Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Nazi Phoenix police label protesters a street gang - update

After supporting them, Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel said prosecutors did not follow procedures before bringing the charges.
The Phoenix Police Department has reassigned nine cops and the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office is admitting prosecutors failed to properly vet a case that resulted in a group of protesters being charged as a criminal street gang. A media investigation into the case found cops and prosecutors fed the grand jury gross exaggerations, dubious claims, and lies.
Maricopa County prosecutors and Phoenix cops have designated a group of peaceful protesters a criminal street gang. Arizona statutes on criminal street gangs require any two of the following: (1) Self proclamation; (2) Witness testimony or statements; (3) Written or electronic correspondence; (4) Paraphernalia or photographs; (5) Tattoos; (6) Clothing or colors; (7) Any other indicators.
Phoenix Nazi pig Sgt. Doug McBride, a “grenadier” who manages the Tactical Response Unit testified that protestors met the criteria for three reasons. The first is the chanting of “All Cops are Bastards,” which he claimed is self-proclamation. The second was most of the group dressed in black, which meets the colors requirement. And the third was many of the group carried umbrellas, which McBride claimed was part of their uniform.

Below is court testimony from the Nazi basterd in a bail hearing for one of the arrested protestors.
Q: And what about even maybe the same philosophy as the Hells Angels?
A: Very similar, yes.
Q: What is that name of this gang?
A: It is called ACAB, A-C-A-B, and it stands for All Cops Are Bastards. We first came into contact with this group through graffiti, signage, ACAB written on the back of skateboards ..."

Q: And are you finding that ACAB is following the exact same type of philosophy of let’s say the Bloods and the Crips?
A: Yes.
The judge ruled that the defendant would be released and said the court saw no evidence of organized violence.