nappyafro:

Bart & Lisa watch The Shield breakup

#facts

dynastylnoire:

writeswrongs:

By now I hope at least some of you have heard of Javier Payne, a 14-year-old black boy from the Bronx who was attacked by the NYPD last weekend as he was walking home from a hookah shop in his neighborhood.
Cops said he was fighting with another boy, a 13-year-old neighbor in the area. 
So what do you do when two boys are fighting? 
Well, if you’re the NYPD, and the boys in question are black, you throw one of them through a window, puncturing his lung. As he lies there with blood filling his lungs, you handcuff him and refuse to call an ambulance. When you do call an ambulance, you enter the protocol for an adult drunk, instead of a dying child. When the ambulance comes, you refuse to let the paramedics uncuff him. Even as the paramedics explain that this boy is dying, you argue that he’s faking it and that he deserves to die there on the street for fighting with another boy.  When you finally do let the paramedics uncuff him and take him to the hospital, you fail to report that you threw him through a glass window despite dozens of eye-witnesses reporting the opposite.  When you are called upon by the community to account for your actions, you decide to do an “internal investigation” - therefore being accountable to no one outside your division. You encourage the deregulation of police conduct and refuse to let outsiders investigate how you train your officers.
And what do you do, if you’re a concerned citizen who is tired of seeing this? You write Bill de Blasio and you ask him to start an outside investigation into police brutality.  Or at least that’s what I did. And if you want to cosign what I wrote him, you can do that here. And if you want to signal boost that for Javier Payne, you can do that too. You can sign my petition letter here.
(Photo Credit to Enid Alvarez for the New York Daily News)

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dynastylnoire:

writeswrongs:

By now I hope at least some of you have heard of Javier Payne, a 14-year-old black boy from the Bronx who was attacked by the NYPD last weekend as he was walking home from a hookah shop in his neighborhood.

Cops said he was fighting with another boy, a 13-year-old neighbor in the area. 

So what do you do when two boys are fighting? 

Well, if you’re the NYPD, and the boys in question are black, you throw one of them through a window, puncturing his lung. As he lies there with blood filling his lungs, you handcuff him and refuse to call an ambulance. When you do call an ambulance, you enter the protocol for an adult drunk, instead of a dying child. When the ambulance comes, you refuse to let the paramedics uncuff him. Even as the paramedics explain that this boy is dying, you argue that he’s faking it and that he deserves to die there on the street for fighting with another boy.  When you finally do let the paramedics uncuff him and take him to the hospital, you fail to report that you threw him through a glass window despite dozens of eye-witnesses reporting the opposite.  When you are called upon by the community to account for your actions, you decide to do an “internal investigation” - therefore being accountable to no one outside your division. You encourage the deregulation of police conduct and refuse to let outsiders investigate how you train your officers.

And what do you do, if you’re a concerned citizen who is tired of seeing this? You write Bill de Blasio and you ask him to start an outside investigation into police brutality.  Or at least that’s what I did. And if you want to cosign what I wrote him, you can do that here. And if you want to signal boost that for Javier Payne, you can do that too. You can sign my petition letter here.

(Photo Credit to Enid Alvarez for the New York Daily News)

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kiasleet:

#trying #soul #hiphop #trap

#Hardworking #SheGotNext #MyFriendGotTalent 

lux-luthor:

thinksquad:

A 17-year-old set up for a drug sting by the Huntsville Police Department last June died from injuries suffered during his arrest, according to a federal lawsuit filed last month.

The City of Huntsville today denied the allegations in the lawsuit.

"It’s very unfortunate that he died," City Attonrey Peter Joffrion said. "But I have full confidence the police officers responding on the scene, handled this matter appropriately."

The lawsuit filed by Nancy Smith, on behalf of her unnamed minor son who is listed as “N.S.,” alleges police used excessive force and violated the civil rights of the teen. The lawsuit names Huntsville Police Department Chief Lewis Morris, Huntsville Police Department Sgt. Dewayne McCarver and four unnamed Huntsville Police Department officers, including one female officer and the City of Huntsville.

The lawsuit does not list the location of the incident, but alleges that it began when police decided to enlist an 18-year-old as a confidential informant to make a drug purchase from N.S. in the case on June 13, 2013. The lawsuit claims the informant went to the Smith’s home to purchase a controlled substance from N.S. with officers waiting nearby to make an arrest, if needed.

The lawsuit claims at some point in the transaction a female plain clothes officers came running toward N.S. and did not identify herself as an officer, so he began walking in the other direction. An officer grabbed him and threw him to the ground, cuffed him and pepper-sprayed him, the suit claims.

N.S. began choking, the lawsuit alleges, and at some point another officer called for paramedics.

"Minor N.S. was lying on the ground, unable to move as a result of the police officer confining him beneath the weight of his body and the effects of being pepper sprayed in the face," the lawsuit argues. "While handcuffed, defendant officer was forcefully and unlawfully shoving his knees into minor N.S.’s back, further hindering minor N.S.’s ability to breathe. Minor N.S. was unable to move any part of his body.

"Although Minor N.S. continued to choke and lose consciousness, defendant officers refused to remove his handcuffs or allow him to sit upright to attempt to breathe."

The lawsuit contends that when paramedics arrived they told police N.S appeared lifeless and had no pulse.

Police told the paramedics N.S. had swallowed a bag of drugs, causing him to choke, the suit claims. In an effort to retrieve the alleged bag, police had shoved a sharp object into the teen’s throat, the lawsuit claims. No bag was retrieved at the scene or at the hospital where he was treated until his death, the lawsuit contends.

The lawsuit also claims N.S., who was 6 feet tall, 130 pounds, suffered two broken ribs as a result of the force used by police during the arrest, that the teen suffered cardiac arrest and his body had numerous bruises.

The teen died after five days in the hospital and has been dead for nine months, but the Madison County Coroner’s office has refused to release his autopsy report to the the teen’s mother, the lawsuit claims.

The suit also alleges the family has not been interviewed by any members of the Huntsville Police Department’s internal affairs division and the plaintiff contends it believes no internal investigation into the fatal incident has been completed.

The lawsuit seeks unspecified compensatory and punitive damages and asks that the defendants be ordered to address policies regarding use of confidential informants and investigations of excessive force.

http://blog.al.com/breaking/2014/04/city_of_huntsville_denies_wron.html

What the actual fuck?!

asktheteamofscientists:

hobgoblinhero:

danadies:

yes-master-thank-you-master:

The Kum and Go. Or as my mom called it, the ejaculate and evacuate.

Jizz and jet

shoot and scoot

blow your load and hit the road


Skeet and skidaddle

asktheteamofscientists:

hobgoblinhero:

danadies:

yes-master-thank-you-master:

The Kum and Go. Or as my mom called it, the ejaculate and evacuate.

Jizz and jet

shoot and scoot

blow your load and hit the road

Skeet and skidaddle

nappyafro:

Slaughterhouse - “SayDatThen”

nappyafro:

Кто пустил ее за руль?

Lmao

nappyafro:

Nicki Minaj at MTV Movie Awards

nappyafro:

Strongest of Them All - WWE Top 10

Luger slamming Yoko shoulda been waaaaay higher and that ECW may have been  the first ECW match I saw.