Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Dorchester Shootout All an Act?

Given the staged and scripted hoaxes and false flags we have been seeing as scores of shootings seem to be popping up all across the country this summer, who knows anymore? 

That's the problem with the propaganda pre$$ these days. They have lost all credibility and are not to be be trusted.

"2 arrested, including actor, after shootout with police" by Evan Allen Globe Staff  July 15, 2015

It was a strange and treacherous night for a street cop in Boston, and not just because officers found themselves ducking for cover in a barrage of bullets on a residential Dorchester street.

When it was all over, police had arrested a man who was once in the spotlight as Young Simba in the Broadway production of “The Lion King,” and who more recently appeared in “High School Musical 3” and the 2012 Denzel Washington film “Flight.”

Wednesday afternoon, authorities were still trying to figure out why 21-year-old actor Justin Martin and a 17-year-old they have not named were allegedly out shooting guns in the middle of Bowdoin Avenue in Dorchester. When nearby gang unit officers ran toward the reports, the young men scattered. Martin allegedly aimed his gun at officers as he fled; the 17-year-old is believed to have fired his.

“I think it talks to the dangers of our job. None of the calls we go to are routine,” said Police Commissioner William Evans. “I think we’re very fortunate on two counts: None of our officers were hurt, and none of these young kids were hurt.”

If nothing else, it gets the focus off police brutality and reinforces the narrative of heroes at home under fire.


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"On Wednesday night, two young men waited with guns drawn for Dos Santos to come riding his bicycle down Fuller Street in Dorchester, according to an official briefed on the investigation. When the teenager pedaled past, they opened fire, killing him. “This was an ambush,” said the law enforcement official."

They say “if that’s not a call to arms, I don’t know what is.”

Gun control! 

Teen shot and killed on Dorchester street was making gains in school

"Beyond relief that the arrests were made safely, much of the focus Saturday was on the strength of the mothers.... Turned in by their mothers, two teens arrested in slaying."

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Teen slain in Dorchester is mourned at wake
New officers take to the streets in era of unrest
Slain Dorchester teen is mourned with song and tears
Dorchester march offers hope for healing

Even if it all happened just the way the paper says, the event is obviously being coopted to advance an agenda.

"Police are investigating a report of an attempted abduction of a 9-year-old girl in Dorchester Thursday. Officers received a report that a man tried to kidnap the girl at about 7:45 a.m. on Mt[ Vernon St., said Officer Rachel McGuire, a Boston police spokeswoman. The suspect fled in a red minivan. “The girl is now safe and sound,” McGuire said. The girl told police she saw a young boy inside the minivan. She described the suspect as a tall, thin black man wearing all black clothes, McGuire said. The girl also said he had long braids and a tattoo on his hand."

Also see:

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Friends gather, united in grief over death of Mansfield boy
Red-balloon memorial planned to honor Mansfield teen who died in bike accident
Woman dangling from Mansfield bridge rescued
Boy, 8, dies after being hit by vehicle
8-month-old child dies in car crash

Not even the police could save them.

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