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Thandisizwe Chimurenga on Black women victims of police terrorism

October 31, 2015

 

The People’s Minister of Information JR talks with reporter and author Thandisizwe Chimurenga about the recent Black female victims of police terrorism in the U.S. including the cases of Sandra Bland, Marlene Pinnock, Natasha McKenna and more. Tune in for more at www.BlockReportRadio.com.

This picture was taken by another driver of a CHP officer beating Marlene Pinnock at the side of Highway 10 in Los Angeles on July 1, 2014.

This picture was taken by another driver of a CHP officer beating Marlene Pinnock at the side of Highway 10 in Los Angeles on July 1, 2014.

“Natasha died in February in Virginia,” says Thandi. “Why we speak of her, of course, is because recently, in the last month or so, the video of how she died was released and, once you look at the video, you can understand the reason why it was held for so long.

“She was naked and surrounded by six or seven people at this mental unit who are holding her down. She even says at one point that she does not want to die. …

“They used a stun gun on her; she was shot four times. She’d been arrested and charged with assaulting a cop in Alexandria, Virginia.” Don’t miss the rest of this story, and watch the video below.

Asked why she believes women victims of police terrorism aren’t talked about as much as Black men victims, Thandi replies: “When you look at the nature of how these Black women die, Black women are murdered by the police away from the public eye. … With Black men, it is very egregious because it’s in our face.”

The People’s Minister of Information JR Valrey is associate editor of the Bay View, author of “Block Reportin’” and “Unfinished Business: Block Reportin’ 2” and filmmaker of “Operation Small Axe” and “Block Reportin’ 101,” available, along with many more interviews, at www.blockreportradio.com. He can be reached at blockreportradio@gmail.com.

This is the video released by the Sheriff’s Office on Sept. 10, 2015.

 

4 thoughts on “Thandisizwe Chimurenga on Black women victims of police terrorism

  1. essaysbest

    In some countries police is uncontrollable which is creating problems for general public. I am appreciating the way how you are showing police terrorism in order to punish the responsible.

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  2. serious2020

    This is terrorism, cruel and unusual punishment, she's naked, not breathing properly, and in pain. Stop resisting???? with roughly 800 lbs of pig on top of her? Resisting what? And what did that pig say? "We are your friends??" And they're laughing. With knees in her back? She's on the ground for this long and they couldn't "secure" her or whatever any faster than this? Who knows how they were violating her while they're holding her down like this!!! And she's bleeding???and they're putting a mask on her face??? And what the fuck is a restraint chair??? This is seriously medieval shit. ALL MALE WHITE PIGS….After they brutalize her then they bring in a Black nurse. AND THEY LEFT THE TASER DARTS IN HER – AND THEY EXPECT HER NOT TO MOVE??? And then this pig asked her how she was doing??? was she even alive at that point?? They even took their sweet time getting her out of the damn jail garage. They knew they'd killed her. That's what they went in to do. NO WHITE FEMALE would EVER be treated this way.

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