Thursday, March 26, 2009

...and now, Morons for Lovelle

There was a rally in Oakland on Wednesday to honor Lovelle Mixon, the cop-killer rapist who killed 4 innocent people last week and is suspected of raping a slew of young girls in Oakland. But hey, he couldn't find a job, right? He's just a victim of circumstances, right?

Indybay obviously covered the event.





Idiots. If these protesters had half a brain to use, they would see with clarity that Lovelle was the individual oppressing his community. It is folks like him that keep working folks trying to raise their families and live their lives cowering in their homes. There is nothing about this man’s life that should be celebrated or honored; he has made life hell for the people that live around him, and to see these “revolutionaries” misrepresent the life this man lived is a disgrace.

4 comments:

jams o donnell said...

I don't think I would care to protest in his name

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Yeah, well, he wasn't able to find a job. You know how this makes you angry about policemen...

TNC said...

Yeah, it was predictable that some idiot would post something about that event on Indybay. What surprised me was this event made it on there:

http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2009/03/25/18581997.php

"A vigil organized by Oakland City Councilmember Desley Brooks (District 6) was held at the intersection of 74th Avenue and MacArthur for the four Oakland Police Department officers killed on Saturday, March 21st, in two separate incidents in the vicinity. Jayson Landeza, OPD Chaplain, MCd the event and speaks first on the audio here. Youth Uprising read a poem. Several other clergy spoke, and the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir sang a few songs. The new Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan spoke. Oakland Mayor Ron Dellums also spoke, about 38 minutes into the audio here -- he mentioned that President Obama had called him and was in the process of calling the family members of the Oakland police officers. Jane Brunner, President of the Oakland City Council spoke. A few protesters were vocal throughout toward the back of the crowd, and can be heard here starting about 20 minutes into the audio. California Attorney General Jerry Brown and Lt. Governor John Garamendi were present. Oakland police, San Leandro police, Contra Costa deputies, and the Oakland Fire Department and Animal Control personnel were present. Candles were lit by many of the one thousand or so in attendance. Six white doves were released, one for each of the officers, one for this East Oakland neighborhood, and one for all of Oakland."

Anonymous said...

Uhurua House is the one who organized the Lovelle Mixon Memorial celebration on Wednesday. Let everyone know to boycott their store on Grand Avenue in Oakland.