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FBI: Black Prison Gang Targets White Cops and Correction Guards

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The Black Guerrilla Family, which is affiliated to the Black Panthers has declared “Black August”, a plan to target white policemen and women and white correction guards for beat downs and killings, according to the FBI.  A national alert has been sent out all over the country. The warning was issued on August 5th and was distributed by the  FBI’s National Gang intelligence Center.

Two days after the warning was sent out, a corrections guard at Riker’s Island in New York, was beaten and slashed by an inmate, who went on to attack another guard.  Prison authorities claim that the attacks had nothing to do with “Black August” but we continually see liberals defending blacks and illegals when they commit crimes and I just don’t take these statements at face value anymore.  Even though they deny this attack was part and parcel to “Black August”, the Department of Corrections (DOC) has issued a warning.

“Commanding officers are instructing all staff to be cognizant of their surroundings and extremely vigilant at all times.  As always we are regularly assessing threats and taking appropriate security measures.”

From The New York Post:

The FBI memo warns that members of the gang discussed ambushing officers who were parked in alleys or on side streets.

A prison gang known as the Black Guerrilla Family, a group tied to the Black Panthers, began Black August in the California penal system in the 1970s to honor fallen members, particularly Black Panther George Jackson, who was shot to death by prison guards at San Quentin when he tried to escape in 1971.

The gang, which still has members across the country, has called on inmates to kill correction officers and members of the Aryan Brotherhood.

The safety alert, citing an inmate source, “claims the BGF has a 2-for-1 kill policy. That the BGF is “going to kill correctional officers and Aryan Brotherhood gang members to send a firm message. And the attacks will occur across the country, not just in California.”

No matter how many cops or correction officers are attacked or killed, they will not be labeled hate crimes.

 

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