February 2, 2016 marks 4 years sense the murder of Ramarley Graham. Join Ramarley Graham father, friends and community in front of the 47 precinct for a vigil/rally/protest/march. We are not going to let the 47 precinct forget that they are also responsible for the murder of Ramarley Graham.
On February 2, 2012 police officer Richard Haste followed 18-year-old Ramarley Graham to his home, broke down his door and murder him in the bathroom while his grandmother and 6-year-old brother watched.
On June 12,2012 police officer Richard Haste was indicted on two coundts of manslaughter, but on May 15, 2012 Supreme Court Justice Steven L. Barrett dismissed the charges saying the ADA on the case-Nancy Borko- had made a mistake when instructing the jurors. On August 7, 2013 a second grand jury failed to re-indict Richard Haste. On September 17, 2014 Constance Malcolm and Frank Graham parents of Ramarley Graham met with U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara who promised to look into the murder of Ramarley Graham. Now 2016 the family Ramarley Graham continues to wait for justice.
4111 Laconia Ave.,
Bronx, NY, 10466-4901
September 7, 2015 will mark 3 years since NYPD officer Ramysh Bangali of the PSA7 Precinct murdered Reynaldo Cuevas. Join family, friends, and the community for #PeoplesMonday in honor of our fallen brother, #ReynaldoCuevas.
September 7, 2012 at 2:00 am, the grocery store where Reynaldo and his uncle worked was robbed by three masked and armed men. Reynaldo and his uncle were held hostage, but were able to escape when police pulled up outside. Reynaldo’s uncle ran outside. Reynaldo followed. In the confusion, Reynaldo tripped and collided with officer Bengali. Officer Bengali fired one shot, hitting Reynaldo in the torso, killing him. After Reynaldo was shot, his body was dragged 25 feet and he was left to bleed out for approximately 20 minutes.
Injustice to one, is injustice to all! We will not be silenced anymore. Join us and together we will shut it down for #ReynaldoCuevas.
1299 Franklin Ave
Bronx, New York
September 7, 2015 will make 3 year sense officer Ramysh Bangali from PSA7 precinct murder Reynaldo Cuevas. Join family, friends and the community for a vigil/rally/Protest
March for our Fallen Angels by the hands of the NYPD.
September 7, 2012 at 2:00 am, a Bodega (Grocery Store) was being robbed by three mask armed man. Two of the workers of the Bodega got an opportunity to escape the armed robbers, the first man ran out saying he was not the robbers and then the second young man runs out of the store believing that he was running into the hands of safety, but instead he gets murder by police officer Ramysh Bangali from the PSA7 precinct who fail to follow protocol and disregarded hostage procedures. The young man Bangali murder was 20 yrs. old Reynaldo Cuevas. After shooting him, his body is drag for about 25 feet and left there bleeding out for 20 minutes.
The police do not protect the interest of the people. It is left to the communities to organize and unify so that we could protect ourselves from the violence being implemented by the militarize police department. It is sad when families are afraid when their children’s leave their homes that they might not make it back, not because of the violence in our communities, but because the ones that supposed to serve and protect us are the ones murdering us. It is sad that when they kill our children’s unjustly we are forced to beg for justice, and for many families justice is never handed down. These families has to live their lives confuse and without answers. We need to stand with all the families that has been victimize by the brutal tactic of the NYPD. Injustice for one, is injustice for all! Silence is consent! We will not be silenced anymore. Join us and together we could shut shit down for Reynaldo Cuevas.
Juanita Young, Nicholas Heyward Sr. and other families that has been victimize by police terror are calling all supporters to join them in a vigil, protest and march to commemorate the one year anniversary of the Murder of Mike Brown.
Police continues with impunity to assault and murder innocent people of color. We need to keep the “Black Live Matter” struggle alive. We must continue to create a voice that is loud, precise and could not be ignored. The City Council and De Blasio made it clear that they don’t have the best interest of the people in mind. De Blasio and the City Council has decided to add 1,300 more cops to a force that is and continues to terrorize community of color. Enough is Enough! De Blasio and The City Council has send us a message, now we need to send them a message!
We need to keep the momentum going. Police brutality has reached a tipping point and we must not back down until we have concrete evidence that justice for Mike Brown and all unjust murders by police all around the world is served.
On August 9, 2014, an 18-year-old named Michael Brown was murder in Ferguson, Missouri, by police officer Darren Wilson. Mike Brown’s death set off a national debate about the use of force in policing and the way some communities — particularly low-income black communities — are frequently the targets of violent, race-based treatment under the guise of law enforcement. Now, a year later, nothing has changed?
A grand jury failed to indict Police Officer Darren Wilson. Numerous reports surface that the prosecuting attorney, Bob McCulloch, manipulated evidence and allowed witnesses who where “obviously lying.” Attorney General Eric Holder called for a federal investigation into the events in Ferguson, briefly introducing the possibility of federal charges, but in January it was announced that not enough evidence had been found.
This year Copwatch Patrol Unit (CPU) wants to hit the streets in full force. CPU wants to continue to make a presence in the community which is most affected by police brutality. We want to get “Uniforms, Walkie Talkies, Body Cameras, And A Van” to help us keep the community and the CPU family safe. Our CPU family is growing and we need your help. Any contribution that could be given is appreciated.
The CPU family wants to thank you all ahead of time, Thank You!
CPU seek to end police repression through directly monitoring police while they are engaging the public through questioning,… detainment, or arrest. CPU spend their time walking the streets, observing police, witnessing and recording police interactions with citizens on camera, video-record, audio-record, and/or paper. CPU concentrate in areas where known trouble making cops are assigned or areas of high police activity (Impact Zones). CPU also advise people of their rights and listen to their stories and documents those stories.
CPU goals are to discourage and attempt to stop police brutality and harassment by;
Educating people and communities to their rights and their responsibilities to each other.
Letting police know that their actions are being observed and recorded that they may be held accountable for their actions.
Trying to get laws and regulations in place and enforced that reduce police brutality and repression.
People have to be protected from the brutality they currently face at the hands of the police. CPU has taken up that challenge. Join us in ending police brutality.
We are going to announce the first location that we are going to create, “No Cop Zone”. This location has been chosen because it has the highest complaints of police brutality.
March led by Eric Garners 1yr old daughter, Legacy Garner & her mother Jewel Miller.
WEAR ALL BLACK
April 17th makes 9 months since the murder of Eric Garner. Not only are we holding the police accountable. Were holding the EMS, that did nothing to try to revive him accountable as well. Join us, as we take the march to them !
Organized by Ty Black, Systematic Freedom, and the Warriors in the movement. We will be joined by “The coalition to end broken windows”, special election runner James Lane, “A mothers cry for justice”, and Joshua Lopez the nephew of John Collado (who was murdered by NYPD). Security by CPU (Cop watch Patrol Unit) .