Another Unarmed Black Man Is Fatually Shot
A policeperson Duties
A Policeperson duty is to protect and serve and protect the public by preventing and enforcing laws that was created for all mankind even Black men. Young Black men are killed
June 27 the supreme court ruled that a policeman did not have a constitutional duty to protect and serve. If a policeman is not to protect and serve the public, then what are the jobs of a policeperson
Three LAPD officers shoot and Killed a Black unarmed homeless man allegedly fighting over one of the cops guns. The video showed four cops struggling with one Afro-American when the sound of five gunshots ring out.
The Afro-American kill was known to all as "Africa", he lives on Skid Row for a few months after being released from a mental Health Facility. "Africa" was unarmed without a weapon stated an I witness.
Another witness said that "Africa" was in an argument with someone else when cops enter his tent dragging him out before he started to fight them.
Yolanda Young, said they used excessive and extreme force on him, she could hear them wrestling him down they call for back up and start shooting. One man versus five cops, with guns with no regard for human life, just another Black man off our street. How many Blacks have to die without justification? How do Afro-Americans protect themselves from gun-happy cops, who have no morrows about who they Kill?
Young Black Men Are Being Killed
Michael Brown was killed with no course of justice, an unarmed Black man shot six times by one cop. In Ferguson, Mo a joke was made about The president of the United State" what Black man holds a steady joke more than four years. Read between the lines about racism in the Police Department in Ferguson Mo.
Trayvon Martin was killed by a security Guard George Zimmerman for walking across the lawn to his father house, he was seventeen and unarmed. George Zimmerman was not a cop.
In Cleveland 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shoot because he was playing with a toy gun, the child died the next day
Timothy Loehman shot the boy a few minutes after he arrived at the scene. It was the official duty to call for back up or stand behind his vehicle and find out while the 12-year-old had a gun. It was easier to shoot the 12 years and ask questions later.
In Madison Wis. another young 19 year Afro- America life was taken by a Police-man. There was an altercation with the victim when he was shot, there was no weapon or gun found at the crime scene, apparently, the young man was unarmed.
Every week a young unarmed Afro-America man is shot by cops, we must ask ourselves why?