Yes, you read it right. New York started an executive order in 2015, forces them investigating the deaths of unarmed citizens at the hands of the NYPD. I wonder how many white NYPD officers have shot unarmed men that have not been charged. I'll be clear in my stance by saying, ALL cops should have been prosecuted for shooting an unarmed person, not just the black Do you recall the black cop that threw a set of twins to the ground where a white teacher attempted to intervene? He was suspended; the teacher Do you also recall the 2 cops who were found guilty of killing a child and his father where they were found guilty and are currently serving time?
If that doesn't tell you that we as black people are nothing more than second-class citizens, I don't know what will it is otherwise. This is why the peaceful protest started *take a knee* Black lives matter too. I also predict NYPD will have a surge of *coughs*(planted weapons) or he reached for something instances
Dear black police officers, You will always wake up black. Black Lives Matter should be cappin' for you. Rant complete and again I've digressed.
You will always wake up black. Will Black Lives Matter cape for you? They wont it will contridict the movement that would be a catch 22. However, if this keeps thry wiil have ot reevaluate these shootings, but I've I've digressed.
NYPD Officer Wayne Isaacs, 38, faces 25 years to life in prison for the murder of Delrawn Small on July 4, 2016 near the intersection of Atlantic Ave. and Bradford St. in East New York.
Small, was driving with his family on Atlantic Ave. when Isaacs, who was heading home after a shift at the 79th Precinct, cut him off.
Prosecutors from the attorney general’s officemwith the intent to prove to the jurors that although Small was the initial aggressor, Isaacs escalated and quickly finished the dispute when he opened fire with his service weapon.
Video surveillance from a nearby business, allegedly showed Small approach Isaacs car and get shot.
Opening statements are expected to begin on Monday. Approximately 35 witnesses are expected to testify at the trial that may last until Nov. 17.