Tuesday, January 13, 2009
I am not Surprised at the Murder of Oscar Grant.
Late breaking news from me about the murder of Oscar Grant III. Everyone's asking SynQ "what do you think about what happened?" Well, I think the same damn thing that I thought when Sean Bell, Gus Rugly, Amadou Diallo, and the thousands of other VORs who were killed by the Enforcement Officials of the system of Racism (White Supremacy) though out history. Which is that it will not stop until effective numbers of "non-white" people start thinking, speaking, and acting to counter Racism (White Supremacy) at all times, in all places, and in all areas of people activity including Economics, Education, Entertainment, Labor, Law, Politics, Religion, Sex and War. We should no longer be surprised at this kind of mistreatment. We should expect it until we get Justice for all of us! The pressure is on. The marching and behind the scenes hell raising done by some "non-white" and "white" people who wanted justice for Oscar Grant, spoke to a smart and powerful "white" person named Jerry Brown (California's top enforcement official) , who in turn motivated another smart and powerful "white" person, Tom Orloff to get involved enough to arrest (for the first time that I know of) an enforcement official for the murder of a VOR! Now that is what surprised me! The San Francisco Chronicle states that "The conclusion by Oakland police, contained in a legal filing made public Wednesday, contributed to Alameda County prosecutors' decision to charge Mehserle, 27, with murdering 22-year-old Oscar Grant of Hayward. It was an extraordinary decision. Several legal experts said they could recall no instance of a police officer in California being charged with murder for an on-duty incident, and Alameda County District Attorney Tom Orloff said he had never brought such a case in his 14 years on the job." But, I am still skeptical, because when they put those Enforcement Officials on trial for what they did to Rodney King, I thought that King would get justice. But they were found not guilty. So we'll see.
Posted by Khalif "SynQ" Muhammad at 12:18 PM