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Waka Flocka Released From Prison After Posting $31,950 Bail

January 6, 2011 2 comments

MTV – Waka Flocka Flame was released from custody Wednesday (January 5) after turning himself in for an array of weapons and drug charges earlier this week. Deputy Fielder of Georgia’s Henry County Sherriff’s Office confirmed to MTV News that the Atlanta rapper, born Juaquin Malphurs, was released at 3:33 p.m. after posting $31,950 bond. Continue Reading…

Waka Flocka & Gucci

Brick Squad rapper Waka Flocka Flame was released on $31,950 dollars bail yesterday, Jan. 5, 2011.

Waka Flocka, or Juaquin James Malphurs, surrendered to police on Jan. 3, 2011 to face a number of charges after the cops raided his home while his mother/manager Debra Antney and Gucci Mane were in the crib.

He has 6 criminal charges including possession of marijuana of less than 1 ounce, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of hydrocodone, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, violation of probation for driving on a suspended license, and violating Georgia’s “Criminal Street Gang and Terror Prevention Act.”

Yup, the police hit him with the kitchen sink!!

A young black man can’t get money anymore. How the hell can they charge him with driving on  a suspended license when he was never pulled over or even arrested??

The cops are just hating because they hear his song “No Hands”  in every club and strip club they go to. No matter how much money a black man makes, he will never be given the benefit of the doubt.

I’m glad he decided to enjoy his holidays before surrendering himself because that’s all hes got a the end of the day when the police have it out for him.

Waka Flocka talking about his crib getting raided in a radio interview.



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Long Island Black Man’s Sentence For Murdering A White Kid Commuted By Governor David Patterson

December 24, 2010 1 comment

CBS News – New York Gov. David Paterson commuted the sentence Thursday of a black man imprisoned for the racially charged shooting death of a white teenager on Long Island, a decision in the final days of his administration that infuriated the lawyer who prosecuted the case.

Paterson said the five months John Harris White has served was enough time for the emotion-fueled 2006 shooting death of Daniel Cicciaro, 17. Paterson said everybody connected with the case had suffered enough, and White was released Thursday. Continue Reading…

John Harris White has been served justice by David Patterson

John Harris White has been released from prison after serving 6 months for manslaughter & possession of an illegal weapon convictions. New York Governor David Patterson ‘commuted’ his sentence today.

John Harris White was set to be in prison for 2-4 years for shooting 17-year old Daniel Cicciaro in an attempt to protect his son, Aaron White.

Aaron had just left a party after being asked to leave for ‘posting online threats’ about a girl in attendance (found to be not true).

A ‘lynch mob’ or a large group of racist kids then showed up at the White’s house in the predominantly white Long Island neighborhood.

Daniel Cicciaro was driving with an alcohol level above the legal limit and was 3 inches away from the gun when he was shot.

His father, Daniel Sr. screamed “Let’s see what happens when Aaron White gets shot.” And that was when he thought John Harris White would serve 4 years in prison.

It was a tough decision and both sides have much to be sad and angry about.

Governor Patterson made the right decision here.

Julian Assange Interview About Terrorism Accusations, Reporting, & Bradley Manning

December 22, 2010 Leave a comment

The interview starts 0:55 seconds in. It is worth the entire 15 minutes.

I don’t believe Julian Assange was unaware that Bradley Manning leaked the files. But that does not make him guilty of anything. He simply runs the website.

Eminem & Lil Wayne Saturday Night Live Performance (SNL) – No Love

December 19, 2010 Leave a comment

Rapper G. Dep Admits To A Murder That Occured 17 Years Ago

December 18, 2010 6 comments

NY Post – It took nearly two decades, but the guilt of murder finally became too much for Trevell Coleman.

Wednesday night, after years of living with the burden, Coleman, 36, walked into the 25th Precinct and shockingly confessed to the very cold case, the sources said.

The career criminal — once signed to superstar rap mogul Shawn “Diddy” Combs’ record label — was just 18 when he fatally shot a Queens man outside an East Harlem housing project in 1993, police sources said.

“I shot and killed someone 17 years ago,” Coleman told a cop in the station house. Continue Reading…

Rapper G. Dep has admitted to a murder…that happened 17 years ago.

G. Dep should probably be treated for an illness.

The Harlem rapper admitted to trying to riding his bike on Park Ave. & East 114th street before trying to rob John Henkel.

G. Dep says he pulled away and shot the man 3 times in the chest after the man tried to resist the robbery.

No…the murder was not being investigated. No…G. Dep was not being investigated. And no…this is not going to help G. Dep in any way.

My only guess is that he smoked some crazy sh*t or was on a drug binge.

I mean…why not just confess to a priest if you feel that bad about it?

Now he’s probably going to jail for the rest of his life.

G. Dep wins my award for stupid man of the year.

Wikileaks Leaker Bradley Manning Has Been ‘Tortured’ Since May 2010 In A Military Prison

December 17, 2010 1 comment

DeathAndTaxesMag –  Manning has spent the last five months detained at the U.S. Marine brig in Quantico, Virginia—before that he spent two months in a military jail in Kuwait, all the while facing conditions that constitute cruel and inhumane treatment and even torture. Manning was charged with the unauthorized use and disclosure of U.S. classified information.

In an article for Salon, Glenn Greenwald reports that interviews with several sources familiar with the conditions of Manning’s detention, including Lt. Brian Villiard, a Quantico brig Officer, confirmed that the accused leaker is subject to detention conditions likely to create long-term psychological injuries. Continue Reading…

Bradley Manning should have been Time's 2010 person of the year.

Bradley Manning, private first class soldier for the United States Army, is the soldier who leaked the “Collateral Murder” video, the Granai airstrike video, and 250,000 diplomatic cables to the Wikileaks website.

The intelligence analyst has been detained by the U.S military since May of 2010 and has spent the last 5 months at the U.S Marine Corps Brig in Quantico, Virginia.

He has been denied the right to exercise, held in solitary confinement for 23 hours of the day, and his mental and physical health have been deteriorating because of this abuse.

Bradley Manning is a homosexual and reportedly felt isolated under the “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.

Manning is the real hero in this whole Wikileaks scandal. He sacrificed his entire life to expose the criminal acts of the United States Military.

Juliun Assange spent 2 weeks in solitary confinement while Manning has spent the last 7 months in a military prison under even worse conditions.

On top of all that, Manning faces up to 52 years on criminal charges.

Bradley Manning is an American hero and should be respected as one.

Man In Prison For The Murder Of An Oklahoma Sheriff Posts Pictures Of Himself On Facebook

December 1, 2010 Leave a comment

Justin Walker is serving 30 years for the murder of Dwight Woodrell Jr., an Oklahoma Sheriff.

Justin Walker smoking a joint...in jail!!

He has pictures of himself on Facebook with a bottle of Tequila, a big bag of low-grade weed, smoking a joint, holding a shank and engaging in other felonious activities.

Walker even had a Blackberry cell phone in the medium-security prison that was found with some marijuana when correctional officers raided his cell.

He has been moved to a maximum security prison and his Facebook account had been deactivated.

All I have to say is don’t hate the player, hate the game.

There are thousands of prisoners getting away with all types of things in jail. Hookers, hard drugs, arranged murders, and more.

This is nothing to the the inmates who have real power in jail.

But Justin Walker was doing it big in jail, I doubt the average prisoner lives like that.

It’s a shame, we as taxpayers pay for Justin Walker’s rehabilitation. And when he comes out of prison worse than when he went in, victims pay for it.

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