Showing posts with label Walter Wallace Jr. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Walter Wallace Jr. Show all posts

Innocent Mother Beaten by a Swarm of Cops, Her Baby Used for Propaganda


Walter Wallace Jr.'s police shooting murder, a Philadelphia man in a mental health crisis who attacked policemen with a knife, sparked widespread uproar in the city. PBWW reported on many incidents of police personnel being assaulted and withdrawn from protesters on the first night of turmoil. On the second night, however, it seemed as if the officers were the ones rioting, and an innocent woman and her baby were caught in the crossfire.

Several riot cops are seen swarming an SUV in a video shared on Twitter. They began breaking through all the windows on both sides for an inexplicable cause, with full disregard for anybody inside.

When the passenger's side door is opened, a 16-year-old kid is dragged from the car while cops continue to beat him with their batons. He is pushed to the ground and continues to be beaten by the officers. Rickia Young, the driver, is also dragged from the car and abused. Former officer Darren Kardos, 42, was a primary organiser of this mob assault on Young. Kardos was arrested this week as a result of an 18-month investigation into the cell phone footage of Young's assault. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer:

Kardos, a seven-year veteran of the 19th District, was dismissed last spring along with another officer after an internal inquiry decided he used excessive force, including physical assault with a baton. According to District Attorney Larry Krasner, the footage shows Kardos smashing in Young's vehicle windows and then pulling her out by her hair, "followed by her being hit by fists, batons, and a variety of unidentifiable things."

Additionally, Krasner said that Kardos "made assertions about the victim's activities that were not substantiated by video evidence."

It's eerily similar to the Rodney King beating, but worse since a kid was involved. In September, Philadelphia taxpayers were informed that they would be required to pay Young $2 million for what the officers did to her that night. On that fateful night, Young — who was unaware of the demonstrations — proceeded into a blocked-off roadway and attempted to turn around when a swarm of officers stormed her vehicle and started assaulting her. Young and her sixteen-year-old nephew were pulled from their vehicle and viciously assaulted. Young's two-year-old was napping in the back seat of his vehicle when he was awakened by the sound of cracking the glass.

April Rice caught the incident on camera, which rapidly went viral when Young and her nephew were left bruised and bloodied for no reason." Her face was bloodied, and she seemed to have been pummelling by a swarm of passersby," attorney Riley H. Ross III told The Washington Post. Following Young's abduction, police abducted her son and brazenly exploited him in a phoney PR tale on social media. Later that day, a photo of a female cop holding Young's son was posted on the National Fraternal Order of Police's Facebook page, along with claims that officers discovered Young's son "lost" and "wandering around barefoot," before asserting that officers are "the only thing standing between order and anarchy."

This was all a fabrication.

Ross III told The Post at the time, "It's propaganda." "Using this child to argue, 'This child was in danger and the police were simply there to rescue him,' when the cops were the ones who created the situation." That little child is afraid as a result of the police action." According to lawyers, Young was separated from her kid for hours until the boy's grandmother discovered him in a police vehicle miles away in Center City, with shattered glass in his car seat. This is hardly the sight that should reflect the ostensibly free country. This is a scene from a war-torn wasteland. The fact that police felt comfortable approaching the car and bashing out windows implies that they were not fearful of an armed person or the possibility of being driven over — nor were they concerned about responsibility. In other words, this big band of riot cops committed an act of physical assault against a family stuck in the mayhem and received practically no repercussions – until now.

"To my mind, the video clearly shows that more than two policemen who were fired were involved in the physical attack," Kevin Mincey, one of Young's lawyers, said. "I'm at a loss as to how those individuals were permitted to continue wearing the Philadelphia Police Department's uniform."



Dozens of Cops Assassinate an Innocent Mother, Beat Her, and Use Her Baby in a Propaganda Lie – Taxpayers Held Liable


Walter Wallace Jr.'s police shooting murder, a Philadelphia man in a mental health crisis who attacked cops with a knife, sparked widespread outrage in the city. Numerous incidents of police personnel being assaulted and fleeing from protesters on the first night of disturbance. On the second night, however, it looked as if the police were the ones rioting, and an innocent woman and her child were caught in the crossfire.

Several riot police are seen swarming an SUV in a video uploaded to Twitter. They began bashing through all the windows on both sides for an unexplained purpose, with total disregard for anybody inside. When the driver's side door is opened, the driver is dragged from the car while police continue to beat him with their batons. He is pushed to the ground and continues to be beaten by the police. Rickia Young, the passenger, is also dragged from the car and assaulted. It's eerily similar to the Rodney King beating, but worse since a kid was involved. This Monday, Philadelphia taxpayers were informed that they would be required to pay Young $2 million in restitution for what the police did to her that night.

On that fateful night, Young — who was unaware of the demonstrations — drove into a blocked-off roadway and attempted to turn around when a swarm of police surrounded her vehicle and started assaulting her. Young and her sixteen-year-old nephew were taken from their vehicle and brutally assaulted. Young's two-year-old was sleeping in his rear seat car seat when he was awakened by the sound of shattering glass. April Rice recorded the assault on film, which soon went viral when Young and her nephew were left beaten and bloodied for no reason.

“Her face was bleeding, and she seemed to have been assaulted by a swarm of passersby,” attorney Riley H. Ross III told The Washington Post.

Following Young's abduction, police abducted her son and brazenly exploited him in a false PR narrative on social media. Later that day, a photo of a female cop holding Young's son was posted on the National Fraternal Order of Police's Facebook page, along with claims that officers discovered Young's son "lost" and "wandering around barefoot," before asserting that officers are "the only thing standing between order and anarchy."

This was all a fabrication.

Ross III told The Post at the time, "It's propaganda." “Using this child to argue, 'This child was in danger, and the cops were just there to rescue him,' when the police were the ones who created the risk. That little child is frightened as a result of the police action.”

According to lawyers, Young was separated from her kid for hours until the boy's grandmother discovered him in a police vehicle miles away in Center City, with shattered glass in his car seat.

This is hardly the sight that should symbolise the ostensibly free country. This is a scene from a war-torn wasteland.

The fact that cops felt comfortable approaching the car and breaking out windows shows that they were not fearful of an armed person or the possibility of being driven over — nor were they concerned about responsibility. In other words, this large band of riot cops committed an act of physical assault against a family caught in the turmoil with no repercussions.

Though two cops have been dismissed and another 15 are awaiting internal disciplinary action, not a single policeman has been charged with a crime.

“To my mind, the video clearly shows that more than two policemen who were fired were involved in the physical assault,” Kevin Mincey, one of Young's lawyers, said. “I'm at a loss as to how those individuals were permitted to continue wearing the Philadelphia Police Department's uniform.”



Mass Unrest, police officers Attacked After Video shows Police Shoot guy 10 instances in wide daylight hours


 
Violent protests rocked the town of Philadelphia Monday night after video surfaced of two Philly cops fatally shooting Walter Wallace Jr. The chaos unfolded immediately after the shooting happened and eventually spread to the police headquarters.

Riots and looting went largely unchecked by police, who were seen in several videos retreating from angry protesters attacking them over the killing of Wallace.

One officer was hospitalized and a minimum of 30 others was injured after being struck by rocks, bricks, and other projectiles during the unrest.

The unrest unfolded shortly after 4:00 p.m. Eastern when police said two officers passed through the 6100 block of Locust Street over a report of a person with a knife. members of the family identified the victim as Walter Wallace Jr.

The interaction was captured on a bystander’s cellular phone video and shows Wallace advancing toward officers, allegedly armed with a knife. Wallace ignored commands to prevent and put down the weapon. He also pushed past a girl, later identified as his mother, who perceived to be trying to carry him back.

Both officers were run out 10 feet aloof from Wallace once they opened fire on the persona minimum of 10 gunshots are often heard before Wallace is seen collapsing to the bottom.

Police are immediately swarmed by angry residents and also the situation appears to devolve into chaos before the video ends. Police spokesperson Sgt. Eric Gripp said one amongst the officers drove Wallace to a close-by hospital but it had been too late, he had died from the bullet wounds.

Questions immediately followed the shooting, like why police didn’t first try and use a taser before hoping on deadly force. The victim’s father, Walter Wallace Sr. said police shot his son 10 times and never once attempted anything less lethal.

“Why didn’t they use a Taser?” the senior Wallace asked outside a family residence on the block. “His mother was trying to defuse the case.”

The Philly Inquirer reported that one witness, Maurice Holloway, said he was on the road speech his aunt when he saw police arrive. Wallace had a knife and was standing on the porch of his home, Holloway said, and officers immediately drew their guns.

Wallace’s mother chased after him as he walked down the steps of his porch, still holding the knife, in line with Holloway. His mother tried to shield Wallace and tell police he was her son.

“I’m yelling, ‘Put down the gun, put down the gun,’ and everybody is saying, ‘Don’t shoot him, he’s gonna put it down, we all know him,’” said Holloway, 35.

“He turns and so you hear the shots,” Holloway said. “They were too off from him; it had been such a large amount of shots.”

Gripp said officers possibly fired over a dozen shots and a minimum of 13 evidence markers were placed on the scene after the shooting. Gripp says both officers are placed on administrative leave and that they have yet to be identified.

For a minimum of two hours after the shooing, multiple residents protested within the vicinity of where Wallace was killed before later dispersing. However, later that night, multiple protesters gathered at Malcolm Little Park chanting “Black Lives Matter.” They marched to the police office at 55th and Pine Streets as they chanted, “Say his name: Walter Wallace.”

For several hours many protesters threw objects at officers and in one video, consistent with the Inquirer, a black truck was seen running over a politician.

Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said during a statement after the shooting, “I recognize that the video of the incident raises many questions. Residents have my assurance that those questions are going to be fully addressed by the investigation.”

Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #5 President John McNesby asked everyone to “wait for the investigation to finish and to not meetly vilify the department of local government.”

However, the administrator of the ACLU of Pennsylvania, Reggie Shuford said Philadelphia “is overdue for a reckoning with the brazenly violent and abusive behavior in its local department. … Video from the incident suggests that nobody was in immediate danger when officers killed him.” Shuford involved full transparency by city officials.

There are a minimum of a half-dozen ways for a officer to prevent a knife-wielding subject, instead of employing lethal force with a firearm. And, the very fact is that several cops are ready to do that.

In Miami, two officers faced an analogous situation within which a person armed with a knife was threatening them. Never did they pull their guns, however, and instead were ready to disarm the person without killing him.

In Anambra, three people were killed as they clashed with the police.

  Over the weekend, the situation in the Aguleri village, which is located in the Anambra East Local Government Area of the state of Anambra...