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It is Police Week, so LEWTFM and RescueHumor want to do a little special broadcast to cap off the week.
We don't have a plan for this show, except we will not allow Jay to play that dam Fire Engine song from our last episoid. But we will likely tell some stories, play some tunes and hope some of you call in to tell us some of your stories.
On the August 20th, 2014 Episode of Liberal Dan Radio:
Why run from the cops? I will discuss privilege, Ferguson, law enforcement, bigotry, homelessness, and more this week on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk From The Left, That's Right.
If you miss the live broadcast go to the blog post linked to to discuss the issue more.
Our Ricky Valero will have a live interview with Joshua Ormond one of the star's of the upcoming film Let's Be Cops.
Joshua will be talking about his upcoming film, what it was like on the set with his funny co-stars and much more.
Joshua Ormond has appeared in mutiple movies and TV shows over his young career. Make sure to hope on over to all his social media sites and give him a follow.
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review four new films. First, we'll review the new teen film based on the Lois Lowry book The Giver. Then we'll look at the new comedy Let's Be Cops. That's followed by Aubrey Plaza's latest effort Life After Beth. And we'll finish with Frank.
From the beating of Rodney King to the murder of Kelly Thomas, police tactics in the U.S. have become so heavy-handed that people are regularly being murdered by those ostensibly sworn ‘to protect and to serve’ them.
The militarization of police forces – particularly since 9/11, the steady erosion of civil rights via draconian laws, and an atmosphere of hysteria generated by the ‘War on Terror’ have all combined to place the police ‘above the law’.
But tyrannical and dictatorial repression is what ‘those other countries’ do, right? Why is it, then, that we constantly see headlines of people in the U.S. being beaten, tasered, and even shot to death for such minor infringements as traffic violations? Are cops ‘out of control’? Are they ‘just obeying orders’?
This week on SOTT Talk Radio we’re going to take a look at police brutality in the ‘land of the free’. Join us live this Sunday June 29th 2014, from 2-4pm EST (11am-1pm PST, 8-10pm CET).
TONIGHT 9PM- We are discussing a man and a woman who killed two cops eating lunch at a Vegas pizzeria and stole their weapons before progressing to a nearby Walmart and killing another person. Police said the suspects fled deeper into the store before the female killed the male suspect and then herself in "some kind of suicide pact." Dial 917.889.3926 to comment LIVE. Real Talk. Real People. Real Times. We are TM HYMAN RADIO.
This is another episode of "Conversations with Intelligent Black Men"
With yours truly Taq'uee Hicks and his conscious soldier and side kick Jaycee a.k.a. AfroBlack who will use his mic to stick' you wit some liberated Truth.......This Saturday's topic is a continuation of last subject matter is titled;
Crooked Cops, Black Ops and Police Brutality pt 2
This will be our conscious topic this Saturday on "Conversations with Intelligent Black Men" So don't hesitate to join us in a conscious discussion Ase. Toll free and as always it wont cost you a dime just a bit of your conscious time is all at 855-445-9340
Michael Brown was fatally shot by a local police officer.
Dorian Johnson said he was standing inches from Brown when the shooting occurred. He gave his account of the shooting.
"The officer is approaching us and as he pulled up on the side of us, he didn't say freeze, halt or anything like we were committing a crime. He said, 'Get the F on the sidewalk.'
After Johnson said the officer thrust open the door of his patrol car, hitting the pair, Johnson said the officer grabbed Brown around the neck and tried to pull him through the window. He said Brown never tried to reach for the officer's weapon.
"The second time he says, 'I'll shoot,' a second later the gun went off and he let go," Johnson said. "That's how we were able to run at the same time. The first car I see, I ducked behind for because I fear for my life. I'm scared. I don't know what's going on. I don't understand why this officer is shooting his weapon at us."
Johnson,says the officer pursued Brown and fired another shot. which struck Brown in the back. He said Brown turned and faced the officer with his hands raised.
"My friend started to tell the officer that he was unarmed and that he could stop shooting (him)," Johnson said. "Before he could get his second sentence out, the officer fired several more shots into his head and chest area. He fell dramatically into the fatal position. I did not hear once he yell freeze, stop or halt. it was just horrible to watch."