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DashOneBravo

(2,679 posts)
Fri Sep 9, 2022, 11:23 AM Sep 2022

More warnings from Memphis PD


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One of videos is posted below that tweet. He’s saying, “White folks fixin’ to not like black people,” the man says in the posting. “They’re fixin’ to be marching by the riverside, ‘White Lives Matter,’ he adds. “He already shot an old white man. I’m fixin’ to shoot a white old lady.”

If you have family there, I give a heads up. Not to cancel anything but just pay attention to what’s going on .
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More warnings from Memphis PD (Original Post) DashOneBravo Sep 2022 OP
Yeah, shooting somebody's Grandmother will help. Turbineguy Sep 2022 #1
Wouldn't that be considered DashOneBravo Sep 2022 #3
Disgusting. I don't remember Memphis being such a danger jimfields33 Sep 2022 #2
Memphis is still a good place kristndem Sep 2022 #4

DashOneBravo

(2,679 posts)
3. Wouldn't that be considered
Fri Sep 9, 2022, 11:43 AM
Sep 2022

A domestic terror threat?

It’s not very different from a jihadi posting a video before an attack .

jimfields33

(17,202 posts)
2. Disgusting. I don't remember Memphis being such a danger
Fri Sep 9, 2022, 11:40 AM
Sep 2022

It has been 20 years but still. It’s a place you don’t want to be that’s for sure. Random killings all week.

kristndem

(410 posts)
4. Memphis is still a good place
Fri Sep 9, 2022, 01:28 PM
Sep 2022

We are grieving now, and we have many problems but still there is a lot to love about this very big small town. We gathered together this morning ( a lovely mosaic of races, socioeconomic class and color) to honor Liza, and for healing in our beloved city. It was beautiful and moving, and truly representative of this town's spirit.
There were candlelight vigils all over town last night for the victims of the rampage across out city. There is definitely more that brings us together than pulls us apart.

I recently moved back from Portland OR, and heard many of the same things said about that city by folks who didn't live there. I am tired and weary of the turmoil this country is feeling now. I am grieving.

This article sums it up quite well.

https://www.wonkette.com/-2658164593?xrs=RebelMouse_fb&ts=1662674497&fbclid=IwAR2d_kAUapjSoO0450_dYncsKixXHaoCvA1_-lY0dWVWCtoUVR7ylPAKmrs

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