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tentacion1999a month ago
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Left, right, center.... Does not matter anymore. You are not going to get what you want.
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a-cyberpunk-dystopia4 months ago
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An actual RadeTec Glock 17 mod
As in you can buy this today for the low low price of a 1000 bucks. That way you can kill without dealing with all the hard thinking like how much ammo do I have
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I have a fair trade for the gun grabbers:
I get to keep all of my guns, you can have my bullets. As many as you want.
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jerseydeanne7 months ago
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Never bet against D. Trump.
Never bet against D.聽Trump.
The house of cards is collapsing. A special counsel on his/her way 鈥 聽 聽 That is some serious crap going on. Good, they ought to do it an entire lot of Governors. The Great Reset is about to go down! 聽 thank you anon
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original-honeychiles25 days ago
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The federal government deliberately targeted Black Lives Matter protesters via heavy-handed criminal prosecutions in an attempt to disrupt and discourage the global movement that swept the nation last summer in the wake of the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd, according to a new report released Wednesday by The Movement for Black Lives.
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Black Lives Matter Fights Disinformation To Keep The Movement Strong
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Black Lives Matter Fights Disinformation To Keep The Movement Strong
Movement leaders and experts said the prosecution of protesters over the past year continues a century-long practice by the federal government, rooted in structural racism, to suppress Black social movements via the use of surveillance tactics and other mechanisms.
"The empirical data and findings in this report largely corroborate what Black organizers have long known intellectually, intuitively, and from lived experience about the federal government's disparate policing and prosecution of racial justice protests and related activity," the report stated.
The report, which was first shared with The Associated Press, argues that as the uprisings in the summer of 2020 increased, so did police presence, the deployment of federal agents and prosecution of protesters.
Titled "Struggle For Power: The Ongoing Persecution of Black Movement By The U.S. Government," the report details how policing has been used historically as a major tool to deter Black people from engaging in their right to protest and weaken efforts to draw attention to issues impacting Black Americans. It also drew a comparison to how the government used Counterintelligence Program techniques to "disrupt the work of the Black Panther Party and other organizations fighting for Black liberation."
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Demonstrators protest near the White House over the death of George Floyd.
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"We want to really show how the U.S. government has continued to persecute the Black movement by surveillance, by criminalizing protests, and by using the criminal legal system to prevent people from protesting and punishing them for being engaged in protests by attempting to curtail their First Amendment rights," said Amara Enyia, The Movement for Black Lives' policy research coordinator.
"It is undeniable that racism plays a role," Enyia said. "It is structurally built into the fabric of this country and its institutions, which is why it's been so difficult to eradicate. It's based on institutions that were designed around racism and around the devaluing of Black people and the devaluing of Black lives."
In the report, published in partnership with the Creating Law Enforcement Accountability & Responsibility clinic at City University of New York School of Law, The Movement for Black Lives is calling for amnesty for all protesters involved in the nationwide protests.
The group, also known as M4BL, is demanding reparations from the government that includes an acknowledgment and an apology for the long history of targeting movements "in support of Black life and Black liberation." It also is pushing for passage of the BREATHE Act, proposed federal legislation that would radically transform the nation's criminal justice system, and ending the use of Joint Terrorism Task Forces in local communities.
The report also points to the stark difference in how the government handled the COVID-19 protests against local government shutdowns and mask mandates amid the pandemic during the same period. It analyzes 326 criminal cases initiated by U.S. federal prosecutors over alleged conduct related to protests in the wake of Floyd's murder and the police killings of other Black Americans, from May 31, 2020, to Oct. 25, 2020.
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Demonstrators march in honor of George Floyd on Ashland Avenue in Chicago.
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A key finding of the report was that the push to use federal charges against protesters came from top-down directives from former President Donald Trump and former Attorney General William Barr. M4BL and the Creating Law Enforcement Accountability & Responsibility clinic, also known as CLEAR, found that in 92.6% of the cases, there were equivalent state level charges that could have been brought against defendants.
Among those cases where comparable state level charges could have been brought, 88% of the federal criminal charges carried more severe potential sentences than the equivalent state criminal charges for the same or similar conduct.
"We saw U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr overnight go from expressing some level of sympathy for racial justice protesters to labeling them as radical and violent agitators with absolutely no basis for that sort of characterization," said Ramzi Kassem, founding director of CLEAR and a law professor at the City University of New York, adding that Barr and Trump used the arrests and prosecutions to justify the "hostile rhetoric" aimed at protesters. "All of this was very transparently aimed at disrupting a Black-led movement for social justice that was happening both spontaneously and in an organized fashion nationwide."
In 2020, Protests Spread Across The Globe With A Similar Message: Black Lives Matter
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In 2020, Protests Spread Across The Globe With A Similar Message: Black Lives Matter
Race data was only available for 27%, or 89 of the defendants. And of that number, 52% were identified as Black. Of the Black defendants, 91% were identified as male.
"The known proportion of Black defendants compared to the proportion of Black people in the United States, per the latest census data, indicates that Black defendants were dramatically overrepresented," the report stated.
Seventy-two cases, or 22.1%, involved charges with mandatory minimum sentences. And 67 cases, or 20.6%, involved offenses where defendants are alleged to "have attempted, conspired, or aided and abetted an underlying crime without having actually committed the underlying criminal conduct."
Portland, Oregon, led in the number of charges brought for protest-related activity, making up 29% of federal charges. Chicago, Las Vegas, Washington, D.C., and Minneapolis followed.
Richard Wallace, founder of Equity and Transformation in Chicago, said over the past summer he witnessed overly aggressive policing by law enforcement officers who levied accusations of rioting and looting at protesters who were peacefully protesting. Wallace said he is deeply concerned for those who have been charged.
"Coming from Chicago, where (Black Panther Party leader) Fred Hampton was killed and where, Martin Luther King came and said this is one of the most segregated cities he ever saw, we have a very keen historic lens as it relates to state violence, and Black movement," said Wallace, whose organization, also known as EAT, was founded by and for formerly incarcerated and marginalized Black people and focuses on individuals who operate within the informal economy.
"What we saw in Illinois and across the country was this reverberation of Black power. And so, at all costs, the state is about dismantling that right, dismantling that in every possible way," he said.
'A Movement, Not A Moment': Black Lives Matter Marks 8 Years
The report also raises concerns about the involvement of Joint Terrorism Task Forces and found 20 cases that explicitly referenced task force involvement. The government "greatly exaggerated" the threat of violence from protesters, the report says.
Makia Green, a liberation organizer and co-conductor of the Washington D.C.-based group Harriet's Wildest Dreams, fully supports the report's findings and calls for action. Green believes President Joe Biden needs to fulfill his campaign pledges of supporting Black Americans and addressing the root causes of white supremacy, by pushing for amnesty for protesters. Green said Congress also needs to support legislation to overhaul the criminal justice system.
"Regardless of how we are often painted, activists are people who have the audacity to believe that we can live in a better world, where people are safe, where people are not afraid of being murdered by the police," Green said. "There are attempts to stifle our movement but it is truly a reflection to our supporters, to our allies, and to the folks who showed up in the streets last year, of how beautiful and powerful this movement is."
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gahdamnpunk2 years ago
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鈥淚 hate the Police鈥 馃拃馃拃
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das-hooner2 months ago
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Fucking feds, go honey pot some other sap. Stop wasting my fucking tax dollars.
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xxxbad4youxxx11 days ago
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opdownrangea year ago
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FBI HRT seen out on the streets of Washington D.C.
They have to be walking around with around 100k worth of cool boi stuff.
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cblmn9 months ago
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Before you step low enough to buy your meth from some unknown person blogging here saying they got the fire but has to steal their product photos from REAL tweakers and our blogs think to yourself why would this person blog like they are the Kingpin but their cover is MY photo posted 3/17/17! You are of lucky only get ripped off for being naive and trusting the transaction was legit or be buying from the feds falling for a trap that is so obvious. If you wanna buy online go to the dark web check ratings do your homework regardless how true it appears.
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thewwshow5 months ago
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Help "Babi Down" Help Me Pay Back The #PPP Loan
Help 鈥淏abi Down鈥 Help Me Pay Back The #PPP聽Loan
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bepopdream4 months ago
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voyageofbrana day ago
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Any nerds want to comment? Is this even possible?
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just-say-shepa year ago
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kriegsminister15 days ago
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Idaho, 1992
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sleeping-one3 months ago
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Police stopped my car and wanted a urine drug test. (as always because i got dreadlocks)
I鈥榤 very polite in this situations (.. it鈥檚 better to be!) so i took the cup and 鈥瀟ried鈥 (not really, i find it humiliating)
So they did a saliva test which was negative.
Don鈥檛 do the piss-test, it鈥檚 so sensitive, even when you took cough medicine e.g. the day before it will be positive and they鈥檙e allowed to take a blood test. Other substances can be 鈥瀞een鈥 in urine for days, even if you aren鈥檛 high or something鈥
Needless to say: Don鈥檛 ever drive under the influence of any substances that are prohibited!
When I arrived at home used the cup for whiskey 馃
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youressentialsblog2 months ago
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Bay Area man sentenced in gun possession case that involved feds checking his Instagram page
Bay Area man sentenced in gun possession case that involved feds checking his Instagram聽page
SAN FRANCISCO 鈥 A Bay Area resident pleaded guilty to gun possession and was sentenced the same day to four years in federal prison in a case that started with his alleged purchase of a Playstation with counterfeit bills, court records show. Daniel Shrum, 42, was sentenced Tuesday by U.S. District Judge James Donato. He gets credit for the year he鈥檚 spent in jail since his June 2020 arrest on鈥
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