This is a short fourteen minute report of an incident which transpired on December 9, 2013, in Dallas, Texas. Amy Wilburn, a white female Dallas police officer, shot Kelvion Walker, aged seventeen at time of this event. Police officer Wilburn, claims she didn't mean to shoot Kelvion Walker in an abdomen area.
This Dallas Police Department member was on a call for an alleged automobile theft. A witness and Mr. Walker claim he had his hands up when he was shot. The Dallas Police Department claims he tried to exit this alleged stolen vehicle.
Was this an act of racism white supremacy terrorism by this white law enforcement officer towards a man of color? Kelvion Walker did not possess any weapons on his persons during this incident. Also, Dallas police officers failed to call for an ambulance immediately after he was shot.
The Dallas police chief, David Brown, fired Amy Wilburn for violating that department's deadly force policy. A grand jury has yet to decide if any criminal charges will be filed against terrorist, I mean officer Wilburn. Four other Dallas police officers were fired after this incident.
Senior Corporal Frank Della, aged forty three, Moises Limon, Senior Corporal William Wesley, and Sargeant Rafael Rodriguez were given their police issued pink slips allegedly. Senior Corporal James Reynolds, was demoted because he supposedly failed to help another officer with a combative hostage I mean detainee. This is not first time in recent history that Amy Wilburn has been part of a shooting incident while on duty.
In August of two thousand and twelve, Deanna Cook was murdered and her death was documented on a 911 call. Amy Wilburn was dispatched with a fellow colleague. Allegedly, they knocked on Deanna Cook's door and left.
She was not found dead until a few days later by family members. Kelvion Walker is suing Amy Wilburn for excessive use of force and not immediately calling for an ambulance. Will Kelvion Walker receive justice by this possible white female terrorist or will this be another white washed incident in a system of racism white supremacy terrorism?
Watch my fourteen minute report for a more detailed analysis of this incident.
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About Author Aaron J. Berg
Aaron J. Berg is the creator of Reality UnKnown, host of the Reality UnKnown podcast, and blogger at RealityUnKnown.com. He started blogging and speaking against the system back in 2009. Now he blogs, podcasts, and produces video content for your benefit.