After public outrage and legal proceedings, a judge has simply thrown out the indictment of Officer Richard Haste, who gunned down an unarmed teen, Ramarley Graham, inside his own home, without a warrant. Haste was facing manslaughter charges until the judge tossed the indictment.
This story got a minuscule amount of coverage when compared to other stories from the MSM. Why is this story not in headlines, on TV's and scrolling through ticker bars across the country like the Zimmerman Martin case?
The answer to that question is simple. The establishment will seldom point out their own failures and corruption. Also this case could have sparked a serious national conversation about police abuse of power, brutality, and corruption.
The media establishment and government rely on a technique of divide and conquer to rule you. The only divide this would have stoked would have been that between the people and the state; something incredibly healthy and necessary for society, but damning to the status quo.
The reason the cops were chasing Graham.....they suspected he was in possession of a plant.
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Sadly, Ramarley Graham's case is one that plays out in cities across the United States. Every day, cops enforcing the immoral war on pot, beat, kidnap, cage, and kill people over this plant.
In Tampa, Florida, a life was taken by cops in this senseless war. This time, an unarmed man sitting in a bedroom with two grams of weed was murdered by state agents seeking out this plant.
A military-style raid took place at the home of Levonia Riggins, 22, by a SWAT team looking for “illegal narcotics.” Riggins was gunned down in his home because cops arrest people for cannabis.
in 2015, an aspiring teenager, Zachary Hammond, was murdered in cold blood by a Seneca police officer who thought arresting people for marijuana made him a hero. Sgt. Tiller, the cop who killed Hammond, has yet to face a single charge