Small "foreshock" rumbles may precede the big quake, the one people always feared would occur.
In Cincinnati (as in many places across America), these "foreshocks" can be felt if you only know the signs;
- Quandavier Hicks was killed by Cincinnati police officers on June 9, after he reached for his rifle. Naturally, the black community sided with the would-be cop killer
- Trepierre Hummons was killed by a Cincinnati police officer (Sonny Kim) on June 20. Officer Kim would lose his life in this altercation, and the father of Trepierre would show up at his vigil and get in an altercation with police.
Things Fall Apart (an image from the carnage of another failed anti-violence march, courtesy of black people)
A march aiming to stop violence in Cincinnati nearly collided with a fatal gunfight Monday night. As Bishop Bobby Hilton and about 100 men turned a corner in Over-the-Rhine near Findlay Market, three men began shooting at Findlay Playground.
When one of the men was hit, he ran from the park and collapsed on Race Street – about half a block from the march's leaders, Cincinnati police spokeswoman Lt. Danita Pettis said. Police have identified the deceased as 18-year-old Justin Crutchfield.
The shooting comes a day after it was announced that Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell's plan to reduce crime in the city would be postponed due to the Friday slaying of Officer Sonny Kim in Madisonville.
Crutchfield was taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center, where he later died, police said. State Sen. Cecil Thomas, a former Cincinnati police officer and city councilman, was in the march and speaking to community members about turning things around when the shots rang out. He immediately ran to the teen.
"The first thing was to try to administer some form of aid to him by talking to him, making sure he didn't move, and trying to figure out where he was shot," Thomas said.
"There was a lot of blood coming from the side of his body. "I walked these streets," Thomas said. "The majority of the folks down here don't want to be in this kind of situation, but there are a handful that we need to root out of here and that's what law enforcement's role should be."Another unsuccessful anti-violence march.
The black community of Cincinnati is genetically unqualified with participating in or sustaining western civilization, thus the standards of civility must constantly be lowered to what they can maintain. And there's no end in sight to where these standards will fall too...
They come as shootings in Cincinnati are at a 10-year high.
A 90-day plan to try to quell the violence was to begin Sunday, but it was postponed after a veteran Cincinnati police officer was shot and killed in an ambush Friday on a Madisonville street.Tremors.
In a city where black criminality is high, it is a near absolute a police officer will interact with the wrong black criminal and thus set in motion a series of unfortunate events all because he is tasked with trying to keep alive law and order.
Eventually these "foreshocks" will be the catalyst for the big one. Cincinnati News, FOX19-WXIX TV