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Why are some of y'all so mad at Kap?

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On 1/5/2019 at 9:50 PM, Gritzblitz 2.0 said:

After watching this, the only two words I can formulate in my head is "F***ing Pigs"

 

looks like a black cop ?

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On 1/5/2019 at 10:28 PM, AF89 said:

One of us is about to die if you did that to my girl. I will gladly take you from your family and be known as a cop killer, you mother****

you must hate mike vick

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On 1/11/2019 at 7:35 PM, JayOzOne said:

These kids bought snacks. They had their receipt but this sorry SOB called the cops on them, not because he saw them steal something but because they looked like they could steal something. Even though they had receipts, they were given citations that prevented them from entering the store for a year. Because they looked like they could steal something. What does that even mean if it doesn't mean "black people are thieves"?

This stuff kills my spirit. It's like death by a million paper cuts.

 

 

Smh dude needs a beatdown

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NYPD infiltrated Black Lives Matter protests with undercover officers who referred to demonstrators as 'idiots' and 'ninjas' in newly-released email chains

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Undercover agents with the New York Police Department infiltrated the Black Lives Matter movement to track protesters' activity while calling them 'idiots' and 'ninjas' in internal emails. 

More than 700 emails between officers detail how the department kept tabs on activists taking to the streets nearly every day for a period from November 2014 to January 2015 to protest the decisions not to indict the cops in the killings of Michael Brown Jr and Eric Garner. 

The email chains allowed the NYPD to collect information and photos of protesters sent in by undercover agents and civilian sources planted within the Black Lives Matter movement, which made it easier for law enforcement officials to control the various events. 

The firm that sued for access to the emails, M.J. Williams Law, issued a statement this week accusing the NYPD of harboring 'animosity' toward the activists because the movement is critical of the department and policing in general.  

 

In one email thread from the night of December 5, 2015, an unidentified officer undercover at a protest writes: 'Ninjas spotted at foley.' 

Another officer responds: 'We were talking about people with swords and masks earlier. Are you serious about that?'

The undercover officer replies: 'Not sure about serious. What do you consider a ninja?'

About two hours later, an officer checks in from a different protest, saying: 'Team 5 undercover states one group is on Charles street and other group is proceeding northbound on the west side highway.'

After midnight came and went, a frustrated agent reported: 'Still idiots up in Times Square.' 

 

An email sent later on says of the civilian informants: 'Realistically, if our sources r not gonna have anything significant to contribute tonight, cut em loose. I still got [Organized Crime Control Bureau] team.' 

NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill defended the emails on Thursday, claiming that the operation was all done by the book.  

'I’m not really gonna go into what technology we have and we don’t have, but we do not interfere with the constitutionally protected activities,' he told WNYC. 

'We’re looking to building trust with all 8.6 million New Yorkers. That wouldn’t be the way to do it.'

The cache of emails was made public this week through a Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) request by M.J. Williams Law. 

The firm wrote in a press statement Thursday: 'The FOIL request itself was a follow-up to the disclosure of 75 similar communications ... about NYPD’s use of undercover officers to surveil these protests.

'The new FOIL release reveals a much larger, citywide operation that appears to have involved civilian informants.'

'According to the NYPD and the disclosed emails, NYPD deployed multiple teams of NYPD undercover officers (including from its Organized Crime Control Bureau or OCCB), NYPD "handlers", and civilian sources or informants to surveil the protests and protesters. 

'The NYPD surveillance operation took particular interest in uniformed cop watchers, present to record NYPD's policing of the protests. NYPD's interest in cop watchers, and in the protests themselves, appears to be motivated by NYPD's animosity towards organized activity critical of policing generally and specifically of NYPD.' 

The emails indicate that the surveillance operation was overseen by several of the NYPD's highest-ranking officials. 

Among those whose names were not redacted are Chief of Intelligence Thomas Galati, now-retired Deputy Inspector Roberto Rios, Deputy Chief Matthew Whelan and Inspector William Viscardi. 

The latter three were affiliated with the Intelligence Bureau’s Criminal Intelligence Section.   

The full list of 700 emails can be seen below:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6604325/NYPD-infiltrated-Black-Lives-Matter-protests-undercover-officers-new-emails-reveal.html
 

 

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No surprise at all. Makes you wonder why they're kicking and screaming against being held accountable for doing their jobs they way they want us to believe they're doing it.

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8 minutes ago, JayOzOne said:

And the beat goes on.

 

 

 

The beat goes on and the music doesn't change.

Any black person in America who STILL believes in the viability of the Just-us system is wilfully ignorant. The evidence is overwhelming.

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Blue Lies Matter. And if you aren't willing to lie, then your black life and your job don't. And if you complain about corruption, it's because you are "anti-white". I see you, Philadelphia police.

Tell me again why some of y'all are so mad at Kaep?

 

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On 1/20/2019 at 5:14 PM, JayOzOne said:

More BS from the police state:

 

 

I don't care. I cried after watching the video. I read the article and still see no reason for the initial interaction. She was disoriented because she was ill and on meds. She did the responsible thing and pulled over. If you want to approach her, come to her aid and make sure she's okay. I hope my fellow sister in arms can squeeze every penny she can out of them. 

Imagine if she was your mother, significant other, daughter, etc. 

Man, f*** those *mutha********!!!!! I'm absolutely f'n livid!

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Unbelievably believable 

On 1/11/2019 at 8:35 PM, JayOzOne said:

These kids bought snacks. They had their receipt but this sorry SOB called the cops on them, not because he saw them steal something but because they looked like they could steal something. Even though they had receipts, they were given citations that prevented them from entering the store for a year. Because they looked like they could steal something. What does that even mean if it doesn't mean "black people are thieves"?

This stuff kills my spirit. It's like death by a million paper cuts.

 

 

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