My latest hip-hop mix of zee avi’s stay in the clouds.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma City police officer charged with sexually assaulting at least eight women was released on $500,000 bond Friday two days after his bond was reduced from $5 million, even though a prosecutor said he was a danger to the community.
Good morning Fam:
I’m so sorry to hit you with horrific news so early in the morning, and on a Saturday no less, but this is too egregious to ignore.
The police officer who raped EIGHT BLACK WOMEN is free on bond today.
The question that is burning a whole in my mind is: WHY WAS THERE BOND IN THE FIRST PLACE?
This man is a CLEAR menace to society. He is CLEARLY a danger to black women.
And yet—the judge REDUCED his bond from $5 million to $500,000 even though the prosecutor argued how much of a lit stick of dynamite this man is JUST so this shit puddle can go free.
This is irrefutable proof of how white supremacy operates when it has perceived that one of its own is evil and might be held accountable for that evil. All sense it thrown out of the window and innocence, which is to say Whiteness, circles in on itself.
This is proof how little the suffering of black women matters in this country.
If nothing else this year deserves a march, we need to march to have the judge on this case removed from the bench and have this rapist’s (and possible murderer) bond revoked.
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i figured i’d write my take on the killing of michael brown. i never knew him personally nor did i know the cop who murdered him. i have faced my share of discrimination but never to the point where cops pulled guns on me. i have played the race card a quite a few times in my life but i realize, i can’t blame a race of people for a few bad apples, though i cannot turn a blind eye to the injustices that minorities face everyday. i can never understand the mind state of a misguided police officer, though i can understand why my brothers n sisters in these streets have some much hatred towards them. mike brown was your average american teenager…a kid who probably loved sports, video games, girls, a couple smokes here and there, and just chillaxing with his peoples. the only beings who truly knew what happened that night were him and the officer and god. i say a prayer for michael browns family…i also say a prayer for the family of the cop, on the strength that even “bad” people need prayers…
michael brown was a good kid, from a mad city (kendrick lamar)
it’s gonna take more then protests to stop these senseless killing
peace & lata dayz,