Friday 22 March 2019
for 4 lines found on one site and nothing else. We have continued to support him because we believe more in the brother than in the established order.
There is no one other to blame than myself and I apologize for not considering the implications in which my actions may have caused for anyone else. However something needs to be done about the way the law is treating its people.
Too often the law uses excessive force on people they have sworn to protect. Countless times we have witnessed and even live video coverage of Law Officers abusing victims after being handcuffed & placed under arrest.
If the FBI or our Gov. cared for the people they would be helping to fix these problems. But instead they go ignored. Because of this carelessness we as a people let our voices be heard any way we can.
— James Robinson.
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