Seattle Police Shooting Of Pregnant Woman Video Released

Seattle Police Shooting Video Released

Consistent with policy, SPD is releasing video of June 18th's officer involved shooting. While recognizing that the release of information can be source of tension during active, ongoing investigations, SPD also believes that transparency throughout the investigation of deadly force incidents is essential to maintaining public trust.

At the 7 minute mark in the video it shows hallway video footage but not a direct view of the incident. From my perspective it doesn't seem like the officers showed signs of urgency, in other words its hard to believe a woman has a knife by the calm demeanor of the officers in the hallway. Not all is clear from this video but you can clearly see theirs seems to be no immediate threat.

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Tupac Shakur Interview 1994 NYC

Tupac Shakur Interview 1994 NYC

In November 1993, Shakur and others were charged with sexually assaulting a woman in a hotel room. Shakur denied the charges. According to Shakur, he had prior relations days earlier with the woman that were consensual (the woman admitted she performed oral sex on Shakur). The complainant claimed sexual assault after her second visit to Shakur's hotel room; she alleged that Shakur and his entourage raped her. As a result of the trial, Shakur was convicted of first-degree sexual abuse, and acquitted of the weapons and sodomy charges. The judge described the crimes during the sentencing of Shakur to 1½–4½ years in prison, as "an act of brutal violence against a helpless woman." While appearing on the Arsenio Hall Show, Shakur stated he was innocent of all charges and he was hurt that "a woman would accuse me of taking something from her" when he was raised by and was surrounded by females.

In October 1995, Shakur's case was on appeal but because of his considerable legal fees he could not raise the $1.4 million bail. After serving nine months of his sentence, Shakur was released from the Clinton Correctional Facility on October 12, 1995, due in large part to the help and influence of Suge Knight, the CEO of Death Row Records, who posted a $1.4 million bail pending appeal of the conviction, in exchange for Shakur releasing three albums under the Death Row label. On April 5, 1996, a judge sentenced him to serve 120 days in jail for violating terms of his release on bail.

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Two Inmates Escape Prison Van During Transfer

Two Inmates Escape Prison van During Transfer 

EATONTON, Ga. (AP) -- A manhunt is under way in Georgia for two inmates accused of killing two guards on a prison bus Tuesday morning. Donnie Russell Rowe, 43, and Ricky Dubose, 24, overpowered and disarmed the two guards around 5:45 a.m. as about 30 inmates were being driven between prisons, Putnam County Sheriff Howard Sills said in a news release. One of the two inmates then shot and killed both guards, Sills said. Rowe and Dubose then carjacked a getaway car and fled, armed with the officers' .40-caliber Glock pistols, Sills said. The Georgia Department of Corrections said in a tweet that people should call 911 and should not approach the men if they see them. The FBI said the fugitives were last seen getting into a "grass green," four-door 2004 Honda Civic with the Georgia license plate number RBJ-6601, and driving west on state Highway 16 toward Eatonton, southeast of Atlanta. The Georgia Department of Corrections identified the guards as Christopher Monica and Curtis Billue, both officers at Baldwin State Prison. Monica had been with the department since October 2009 and Billue since July 2007. U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said during testimony before a Senate budget panel in Washington Tuesday morning that federal resources are being committed to help catch the fugitives. "An attack on any American law enforcement officer is an attack on every American law enforcement officer and the principles we all believe in," he said. Both men have been serving long sentences for armed robbery and other crimes, according to the Department of Corrections website. Rowe had been in prison since June 2002, and Dubose had been in prison since July 2015.

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The Modern Thug Prayer – Jesus by Amagiri Young
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Jesus by Amagiri Young

The Modern Thug Prayer - Jesus

“The modern thug angel prayer”

“I know Jesus looking down on me, he hear these people talking down on me”. With all the reminisce of Tupac's “Is there a heaven for a G”, Amagiri Young is back with his street prayer in “Jesus”.

Jesus is a philosophical story of a man questioning god for ways of the world and also wanting to connect with the creator to more get an understanding of our roots from the man that created our human race. Coming out in a perfect time where politics as well as social acceptance and unexplainable events rush the headlines daily, Young gives listener’s a chance to pray with him and gives you a glimpse into the mind of Amagiri. Young has a vast array of songs in his catalog that reaches every listener so you can not have a favorite song cause he makes it easy to connect with him. Jesus gives shows he can not only keep it street with the grimy beat but the consciousness of a Kendrick Lamar or a J Cole of his time.

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Chronicling his life into a story and also giving the readers a different side and much deeper side of him he mentions and ask a lot of things we ourselves sometimes wonder. Channeling the struggles of his life and also the providing the setup of the lyricist of the 80's and early 90’s his song educates as well and tells a story of a person having a private conversation with our maker. The compare and contrast to compare negative forces coming from the saved and heavenly worshipped “church folk”, to the questions of if Jesus is a man embodying the creations he himself help make. Amagiri proves why he is the lyricist of 2017 and the future to come Jesus is a heavenly spirit with an underlying purpose to educate and also learn as well as insight. With Amagiri we get the thing music now days is missing great story telling with a purpose and no commercial smoke and mirrors.

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Bosnian Teenager Crushes 111 Building Blocks With His Head

 

Bosnian Teenager Crushes 111 Building Blocks With His Head

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A Bosnian Teenager Crushes 111 Building Blocks With His Head.

Kerim Ahmetspahic a 16 year old black belt junior champion in taekwondo, managed to break a hundred and eleven building blocks with just his head. 

No official word yet if Guinness World Records was at the event held in the city of Visoko, but they were at a previous event about a year ago where the teen set a similar record.

A Bosnian Teenager Crushes 111 Building Blocks With His Head. Breaks world record at just 16 years of age. kerim broke 111 blocks in 35 seconds with just his head (wow). Kerim flipped 20 times in the matter of seconds breaking each row of blocks as he pursued to break the world record.

The average adult would most likely pass out during the first block attempt, therefore my question is are they trained to break building blocks while ignoring the pain or does Kerim has some sort of medical condition where he doesn't have any feeling in his head?

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Daycare Worker Pushes Child Down Stairs

Daycare Worker Pushes Child Down The Stairs

A Delaware County daycare worker is facing charges after video captured a horrific incident, in which the worker pushed a 4-year-old girl down a flight of steps.

It happened around 5:15 p.m. Friday at Childcare of the Future in the 700 block of Secane Avenue in Primos.

In a news conference Monday evening, Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood said 52-year-old Sarah Gable of Folcroft pushed the little girl down a flight of steps.

A camera, installed just a half hour before the incident, captured it all on video.

Gable is now charged with simple assault, harassment, and endangering the welfare of the child. She is now free on $25,000 secured bond.

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North Carolina Officer Body Slams 15 Year Old Female
North Carolina Officer Body Slams 15 Year Old Female

Various News Reports - have broadcast this disturbing video of a school resource officer body slamming a 15 year old female student.

The student said she was attempting to breakup a fight between two other students when the officer came and body slammed the hundred pound girl.

Sources say the officer has been placed on payed leave pending a internal investigation.

 

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NYPD Officer Kills 66 Year Old Bronx woman

NYPD Officer Kills 66 Year Old Bronx Woman

A NYPD Officer is under scrutiny after killing a 66 year old Bronx Woman who suffers from Schizophrenia.

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Man Gets Away With Killing Swat Officer

Man Gets Away With Killing Swat Officer 

Swat Officer Killed

Let’s start in Prentiss, Mississippi on the night of December 26, 2001. Police carried out a no-knock raid on the home of Cory Maye during a raid on his neighbor Jamie Smith, a known drug dealer who lived on the other side of Maye’s duplex. Upon hearing a crash at his back door, Maye rushed to grab his .380 caliber pistol, unaware that the intruders were police. Maye fired 3 shots into Officer Ron Jones, killing him with a final fatal shot. About a gram of marijuana was found. In 2004, Cory Maye was sentenced to death by lethal injection. However, after 2 retrials and 10 years in prison, Maye signed a plea agreement pleading guilty to manslaughter and was released in 2011.

Now let’s fast-forward to January 17, 2008 in Chesapeake, Virginia. 28-year-old Ryan Frederick heads to bed at 8:00 pm to be ready for his morning shift just to be immediately awoken by crashes at his front door. Frederick grabs his pistol, looks out of his room, and sees unknown intruders smashing in his door. In defense of himself and his home, he fired his gun at the front door, striking and killing Officer Jarrod Shivers. It should be noted that 3 days prior to the police raid, Frederick’s home had in fact been invaded. It would later be revealed that the intruder was actually a police informant that broke in and searched his home for probable cause for a raid. In February 2009, he was sentenced to the maximum 10 years in prison for manslaughter.

Then more recently, we have the case of 49-year-old Marvin Louis Guy. In the early hours of May 9th, 2014, police executed a no-knock raid on Guy’s home. Upon their forced entry, they were greeted with gunfire from Guy, resulting in the death of Officer Charles Dinwiddie. A warrant for the raid was issued after a police informant claimed to have seen cocaine being trafficked through Guy’s apartment. After the raid, only a glass pipe was found and nothing to suggest he was trafficking drugs. Marvin Guy is awaiting trial but is facing charges for capital murder which is punishable by death.

See a pattern here? A SWAT team aggressively invades somebody’s home in a no-knock raid based on information from a snitch, officer gets killed in an act of self-defense, the information turns out to be illegitimate, and then the people defending themselves and their property from unknown invaders are charged with capital murder or manslaughter. And coincidentally, they all happen to be drug-related cases. But a grand jury in Texas broke that pattern when they dropped all charges related to theshooting and killing of Deputy Adam Sowder during another botched no-knock raid.

On December 19th, 2013, 9 Burleson County Sheriff’s Department raided the home of Henry Magee and his pregnant girlfriend in. Magee believed that his home was being robbed, so to protect himself and his girlfriend, Magee grabbed his gun and opened fire on the unidentified intruders, resulting in the death of Adam Sowders.

The SWAT raid was executed based on information from yet another police informant. Officers believed they would find a major marijuana grow operation consisting of over a dozen six-foot plants and several firearms, including one that had been stolen from the department. Instead, they found 2 6-inch plants, under an ounce of marijuana, and 4 guns all legally owned by Magee.

“It was a tragic accident, but it wasn’t a crime,” Magee’s attorney Dick DeGuerin tells the press, “Hank did what a lot of people would have done under the circumstances[…] When awakened by a loud boom and somebody’s kicking in the door, they defend themselves.”

The grand jury found that Henry Magee acted in self-defense and dropped the murder charges. He was however indicted for possession of marijuana, and possession of a deadly weapon and illegal drugs is a felony (which in itself is completely outrageous). But aside from the ludicrous weapons charges and the absurdity of general US policy on marijuana, what’s important to recognize is the breaking of a cycle. The police fucked up, one of them got killed in the process, and a grand jury recognized that enough for a man to avoid manslaughter or capital murder charges which are, as mentioned earlier, punishable by death.

Now, before anybody starts getting all bent out of shape, allow me to clarify: this story isn’t good news to me because somebody got away with shooting a cop. This story is good news because in regards to the murder charges, I believe unconditional justice was served. These officers stormed into this man’s house where he and his pregnant girlfriend were sleeping, did not identify themselves as police officers, and got shot at. Aside from the basic fact that Magee himself pulled the trigger, it’s quite clear to see who is at fault: the unidentified intruders.

Still, the dropped murder charges don’t change the fact that Magee is being indicted on drug and weapons charges which also happen to be victimless. Henry Magee growing marijuana did not result in an officer being shot. Unnecessary force, lack of investigation, and senseless drug policies resulted in an officer being shot.

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