Submitted by Pachamama

As the jury takes the murder case against Derek Chauvin for taking the life of George Floyd it has been disclosed that the kraken Chauvin was a highly-trained martial artist.

It’s amazing how both the prosecution and the defense attorneys, as officers of the court, seemed to have conspired to avoid letting the jury, and the public, know about the existence of this highly important factoid, the murder weapon. Such information should have been at the heart of a first degree murder charge, against Chauvin. But it never once came up!

Neither was the jury nor the public told that Derek Chauvin had as many as nineteen (19) complaints against him, in his police file. Yet the American injustice system is held up as a ‘paragon of virtue’, fit for wall to wall coverage on all networks.

These are the central problems with modern judicial systems. These are the structures which insist that the protection of official corruption itself is paramount.

How else can an injustice system maintain itself if it starts to convict police officers as the main protectors of that same wicked system if it starts putting on trial policemen for first degree murder like should have been the case in the death of George Floyd?

The lodge, that is a law courts, demands that both prosecutors and defense attorneys pledge allegiance to the court and not to the client or the people, with regard to public prosecutors.

Both sides managed to speak endlessly about 9 minutes and 29 seconds and other mundane issues but this central piece of information was never once told to the jury.

This occurs in a case where we were treated to any number of police officers paraded by the State of Wisconsin, including the Police Commissioner himself.

And as if to speak in code, or under the direction of unknown third parties, every prosecution or police witness made inert statements about the restraint (martial arts hold) which Chauvin used on George Floyd.

The commissioner himself said words to the effect that Chauvin’s restraint technique was not part of police training, so did several other policemen/women. The obvious question should have been, then where did it come from? But we were not to know this, certainly not the jury.

As a martial artist Chauvin ought to have known or certainly would have known that the restraint technique applied to George Floyd’s neck was certain to kill him. This qualifies as intent. This was a central requirement for first degree murder charges. Are these the workings of a Black man called Keith Ellison, the state attorney general?

Indeed, it is well known that as a martial artist one’s being is considered a deadly weapon. Either as policemen or martial artist or both the chokehold represents murder in the first degree with intentionality and as such should not escape the death penalty, if found guilty.

Given these circumstances, we are now to ask a number of wider questions. Those questions are pregnant with meanings and fall within the inalterable decay of the American judicial system and empire itself.

We need to ask, why was there such an unusual haste to pay-off the family of George Floyd with about 27 million pieces of silver just a few days before the trial started?

Was this smoking gun evidence, just coming to light, part of the financial settlement or blood money as negotiated by the family lawyers?

Was it agreed beforehand that this show trial, we’ve witnessed for the last three weeks, should be no more than that?

What were the roles of the ambulance-chasing family attorneys like Benjamin Crump, family members, people such as Al Sharpton – the sidekick of Crump, media prostitutes on the networks, public officials and others in covering up the magnitude of this modern day lynching of the late George Floyd?

When all the systems around us are so corrupted or corruptible the patina of justice only serves to galvanize and propagandize global opinion around an unjust trial for the blood of a sacrificial lamb led to the slaughter in the maw of empire.


  • BU has been taken over by Woman now all the old men feel emasculated and moderated in these times


  • @ David
    I agree a load of crap. Not lies just crap. I can accept that. Lighten up my Brother, we got work to do.


    @ William Skinner







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  • Some of us laugh all the way to the credit union!


  • And back!



  • If Indians are better at business more successful than Blacks, then why can’t Blacks copy Indians instead of complain
    Another no brainer solved
    No Looking Back


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  • KK called me a Cuhdear Bajan. In truth I am a deeply compassionate human being. I don’t believe that compassion is a human failure.

    Hal calls me Silly Woman. Not silly enough to marry a Hal-like character though. Hal is Hal. A bombastic know it all.


  • I always thought Hal was a bit of a woman as he was always acting like a bitch

    but why would a man call himself Mother Earth Pachamama… think about it…
    … unless he was channelling Mother Earth when he spoke…


  • Native Language Lazy Dub Refix

    Nowadays Moderation means nobody bothers to look at the queues


  • Cop is a good shot.

    Saved girl in pink.

    Unfortunately one had to die.


  • 3 more shot..
    Andrew Brown
    Daunte Wright
    Makhia Bryant
    I support De-arming Police


  • “Cop is a good shot.

    Saved girl in pink.

    Unfortunately one had to die.”

    Stop your crap punk ass troll you were anti-BLM from day one when Zimmerman was set free and non-stop up to support for the convicted murderer Chauvin

    the argument between 3 girls who were housemates was about a messy home
    the police man stepped out of his car and one second later fired his shot as per his body cam


  • Read ePaper
    Home / Top Featured Article / Chauvin’s conviction stirs bitter memories

    Chauvin’s conviction stirs bitter memories – by Anesta Henry April 22, 2021
    Marleen Knight is struggling to understand how in just under one year a United States jury has found former police officer Derek Chauvin, 45, guilty of murdering African-American George Floyd in Minneapolis last year, but she is yet to get justice for her husband Selwyn “Blues” Knight who was shot to death six years ago.

    Hours after the US verdict, a grieving Knight told Barbados TODAY that her family felt insulted that though Police Constable Everton Gittens, who is now on bail was charged for murdering her husband on March 15, 2015, the case is still lingering in the District “A” Magistrates’ Court.

    The widow said she is now hoping and praying that the local judicial system moves with similar haste to expedite such cases in Barbados.

    “I should never be in court for six years and the case can’t get out of the lower court to go to the high court. You imagine leaving court at 4 and 3 o’clock on evenings and all you could hear is adjourned.

    “I am a small fish. I ain’t got no backing. I ain’t got nobody to go out there and protest and carry on and get on in the worst way.”

    Marleen said though her health has been deteriorating since her husband’s death, she is not giving up on fighting for justice for him. She said not only has she been turning up to court whenever she is ordered to do so, she is constantly checking in with investigators who oversaw the matter.


  • 🐇
    Looks like you are going to troll the hell out of this last shooting. Happy digging.

    I will wait and see how it develops.


  • Nobody is paying the sick rabbit any mind. He went out of style with Trump.

    One hit from one person is enough. This time it is 555.

    Ignore the ridiculous creature!


  • Critical Analyzer

    It is absolutely amazing the excuses and reasoning people want to bring for why the police should not have killed the black girl. Would you be saying the same thing, had she been white. Two things were crystal clear, the girl was attacking somebody with a deadly weapon i.e. capable of killing and the police did the right thing to put her down fast.

    Ask yourself, had you been the girl in pink, would you be glad the police put down the girl with the knife without hitting you or would you be saying the police didn’t have to shoot her cause she was only pretending to stab me.

    It is very clear to me you have not seen at least one violent confrontation with deadly weapons in person from start to finish or you would be singing a different tune. It is nothing like the beautifully choreographed movie fight scenes and is a totally chaotic mess with running all over the place and people with totally different reactions from the not my business keep it over there reaction, the jump in and get and unlucky blow, frozen in fear, terrified screaming to the cheering on.

    Maybe it is time the police in America learn from the bajan ones and show up after everything done, bring the caution tape and ask questions.


  • Critical Analyzer

    @angela cox April 23, 2021 4:57 AM

    These stories hurt my heart because the people calling out for justice really want retribution and it is eating them up inside making them sick, claiming another victim. The man dead and gone long, he can’t want anything now.

    If people like this want justice, they need to pressure the corrupt legal system that keeps court cases languishing. Otherwise, these god-faring people need to leave judgement up to god, seek counseling and move on with their lives.


  • As some rightly opined, the little white murderous criminal rittenhouse coldbloodedly MURDERED 2 people and injured some…and the police WAVED HIM ALONG..and give him water…told him he did nothing wrong…left him with his gun….an assault rifle that he was carrying ILLEGALLY while underage……many of you need ya twisted heads examining..

    so what’s the difference..

    a 16 year old girl could be tased and easily DISARMED…


  • A real bad situation seeing that India rolled out vaccines at the international level…….

    wish some on the island would understand that just because ya took the vaccine does not mean ya should walk around without masks, it’s stupidity at so many levels…

    “SOURCE: Reuters – The situation in India, where COVID-19 cases have surged, is “beyond heartbreaking”, and the World Health Organization is sending extra staff and supplies there to help fight the pandemic, WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Monday”


  • Except that this murder was committed in full view of the world.

    Where would you find twelve jurors who knew nothing of the circumstances surrounding this case and the enormity of the outcome?

    Sequestered or not. They knew about what happened in the streets last year and what was likely to happen in the event of an acquittal.

    And who the hell is Maxine Waters. Does she carry that much sway??

    Besides which, many high profile cases feature protesters outside the courthouse

    If they want America to burn, they can set the savage free.


  • A review of all deaths involving police action handled by Dr. Fowler, the defence expert witness when he was coroner in Maryland is currently underway. This after 400 doctors demanded such a review on the basis of his testimony given at the Chauvin trial in which he gave a baseless opinion regarding carbon monoxide poisioning playing part in George Floyd’s death. The carbon monoxide levels were later shown to be within normal range.

    In short, the man was opining without physical evidence. Totally unprofessional. Obvious bias!


  • I notice that Lawson was unable to come back to me with what he found re police shootings of unarmed black men. I, however, have two more names for him – Andrew Browne and Isaiah Browne (unrelated).

    The latter has so far cheated death by surviving seven shots propelled into him as a result of a cordless phone in the hand. He had used the same phone to call the police to settle a family dispute he was seeking to walk away from. He was shot outside of the house. So…. he smartly walked away from a dispute, called the law enforcers to protect him and was shot seven times for his law abiding efforts.

    So much for Lawson’s stats!


  • Oh well, cousin Boris and his mouth again, the eugenics bosom buddy Cummins is spilling the beans in retaliation, all of this adds up to danger for Black people WORLDWIDE….as usual…

    “London – Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday denied a newspaper report that he had said he would rather bodies piled “high in their thousands” than order a third coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown.”


    Colorado arrest: Woman with dementia mocked by US police

    US police officers are seen mocking a 73-year-old woman with dementia as they watch video of her shoulder going “pop” during her forcible arrest, according to footage released by her lawyer.

    Karen Garner was detained on 26 June last year after she walked out of a Walmart store in the state of Colorado without paying for $13 (£9) of items.

    Her elbow was fractured and shoulder dislocated, says her lawyer.

    An investigation has been launched into the Loveland Police Department arrest.

    In the footage released on Monday from the booking area of the police station on the day of the arrest, officers are seen fist-bumping one another as they review body camera video of the incident.

    Video from inside Ms Garner’s nearby holding cell shows the frail-looking grandmother slumped handcuffed to a bench while the officers joke about the incident, says her lawyer.


  • Wuhloss..things must be real bad when racists are arrested from sealing from a school.


  • outright assassination of Black people in the south and other states…..they murder you for nothing or anything at all…..did someone say someone envied them, must have been on another thread….

    Andrew Brown Jr. died from a “kill shot to the back of the head” fired by a North Carolina sheriff’s deputy as the Black man tried to escape a barrage of gunfire, lawyer Ben Crump said Tuesday.

    “Citing a private autopsy commissioned by Brown’s family, Crump said deputies hit Brown with five different bullets as he gripped his steering wheel with both hands outside his residence in Elizabeth City during the service of an arrest warrant in a drug case.”


  • The white cunt convicted last month of the murder of the black man George Floyd has requested a new trial.
    former Minneapolis police office claims killing niggers is on page 9 of the police training book


  • White Cunt launches new ‘communications’ platform

    The former PotUS who instigated insurrection on January 6th and caused 450 white supremacist mugs to be jailed for following him with the big lie wants to communicate with white scum




  • Chauvin Sentenced to 22.5 years


  • Agree or not to the 22 years.

    Does it send a strong enough message?


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