The families of gun victims grieve during Chicago’s deadliest weekend of the year. Photo Credit: Chicago Tribune
Picked up where we left off
I need you home when I get off
You know I need that wet mouth
I know you need that reptile
She cut from a different textile
She love different kinds of sex now
Black girl sippin’ white wine
Put my fist in her like a civil rights sign
And grabbed it with a slight grind
And held it ‘til the right time
Then she came like AAAAAHHH!
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This past Memorial Day weekend, while walking home from work, twin brothers Aaron and Kristin were brutally attacked around 3 am Sunday in the LES by approximately 10-12 men. Despite eyewitnesses and surveillance video of the attack, the NYPD were quick to label the attack “gang related” and close the case without any investigation. When Aaron’s girlfriend, Cipriana followed up with police a day after the attack she was told that the twins said they did not want an investigation and would “handle it themselves”. Knowing this was untrue, Cipriana encouraged Aaron to contact the police and ask them to pursue the investigation.
When Aaron spoke with police and explained that they did in fact want an investigation he was told he could “face jail time for lying”. It wasn’t until Cipriana took to her blog, urbanbushbabes.com to write about the attack and the lack of police investigation that the press took note (NY Post & Fox 5) and the police suddenly changed their tune. Now the NYPD claims the case was never closed and has labeled it a hate crime.
We really need your help to get this story out and to get justice for the twins. Here’s how you can help:
• Sign the change.org petition to hold the NYPD & Internal Affairs Bureau Liable for their misconduct in the handling of Aaron and Kristin’s case
• Click here to tweet the petition using the #justice4twins hashtag
• Reblog and share this post
• Tweet this story using #justice4twins to media influencers like @MHarrisPerry @TheRevAl @ClutchMagazine @blackvoices and @thinkprogress
This is what we have been through for two days and I have to spread this to the world although this is just a book and literature blog because the media in Turkey is practically dead and we who live in other small towns of Turkey can only hear about the news online and only from a couple of TV channels (and they don’t even broadcast live all the time). Please support us. Even if you think it won’t make a difference to reblog or something, show your support to the real humanity! This is not just about a park any more.
This page is also being updated regularly.