Friday, August 10, 2018

Did Chicago Police Bait These Citizens Into Stealing Nike Sneakers?!?!

When they ask you why arrest and crime is so highly in black communities. Remind them they do set ups and baits in white communities. They don’t try and criminalize the people in white communities. --------------------------------------------------@realnegus_wakenup3 ・・・ August 2, 2018 The Chicago Police parked a truck filled with boxes of Nike Shoes in front of kids in a predominantly Black Community, opened it and when they hop in, the Police jump out on them and arrest them (The same way they give us unequal opportunities, put guns & and drugs in our communities but lock us up for it)...thoughts? "Dirty Muthafuckaz"! --------------------------------------------------#therealremyredd #Blackmedia #BotherVex #blackinamerica #BlackLivesMatter #blackhistoryiseveryday #BlackHistory #blackhistorymonth #StephCurry #Lebron #Nas #Beyonce #beyoncé #KimKardashian #cardib #nickiminaj #justiceforchikeshaclemons #MarkeisMcGlockton #JusticeForMarkeisMcGlockton #JusticeForDesmond #NFL #justiceforjunior #JusticeforAntwonRose #getthestrap #inmyfeelingschalleng #ThisisAmerical
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Chicago law enforcement has been accused of parking a "bait truck" loaded with Nike sneakers in underprivileged neighborhoods and arresting residents who attempted to enter the vehicle. Although details are muddy, videos shared on social media show residents facing off with police over the incident. According to reports, police were nearby lying in wait to arrest those who tried to steal the shoes. One caption claims the the truck was left near a local basketball court, with several commenters pointing out the obvious racial element of leaving the shoes as bait in predominantly black neighborhoods. The practice of police using bait vehicles is reportedly common in several high-crime areas throughout the country and is often used to target car thieves.