weapon and shot Robinson.
After the District Attorney came with his decision on Tuesday afternoon Protest lasted for a few hours.
We, once again are faced with people wanting to blame those that protect us for actually doing their job. To say that I will have strong words on this show goes without saying!
Public records received via Washington State's Publc Records Act confirm beyond any shadow of a doubt that Duvall Police Officer Lori Batiot is guilty of gross RICO and civil rights violations.
Lori Batiot will be sued on Juen 14, 2015, along with John E. Pennington and Crystal Hill Pennington ( aka Crystal Berg)
after police reocrds from the City of Duvall confirm that Lori Batiot took predicate acts against a journalist, attempting to get the Gold Bar Repoter charged with a crime, for inforning the public that John E. Pennington is a pedophile
NCLEO is an acronym for the National Coalition of Law Enforcement Officers. This organization is a group of current and former law enforcement officers turn whistleblowers. They reported abuses they observed in their police departments and have since gone public with the information. Recently the members of NCLEO went to Washington to speak to congress about police brutality. Tonight Alex M. Salazar and Sgt Cheryl Dorsey two members of NCLEO will be our guests, they will tell us about their experiences as police officers and why they decided to become a whistleblowers.
Officer Sonny Kim's Funeral Live in Cincinnati Ohio. Sonny served for the CPD. News coverage live
From Robert Freeman, "I was once a well conditioned and idealistic young police officer who wanted to help and protect people and after many years in that profession I came to understand things are not quite what there seemed. Unltimately my police career ended and I am now a retired policeman in a continual fight for my entitlements as a sufferer of PTSD and the clinical depression which accompanies that change in my human function. I am an Australian male born in 1960 in a large rural town in the south eastern area of this country. My father was a sportsman and trucking contractor while mum was a nurse prior to the commencement of the family. I am second of four children and the eldest of three brothers. I joined the police cadets as a 16 year old in 1977. I was a country boy and city life was completely foreign to me. The saving grace was we lived in an old 1930's hotel near the main railway station in Melbourne. I loved the cadet training. I excelled in most all the aspects of this training and while I completed and graduated high school from the cadet academy I was also voted as the Senior Cadet. My first real notable experience came in the latter part of 1977 when after we had returned from a tour of Tasmania. I had a strange experience there I had what I would describe as my 'Jesus' experience. This was about the 20th August 1977. I felt there was a presence in the room (I was alone in my room at the academy this weekend after our trip, and I felt the urge to give my truth to Jesus Christ). I was not a religious person as such and I was not made to attend church as a boy growing up. The story about how my police career came to a halt and what transpired during the period leading to that and the occurrences which followed are intertwined and quite interesting. Suffice it to say my life was in the process of an irreversible transition".
The stories are becoming all too familiar - Oscar Grant, John Crawford III, Eric Garner, Freddie Gray, Tamir Rice, Sandra Bland, and many others whose names don't make national headlines. #BlackLivesMatter has become the cry of the African-American community as the lives of young Black men and women are taken at the hands of police while unarmed. Why are people of color stopped, searched, arrested, and killed in disproportionate numbers compared to their Caucasian counterparts? How can unarmed "suspects" such as John Crawford III or Oscar Grant get shot on site when people who commit heinous acts - such as James Eagan Holmes who killed 12 and injured 70 in a crowded movie theatre - are arrested and given every benefit of the doubt? Let's discuss it and find some real solutions beyond the hashtags. Because of the nature of this subject matter, parental discresion is advised for children under 13.
Racial prejudice—and the systemic injustice that incorporates racial bias into our policing—is eating us up from the inside like a cancer. This is a national disgrace, and if we don't do something about it, we will all pay a terrible, terrible price.The conditions in America do not have to be identical to Nazi Germany in the 1930s and 1940s for America to be a police state and a fascist dictatorship! If we examine the essence of a police state--destruction of Constitutional rights, genocidal murder of the working class by capitalist predators, deliberate criminal acts by government officials--then America in the twenty-first century is unquestionably a police state!.Tonight we will discuss The United Police States of America.
Unless you've been under a rock or on a distant planet you have seen the plethora of Black citizen being brutalized by law enforcement. We march, We plead and we beg for justice and our cries seem like they are falling on deaf ears.
They tell you "All Cops Aren't bad". If this is true why is it that every time a Cop becomes a whistle-blower he quickly becomes an Ex-Cop?
A Baltimore City cop who attempted to hold his fellow officers accountable for on the job misconduct has been intimidated to the point of leaving the police force entirely.
Detective Joe Crystal became a target of intimidation for his entire department after testifying against other officers in a misconduct case. Following his testimony, he received threats from other officers, and even found a dead rat on his car one day.
“He saw a wrong and decided he couldn't live with himself and did the right thing and was punished, I think that’s just unbelievable,” Nicholas Panteleakis, Crystal’s lawyer said.
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/good-cop-dead-rat-car-testifying-officers/#H5mgFxpv0Reef7wb.99
Seems like their are two types of Cops. Bad Cops and ex-Cops. What do you think?
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