Joseph Cameron Ponder.
|Officer Alia, who was murdered today by a black suspect, pictured with his young family|
The type of men you want in your community, smiling as your drive by their house and see them cutting the grass or throwing a ball around with their children.
White men, white policeman, whose seemingly insignificant individual lives collectively birthed a nation now teetering on the age of oblivion.
|The man who murdered Officer Alia is on the right|
Both are dead, executed by black males (had the white cops survived and they had killed the black suspects, such ammunition would have only fueled the Black Lives Matter movement).
Both Goforth and Ponder seemingly never existed, for the way they left the world has been all but forgotten: for they were executed by black males - one with connections to the Black Lives Matter movement - and their deaths are an inconvenient reminder white lives might matter too...
We must now add another name to Goforth and Ponder, with Greg Alia the third white police officer in less than 33 days killed by a black suspect. [Police officer dies in South Carolina mall shooting, Fox News, 9-30-15]:
A police officer responding to a report of a suspicious person was fatally shot at a suburban South Carolina mall on Wednesday, and police say a suspect is in custody.
Officer Goforth... executed in late August 2015
The incident began when the report came in just before 8 a.m., Forest Acres police Chief Gene Sealy told reporters. Two officers responded and attempted to talk to the person, who fled on foot and ran through parts of Richland Mall, including the Barnes and Noble bookstore, officials said.
Officer Greg Alia confronted the person, there was a struggle, and he was shot, Sealy said.
He was taken to a hospital and later died, officials said. No other injuries were reported.
Sealy said a suspect is in custody and is being questioned. Sealy described the man as being armed with a handgun and a knife at the mall. Police did not detail any charges against the man and did not take questions at their news conference.
Officer Ponder, executed by a man who had attended Black Lives Matter rallies...
Sealy said Alia was 32 years old and a seven-year veteran of the department. He and his wife, Kassy, recently had a baby, Sealy said.
Joan Woodward, 81, lived next door to the officer's parents and said she had known him since he was a baby. She said Wednesday afternoon that she'd just visited with his wife and baby.
"She said she was so fortunate that she had him for that length of time," Woodward said.
She remembered sneaking candy to the officer when he came to her door as a child, and she called him "a special human being.
"When my husband died eight years ago, he was so sweet," she said. "He came and sat with me. God always takes the angels."
A GoFundMe page in support of Alia's family had raised more than $21,000 by midday Wednesday. It was set up by Patrick Walsh of Ruston, Louisiana, who said he and Alia were both members of the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity at the University of South Carolina.Three white cops, murdered by black males in less than 33 days time...
It's quite simple: you can have civilization or you can have 2015 America.