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A Wilmington, North Carolina district attorney said he would not be filing criminal charges against three White police officers who threatened to kill black people.
District Attorney Ben David said in a statement Thursday that his office reviewed cases involving officer Michael Kevin Piner, James Brian Gilmore, and Jessie E. Moore II after a video recording captured one of them saying a civil war was necessary to wipe Black people off the map and that he was ready.
The cases that were reviewed and are currently being revied will be dismissed if racial bias exists.
On Wednesday, the three officers were terminated and the case was turned over to the officer of Ben David, New Hanover County District Attorney.
Investigators say Piner was recorded telling Moore that he feels a civil war is coming and that he is ready. Piner said he was going to buy a new assault rifle, and soon “we are just going to go out and start slaughtering them niggers.” “I can’t wait. God, I can’t wait.”
Piner then told Moore that he felt a civil war was needed to “wipe them off the fucking map. That’ll put them back about four or five generations.”
Behavior such as that exhibited by these former officers has no place in the courthouse or in the community, David said in a statement. My office has no tolerance for racially offensive language and stands by the Chief’s position to eliminate it from his agency as well.’
It looks like Ben David stood in solidarity with the officers because clearly officer Piner threatened to due mass violence, but yet Ben David found no threat, according to sources.
Hmm. if Black people start coming up dead in Wilmington, North Carolina, blame it on crooked Ben David because he should have made an example out of those pieces of shits.
I hope the people of Wilmington will take the streets of and shut the city down and let Ben David know, that if he continues this behavior, it will be like this for a very long time. Oh, and another thing, I hope the people send an eviction letter to Ben David at the next election.