A Civil Race War is Not Happening Fast Enough to Suit the PTW
Cops are out of control, yes?
Pick, pick, pick - abuse, abuse, abuse - murder, murder, murder - all saying "I dare to bait you into retaliation or to fight back".
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The premise is insane, yes?
But there are non-human entities who thrive on, and PROFIT FROM chaos and pure evil, who are BEHIND THE SCENES instigating, organizing, and perpetrating the chaos - by design.
Now the 'big guns' of incendiary racial tension fronts are heading to Baltimore, MD
to add fuel to the fire, spur the momentum and 'get this thing moving' under the adage of 'never let a good crisis go to waste'.
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: Violence erupts at Baltimore police death protest
: 1 hour ago
: Protesters march during a rally in Baltimore, Maryland, on
: April 25, 2015, against the death of Freddie Gray while in
: police custody
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: Baltimore (AFP) - Protesters smashed police cars and shop
: windows in downtown Baltimore on Saturday when the biggest
: demonstration over the death of a young African-American
: man in police custody turned violent.
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: Protesters demand answers over Baltimore police death AFP
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: Police admit Baltimore man needed urgent medical help AFP
: Latest on Baltimore police-custody death: Protests wind down
: Associated Press
: Gaps remain in probe of Baltimore man's death in police
: custody Reuters
: More than 1,000 people joined an orderly 90-minute rally at
: Baltimore city hall demanding justice for Freddie Gray, who
: died last Sunday from spinal injuries, a week after his
: arrest in the city's impoverished west side.
: But the mood shifted dramatically when several scores of
: protesters moved on to the Camden Yards baseball stadium,
: an hour before the scheduled start of a Baltimore
: Orioles-Boston Red Sox game.
: Live images from local television news helicopters showed a
: youthful crowd hurling soda bottles and trash cans at
: police officers alongside the Sports Legends museum and
: Camden Yards ticket booths.
: "Protesters are now breaking windows and throwing items
: at us," the Baltimore police department confirmed on
: its Twitter feed. "We are asking everyone to remain
: Others were seen smashing shop windows and blocked
: intersections, with one motorist getting a rock through her
: car window, CBS affiliate WBAL reported.
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: Demonstrators march through the streets
: protesting …
: Demonstrators march through the streets protesting the death
: Freddie Gray, an African American man w …
: Five police cars were seen by an AFP photographer getting
: their windows smashed, before riot police moved in.
: Tensions have been simmering in the blue-collar Mid-Atlantic
: port city of 620,000 as investigators try to establish the
: circumstances that led to Gray's death.
: Speakers at the city hall rally called for President Barack
: Obama to launch a national inquiry into police misconduct,
: following a series of fatal confrontations between white
: police officers and African-American men and boys.
: "It has to stop. It really has to stop because it could
: have been any one of us," a young male adult member of
: Gray's extended family told the crowd.
: In a press conference Friday, officials acknowledged Gray
: should have received medical help at the moment of his
: arrest, when he was seen by bystanders -- and caught on
: video -- howling in apparent pain.
: They also revealed that Gray, contrary to police department
: policy, was not buckled into his seat in the van, which
: made at least three unexplained stops on its way to the
: Western District police station.
: Gray died Sunday with 80 percent of his spine severed at the
: neck, lawyers for his family have said. His funeral is
: scheduled for Monday.
: Six officers have been suspended with pay as the police
: investigation inches closer to a May 1 deadline to submit
: findings to a Maryland state prosecutor, who could decide
: to press charges.
: Gray's death is the latest in a string of high-profile
: confrontations between African Americans and police,
: including the fatal shooting of unarmed teenager Michael
: Brown in August in the St Louis. suburb of Ferguson.