Unarmed White Teen Shot Dead by Cops – But No One Cares?

Steve Goode
White Genocide Project
August 7, 2015

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19 year-old Zachary Hammond was on a date with his girlfriend in South Carolina when he was shot dead by a police officer.

He was stopped for having 10 grams of marijuana, but was mysteriously shot in the back twice at point blank range by the arresting officer.

The police had two reports of this shooting; the first report, which was publicly released, never mentioned that Hammond was shot to death or that there was any shooting at all. The second report, which does detail the shooting, was never made publicly available.

The Washington Post said that “Hammond’s death has prompted numerous questions, few answers — and almost no national outrage.

Eric Bland, an attorney representing Hammond’s family said that this shooting is being hushed up because the victim is White.

It’s sad, but I think the reason is, unfortunately, the media and our government officials have treated the death of an unarmed white teenager differently than they would have if this were a death of an unarmed black teen,” Bland told the Washington Post. “The hypocrisy that has been shown toward this is really disconcerting.

The issue should never be what is the color of  the victim. The issue should be: Why was an unarmed teen gunned down in a situation where deadly force was not even justified?

All people need to be outraged by this. All people need to be asking the hard questions.

Only 25% of the victims of police shootings have been Black, but of the past few years, the media has completely ignored shootings of White people, to voice an anti-White narrative which casts White people as the ultimate evil.

We are living under an anti-White system where White people’s lives don’t matter as much as other people’s lives.

Anti-Whites have put this system in place by screaming words at people who disagree with them, and this has allowed them to proceed with a program of White genocide, where White neighborhoods are targeted and chased down for “diversity”.

3 comments

  1. bullshit. we dont need laws. we need people that are willing to defend themselves, who have every means of doing so at their disposal.

  2. …they do in Oklahoma. In fact, they have been known to “plant” drugs on people…

  3. I have no problem with honest cops who do their jobs in a professional manner. I support honest police who do not “lord themselves” above the citizens, as some rogue cops do…
    It must be noted that today’s police training utilizes Israeli tactics, fostering an “us vs. them” attitude, which is dangerous for us white civilians as well.
    Let’s examine the reasons why it is so difficult to prosecute thug cops:
    Most prosecutors are former police officers or have extensive dealings with police departments and have ongoing relationships with police departments in their respective jurisdictions. They are friendly with the judges in their jurisdictions, as well. This, along with “absolute immunity” makes it easy for them to “cover up” police abuses and behavior. Prosecutors cannot be sued for malfeasance…it takes a judge (who prosecutors are friendly with) to bring charges on a rogue prosecutor (which almost never happens).
    In addition, prosecutors guide the actions of grand juries. Prosecutors are not required to introduce any evidence to grand juries, (can and do) easily “whitewash” the actions of rogue cops. On the other hand, prosecutors can (and often do) go after honest citizens who seek justice outside official channels…prosecutors have ultimate power and are not afraid to use it…their immunity sees to that.
    Another aspect to a grand jury’s inability to prosecute bad cops is the fear of retribution…cops drive around all day, have nothing but time, have access to various databases, and can easily get the names and addresses of grand jurors…this, in itself can be a powerful deterrent against grand jurors who “want to do the right thing” and prosecute bad cops. There are many cases of cops parking in front of grand jurors’ residences, following them around, and threaten to issue citations to them, in order to “convince” them to “make the right decision”…the “thin blue line” at its worst…
    The whole system has to change.
    Eliminate absolute and qualified immunity for all public officials, not just police and firefighters. The fear of personal lawsuits would be a powerful deterrent against abuses of the public. Require all public officials to purchase a “bond”, at their own expense, as a condition of employment–no bond–no job.
    Abolish all public employee unions. Quite often, police unions are successful in keeping rogue cops on the job…
    Any funds disbursed to civilians as a result of official misconduct must be taken from the police pension funds–NOT from the taxpayers.
    Require bodycams to be used at all times. Shutting off a bodycam while on duty should be grounds for immediate and permanent dismissal. It is noted that bodycams have exonerated police officers against false claims by citizens in many cases. The surveillance works both ways.
    Grand juries must be superior to the prosecutor; ALL evidence must be presented to grand jurors. Failure to do so must be considered a felony and subject prosecutors to prosecution themselves.
    No police agency can be allowed to investigate itself. Internal affairs departments must be restricted to minor in-house investigations of behavior between cops. All investigations must be handled by outside agencies, preferably at the state level.
    Civilian police review boards must be free of police influence. Members of civilian review boards must have NO ties to police departments. Relatives of police would be prohibited from serving…Recently, the “supreme court” threw police another “bone”. The court ruled that police are not responsible for their actions if they are “ignorant of the law”…now, let’s get this straight–honest citizens cannot use “ignorance of the law” as an excuse, but cops can??
    That being said, honest cops have nothing to fear from white civilians…as long as they realize that “we are on the same side” and “want to go home” also…

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