Was White Memphis Police Officer the First Victim of #JusticeOrElse?

Stuff Black People Don’t Like
August 5, 2015

They want a 10,000 man army.

Black men.

To rise up and declare #JusticeOrElse.

Was Officer Bolton (right) the first victim of the #JusticeOrElse movement?
Was Officer Bolton (right) the first victim of the #JusticeOrElse movement?

Back in 2005 the notorious Atlanta Courthouse gunman Brian Nichols waged his holy war in the name of racial justice (he lamented he had to break a few black eggs on the way to building his non-white omelet); so if you are to believe the rants of the Nation of Islam founder regarding #JusticeOrElse, please remember this a sentiment deeply rooted in the black community.

Enter white Memphis Police Officer Sean Bolton, who was executed as he tried to perform a routine traffic stop.

By a black man. [Sister of man accused of killing police officer claims self defense, KMOV.com, August, 4, 2015]:

The family of a man accused of shooting and killing a Memphis police officer said there is more to the story.

Tremaine Wilbourn turned himself in to U.S. Marshals after an intense manhunt.One of Wilbourn’s friends said that he planned to run to Mexico, but his grandmother convinced him to turn himself in.

“We was (sic) just worried about him,” Wilbourn’s sister, Callie Watkins, said. “We knew it wasn’t going to end pretty if he would have fought it out. I’m just glad he turned himself in.”

Wilbourn is accused of killing Memphis police officer Sean Bolton Saturday night in a Parkway Village neighborhood.  However, Watkins said people have the wrong idea about her brother.

“He ain’t a coward,” Watkins said. “He was defending himself.”

Police said Wilbourn was a passenger in a car parked the wrong way. Watkins said Officer Bolton got angry when the driver ran away.  Then, things got violent between Wilbourn and Bolton.

“The police was (sic) out there roughing him up to, you know how they do–trying to do you any kind of way,” Watkins explained.

Bolton was the only officer on the scene when he was shot several times.

“I’m not sure whose gun it was,” Watkins added.

Investigators said Wilbourn, a convicted bank robber on probation, ran after the shooting. He then allegedly carjacked the owner of a silver Honda.

“Tremaine ain’t a bad person,” Watkins said. “Things happen; things happen.”

Of course a convicted criminal isn’t a bad person when the real criminal is the white man’s justice system, right Sister Watkins?

Preach on!


 Supporters of Tremain Wilbourn, the Memphis ex-con accused of shooting Officer Sean Bolton when he interrupted a drug deal on Saturday night, have started an IndieGoGo campaign to funnel money to him and his family.

Wilbourn turned himself in after a two-day manhunt. “I want you to know that one, I’m not a cold-blooded killer and two, I am not a coward,” he reportedly told Memphis Police Director Toney Armstrong. The campaign repeats his claims and says that cops are waging “terrorism” on black communities, and so they have to support ex-cons who kill.The description of the campaign reads in full:

This year, police have killed 558 people. 68% of those people were black. Most of them were unarmed. Police brutality and terrorism on the black community remains largely unchecked and less than 1% of those police officers who murder black people without cause are charged with murder or manslaughter.

Tremaine Wilbourn turned himself in to police on Monday, August 3rd for fatally shooting a police officer during a traffic stop and he wanted to make clear two things: one- he is not a cold-blooded killer, and two- he is not a coward. While the murderers of Freddie Gray, Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, 12 year old Tamir Rice, Sandra Bland and countless others are free to enjoy their families and lives, these men are no longer among the living.

These barbaric, unjustified murders of black men, women, and children are supported under the rule of law. We have to step up and support our people like the murderers of these men, women, and children have been supported. Please donate anything you can to support Tremaine’s children and his family during this difficult time for them.

So far, the campaign has raised $116 with 12 funders out of its stated $61,000 goal.

“We have to support our people,” the campaign’s founder, “PK EI” wrote as a comment. “If Darren Wilson can raise enough to put his children through college twice, we should be able to put together this change for Tremaine’s family.”

“We Should Always Support Our Own People, Especially When The Situation Is Grime And Questionable, Or When We Are Completely Within Our Rights. Because We Are All We have To Support Us,” reads another from user “thinkanotherway.”

The campaign declares that Wilbourn did in fact, shoot Bolton to death. If nothing else, its adherence to IndieGoGo’s community guidelines is questionable:

“Indiegogo is not a place for hatred, abuse, discrimination, disrespect, profanity, meanness, harassment, or spam,” the community guidelines read. “Do no [u]se the Services to promote violence, degradation, subjugation, discrimination or hatred against individuals or groups based on race, ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity.”


Until people begin to seriously understand what this whole Nation of Islam #JusticeOrElse movement is, and how many willing soldiers Farrakhan already has doing his proposed bidding, more and more good people like Sean Bolton will pay the price.

As will people like Bolton’s family.