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WI Protesters Attack Black Cop and his Girlfriend After Swarming His Home (Watch)



Joseph Mensah

Wauwatosa police officer Joseph Mensah

*A large group of protesters in Wisconsin bum rushed the private home of Wauwatosa police officer Joseph Mensah on Saturday, Aug. 8, vandalized his home and injured him and his girlfriend in the process.

Wauwatosa police said that between 50 and 60 protesters physically assaulted and shot at Mensah at around 8 p.m. Saturday evening at his home near 100th and Vienna. When Mensah attempted to speak with the group, he was physically assaulted. When Mensah ran back into his home, armed protesters approached the rear door and a single shotgun round was discharged by a member of the group into Mensah’s back door. Multiple agencies helped Wauwatosa police disburse the crowd.

Protesters were angry because Mensah had killed three people in the line of duty in a span of five years. The Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office had already ruled two of Mensah’s deadly shootings, including that of Jay Anderson Jr. in 2016, as self defense. The third, the deadly shooting of Alvin Cole at Mayfair Mall earlier this year, is still under review.

Mensah posted about the encounter with protesters on Facebook saying, they “tried to kill me.” He said he and his girlfriend, a Milwaukee police officer, were assaulted, punched and shot at multiple times with a shotgun round nearly missing him.

“The irony in all of this is that they chanted Black Lives Matter the entire time, but had zero regard for any of the black children that live there or me, a black man,” Mensah wrote.

Watch a news report about the encounter below:

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  1. Linda Jackson

    August 12, 2020 at 11:20 am

    I wish he had shot each an every one of them.

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NIGERIA – Police Brutality at 60



NIGERIA today by DON Marvel1

NIGERIA today by DON Marvel

*Hard to believe that this month that Nigeria marks 60 years of her independence is when demonstrators against police brutality were killed in Lagos after security forces opened fire with live rounds of ammunition.

About twelve were killed and many more injured.

Nigeria’s cartoonist Don Marvel’s red bloodied cartoon saddens the reality of the current situation.

The current government of President Muhammadu Buhari has lost control. Nigeria will survive its present turmoil but the gaping wound will take long to heal – Cartoon by DON Marvel

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TAYO Fatunla - EURWEB OUR ROOTS contributor - ECBACC Pioneer Lifetime Achievement Award receipient 2018a

TAYO Fatunla

TAYO Fatunla is an award-winning Nigerian Comic Artist, Editorial Cartoonist, Writer and Illustrator. He is one of the participants of the CARTAN Virtual cartoon exhibition marking 60 years of Nigeria. He is a graduate of the prestigious Kubert School, in New Jersey, US. and recipient of the 2018 ECBACC Pioneer Lifetime Achievement Award for his illustrated OUR ROOTS creation and series – Famous people in Black History – He participated in the UNESCO’s Cartooning In Africa forum held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and the Cartooning Global Forum in Paris, France and took part in the Afropolitan Comics virtual comics exhibition arranged by the French Institute in South Africa coinciding with its annual National Arts Festival – / [email protected]

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Attorney Ben Crump Issues Statement About Police Violence Against Protestors in Lagos Nigeria



Nigeria anti-police protests

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — Nationally renowned civil rights and personal injury attorney Ben Crump released the following statement in response to Nigerian security forces opening fire on peaceful protestors last night in Lagos, Nigeria:

“It is unacceptable for a government to brutalize and murder its own people. We are calling for transparency and accountability from the Lagos government on the cruel and unnecessary violence used against these peaceful protestors.

“The ability for citizens to demonstrate safely when they see injustice within their government should be a sacred right across the globe. When our brothers and sisters abroad cannot speak out without fearing for their lives, it is clear we are dealing with an international human rights violation that demands we raise our voices.”

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Benjamin Crump

Benjamin Crump


Through his work, nationally renowned civil rights and personal injury attorney Ben Crump has spearheaded a legal movement to better protect the rights of marginalized citizens. He has led landscape-changing civil rights cases and represented clients in a wide range of areas including civil rights, personal injury, labor and employment, class actions, and more. Ben Crump Law is dedicated to holding the powerful accountable. For more information, visit



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Miami Cop Goes Viral for Wearing Pro-Trump Mask at Voting Site



Officer Daniel Ubeda - twitter
Officer Daniel Ubeda - twitter

Officer Daniel Ubeda

*A uniformed Miami police officer who went viral for wearing a “Trump 2020” face mask at a polling site on Tuesday will be disciplined. 

Miami police chief Jorge Colina hasn’t decided how to punish Officer Daniel Ubeda, the Miami Herald reports. Twitter users are accusing of Ubeda of voter intimidation over the now-viral image posted online.

In the photo, Ubeda is seen wearing the pro-Trump mask that says “No more bullsh*t.” He was allegedly in line to vote at the time.

“The city of Miami and the Miami Police Department do not support or endorse any candidate,” said Miami Mayor Francis Súarez in a press conference on Tuesday, noting that Ubeda’s “actions have violated departmental policy and he will be disciplined.”

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“A police officer is supposed to be impartial,” Suárez added. “Irrespective of who the person was, whatever sign it would have been, it would’ve been problematic.”

The person who snapped the photo was Steve Simeonidis, chairman of the Miami-Dade Democratic Party.

“He may have been going to vote. But he was in full uniform with the mask and a gun. That’s voter intimidation,” Simeonidis said, adding that Ubeda “laughed it off’ when asked about his Trump mask. 

Deputy Police Chief Ron Papier claims Ubeda will face “appropriate disciplinary action.”

“Obviously this is a clear violation of our department policy regarding campaigning while on duty,” Papier said. “Additionally, the mask has offensive language, which is also a violation of department policy.”

In a statement on Twitter, the department wrote, “We are aware of the photograph being circulated of a Miami Police officer wearing a political mask in uniform. This behavior is unacceptable, a violation of departmental policy, and is being addressed immediately.”

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