Support the Rapada Family in their fight for justice against Police Brutality. The Rapadas were brutalized by police in San Bruno on July 4th, 2011. 4 family members were severely beaten by police. Support the family and communities of color against police gangsterism.
(Editor's note: The graphic photo showing the aftermath of the violence perpetrated on the Rapada family is courtesy SFCHRP.COM. Although the pictures show the scars and bruises of the beating the Rapada's received on new years 2011, the photos were taken after the family had received medical attention. Their appearance prior to the photos were even more graphic)
Time and time again- A pig shoots a member of our community, vigils, rallies, demo's , protests even riots happen and at the end of the day not a damn thing has changed.
We are hoping to bring radical/militant people & groups of color together to meet, discuss & plan what a proper response to the seemingly endless attacks & murders of our community members should be.
Possible topics of discussion:
Vigil/protest/march/FTP all in one. We all going to meet at 55nd St. and Church Ave. Bring friends, share with your networks and bring noise makers. We need to demand for justice by any mean necessary. The killing has to stop. Enough is Enough!
A lot of people are confused when it comes to important facts about the murder of Mario Romero by officers of the Vallejo Police Department. Those who are unfamiliar with proper protocol and are comfortable with hearing the stories of people being shot and killed by police for allegedly possessing a firearm.
It is important to understand that in the case of Mario Romero he did not have a gun before one was planted on him by a corporal with the Vallejo Police department after he was murdered.
Apparently the State is not happy with the fact that Chairman Fred Hampton of the P.O.C.C. and B.P.P.C is building bridges and doing work in Oakland with like-minded community organizations dedicated to improving life conditions for oppressed, repressed and terrorized citizens in the city of Oakland and beyond.