I just posted my thoughts, and emailed some leading news sites around the globe, about a news item which seems to have grown in the USA, about a New Mexico police shooting of a Homeless Man.
[I 1st saw the info on it here on 12160, but hit the video link only yesterday after seeing a news item elsewhere about Albuquerque Locals' PROTESTS.]
Protests have occurred in Albuquerque over this event, but mainly because the local police department seems to be killing more than can be justified in Albuquerque, NM, USA.
Here's the link to my blog, if you're bothered?
As I suggest in my blog, it does seem appropriate, if the media I send this email to, is/are at all concerned both about such shootings, about the "innocence" of the "murdered" victim, and, most importantly, about the "culture of murder" within western police forces, that a Journo should follow up on the person killed, and make known his story.
Was he a criminal, in a horribly criminal culture/society/nation?
Or, perhaps, was he a person who would not abide the depth of corruption the mainstream society? And, as expected, aside from being economically marginalized, hence homeless, was he living Honorably, by living outside of the "housed" society?
Whatever, I, being myself Homeless for some 19 years now, in Australia, would like to push for this shot Man's Name to be made known and to be remembered, and his plight made an issue, for everyone to think AND act on.
Yours for Justice
[For what it's worth]
Brayakooloong Gunai Indigenous Outlaw