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NJ Police Kill A Man Then Stifle First Amendment – Unleash Riot Police On Crowd Including Children

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Alexander Higgins
October 5, 2011

More Proof America Is A Police State As This Video Shows NJ Police Unleashing A Riot Team To Arrest A Crowd, Including Children, Protesting A Police Killing On Their Own Sidewalk

The Intel Hub points us to a YouTube video that opens with people standing on their own sidewalk protesting the police tearing down a poster from a house window to raise awareness of the Police killing of a New Brunswick man.

With in minutes the police arrive with a jump van and a full platoon of officers dressed in Riot gear who immediately arrest the man speaking along with several innocent bystanders, including a girl on a bicycle.

As the Police are arresting people, the crowd begins chanting familiar Occupy Wall Street lines – “Who’s Street? Our Street” and “No Justice. No Peace.”

The Intel Hubs writes:

In response to last week’s killing of Barry Deloatch at the hands of 2 New Brunswick police officers, demonstrators rallied at the site he was shot dead. One of the rally’s organizers and an innocent bystander on her bicycle were arrested by an army of New Brunswick police officers in riot gear… for no good reason.

The investigating authorities still have not said why the officers killed Deloatch shortly after midnight on September 22, nor have they released the officers’ names.

Video shot by Sean Monahan of New Brunswick.

Here is the video. Watch for yourself.

NJ Police Kill A Man – Then Murder 1st Amendment – Riot Police Outnumber Protesters!!!

Full Credit too: http://www.youtube.com/user/Charlie4Change

In response to last week’s killing of Barry Deloatch at the hands of 2 New Brunswick police officers, demonstrators rallied at the site he was shot dead. One of the rally’s organizers and an innocent bystander on her bicycle were arrested by an army of New Brunswick police officers in riot gear… for no good reason.

The investigating authorities still have not said why the officers killed Deloatch shortly after midnight on September 22, nor have they released the officers’ names.

Video shot by Sean Monahan of New Brunswick.

Emotions ran very high Wednesday night as people poured into Ebenezer Baptist Church to discuss the recent fatal shooting of resident Barry Deloatch, and the steps needed to go forward and progress from the tragedy.

Hosted by the NAACP, several members of civic organizations, the Deloatch family and pastor Gregory L. Wallace urged everyone in attendance to work together, become active members of the community to make their voices heard, and to see the fight through to ensure that they did not lose a family member in the future.

Deloatch, 46, a resident of New Brunswick, was shot and killed by a bullet to his left side on Sept. 22 following a pursuit by two police officers on Throop Avenue.

The names of the officers have not been made public.

The Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office has said that it was determined that Deloatch was not carrying a firearm at the time, but investigations continue as to whether he was in possession of another weapon.

As of Sept. 29, the Prosecutor’s Office has not released additional information as to what that weapon may have been. On a recording of police radio transmissions from the night of the shooting, an officer is heard saying that Deloatch was attempting to strike the officers with a stick.

Bruce S. Morgan, president of the New Brunswick Area NAACP, said talk and planning was just as important as taking action, in order to formulate a successful plan to ensure that this is the “Last event in town under these circumstances.”

“We’re here to help,” he said. “We stand with this family.”

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This article was posted: Wednesday, October 5, 2011 at 2:57 am





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