by Brian A. Wilkins
9/7/2009 (links updated November 6, 2018)
ORIGINAL LINK: http://blog.operation-nation.com/2009/09/06/reality-check-whites-killing-blacks-is-legal-in-the-usa.aspx
Let’s revisit some recent events in the United Police States of America.
Antavio Johnson is a 20-year-old Nubian (“black”) man from Lakeland, FL. He wrote and performed a rap song entitled “Kill Me A Cop.” He posted it Myspace and Youtube.
Americans learn about their First Amendment Rights in first grade. We can say whatever as long as nobody is physically hurt. The U.S. Supreme Court affirmed First Amendment protections in the 1969 Brandenburg v. Ohio decision. The court ruled, “the government cannot constitutionally … Read Entire Article
OPERATION NATION REPORT
2/26/2009 (links updated December 14, 2019)
ORIGINAL LINK: http://blog.operation-nation.com/2009/02/26/tempe-police-ryff-authenticates-tape-cleared-by-meyer.aspx
TEMPE — Tempe Police Chief Tom Ryff confirmed with CBS 5 in Phoenix he is in fact the person caught on tape coaching subordinate officers to lie. The tapes document several adulterous sexual liaisons with female co-workers, prostitutes and/or strippers. Tempe City Manager Charlie Meyer concluded that all serious allegations made against Ryff in a complaint filed with the city are “unfounded.”
Tempepolicecloset.com, an online forum started by former and current Tempe officers, also alleged that Ryff saves promotions and creates paid positions for friends and … Read Entire Article
TEMPE, AZ — Prentice Williams has filed a complaint in the United States District Court in Phoenix. The former Arizona State University football player’s January 26 lawsuit names several Tempe City employees. Former Senior Assistant City Attorney Andrew Ching and current Assistant City Attorney Kara Stanek are among those named.
The battle between Williams, Tempe and its police department is not new. The first lawsuit was filed in 2006. It named Tempe Police Officers Mike Wallace, Matt Worbington, and Mike Warren. The instant lawsuit seeks $119 million in damages.