Monday, August 25, 2008

Officer Boyd

Black Police Officers deal with knowing that the majority of instances when Police shoot Black Offenders is justified. That bothers us, but we know that there are too many Black parents that simply don't raise their children. Black Officers know that as soon as he has to kill that Offender his own Black community will cry racism, and accuse the Police of planting guns, drugs, and whatever else that will help with the family's lawsuit. Excepting responsibility for our lack of parenting is not something many Blacks do. This battle cry is usually lead by some opportunistic Reverend, like Meeks. The Ghetto element cares more about getting financial restitution from the city than it does about raising their children. Here is a prime example of how the "family" and "friends" comment on the Police and lie to the media about how good the criminal was. I refuse to call anyone who tried to kill a Cop and got shot Police a victim. Check the link showing the photos of the "good kid" at the end.

Stephen

A teenager was shot to death on the South Side by a Chicago police officer on Friday night after a confrontation, police said. Martinez Winford, 16, was shot about 7:45 p.m., police said, and taken to Advocate Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, where he was pronounced dead at 8:34 p.m., according to the Cook County medical examiner's office.

Winford was a student at Bloom Trail High School in Chicago Heights and was father of an infant, said his cousin, Frederick Arnold. "He was a good kid . . . he just needed a little guidance," Arnold said. "He fell behind the wrong crowd and he just did some wrong things. But we all make mistakes, and he didn't deserve for the Chicago police to take his life. He didn't deserve it . . . he was just a regular kid."

Arnold drove to the scene of the shooting on Saturday to see it for himself.

Although police said they found a gun nearby, Arnold said Winford was not known to carry a weapon.

Police sources said Winford had a juvenile record that included drug, reckless conduct and assault offenses.

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