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US Media censored black race riot in Oakland.

Blacks rioted AGAIN in Oakland last Friday. 150 people were arrested, but you probably heard nothing about it. Black race riots have been occurring all year long and the so-called “mainstream” media censors them. We had to learn from the British press that a massive black race riot occurred in our own country.

The black thugs were rioting in response to the conviction of a white transit authority officer. The case stems from an incident when several transit officers were apprehending a group of black thugs that had been terrorizing people on the metro rail. While in the process of apprehending a group of violent black thugs, one of the thugs was shot to death. Oscar Grant was fighting with police and screaming profanities when an officer claims he grabbed his pistol instead of his taser by mistake and shot him to death. The transit officer was convicted and sentenced to two years in prison.

From UK Daily Mail…

An Oakland rally billed as a tribute to Grant turned into a march through the downtown area with residences nearby, where demonstrators broke car and bus windows late Friday night. Some carried a banner reading ‘Justice for Oscar Grant.’ Police helicopters hovered above, shining spotlights on the crowd.

Oakland Police Chief Anthony Batts said the protest was declared an illegal assembly after one officer had his gun taken from him in a fight and another officer was hit by a car and suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

Officers began making arrests about 8 p.m. and had detained and handcuffed 152 people by the time the protest had died down about 90 minutes later.

Police spokesman Jeff Thomason said officers checking the backpacks of several of those arrested found hammers, pepper spray, switchblades and anti-freeze.

Some residents of the area expressed empathy with the protesters but wished the demonstrators hadn’t taken it out on their neighborhood.

‘They have a right to be angry to an extent, but don’t break other people’s stuff,’ said Mohammed Mofeed, who manages a liquor store about a block from where a large group of people were arrested.