Daily Archives: 1, January 31, 2023

NBA Really Care As Long As It’s Not In The Backyard of Their $31million mansion

Curry moves family to Bay Area’s Atherton, wealthiest zip code in U.S.

NBA Cares

Season restart: Team-by-team social justice messages on jerseys

The NBA and the National Basketball Players Association agreed on social justice messages that can be displayed on the back of jerseys.

Not in our backyard! NBA star Steph Curry launches opposition to 16 new homes for the poor near his California mansion because he has ‘major privacy and safety concerns’

The proposal sees 16 townhouses being built directly behind Steph Curry’s yard. Neighbors in the ritzy California neighborhood of Atherton also oppose the plan. The Currys said the housing project would pose as a threat to ‘safety and privacy’ of them and their kids, nothing that the location and height of the townhouses residents leering views into their $31million mansion.

Biden-supporter Stephen Curry moves to block ‘low-income housing’ near his $30 million mansion…

Biden’s DOJ Starting a Civil-Rights Probe of Death in Memphis Police Custody? ‘If you are having a hard time understanding how these five young black men might have killed another young black man out of racial animus against young black men, welcome to the club.’

The knee-jerk presumption of a civil-rights violation is explainable solely because these five alleged killers are police — or, at least, were police at the time of the killing. The profession of policing, of serving and protecting the communities in which the cops themselves live, is now stigmatized as racist. The stigma is so indelible that it makes no difference that the cops in question are all — every one of them — of the same race as the victim.

Memphis has a majority-black police department. Its chief, Cerelyn J. Davis, is a black woman and mother who has been president of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives.

Why Is the Biden DOJ Starting a Civil-Rights Probe of Tyre Nichols’s Death in Memphis Police Custody?

By Andrew C. McCarthy

January 26, 2023 6:23 PM

If you can’t figure out how five black officers might have killed a young black man out of racial animus against young black men, welcome to the club.

This first sentence of the New York Times’ coverage is textbook promotion of the hidebound narrative sprung from the progressive obsession with race: “Five fired Memphis police officers have been charged with murder in the death of Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old Black man hospitalized after a traffic stop early this month.”

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Memphis cops… hired after PD relaxed job requirements’ ‘ …even offering waivers for people who have been convicted on felony charges.’

January 28, 2023 –Memphis cops charged in Tyre Nichols murder hired after PD relaxed job requirements

MPD granted $9.8M to hire new officers as calls to defund police mount

Sarah Macaraeg Memphis Commercial Appeal

June 4, 2020

The Department of Justice will fund the salaries of 50 Memphis Police Department officers, as part of the Community Oriented Policing Services hiring program known as COPS.

The Memphis police department is one of nearly 600 law enforcement agencies set to receive a cumulative $400 million from the federal government, the office of U.S. Attorney for Western Tennessee, D. Michael Dunavant, announced Tuesday. 

The COPS funding will put around 2,700 new officers on the street and in schools across the U.S. — as protests stoked by police violence continue to unfold, with the support of the majority of Americans, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.

2021- Memphis struggles to find police recruits as violence soars

this could open the doors to people who have had a brush on the wrong side of the law.

Memphis Police Department changes some requirements, offers signing bonuses to recruit new officers

By Valerie Calhoun, FOX13Memphis.com January 27, 2022 at 8:40 am CST

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — In an effort to recruit new officers, the Memphis Police Department is offering signing bonuses and changing some of the requirements to become an officer.

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