by James Buchanan
How many times have Blacks rioted –even burning down a substantial portion of a city– because of a supposed case of “police brutality” against a Black, and then it turns out the Black was a life-long trouble-maker and the police had done nothing wrong?
In the Trayvon Martin case, we discovered that Trayvon, who was portrayed as an innocent child by the mainstream media, had violently attacked a Neighborhood Watchman, who caught him staring into homes and backyards for future possible burglaries. A burglar tool was found in the bushes where Trayvon had been hiding before he confronted and attacked George Zimmerman. Trayvon had been caught at his school with a backpack full of items stolen from a nearby home burglary.
In the Michael Brown case in Ferguson, Missouri, a six foot five Negro thug pushed around a clerk after stealing a box of cigars, and then he fought police officer Darren Wilson for his gun, charging back at the officer, which led to his being shot dead.
Now with the Freddie Gray incident in Baltimore, we were told that Mr. Gray, who was put in a police arrest van heavily constrained suffered a severed spine, which the local Blacks assumed was the fault of the police, and they proceeded to protest and riot over this.
An article from WbalTV reports “The other man who was loaded into the police transport van carrying Freddie Gray spoke out Thursday for the first time.”
“West Baltimore resident Donta Allen, 22, was the second man loaded into the police van near the end of the run on April 12.”
“He raised controversy with what he told police because he told them something he really he had to speculate on because he wouldn’t have known for sure.”
“‘On the morning of April 12, I went into a store right here at Penn/North Avenue to get a cigarette,’ Allen said.”
“Allen was picked up by city police at the corner of Pennsylvania and North avenues on a suspicion of stealing. The city’s camera system recorded the van that arrived and picked up Allen. It was the same van that was carrying Gray.”
“Allen said he did not know a man was already in the van. Gray was on the right side and Allen was loaded on the left side with a divider separating them.”
“Allen described what he heard: ‘When I got in the van, I didn’t hear nothing. It was a smooth ride. We went straight to the police station. All I heard was a little banging for about four seconds. I just heard little banging, just little banging.'”
An ABC7 news article reports “…a head injury he (Gray) sustained matches a bolt in the back of the van.”
The most likely scenario at this point is that Freddie Gray was deliberately banging his head in the police van, hoping to inflict some injuries, which he could use to get his criminal charges thrown out and to get a possible lawsuit against the Baltimore police.
So this is the man and the incident, that Blacks felt the need to protest and even riot over. Mr. Gray has a long list of arrests on his record, involving mostly illegal drug possession and drug-dealing, one burglary and one possession of stolen property.