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At some point, Minneapolis mayor R.T. Rybak will have to get a handle on his police department and the officers who make downtown Minneapolis the most unsafe part of the city. Below is the latest incident involving yet another “innocent” Black man. Zackary King tells his story to thousands on Facebook – and yes, we’re listening. Of course Mr. King will have no help from the Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights – a couple of investigators are too busy with each other….
The video below show solid evidence of a rouge police force enforcing their own laws.
Fast Tube by Casper
Posted by Donald W.R. Allen, II – Editor in Chief/The Independent Business News Network
Minneapolis, MN (IBNN NEWS/Minneapolis Police/June 22, 2012)…”My name is Zachary King Sr. (Facebook) – I was beat by four or more officers Sunday after concert for no reason at all, I was walking to my truck when a officer Stewart noticed I had a bulge in my shirt, he asked me what it was I put my hands up and said I have a conceal & carry and it’s my gun he then grabbed me by neck screamed “GUN, GUN, GUN,” slammed me against brick wall then four or more officer slammed me on my face including officer Bronson and beat the mess outta me for no reason, I’m legal and they arrested me for obstruction of legal process whatever that is? I did nothing wrong they gave me a breathalyzer I blew 0′s I didn’t resist and I was profiled and they did this to me so we’re going to march on Friday (today) to police station downtown with over 100 people. I have a lot of people behind me that are not taking this lightly my mom is reverend and a chemical dependency counselor and her job and church are furious as we’ll as the whole twin cities hip hop community which I am a high ranking member in so this what the march is about we will have firm time and date for Friday tomorrow.”
Minneapolis Police are notorious for heinous beatings on club goers followed along with mace. If a citizen inquires about what’s happening, they too are thrown to the ground.
If fixing the police force means getting rid of Mayor Rybak – then let’s do it. He can always get a job at the Star Tribune.