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  • Government Name: Omar Austin
  • Register Number: 204603C
  • Age:31
  • Time Served:since 2001
  • Home Town:Newark, NJ
  • Sentence:60 yrs + 7 consecutive yrs
  • Current Charge:Double Murder
  • Alias:K.O.
  • Release Date:2043
  • Prison Affiliation:Blood (Valentine)
  • Circle of Influence:Altariq Gumbs, Lester Alford, Pele Brown, Tewhan Butler,
  • Institution:East Jersey State Prison (Rahway)
  • If a real G can’t dissuade you youngins, okay, have it ya way, but at least let me prep you for the road.

RIP Mike Brown

Some times it takes the loss of a precious life to bring light to the suppressed issues and conditions in and around the black community, particularly the “‘hood”. Mike Brown isn’t the first to suffer at the hands of the local police, and he won’t be the last. And every one who is part of the suit-and-tie black community, those whose lives depend on the checks they receive from their white owners and bosses, yes it is a Black issue! No other race or ethnic group can show proof of death by police guns in mounting obituaries like Blacks!

Not to say it doesn’t happen, just to say the “face” of these unfortunate life-ending situations is a black face!

The police think that they have a justified right to shoot and kill us. Let’s be real, they don’t even try to shoot us in the leg to put us down and restrain us. No!  They deliberately shoot us, while we are unarmed, in parts of the body where it is almost always fatal.

Then people say things about the militarization of the local police . . . News Flash: Brothers and sisters in the ‘hood have been experiencing the militarization of local police for decades. They have obtained their right to bumrush and ambush us in the ‘hood by way of stop and frisk and search and seizure policies. Many local cops are ex-military officers who have mental and emotional issues that are yet to be healed. They really do not differentiate between brothers in the ‘hood and their enemies in the battlefields abroad.

The difference between America and a lot of other countries is supposed to be one’s right to due process, and things like freedom of speech and expression. But the way brothers express themselves seems to welcome death by law enforcement, and absolute obliteration by the U.S. justice system. Our due process right to a “fair” anything is violated when we stylize our identity with the streets. If we do not walk, dress and communicate in a way deemed acceptable by White America, then we are a dangerous threat to society.

This is absolutely bigger than Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown, Sean Bell, and Oscar Grant from Fruitvale Station. This is years of fear and license to harass, arrest, attack, brutalize, oppress, enslave, and kill our people.


One response to “RIP Mike Brown”

  1. Gill Ellis says:

    nothing but the truth !

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