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Call and Post (Newspaper) - May 27, 2015, Cleveland, OhioPage 2a/the Call and Post wednesday May 27, 2015 Goowee i still remember this past saturday at ten of clock a.m., sitting on the Edge of my chair looking at my big screen to waiting for the verdict to be read. I was nervous As if i was on trial waiting for my Fate. My cell phone was turned completely off and i could feel the tension All in my Home As the judge took to the Bench. Round and round and round the judge went on and off the Bench and often times i was confused by All he said and demonstrated. I knew this officer Brelo would be found guilty of murder to just make myself Plain and Clear. Not guilty on All charges after sitting through All that the judge read and did and i just sat in my chair and could not move. Not one single charge against this officer. Something happened in my spirit and believe me it was not the holy ghost. Still in Shock with misplaced anger toward any and everybody i slowly put my cloths on to head downtown. I knew myself with other clergy would be needed to do whatever we could do to assist in keeping the peace when even i did no to feel peaceful at hearing the verdict. The Bottom line for starters was this officer was not held accountable in no Way shape or form for the role he played in committing murder. The judge was Tricky with his wording a a fatal cause but not the i believe the judge meant that the officer did shoot and his Bullet did have an Impact in the death of both or one yet so Many other bullets came either before or after that there was reasonable doubt if this officers Bullet caused the death or another Bullet instead. Wow if you did no to understand what i just said simply read it again As in be done Over and Over myself. The judge basically said the officer did act a fool jumping on the Hood of the car but because he feared for his life it was justifiable. Common sense is no longer common these Days even with this judge. If in a afraid in a running away from trouble not running right into it by jumping on top of a car in the Middle of the action. In a speechless and still in Shock yet the question should be for All of us is where do we go from Here first for me i went to the word of god knowing somebody must and should be held accountable for the death of Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams and i find Comfort in knowing that god has the last say As hell hold each officer accountable whose Bullet played a role in both of their deaths. Point one god holds us accountable go with me to the Book of genesis chapter 4 5, a and Cain said to the lord a this punishment is too hard for me to Cain killed his brother and afterwards he had to be accountable for killing his brother. This officer and Many others not Only in Cleveland but around the world must be a will be held accountable because god has the last word. Judge John of Donnell serves an earthly court but i know about a higher court where All wrongs will be taken care of. Somebody say amen As i was ministering to myself heading downtown i thought about another scripture text in romans 12 1. A never take revenge my friends but instead let gods anger do the scripture also says a i will take revenge i will pay Back says the Here a another scripture that encouraged me while heading downtown after the verdict go with me to ephesians 6 1-141, a put on All the Armor that god gives you so that you will be Able to stand up against the devils evil tricks. For we Are not fighting against human beings but against the wicked spiritual forces in the heavenly world the rulers authorities and cosmic Powers of this dark age. So put on gods Armor now then when the evil Day comes you will be Able to resist the enemy a attacks and after fighting to the end you will still hold your John of Donnell you ruled a not guilty a but in reality he a still a not in Mon the Battlefield for the lord because that verdict was not right and god has the last say. Check out the Bishop on Facebook under Bishop Prince j. Moultry or . As expected Cleveland protests the Brelo verdict by Kush Azrael staff reporter not guilty. Those were the words offered from Cuya hoga common pleas judge John p. Of Donnell that Cut through Cleveland a Black Community like a Dagger a piercing reality that the More things change the More they stay the same. Yes there were protests but no riots As predicted by prior talk reminiscent of the legendary Hough riots. Other than a few arrests demonstrators who came out to protest the not guilty verdict of Cleveland police officer Michael Brelo remained Calm for the most part. Brelo was on trial for the 2012 police murder of two unarmed Black people. He was charged with voluntary manslaughter for firing 49 of the 137 shots that killed Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams. Police and county sheriffs blocked off streets near the Justice Center including the avenues of Lakeside West St. Clair and West Superior. Immediately following the verdict handed Down by judge of Donnell demonstrators gathered outside the Justice Center to vent concerns and feelings about the verdict. One could easily sense the anger and frustration Felt by the demonstrators. As the crowd moved from the stairs of the Justice Center to the Middle of the Street local activists led the protests As other demonstrators chimed in. Some chanted slogans like a no Justice no peace and a Black lives matter As others held posters of the two victims. Oppressed Peoples nation Leader Ernest Smith believes the grand jury dropped the Ball from the beginning by not indicting All 13 officers. He says the verdict was no Surprise to him. A it does no to come to no Surprise even though it was straight murder a said Smith. A in the eyes of on they already had found him not he also said that judge of Donnell let racism Impact his decision. A the judge with his racist fascist statements compared Brelo being in East Cleveland to being in Smith said had it been a regular citizen who shot and killed someone the court system would not Check to see what bullets hit the victim. A failure to comply does no to justify being murdered a Smith said. On is not telling Blacks to themselves and shoot police but instead adamantly questions whether it will take Blacks arming themselves to Stop the police murders of Black citizens. After an hour of protesting Many demonstrators moved on. They marched around the Justice Center then on to Cudell recreation Center the site where 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot and killed by another Cleveland police officer for waving a toy gun Back in november. However roughly 50 demonstrators remained on site giving personal testimonies and questioning what it will take to Stop these police murders and other use of excessive Force. Tony Brown of Amer i can was one of those demonstrators. Although he did no to speak for Amer i can he did give his personal opinion. A in my opinion legally the judge made the right decision a said Brown. A the problem with this Case is you can to prove Brelo killed those he says people have the right to protest but Amer i can a focus is to Stop the violence and educate. They even have a curriculum to help with that message. A we want to educate the kids and Young adults to Stop the senseless violence in our then who the hell a is guilty from Page 1a failed us and the sad part is we expected it would. Truth be told the whole trifling lot of murders enablers and co signers connected to these and other unjustified killings of Black people Are guilty. When they said that a Justice was Blind a it was supposed to mean that we All Are seen As equal As if lady Justice was blindfolded. It is not supposed to matter what you look like. Justice is supposed to be the same under her watch. But now it seems like she has turned a Blind Eye to Black folks in Cleveland not As Justice but injustice. If and when Cleveland wakes up from the delirium of traumatic stress and Justice denied somebody is going to have to answer for this. Their does exist however a Stalwart collection of bloody but unbowed Heads who will not let this pass who will not go away quietly and who will not be handled or placated. Do not go gently into the night rage against the dying of the Light if Michael Brelo Isnit guilty then Tell us who is Katherine Jackson and Aaron Dunigan Angelica Sweeting United states Wyoming Bone thugs and Harmony member Wayzie Bone helped a Man avoid the a a Crossroads when he saved him from diabetic Shock. Wayzie Bone witnessed the 24 year old lose control of his car As he was driving from Casper to Riverton. After feeding him fruit and chocolate Wayzie Steven Howse waited for the emt to arrive. Wayzie says he a no hero he just genuinely cares about people. Florida Angelica Sweeting 27, was getting frustrated because she find a doll that highlighted her three daughters Black features so she created one of her own. Sweeting of Miami created the Angelica doll after realizing her oldest daughter Sophia was unhappy with her kinks and curls because of the straight haired White dolls she played with everyday she said on a kick starter Page started almost a month ago to raise Money to develop a line of naturally perfect dolls. The Angelica doll has the face of a Beautiful Black girl including a full nose full lips Beautiful Cheek Bones and Brown eyes. Illinois the Mother of a dead teen from Chicago accepted his diploma during an emotional graduation ceremony this week after he was killed in a car crash. Katherine Jackson walked with hundreds of students at Thornton fractional North High school last week after her son Aaron Dunigan died in a car Accident during his prom. Dunigan 18, was a Star athlete. He was Riding in a vehicle with a Friend when they crossed a median and crashed into another car. The Driver David Peden was allegedly under the influence of marijuana. Africa Nigeria nigerians incoming president says he May review the death sentences of 66 soldiers convicted for refusing to fight Boko Haram a lawyer has said. Femi Falana said that Muhammad Bihari had promised to review All operations against the militants. He said he was now confident the soldiers who said the lacked weapons to fight the islamist insurgents would not be executed and face Justice. Last week it was revealed that another 579 soldiers face trial Over indiscipline. Mali French special forces and malian troops have killed four jihadists including two leaders in a raid in North Mali. One of those killed was Amada a Hama suspected of the kidnapping and murder of two French journalists in 2013. He is said to be a commander in Al Quieda in the islamic maghreb. France sent troops into Mali two years ago when islamist militants threatened the capital Bamako. Roughly 3,000 remain in the Region fighting terrorism Europe England a convicted rapist has been found guilty of sexually assaulting a woman and two teenage girls in a series of attacks in London. Daniel Elliott 24, was said to have preyed on his two teenage victims when they were with their male friends raping and assaulting them before he ran off. The Young men were threatened with harm by Elliott. The court heard that on August 3, 2014, a 28 year old woman was walking Home from work when Elliott grabbed by the Throat from behind sexually assaulted her and ran away. A month later a 16 year old girl was with her Boyfriend also 16. As they walked Elliott approached them forced them to the ground and said he had Pepper Spray. Wayzie Bone he held a tin can to the victims eyes and raped her. Then again in november a 17 year old boy and a 15 year old girl were in a children a playground at night. Elliott punched the boy in the face and dragged him to the ground. He threatened to Stab him and called Over the girl and raped Ohio s Black newsreader uses 085-300 Assn 0045-4036 published weekly Don King Purusha Kevin d. Heard Omni Managar Cleveland office 11800 Shaker blvd. Cleveland Ohio 44120 mailing address . Boa 6237 Cleveland Ohio 44101 216 586-6700 fax 216 451-0404 Columbus Cincinnati mailing address . 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