Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Man shot, killed by MPD..

MEMPHIS, TN - March 24, 2016
Memphis Police Department arrived at Allen's home after his family made multiple 911 calls, claiming he was having a mental episode and hallucinating.

Officers said Allen did not respond to commands the tried to give him. They said he refused to calm down...

Note: MPD responded to a mental distress call, yet made a point to mention Allen was unresponsive.. which would further demonstrate there was some mental instability issues going on..There was no mention of any psychological backup of any sort being called; however, MPD has been recognized nationally for their Crisis Intervention Training. PBS Newshour featured officers trained in dealing with people who have mental illness.


Of course the stories from the police officers and the witnesses vary, but it's no surprise who's story was accredited... and it wasn't the witnesses...
(although it's perfectly fine to incarcerate people soley on witness testimony, if it contradicts officials, it's discredited).

According to the officers, Allen pointed the gun at them provoking the shooting and his murder...

According to the witnesses, Allen and his fiancee' struggled over the gun, and Allen was shot multiple times in the back.

How can one be shot in the BACK if he is pointing a gun at the responding officer??


Since this story first broke, there has been no further media coverage. The department never said how many shots were fired or where the bullets hit Allen.

In contrast to the fatality from the Black Community, earlier in the month in Midtown, police safely disable and take another man into custody who had a gun and was involved in an hour-long standoff with police while having a mental episode..

Our lesson learned... If ever there is a family dispute amongst Black people....
DON'T CALL THE POLICE!! THOUGH THEY ARE TRAINED TO HANDLE ANY GIVEN SITUATION, THEIR FIRST RESPONSE TO US IS SHOOT TO KILL. 

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