SF Shooter Barry White Gang Stalked After Suing Antioch Police?
Another day, another mass shooting. This time it took almost 2 days for police to release the name of the arrested suspect of the SF Jewelry Mart shooting who killed two and hospitalized another. They did say robbery was not the motive.
The suspect arrested in the incident is Barry B. White, Jr. White had previously sued the Antioch Police Chief and a half dozen Antioch police officers for civil rights violations. This civil suit involved a violent altercation in which, according to Mr. White's civil lawyer, resulted in him being shot by police from behind and with his "hands in the air":
This is not a coincidence. The police worked with snitch/ neighborhood watch types known as "gang stalking groups" to harass the shooter day and night until he had a breakdown and went postal. This is a story literally exploding across the country.
Additionally, Antioch police were sued in a federal class action suit for discrimination in housing benefits under Section 8, targeting mainly blacks:
How long is this deadly farce going to be the subject of a media blackout and overall cover-up?
The Dialy Kos took an excerpt from this story out of proper context. I understand that author's indignation for the murders, but I ask her to PLEASE look at the cold, hard facts about COMMUNITY MOBBING A.K.A. GANG STALKING and its causal nexus to violence in this country (the link to the Daily Kos article is followed by two links to the academic studies linking community mobbing to mass shootings):
ISOLATED INCIDENT OF POLICE RETALIATION IN NORTHERN CA?
FAR FROM IT!:
The city manager of Stockton, Bob Deis, decided not to give raises to police shortly before that city went into the largest bankruptcy of any city in U.S. history. As a result, the police bought a house next to him and harassed him and his family for months. The city manager, Bob Deis, compared the harassment to organized crime, which he had worked to fight against in his previous government employment. He literally stated to a local news station that he felt like he was living in "Al Capone's Chicago". Stockton, California is 36 miles from Antioch, California: