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***ATTENTION ALL UNITED STATES AMERICANS AND THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY*** 

THE AMERICAN CIVILIANS IN THE CITY OF FERGUSON, MISSOURI IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, IS CURRENTLY UNDER ATTACK BY POLICE ENFORCEMENTS!!!

IF YOU ARE UNAWARE OF THE SITUATION GOING ON, WATCH THIS VIDEO!!!

HERE ARE LINKED YOUTUBE VIDEOS PUBLISHED BY THE PEOPLE THEMSELVES IN THE CITY OF FERGUSON:

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How can we fix police brutality? Cameras might be a start …

Police brutality can be found anywhere, not just in big cities or towns in the Deep South. Videos of police harassment and misconduct abound on the Internet, yet officers seem largely free to act above the law. In 2011, the Justice Department investigated 17 police departments simultaneously, “more than anytime in the division’s history.” An estimated 84% of people in 2008 who had contact with police and experienced force or were threatened with force thought police were acting improperly.

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The heaviest albums of the early 90's; Part 1

Suffocation - Effigy of the Forgotten -1991

Cannibal Corpse - Tomb of the Mutilated - 1992

Rottrevore - Iniquitous -1993

Pyrexia - Sermon of Mockery - 1993

Cryptopsy - Blasphemy Made Flesh - 1994

Baphomet - The Dead Shall Inherit - 1992

Broken Hope - The Bowels of Repugnance - 1993

Morpheus Descends - Ritual of Infinity - 1992

Incantation - Onward to Golgotha - 1992

Infester - To The Depths… In Degradation - 1994

HEY EVERYBODY

So I’ve been interning at America’s Black Holocaust Museum for the past six months. We’re doing a crowdfunding campaign to re-publish a book about the ONLY LYNCHING SURVIVOR EVER. Dr. James Cameron, who survived the lynching, wrote A Time of Terror and self published it for a few years. It’s been out of print for a while now, but we want to republish it with a few never-before-seen chapters and a new forward. 

The link for the James Cameron Foundation is here.

And here is the link for the campaign. Please PLEASE donate to this wonderful cause. History is so important, especially now that it feels like history is repeating itself. 

Shocking story out of California shows DEA brutality at its worst

On Tuesday, the Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released a summary of their investigation into Daniel Chong’s harrowing arrest, where DEA agents left him without food or water for five days and ignored his pleas for help.

Unfortunately, employing moral and ethical conduct was not as important for these agents as following institutional protocol. Chong’s story is an abominable example of authoritative abuse.

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NYPD Knocks On Wrong Door, Brutalizes Innocent Nude Grandmother, Entire Family; Pepper Sprays 4 Year Old Grandson

August 3rd, 2014
A Brooklyn grandmother who had just taken a shower was dragged from her apartment by about 12 cops, mostly male. The 48 year old grandmother, who suffers from severe asthma, fainted and fell to the floor after the scuffle.
Denise Stewart was in her Brownsville apartment on July 13 when police 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.
Stewart’s lawyer, Amy Rameau, said she was told by a Legal Aid attorney also assigned to the case that the 911 call came from a different apartment on an upper floor — and cops went to Stewart’s door by mistake.
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.
While trying to arrest the entire family for petty offenses, Diamond Stewart’s 4-year-old son was also pepper sprayed by police, the family said.
Stewart’s 12-year-old daughter was forcefully removed by police after the NYPD alleged she had visible injuries. The city’s Administration for Children’s Services was called to investigate but didn’t find any evidence of neglect, said Rameau.
Denise Stewart was charged with assaulting a police officer, and — along with her oldest daughter, Diamond Stewart, 20, — resisting arrest, acting in a manner injurious to a child and criminal possession of a weapon.
Stewart’s son Kirkland Stewart, 24, was charged with resisting arrest. The 12-year-old daughter was charged with assaulting a police officer, criminal mischief and criminal possession of a weapon.
After being forcefully removed from her home and placed in a police car she kicked a window of the van, allegedly injuring an officer’s chin.

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The Chicago Man Accusing Police of Raping Him with a Gun

Angel Perez’s story about how he was treated at the hands of Chicago police officers sounds like a horror story from the days when crooked cop Jon Burge tortured the city’s citizens with impunity. But the incidents in question happened just 15 months ago—and, Angel claims, the officers who abused him are still out there.

In October 2012, the 32-year-old aspiring documentary film producer says, he was beaten and sodomized with a gun by Chicago police officers until he agreed to be a drug informant. His story received some media attention when a Courthouse News write-up appeared last year after Angel filed a federal lawsuit against his abusers, but VICE is the first outlet he’s spoken to publicly about the incident.

“I can’t have this happen to someone else if I can stop it,” Angel told me, opening up about his experience against the advice of his lawyers, who’d prefer him to only do his talking in court. He has a decent chance of procuring a settlement, but told me, “Money is not justice… I want these guys to be off the job, charged for what they did, and given jail time.”

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