Skip to comments.Chicago robbery, chase, crash and a riot: Neighborhood erupts when officer shoots attacking suspect
Posted on 12/18/2012 7:57:28 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
Not all black mob riots start with an armed robbery and car chase. But this one did. Just like on TV.
This riot is also on TV: YouTube. Not quite as polished but you get the picture.
The attacks are part of an epidemic of hundreds of cases of black mob violence in more than 80 cities over the last three years, as documented in the book White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America and how the media ignore it.
Chicago is Ground Zero for violence and denial. So much so that the riot did not even get that much attention.
It began over the weekend, when police say Jamaal Moore and his crew of four robbed a truck driver at gunpoint the latest in a series of such robberies in that South Chicago neighborhood.
After a high-speed chase, Jamaals car crashed and his four buddies fled. But Jamaal stayed behind. Some say a police cruiser hit him in pursuit but not hard enough to knock the fight out of him: The six-foot-tall, 200-pound suspect slammed one police officer to the ground twice. Then he went for the other.
She shot him dead as her partner warned he was reaching for a gun.
Despite reports that a gun had been used in the robbery minutes before, a gun was not found on Jamaal.
So far, this was just another day in the life of a big city police department. Then Jamaal Moores relatives arrived. Then his friends. Then their friends. Along with neighbors. Hundreds...
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Damn, in the midst of all the bad news recently, it’s refreshing to finally hear some GOOD NEWS!!
Will they break 500 this year? I say yes by about 30 after the holidays.
I absolutely can’t wait until the LINK cards stop working here.
I’m not a techie. What does that mean?
Take note of the next time you're in line at the grocery checkout.
1. Big family ahead of you in line (headed by one or more adult females -- no adult males).
2. Lots of groceries on the checkout table.
3. Total is rung up.
4. Card is presented for payment.
5. Card does not work.
6. Try card again. (Repeat steps 5 and 6.)
7. Alternate method of payment is discussed.
8. Argument ensues with cashier; or
9. Groceries are abandoned and customers exit; or
10. Customer withdraws large sum of cash from ATM (backup account) and pays.
Note the time of month (within a 30-day period) you witness this scenario.
I saw such an incident last night, with step 10 as the resolution. They were lucky they had money from somewhere else. This indicates that mid-month is when the cards run low.
Contributions??? Yeah, send them more ammo then put chain link fence around their crib site.
I don’t think these mobs are afraid of the police. They can hit you anytime they want.
It's long overdue that society starts speaking the plain truth, and starts a real and honest dialogue about what is broken and how we can fix it. By not speaking the truth and having these honest discussions the race sycophants have truly hurt minority communities. You can't help fix things without honestly and accurately identifying the problems.
This guy was shot because he put himself in the position to get shot. He robbed someone, and then attacked a police officer. That is not a formula for a long life, no matter what your skin color.
Even better, shop where the LINK cards aren’t, if possible.
When choosing the shortest line at the supermarket, I now always evaluate the demographics of who is in line. The people that get their food for free can take forever to check out, although you do get a show.
It's something to see an EBT customer at the self-checkout with 400 items. That's a lot of work. Gee, I wonder what they could be up to.
Riots are opportunities to put a little chlorine in the gene pool. Too bad we don’t take advantage.
It’s an EBT card, electronic food stamps.
You should already have your guns and associated supplies.
That costs money, which many of us have very little of.
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