NYPD kill 16-year-old Black teen Kimani Gray in East Flatbush, Brooklyn after police say he pointed a gun at officers (NYTimes - March 10, 2013)

“He [Kimani] said, ‘Please don’t let me die,’ ”

One of the officers replied: “Stay down, or we’ll shoot you again.”

more details and pics at dailymail

#every36hours a black person is killed by police in the USA @MGXM

Today would’ve been Trayvon Martin’s 18th birthday. #Every36Hours a Black person is killed/murdered by some type of law enforcement. Above (right side) are photos of Trayvon minutes before his murder. FUN FACT: Zimmerman returned to court today and was denied a request to delay his trail date.
Trail starts June 10th, 2013.
#bhmphotochallenge #day5

Brooklyn neighborhood on police lockdown following protest (RT)

"They [NYPD] thought he was grabbing back to get a gun,” she said.

They thought he was grabbing back to get a gun,”

They thought he was grabbing back to get a gun,”’

THEY THOUGHT HE WAS GRABBING BACK TO GET A GUN.

THEY THOUGHT!!!

Brooklyn Community Says ‘Enough is Enough!’ After Police Kill 16-Year-Old Boy

A human rights crisis confronts Black people in the United States. Since January 1, 2012, police 

and a much smaller number of security guards and self-appointed vigilantes have murdered at 

least 120 Black women and men. These killings are definitely not accidental or random acts of 

violence or the work of rogue cops. As we noted in our April 6

th

, 2012 “Trayvon Martin is All of 

Us!” Report (see http://mxgm.org/trayvon-martin-is-all-of-us/), the use of deadly force against 

Black people is standard practice in the United States, and woven into to the very fabric of the 

society.  

Every 36 Hours

This Blog is intended to shed light on the the extrajudicial killings of New Africans in the united states Every 36 Hours from January 1,2012-June 30, 2012. An estimated 120 Black people were reported killed by law enforcement, security guards, and or fake vigilantes. The MXGM has focused its attention to push the "Every 36 Hours" Campaign to end the war against the New African Nation.

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