Protesters demand answers to unarmed Aurora man’s shooting by police

“When you hide the information, what does that lead to? Raging in frustration,” she said.

AURORA | A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting.

The crowd, which included Naeschylus Vinzant’s children and his family, demanded to know why he was killed last Friday near East 12th Avenue and Laredo Street.

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Shareef Aleem asks for justice as cars drive past March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Passerby read signs and honk in support of protestors March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Taha Subiqun makes a sign to join protesters with March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Protesters hold signs as cars and buses pass by March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

A protester speaks his mind March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Anjene Jackson kisses her godson and Naeschylus Vinzant's son Graylen Carter, 9, during a protest March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Anjene Jackson holds her godson and Naeschylus Vinzant's son Graylen Carter, 9, close during a protest March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Naeschylus Vinzant's son Graylen Carter, 9, is comforted by family members during a protest March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Anjene Jackson helps pin on a button of Martin Luther King Jr. to her godson and Naeschylus Vinzant's son Graylen Carter's, 9, shirt during a protest March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Naeschylus Vinzant's son Graylen Carter, 9, asks what lynch means during a protest March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Xiaxong Carter, 10, cries over the death of her father during a protest March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Anjene Jackson cries over the death of Naeschylus Vinzant during a protest March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Naeschylus Vinzant's son Graylen Carter, 9, hugs her godmother tightly during a protest March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Naeschylus Vinzant's son Graylen Carter, 9, hugs her godmother tightly during a protest March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Naeschylus Vinzant's son Graylen Carter, 9, hugs her godmother tightly during a protest March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Naeschylus Vinzant's family members have their voices heard during a protest March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

Naeschylus Vinzant Protest

Naeschylus Vinzant's son Graylen Carter, 9, hugs her godmother tightly during a protest March 11 at the corner of East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard. A crowd of more than 30 people gathered at an intersection near the Aurora Municipal Center on Wednesday to protest last week’s shooting death of an unarmed black man named Naeschylus Vinzant at the hands of police and demand details about the shooting. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

“We want to know why, that’s all we want to know,” Lenicia Mills, who has three children with Vinzant, told the crowd gathered at East Alameda Avenue and South Sable Boulevard.

An Aurora police officer last Friday shot and killed Vinzant. Police said Monday that Vinzant, who was wanted on kidnapping, robbery and parole violation charges, was unarmed when he was shot. Police have declined to release further details about what lead the officer to shoot Vinzant, citing the ongoing investigation.

Naeschylus Vinzant, 37Media reports say that the officer will make a public statement some time Thursday. Police have not confirmed details about that.

Leeoundra Butler, Vinzant’s sister in law, said Vinzant’s criminal past shouldn’t matter, especially considering police haven’t released any details about the history of the officer who killed him.

“It’s not about his past, his criminal background because at the end of the day he was still a person,” she said.

Shareef Aleem, the organizer behind Wednesday’s protest and a longtime critic of Aurora police, said Vinzant’s shooting has angered people in part because it stands in stark contrast to the arrest of accused Aurora theater shooter James Holmes, who despite killing 12, wounding dozens more and being heavily armed, was taken into police custody without incident.

“And this individual is laying dead,” he said of the unarmed Vinzant.

A. Jackson, 27, of Denver, said she knew Vinzant briefly and was a godmother to his children.

Fighting back tears, Jackson, who asked to only give her first initial, said his death was just the latest in a string of unnecessary deaths of unarmed black men in this country at the hands of police.

Three children of Naeschylus Vinzant, shot by police last week during an arrest, and their mother appear at a protest at Alameda and Sable Wednesday evening, March 11, 2015. Protesters say police wrongly shot the man during his arrest, even though no details have so far been released. PHOTO BY BRANDON JOHANSSON
Three children of Naeschylus Vinzant, shot by police last week during an arrest, and their mother appear at a protest at Alameda and Sable Wednesday evening, March 11, 2015. Protesters say police wrongly shot the man during his arrest, even though no details have so far been released. PHOTO BY BRANDON JOHANSSON

“It’s unfair all the way around. How do you explain that to his kids?” She said.

She said she was especially frustrated with the slow pace of information from police.

“They don’t want the truth to be told of what really happened,” she said.

She said the community’s anger will only grow if police don’t release more information.

“When you hide the information, what does that lead to? Raging in frustration,” she said.

Aurora’s new Police Chief Nick Metz, who took the helm just last week, said Wednesday afternoon he understands the frustration from those who want the department to release more information.

But, Metz said, the department was still waiting on a statement from the officer involved as of Wednesday morning.

“That is kind of that puzzle piece that will help put everything together,” Metz said.

The officer, who has obtained a lawyer, has not been identified.

Metz said that without the officer’s side of what happened that afternoon, the department doesn’t have the necessary information to release further details.

“Once we have that we will have a better idea what really went on,” he said.

Metz stressed again Wednesday that he was completely confident in the way officers are handling the case. He said when he arrived at the scene that afternoon, he found a crime scene that was under complete control and detectives asking all the right questions.

Metz said the uproar last year in Ferguson, Missouri, is definitely on his mind as he goes forward with this case.

“I think any chief who is dealing with this goes right back to what happened there,” he said.

Metz said he didn’t want to criticize another department, but he said there are lessons to be learned from Ferguson.

“Everybody recognizes that there are certain things you do and you don’t do,” he said. “And there are certain things you do that are going to inflame a situation more than you have to.”

Another protest is set for 5 p.m. Thursday at the Aurora Municipal Center, 15151 E. Alameda Parkway.

  • Frank2525

    With questions of why he was shot, why didn’t these folks close to him (family and friends) talk him into going to police and surrendering. It appears they knew he was wanted, and he probably knew that too. Would that not be reasonable to go where he would be arrested quietly, go before the judge, and get it sorted out. And why would those friends and relatives not have idea how he would react, if police recognized him and tried to arrest him?

    • K53357

      Agree with everything said here so far. Intelligent questions and statements. My question is, if Vinzant was white, or Asian would there be ‘protests’? Police officers have to make split-second decisions; granted not always good or correct ones IN HINDSIGHT. They, however, DO NOT have the luxury of time. Had Vinzant, who was far from an ideal citizen, turned himself in would he have been shot? NO. Had his marvelous ‘family’ taken him to APD would he have been shot? NO.

      • Jojo know

        Can you support us to support them APD, on Monday at 5 pm., I am trying to get a day that more can show up….
        So, if Tuesday or Wednesday works, please people tell me…… I will be out to support them again, if I have to be alone.
        I stand up and stood up for our good APD, officers who don’t need this BUlllLL shittt of lies to get rich quick for being criminals all their life, or just break the law.

    • Jojo know

      Frank
      You we,re not there, none of us were okay!!
      And, your a lot smarter then that, really!

      • Frank2525

        Then why do you have so many comments? I don’t have to be there to ask the questions I asked? And I did not charge anyone as wrong, and I won’t. Just as I waited to read the grand jury report in Ferguson, and the police reports at court following hearings to form my opinion. I also went to the local area for discussions of those who had been present, and even read the lies of those who rushed to get in front of cameras, with attorneys standing next to them. If I was a judge, those attorneys would be answering questions before their state authorizes as to why they should still have right to try cases. But that is me, and the way I ran my work sections in military, or worked my civilian jobs before military, and afterwards. Worked for me. Never been in trouble with the law, in my 85 years.

        • Jojo know

          Well, because I am trying to get good people who don’t break the law to support our police officer’s on Monday, at 5 pm., since I went by self on Thursday and two wonderful people showed up from my – these comments, they showed up and stood with me with a sign.
          Really, Thank god I have met two wonderful people I never knew and you are one, that I don’t want to know.
          Better yet, come out on Monday, the AMC in front and show your police support. I am tired of folks getting rich when their criminal family was black or unarmed.
          Crime Does not pay, they have to be accountable.
          I have a pair and until then, I wouldn’t be so proud of yours.
          Don’t respond because I just scroll pass your name I don’t understand you but then I don’t have too. God bless you, sir.

  • Ashley In Aurora

    The theater shooter wanted to kill but didn’t want to be killed in the process. His guns were found inside the theater and inside his car. He didn’t resist arrest and posed no immediate threat to the arresting officer.

    • Jojo know

      True statement.

  • Guest

    This whole idea that “unarmed” equals safe and docile is ridiculous. Thugs kill people with their fists alone quite frequently in this country. If a cop feels physically threatened by a thug who might be intent on assault and theft of his gun, that cop has every right to use deadly force. This thugs seven kids, by who knows how many women, would do well to learn that lesson for the future.

    • Phar

      im just glad the kidnapping burglar is no longer sucking air….

      • Jojo know

        We are not at war with criminals or black folks!
        Thank God, he didn’t have a gun!!! With, his police record he would have shot police. The criminal was in too deep and a grown man.
        STOP! THE RACE CARED AND THE UN- ARMED PEOPLE BREAKING THE LAW !!

        I SUPPORT THE POLICE NATIONWIDE! !

        • Jojo know

          HE WAS ON HIS WAY TO PRISON AND HE KNEW IT, AND HE WASN’T GOING DOWN ALONE.

          WE ARE NOT AT WAR WITH CRIMINALS WITH, OR WITHOUT GUNS. NOBODY, KNOWS WHAT WENT DONE, THIS MAN KNEW IT WAS PRISON OR SUICIDE BY COP. COME ON PEOPLE HAVE YOU REALLY LISTENED TO WHAT POLICE CHARGES THIS GUY HAD, SO YOU WANT TO LOSE GOOD MEN THAT EDUCATED THEM SELVES TO BE A PEACE OFFICER OR SOMEONE WHO CONTINOUSLY BROKE THE LAW!

        • cgutz

          Stop yapping behind the scenes and in blogs. Form your protest against what you believe and/or think. They at least have the courage to show their faces…

          • Jojo know

            Don’t understand stupid ???

    • Jojo know

      Well, said.

  • gofastgo

    I had Aleem confused with Alvertis Simmons, another ‘community acitivist’ in Denver.

    • Frank2525

      I had same confusion. Both have ranged all over the metro area, similar to Al Sharpton and Jessie Jackson. Don’t know how these two benefit, but know how Al and Jessie did it over the years. Same as the civil right violations attorneys, aligned with National Bar Association. Not the ABA we all know, where attorneys take all kinds of cases. NBA mission is civil rights violations, and especially opposing ‘Stand your ground’ laws and defenses. Check out the millionaires, who make money from donations, and exercising the demonstrations, riots, and destruction of businesses. Simmons and Aleem seem to stay in Denver metro areas (all its neighboring cities). And I suspect a 12 year experienced officer did not pull trigger until forced. May be wrong, but any time officer pulls weapon or fires it, he/she have to explain and face department investigation. Unlike snipers or police-killers.

      • Jojo know

        Oh, they do explain many times in IA, and the police are under the micro scope and challenge by people like you, and these people always crying.

        Unless, your a policeman I would hold that thought, sir.
        Are you an ex police officer or ex military?
        REALLY!

        • Frank2525

          Little slow to answer your civil question. Born in Ohio 1929, I was drafted (enlisted same day) in Oct 50. Came to Lowry in 1951 to learn skill, I had been working for a year, and my instructor only had book, converting Army-Navy skills to USAF. So I got to teach the course, met young lady I married in 1952, born and in HS Denver (East HS) senior. Military opened my eyes to world, and I served 26 years 18 days. Farm boy-construction-coal miner to managing complex programs, dealing with Expanding Air Force and all ranks, including Flag officers. I have always supported Military and Police, and my neighborhood, serving as block contact for Neighborhood watch in Aurora for several years. Did my talking directly to officers and on first name basis with Mayor Paul and Kate Tauer, and son- Mayor Ed Tauer. Attended Aurora meetings, and honored by city in 2006. Now 85, I do not stand in demonstrations since I cannot walk or stand for long periods. But I still use my computers, phones, and presence at certain meetings. Also served on veteran organizations as member and officer since 1991 until recently. Wife and I bought our Aurora home in 1963, now married 62 years. Does that make my comments valid? I have also been lobbying since 1991 to get VAMC built and completed, since Lowry made BRAC list, closing 1994, and Fitzsimons 1997. It was forgone conclusion both would be closed, after Pat Schroder needled the Washington folks, and they voted en-mass to keep theirs, and close ours. Economical boost to Denver metro area, but real kick in face to Military Veterans, retirees, and families at the time. Healthcare through insurance, not a real solution, if care is not the focus, and new VAMC delayed by politics. As for criminals, we need to bring back death penalty, and use same injection we use for our pets. Simply go to sleep, quietly. And all appeals to be completed within 2 years after sentence, only one appeal attempt.

          • AuroraCitizen2015

            Frank – you are indeed a remarkable human being! I’m honored and proud for what you’ve accomplished and shared with the community. Your service should NOT be hampered nor diminished by the traveling racial riot circus that is occurring across the country (and more recently) in our home town.

            If every Aurora citizen had the same character and integrity as you, we would not have near the amount of societal issues we are experiencing currently.

          • Jojo know

            Amen, death penalty works for me!
            And, thank you for sharing your story.
            Thank you, and God Bless you and America.

  • stiles119

    i say we rally together and protest the protesters. this is getting stupid. they are trying to tear apart every cop and say they are all bad. and every criminal with a record is the next Nelson Mandela. Bull Sit. sorry but why do we just sit by and watch. staand up for whats right and say something do something. they are standing up why are we not

    • Jojo know

      I agree, I will so name a day, that’s what they need and our police need our support.

      LET’S HOLD A PROTEST TO SUPPORT OUR POLICE ON THE OTHER CORNER.

      • stiles119

        yeah Ill see how many friends I can round up and let you know what I can find and a time and date. It is worth it to me to stand out there and show cops we support them.

        • Jojo know

          I just may be there at 4:30 pm today with my sign, and pray other police supporters show up even without a sign !

          I will be on the other side, just show up people! !

          • Jojo know

            I WILL BE THERE WITH A SIGN TO SUPPORT THE APD POLICE, ……

            I DID ONCE, BY MYSELF AND I HAVE NO PROBLEM AGAIN.

            PEOPLE SHOW UP.

          • stiles119

            where are you going? the court house?

          • Jojo know

            In front of AMC, this time.
            Thanks!

        • Jojo know

          Yes, repeat.
          Thanks.

    • Jojo know

      Thank you for being there, they thank you too!

    • Jojo know

      Amen. ….
      Monday at 5 pm.,

    • Jojo know

      Well…..
      Are you in for next week some time, same time like we discussed?

  • troutfool

    Innocent until proven guilty, that does
    applies to police officers

    • Jojo know

      Police are the law governed by the government, the grown criminal had no rights, the day he broke the 1st law on his record.
      Wake people, the police will not change because you all always cry wolf !!!
      I support the police on this one tooooo.

    • Jojo know

      Police officers are the law…..
      Criminals of any race lost their rights with their first crime they committed.
      Don’t like police…… then don’t break any laws.

  • Jojo know

    We are not at war with criminals or black folks!
    Thank God, he didn’t have a gun!!! With, his police record he would have shot police. The criminal was in too deep and a grown man.
    STOP! THE RACE CARED AND THE UN- ARMED PEOPLE BREAKING THE LAW !!

    I SUPPORT THE POLICE NATIONWIDE! !!

  • Jojo know

    I will be there protest at 4:30 pm today. I will be on the other side with my sign even if, I will be alone. I am a female 5″00 tall and 127l bs., and I am not afraid one ounce.
    March 12th, 2015 at 4:30 pm to support our APD Officer’s. Anyone have a bull horn?
    BRING IT.

    TODAY, ON THE OTHER SIDE YOU WILL SEE ME, PLEASE JOIN TO SUPPORT OUR MEN & WOMEN. SEE YOU OR NOT !

  • cgutz

    Funny how you all here post and yap behind the scenes. March up and speak up against these protests. Quick to talk behind the scenes but never out in the open or by identifying yourselves.

    • ReadYourConstitution

      Why? Each citizen has the constitutional right to peacefully protest the government.

      • Jojo know

        Yep, that’s why people including I support the policeman of the USA.,
        Tired of folks thinking the police are at war with their race, it’s the crime people commit of every race.
        The police Department’s needs to stop cutting checks to criminals or their families.
        Really, since when does CRIME REALLY PAY?
        Stop breaking the LAW!

    • Jojo know

      Blah blah blah blah….
      What did you say, don’t speak stupid!

    • Jojo know

      Oh, you all will see real soon.
      We don’t jump on it like you all do..

  • Support Police

    I support the police in bringing criminals to justice. I subscribe to crime reports and it is constant and in the same areas. I don’t understand why these people aren’t caught. Maybe there is some corruption or organized criminal activity going on and that is why it is so persistent. Criminals need to be held to account and if they get hurt because they don’t show respect to the police force or resist arrest, then it’s their own fault. In the middle east these people stealing and burglarizing in our community would have no hands left; here we set them up in fancy prisons with TVs, books, health services, and movies and pay them to work (they should just work to support the prison system they take advantage of). No matter my desire to see the crime controlled, I don’t know the facts in this case (apparently no one does yet if no report given yet), so it seems like everyone should wait to protest this issue until the facts are known. Plenty of black people and other people of color/various races live in this neighborhood (it is quite diverse here in Aurora) and people DON’T get shot by the police if they aren’t committing crimes. Pretty easy – just don’t steal and show some respect when you are pulled over no matter how annoyed you might be – then there’s no issue. In the past, I have been short on money, behind on bills, unable to buy things I want, had to live on spaghetti and cheap old bread for weeks/months at a time with no meat or vegetables because so little money, but I don’t go rob someone or steal something from another person. Funny that people who claim to be so poor can always afford a phone (even if 3rd world countries I’ve seen this).

    • Jojo know

      Thank you, we’ll said.

  • Support Police

    Oh, and just for the record, although I’ve never hurt someone physically in my entire life, if someone tries to break in to my bedroom at night, they will be shot dead. They won’t live to break in to another home, rape, kidnap, steal, or take up our tax money in prison. I also won’t stop to ask if they have kids or a great family. So any friends of criminals out there reading these posts who feel sorry for your man because you feel he’s so great despite his criminal activity, you might want to let him know there are plenty of people like me out there.

    • Jojo know

      Yep, more than you know.
      Good message.

  • Jojo know

    Thank you for showing up, it was a huge success for me in my eyes that thousands of people got to see the sign which states Stop….breaking the law support our police men and women!
    Lets to repeat get more signs and people, I Am in and I hope you guys are too.
    More people show SUPPORT FOR OUR MEN AND WOMEN.
    SAME SPOT…..

  • ObamaDaKenyen

    If Obama had a son, he would look like Naeschylus

  • EntitledInAmerica

    Perpetuate the myth, reinforce the stereotype…………..Black citizens, white cops are out to murder you!

    Thank God the black community has Jesse and Al to protect them from this epidemic of rogue white cops out hunting young black males, just send a couple dollars towards the National Action Network and Rainbow Coalition. Oh wait, that didnt fix it, but I know what will.

    Vote Democrat!!! These thoughtful politicians will extend the “new deal” and provide free housing in the lovely Gateway projects for you, give all the tasty WIC items you could ever want, and even pay you for being unemployed…….Now, don’t you get greedy and become an achiever with a college education and high paying job, thats when they’ll cut you off………Much better to always be dependent on the government and happily receive the scraps off the masters table.

  • Jojo know

    Our police department(s) are not banks any more for criminals and their families to get paid out.
    Committing crimes does not pay.
    The guy was going to prison for life and he knew this when SWAT got involved when SWAT shows up your not dealing with a petty thief, this guy was EXTREMELY DANGEROUS.
    Attempted Homicide. …..really, and that’s just one charge.
    We are waking up to your ….get rich I’m black and unarmed BUlllLL SHITTT.

  • Jojo know

    The race card is over…..
    Oh, where is Al Sharpton and Jesse Jack??
    Oh, they are faces criminal hate crimes and subject to pay millions in taxes, or its prison for both, hopefully.

  • Jojo know

    SEE YOU ALL ON MONDAY, IN FRONT OF AMC, THANKS STILES NICE MEETING YOU, LATE THURSDAY.

    SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR OUR POLICE OFFICER’S AND CRIME DOES NOT PAY OUT.
    HOPING OTHER STATES TO GET THIS MESSAGE TOO.