“It’s Never Too Late for Justice” – Racist killings from the civil rights era to today

Tue, 08/04/2015 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Decatur Public Library Auditorium
215 Sycamore St.
Decatur, GA
United States

African-Americans have been murdered with impunity in the Deep South for decades. Today's tragedies far too often become tomorrow's cold cases. They are part of a long history of unresolved racist killings.  The Cold Case Justice Initiative was founded in 2007 at the Syracuse University College of Law to reopen and investigate these cases and, where possible, advocate for prosecutions. CCJI investigators will draw the connection between the one-year anniversary this week of the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, subsequent police homicides of young Black men and women, and the hundreds of cold cases from the civil rights era. 6:30 – 7 p.m.

Woman Arrested for "Contempt of Cop" While Feeding Homeless


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Caroline Croland was arrested while volunteering with Atlanta Food Not Bombs, a group which serves food to homeless people.  Her supposed crime was questioning why the cops were harassing Food Not Bombs.

APD Officer S. Camille was harrassing and detaining another volunteer, and seemed to be targetting the group.  Angered by this, Caroline shouted at the officer "Why can't we share a meal every sunday without state harassment?  Why?  Answer me!"

Officer Camille then illegally arrested Caroline for "disorderly conduct".  Questioning or criticizing the police is protected by the first amendment.  Cops don't have the right to arrest someone just because they feel disrespected.  Caroline is suing the Atlanta Police Department and filing complaints against the officer involved.

For more information: http://www.copwatchoea.org

Evidence of police state USA

Perhaps many who now read these impressions have similar sentiments regarding our odyssey:

My journey has been long, arduous, painful, adventurous, insightful, exhausting &


the illusive rewards incalculable& infinitesimal.



Targeted For Terror

See the following site for important information on global efforts to stop the incapacitating and destructive psychoelectronic assaults on our Brothers & Sisters:

Police in Cobb County kill rapist

Should we celebrate this or should we be outraged?

On one hand, the police killed someone.

On the other hand, the guy was a piece of shit rapist.

My ideology gets confusing sometimes...


Outlaws Are Better Men.

After decades of my study of the corruption of those who represent themselves as lawmen in the USA, I have determined on balance that Outlaws Are Better Men.

Collective Resistance

By David Roberts - one of the first 10 original members of the Georgia prison hunger strikers, currently captive in Jackson Prison.

We have now seen it on the news...Atlanta police attacked a man for "asking some questions!?"  They pepper sprayed the man and beat him, then 7 or 8 of them jumped on him and handcuffed him.  Looked exactly like another Rodney King thing to me!

Luckily an unafraid brother had his cell phone handy and videotaped the whole incident.  This happened a couple of weeks ago and hopefully the man's friends have retained a good attorney for him and with the videotape evidence, he should be back out there and waiting for his day in court with a lawsuit pending and some of those that beat him fired!

21-year-old anti-fascist protester assaulted by police and arrested on Saturday, April 20, 2013

A 21-year-old woman was assaulted by the police and arrested yesterday while legally and non-violently protesting the Klan / Neo-Nazi / anti-immigrant demonstration that was going on at the Georgia Capitol in downtown Atlanta. She also faced extensive misogynistic and anti-LGBTQ sexual harassment during booking.

Partial coverage is at [ http://eastatlanta.patch.com/blog_posts/nazis-and-kkk-protest-atlanta-fr... ].

Any eyewitnesses and anyone with video or photos of the assault and arrest need to contact 2013.04.20.atlanta@gmail.com as soon as possible. Please spread the word!

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