It's "Colored People Time"

It’s “Colored People Time”

 

Not our best effort , but here it is .

Bernie E Neuman

Bernie E Neuman

 

Bernie reminds me of Alfred E Neuman .

Wisdom From Comrade VI Obama

“Wisdom” From Comrade V.I. Obama

     Here’s a variation of our previous creation . Again , apologies to the late Ms Bourke-White . If you are unfamiliar with the name read here . Margaret Bourke-White was a “Life” magazine war correspondent as well as one of the most accomplished photographers of all time .

 

 

 

No Way But The Demo Way WM

Bread Lines For All*

 

Feel The Bern WM

 

*Apologies to Margaret Bourke-White

Any Day Now

 

This is our 4th attempt at publishing a photoshop and while I’m thoroughly enjoying the creative process , and for the most part the end products , I could use some guidance on how to blend my work together to look of a piece . As delightful of an image as the above PS is , it is painfully obvious that Hill has been added in . I tried many adjustments but could not get the large mass of her coat to blend into the existing background . Any suggestions on how to blend two photos would be much appreciated .

 

 

Obama & The Fugitives

 

 

” With the prisoner exchange and the normalizing of relations with Cuba arises the question of the dozens of American fugitives enjoying asylum there—including a cop-killer on the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists List with a $1 million reward offered for her capture.

  Assata Shakur, also known as Joanne Chesimard, escaped from prison in 1979 after being convicted of murdering state trooper Werner Foerster. She had been in a car with two fellow members of the Black Liberation Army when Foerster and another trooper pulled them over on the New Jersey Turnpike.

  Shakur was on the run for five years after her prison break before managing to reach Cuba, where she was granted asylum in 1984.

  In 1997, the New Jersey State Police wrote to Pope John Paul II asking him to raise the question of Shakur with Fidel Castro on an upcoming visit to Cuba.

  Whether the pope did or not, Shakur continued to live undisturbed in Cuba despite a 1998 resolution by the U.S. Congress asking that she be returned. She was joined by her daughter, who was conceived while Shakur was in a New Jersey prison and initially raised by Shakur’s own mother in New York.

  Cuba also granted asylum to three black militants who hijacked an airplane from Albuquerque while being sought for the 1972 murder of New Mexico State Trooper Robert Rosenbloom during a traffic stop.

  One of the three, Ralph Goodwin, is said to have drowned while swimming at a beach outside Havana. Michael Finney died of cancer. Charlie Hill continues to live in Cuba. Hill told a Washington Post reporter in 1999 that he had no regrets about killing Rosenbloom, who had a wife and two young daughters.

“ I have never felt guilty about that cop,” Hill was quoted saying. “I never think about that dude.”

  For her part, Shakur denied actually firing the bullets that killed trooper Foerster, who was murdered with his own gun. The FBI continued to consider her so dangerous that it offered the $1 million reward in 2005 and put her on the Most Wanted Terrorists List last year.

  Among the roughly 80 other American fugitives in Cuba is Ishmael Ali LaBeef, who hijacked an airplane after he and four buddies murdered eight innocents during a robbery at a Virgin Islands golf course in 1972.

  There is also Victor Gerena, who is wanted in connection with a $7 million armored car robbery in Connecticut in 1983.

  And then there is William Morales of the Puerto Rican independence group the FALN. He lost most of both hands while assembling a device in an FALN bomb factory in 1979, but managed to escape from a hospital ward where he was being fitted for prosthetic hands after being convicted of weapons charges and sentenced to 99 years. 

  Morales made his way to Mexico, where an effort to capture him led to a shootout, which ended with a local cop being killed. He served five years in a Mexican prison but then was allowed to board a plane for Havana despite American efforts to extradite him.”

 

    Read more of about these longtime fugitives from justice that Obama has chosen to ignore while making deals with tyrants , just as he ignored our citizens being held by Iran as he enriched their treasury and war-making ability .

Everybody Tango !

Everybody Tango

Steve Breen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 06.24.15

 

 

National Police Misconduct Reporting Project

 

 

” Here are the ten reports of police misconduct tracked for Wednesday, June 24, 2015:

  • Island County, Washington: The sheriff apologized for the dehydration death-in-custody of a mentally ill man. ow.ly/OHzAe
  • Update: Evans, Colorado (First reported 04-10-15): An officer was cleared of wrongdoing during an investigation into the shooting death of a county deputy’s wife. The deputy is facing charges in that case. ow.ly/OJXXQ
  • Update: Bibb County, Georgia (First reported 06-18-15): A deputy was fired after his DUI arrest. ow.ly/OK4Ev
  • Key West, Florida: An officer was arrested for domestic battery of his 18-year-old girlfriend. ow.ly/OKhFd
  • Jackson County, Oregon: A now-former officer was cleared of criminal wrongdoing in a ticket-fixing investigation. ow.ly/OKiFG
  • Update: Las Cruces, New Mexico (First reported 05-20-15): Two officers were indicted for their roles in a jailhouse beating. ow.ly/OKHqo
  • Update: Albuquerque, New Mexico (First reported 03-27-14): Two officers were charged with 2nd degree murder in the shooting death of James Boyd last year. ow.ly/OKJYD
  • Update: Lowndes County, Georgia (First reported 05-07-14): A now-former deputy was sentenced to 21 months in federal prison for extorting Hispanic drivers. He took money from them during traffic stops under threat of deportation. ow.ly/OL1qf
  • Update: Dover, Delaware (First reported 05-06-15): An officer indicted for assault against a suspect due to video of the incident has trial scheduled for November  30, 2015. ow.ly/OKLzX
  • Update: State College, Pennsylvania (First reported 05-15-15): An officer was fired and charged with tampering. He allegedly removed and replaced the contents of 120 packs of drug evidence. ow.ly/OKN9n

 

 

 

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National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 06.23.15

 

 

National Police Misconduct Reporting Project

 

” Here are the nine reports of police misconduct tracked for Tuesday, June 24, 2015:

  • New York, New York: An officer was arrested for assault and harassment for an incident off duty. ow.ly/OGo4R
  • Asbury Park, New Jersey: An officer was arrested for tampering, falsifying records, and other official misconduct. ow.ly/OGBBx
  • Update: Des Moines, Iowa (First reported 05-07-13): A now-former officer was sentenced to five years and three months violating a man’s civil rights for using excessive force during an arrest. He arrived on the scene and the suspect had already been subdued by fellow officers. He kicked the suspect in the teeth. ow.ly/OGEOp
  • Honolulu, Hawaii: An officer was charged with trespassing. The victim claims charges too light for his actions. ow.ly/OGSPM
  • Cleveland, Ohio: An officer was charged with domestic violence. ow.ly/OH1P0
  • Update: New York, New York: Three officers had misconduct charges dropped in two separate cases that alleged excessive force. ow.ly/OH3HY
  • Broward County, Florida: Four deputies have been accused of beating a woman in custody. ow.ly/OH6yw
  • Springfield, Oregon: The City settled a whistleblower lawsuit brought by a former officer for $250,000. He alleged retaliation for repeatedly reporting misconduct. ow.ly/OH7Q7
  • Cleveland, Mississippi: An investigator shot a leashed family dog and then lied about it in his report. ow.ly/OH8zH

 

 

 

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Glenn McCoy

 

 

Glenn McCoy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 06.19.15 To 06.22.15

 

 

National Police Misconduct Reporting Project

 

 

 

” Here are the nine reports of police misconduct tracked for Saturday, June 19 through Monday, June 22, 2015:

  • Columbus, Ohio: An officer inadvertently shot a four-year-old girl while attempting to shoot the family dog. The girl was wounded in the leg. ow.ly/Oz7KJ
  • Boca Raton, Florida: An officer was fired for violating procedure in a shooting incident last year. ow.ly/Ozc8Y
  • Erie Township, Michigan: An officer was suspended for actions before and after a domestic altercation that involved a shooting. ow.ly/OzhSy
  • Prince George’s County, Maryland: The department is being sued by a man after a police cruiser collided with him while he was on an ATV. ow.ly/ODhjg
  • Fulton County, Georgia: A captain was arrested for pandering during a vice sting in another county. ow.ly/ODrId
  • Update: Newton, New Jersey: A now-former officer pled guilty to exposing himself to five men during traffic stops. He is scheduled to be sentenced in August. ow.ly/ODK2b
  • Osage Nation, Oklahoma: An officer was charged with a felony after a fatal hit-and-run of a pedestrian. ow.ly/ODVlk
  • Owasso, Oklahoma: An officer was placed on leave while under investigation for use of excessive force. ow.ly/OE6Rp
  • Update: Simpsonville, South Carolina: A now-former officer pled guilty to misconduct. He improperly disposed of evidence in murder case. ow.ly/OEa6F

 

 

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National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 06.19.15

 

National Police Misconduct Reporting Project

 

 

 

” Here are the eight reports of police misconduct tracked for Friday, June 19, 2015:

  • Jacksonville, Florida: An officer was arrested for battery and drug charges. ow.ly/OwUS4
  • Miami-Dade, Florida: A detective was relieved of duty after being accused of stealing custom-made jewelry during a drug raid. ow.ly/Ox0xC
  • Seaside Park, New Jersey: An officer was arrested for sexual contact with a minor. ow.ly/Oxuto
  • Sweetwater County, Wyoming: A now-former deputy pled not guilty to perjury charges related to multiple traffic stops in 2014. ow.ly/Oxxaa
  • Amarillo, Texas: An officer was fired after sexual assault allegation. ow.ly/OxyLw
  • Dekalb County, Georgia: A now-former deputy will serve one year in prison for soliciting prostitution while on duty. He was sentenced to ten years but will have nine years suspended. ow.ly/OxKwn
  • Richland County, South Carolina: A deputy was arrested for domestic violence. ow.ly/Oy0vQ
  • Omaha, Nebraska: A sergeant was arrested for DUI. ow.ly/Oy4YG

 

 

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Lisa Benson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 06.18.15

 

 

National Police Misconduct Reporting Project

 

 

 

 

” Here are the eight reports of police misconduct tracked for Thursday, June 18, 2015:

  • Calhoun County, Colorado: A deputy was arrested for DUI. ow.ly/OtVEx
  • Sacramento County, California: A now-former deputy was convicted for selling firearms purchased for law enforcement to a civilian illegally. ow.ly/Ou1TO
  • Salinas, California: An officer has been removed from patrol duty after a recorded violent arrest. He struck the suspect five times with his baton.ow.ly/OuunG
  • Update: Buffalo, New York (First reported 05-08-15): An officer will not be charged for actions off duty at a bar where the owner threw a patron down a flight of stairs, leading to his eventual death. Another off-duty officer who was there faces civil rights charges.  ow.ly/OuC3u
  • Deschutes County, Oregon: The sheriff’s office faces a wrongful death suit and a state department of justice investigation for letting an inmate die in custody. ow.ly/OuSjW
  • Miami-Dade, Florida: A detective was indicted on federal charges for stealing money and other property from motorists. ow.ly/OuWRr
  • Monroe, Michigan: An officer was fined $850 after he pled guilty to operating while impaired, a lesser charge than DUI. He remains on leave. ow.ly/OuU5m
  • Bibb County, Georgia: A deputy was arrested for DUI ow.ly/OuTfy

 

 

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Nate Beeler

 

 

NSA Dad

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Steve Kelley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 06.17.15

 

 

National Police Misconduct Reporting Project

 

 

” Here are the eight reports of police misconduct tracked for Wednesday, June 17, 2015:

  • Neptune Township, New Jersey: An officer ran his ex-wife’s car off the road and then fatally shot her. Their seven-year-old child was riding in the car with her mother when she was shot. The officer was charged with murder after a standoff with police on the scene. ow.ly/Or68e
  • Paterson, New Jersey: An officer was charged with leaving scene of fatal accident. ow.ly/OrixR
  • New York, New York: A now-former officer pled guilty to grand larceny in a ticket-fixing scandal. ow.ly/OrpCy
  • New York State Police: A trooper was indicted for sexual assault of a woman in a hotel room in Atlantic City. ow.ly/OrBlN
  • Kansas City, Missouri: An officer was placed on leave after domestic violence and computer tampering charges were filed against him. ow.ly/OrC0r
  • Decatur County, Georgia: Three now-former deputies were convicted in covering-up a use-of-force incident and withholding evidence in the resulting case against the suspect. ow.ly/Os7lw
  • Mansfield, Ohio: An officer trainee was charged with kidnapping and unlawful restraint. He was fired. ow.ly/Osa37
  • Update: Indio, California (First reported 10-03-14): Two officers will stand trial in July for alleged excessive force during an arrest and an attempted cover up of the incident. ow.ly/Oshnf

 

 

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Jerry Holbert

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 06.16.15

 

 

National Police Misconduct Reporting Project

 

 

” Here are the eight reports of police misconduct tracked for Tuesday, June 16, 2015:

  • Selmer, Tennessee: A sergeant was indicted for assaulting an arrestee while processing him. ow.ly/OnTf6
  • Update: Broward County, Florida (First reported 05-07-15): A deputy had  felony assault added to charges stemming from a video recorded beating of a man at a gas station. As a result, he is no longer being paid for his time on leave. ow.ly/Oo1Qz
  • Update: Lee, Massachusetts (First reported 08-12-13): The now-former chief was found guilty of extortion. He was acquitted of 10 other counts including money laundering and wire fraud. ow.ly/Ooh1M
  • Beech Grove, Indiana: An officer was placed on leave after her arrest for OWI. ow.ly/OoJE7
  • Nassau County, Florida: A deputy was arrested and charged for trafficking hydrocodone. ow.ly/OoNFu
  • Maui, Hawaii: An officer was arrested for DUI. He is the second Maui officer arrested for that in as many weeks. ow.ly/OoS25
  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin: The City will pay $100,000 to a woman who was punched by a police officer and dragged from her car by her hair. ow.ly/Opl3j
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The City will pay $490,000 to the family of a man who was fatally shot by an off-duty police officer. The now-former officer, who is serving a prison sentence for the murder, had been angered when his girlfriend’s cell got wet during water pistol fight. ow.ly/Opqki

 

 

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