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Friday, March 27, 2009

Black Panthers (Uhuru’s) Alive and Well in Oalkand, Lovelle Mixon Kills Four Cops


Friday March 27th 2009. OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - The shootings of four Oakland police officers on a single day by Lovelle Mixon slain in a gunfight with police, was remarkable not just for its death toll, but for the years of law enforcement experience Mark Dunakin, John Hege, Ervin Romans and Daniel Sakai had racked up between them.

Sakai, 35, the youngest of the 4 officers killed Saturday by the parolee with two guns, had been working to protect people since his days in college. Like 40-year-old Dunakin, a 17-year veteran who investigated homicides, he married a fellow officer.

Romans, 43, put in time as a Marine and an officer with Oakland's public housing authority before he pinned a city police badge to his chest. Hege, 41, who was declared brain dead Sunday but remained on life support, worked as a physical education teacher and a volunteer reserve officer before he fulfilled a dream and joined the force a decade ago.

Police said all four officers were shot by Lovelle Mixon, 26, of Oakland, a parolee who fled after shooting the first two officers after a traffic stop, then shot two more after a SWAT team entered an apartment in which he was hiding. Mixon was also killed by officers, police said.

Relatives and co-workers of the four officers requested privacy as they absorbed the enormity of the deaths. Oakland had never lost even two officers on the same day, never mind having twice that many mortally wounded.

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03-25) 20:36 PDT Oakland -- About 60 people marched and rallied in Oakland on Wednesday to condemn the police and honor Lovelle Mixon, who was killed by Oakland police after he fatally shot four officers Saturday. The protest was organized by the Oakland branch of the Uhuru Movement (Black Panthers), whose flyers for the march declared, "Stop Police Terror."

Mixon's uncle, 38-year-old Curtis Mixon of Fremont, said his nephew had become depressed because he could not find work as a convicted felon. His nephew expected authorities to issue an arrest warrant for missing parole meetings, even though the he felt he was not to blame, he said. LaTasha Mixon, 28, of Sacramento said Sunday her cousin was "not a monster."

Mixon had previously served six years in state prison for assault with a firearm during an armed robbery in San Francisco, the family said. Yeah just your normal "Black Panther" offshoot, growing up in Oakland "hatin" the cops.

8 arrested in 1971 SF cop killing tied to Black Panthers; By MARCUS WOHLSEN, Associated Press Writer Wednesday, January 24, 2007. The hunt for the killers of Sgt. John V. Young seemed plagued by stops and starts before authorities arrested eight men with ties to a militant black power group nearly 36 years after the slaying.

On Aug. 29, 1971, two members of the group, armed with guns and dynamite, stormed a police station in San Francisco's Ingleside neighborhood and fired a shotgun through a hole in the lobby's bulletproof glass, killing Young, 51, and wounding a civilian clerk.

Authorities said the killing was one in a series of attacks by BLA members on law enforcement officials on both coasts. Carried out between 1968 and 1973, the campaign also included the bombing of a police funeral at a San Francisco church and the slayings of the two New York police officers, as well as three armed bank robberies that helped fund their operations, police said.

Seven suspected former BLA members were charged with murder and conspiracy. They are Bell, 59, and Anthony Bottom, 55, both currently incarcerated in New York state; Ray Michael Boudreaux, 64, of Altadena; Richard Brown, 65, of San Francisco; Henry Watson Jones, 71, of Altadena; Francisco Torres, 58, of Queens, New York; and Harold Taylor, 58, of Panama City, Fla.

Lolo Darnell, one of Lovelle Mixon's cousins at the Uhuru Movement (Black Panthers) demonstration in Oakland on Wednesday 3/25/09, said, "He (Lovelle Mixon) needs sympathy too. If he's a criminal, everybody's a criminal." He is what he is !

This is a list of members of the Black Panther Party, including those famous for being Panthers as well as former Panthers who became famous for other reasons. This list does not include outside supporters, sympathisers, or allies, some are now elected officals;

Mumia Abu-Jamal, Lieutenant Minister of Information, Philadelphia chapter. Currently serving life imprisonment for the murder of police officer Daniel Faulkner.

Richard Aoki, Field Marshall

Charles Barron former member Harlem chapter, community activist and Democratic New York City Councilmember

William Lee Brant, hijacked a plane to Cuba in 1968, lived in exile there until his death in 2006

Elaine Brown, Chairwoman, Minister of Defense (mid 1970s), for a time was a 2008 Green Party Presidential candidate.

H. Rap Brown, Justice Minister, currently serving life sentence in Georgia for impersonating a police officer and murdering a black Sheriff's Deputy and wounding others with a machine gun.

Stokely Carmichael, Honorary Prime Minister

Bunchy Carter, Deputy Minister of Defense, Southern California chapter

Mark Clark, Defense Captain, Illinois chapter

Eldridge Cleaver, Minister of Information

James "Jim" Coleman, Peoria, Arizona physical education instructor

Angela Y. Davis, Professor at UCLA, and lecturer at Harvard University and San Francisco State University, currently teaching at UC Santa Cruz. Acquitted of providing weapons during murder trial in infamous court shoot-out case.

Aaron Dixon, community activist, former captain of the Seattle chapter of the Party. Ran with the Green Party for U.S. Senate on his opposition to the Iraq War
Lorenzo Komboa Ervin

Larry J.Gaiters, Sr, One of the founding members of the Columbus, Ohio Chapter - Now a Christian Minister

Steve Green, founder of the Louisiana Chapter

Jon Gwara, Corporal Minister of Arms, Former Senate Member of Connecticut

Fred Hampton, Deputy Chairman, Illinois chapter; shot to death in police raid by Chicago police and the FBI after refusing to surrender after shooting an FBI agent.

Bobby Hutton, Treasurer; fatally wounded in shoot-out with Oakland police after he shot officer knocking on his door.

George Jackson, killed in California prison.

Jamal Joseph, Writer, director, producer, poet, activist, and educator.

Timothy Lewis, Rapper, alive & well living in Brooklyn NY

David Lemieux, actor (The Spook Who Sat By The Door), retired Chicago Police Detective

Chaka Khan, Singer.

Owen Midgley, Political adviser, Brooklyn NY

Huey P. Newton, Minister of Defense, co-founder

Pete O'Neal, Chairman, Kansas City chapter

Geronimo Pratt, Deputy Minister of Defense

Malik Rahim, early New Orleans chapter organizer, currently a co-founder of Common Ground Collective, a post Hurricane Katrina relief organization.

Nile Rodgers, music producer

Bobby Rush, Deputy Minister of Defense, Illinois chapter, Democratic Congressman Ist Congressional District, Chicago, Illinois

Victor Cumberbatch, Sergeant at arms. Brooklyn NY

Kyle Sanders, Founder of the Florida chapter of the Bloods

Bobby Seale, Chairman and co-founder of the Black Panthers

Afeni Shakur, mother of rapper Tupac Shakur

Mutulu Shakur, Brother of Assata Shakur and Stepfather of Tupac Shakur.

Billy Garland, Biological Father of Tupac Shakur

Robert Trivers, evolutionary biologist

Betty Van Patter Bookkeeper, died under suspicious circumstances.

Dwight York, founder of Nuwaubian Nation of Moors, in prison serving 135 years for more than 100 counts of child molestation.

Tim Hayes, founder Atlanta chapter

Bill Warner
private investigator