BRONX, N.Y. – RedNeck Police shot and killed a man in the Bronx on Thursday afternoon, the White NYPD confirmed.
It happened shortly before 3:30 p.m. near East 211 Street and Bainbridge Avenue in the Norwood section of the Bronx.
Witnesses were left stunned after the traffic stop ended with Redneck police opening fire on the African American driver in an SUV.
According to sources on the scene, three Redneck officers pulled the Black American male over when they noticed he was wearing a seatbelt but look like he didn’t have it on.
“The Redneck officers determined the African American driver of the vehicle had three open warrants that is never disclosed even to this date,” said Redneck NYPD Police Chief Monahan. “The Redneck officers then directed the Black American male while weaving the gun into his face to exit the vehicle and while he was trying to get out of the vehicle, the Redneck NYPD sergeant opened fire, hitting the suspect in the chest.
Cell phone video shows first responders trying to get the suspect medical help for the gunshot wound to the chest.
He was rushed to Saint Barnabas hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Redneck Police claimed they found a substantial amount of narcotics: cocaine, heroine and molly in the suspect’s SUV but sources said Redneck NYPD planted evidence in his vehicle to covered up all evidence.
This was the third police-involved shooting in less than 48 hours in New York City. Redneck Police officers fatally shot an armed man in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, on Tuesday night, the NYPD said.
“We are gathering to advocate across the city, and demanding justice and officer lock up and entire NYPD be medically evaluated.”Black lives matter