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reckless_rioux Too many people are doing that. If you know someone like that, talk to that person and use reason with him or her. You could make a big difference in their lives. #positivity #passthelovearound #truth #honesty #openyoureyes #help 25s

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maxine_maxxlashes Tuesday Night Tip: apply your concealer in a triangle shape to cover dark circles and open up the face. I use Younique BB in cream. It is much lighter than your usual concealer but, hydrates and never creases. Win-win! 4min

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activist.x Hello anons and activists. If you guys would like to talk about what is going on in the world today, then download the free app Zello. Go to channels, and type in anonymous_world and the password is access. It is a great way to communicate with your fellow anons and activists. #Anonymous #activist #killuminati #killelite #peace #change #positive #vibes #love #chat #honesty #openyourmind #openyoureyes 4min

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traviscarr520 The governments form of population control. Legalize shit that will kill you, and ban what helps people. #OpenYourEyes #Bigpharma #cannabis #cannabiscures #420 #cannabiscommunity #MarijuanaHeals #DoSomeResearch 11min

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anonymousdefender Inside the final minutes before Andy Lopez's toy-gun death Moments before 13-year-old Andy Lopez was fatally shot by a Sonoma County sheriff's deputy who mistook his replica AK-47 pellet gun for a real rifle, a man in a truck drove by the boy and felt a surge of worry. "Hey. Throw that thing away," the truck driver recalled yelling out his window. "Police behind!" Andy didn't listen as he walked toward a field near his home on the edge of Santa Rosa. And the driver kept going.

The witness later told authorities he thought the gun was a plastic toy - but he wasn't certain. He also recalled the sound of shots ringing out.

The account is included in a report released Monday by Sonoma County District Attorney Jill Ravitch, which concluded that Deputy Erick Gelhaus should not face criminal charges because he fired at Andy while acting in what he believed was self-defense.

The 52-page report revisits the debate over whether fatal force was warranted in a shooting that touched off months of protest from the enraged Latino neighborhood where Andy lived and raised questions about police use of force and the danger of toy guns.

The report, which offers a host of new details on the incident, revealed that some of the deputy's bullets ended up in a neighbor's kitchen, garage and yard, and it suggests the boy took actions that contributed to the deadly confrontation.

#AndyLopez #NationalRipDay #NoMoreWar #fuckthepolice #NewOrleans #ferguson #freePalestinians #freeWesternSahara #FuckTheSystem #TheRevolutionWillNotBeTelevised #justice #iftheygunmedown #freeourpeople #StopPoliceBrutally #Dontshot #freedom #itsbiggerthanyou
#EquallyRight #OpenYourEyes #standupforjustice #enoughisenough #weneedjustice #anonymous #unity #TheListGoesOn #USA #SaveOurSons #anonymousdefender #ByAnyMeansNecessary #smsaudio
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haiilsonhollow Got me 32 mo dots 22min

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anonymous257952180 The Boston marathon happened on the 15th and these where posted a couple days later. You must open your eyes and look around or your government will stop you before you even plan to rebel. #liars #faked #hoax #medialies #bostonmarathon #boston #openyoureyes #wakeup #WAKEUPNOW #nwo #newworldorder 22min

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anonymousdefender The fatal shooting of #AndyLopez by Sonoma County sheriff's deputy Erick Gelhaus took place on October 22, 2013, in Santa Rosa,California. 13-year-old Lopez was carrying anairsoft gun that was designed to resemble anAK-47 assault rifle. Gelhaus opened fire on Lopez, claiming that he mistook the airsoft gun for a real firearm. The shooting has prompted many protests in Santa Rosa, and throughout California.

On November 4, 2013, the Lopez family filed a federal civil rights lawsuit at the U.S. District Court.
On July 7, 2014, District Attorney Jill Ravitch announced no charges would be filed against Gelhaus.

#NationalRipDay #NoMoreWar #fuckthepolice #NewOrleans #Orlando #ferguson #freePalestinians #FuckTheSystem #TheRevolutionWillNotBeTelevised #justice #iftheygunmedown #freeourpeople #StopPoliceBrutally #Dontshot #freedom #itsbiggerthanyou
#EquallyRight #OpenYourEyes #standupforjustice #enoughisenough #weneedjustice #anonymous #unity #TheListGoesOn #USA #SaveOurSons #anonymousdefender #ByAnyMeansNecessary #smsaudio
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  •   mommachinazom36 The World is watching! 17min
  •   mozwine He dies on my birthday last year and I'm from the Bay Area and was living in southern cali and didn't hear about this for a while. So sad! RIP Andy Lopez! 16min
  •   leafly Good! 8s

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meganxmnm One big happy family #openyoureyes #nickyovereverything 29min

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anonymousdefender No matter where you go or how old you are, there is an unwritten rule that ties all parents together. That unwritten rule is that parents are not supposed to bury their children and shouldn’t have to attend their own child’s funeral.

Sadly, however, when a parent has to bury their own child, it is heart wrenching. It is even more devastating when you believe your child was murdered and died a senseless death behind a case of mistaken identity.

Janet Baker knows that devastation all too well and is living every day with that pain since the recent death of her only child, Jordan.

On January 16th, Jordan Baker, an unarmed 26-year-old college student, was gunned down by off-duty Houston Police Department (HPD) Officer J. Castro, an 11-year veteran who was providing security for the Northwest Houston strip mall where Jordan was killed.

According to his mother, Jordan had never been in trouble with the law since high school, when he had minor offenses that were dropped. Jordan was a student at Houston Community College, and was seeking to better his life in order to provide and be a role-model for his 7-year-old son, Jordan, who is named after him.

Janet says that her grandson has been having an extremely tough time dealing with the loss of his father and is seeking healing through remembering the fond memories of his father. "Jordan did everything for his son. His son was his life," said Janet. "Jordan did everything right. Not only was he a college student, he was working part time. He’s not the way the police portrayed him. He’s a father. He’s a grandson. He’s a son. And he was just taken away from us so soon." Janet has denied the details from police reports that have surfaced about her son and believes the Houston Police Department (HPD) is trying to provide justification for the series of events that led to her son’s death; a series of events that she believes doesn’t quite add up.
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  •   anonymousdefender According to police reports, Jordan was shot dead by Castro when he allegedly saw him riding his bike through the strip mall parking lot and allegedly looking into local businesses.

    According to those reports, the suspicious officer approached Jordan and asked to see his identification, to which the officer claims Jordan began to scuffle with him and ran away. Castro claims that a foot chase ensued, before the officer caught up with Jordan and cornered him in an alley behind the strip mall. Castro told investigators that Jordan lunged at him and charged towards him, prompting him to discharge his weapon and kill the young man.

    Castro claimed that he was on the lookout for hoodie-wearing armed robbery suspects and believed Jordan matched the description of one of the three robbers who wore black hoodies and had recently held up three stores at the strip mall. Jordan, who was unarmed when he was gunned down that fateful evening, happened to be wearing a black hoodie.

    Immediately after the shooting, and well before Jordan was named as the victim, police were sharing a narrative with the media that Castro had killed Jordan because he was a suspect in the recent string of robberies.

    Castro, who was the only witness to the shooting death, was placed on administrative leave pending an investigation, which is a common occurrence in shootings involving police officers. 42min
  •   anonymousdefender g death, was placed on administrative leave pending an investigation, which is a common occurrence in shootings involving police officers.

    HPD Police Chief Charles McClelland provided a statement acknowledging that investigators had found no weapons at the scene belonging to Jordan. McClelland went further in his statement, adding that "any police officer’s decision and justification to use deadly force is not absolute on whether the suspect is armed with a weapon. There is no federal, state law, nor police training that requires a suspect to be armed. The justification to use deadly force is based on the officer’s perception given the specific circumstances surrounding the incident." This incident has left a void in the heart of Janet, who says that not a day goes by when she doesn’t grieve for the loss of her son. "I am numb," said Janet. "I don’t want another mother or father to have to deal with the pain that I am going through right now and not being able to accept the fact that I know my son had no weapon and was killed because of mistaken identity. It hurts me dearly and even though my faith was strong, I’ve needed an extra ounce of faith in order to deal with the loss of my only child." 42min
  •   anonymousdefender Community activist Quanell X along with members of Jordan’s family and other concerned citizens, held a prayer vigil and press conference to speak out on Jordan’s killing.at the Northwest Houston strip center where he was killed. Quanell X demanded there be a federal probe into this killing and called upon U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to appoint a special prosecutor to fully investigate and prosecute Officer Castro for the killing. "He was guilty of only two things – being a young African male and wearing a hoodie at night," said Quanell X. "He (Castro) wants everyone to believe that Jordan rushed a cop with a gun in his hand, unarmed, with no weapon in his hand. This doesn’t make any sense at all." Ironically, not only does Jordan Baker’s story mirror that of Trayvon Martin, who was killed based on the suspicion of being a criminal and wearing a hoodie, they also share the same birthday; February 5.

    George Zimmerman claimed that he was protecting his gated community because of a recent string of robberies in his gated community and he decided to serve as the neighborhood watchman. Because Trayvon Martin was a young black male wearing a hoodie, he decided that he matched the description of the suspects and chose to follow him and eventually kill him.

    The Trayvon Martin murder has opened up the door for the opportunity to have genuine and frank discussions about race and the perception problem surrounding African Americans. 42min
  •   dipomac Will this ever stop 37min
  •   anonymousdefender No @dipomac just gonna get worse, and they will use the same excuse "Self defense" or "He/She charged the police" 18min
  •   mommachinazom36 I did not hear about this story. I am in the same place, unbelievable! I watch the local news and get the Only Local News Paper. Thanks for sharing!!! 24s

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thomasdouglasnyc Sometimes you need a break and need to remember it's the simple things in life that bring the most happiness. #reevaluate #openyoureyes #stop #smell #roses #naturesbeauty #natural #inspiration #sunset #carribean #relax #absorb #takein #inspire #inspirational #beinspired 1h

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