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Judge empathizes with Sean Bell protest and Al Sharpton

Well, not entirely. Kimberly writes: As you may recall, Al Sharpton was among civil rights leaders who, in May 2008, protested in NYC over the police shooting and killing of unarmed bridegroom Sean Bell.  The protest was successful in that it was big, non-violent, and had an impact on New York City traffic. While most […]

Videos from Sean Bell vigils/demos in NYC today, May 7, 2008

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPqSKqceXi0] Related post: Green Party Presidential Hopeful Cynthia McKinney’s piece on Sean Bell and justice in America More videos at the jump..

NY Governor to meet with Sean Bell’s family and Al Sharpton

From Newsday: “New York Gov. David Paterson is scheduled to meet privately with the Rev. Al Sharpton and the family of fatal police shooting victim Sean Bell.” [on Thursday, May 8, 2008] Related post: Former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney’s statement about Sean Bell

Wed. May 7th: Vigil, pray, demonstrate for Sean Bell

Please consider joining the non-violent vigils/demonstrations in New York City to protest the acquittal of the officers who killed Sean Bell, an innocent man. At the bottom is a media report of where the demonstrations will begin as published at the Daily Voice. Also, there is information at National Action Network. Here is the official […]

More: Cynthia McKinney announcement about Sean Bell

Ms. McKinney posted a statement about the Sean Bell shooting, and the acquittal of the officers which we posted here the other day. Below is a press release on the same topic: April 26th, 2008 McKinney Responds to Verdict in Sean Bell’s Murder Green Party Hopeful Would De-fund Departments Which Violate Civil Rights Cynthia McKinney, […]

Cynthia McKinney knows their names: Comments on Sean Bell, the police, and black and brown people

Finally, however, someone broke the silence and admitted it. Former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper wrote in his book, “Breaking Rank,” that white police officers are afraid of Black men. He develops this theory in a chapter of the book entitled, “Why White Cops Kill Black Men.” Finally: a hint of truth coming from the […]