By Dr. Orly Taitz, ESQ
“Kill the cops.”
“When do we want it?”
As a result of this clear incitement of violence and incitement of murder of police officers, on 12.20.2014 two Brooklyn police officers were assassinated in cold blood by a Muslim Black Panther Ismaaiyl Brinsley, while a few accomplices cheered and clapped. Later, reportedly, Ismaaiyl Brinsley took his own life.
Police said Brinsley approached the passenger window of a marked police car and opened fire, striking Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu in the head. Brinsley, 28, wrote on an Instagram account before Saturday’s shootings: “I’m putting wings on pigs today. They take 1 of ours, let’s take 2 of theirs,” two city officials with direct knowledge of the case confirmed for The Associated Press. He used the hashtags Shootthepolice RIPErivGardner (sic) RIPMikeBrown — references to the two police-involved deaths of blacks that have sparked racially charged protests across the country. AP
Unless Sharpton is stopped and prosecuted, more police officers will be assassinated in cold blood.
While I personally do not reside in Kings county, I have relatives resigning in Brooklyn and Borrow Park. additionally, as the President of Defend Our Freedom Foundation, I m concerned about the well being of members and supporters of DOFF, who reside in Brooklyn.
Mr. Thompson, when Attorney General of NY suggested a special prosecutor in regards to death of Eric Garner, you opposed it stating the following:
“As the duly elected District Attorney of Brooklyn, I am adamantly opposed to the request by the New York State Attorney General for authority to investigate and potentially prosecute alleged acts of police brutality. No one is more committed to ensuring equal justice under the law than I am.
“Moreover, acts of police brutality are not only crimes against the individual victim but also are attacks on the communities in which they occur. Therefore, local prosecutors who are elected to enforce the laws in those communities should not be robbed of their ability to faithfully and fairly do so in cases where police officers shoot, kill or injure someone unjustly. The people of Brooklyn have voted for their District Attorney to keep them safe from all crimes, including those of police brutality. The Attorney General’s proposal would override their choice and that should not happen.” Ken Thompson, Brroklyn District Attorney
So, since the people of Brooklyn voted for Brooklyn District Attorney to keep them safe from all crimes, this includes the crime of inciting violence and inciting murder and they are awaiting your action .
Mr. Sharpton should be held accountable for his incitement of violence against police.
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