|That's not a sandwich! Vonderrit Myers, bottom right, and three of St. Louis finest representatives of the black community|
The fatal shooting of eighteen-year-old Vonderrit Myers by an off-duty St. Louis Metropolitan police officer Wednesday night has brought the number of fatal police shootings in 2014 that are currently under investigation in St. Louis city and county to five.
All five of the deceased are black men under the age of 31. Two are accused of having a gun. One had a knife, as video evidence shows. And two were unarmed.
The most attention has been focused on the shooting of Michael Brown, the unarmed eighteen-year-old shot and killed by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson on August 9. A St. Louis County grand jury is considering whether to indict Wilson.
None had sandwiches (sorry apologists for Vonderritt Myers). [Vonderrit Myers, Jr. showed off his guns before shooting, Fox2Now.com, 10-13-14]
One area pastor said many disenfranchised youth are tired of losing loved ones.
“They are tired of lost opportunities and tired of lost hope,” said Rev. Renita Lamkin, St. John AME Church in St. Charles. “They are sick of poor schools and bad policing policies and economic oppression. They are sick, and the whole damn system is guilty as hell.”
|Signs from Ferguson October: The only people shooting St. Louis citizens and ensuring black lives don't matter are fellow black citizens (unless you believe the sandwich excuse put forth by defenders of Vonderritt Myers).|
2002 - 844 total Weapons arrests
2004 - 655 total Weapons arrests
2005 - 711 total Weapons arrests
2006 - 496 total Weapons arrests
2007 - 648 total Weapons arrests
2008 - 753 total Weapons arrests
2009 - 844 total Weapons arrests
black: 89.1 %
2010 - 821 total Weapons arrests
2011 - 857 total Weapons arrests
This data should sufficiently show the St. Louis Police Department is primarily encountering only dangerous, armed black males when they engage in community relations that end in a weapons arrest.
"The whole damn system is guilty as hell," for a reason Rev. Lamkin would never, ever admit: dangerous black males threaten to destabilize the civilization whites built in St. Louis and simply outlawing their ability to legally carry a firearm would immediately make the city infinitely safer.
Those blacks who carry illegal or stolen guns, like the late lover of sandwiches Vonderritt Myers, will immediately be thrown on death row: for blacks with illegal guns represent a menace to their community and a civilizational threat to the communities whites build (see: Detroit, Memphis, Newark, Baltimore, Camden, ect.).
The system is guilty as hell for damning cops to a similar fate as Officer Darren Wilson; for daring to disarm a dangerous black male or simply ask them to walk on the sidewalk instead of the middle of the street can become the fodder for massive black agitation/riots/looting/violence.
Statistics don't lie; in the case of the black community defending blacks toting around