RIP Robin Williams. Dude was a seriously underrated actor. He was so much more than just a funny guy. Check him out in Insomnia and One Hour Photo to see what I am talking about.
His genius will be missed.
So this killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri continues to make national news.
The Negroes in the community are angry, and some of them have taken to the street to take out their frustrations.
I am watching a young man named Dorin Johnson on MSNBC right now, and he is telling the host that he was present at the scene when the police officer chased his friend and shot him in cold blood.
Black folks and the parents of (dark Negroes) all over America are once again having "the talk" with their children, because they understand that the next child who feels the sting of a policeman's bullet could be their own.
Of course it's not only black men who are catching it from the po po. Black women have been getting the business lately as well.
"A Brooklyn grandmother who had just taken a shower was dragged from her apartment by about 12 cops who then stood by for more than two minutes while she was naked in the hallway, according to video that emerged Friday.
Denise Stewart was in her Brownsville apartment on July 13 when police — responding to a domestic disturbance call at the building — pounded on her door at 11:45 p.m. and demanded entry.
Stewart, 48, cracked the door wearing only a towel wrapped around her body and underpants — and was yanked into the hallway by cops over the screams of her family and neighbors.
The video shows a chaotic scene as a dozen or so male officers burst into Stewart’s apartment, while several others struggle to subdue and cuff the nearly naked woman in the hallway outside.
Stewart’s towel got lost in the scuffle, leaving the grandmother dressed only in underpants." [Source]
And then there is poor Marlene Pinnock, who is finally speaking out about her terrible ordeal.
"Marlene Pinnock said she thought she was going to die as a California Highway Patrol officer straddled her, repeatedly punching her head, on the side of a Los Angeles freeway.
During an hour-long interview with The Associated Press on Sunday — her first public comments since the July 1 incident was caught on now-viral video by a passing driver — Pinnock spoke haltingly or in a whisper, occasionally putting her hands to her temples and grimacing.
Her attorney Caree Harper frequently interrupted her and limited her responses to a reporter's questions.
"He grabbed me, he threw me down, he started beating me, he beat me. I felt like he was trying to kill me, beat me to death," Pinnock said. Pinnock was released from the hospital last week after several weeks of treatment for head injuries and now slurs her speech..." [Source]
You all remember her, right? She is the woman who caught the Rodney King treatment from some cop living out his Gestapo fantasies on the California taxpayer's dime.
She was lucky, because she is still here to tell her story.
Poor Michael Brown, on the other hand, has to depend on people like Dorin Johnson to tell his story for him.