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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Shooting of Police in Florida Part of Growing Trend of the African Right to Resistance to Occupation Says Uhuru (Black Panthers), Black Male Kills St Pete Officer David Crawford


Raise up Hydra Lacy! Raise up resistance to colonial occupation!  Hydra Lacy is the dead cop killer in St pete Fl, see Uhurus (Black Panthers) video click here.  "Watch this video about The International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (BLACK PANTHERS) annual Convention in Philadelphia February 19-21, 2011. Its theme is “Africans Have a Right to Resist: We Demand Freedom and Reparations Now!”  The brutality imposed on the African community is a regular feature of the police occupation of the African colony....WHAT THE HELL ARE THESE PEOPLE TALKING ABOUT?


Uhurus (Black Panthers) in St Pete Fl are spreading the news that is OK to shoot the cops, "Africans Have a Right to Resist The Police".  Uhurus (Black Panthers) call for “Open Season” on Cops In the St Pete- Tampa Fl area five (5) Police officers have been killed by Black thugs since Dontae Morris shot and killed two Tampa Police officers, Officers David Curtis and Jeffrey Kocab, on Tuesday June 29th, 2010 at about 2:15 a.m when Officers Kocab and Curtis pulled over a Red Toyota Camry without plates.


Omali Yeshitela  (born Joseph Waller, October 9, 1941, St. Petersburg, Florida) is the founder of the Uhuru Movement, based in St. Petersburg Florida, which is a Black Panther offshoot. In May 1972, after his release from prison, Yeshitela founded the St. Petersburg-based African People’s Socialist Party (APSP), a political party founded on an ideology combining black nationalism and socialism called “African internationalism.”  Omali Yeshitela aka Joseph Waller founded the National People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) and the Junta of Militant Organizations (JOMO) and (SNCC) all similar in character to the Black Panther Party which was organized in Oakland, California, Omali Yeshitela aka Joseph Waller is /was a “Black Panther, HE SPENT SEVERAL YEARS IN PRISON AND HAS A LONG CRIMINAL HISTORY”.


ST. PETERSBURG -- St. Petersburg police officers are mourning their third colleague slain in the line of duty in 30 days, but they have been forced to put their emotions on hold as they work overtime to search for the suspected killer, (BLACK MALE EARLY 20'S).

Officer David Crawford, his photo above, was shot Monday night investigating a report of a suspicious person in a neighborhood just south of Tropicana Field - where the Tampa Bay Rays play baseball.

"You have a job to do, you're a professional," said St. Petersburg Detective Mark Marland. "You kind of have to push a little bit of the somberness and the heavy heart to the back."

The FBI, the St. Petersburg Police and other groups also were offering a reward of $100,000 for information leading to the identification and arrest of the suspect.

Crawford, who was married, eligible for retirement and the father of an adult daughter, was pronounced dead at a hospital. Officers saluted the van that carried his body to the medical examiner's office Tuesday morning.

On Jan. 24, two St. Petersburg officers - Jeffrey A. Yaslowitz and Thomas Baitinger - were killed as they helped serve a warrant on a man with a long criminal history. Prior to that, the St. Petersburg Police department hadn't had an officer killed in the line of duty in more than 30 years.

"We're not even done healing from the first tragedy, then boom, we have a second one," said Marland, who is also the St. Petersburg police union president, MORE FROM THIS SOURCE...

Black Panthers Alive And Well in St Pete Fl, Uhuru Movement Claims “Shooting of Police in Florida Part of Growing Trend of African Resistance to Occupation”.
The Uhuru Movement (Black Panthers) in St Pete Florida speaks out on the shooting of St Pete Police officers Sgt. Thomas Baitinger and Officer Jeffrey Yaslowitz. ”Shooting of police in Florida part of growing trend of African resistance to occupation“, Uhuru News, Published Jan 28, 2011.

ST. PETERSBURG, Florida — The crisis of the U.S. State was exposed and deepened on Monday, January 24, 2011 as one African man killed two local police, wounded a U.S. marshal and held off more than 100 police from various state and federal police agencies for several hours. Earlier that morning, a U.S. marshal and two local police came to the home of 39-year-old Hydra Lacy to arrest him, and he apparently had determined that he was not going to join the more than one million African captives locked up in U.S. prisons that day. While imperialist media attempts to deal with this as an isolated incident, the fact is that there is a trend across the U.S. of growing resistance by African people to police occupation.



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