Why NY,Minneapolis Minnesota False Flag Islamic Terrorism'?Israel Zionists Control Police.
Even pro Israel propaganda can't deny we are being murdered in America by Israeli trained thugs.
Anti-Israel activists exploit U.S. racial tensions and Black LIves Matter movement.
At group calling itself Atlanta is Ready (#ATLisREADY), aligned with the Black Lives Matter movement, recently issued a set of demands to the Mayor of Atlanta, including:
We demand a termination to APD’s involvement in the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange (GILEE) program, that trains our officers in Apartheid Israel
The Mayor rejected the demand, finding that counter-terrorism training benefits the Atlanta Police Department’s ability to protect Americans:
You could chalk this incident up to just some isolated ploy by local activists, but that would be a mistake.
Rather, there has been a multi-year effort by left-wing and Islamist anti-Israel, anti-Zionist, and openly anti-Semitic activists to hijack racial tensions in the United States and redirect that anger towards Israel.
That effort has been on overdrive since the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson and is accomplished through a combination of false and misleading statements regarding the militarization of domestic U.S. police departments and U.S. police training in Israel...................
https://www.revealnews.org/.../us-police-get-antiterror-training-in-israel-on-privately-...Sep 16, 2014 - The clouds of tear gas, flurries of projectiles and images of police officers outfitted in military-grade hardware in Ferguson, Missouri, have ...
legalinsurrection.com/.../exposed-years-long-effort-to-blame-israel-for-u-s-police-sho...Jul 18, 2016 - Exposed: Years-long effort to blame Israel for U.S. police shootings of ... bypolice in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Minneapolis, Minnesota ...
https://electronicintifada.net/.../minneapolis-drops-case-against-lawyer-who-filmed-isr...Apr 11, 2016 - The case against Jordan Kushner, a lawyer who filmed police ... of Minnesotaduring a protest against visiting lecturer Moshe Halbertal, a law ...
www.startribune.com/ex-police-chief-dolan-joins...law-enforcement.../222763981/Sep 6, 2013 - Former Minneapolis Police Chief Tim Dolan and his contingent didn't notice the ... After the first meeting along the Dead Sea in Jordan, Israeli Police Commissioner ....Minnesota seniors named National Merit Semifinalists.
www.mintpressnews.com/trained-to-kill-the-policing-tactics-the...to.../191639/Jun 2, 2014 - MINNEAPOLIS — On May 28, 126 police officers in Seattle filed a lawsuit in .... In Minnesota, where Jack attended the training seminars, the classes were not .... The IsraeliIDF and police can use deadly force (extrajudicial ...
www.vosizneias.com/.../minneapolis-mn-prominent-iranian-jewish-businessman-kille...Sep 28, 2012 - Minneapolis, MN - The founder of a sign-making business was among four ... Apolice summary of the shooting issued early Friday described a ...
www.bollyn.com/Sep 7, 2016 - The “War on Terror” is an Israeli/Zionist fraud that was foisted on the American ..... In my case, the ADL influenced the police, the prosecution, the clerk, and the judge. ...... Steve Jones” is written by Donald Jay Fox of Bloomington, Minnesota. ... (a division of RBC Capital Markets) in downtown Minneapolis.
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Minneapolis drops case against lawyer who filmed Israel protest
The case against Jordan Kushner, a lawyer who filmed police arresting Palestine solidarity activists at the University of Minneapolis, has been dropped.
The city attorney’s office in Minneapolis dismissed the case on Friday citing “prosecutorial discretion.”
On 3 November 2015, Kushner was arrested at the University of Minnesota during a protest against visiting lecturer Moshe Halbertal, a law professor who helped draft the Israeli army’s “ethics code.” Two protesters were also arrested.
Though Kushner, a civil rights specialist, did not participate in the protest, he began filming the police once they started making arrests. The city had accused Kushner of disorderly conduct, trespassing and obstruction of the legal process.
Kushner told The Electronic Intifada that he would have preferred the prosecution to give another reason for dismissing its case against him, such as acknowledging his innocence.
“It makes me all the more conscious of the many people who have to face false and unjust criminal charges without all the weapons that I had,” he said.
City Attorney Susan Segal told local newspaper the Star Tribune that the misdemeanor charges were dropped to “allow my office to focus on higher priority matters.”
She claimed that “the evidence supports the charges brought by the University of Minnesota police,” adding “there has been no change in our opinion of the facts.”
Kushner said that Segal was “dishonest.” In his view, the case was dismissed “because it was clear that the allegations in the police reports were false,” he said.
Until the dismissal, the city attorney’s office had pursued its misdemeanor case against Kushner with unusual zeal, adding a second prosecutor to the case and conducting interviews more than a month after the incident.
As reported by The Electronic Intifada in February, the Israeli-government funded groupStandWithUs had contacted Sarah Becker, the city prosecutor, urging her office to ensure that “the individuals responsible for the illegal disruptions are prosecuted to the full extent of the law.”
While the two protesters quickly reached settlements with the city, Kushner had refused to acknowledge any wrongdoing for filming the police.
This video, not filmed by Kushner, shows some of the protest.
At the end of March, prosecutors filed a motion for a gag order to prohibit attorneys from talking to the media during his trial.
The motion was was scheduled to be heard in a district court next month. An earlier request for a gag order had been turned down.
When the prosecutors filed for a gag order, Kushner told the Star Tribune, “They don’t want exposure of this unjust and politically motivated prosecution.”