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Bad People? (Poem)

When we peacefully kneel and protest against police brutality, we’re called bad people

When we riot against racial oppression and police brutality , they call us bad people

When Nazis go to Charlottesville to terrorize and kill people, President Trump calls them very fine people.

-Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare

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A woman named Bunny, who was a neighbor of Botham Jean and filmed the aftermath of his murder has received numerous death threats.

Joshua Brown , the next door neighbor of botham Jean , who was a witness for the DA in their case against the racist and murderous cop Amber Guyger has been murdered.

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The Dallas Police Officer who shot and Killed Botham Jean, Officially fired By Dallas PD

By: Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare

Amber Guyger, the white woman Dallas, police officer who shot and killed 26-year Botham Jean, a seemingly law abiding citizen in his own apartment was officially fired by former police department.

After the shooting, Guyger, originally claimed that she some how confused, Mr.Jean’s apartment for her own, and claimed she shot him when he didn’t respond to her verbal commands.

According to some news outlets, some neighbors gave conflicting accounts to what they heard.

Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall, reportedly fired Amber Guyger after an internal investigation was concluded and determined the former Dallas police officer “engaged in adverse conduct’.

She has reportedly been charged with manslaughter in the death of, Jean.

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The last two days when I see the senseless and easily avoidable shooting of two black men ( Alton Sterling and Philando Castile) or see several police killed and wounded , while policing a rally against police brutality and racism, that was relatively peaceful up into the point of the shooting.

It reminds of the Martin Luther King Jr. Statement, that conservative media purposely omits from MLK’s legacy and that’s “Riots is the voice of the unheard.”

Obviously, one wrong does not correct another wrong, but hurt people hurt people. You can’t kill more unarmed black people than white mass shooters and expect that everyone will turn the other cheek like the great Martin Luther King Jr. Especially when you have seen this ridiculous movie so many times from Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice, etc. And you know how it all ends, no conviction, even if caught on camera.

-Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare