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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2015 8:01 pm    Post subject: Sandra Bland Mug Shot: A Murder Giveaway? Reply with quote



The locks of her hair are descending backwards,
as though she is laying down, rather than standing up.

Her eyes seem focused on nothing.

The shadow to our right indicates that she is laying down.

Her face, collagen, fat, loose musculature, is all seeming to fall backwards,
rather than down. This too would seem to indicate that she is laying down.

Contradicting information in suicide risk assessment and inmate intake sheet.

























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@TyreeBP
do u also see how he hands something off to the 2nd EMT?
Or he puts it on the gurney. Watch closely!

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2015 8:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote



Sandra Bland is dead. She isn’t dead because of suicide. No matter
what they say, justice, reason, fairness and good damn sense compel
us to believe differently.

She is dead because she wouldn’t go quietly.
She is dead because she asked questions.
Dead because she knew her rights.
Dead because she demanded to be treated with dignity.
Dead because she wouldn’t submit.
Dead because she wouldn’t shut up.


Black people, of every station, live everyday just one police encounter
from the grave. Looking back over my encounters with police, it’s truly
a wonder that I’m still in the land of the living.

Am I supposed to be grateful for that? Are we supposed to be grateful
each and every time the police don’t kill us?


Black communities are weeping and mourning with her mother, friends,
and four sisters, because we know that at any time, she could be any of
us. Black people don’t have the luxury of refusing identification and
commonality.

This is why some Black people are asking themselves,
“Why didn’t she just put out the cigarette, shut up and get through it?”

Because she loved herself.
Because she was on her way to fulfill her dream.
Because she knew she was somebody and that she didn’t deserve to be mistreated.
Because the demand for dignity always asserts itself at the height of an assault.
Because the choice never should have been between her life or her dignity.

Neither her life nor her dignity should be a casualty of an encounter with
police. But there is what-should-be and what-is. Sandra Bland should be
starting the second week of her job at Prairie View A &M University.

Instead her mother is preparing to put her “baby in the ground.”



http://www.salon.com/2015/07/23/black_americas_terrifying_truth_any_of_us_could_have_been_sandra_bland/

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2015 8:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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“I’M READY…THIS MEANS WAR”
SANDRA BLAND’S MOTHER EULOGIZES DAUGHTER,
PREPARES TO FIGHT FOR JUSTICE


July 22, 2015 ‐ By Veronica Wells

While many of us were first learning about and watching the disturbing
video of Sandra Bland’s initial arrest, her mother, Geneva Reed-Veal was
eulogizing her.


Bland’s funeral was held at the Johnson Phillip All Faiths Church on Prairie
View’s campus on Tuesday night. Bland was scheduled to start a new
position at the university when she was pulled over for failing to signal
when she turned.

According to the Dallas News, Reed-Veal paced back and forth as she told
an energized crowd, “something occurred that is going to change the
world
.”

Reed-Veal shared that before she left for Texas, Bland told her mother,
“My purpose is to go back to Texas and stop all of the injustices in the South.


She also delivered some heart wrenching words about the unimaginable
task of burying a child.

I have a baby to put in the ground. She wasn’t my convict,
she wasn’t my suspect- she was my baby.


She also took time to question the validity behind Sandra’s cause of death,
saying “There is not anywhere I could see that my baby took her own life.”

And then, in what is perhaps the most memorable part of the
service, Reed-Veal prepared herself for what’s to come saying,

Once I put this baby in the ground, I’m ready…This means war.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2015 8:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Published on 23 Jul 2015
New details emerging in the death of Sandy Bland, giving some indication
as to what was happening in the days leading up to her death in a Texas jail.

The Young Turks hosts John Iadarola (Think Tank) and
Jimmy Dore (The Jimmy Dore Show) break it down



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