Video: Man Shot Dead by New Jersey Police Had Hands Raised

CBS News, January 21, 2015

A newly released video shows a tense traffic stop last month in which a man stepping out of a car with his hands raised at shoulder height was fatally shot by police.

The video from a police car dashboard camera shows Bridgeton officers Braheme Days and Roger Worley in a Dec. 30 traffic stop that escalates quickly after Days warns his partner about seeing a gun and then saying that the vehicle’s passenger was reaching for something in the car. It ends with passenger Jerame Reid disregarding Days’ order to not move, getting out of the car and being shot to death.

The officers had pulled over the Jaguar for rolling through a stop sign, and the encounter started friendly. But after Reid tells Officer Days that the car had stopped at the sign, Days suddenly steps back, pulls his gun and tells them, “Show me your hands.” Days tells his police partner that there’s a gun in the glove compartment and then appears to reach inside the car and remove a gun.

The driver, Leroy Tutt, is seen showing his hands atop the open window on his side of the car. It’s not clear what Reid is doing, though Days repeatedly warns him not to move during an interaction that lasts less than two minutes.

“I’m going to shoot you,” Days shouts in a speech laced with profanity. “You’re going to be . . . dead. If you reach for something, you’re going to be . . . dead.”

“I ain’t got no reason to reach for nothing, bro, I ain’t got no reason to reach for nothing,” Reid says as Days continues to yell to his partner that Reid is reaching for something.

Reid then says, “I’m getting out and getting on the ground.” Days tells him not to move, but Reid repeats that he’s getting out.

The passenger door then pops open, but it’s not clear whether Reid or Officer Days opens it. Reid then emerges from the vehicle. His hands are at about shoulder height, and they appear to be empty. As he steps out, the officers fire at least six shots, killing him.

Days is out of the frame when the shots ring out. It’s unclear how many times each officer shoots.


The shooting has sparked protests in the southern New Jersey city. The case comes on the heels of some high-profile killings of unarmed black men and youth by white police officers across the country last year. Reid, Tutt and Officer Days are black; his partner, Officer Worley, is white.


Both officers have been placed on administrative leave while the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office investigates the case.

Reid, 36, had spent about 13 years in prison for shooting at New Jersey State Police troopers when he was a teenager. He was also arrested last year on charges including drug possession and obstruction; Days was one of the arresting officers then. Relatives said he had a baby son.


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  • MekongDelta69

    …And in flies Sharp-Tonnage and Hi-Jackson on their private jets…

    Oh wait… There’s no money to be extorted here and no guilt to be dished out… nvm…

  • Samuel Hathaway

    This just in from the CBS Nightly News:


    This calls for a toast. Wine glasses clinking.

    • Cid Campeador

      Don’t pop the corks yet. His life is still a train wreck. I would doubt that he’ll EVER get another law enforcement job somewhere else because the consequences of his unfortunate encounter will always be a lightning rod thanks to those who wanted to crucify him.

      • bilderbuster

        He should write a book titled How Negros Wrecked My Life and you’re Next!
        By Darren Wilson.

        • Samuel Hathaway

          Yes, forget being a policeman. Write a book. Find a publisher and make millions of $$$. That’s exactly what I would do. Cash in on my celebrity… i’d be a fool not to.

          • Alexandra1973

            Life gives you lemons, start making that lemonade!

      • Samuel Hathaway

        Of course Darren Wilson’s life is wreck. He deserves more than being in the line of duty to have his life wasted by a negro.

      • meanqueen

        I would think he could still get a job in Idaho, assuming he would want one.

        • Laura Dilworth

          He would be hunted down

          • Ellis Kurtz

            Unlikely, requires planning and persistence.

          • Laura Dilworth

            We shall see

          • Michael Ryan

            no our borders secure

          • Laura Dilworth


      • Albert

        Come to think of it, it really wouldn’t surprise me if they (the black community) blame the shooting on the white cop by claiming what the white cop said or did caused his black partner to shoot.

        • WhiteGuyInJapan

          Not too far fetched. The first article I read on this was RT and some of the comments were from Basketball-Americans who were ranting about “AmeriKKKa” and such.
          Black on black shooting is still racism? *face palm*

    • phillyguy

      hallelujah! hopefully now he can get his life back to normal.

    • Valmet

      I’m speculating the DOJ is doing this to purposely create hostility and even more civil unrest. They know what a piece of garbage Brown was,and now they will use him to further their agenda to pass more pro-minority,a.k.a.anti-white legislation down the road. As “dead fish” Rahm Emanuel was fond of saying,‘You never want a serious crisis to go to waste’. On the surface this appears a positive,but may hurt us at a later time.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      No toast. Just DOJ scheming. This carrot dangling from the cultural Marxist stick is for the purpose of increasing Loretta Lynch’s chances for AG approval. Loretta Lynch will make Eric Holder look like an Uncle Tom. She’ll put the lynch back in Lynch. This is a political stunt by the ‘…minority occupation government’.

  • propagandaoftruth

    Well that was brutal.

    • The Verdict of History

      So what? A black thug kills a black thug. Ho-hum.

      • bilderbuster

        When a Black person points a gun at someone they almost always kill that person.

        • APaige

          No. They shoot, but most times they miss and the person killed is usually a bystander. The White police officer was lucky he did not get hit.

          • Nancy

            That’s because they think it’s cool and gangsta to shoot their firearm one-handed, gun turned sideways, like rappers do. If I tried shooting that way, I’d miss my target a lot, too.

      • propagandaoftruth

        I was commenting as if I were a Roman watching people slaughter each other in the arena. While snacking on fried wolf teats.

        It was brutal.

  • Magician

    That is a Jaguar by the way. Where do those black men get all their money from?

    • Samuel Hathaway

      I wonder that, too. Twelve years ago the company where I work fired all the late 50s-60s something white male supervisors and manager and replaced them with mean-looking black women, two younger white men.

      One of the mean, ghetto-like black women, very nicely dressed, expensive everything, including a JAGUAR shined to the nine’s, who tried to get me fired for getting up to go to the bathroom without permission, actually finally resigned…after asking her what she was going to do now…her reply? She is going to start her own Diversity Consulting firm… wow…what a hire she was.

      • Ellis Kurtz

        One of the mean, ghetto-like black women, very nicely dressed, expensive everything, including a JAGUAR shined to the nine’s…

        Whenever I see something like this or hear about it, I think of this:

        Last week, the Pew Research Center reported that the median white household was worth $141,900, 12.9 times more than the typical black household, which was worth just $11,000. In 2007, the ratio was 10 to one. – Slate

        Maybe this huge difference is partly the result of blacks who manage to get a well-paying job blowing every paycheck on non-equity items like bling, fancy wheels, expensive clothes, expensive restaurants etc.

        • Samuel Hathaway

          this chick reveled in showing off that Jaguar. She drove in the parking lot with the HIGH BEAMS ON, even in the middle of the afternoon. Meanwhile, I was driving a 1994 model Oldsmobile… well cared for, but nothing like the oooing and ahhhing everyone did at her JAGUAR.

          • Ron Cheaters

            Always gotta be the center of attention

          • Cheri Rodriguez

            Like Woody Harrelson said to Wesley Snipes in White Men Can’t Jump–“You’d rather look good and lose, than look bad and win.”

        • Texan1st

          True. Besides the bling thing, I think the biggest factor is that a typical “white household” consists of two wage earners whereas a typical “black household” consists of one or less wage earners with little to no education. Two wage earners typically have more disposable income to invest, which lowers their taxable income in the near term while increasing their net worth over the long term.
          Back to the bling thing, that old 7-Up commercial comes to mind: “Image is everything”. Blacks typically spend their money on things that give the appearance of wealth — clothing, cars with oversized tires and custom rims, stereos that can be heard a mile away, jewelry, more house than they can afford — and they don’t care what interest rate they are charged to get them. It’s all about the here and now.
          Blacks and Whites could have the same income and the same net worth and within a decade, the white person will have used their income to increase their net worth while the black person’s net worth will be down to zero. It is what it is.

          • Albert

            Kind of unrelated, but, Robin Williams was talking about what goes through a guy’s head while he’s considering what car to buy (during a stand up act) the thought was “will this get me laid.” Miss ya, Robin.

          • Nancy

            It’s interesting you should say that, because I’ve often made the observation that my elderly father-in-law is a black man in a white man’s skinny redneck body.

            He’s from backwater Arkansas, barely graduated 4 years at some nothing college, and had every single award or certificate he’d ever earned since the year 1945 framed and displayed on the walls of his home office, just in case anyone is unclear on just how refined and accomplished he is. He also drives a 1980’s era Cadillac, which he thinks is the apex of classiness, wears ridiculous amounts of jewelry for an old white guy, and had all the beautiful original hardwood floors of his house covered in wall-to-wall carpeting (which is typical of a 1950’s-minded person, since hardwood floors in Arkansas was associated with poor folk).

            He loves to run out and buy the latest technology, which he has no idea how to use, and he never buys anything retail. Anything he bought, he got a “special deal” on, (either that, or he swiped it from the curb of a neighbor’s house). When he was head of maintenance at a health club in Atlanta, he’d take all the “Lost and Found” items home every thirty days (things like mp3 players, gold jewelry, or Rolex watches) and sell them at his monthly garage sale.

            Shortly after I married his son, he hosted a “Fight Night” party, a BYOB event where there wasn’t nearly enough food, and then STOLE the HBO signal by running a cable from his neighbor’s house (who was out-of-town) so he didn’t have to pay to watch the fight. He loves the appearance of wealth, yet is the cheapest man I’ve ever met. Case in point: He got “a deal” years ago on some new carpet for his bedroom, and he and his wife showed it off to everyone. Fast forward to last year, when they moved to a condo and my husband and I moved into their old house…when we went to move their big heavy furniture out of their bedroom (including their waterbed) so we could move in, they had HUGE HOLES cut out of the new carpet where their furniture used to be. Apparently, they had the carpet installers simply cut around the furniture so he wouldn’t have to move anything! (Then he kept the remnants to use as bath mats.)

            If that ain’t ghetto, I don’t know what is.

          • rechill

            In Philly, we have a term for which type of “rich” this is.

          • awb

            K.C. Mo. We use the same term. Ha Ha.

          • Reverend Bacon

            Yes, we use the term to mean the temporary self-delusion of wealth. Like the old aphorism, “a ‘fool’ and his money are soon parted.”

          • Canadian rich?

          • Ellis Kurtz

            Amish rich?

          • SentryattheGate

            More proof that the ability to delay gratification is correlated to higher IQ.

        • Albert

          It’s a pretty common site among blacks and hispanics: an unkept old home with peeling paint and weeds crawling the walls, but with a very pimped out ride in the driveway.

          • DiversityIsDeath

            Tsk tsk, don’t ridicule what’s important to negroes. They have their own values and culture.

        • William Hinkle

          The marxist narrative can’t fix ‘retarded’, ‘violent’, ‘backward’, etc. It just tries to make these qualities look ‘superior’.

      • Rhialto

        Your post reminds me of the proverb: I wept because I had no job, until I met a White man who worked for a Black woman.

      • William Hinkle

        The marxist narrative for sure.

    • Ograf

      Hard work and saving every penny they make for college . It is known that he was turning his life around and becoming either a reverend or a rap singer. He never did nuffin wrong.

    • Alexandra1973

      My dad, who would have been 75 today (died in 2000) once told me that they just pay the interest. His words were, “How do you think these blacks can afford those cars? They pay the interest.”

    • phillyguy

      selling drugs

    • Usually Much Calmer

      GMAC financing.

    • The Obamacar subsidy obviously.

  • Daniel McGrath

    That didn’t look good did it?

    • disqus_Xz3UA6obwj

      Looked quite good to me. Hands up don’t move or I’ll shoot means hands up don’t move or I’ll shoot!

      • Daniel McGrath

        I didn’t notice that there was a gun in the car. I’m not surprised they shot him.

      • Nancy

        I can understand the confusion…”Sit down, stop yelling out, and finish your assignment” is interpreted as “Jump up and down, scream like a banshee, laugh like a hyena, and avoid doing any classwork whatsoever” by the Bantu chirrens.

  • The vast majority of cops cannot see past their own blue noses.
    They are self-righteous, arrogant and the state has their backs ≈ %100.
    I conduct myself like a goody-two-shoes, and avoid cops like a fugitive.

    • Daniel McGrath

      There was a pistol in the glove compartment that the cop saw. The dead guy should have simply complied with instructions once he was found with a gun.

    • I know it seems that way because all we ever see on the news and social media are the lame-ass cops doing something excessive or unjustified. Truth is, the vast majority of cops do their jobs as they have been trained. They are generally very decent people. A good many of them are staunch conservatives and even ‘race-realists’ (something the job sort of turns you into).

      Granted, there’s some badge-heavy officers out there, but they are not the majority. People frequently confuse the need for an officer to take command of a chaotic or escalating scene with him or her trying to throw their weight around. In most cases, though, police officers are simply taking control so that suspects or agitators don’t dominate the scene and injure or kill them.

      Unless you’ve worked some crazy streets as I have as an officer, you really don’t know. In it’s in this line of work that you discover how volatile, unpredictable and violent a large percentage of the population is.

      • propagandaoftruth

        I’m surprised more cops don’t crack under the double bind pressure of their jobs.

        Teaching in certain schools I came to like the cops. We both dealt with the same crew – the lowest common denominator. I had them first…

      • Douchebagalo

        cops enforce the system. you people need to stop worshiping them and the troops are no better. I’m a white person. why should I care if US troops get blown up by suicide bombers? how does that hurt me? it doesn’t. on the contrary. every dead US soldier and police officer gets me one body closer to freedom. haha. I know this post will be deleted because Amren doesn’t believe in free speech. just like Muslims.

        • Good Lord, did you even think before you spewed forth such nonsense? You ought to care because a good number of those U.S. troops who get blown away by muslims are white – and in case you haven’t figured it out yet, we need as many white people as possible because we are being out-birthed by hordes of non-whites.

          You may not care about those police officers who get murdered on the job, but you’ll sure want them to be there when a group of Bantu thugs invade your home.

          • propagandaoftruth

            I don’t know what that dude said but must have been pretty all-star, lol…

          • ncpride

            Exactly right. I detest people who mock cops and claim to hate them all. I’m sure they wouldn’t think twice about calling the police should they ever be in need of help. I don’t deny (nor would you, I’m sure) that there are certainly some people who have no business with a badge, however, I’ll always be grateful there is someone to call should I find myself in a bad situation. I’ve known several officers on a personal level, and they really are just regular joes with one tough job.

        • dean53

          Some of those soldiers are demoralized poor white boys who couldn’t get jobs or scholarships to pay for college because of affirmative action. They joined the military for the GI bill, the only way they see to fund their education.

        • antiquesunlight

          Well I have to say that your username is amusingly appropriate.

        • Usually Much Calmer

          I hope you evolve from that simplistic position.

      • Douchebagalo

        you chose to put on that uniform. anything that happens to you is your fault.

        • Yes, I did choose to wear the uniform. And that’s also why I took special precautions each day I worked to make sure I arrived home safely to my family. Thank God there are men who choose to fight and protect our citizenry rather than sit behind a computer as a troll making irrelevant and absurd comments.

      • MBlanc46

        In a representative democracy, to a considerable extent we get the policing we deserve.

      • Nancy

        I had an opportunity to ride with two different Atlanta police officers as a civilian when I was in college. It completely altered the way I viewed law enforcement ever since (which is saying a lot, since I was a 18-year-old, lead-footed, alcoholic pothead at the time).

        Now I’m just lead-footed. But I teach my kids that law enforcement are their friends.

    • Nancy

      Do like I did, and put pro-police bumper stickers on your car. Mine say things like, “Thank you, Officer Wilson! We support the Ferguson police and law enforcement everywhere!” and “Teach your children: Officers are your FRIENDS!”

      Every time a cop gets behind me, he always gives me a big “thumb’s up”. I smile and wave.

      • Alexandra1973

        When I was a kid I used to wave at any police cars going by, and the cops would wave back.

        Once when my son was in preschool, they had a cop there, showing the kids all the cool stuff in a police car. My son loved it.

    • DiversityIsDeath

      Damn right. Every self-respecting WN should.

  • Tim_in_Indiana

    Thank God it was a black who shot him and not a white or we know what we would be hearing about for the next four months…

  • Magician

    1:14 is where he pulls the trigger.

  • Daniel McGrath

    Oh he did have a gun in the car. Well, that’s as good as being armed. Certainly should have been totally compliant in that case.

    • TCA

      Looked like a sandwich to me.

      • Don’t you mean ‘sammich’?

        • Alexandra1973

          Where’s the English-to-Ebonics dictionary when you need it?

  • Easyrhino

    “Black officer shoots a black who had his hands us.”

    Black can shoot/kill each other all day long with apparent impunity from any wrath of the professional victimologists but let a White person murder or kill a black in self defense and it’s riot time.

    That being said, I doubt Spike Lee will Tweet the black officers name and address to his mob of followers.

  • disqus_Xz3UA6obwj

    The passenger refused to follow the cops instructions and show his hands and not to move. There was also a gun visible in the glove box. The officer knew this convicted felon and had arrested him before. This is just one more black man killed by his own stupidity.

    • Daniel McGrath

      Pretty much.

    • Albert

      Hell with that. By the trend we’ve been seeing, every black crook has been painted out to be a “gentle giant” or an innocent kid- regardless of what they were doing at the time.

  • I observed mutliple Marquess of Queensberry violations.

  • dd121

    Hey liberals, want to have that conversation about race now?

  • Lt. Greyman, NVA

    blacks shooting blacks….meh.

    • PvtCharlieSlate

      This was TNB on both sides.

  • wildfirexx

    Well they can’t call this racism when a black shoots a black…but watch them blame this on the white cops!

  • Christorchaos

    somewhere there is a college sociology professor burning the midnight oil to develop a theory of how a black cop can be racist and it’s the white mans fault he’s racist. Double secret racism, perhaps.

    • redpill99

      there’s that name sociology again. are there any conservative sociologists?

      • Usually Much Calmer

        Robert Jackall spoke at the Mencken Club gathering in the fall of last year.

      • Spaniard in LA

        I graduated with a degree in Sociology a little more than a decade ago and to be honest with you I have never met one.

    • Vito Powers

      Maybe the White Devil Cultural Norm of shooting innocent Negroes rubbed off on the black cop. He became a product of his environment. Wanting to fit in with his fellow officers, he became a victim of groupthink.

  • Giovanni704

    I wonder if the cop who shot him was a White-Black, like George Zimmerman was a White-Hispanic?

    • phillyguy

      nah , he was black as the ace of spades.

  • Sick of it

    “Reid, 36, had spent about 13 years in prison for shooting at New Jersey State Police troopers when he was a teenager.”

    Gee, I wonder why the police were worried about this guy?

  • Luca

    The black cop was temporarily racist because he was assigned to a White partner and it rubbed off. Therefore the White cop is guilty.

    • shawnmer

      “Reid, 36, had spent about 13 years in prison for shooting at New Jersey State Police troopers when he was a teenager. He was also arrested last year on charges including drug possession and obstruction; Days was one of the arresting officers then.”

      To my mind, this explains everything. This black officer recognized the guy and immediately knew he was dealing with someone who ALREADY SHOT AT A COP! I mean, what more justification for being extremely suspicious of his movement does even the most unreasonable critic want? This isn’t stats, it’s an individual with a specific history!

      • Albert

        They’ll Trayvonize Reid regardless. Probably show us a picture of him at 12 with a sucker in his mouth.

        • Yancy Derringer

          Actually they’ll continue hoping and praying for a continuous stream of racist white cop on black child killings. They’ll be blaming, demonstrating and demanding based on the best material available, even if they have to scrape the boyyom of the barrel and rewrite justified killings, like Trayvon and Brown. Lucky for them they have all the help they need – president, attorney general, race hustlers, the press – to launch and keep afloat the bogus claims until something authentic comes along.

    • Dr.Bazzi

      Be careful in what you say, it will give prune face Sharpton ideas!

  • superlloyd

    The truth is that many black cops are more brutal to their own people than evil YT for a multitude of reasons. Obviously, this will never be examined by the libtard media or leftist academics as it doesn’t fit the wellworn white racism narrative.

  • Steve_in_Vermont

    Black officer shoots black suspect……..keep moving folks, nothing here to see. This won’t even make the evening news.

    • Samuel Hathaway

      It will be relegated to the back page of the local news, along with the joyous occasion that the new Dairy Queen will have its grand opening in a week.

  • Alexandra1973

    So much for hands up, don’t shoot.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    Anyone here ever heard of Ezell Ford?

    He was an unarmed mentally impaired black man shot dead by the LAPD two days after the Michael Brown shooting.

    According to the autopsy:

    “Ezell Ford was shot three times — once in the right side, once in the right back and once in the right arm.

    Shot in the back?

    Where is the outrage?? The looting and burning? The death threats against the officers? The demands for “justice”? The national headlines and handwringing by the msm for months and months on end?

    The officers that shot Ezell Ford were NOT WHITE.

    This story started big- but when it was determined that the LAPD officers involved were NOT WHITE, all mention of it died, even here in LA.

    • Robert Smith

      When will we wake up? That does it! I’m voting Republican next year!

      • TCA

        Yup. Jeb Bush. Definitely.

        • Robert Smith

          I would not vote for Bush if the Democrats ran V.I. Lenin himself.

          • Manxman3

            Reading this in England, things must be pretty bad politically in the USA if you guys are getting excited about voting Republican as if they’ll change anything. Or are you kidding?

          • Robert Smith

            Sir, I wouldn’t vote Republican to win a bet.

          • Alexandra1973

            I voted for the Constitution Party candidate the last three elections.

    • Yancy Derringer

      New York Times: “Mm, to be honest we’re looking for something in a size Racism.”

  • phillyguy

    Bridgeton New Jersey used to be such a beautiful town, full of the last turn of the century Victorian architecture, beautiful homes and old churches. it used to be the center of a thriving farming community ,I used to have a great uncle who once had a farm there, over the last 30 years the town filled up with blacks and browns and everything went downhill from there,, one last thing the officer who did the fatal shooting was black ,the officer you see to the left fired one shot and he was white, the suspect who shot a state trooper years ago and for some strange reason has been out of prison for a long time and since, he has been up to no good. when you live by the gun you die by the gun. case closed.

    • IstvanIN

      Last time I was in downtown Bridgeton I thought I was in Mexico: filled with bowling balls pushing strollers.

      • phillyguy

        like I said, it used to be a beautiful place.

        • Nancy

          That’s a shame. It wasn’t too far from Longport, where I grew up. (Of course, Longport hasn’t changed too much: still full of enormous beach homes owned by the Mafia.)

          Our next-door neighbor and close family friend was Angelo Errichetti (of ABSCAM fame), Mayor of Camden and subject of the movie “American Hustle”. I’ve got dozens of old pictures of “Uncle Eric”, his wife, and his niece swimming in our pool, sitting on our patio, or fishing off our dock. (I was in my twenties before I realized his first name was actually Angelo.)

      • DLRisVH

        Vineland is getting just as bad.

        • cherrie greenbaum123

          egad! Vineland! I knew it was only a matter of time! The negroid infestation is taking over the entire land!

          • DLRisVH


    • cherrie greenbaum123

      Thank you! This used to be one of our old stopping points when I was a youngster, on the way to Cape May (I fell in love with you!) Sad to see what’s happened to such a sweet, old, white town. Feral savages wreck everything!

      • cherrie greenbaum123

        “On The Way to Cape May” was a song about the Jersey shore. Most of what I remember is probably gone now. My brother recently called me about an old town father named Carl McIntire of the Christian Admiral. Any of you out in AMREN land have any recollections about Mr. McIntire? Just curious, as he is a name from my distant past.

        • TCA

          My mother mentions him from time to time. She grew up in Collingswood, in the 20’s.

      • Samuel Hathaway

        Towns, whole cities, neighborhoods, schools… you name it. once it goes to feral savage Negros, it’s time for a sad, sad burial with only melancholy memories of what used to be…

  • Robert Smith

    It wasn’t clear from the story how the white cop tricked the Afrocop into shooting his dark skinned brother. It’s just like the press to always cover up white crime.

  • OhWow

    You know Rev Al is really pissed the cop who shot wasn’t white. Nothing can be used here now.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      Aside from the fact that all negroes are innocent even after being proved guilty, there are no guilty negroes. They’re all perfect, angelic, noble prize winning negroes. Whites jes doan uner stan day deliquat natcha’s all. Gnome sane?

      • Samuel Hathaway

        Lord, the ebonics. I hear it all day everyday…good heavens, the auditory vomit.

        • Ron Cheaters

          Too lazy to pronounce even the simplest words.. like ask.

          • model1911

            You be axing too much dawg.

          • Nancy

            I had a Sociology prof who tried to teach us that “axe” is a legitimate way for them to pronounce the word, and should be recognized as such.

      • Robert Smith

        They are Teflon coated.

      • Who Me?

        There are several series of youtube videos that SHOW blacks doing something stupid, and then saying they didn’t do it, immediately afterward. (Especially black women) even when they KNOW it’s all on film. Facts don’t matter, film doesn’t matter, 20 eyewitnesses (even black ones) don’t matter. The sworn testimony of god Almighty Himself wouldn’t matter–she din do nuffins…
        Check out Ratchet Video Weekly, (numbers 1 thru 80, so far) by that fat little guy at The Advice Show, or just about anything from Tommy Sotomayer.

        • Itooktheredpill

          You gotta watch bait car. A lot of the episodes are on youtube…Its pure comedy.

      • The Dude

        Your ebonics is priceless.

    • Robert Smith

      No, he’s been busy in meetings trying to get an Oscar for the negro actors in Hollywood. Heard he was going for a Stanley Cup next.

  • Lee_CPA

    Who in the hell argues with a police officer when that officer is standing there with his weapon drawn and pointed at them? You notice, the driver acted correctly. He sat there with his hands out the window in plain sight. He obeyed the officer. He didn’t argue while he had a gun pointed at his face.
    I didn’t see both hands up, there may have been one. The reality is that this is what police officers have to contend with on a daily basis in black neighborhoods. Did you also notice that those were two huge guys in that car.
    Folks better thank their lucky stars that this country still has men and women who are willing to pin on a badge and place themselve between civilized folks and thugs such as the one who got shot..

    • Robert Smith

      And we need to protect them, not if, but when, the “legal” system comes down on them, by any means necessary.

  • IstvanIN

    Has anyone heard the audio of the confrontation? It was played on the radio and the cop said the “f”-word while ordering the miscreant to stand still. That alone must be worth a 15 day suspension, wouldn’t want to hurt the thugs feelings!

    • MBlanc46

      I’m only surprised that it wasn’t the mf word. The cop is black, after all.

    • Robert Smith

      It’s not like he said, “Boy” or something racist. F— is the most commonly used word in the hood, next to mother.

      • Samuel Hathaway

        makes you wonder why they don’t use the word “father’?

        • Vito Powers

          Here’s an old joke:
          What was the most frequently heard question at the Million Man March?

          “Are you my father?”

  • cherrie greenbaum123

    Oh my! More innocent black yoofs being brutalized by our police in uniform! I’m already organizing the protest marches so don’t get between me and da fax!

  • RationaliseThis

    Full human consciousness occurs in 3 second time slices. Anything less is a reaction. I’d say the Black cops reaction was built on the fact that the bulk of copper killers are fellow blacks.

  • MBlanc46

    I’m not crazy about cops. But I’m also not crazy, so if I cop tells me to do something, even if I don’t think he has the authority to do so, I’m going to do it.

    • The Dude

      I’m crazy about cops. And you’re right.

  • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

    Blacks killing blacks, good. Give the officer a medal.

  • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

    Maybe a fried chicken piece was involved.

  • One less black criminal.

  • Robert Smith

    I’m starting to wonder if black people are racist.

    • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

      They are. Even worse

  • Vito Powers

    Another Negro who wouldn’t comply with police directives is purged from the tribe. I wonder how many children he left behind along with multiple baby mommas.

    • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

      Hopefully none,

  • Whatever happened to not getting out of the car unless and until they tell you to?

  • De’Ontavious Jizzaiah Jones

    Deceased thought he’d be cut some slack because cop in charge was black.

  • “The Oscar Grant shooting was flagrantly unjustified” – True, while it was technically unjustified, neither was it intentional. There was no malice or racial ill will behind the shooting. It wasn’t even a matter of a cop being ‘badge heavy.’

    Rather, it was simply a mistake in which the BART officer deployed his handgun rather than his Taser over a combative and resisting suspect. While trying to subdue him, the officer pulled out his Taser which was, due to poor training, on the same side as his duty weapon. They are supposed to be on opposite sides so such mistakes are not made in the field. The officer was just as shocked as everyone else when his weapon fired which can be seen on the cellphone footage.

    This is an important distinction because the incident, though tragic, was not intuitional. It was accidental. There was no specific-intent to use deadly force and thus does not fall into the category in which officers maliciously gun-down innocent persons.

  • Christorchaos

    Tempests-in-a-teapot aside, doesnt it seem like things have gotten a whole lot rougher recently between, as Junior Mervyn would say, “Police and Thieves”? Or is it just there is more publicity now?? If I had to bet, I would say the criminal element and the police are escalating against each other.

  • John Jackson

    Wonder if they’ll find some way to say this office is actually white, like how Zimmerman, a hispanic, became white? Oh wait, I remember now, the left already has this one covered – quite a few years ago black security guards tackled a black thief, all the Sharptons claimed it was racism because those black guards had been programmed by whites.

  • chris8lee

    This was a police revenge killing in my estimation. Easy to plant a gun, stop him for rolling thru a stop sign…so transparent..nice that in spite of his criminal history the victim still can afford a jaguar…

  • B.E.L.

    Often times when the police are dealing with suspects, the suspects words will not match his actions. It’s hard to tell what the suspect is doing in this case, but just because he is saying I’m not moving or I’m not reaching for something, does not mean he isn’t doing those things.

  • DiversityIsDeath

    That shows how poor the negro’s self control is. Seriously. Even when threatened with shooting death by cop, they STILL can’t keep still when ordered to. Sick!

  • Magician

    Ladies and gentlemen of AmRen, here is the “have a good laugh” photo of the week

    Care to take a guess where this photo was taken?

    • Robert Smith

      At the April Fool’s Parade?

    • IstvanIN

      London or San Francisco ( the signs are in English)?

    • Alexandra1973

      Oh the irony!

  • Also in the news, St. Louis area police blasted another “vibrant”, “diverse” “yoof”. This one wasn’t unarmed, however. He had a Tech-9.

    • Magician

      Remember a few weeks ago when blacks rioted again, demanding that police officers start using stun guns or pepper spray when trying to arrest black men who are firing at them with handguns?

  • Slayer88

    This time it was a black cop doing the shooting so it doesn’t fit the national media formula. I watched the video a few times, it’s tough to tell what’s going on there, whether he should have shot or not. The guy wasn’t ordered out of the car and he got out anyway and prior to exiting it appears he’s not following commands, tough call.

  • Seniorsquadldr

    Negro on Negro, nothing to see here, move along.

  • Keep Honkin, I’m Reloading

    The bullets….made by the white devil