Sister Lenore Daniels Calls YOU A “Terrorist”

Not him.  Not her.  YOU!  You gonna take that?  Read the article!!!

…What happened? Another Black child is dead by yet another white man, this time, 75-year old John Henry Spooner, yielding a firearm. Unlike Trayvon Martin who was walking on the block  w[h]ere his father lived but just too near Zimmerman’s home, Simmons was in front of his home taking out the garbage. His mother recently moved her family to the Southside neighborhood, a better neighborhood, she thought, safer neighborhood.  

Along comes Spooner.    

Spooner is a member of the National Rifle Association and a collector of assorted guns and rifles. Someone buggerized his home and, according to him, stole a gun or two from his home. Three thousand dollars’ worth of firearms–stolen!

Well, Spooner had been in the neighborhood a good ten years and remembers when it was all white and now–well now, it is changing.

He arrives at Darius Simmons home and confronts the thirteen year old. He must have stolen his guns!

Darius’ mother comes out of the house and stands with her son. She tries to tell Spooner that they are new and that neither her son nor she knows of any burglary or stolen weapons.     

This is not what Spooner wants to hear from these two people. Terrorists? He steps back no less than five feet and fires directly at Darius Simmons who turns to run away. He fires again. The bullet enters Darius’ chest.   Darius is dead. According to the MJS, (June 5, 2012), the bullet “damaged ventricles of his heart before exiting his back.”

But let us continue because things are not too clear, understandably!

The Milwaukee police arrive. Darius is on the ground, but they want the mother to allow them to search the house. For two hours “while the boy lay dead,” (MJS), that is, while the boy lay dead, police searched for Spooner’s weapons! Again, the police searched for Spooners’ 3,000 worth of weapons, and in the process of searching, wretched the family’s home!

No weapons, stolen or otherwise, were found.

One of Darius’ brothers was arrested and held in detention all day for a “year-old truancy violation.”

“”It’s just unconscionable,’ Rainbow Push Coalition executive Tavis Grant said”.of the actions of police described to him by Darius’ mother, Patricia Larry.”

“Unconscionable” is the Black bourgeoisie’s willingness to do just about anything for the opportunity (equal opportunity, please!) to steer capitalism’s exchange of humans for access to more capital…


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