police terror

Jeremy Marks, Black High School Student's Home Raided by L.A. Cops/DA Cooley; [Petition after article]

Jeremy Marks, a black high school student was put in jail last year for videotaping a LAUSD school police officer assaulting another teenager at a bus stop. All Jeremy did was videotape the incident & nothing else yet he was put in jail for approx 7 months, & was bailed out right before XMAS thanks to someone from Google....he was charged with 'Attempted Lynching.' (His bail was $155,000 & he was threatened with 7 yrs prison time)

On Jan 26, 2011, DA Steve Cooley had Jeremy's home raided and 30 + LAPD cops came in and took computers, cell phones etc.....trying to get any evidence they can before his trial!

 

LA District Attorney orders Gestapo-style police raid on home of Jeremy Marks

Terror tactics in the police war on video

By Doug Kauffman and Ian Thompson  January 27, 2011

March 22: NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION - Called by Dallas Communities Organizing Against Police Terrorism

GOALS FOR THE PEOPLE

These goals should be implemented in short/long terms. Places that already have this or something similar, we ask that you support those of us that do not:

 

  1. Know Your Rights Classes specific to your state. I.E. California vs. Texas Gun Laws

  2. Local community based patrols. Make the police “services” obsolete in your community

  3. Documentation of police activity that can later be used as evidence.

  4. Community Review Boards- Establish or implement them with subpoena power with the ability to prosecute.

  5. Tribunal del pueblo- The people’s court where the true peers and equals of the people assaulted can express, and try the offender.

January 1st Community Rally: Justice for Derrick Jones and Oscar Grant!

Social Justice Activists & All Other Outraged People!

On Jan 1st two years ago, Oscar Grant was Murdered at the Fruitvale Bart Station by the BART police. The "Oscar Grant Committee To Stop Police Brutality and State Repression" will be joining with the Families of both Oscar Grant and Derrick Jones, as well as others, to commemorate their slain loved ones and Demand Justice and an END TO POLICE TERROR.

Make a New Years resolution to stand up to racism and unjustified police
shootings and brutality. Join us and make a difference!

"Operation Small Axe" Film about Police Brutality, Resonates with Communities All Over the Country

Oakland Filmmaker Feels Police Wrath

An Epidemic of Brutality

By LINN WASHINGTON, Jr.         NOV 5-7, 2010

Hours after San Francisco Bay Area radio show host J.R. Valrey screened his documentary film about police brutality at a university in Philadelphia daily newspapers in that city carried articles about two separate lawsuits filed against Philly police alleging brutality.

 

Those lawsuits, filed respectively by a state legislator and a high-profile media commentator (both of whom are black) didn’t surprise Valrey. His travels across America screening his film highlighted for him – again – a reality that governmental officials constantly reject: police brutality is a widespread scourge.

 

May 13, 2010: Anniversary of the bombing of MOVE! STOP POLICE TERROR!

25th Anniversary of Bombing of MOVE!     STOP POLICE TERROR!

IT’S TIME TO STOP POLICE TERRORISM!!!!!

This year marks 25 YEARS since the bombing of our FAMILY! MOVE is delivering MURDER complaints to Seth Williams (Philadelphia’s First Black District Attorney) at 9:00am on May 12th, CHARGING officials with the VICIOUS MURDER of 11 INNOCENT MOVE family members!

There will be a 10:00 am press conference at the AFSC, located at 15th & Cherry Sts., about the MURDER COMPLAINTS.

There will also be a 6:00 pm program at the African-American Museum, located at 7th & Arch Sts., which includes the screening of 2 Films On MOVE.

Following, on Sunday, May 16th, there will be a CHILDREN’S PLAY performed by the MOVE children at The Rotunda, located at 40th& Walnut Sts., directly behind the Bridge Movie Theatre.

For more INFO please contact:
MOVE
P.O. BOX 19709
PHILA., PA. 19143
onamovellja@aol.com or call (215) 387-4107