Sunday, August 5, 2012

Cops Shoot and Kill Handcuffed Black Man, Chavis Carter, in Squad Car

Same old color aroused hatred, 2012 style. While most people are celebrating what good about America, another 21-year-old black man was shot in the head and killed while handcuffed in the back of a patrol car.  Get this, now the police have launched a bogus investigation to determine what happened! WE know what happened the police killed a man for running his mouth and selling marijuana. They acted as jury and executionors. You see,
Chavis Carter was a passenger in a pickup truck that was stopped by police in Jonesboro, Ark., Saturday night, according to KAIT, an ABC-affiliated television station. An officer reportedly found some marijuana, and ran Carter's information. He was wanted on a warrant out of Mississippi, so officers placed him in a patrol car.


Get this, the police say, "As protocol, he was handcuffed behind his back, double-locked and searched," said Jonesboro Police Department Sgt. Lyle Waterworth in an interview with WREG-TV.
Just minutes later, police said they heard a thumping noise, turned around and found Carter shot in the head. Right! You got to be kidding me right!  The police said they heard a thumping noise, turned around and found Carter shot in the head. This is cold blooded murder folks. There is more stupidity coming from these bigots. Get this, Police say they think Carter pulled out a hidden gun and shot himself. “Any given officer has missed something on a search, you know, be it drugs, be it knives, be it razor blades," he said. "This instance, it happened to be a gun."  OK, so a handcuffed black man shot himself in the head? Community leaders are having none of this!
His mother, Teresa Carter, disagrees. "I think they killed him," she said. "My son wasn't suicidal."  Carter said she was also told her son was shot in the right temple, although he was left-handed.  Get this, The two officers who were present when Carter was found shot were placed on administrative leave.
Let's see how powerful the National Office of the NAACP is? Is it a paper tiger organization? Instead of giving image awards, they should be in the hood addressing the real issues impacting urban America. Hat Tip to the Ed Show, The Huffington Post and others for addressing this issue.

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