Thursday, June 02, 2016

What Happened To Corey Jones Has A Cop Indicted!

Corey Jones was killed after a confrontation with a Florida police officer in plain clothes. Now the officer is facing a court hearing.

The former Florida police officer who bucked a musician who was stranded on the highway is being indicted on manslaughter by culpable negligence and attempted first degree murder.

These charges could land Nouman Raja in the iron college for LIFE. He is innocent until proven guilty. Given the way things are going in America, I won't hold my breath on him being indicted.


Cory Jones's life is just as valuable as all the men and women of color killed by those in law enforcement.

Even vigilantes get away with murder. Ask Trayvon Martin's killer George Zimmerman. Despite his history of violence, he managed to skirt a murder charge by standing his ground.

Prosecutors charged the ex-officer with these charges after Raja approached Corey in plain clothes in an unmarked police van.
The junk food media hasn't released the mugshot of the suspect. The suspect Nouman Raja is a former Florida cop.
The Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg said that Raja's actions led to the death of an innocent man. The Palm Beach Gardens Police fired Raja out the cannon after the shooting.

Jones's death raised questions about excessive use of force by law enforcement amid a series of fatal incidents nationally involving police and people of color.

The Jones family was relived that Raja got charged. They believe that the suspect should face a trial and punished for his reckless actions.

"While we understand that nothing can bring back our son, brother and friend, this arrest sends a message that this conduct will not be tolerated from members of law enforcement," says the Jones family in a presser.

How long will it take before Colin Flaherty tries to find dirt on Corey?

How long will it take before that old fart Rush Limbaugh and Softball Hannity runs the story about how Black on Black crime is often ignored by Rev. Al Sharpton, Rev. Jesse Jackson and President Barack Obama.

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