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#jordanedwards #malikcarey and the many more names that are often silenced 😰 this has got to get better, we need public figures to speak out. We need to realize that it is not just the black communities problem. It's a NATIONAL problem! @kehlani

I used to try to keep track of all of the police shootings, but it got overwhelming mentally. #jordanedwards #malikcarey #blacklivesmatter

Drastic representation of the men in my country each time we are oppressed or each time we are silenced by fear from the powers that be; continuously murdering children of christ and the chosen Israelites who have created reform, and platforms worldwide to break the chain the matrix has over our collective mindsets... #Jordanedwards
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Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker said Grand Rapids police were justified in shooting and killing Malik Carey, 18, who opened fired on police after engaging in an otherwise pleasant conversation.

Carey, who was seated in the back seat of a parked car, was talking to police when he suddenly reached into his waistband for a gun and fired four shots at officers. "There was no indication there was going to be trouble there ... absolutely no indication he was going to get violent," Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker said Tuesday, May 30.

Becker determined that Grand Rapids police were justified in shooting and killing Carey.

He said video footage from officers' body cameras played a crucial role in showing exactly what happened. The video provides a look at the "unpredictability" of encounters that police face every day, Becker said.

Police Chief David Rahinsky said: "That turned in a split second. ... I have to commend the officers for not being complacent. It just goes, in my mind, to reinforce just how dangerous this profession is." Becker also determined that police acted appropriately waiting nearly 30 minutes to provide Carey with assistance. Carey was on the ground, near his .38-caliber revolver, and, while he ignored police orders to show his hands or crawl away from the gun, he still showed movement.

Police assembled a special-response team, with an armored rescue vehicle and shields, to approach Carey, concerned he would shoot officers as they neared. As it turned out, Carey could not have survived a gunshot to his temple. His movements were involuntary.

The incident began around 12:30 p.m. May 3 in the 1300-block of Dickinson Street SE.

While helping a Grand Rapids schools officer conduct truancy checks, Officer Benjamin Hawkins happened to spot Carey in the back seat of a parked car.

A probation officer that day issued an advisory to police that Carey was a probation absconder. The probation officer included an "officer safety caution" because Carey was on probation for firing at a carload of people in 2015.

Meanwhile #MalikCarey & #JordanEdwards families are mourning. I guess there is a difference. 🙄
#CivilWrongs

Black lives matter. And I'll keep saying it, screaming it, writing it, and doing whatever I have to do to convey that to you. Do not come to me with "If they would just cooperate" or any other white justification you can come up with. I'm so tired and done with seeing the disgusting and disrespectful things some of you say, and I'm looking directly at you white christians. Two teenage boys lives have been ended, stolen, and people are attempting to erase these children's lives and repaint an inaccurate picture. You really need to fix your racism. Internalized, learned, or otherwise. If you're white/ non- black and you're in my life. I will absolutely call you on it, because black lives are more important than your white fragility. To the black community, I am so sorry that senseless violence and police brutality have stolen more lives from you. Tell me how I can be an ally. I'm here and ready to fight for you without speaking over you. 📸: @eastnastynicky

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Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker said Grand Rapids police were justified in shooting and killing Malik Carey, 18, who opened fired on police after engaging in an otherwise pleasant conversation.

Carey, who was seated in the back seat of a parked car, was talking to police when he suddenly reached into his waistband for a gun and fired four shots at officers. "There was no indication there was going to be trouble there ... absolutely no indication he was going to get violent," Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker said Tuesday, May 30.

Becker determined that Grand Rapids police were justified in shooting and killing Carey.

He said video footage from officers' body cameras played a crucial role in showing exactly what happened. The video provides a look at the "unpredictability" of encounters that police face every day, Becker said.

Police Chief David Rahinsky said: "That turned in a split second. ... I have to commend the officers for not being complacent. It just goes, in my mind, to reinforce just how dangerous this profession is." Becker also determined that police acted appropriately waiting nearly 30 minutes to provide Carey with assistance. Carey was on the ground, near his .38-caliber revolver, and, while he ignored police orders to show his hands or crawl away from the gun, he still showed movement.

Police assembled a special-response team, with an armored rescue vehicle and shields, to approach Carey, concerned he would shoot officers as they neared. As it turned out, Carey could not have survived a gunshot to his temple. His movements were involuntary.

The incident began around 12:30 p.m. May 3 in the 1300-block of Dickinson Street SE.

While helping a Grand Rapids schools officer conduct truancy checks, Officer Benjamin Hawkins happened to spot Carey in the back seat of a parked car.

A probation officer that day issued an advisory to police that Carey was a probation absconder. The probation officer included an "officer safety caution" because Carey was on probation for firing at a carload of people in 2015. #emergency #emergencyresponse #policebrutality #communitypolicing #ibluewatch #police #MalikCarey #shooting #cops #areyouwatching

WE GOTTA MAKE BETTER DECISIONS... READ THE FULL ARTICLE Full 5 minute video on Theinsidedrop.com
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Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker said Grand Rapids police were justified in shooting and killing Malik Carey, 18, who opened fired on police after engaging in an otherwise pleasant conversation.

Carey, who was seated in the back seat of a parked car, was talking to police when he suddenly reached into his waistband for a gun and fired four shots at officers. "There was no indication there was going to be trouble there ... absolutely no indication he was going to get violent," Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker said Tuesday, May 30.

Becker determined that Grand Rapids police were justified in shooting and killing Carey.

He said video footage from officers' body cameras played a crucial role in showing exactly what happened. The video provides a look at the "unpredictability" of encounters that police face every day, Becker said.

Police Chief David Rahinsky said: "That turned in a split second. ... I have to commend the officers for not being complacent. It just goes, in my mind, to reinforce just how dangerous this profession is." Becker also determined that police acted appropriately waiting nearly 30 minutes to provide Carey with assistance. Carey was on the ground, near his .38-caliber revolver, and, while he ignored police orders to show his hands or crawl away from the gun, he still showed movement.

Police assembled a special-response team, with an armored rescue vehicle and shields, to approach Carey, concerned he would shoot officers as they neared. As it turned out, Carey could not have survived a gunshot to his temple. His movements were involuntary.

The incident began around 12:30 p.m. May 3 in the 1300-block of Dickinson Street SE.

While helping a Grand Rapids schools officer conduct truancy checks, Officer Benjamin Hawkins happened to spot Carey in the back seat of a parked car.

A probation officer that day issued an advisory to police that Carey was a probation absconder. The probation officer included an "officer safety caution" because Carey was on probation for firing at a carload of people in 2015. #repost #insidedrop

I guess it's safe to say he made up his mind 🤷🏾‍♂️😳#MalikCarey #PoliceShooting #GetConnected #StayConnected

#MalikCarey - ...I Can't Say #FuckThePolice On This One... #indefensible; He #Panicked. He Didn't Choose #Wisely. He Chose #Dead, Over #Prison Time. #staywoke👀 #wakeup #blm #wtf #unbelievable

I used to try to keep track of all of the police shootings, but it got overwhelming mentally. #jordanedwards #malikcarey #blacklivesmatter

Drastic representation of the men in my country each time we are oppressed or each time we are silenced by fear from the powers that be; continuously murdering children of christ and the chosen Israelites who have created reform, and platforms worldwide to break the chain the matrix has over our collective mindsets... #Jordanedwards
#malikcarey

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