Police/Legal/Prisons

One Year Without Justice for Terrence Sterling Video

Video clip from the rememberance of Terrence Sterling at the very spot where Terrence was murdered by MPD Officer Brian Trainer.

One year later, and Officer Trainer has not been indicted or fired, and continues to get paid.

https://youtu.be/4KBJwZlcXqY

Protests mark 1 yr anniversary of police shooting of Terrence Sterling

On September 11, 2016, MPD officer Brian Trainer shot and killed Terrence Sterling at 3rd and M sts NW at about 4:20 AM. One year later at the same time, protesters gathered at the same intersection demanding that Brian Trainer be fired. The first protest was a vigil from 4AM until about 9AM, at 6PM protesters returned for a march on the FOP and MPD headquarters

Video of the evening march to FOP and MPD headquarters

One Year Without Justice for Terrence Sterling Video: https://youtube/4KBJwZlcXqY

The first vigil just before 5AM.

Park Police raid Farragut Sq vigil, take tents, food, even water

Update 4AM Sep 9:Police raid Impeachment square, all tents, food, and even water stolen. Press release calls out NPS for granting a permit for extreme-right MOAR event Sep 16 in DC but raiding a peaceful vigil against white supremacy

On the 8th of September, the Charlottesville to DC vigil at Farragut Square officially became Impeachment Square. Shortly after noon, they sent out an emergency request for reinforcements, as the Park Service was seeking to evict them. People are being asked to call 202-619-7023 to demand that the Park Service issue a permit for the vigil to stay in Farragut Square.

Video clips of the 4AM Park Police raid

Related:March to White House Evening of Sep 8

Cops stole the tents, but Impeachment Square vigil still holding out as of Sep 9

Prosecutors, Trump go light on Charlottesville Nazis compared to DisruptJ20

Iron Snowflake news video anchored by Luke

Police and prosecutors have cut the Nazis of Charlottesville a huge break, with scattered individual arrests for serious crimes compared to the kettle, mass arrest, and wholesale felony charges against those who dared to protest Trump's Inauguration on Jan 20

Still from ACLU VA video showing Nazi firing pistol at an African-American counterprotester in Charlottesville.

Millions for Prisoners marches on White House against slave labor in US prisons

On the 19th of August, Millions for Prisoners marched on the White House and held a rally demanding and end to what one speaker called the "Confederate" jail and prison system in which prison labor for 50 cents per hour is essentially slave labor backed by punishments.

Selected speakers from Millions for Prisoners

Aug. 19 Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March in Wash. DC

Plantations Were Prisons: Mobilizing for the Aug. 19 Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March in Washington DC-Part one of an interview with Law Professor Angela A. Allen-BellRobert H. King and Albert Woodfox of the Angola 3 are issuing a call to everybody concerned about the human rights of US prisoners: "We know the economic situation for African Americans, other minority communities, and poor whites is very difficult.

Aug. 19 Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March in Wash. DC

Plantations Were Prisons: Mobilizing for the Aug. 19 Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March in Washington DC-Part one of an interview with Law Professor Angela A. Allen-BellRobert H. King and Albert Woodfox of the Angola 3 are issuing a call to everybody concerned about the human rights of US prisoners: "We know the economic situation for African Americans, other minority communities, and poor whites is very difficult.

Urgent: Arrests and house raids target community activists in Durham, NC

The Durham County, NC Sheriff's Office is conducting house raids and arrests of people they think played a role in the Mon, Aug 14 removal of a Confederate statue in the city of Durham, NC. The Sheriff's Dept is using video in an attempt to identify participants.

Plantations Were Prisons: Mobilizing for the Aug. 19 Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March in Wash. DC

Youtube video-2011 Amnesty International interview with Robert H. King, entitled "Slavery Still Reigns in US prisons

Plantations Were Prisons: Mobilizing for the Aug. 19 Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March in Washington DC-Part one of an interview with Law Professor Angela A. Allen-Bell

Robert H. King and Albert Woodfox of the Angola 3 are issuing a call to everybody concerned about the human rights of US prisoners: "We know the economic situation for African Americans, other minority communities, and poor whites is very difficult. However, if there is any way possible for you to get to the Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March in Washington DC on August 19 , so that your voice can be heard, so that we can speak in one voice, please join us. Enough is Enough!"

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