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Real Talk #1 Drs. Dr. Harris & Dr. Kennedy Why Did Stockton Police Arrest Black Youth at the bus stop?
The 16-year-old Stockton boy shot on camera during a violent arrest, insisted Friday he did nothing wrong during the incident.
Emilio Mayfield was at the Stockton Transit Center Tuesday morning to catch a bus to school when police said he was in a lane marked for buses. Police spokesman Joe Silva said Mayfield was told to move, but he refused, then resisted arrest when the officer tried to cite him for trespassing.
The encounter was captured on camera, and it seems to show Mayfield grabbing a police baton being used against him.
"His baton is toward my chest, then goes to my neck, and he was choking me," Mayfield said. "I can hardly breathe, and I'm pushing it back."
Silva said police officer can't allow their weapons to be taken away.
"If people would just comply with a lawful order from a police officer and try not to take weapons away, force wouldn't have to be used," he said.
Silva said the incident is under administrative review. Any video shot by a police body camera won't be released because of the ongoing investigation.
The grandfather of Mayfield, Reggie Duncan, said Friday it hadn't been determined yet if the family would sue Stockton police for how the arrest was handled. http://www.abc10.com/story/news/2015/09/18/stockton-police-video-mayfield/72431142/
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This is a story of how my son was mysteriously murdered, his death covered up, and my struggle for justice and closure. My hopes are that after reading this you will sign our petition in an effort to get laws changed to help parents receive humane treatment, justice and closure.
On March 26, 1997, a police officer came to my door with all black on and a big black hat. He explained to me that my son was missing and had been chased into the water by a group of people after a fight broke out at San Diego’s Crown Point. The search started and stopped without me. I was told to stay at home by authorities that night and that the search would continue until 7am the next morning.
No closure 4 me no justice 4 Curtis! I knew my son was dead and that the cover-up had already begun. The police said “he could not swim” so he drowned accidently. I pleaded with my family and the police that this could not true as my son taught my daughters how to swim. He was the little man of the house. I began thinking the police and my family were right. I’m in mourning and love sick over the loss of my only son.
No closure 4 me no justice 4 Curtis! I woke up one morning and began my fight for closure 4 me and justice 4 Curtis. I started questioning the lifeguard and their words were harsh. They said “oh no you have to speak to the head”. They gave me no answers and demanded I get something in writing to obtain the lifeguard report. I left there with no closure 4 me and no justice 4 Curtis. I finally got the police report and discovered that my son had no pants and his body and all belongings were found at the same place they had rescued his cousin the night before.
God never Promised Anything That Was Not His Will . It Is Very Important That We Understand That This Is How It Is With The Promses Of God.
Real Talk 1 Drs. Dr. Harris & Dr. Kennedy Interview Jamel Thompson Part #2
Olivier unwittingly admits, in spite of what Mayor Ashley Swearengin touts, that displacing homeless people from encampments year after year has not decreased homelessness. In fact, it creates another issue: “Vagrants”, as Olivier would say. Definition: A person without a settled home or regular work who wanders from place to place.
Although Clint makes a distinction between the homeless and “vagrants” (after an opening statement that does not (“The damage done to our city by the homeless is out of control”), he doesn’t propose any way for the city to make that distinction in his plan. So let’s get one thing clear about Clint’s call-to-action to criminalize vagrancy: he’s not just targeting the people out to poop on your lawn. He’s targeting all homeless people.
What’s his big plan to end the siege of homeless people destroying the city? Make life more difficult for homeless people.
Council Member Clint Olivier
Phone: (559) 621-8000
FAX: (559) 498-2541
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