I AM BEYOND FED UP!  

 Its shit like this that really keeps pushing more towards the Al Sharpton, Nancy Grace route but for Black women. I am just beyond fed up with this nonsense!

While Black women are out happily fighting that good fight for Black men in any kind of trouble, 
Cases like this fly under the radar in which victimized Black women are once again kicked in the face by the justice system and the Black community who once again IGNORES a very serious issue. 

 

http://www.buzzfeed.com/jtes/daniel-holtzclaw-alleged-sexual-assault-oklahoma-city

 

Where is the media outrage? Where are your beloved White feminists and Black KINGs on this issue? Where is the BLACK COMMUNITY? Where is Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson???? 

This down syndrome looking bastard has over 16 counts of assault, sodomy and forcible rape against him, by 8 Black women (at least the ones who are coming forward) and he gets freed on BAIL?! 

LOL Only in America! If his victims has been White women, he’d already be under the jail and damn sure would not even see the light of day unless the jury found him not guilty. I shudder to even think if this had been a Black police officer doing this to White women (some grandmothers). 

THIS ladies, is why BWE keeps telling you to stop fighting other people’s battles! Because in the greater world Black women are being victimized and little to no justice is being served by the perpetrators. 

Not to mention this bastards family has created a FACEBOOK SUPORT PAGE as well as a gofundme page to help him. Luckily, someone at GOFUNDME has a freaking conscious and shut down their funding page. But the fact a judge felt this monster deserves to be free on bond, says a lot about the value placed on Black women’s lives in this country. 

Let’s look at the bright side (if there even is one). He got arrested. That’s a start. And arrested by his own police peers. Not sure how that judge agreed to let him out on bail when clearly his GPS tracking system backs up the stories of the 8 Black women who have told similar stories of how they were harassed and sexually assaulted, stalked and threatened by this savage. 

What does this mean for Black women as a collective? That you or I or any woman with brown skin can be victims of any kind of violence and no one would give a shit. And that is why it’s important for BW to wake the hell up and start protesting for their own rights and issues to be heard and upheld because we are all at risk of being a victim with no justice. 

The Black man nor Black community has any INTEREST in helping you or saving you or fighting for you! 

The fact is, this monster preyed on vulnerable Black women because he knew most likely he would get away with it, or no one would believe him. And he gets funding campaigns and Facebook support pages started in his honor. LOL 

The problem for the Black woman collective, no matter what economic background you come from, how educated or uneducated you are, is this could be you one day. And how would you feel knowing that no one gives a shit??? Does not sit well does it? 

This type of shit just grates on me and further pushes me towards wanting to become the next Al Sharpton for Black women (without that horrible perm). LOL!!

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  1. Neecy
    Sep 08, 2014 @ 14:21:37

    Here’s a light of hope I am seeing. More and more on the comments on these kinds of cases (even the other one I posted about Marlene Pinnock), I am seeing people of all races comment against these officers in support of the Black female victims. But the problem is, they will not take action like they would if it were one of their own.

    This is why its important for Black women to lead and carry the torch because I believe others will follow – BUT ONLY after we have shown we care enough to get on the front lines FOR OURSELVES.

    Say what you want, but a lot of the reason White women and Black men get support is because they DEMANDED it for themselves FIRST.

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  2. Neecy
    Sep 08, 2014 @ 14:23:20

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  3. Formavitae
    Sep 08, 2014 @ 14:52:01

    This is DISGUSTING, and your description of his appearance is SO ACCURATE! Lol!

    I’m sickened and tired of all of this too. I wish AAs cared about their women and girls. But, we know they don’t.

    Sigh….

    I just look forward to seeing more AA women GET OUT.

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  4. Neecy
    Sep 08, 2014 @ 14:56:11

    Hey Formative,

    Yes Black women have to get out, but Black women better start creating some formidable systems to fight these kinds of injustices. The more quiet we remain the more we will hear of stories like this.

    White women had to do it! Gays have done it. Its time for Black women to get busy and nip this shit in the bud before it gets even worse.

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  5. Neecy
    Sep 08, 2014 @ 15:02:53

    Black women we need to be the main voice in fighting for police officers to have to wear cameras in their uniforms. I wonder how often this happens to Black women who do not report out of fear.

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  6. Neecy
    Sep 08, 2014 @ 15:55:39

    Here a BLACK MAN started a petition for police cameras to be worn after the death if Eric Garner by a NYPD officer.

    https://www.change.org/p/bill-de-blasio-make-the-nypd-adopt-on-body-cameras?utm_source=action_alert&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=135410&alert_id=TtUXWZJfPJ_7wTQByj3eNaLrGkgrWENd9i3Qocvtzc4BxWsa4rVNYs%3D

    Look what happened:

    Victory! The New York Police Department is launching a pilot program to equip officers with body cameras by the end of the year.

    On September 4th, the New York Police Department announced they’re launching a pilot program to begin equipping their officers with body cameras. They’ll be the largest police department in the country to adopt the cameras. You, along with almost 97,000 others, helped make this possible by signing my petition on Change.org!
    The pilot program will test two different cameras out on 60 NYPD officers at the six precincts that had the highest number of stop-and-frisks in 2012. They will begin wearing them by the end of the year.
    These cameras will help to protect both civilians and police officers during encounters. As a 35-year-veteran of law enforcement, I think it’s great that NYPD is helping to lead the way for other departments to adopt this important technology.
    You can start your own petition asking your local police department to adopt body cameras too. Just click here: https://www.change.org/start-a-petition/police-body-cameras
    Thank you for being part of this huge success.
    Neill Franklin
    Maryland

    See how being self concerned pays off? Every other group on this planet wallows in self interest while black women are just freely wallowing in confusion.

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    • ImAwake
      Sep 08, 2014 @ 20:00:59

      Daaaaang Ms. Neecy,

      ” black women are just freely wallowing in confusion.”

      I have to scratch my head on this one.

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  7. Neecy
    Sep 08, 2014 @ 22:12:47

    This is why people like Kahdija and Evia have stressed for years the importance of BW moving away from communities and people where she will be preyed upon without recourse.

    Unfortuantley, the Black community is a breeding ground for Black female victimization. THUS why this cop went to those places to harass and threaten Black women.

    I can almost guarantee you no BW living in a mixed Non Black setting would be as easily targeted as a Black woman living in an all Black community (as these women all were living) where predators know the males do not protect the women?

    So getting out is very important! It doesn’t mean 100% that you will avoid victimization. But I have noticed because people respect non Black women and environments, by default those living and playing in these places have more protections.

    That’s just how it is!

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