We find it quite the cowinkydink that the most egregious cases of excessive force are taking place in big blue cities. The latest surreal incident involves a black man, one Rayshard Brooks, being gunned down in Atlanta. Curiously, the Atlanta police department that’s involved is 58% black. The Chief of Police is black. The Democrat mayor is a black. The County Prosecutor is black. Thus, this police force, logically, should rank low for rogue white racist cops.
In another odd cowinkydink, we learned that Brooks, a 27-year-old carpenter, conducted an interview four months prior to his death. What are the odds? Seriously. In the interview, he states that the justice system treats people like animals.
How did this interview come about? According to the company that conducted the interview, Brooks responded to a Craigslist ad asking for people to share their stories about parole or probation. The ad was placed by a company called Reconnect (“a public benefit corporation”) that is creating what it believes are better solutions for parole and probation monitoring, such as app-based drug testing and lightweight ankle monitors. With its branding, it’s easy to mistake it for a social justice foundation.
So, from the interview — and this interview alone (not the Lugenpresse) — we learn that Brooks at the time of his death was probably on parole and wearing an ankle monitor. Brooks complains about how hard it is to overcome the setback of incarceration and how horrible prison system is. Apparently, it wasn’t bad enough to scare him straight.
Parole helps to explain why Brooks tried to fight off two cops in order to avoid arrest for a DUI. Though we don’t know for what crime he was on parole, a violation of that parole with a DUI would surely send him back to prison to serve out the rest of his sentence and then some.
Here’s another important detail that the lying U.S. broadcasters and politicos didn’t tell you or show you. Brooks wasn’t just “sleeping in his car in a parking lot.” A longer video (below) shows police responding to a 911 call at Wendy’s restaurant. An unresponsive man in idling in the drive through. That’s right. Brooks wasn’t just “sleeping in the parking lot,” which is the narrative we’ve all been sold. The video shows him passed out behind the wheel of his car, engine running, and a long line of cars behind him waiting to order food.
A policeman taps on his window and tries to wake Brooks. It takes Brooks a while to come around and respond. After Brooks cracks open his door, the officer asks him to pull his car out of the line and motions for him to park in a space in the parking lot.
Brooks admits to having some drinks because it’s his dead mother’s birthday, and then it’s his girlfriend’s birthday, and then his daughter’s birthday. When a second officer arrives for backup, Brooks is given a field sobriety test and the breathalyzer. The cop holds up the device and you can see it reads 0.108. In most states, the legal limit is 0.08. Everything up to this point is uneventful, cordial.
Then the officer states that he believes Brooks has had too much to drink and can’t drive, and turns to cuff him. What happens next is asinine. Brooks panics, tries to twist away from officers and ends up wrestling with them on the ground. Brooks then somehow gets a hold of of one of the officer’s Taser guns and runs.
Much of the footage from this point onward is typical Crime Syndicate “Blair Witch Project” imagery.
Brooks, holding a Taser gun, tries to flee the scene on foot. The cops chase him on foot, one cop with a Taser. Then Brooks, as he’s running toward a car waiting in the Wendy’s drive through line, turns and fires the Taser gun at the cop behind him. You hear a few gunshots and Brooks goes down. Then, edited into the footage for true “Blair Witch” effect, we hear officers continue to scuffle with Brooks while we’re shown strange video of an empty parking lot and the sky.
Of course, if the incident is taken at face value, the officers, who had access to their vehicles, could have easily followed the slow-running and intoxicated Brooks and apprehended him using non-lethal means. But as you can see, this incident was designed to provide fuel for both sides of the dialectic. To top it off, the Wendy’s restaurant was burned to ground by protesters the next day.
For illustration, let’s take a look at another police shooting of a black suspect in 2016. This was Baton Rogue, La., and involved a 37-year-old black man, one Alton Sterling.
The images were sketchy, but a “second video” was released. It shows Sterling pinned to the ground and the officer unholstering his gun. Watch starting at minute 00:00:35. It’s Blair Witch style blurred right at the crucial moment (00:00:45), when the video records the report of a shot. There are several more shots that follow, yet the video doesn’t capture any useful imaginary. Per usual, this is very suspicious timing as far as what the viewer is allowed to see. But then again, there should be CCTV footage, no? Alas, none was ever made public.
If Sterling was shot at this range, there is zero sign of impact or trauma from the video. Even presuming Sterling was shot, we have no reference as to why police took this action. Did Sterling have a hold of a weapon? We hear a narrative but again no clues from this so-called video “evidence.” Sterling had a lengthy criminal rap sheet. There is lots of divide-and-conquer Hegelian dialectic and strangeness on all sides with this one.
In Atlanta last week, Brooks died at the scene. Within hours, the two police officers were fired and one was charged with 11 felony counts, including murder. The following day, Atlanta Police Chief Erika Shields resigned. In protest, Atlanta police officers since Wednesday have stopped responding to calls in three of the department’s six zones, multiple sources within the Atlanta Police Department told CNN.
All officers in Zones 1, 3, 5, and 6 of APD have pretty much walked out, most likely due to the charges brought against the officers involved in the Brooks shooting
I’ve been listening to Zone 6 Atlanta Police radio traffic for the last hour. There are 15 – 20 minute periods of absolute silence amid reports of officer walkouts. This clip was shared with @CherylPreheim by a police source. It’s from Zone 3. The code 69 is Person With a Gun. pic.twitter.com/hkmbC5VF0Q
— Brendan Keefe (@BrendanKeefe) June 18, 2020
The walk out, or Blue Flu as it’s sometimes called, is entering its fourth day. The department was already understaffed. Meanwhile, in other big blue cities, the fiasco of defunding the police continues as police turn in their badges.
To our eyes, this operation seems planned and organized as a subversive effort to destabilize these cities. The end goal is police state and national control along the Cheka model.
Atlanta is trying to downplay the walkout, despite the report from the police union. They did not explain why their radio traffic is silent in multiple zones. Politically driven national broadcasters hardly mention it, if at all.
Black Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance-Bottoms requested mutual assistance from Cobb and Gwinnett counties, which had initially withdrawn their mutual aid after the D.A.’s choice to arrest the college Taser Incident officers. They refused.
I bet we’re going to learn how much fireproofing has been incorporated into Atlanta’s infrastructure since Sherman.
The other element of this police-neutering operation is the failure to incarcerate dangerous criminals. We now learn that the dindu who knocked down that 92-year-old woman has been arrested 103 times and for many serious offenses.
This is not just a big blue city issues either. Trump and the GOP are infested with Trojan Horse fifth columnists as well. They have failed to defend the law, property and heritage.
The Atlanta D.A. Paul Howard is under investigation, by the way — not just for how he’s handled the Brooks incident. He’s under criminal investigation himself by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation for allegedly funneling $140,000 in taxpayer money, using a fake non-profit and city of Atlanta funds, in order “to supplement his salary.”
Note how in this press conference, during which he announces the charges against the officers, he never mentions any wrongdoing on the part of Mr. Brooks. We go from “Mr. Brooks was almost jovial” and “Mr. Brooks was cooperative” to “Mr. Brooks was murdered.”
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