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Black city council member owned notorious crack house in Lima, Ohio.


CofCC.org News Team

Crack house was owned by a black city council member. Lima police officer acquitted in self-defense shooting, despite protests from local race hustlers.

The Lima, Ohio crack house, where a woman died while fighting with police, is owned by black City Council member Derry Glenn.

A swat team raiding a crack house in Lima, Ohio last January. A 26 year old black woman with six kids was living in the house. She was letting one or more people use her house to sell crack. Police tried to get the inhabitants to come out of the house, because of all the children. No one would come out. When police entered, two pitbulls were used to attack the police. The 26 year old woman was killed in the crossfire and a small child was wounded.

Rather than take responsibility for owning a crack house, Derry Glen announced that it was time to call Martin Luther King III and the Rev. Al Sharpton. He also called for demonstrations, and an FBI investigation into the local police.

A Lima jury acquitted the police officer yesterday. Local black race hustlers threatened more protests. Many people denounced “white man’s justice” outside the courthouse.

Related Story from 1150 WIMA…

Councilman Derry Glenn is doing what he can to get people to work together on several proposed projects in his part of the city- the 6th ward…

Tuesday night- he held a town-hall style meeting at Martin Luther King park- and even though the turn out was low- Glenn is hopeful the community will pull together…

Glenn also reiterated his mow-a-thon plan set for this Saturday at 9am- starting at M-L-K park and going all over the city to cut un-kept grass- or to help those who have a hard time keeping their own yards maintained…

Apparently Derry Glen represents a district that is notorious for unkept yards. Imagine that.