|Rest in Peace Officer Tim Smith|
We swear. [GBI: Fatal police shooting does not appear to be ambush, AJC.com, August 15, 2016]:
The weekend shooting death of a police officer in this middle Georgia city does not appear to be a racially motivated ambush, law enforcement officials said today as they prepared to bring the alleged gunman back to the state.
Investigators don’t believe Royheem Deeds laid a trap for Officer Tim Smith, Scott Whitley, a Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent, told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
“There’s no evidence pointing to that right now,” Whitley said Monday morning.
“We’re not dispelling that (theory), but it doesn’t look that way at the moment.”
Deeds is an African-American; Smith, white – a fact that underscores tensions between police departments and people of color in cities across the country.
Deadly shootings targeting police officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge last month have law enforcement on edge. Those ambush-style shootings came after police killed two black civilians, one in Minneapolis and the other in Baton Rouge.
The Eastman shooting occurred around 9:30 p.m. Saturday. It took place downtown, hardly a stone’s throw from the police department.
Why did the Atlanta Journal Constitution abandon the original headline?
Police, the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office and the GBI quickly identified a suspect – Deeds, 24. Officials in Nassau County, Fla., arrested him Monday during a 1:30 a.m. traffic stop. He’d traveled about 140 miles.
Deeds was found hiding in his sister’s trunk during a traffic stop, a Florida sheriff said. Deputies found him after they received a call about a suspicious vehicle, Nassau County Sheriff Bill Leeper said during a news conference Monday. They stopped the car as it was heading to Gainesville on U.S. 1 and Teston Lane.
With Deeds was his sister, Franshawn Deeds, 24, of Lumber City; and her boyfriend, Jamil Mitchell, 32, also of Lumber City, police said. They are Telfair County residents, and will be extradited there, police said.
Dodge County deputies plan to bring Royheem Deeds back to Eastman today to face a murder charge. Meantime, they, and every other cop in Dodge County, are wearing badges bearing a black band to commemorate Smith, who would have turned 32 today. All over town, flags are flying at half-staff.Who could forget five white cops were executed by a black male in Dallas back in July? .
Apparently the mainstream media, which continues to justify America being held hostage by Black Lives Matter terrorist on the faulty logic some black criminal failed to cooperate with police and was gunned down in places like Baton Rouge, Minneapolis, Chicago and most recently, Milwaukee.
The mainstream media, funded entirely by Fortune 500 committed entirely to globalism through advertising payouts, has firmly sided with aiding Black Lives Matter in its quest to agitate a white person to retaliate against those holding America hostage.
What's funny though, is the Atlanta Journal Constitution slipped here, because the initial title for this story revealed the truth of the attack (instead of concealing what actually happened). The original title read: GBI: Racial ambush not likely in fatal police shooting.
Why change it to GBI: Fatal police shooting does not appear to be ambush?
Because white people must never question the narrative of the all-powerful, benevolent, victim of eternal white racism, the esteemed, irreplaceable asset we know as the black race.
Because once white people begin to realize individual blacks collectively make up America's greatest liability, the reality of why Jim Crow was once constructed by our ancestors will be so obvious as to embarrass forever those who ever condemned it (and suffered the white guilt nearly drowning our civilization in the process).
To learn more about the real racial history of Atlanta, check out Black Mecca Down.