Juvenile Arrested for Rapping NWA Song in Public

Two Chicago police officers arrested a juvenile for rapping an NWA song while riding his bike down the street. Although it is unclear what song the victim of this kidnapping was singing, it is probably safe to assume it was “Fuck the Police“. With the premier of the movie so close it only makes sense that their music in on everyone’s mind.

At least two people were filming the incident, one of them was definitely not afraid to use his own voice to express his feelings about the stop. The video runs out with the interaction still happening, but if what the witness says is true, there’s no doubt that these cops violated this kid’s First Amendment right to free speech.

The police declined to comment about the reason for the arrest as the cop blockers weren’t family members or the legal guardian. The officer, who spends most of his time making comments defending the stop,  eventually shows his inner pig and begins to make wild assumptions about the individuals employment.

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The error made by the cop is that any job that isn’t sustained through revenue stolen from the very people they claim to protect, or that doesn’t require you to initiate violence against peaceful individuals, is a better job than being a cop. That’s true regardless of how much you get paid.

Even though cops claim to hold themselves to a higher standard of professionalism, its becoming very apparent that simple gestures, and certain combinations of words are more effective at penetrating their body armor than any physical projectile. Causing them to lose their “Law enforcement bearing”, and  retaliate in a manner similar to a member of a gang, who is incapable of letting someone “diss’ his “set”.

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Brian Sumner

is an Activist, Journalist and Photographer from the Fresno area who has taken a special interest in the "Police State". He facilitates a watchdog group called the Fresno Liberty Movement, advocates filming the police and alternatives to state controlled protection services. He also served in the U.S Army from Oct. 08' thru Mar. 12' with a tour in Iraq in 2010. Most recently he participated in the CopBlock Network's #MACtour Check out more of my writing at: The Fresno People's Media & BrianDavidSumner.com Follow me on Social media: Facebook YouTube