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basedheisenberg:

insanityisfree:

basedheisenberg:

indyart:

basedheisenberg:

antigovernmentextremist:

angelclark:

A 27-year-old Los Angeles pharmacist has sued the Los Angeles Police Department over injuries she sustained when she was thrown from a moving squad car. The New York Daily News reported that Kim Nguyen says she fell from the car as she struggled to escape sexual assault by a police officer.
“He was grabbing my left inner thigh, trying to — I’m assuming — opening my legs,” she said in her deposition about the incident.
Horrifying surveillance video shows a half-naked Nguyen tumbling from the police car into the street. She was badly injured and only regained consciousness when she emerged from a six-day medically induced coma.
Her injuries included a badly broken jaw, a brain concussion and soft tissue injuries all over her body.
The nightmare began when she and two male friends were waiting for a cab at 2:00 a.m. outside a restaurant in Los Angeles. The trio, Nguyen said, had been drinking.
A squad car pulled up to the curb and officers handcuffed her and bundled her into the back seat, saying she was being arrested for public intoxication. The car pulled away from the curb without either of Nguyen’s companions.
According to Nguyen’s deposition, one officer remained in the back seat of the squad car. He fondled her chest and yanked her head around by the ears before pulling up her skirt and trying to force her legs open.
It was then, she said, that the door behind her abruptly swung open and she was thrown from the vehicle.
Her attorney Arnoldo Cassillas said to KCAL that his client spent two weeks in the hospital with her jaw wired shut. All of her teeth were shattered in the fall and had to be pulled. She is suing for criminal negligence.
http://noarmycanstopanidea.com/woman-ejected-from-moving-lapd-car-says-cop-was-sexually-assaulting-her/

Just another isolated incident. Good thing all those “good cops” were there to prevent this.

What incentive do “good cops” have to stand up to shit like this, when the people who expect them to stand up to their corrupt peers, are the same people who will immediately turn around and call them pigs?
Why weren’t you there? Why didn’t you do something, if you want change so bad?
It’s really easy to make some half-clever comment about good cops not being around when you need them, and how all cops are bad, and other shit, and yet no one I’ve personally seen demanding change from the police force at large, has done a single thing to help bring about that change.
No one has advocated for openly supporting cops who stand up to other bad cops, everyone just wants to talk shit on the internet
No one has made it a point to show case cops who don’t abuse their power and actually do good for their community, they instead focus entirely on showing how some cops being bad means all cops are bad.
There is no plan. There is no endgame. It’s all the same childish talk, over and over and over.
Don’t get me wrong- you’re well within your right to make shit talking on the internet the extent of your activism. To sit there and perpetuate collective fascism by holding all individual cops responsible for the actions of a larger group they have no control over as individuals, provide no path with which good cops have an opportunity to blow the whistle on bad cops, put forth no effort into actually trying to change things beyond talking shit on the internet by coming up with cleverly derogatory, and sometimes violent slogans to further dehumanize law enforcement, and then sit back and demand things change the way you want them to.
But if it’s all your capable of doing, don’t expect anything to happen.

Wasn’t Dorner originally one of those “good cops” who reported racial slurs. He got shafted. I don’t agree with what he did afterward, but those who speak up often get reprimanded. Situation sucks.

Dorner is a prime example of what happens when a lack of support  pushes people beyond their breaking point.
I’m not about to suggest his latter actions were just, but if people put as much effort into creating support structures for whistle blowing cops, as they did shit talking cops in the internet, maybe he might not have felt he had to go down that road.
But why actually try to change things, when you can just write ‘ACAB’ fifty times?

CopBlock. I support CopBlock. I have said it time and time again. They support good cops, and film all cops to catch the bad ones. If you’ve never “seen [these people] demanding change from the police force at large, [doing] a single thing to help bring about that change”, then you aren’t looking hard enough.

What else have you done beyond supporting a smartphone app and making posts on the internet?

basedheisenberg:

insanityisfree:

basedheisenberg:

indyart:

basedheisenberg:

antigovernmentextremist:

angelclark:

A 27-year-old Los Angeles pharmacist has sued the Los Angeles Police Department over injuries she sustained when she was thrown from a moving squad car. The New York Daily News reported that Kim Nguyen says she fell from the car as she struggled to escape sexual assault by a police officer.

“He was grabbing my left inner thigh, trying to — I’m assuming — opening my legs,” she said in her deposition about the incident.

Horrifying surveillance video shows a half-naked Nguyen tumbling from the police car into the street. She was badly injured and only regained consciousness when she emerged from a six-day medically induced coma.

Her injuries included a badly broken jaw, a brain concussion and soft tissue injuries all over her body.

The nightmare began when she and two male friends were waiting for a cab at 2:00 a.m. outside a restaurant in Los Angeles. The trio, Nguyen said, had been drinking.

A squad car pulled up to the curb and officers handcuffed her and bundled her into the back seat, saying she was being arrested for public intoxication. The car pulled away from the curb without either of Nguyen’s companions.

According to Nguyen’s deposition, one officer remained in the back seat of the squad car. He fondled her chest and yanked her head around by the ears before pulling up her skirt and trying to force her legs open.

It was then, she said, that the door behind her abruptly swung open and she was thrown from the vehicle.

Her attorney Arnoldo Cassillas said to KCAL that his client spent two weeks in the hospital with her jaw wired shut. All of her teeth were shattered in the fall and had to be pulled. She is suing for criminal negligence.

http://noarmycanstopanidea.com/woman-ejected-from-moving-lapd-car-says-cop-was-sexually-assaulting-her/

Just another isolated incident. Good thing all those “good cops” were there to prevent this.

What incentive do “good cops” have to stand up to shit like this, when the people who expect them to stand up to their corrupt peers, are the same people who will immediately turn around and call them pigs?

Why weren’t you there? Why didn’t you do something, if you want change so bad?

It’s really easy to make some half-clever comment about good cops not being around when you need them, and how all cops are bad, and other shit, and yet no one I’ve personally seen demanding change from the police force at large, has done a single thing to help bring about that change.

No one has advocated for openly supporting cops who stand up to other bad cops, everyone just wants to talk shit on the internet

No one has made it a point to show case cops who don’t abuse their power and actually do good for their community, they instead focus entirely on showing how some cops being bad means all cops are bad.

There is no plan. There is no endgame. It’s all the same childish talk, over and over and over.

Don’t get me wrong- you’re well within your right to make shit talking on the internet the extent of your activism. To sit there and perpetuate collective fascism by holding all individual cops responsible for the actions of a larger group they have no control over as individuals, provide no path with which good cops have an opportunity to blow the whistle on bad cops, put forth no effort into actually trying to change things beyond talking shit on the internet by coming up with cleverly derogatory, and sometimes violent slogans to further dehumanize law enforcement, and then sit back and demand things change the way you want them to.

But if it’s all your capable of doing, don’t expect anything to happen.

Wasn’t Dorner originally one of those “good cops” who reported racial slurs. He got shafted. I don’t agree with what he did afterward, but those who speak up often get reprimanded. Situation sucks.

Dorner is a prime example of what happens when a lack of support  pushes people beyond their breaking point.

I’m not about to suggest his latter actions were just, but if people put as much effort into creating support structures for whistle blowing cops, as they did shit talking cops in the internet, maybe he might not have felt he had to go down that road.

But why actually try to change things, when you can just write ‘ACAB’ fifty times?

CopBlock. I support CopBlock. I have said it time and time again. They support good cops, and film all cops to catch the bad ones. If you’ve never “seen [these people] demanding change from the police force at large, [doing] a single thing to help bring about that change”, then you aren’t looking hard enough.

What else have you done beyond supporting a smartphone app and making posts on the internet?

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roxykisses:

ms-kawesome:

The next time a man starts yelling at you, cut him off and tell him you just can’t talk to him when he’s being so emotional.

That’ll make a nigga mad lol

freemenofcolor:

gronos:

pearlgains:

brattylifts:

Idk where to even start with this one

"The white man is oppressed now more than ever."

"The white man is oppressed now more than ever."

"The white man is oppressed now more than ever."

HILARIOUS

I need him to elaborate more on “The white man is more oppressed now than ever.”

Because…………..

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Don’t ever feel bad for making a decision that upsets other people. You are not responsible for their happiness. You are responsible for your happiness.

Isaiah Henkel (via weareallgettingby)

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yivialo:

howtobeterrell:


Blue Ivy stealing the show with her adorable applause <3

*and that beautiful hair

she’s like new toy for meeee

yivialo:

howtobeterrell:

Blue Ivy stealing the show with her adorable applause <3

*and that beautiful hair

she’s like new toy for meeee

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cuzigottacutefaceandmybootysofat:

straydog733:

A few of the many characters voiced by Cree Summer.

I love that any time you hear that awesome, kind of raspy but in a good way, voice, you know it’s gonna be good :)

I’ve always wanted to be her. She’s flawless.

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bgwbl:

redbellied-piranha:

gorlt:

jbaines19:


Remember Tarika


Black women also have a long history of abuse and violence at the hands of the state.
Read Danielle McGuire’s At the Dark End of the Street: Black Women, Rape, and Resistancehttp://amzn.to/1m8Bkyi

Shot while holding a baby

She was on her knees too

Sign the PETITION to enact laws to protect us from police brutality and misconduct.

bgwbl:

redbellied-piranha:

gorlt:

jbaines19:

Remember Tarika
Black women also have a long history of abuse and violence at the hands of the state.
Read Danielle McGuire’s At the Dark End of the Street: Black Women, Rape, and Resistancehttp://amzn.to/1m8Bkyi

Shot while holding a baby

She was on her knees too

Sign the PETITION to enact laws to protect us from police brutality and misconduct.

(via emergingadult)

thebluelip-blondie:

Woooooooow. Truly a bitch move mtv. #ferguson

thebluelip-blondie:

Woooooooow. Truly a bitch move mtv. #ferguson

(Source: mysoulhasgrowndeep-liketherivers, via emergingadult)

lovelyandbrown:

ohhsweetinsanityy:

"True peace is not merely the absence of tension, it is the presence of justice."

this actually is a gorgeous, powerful shot.

lovelyandbrown:

ohhsweetinsanityy:

"True peace is not merely the absence of tension, it is the presence of justice."

this actually is a gorgeous, powerful shot.

(via emergingadult)

hbcreative:

#FERGUSON

     I won’t soon forget the events that took place in #ferguson…will you?

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phoeni-xx:

jaedewilliams:

theonetruenidoking:

william-elms:

policymic:

Disturbing photos show a cop choking a college student

Police had been responding to a “disturbance” near the University of Tennessee when a house party estimated to be composed of 800+ individuals spilled out onto the street. Deputy Brandon Gilliam wrote in the report that when detaining Dotson, he “began to physically resist officers’ instructions to place his hands behind his back, and at one point grabbed on to an officer’s leg.” At some point, Deputy Phillips felt the need to begin choking Dotson to the point where he passed out — lethal force by any definition.

Read more | Follow policymic

The deputy who assaulted the student was fired and the deputies who stood by were suspended. As it should be.

This dude made a rookie mistake. You never assault the rich white kids, they’re the only ones the system cares about after all.

^^^^^^^

LETS FUCKING CLARIFY:

A COP CHOKES A WHITE BOY AFTER A ROWDY PARTY UNTIL HE PASSED OUT AND GETS FIRED ASAP.

A COP PUTS AN ASTHMATIC BLACK MAN IN A CHOKE HOLD UNTIL HE DIED AND WE’RE STILL WAITING FOR SOMETHING TO FUCKING HAPPEN. 

THIS IS WHY I CANNOT TRUST “THE SYSTEM”. ITS EITHER SUPER FUCKED UP OR ITS WORKING JUST THE WAY THEY INTENDED IT TO. and we all know which one is right.

(Source: micdotcom, via emergingadult)

I want girls to just be able to feel like they can do whatever the fuck they want. You can be really smart and really fun, and not be afraid to be funny. Girls forget that they have so many facets.
Este Haim, the glorious patron saint of unapologetic women everywhere. (via realdwntomars)

(Source: thatsthetrutru, via emergingadult)

absolutelyasianamerican:

Because I fear that many AsAms today are forgetting our history of solidarity with black lives and black power.  

We must not forget. 

(via emergingadult)