Baton Rouge On HIGH ALERT After URGENT Warning
Here’s a thought. If the Black Panthers bothered to spend as much energy teaching black men to become fathers instead of baby daddies, to stop committing crimes, and to actually stay in school and get a job, they wouldn’t have to be protesting police in the first place…
BATON ROUGE – About a dozen members of the New Black Panther Party arrived in North Baton Rouge Saturday morning. They began their day at the Trippe S convenience store where Sterling was killed Tuesday morning.
“The people wanted us here. We want to be here and that’s why we are here,” Jerald Justice said.
The Black Panthers say they are not in town to cause more problems.
“We’re not outsiders. We are people from the community,” Justice said. “The community doesn’t look at us as outsiders. We’ve been welcomed here.”
Around 6 p.m. Saturday, protesters blocked parts of Airline Highway for the second day in a row. Police deployed riot gear, causing a short by tense situation as some protesters were pushed off of the road. More