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This blog documents social injustice and hopes to raise awareness of real-world issues facing us, such as government corruption, police brutality, the use of drones by the Obama administration to kill american citizens, the flagrant disregard for humans rights by rogue nations, the impact of 'cybersecurity' on our open and free internet, and many many more problems.
We hope to overcome these obstacles to a better world through organized protest and bringing these issues to the forefront of the american public's attention. This blog also focuses on issues in the Arizona / Phoenix community, such as the illegal immigration issue, Sheriff Joe Arpaio's war on latinos, ALEC meetings in scottsdale, and so forth.
Keith Novara, a Saint Louis community officer, called and text the employer of local activist @stacksizshort in an attempt to intimidate and cause her to lose her job.
The officer repeatedly called and text the activists’ employer because he believed her tweets were ‘insightful' because they were “against police [brutality]”.
She has been documenting the protests in Ferguson and Shaw through twitter.
In the video, the activist calls officer Keith Novara to confront him about the surveillance of her twitter account and the calls sent to her employer.
Photo Caption: Keith Novara
“Hands up, don’t shoot!” has been the cry of the thousands who took to the streets seeking justice for Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old who was shot and killed in Ferguson, Missouri, by Officer Darren Wilson on August 9. According to multiple witnesses, Brown had his hands in the air—a gesture generally understood to signal surrender—when Wilson shot him to death. The police have a different story: they say Brown was the aggressor, having reached for Wilson’s gun while the officer was still in his vehicle, and later charging toward Wilson. This version of the story, frankly, sounds ridiculous. And now there’s more reason that ever to doubt the police’s explanation
eff it why not
man dude i liked this post and that’s when i found the prepaid card from 4 months ago with $200 on it an i’m not fucking lying so i’m reblogging it this time bc dude how had i not thrown away that card on accident by now and HOW DID IT STILL HAVE $200 ON IT so yeah
reblogging it now not just liking it.