By Premier on Friday, April 25, 2008 with 1 comment

This is completely some “FRAGEL-Nackcle-Bull”. What is really going on when police officers can unload this many bullets and it can be justified.

Sean Bell’s shooters have been acquitted from all charges. The Judge had the nerve to say that it was some holes in the case & and they lied about some of the events.
By the way the detectives decided to get judge to decide their fate and not a jury......

Young man that was about to be married. Later today she will have a statement on the recent verdict that has come down .
While these detectives acquitted, a Federal Case has not come about –Sean Bell’s father has just mentioned.. So the battle is not over. Clearly this is a crazy thing to endure but overall it is about justice.

*************************** Here Is the Back Story ************************

In the early morning hours of Nov. 25, 2006, Sean Bell, a 23-year-old New York City man due to be married later that day, walked out of a Queens strip club, climbed into a gray Nissan Altima with two friends who had been celebrating with him - and died in a hail of 50 bullets fired by a group of five police officers.
The shooting shocked the city and brought back memories of the deaths in other high-profile police shootings - in particular, the death of Amadou Diallo, an African peddler killed after police fired 41 shots at him in 1999. Both men were black and both were unarmed, although in both cases the officers appeared to have believed the suspect had a gun. While the death of Mr. Bell did not prompt the same levels of rage and protest as the Diallo case, it prompted unsettling questions about the changes in police procedures adopted in recent years, and about whether black men remained unfairly singled out for aggressive police action.

Category: Sean Bell , Young Slain



Anonymous said...
Fri Apr 25, 10:11:00 AM

This goes to show america how they still call kill us for the color of our skin or because we look "suspicious" and get a way with it. We need to stand up African-american Kings and Queens and fight for justice in this sin sick world.