Key word here is they are labelled ‘protesters’ and when black people riot here they are called ‘thugs’. You won’t see any coverage on mainstream media because why educate the American people on what is really going on in the world? That would go against White Supremacy.
Clashes erupted in the Gazi district of Istanbul, after two explosions rocked the Turkish capital and left at least 128 dead at a peace rally. Protesters threw fire bombs and used fireworks against police, with several police vehicles set alight.
Twitter user @POPSspotsports has come forward with some interesting pictures and recollections from his encounter with Baltimore activist Joseph Kent last night. This young man was not only peaceful, he was assisting police and also acted as a mediator between them and the protesters. This is someone who was clearly not anti-police, not a ‘thug’, not provocative, not inciting riots, etc.
The people want to know what happened to Freddie Gray in that van?
The hit is right around :20 into the video and put the video at full screen to really get a good view.
The description title says she was innocent. Regardless, in situations such as this (riot after a loss in a highly contested college basketball game) police officers could care less about gender and frankly anyone can get it, whether you are guilty or not.
“These girls had been trying to get to their car. The girl is on her phone not paying attention and this cop came out of nowhere and just leveled her,” Landolt told the Daily Star. “After that everyone just started yelling and she started crying.” -Phoebe Landolt.
Things seem to be escalating at the Occupy protests which are spreading around the country. Here is the latest footage of protesters against riot police in Occupy Oakland.
Video courtesy: Ali Winston
via Russia Today
Police have clashed with hundreds of demonstrators in the U.S. city of Oakland. It happened when hundreds marched to show their anger at police clearing an “Occupy Wall Street” camp. Officers shot several rounds of tear gas into the crowd, who were trying to reclaim their position within the city centre. Earlier on Tuesday, 85 people were arrested, after they refused to take down their tents as part of the nationwide movement against corporate greed.