Thursday, November 15, 2007


Rapper killed during traffic stop
He was parking his friend's car and complying with a police command when shots rang out, the site said.

Man shot dead by police at traffic stop
Several neighbors who did not want to be identified said Tuesday night they heard sirens and shouts from officers ordering someone out of a car. The shouts were followed by what sounded like at least eight gunshots, the neighbors said. Other neighbors said they heard as many as 20 shots.

Family Wants Justice For Rapper Shot By Cops
"I loved him dearly," said Bobbi Brown. "He was a good guy. He was my favorite cousin and y'all took that from me."

Police shooting to test new procedure
"We heard that this was a traffic stop. We have not found anybody in the community to say that a traffic stop actually occurred," said Rev. Marshall Hatch, Leaders Network.

Chicago Media should be ashamed of itself. Their actions are nauseating.


Anonymous said...

Rest in hell

pathickey said...

Nauseating, Sarge, but consistent.

Here Media Connected ambulance chaser blames victim's family.

TheHatisBack said...

The media does not care. They are upset that we have a forum now, the Internet, to expose their bias and lies. The do not have complete control over the news anymore. It is now open season against us. They want to try and start a riot and they will write about it safe from their suburban homes and e-mail the story in. I have said it before and will say it again, the great majority of them are cowards and could never do what we do day in and day out.

snethen said...

I see one good thing here. The media are complaining that they are not getting information, thats great!

Anonymous said...

This is the kind of media we need in Chicago, not the 'store front' reverend!

Anonymous said...

I saw the LA Princess on TV the other night. She looked pretty good for someone called out in the middle of the night like that.

Anonymous said...

d like give everyone some
FACTS about the shooting on Lorel.
1st and FOREMOST the P.O.s ARE ALL SAFE!
The Police did an EXCELLENT JOB 3 of the 4 officers involved fired their weapons, the 4th officer did not because of the possibilty of hitting the other p.o.s, and the fact that he did not have a clear shot at the OFFENDER.
For those of you that have never been involved in a police shooting, they are a very hectic. The proces afterwards is very time comsuming and thorough The other night's shooting was no exception. The director of IPSA was on the scene with 4 investigators.(They have always responded to the scene of a police shooting, this is nothing new)
THE IRPA remained outside the crime scene until the ADS walked then through it. They did not request anything special to be done at the scene.
The Detectives assigned interviewed the officers involved, at the scene> after 1st making sure that they were all ok! Upon the arrival of the ADS the officers were interviewed by him, seperately, as per dept policy.
After that interview they were transported to the Area, by a detective, the one who had interviewed them.
The officers were NOT put into an interview room.
Each was in an office, the HGS Lts office, The Agg Batt office, the homicide office and the SVU office. They were never alone. The Det. that interviewed them at the scene stayed with them. Sid Davis from the FOP was on the scene and spoke to the P.O.s and was in the Area with them. The were never alone and IN NO WAY WERE THEY TREATED IN ANY WAY LIKE AN OFFENDER>
The major difference from the Lorel shooting was that IPRA (OPS) wanted to intervirew the CIVILLIAN WITNESSES AFTER the detectives interviewed them. These interviews have traditionally been done at a later time. (usually after the witnesses have all watched the news/ and heard all of the false rumors about the incident)( This actually may not be a bad idea.... it's not like they don't flip us later anyway)And seeing as how the IPRA's (OPS) files are discoverable that may actually help us (The Police) in the coming civil trial.The civillian witness was interviewed in the Area. The P.O. s were ONLY INTERVIEWED by A/5 Detectives and the ADS. IPRA DID NOT interview the Police Officers Involved. THIS IS A FACT
The Roundtable was no different than what we have conducted in the past. This was the only time that thes officers were asked any questions by the IPRA(OPS)investigators.
We don t know what changes are coming down cocerning Police Shootings, no one does. Once they come down I know for a fact that the Area will be out to the roll calls and explain it to the P.O.s. I promise you that.
Those 4 P.O.s did a hell of a job!!! Everyone treated them the way we all want to be treated after being involved in a shooting. The botttom line to all of this is YOU HAVE TO GO HOME EVERY NITE. YOU DO WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO TO PROTECT YOU AND YOUR PARTNER"S LIVES. JUST LIKE THOSE 015 DISTRICT OFFICERS DID.

Anonymous said...

Another wrapper lying on the streets in the ghetto? Who cares?
Oh, you said rapper! Sorry!

Anonymous said...

"It was his last rap"

Anonymous said...

RAP bro

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