Shaun "Talcum X" King is a Fucktard

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Scraping a dull blade across your tender eyeball
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Yes the NYPD profiles criminals and ICE profiles illegal aliens... soooooo?
Les do duh maf

"Are you in a gang?"
"Yeh"
"Then assume you're in the database."

OR

"Are you in a gang?"
"Naw"
"Then why would you assume that you'd be in a gang database? Simply being Black isn't enough to warrant inclusion."
"Huh?"
 

Or that he actively resisted arrest... had gravy for blood... etc... nah


How's that, you got in?


Oddly that whole first amendment gives him the right to wear that


Well if he lived in I dunno Minnasomalia... and if it said F Christianity no one would care...
 

Hmmm so someone sneaks into their country shits out a kid and is no longer automatically a citizen... I wonder why the DR would do that... :::cough:::


Well its like running around with a loaded gun and not shooting someone so fuck this guy... well figuratively.


He was such a nice gang member...


A middle school student in Richmond, Virginia was with friends after school on March 28 when a series of events led an officer to tell the girls they would be “his” when they turned 18. - Yes I am sure they were prim and proper young ladies right before that comment.
 

Hey how aboot not committing a crime to start or not hang around gang members when you are on parole... holy fuck.
 
http://michellemalkin.com/2019/04/10/false-accuser-shaun-lying-kings-record-of-harm/
This week, “journalist, activist and humanitarian” Shaun King will give a keynote speech at the annual Innocence Network conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The theme of the event, whose attendees work to prevent and undo wrongful convictions, is “The Presumption of Innocence.”

I’ve covered many flabbergasting things over the course of 25 years as a columnist, author, blogger and documentary host, but this one takes the cake.

It was just three months ago that King recklessly exploited the shooting death of 7-year-old Jazmine Barnes in Houston, Texas, to stoke racial fear and hatred. The little girl and her family, who are black, got caught in crossfire at a Walmart parking lot. The Black Lives Matter activist and columnist for the Intercept immediately pounced — using his huge Twitter platform, followed by 1.1 million people, to cast the incident as a racial hate crime. King splashed a photo of Robert Cantrell, a white man who had been arrested for robbery the same day as the Barnes shooting, all over social media.


“We’ve had 20 people call or email us and say he is a racist, violent a–hole and always has been. Just tell me everything you know,” Social Justice Detective King incited on Twitter. Cantrell’s family members faced vitriol and death threats online as a result of the irresponsible gossip-mongering. After two black men were arrested for the murder, King sputtered to save his reputation — first by claiming credit for passing on a tip that led to the arrests (which he kept quiet about while stoking anti-white hatred)…



…and then by doubling down with a fake-but-accurate defense.

“We live in a time where somebody could do something like this based purely on hate or race,” he smugly argued. “And that it turned out to not be the case I don’t think changes the devastating conclusion that people had thought something like that was possible.”


There’s nothing “humanitarian” or exemplary about such an attitude. This is race-hustling cynicism at its worst. It’s par for the twisted course for King, who is a serial apologist for treating people as guilty until proven innocent and for threatening those who call him out (including critics within the progressive left who have alleged he has ripped off the movement).

In May 2018, the Lying King led the witch hunt against innocent white Texas state trooper Daniel Hubbard by spreading the false claims of a black woman who lied about Hubbard raping her during a traffic stop. That admitted liar, Sherita Dixon-Cole, escaped prosecution based on a technicality. King’s reward? Moving up from the New York Daily News to a coveted position at the Harvard-affiliated Fair Punishment Project, which in part conducts research to prevent more wrongful convictions.



In 2014, King promoted the anti-cop “hands up, don’t shoot” lie debunked by none other than the Obama Justice Department, yet he still doesn’t care about the truth. “I’m not going to parse evidence or make some complex technical argument that Michael Brown did or didn’t have his hands up,” he defiantly retorted. “To me, it doesn’t matter if he did or he didn’t. It never has.”

As former New York City Police detective Sergeant John Paolucci, who is on the board of Uncuff the Innocent, which advocates for wrongfully convicted police officers, told me: “When the agenda is to instill in people a fear of the police, one creates an environment conducive to more deadly confrontations. … Having worked the most high-profile police involved cases in the media, I’m well aware that the whole truth is never reported in these investigations and the probative value of evidence that favors the police is diminished or omitted entirely when it hits the news.”

In 2015, King gloried in the wrongful **** convictions of former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw, whose flawed case and forensic errors led six internationally renowned scientists to call for a retrial. He has failed to follow up because, of course, the truth doesn’t fit his narrative.

The “journalist” also maintained the same obstinate stance after his disgraceful sliming of football star Peyton Manning in 2016, when he attempted to ride the #MeToo publicity wave by recycling — and woefully misinterpreting — a 13-year-old court filing regarding a settlement with a female trainer who had claimed she was sexually harassed, and then changed her story seven years later. Instead of admitting error, he played victim.

It’s disturbing enough that King is being honored at the Innocence Conference, where many lawyers, activists, scientists and exonerees I admire will attend. Even worse, King heads up a publication called “The North Star,” which purports to “speak truth to power” and is aimed at young people of color.

Wrongfully convicted Marine Tim Wright and his wife, Danielle, wonder: “How can an individual with a reputation of making countless false accusations against white men, racially profiling whites and stirring up racial discourse in America be trusted with the hearts and minds of future generations of minority children?”

Or anyone, for that matter? This malicious individual who has repeatedly profited from undermining the presumption of innocence has no place pretending to defend it. That’s speaking truth to power.
 
A retweet...


So that gang runs the entire country now?


Pssssst crossing the border illegal is umm illegal so helping them is guess what?


Troof hurt don't it...
 

Well if you smoke it in public and de popo smell it guess what... they have PC to search you... idiots...
 
Don't resist arrest... they don't like that... and I would love to know why the first lad is on the ground.

 
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Well he has gone full moron about this kid:


Firstly what was the first kid being arrested for, secondly they were surrounded by umm ni... ce people... and doG forbid they show any weakness in that crown of Hyenas...
 


The totally rayciss new Sheriff...



Totally rayciss old Sheriff....

If you look on his arm... dude had been a cop from 1979 until his suspension in 2019...
 

Well stop committing crimes disproportionately more then...


Do I need to trot out the FBI crime stats again...


Hmm ur record of backing the wrong horse is epic Talc... please continue.


Umm ya that how you retain someone to run a profitable company.... note Disney employs 201,000.
 

Costly video technology... cheap laptop and skype... also for people who live far away they won't have to travel. Less chances of contraband coming in etc...
 

Africans fucking over other Africans... color me shocked.


Why always college... how aboot learning a trade?


You guys can't even have a funeral without one guy dying and three others injured.

 
Complains about opiate crisis... then complains about a method to help stop people from doctor shopping so they can load up on said opiates... hey idiot you have to have a script to get them dispensed from a pharmacy.

 

Yes and Vox is to the left of Pravda...


Umm aren't all of his kids married to tribe members? And when did #ornangeman say Joos were trying destroy the white race with immigration...


Troof hurt don't it...


Yes and breaking the law... as they were harboring criminals you see.
 

Umm aren't all of his kids married to tribe members? And when did #ornangeman say Joos were trying destroy the white race with immigration...
It doesn't much matter what words came out of his mouth...It's all a dog whistle for white supremacists....don't you see that?
 
Dem Rayciss evil courts how dare they?



Oh wait:
Lawsuit says pregnant woman was mistreated at STL Co. Jail; she was later diagnosed with the big casino

For 39 days last fall, attorney Chelsea Merta says her client Adrianna Thurman sat in jail on a civil matter.

“How can a jail lose somebody in the system for so long,” Merta said.

Merta told News 4 Thurman was arrested after not showing up to a court for a hearing she was unaware of.

Thurman’s ex-boyfriend, Merta says, had been stalking her, demanding a paternity test for Thurman’s two kids. She says he is not the father.

“Who gets locked up on a paternity test issue first of all, but who gets ordered to take a paternity test for a man they know is not their child’s father,” said Merta. - You did cuz you refused it.

In a lawsuit filed in April, Merta says the court system dropped the ball. When Thurman was arrested, the judge signed a document stating Thurman was not allowed to bond out of jail. The suit says Thurman was not told of her rights.

“Caseworkers would not speak with her,” said Merta.

Thurman was seven months pregnant at the time. The lawsuit says Thurman was treated rudely by the staff.

She also claims the jail would not let her see a doctor for weeks, even after complaining about back pain. She eventually saw a doctor and Merta claims a blood test was taken.

When Thurman finally spoke with a caseworker, she was told her case had “slipped through the cracks because staff was untrained and unaware of how to handle inmates on civil warrants”.

For 39 days last fall, attorney Chelsea Merta says her client Adrianna Thurman sat in jail on a civil matter.
“How can a jail lose somebody in the system for so long,” Merta said.
Merta told News 4 Thurman was arrested after not showing up to a court for a hearing she was unaware of.

Thurman’s ex-boyfriend, Merta says, had been stalking her, demanding a paternity test for Thurman’s two kids. She says he is not the father.

“Who gets locked up on a paternity test issue first of all, but who gets ordered to take a paternity test for a man they know is not their child’s father,” said Merta.

In a lawsuit filed in April, Merta says the court system dropped the ball. When Thurman was arrested, the judge signed a document stating Thurman was not allowed to bond out of jail. The suit says Thurman was not told of her rights.

“Caseworkers would not speak with her,” said Merta.

Thurman was seven months pregnant at the time. The lawsuit says Thurman was treated rudely by the staff.

She also claims the jail would not let her see a doctor for weeks, even after complaining about back pain. She eventually saw a doctor and Merta claims a blood test was taken.

When Thurman finally spoke with a caseworker, she was told her case had “slipped through the cracks because staff was untrained and unaware of how to handle inmates on civil warrants”.
Link

Just take the test jeebus...

And in more shocking news (her civil matters):

 
Hey how aboot not committing a crime in the fucking first place... holeefuck


So what do we do with people charged with serious crime ROR?

 
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