Thursday, April 27, 2017

Dont be surprised.... Another false flag coming?

"False flag terrorism" occurs when elements within a government, stage a secret operation whereby government forces pretend to be a targeted enemy while attacking their own forces or people. The attack is then falsely blamed on the enemy in order to justify going to war against that enemy.

Strangely before any world breaking tragedy story... There's a casting call... Coincidence? 

I think NOT! 

Stay tuned....

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Murdered but not forgotten: Ervin Edwards

Police Electrocuted Black Man To Death For Sagging Pants
Video Contradicts Police Claims After Man Dies In Custody After Arrest For Sagging Pants

A newly released video – which contradicts police reports – shows a black Louisiana man lying facedown and unresponsive in a jail cell where he died after officers shocked him with a stun gun.

Ervin Leon Edwards, 38, was arrested on November 26, 2013, after police in West Baton Rouge Parish responded to a call that he had been arguing with his girlfriend at a nearby gas station. When they arrived, the officers saw no argument, but began questioning Edwards over his “sagging” pants, and arrested him when he became “combative.”
The couple had calmed down by the time deputies arrived, but they questioned Edwards about his “sagging” pants – which are banned in the city – and then arrested him. A number of southern Louisiana parishes have banned pants that “fall below the hips, expose underwear or create indecent exposure,” with fines ranging from $25 to $100.

Police said Edwards was combative after he was placed in handcuffs and threatened to kill officers, and an officer threatened to use a stun gun to subdue him.

Edwards’ girlfriend begged officers not to use a stun gun, telling them Edwards suffered from high blood pressure, according to a wrongful death lawsuit filed last year by the man’s family.

Family members also said Edwards was partially deaf and mentally disabled.

Officers did not use the stun gun against Edwards at the gas station, but a Port Allen police officer eventually shocked him inside the West Baton Rouge Jail cell.

Officer Dustin McMullan, of Port Arthur police, said he used the stun gun for its full five-second cycle but re-holstered the weapon because it did not appear to have any effect on Edwards, the newspaper reported.

McMullan claimed in an incident report that he helped other officers use “empty hand control techniques” to remove the restraints from Edwards’ ankles and hands before leaving the cell.

The incident report also claims a deputy checked on Edwards after he was left alone in the cell and found him breathing and moving his arms.

However, the video directly contradicts the officer’s claims.

The grainy video footage does not clearly show how many times Edwards was shocked, but it shows McMullan kept the stun gun pressed against the inmate’s buttocks in “stun drive” mode for more than a minute.

Edwards stopped moving a short time later and never budged afterward, and the video shows officers left him alone in the cell for about 10 minutes without examining him.
Officers occasionally peeked through a window in the cell door but did not render any medical assistance to Edwards as he lay unconscious on the floor – which law enforcement experts said violated corrections standards.

An internal review of the incident found no criminal wrongdoing, but the West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office has turned over its findings to the U.S. Department of Justice for examination.

Edwards’ cause of death was classified as “undetermined” and officially a result of “acute cocaine and phencyclidine (PCP) intoxication in association with restraint by law enforcement,” according to the autopsy report.

Law enforcement experts said Edwards – who was described in the autopsy report as morbidly obese – likely died as a result of “excited delirium,” a controversial diagnosis to describe in-custody deaths involving drug intoxication, struggles with police, and the suspect’s health.

“The drugs didn’t kill him,” said his mother, Viney Edwards. “The police killed him.”

Greg Meyer, a retired captain formerly with the Los Angeles Police Department and recognized nationally as a use of force expert, said the police should have asked for immediate medical intervention as soon as it was obvious Edwards had stopped moving.

“This incident has all the appearances of a typical arrest-related death that happens hundreds of times each year around the country,” Meyer said, “and this subject may well have passed away regardless of police and medical intervention.”

As for the pants that provided the pretext for the arrest, the police yanked them off Edwards and left them in the hallway of the jail. The video shows what appears to be a jail worker casually kicking them out of the way as he checks on Edwards, just before calling for medical assistance. #ervinedwards #blacklivesmatter

Saturday, February 4, 2017

Beyonce killed rumors to be... EXCLUSIVE PICS!!!!

Unless you've been living under a rock for the last several years, I'm sure you heard all the gossip about Beyonce faking her first pregnancy with Blue Ivy.
Remember the whole "deflated" stomach...

One would guess the release of the photo grid below was a PR stunt to debunk any rumors that Beyonce wasn't actually carrying Blue Ivy..

Nuntheless, Beyonce took to Instagram to make her big announcement...
Check out some exclusive previews from her maternity shoot!

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

In the beginning there was life... IN AFRICA!! UNSHARED BLACK HISTORY

The science of archaeology, paleontology, and genetics has all proved beyond any doubt that human life originated in Africa. They have all shown that the first humans that ever lived had lived in Africa.
Scientists who compared the skulls and DNA of human remains from around the world say their results point to modern humans (Homo sapiens) having a single origin in Africa. The study didn't find any evidence to suggest that human species living elsewhere in the world contributed to our direct ancestors' make-up.Jul 18, 2007

It is in Africa that the oldest fossils of the early ancestors of humankind have been found, and it is the only continent that shows evidence of humans through the key stages of evolution.

Scientific techniques, ranging from fossil identification, radiocarbon dating and analysis of DNA - the human genetic blueprint passed down from one generation to the next - all support the notion that Africa, and in particular the eastern and southern regions, is the cradle of humankind.

You may wonder why this information is rarely a topic of discussion... BRAINWASHING!!

Friday, January 27, 2017

President Obama Signs The Emmett Till Bill To Reopen Unsolved Civil Rights Cases

While you were preoccupied with the election.. you may have missed this bit of information that the media won't cover...

President Barack Obama signed legislation right before his exit, that allows the FBI and the Department of Justice to reopen unsolved civil rights cases. Initially titled Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes, the updated version of this bill now allows both agencies to bring to justice those who committed crimes prior to 1970.
Named after Emmett Till, the 14-year-old boy from Chicago who was taken from his bed in the middle of night, beat and shot by two white men for allegedly whistling at a white woman, the Justice Department is being encouraged to reach out to “activists, advocates and academics working on these issues.”

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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Ginuwine photo leak..

Remember 90s sensation Ginuwine
Looks like an ex decided to leak some xxx pics of the R&B heart throb. Let's just say it has the whole internet buzzing about his pony!!

Max Lux expecting another child... And it ain't with wife Brandi #LHH

If you watched the last Love & Hip Hop Reunion, did you catch the latest tea?? Let's recap...

Text from "baby momma" to wife Brandi...

And to Max Lux...

Looks like Brandi liked it๐Ÿ˜

Do you see the resemblance??

Official blood test request.. time will definitely tell.

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Tuesday, January 3, 2017

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