Wednesday, February 23, 2011

UHURUS aka BLACK PANTHERS Bring Back 1970's Cop Killing Reign of Terror to St Pete-Tampa Area, 5 Cops Killed in Last 8 Months.

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.  During the 1960's and the 1970's the Black Panthers were responsible for killing at least 15 cops from Oakland CA to New York City, now they have brought it to the St Pete-Tampa Fl area in 2010-2011.

October 1966 Oakland California, Huey Newton and Bobby Seale founded the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense. The Panthers practiced militant self-defense of minority communities against the U.S. government and the Police. In October of 1967, the police arrest the Defense Minister of the Panthers, Huey Newton, for killing an Oakland cop.  FrontPageMag right wing radical David Horowitz alleged that "the Black Panthers " had killed more than a dozen people in the course of conducting extortion, prostitution and drug rackets in the Oakland ghetto, he should know, he worked for them.  David Horowitz was a supporter of Huey P. Newton, and raised money for Black Panther Party cop killers like Shuaib Raheem who was arrested Jan. 1973.

ST. PETERSBURG - The father of a 16-year-old boy arrested in the slaying of a St. Petersburg police officer apologized in court today for the shooting. Nicholas Lindsey Sr. and his son, Nicholas Lindsey Jr., both cried (too bad). The judge said the boy will be held without bail, a day after being arrested on a first-degree murder charge in the fatal shooting of Officer David Crawford.

Nicholas Lindsey, 16, turned himself into authorities last night. He gave police several stories, but ultimately admitted to shooting and killing Officer David Crawford. Nick Lindsey lived at Citrus Grove Apartments, 803 15th St. S St Pete Fl, where one of the people accused of killing 8-year-old Paris Whitehead Hamilton lived.  Nicholas Lindsey had two arrests in 2009 for grand theft auto and he was also a gang member who "always got into trouble."

UHURU NEWS...Point Eight of the Working Platform of the African People’s Socialist Party explains this relationship the police have with the African community:   “We want the immediate withdrawal of the U.S. police from our oppressed and exploited communities. We believe that the various U.S. police agencies, which occupy our communities, are arms of the U.S. colonialist state, which is responsible for keeping our people enslaved and terrorized. We believe that the U.S. police agencies do not serve us, but instead represent the first line of U.S. defense against the just struggle of our people for peace, dignity and a socialist democracy.

Therefore, we believe the U.S. police is an illegitimate standing army, a colonial army in the African community and must withdraw immediately from our community, to be replaced by our liberation forces whose struggles in defense of our community and against our oppression demonstrate their loyalty to our community and their willingness to serve in its interest.”

Resistance is the trend....This police shooting, seen by many in the African community as resistance to police colonial military occupation, comes right off the heels of the National Convention of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement that was held under the slogan “Africans Have a Right to Resist! Freedom and Reparations Now!”

It marks the second time in less than a month that occupying cops were shot in the African community. The first happened shortly before the convention when two St. Pete Police and a U.S. Marshal went into Hydra Lacy’s home to capture him. In that incident, the two St. Pete Police were killed and the U.S. Marshal injured before he was killed by a barrage of gunfire by an array of cops that included participation by U.S. Homeland Security forces. The resistance in St. Petersburg is part of a larger trend of resistance. Just in the 24-hour period that the Hydra Lacy incident occurred, 11 cops were shot across the U.S. In the recent past, police have been shot in Miami, Detroit, Indianapolis, Oakland and Tampa, among other places.

Omali Yeshitela, his photo above with Black Panther Huey Newton, was born Joseph Waller, October 9, 1941, St. Petersburg, Florida, he 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, Omali 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”.

Joseph Waller, aka Omal Yeshitela...A much longer piece on Waller was found in the "Information Digest" of March 9, 1984 in the section " "Burning Spear: African Peoples Socialist Party." It gave more information about his past ties to violence-advocacy groups, crime, domestic terrorist support groups and even foreign terrorist groups in Ireland (IRSP), Palestine (PFLP), South Africa (PAC), El Salvador (FMLN), and Nicaragua (FSLN). Domestic marxist and terrorist support groups included the mixed marxist Mass Party Organizing Committee, led by marxist attorney Arthur Kinoy (CPUSA fronts, NLG, CCR), which later became the National Coalition for Independent Political Action (NCIPA) and the Weather Underground Organization's Prairie Fire Organizing Committee (PFOC).
On June 8, 2010, Uhuru (Black Panthers) leader Omali Yeshitela's sons, Weusi Africa Waller, 29, and Mwamba Bandele Yeshitela, 26, were arrested with two other men during a raid at 2353 13th St. S. They face charges of felony possession of marijuana with intent to sell and operating a drug house, a misdemeanor. Police called the investigation that led to the raid routine, and said several undercover drug buys were made at the house. When police raided the house, they found two pounds of marijuana in different size packages and thousands of dollars in cash, according to police reports.

The other two men arrested were identified as Tyron Jaron Cummings, 27, and Wayne Wells, 29. Cummings was arrested nine days after he finished a 10-year prison stint for robbery and possession of cocaine, according to state records.  The connection among the four men and the house was unclear. None of the four arrested listed 2353 13th St. S as a home address. Cummings listed his address nearby at 2400 13th St. S. The home is owned by a Clearwater property company, records show.

An Uhuru spokeswoman did not return calls for comment on whether the men were affiliated with the group.
Tyron Jaron Cummings, of 2400 13th St. S, in Pinellas County Jail, lieu of $5,150 bail.
Weusi Africa Waller, of 1161 Williams Drive, was released on his own recognizane.
Wayne Wells, of 2005 20th St. S, was released on bail 3 a.m. Wednesday.
Mwamba Bandele Yeshitela, of 1161 Williams Drive, held in lieu of $5,150 bail.

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