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This week on Beyond the Veil we will be interviewing Phillip Turner in regards to his altercation with the Arlington Police Department on September 30th here in North Texas. He was filming an incident which inevitably resulted in police retaliation. As we have always said, it is imperative to know and understand your rights because it is up to you to assert them on your own.
Join Switch Blade, Orlando Phoenix, Rush Perez, and special guest Phillip Turner on Wednesday 10/21/2015 at 7pm Central as we go into this issue in depth.
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Is the Police State Preparing for War With U.S. Citizens? Why are there so many Police Officers murdering us when we are at an all time low of crime? Why is this episode not as humious as the previous ones?
Your IT department whether in-house or outsourced is an integral part of your IT infrastructure well being. They not only must maintain your computers, servers and Internet connection, but to today they must be able to protect your data from a cyber attack. If they can do that with the least amount of loss and cost to you, Great! If not, they MUST be replaced. Too many small to mis-sized companies have been hacked and the majority of them wer not properly protected because their IT specialists were not up to snuff. Today's show will discuss what you can do to protect and prevent a cyber attack and what your IT department needs to know.
Yesterday we celebrated Thanksgiving, while many did so in fear. Today there are many protests planned in major shopping areas. What effect do these protests have on the general population and our police? Does the distraction that they create in a crowded mall provide for a perfect oppotunity for terrorists? Fox News is reporting that the FBI have 48 ISIS subjects under constant surveillance in an effort to twart a 'Paris style' attack.
How is all of this behavior affecting our police officers and policies today? Join in our discussion with author of 'Micheal Brown Jr. Didn't Have to Die', Ken Dye.
Call in or join our chat room. 347-850-8154
Tomorrow, Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, people around the country will rush to the stores to begin Christmas shopping. This day is known as Black Friday, because the shopping on this day is so heavy, it makes up for whatever deficit cash flow the store had which kept it in the red all year. Instead of being in a deficit, the stores see huge profits on Friday, because of all the shopping. Hence, it's known as Black Friday. But this year, the anger over police brutality, repeated injustice, and administrations that turn a deaf ear to the cries of th people, have led the the launching of a national campaign to boycott Black Friday, and to abandon the Christmas shopping season altogether, in order to cripple the American economy. How can the withdrawal of the African Americans $1.3 trillion spending power convince lawmakers to do something to stop police misconduct? Our guests today discuss this strategy. Mike Holman with the Stop Mass Incarceration Network, Revin Fellows with the National Black Agenda, and Cassiopia Sledge with TheBlackMall.com.
Nov/18/2015 RAG BLOG TALK TEAM will be discussing the subject Police Brutality and the victims who are affected by it.We will discuss different issues such as 1.Why are black people worldwide afraid of the white man, 2.Police or Government brutality case by case and 3.Generational fear study (holocaust) are black people affected by it?. We will also give our solutions to these issues as well Like Homeschooling and Policing our own communities.
It's time to revisit the controversial topic of "Police Brutality" with a focus on the young lady from SC who was choked and slammed by school Police Officer Ben Fields who was placed on leave pending the outcome of the investigation. It Just Got Real!
Call in # 347-838-9540
"The power is in the people, not the paper."
~ Danette Chavis, CEO and Founder of National Action Against Police Brutality and Murder.
Every eight(8) hours someone is killed by a police office in America. Conversely, law enforcement agents are convicted in less one(1) percent of these tragic incidents. Just to keep things in perspective, ThinkProgress.com reports that police in the United States killed more people than the UK did in the entire 20th century. In fact, it was twice as many; police in the UK only killed 52 people during that 100 year period.
Join Alex Primo and Asha Zuri Thursday, November 19, 2015 at 9 PM EST(6 PM PST, 7 PM MST, 8 PM CST) as we dissect, examine, and analyze police brutality, unjust murder, and the police state with our sister, activist, and freedom fighter Danette Chavis. Danette is the CEO and Founder of National Action Against Police Brutality and Murder. She has turned her personal tragedy into a fight for justice. Her quest is to hold police officers and their superiors accountable for their cruel and unusual behavior directed at the citizens of America.
Trust me, this is one episode that you do not want to miss. When Danette speaks, truth is heard and a call to action goes out to all with wisdom and understanding.
Plus the brother Dennis Jefferson with be stopping in for another summation of Monday night's Healthy Matters.
You can call-in to speak with Danette Chavis at (917)889-2830
You can simply log on here to just listen.
And Remember, Always Keep It Real and Keep It On Point! #One