NYPD Twitter Scandal w/Pictures !!!

One thing I learned early on in life was that the police are not hear to protect and serve. They are here to enforce the rigid class system by beating the fuck out of minorities. Yesterday the NYPD asked Twitter users to post cute personal photos with NYPD officers. Instead what they got was a series of pictures of alleged acts of police brutality. Check it the pictures below.

Before that Lemme ask you a “?”

In a national that has spent the last 20- years at least installing an infrastructure to allow for the mass surveillence of not only foreigner leaders and their constituent but also its very own citizens, what do you think will happen when the police are given left over military equipment from the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq? The American Civil Liberties Union had this to say about the militarization of the police:

The police officers on our streets and in our neighborhoods are not soldiers fighting a war. Yet many have been armed with tactics and weapons designed for battle overseas. The result: people – disproportionately those in poor communities and communities of color – have become targets for violent SWAT raids, often because the police suspect they have small amounts of drugs in their homes. Billions of dollars’ worth of military weapons and equipment is available to local police departments through grant programs administered by federal agencies such as the Departments of Defense, Justice, and Homeland Security. Until now, this has gone on with very little public oversight. Too little has been known about how much military equipment law enforcement agencies have, why they have it, and how they are using it.

Occupy wall Street open my eyes because I had never seen Caucasians get fucked up like that by the police. I enjoyed that little bit of credibility I got when other people were like: “Maybe police brutality was a real thing after all.” Enjoy!


Here the #NYPD engages with its community members, changing hearts and minds one baton at a time. #myNYPD

Every white shirt has to get in on the brutality, right @NYPDnews#myNYPD

A lot of Twitter users started finding photos of police officers from any city and tagging them with #myNYPD.

It turns out Twitter users had more than a few photos of NYPD officers looking less than friendly.

This should be featured on facebook RT @brotherguss #MyNYPDOne of my favorites

“And we’re going to have to run you over, just for good measure.”#myNYPD

Do you have a photo w/ a member of the #NYPD? Tweet us & tag it#myNYPD. It may be featured on their Facebook!

@OccupyWallStNYC #myNYPD keeping me safe by tackling me to the ground, punching me & arresting me (1)

Turns out not everyone is a huge fan of the NYPD.

NYPD crushing a black man’s spine. He lost all sensation below his neck from this. #myNYPD

Yours truly. RT @NYPDnews: Do you have a photo w/ a member of the NYPD? Tweet us & tag it #myNYPD.

So, the lesson here? Be careful what you ask for on the internet, I guess.

NO ONE MAKES ME BLEED MY OWN BLOOD. Well, except#myNYPD. They do that a lot.

I’m sorry had to to post this. Old memories.

One comment

  1. Hopefully the publicity from this reversal of fortune for the NYPD will open the eyes of others as to the the excessive abuse the police practice, all virtually unchecked and seriously under-reported. It’s gotten so bad, that when I learn of violence against police, I wonder: what did they do to provoke the behavior? That’s how commonplace their brutality has become. Great post, buddy. Much love and naked hugs!


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