Friday, July 8, 2016

Police: Dallas Shooting Suspect Black Power Activist Micah Xavier Johnson “Wanted To Kill White People”

Via Billy


Dallas shooting suspect 25-year old Micha X Johnson of Mesquite, Texas (Image via CBS News)

In the aftermath of the Thursday night ambush in downtown Dallas that left 5 police officers dead and several more wounded, very little is known about the shooting suspects.

According to Dallas officials, one male suspect is dead and three more, two men and one woman are in custody.

At a Friday morning press conference, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings began by saying that due to the ongoing investigation, “We’re not going to tell you anything about the suspects. We will when it’s the right time, now is not the right time.”

More @ CBS

10 comments:

  1. I was wondering if all the executed officers were White.
    I know the one officer laying on the ground last nite was
    White.

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  2. Yes, they were. Reported on ABC news. He knew how to use
    that scope.

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  3. On different but related subject, went to see a movie tonight and saw the preview for this movie about Nat Turner. Of course in this version he was a heroic negro, not at all the murdering beast that he really was.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Birth_of_a_Nation_(2016_film)

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    1. Thanks and I wasn't about to see any of this crap. Here's a good piece from my other site NamSouth.

      http://www.namsouth.com/viewtopic.php?t=1449&highlight=nat+turner

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  4. When Dylann Roof shot up a black church in Charleston last year, Amazon (and Wal-Mart) were quick to remove the Confederate flag from their shelves (accompanied by numerous press releases) because the mere appearance of the flag in the background of Roof's photographs on FaceBook made it culpable for his actions. Anxiously awaiting (/sarc) the massive publicity campaign from Amazon announcing that it is pulling all "black power" merchandise (t-shirts, jewelry, etc) from its shelves now that Dallas shooter Micah X. Johnson has definitively defined the raised black fist that symbolizes "black power" as a symbol of racism and hate.

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    1. Good point and I won't hold my breath. :)

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  5. Nothing racist about this incident, eh?

    Bob
    III

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    1. Not at all, I can't see why anyone in the world would even bring it up unless they were racist, white Confederate, Southerners with snaggled teeth, by the way............:)

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