The tragic shooting deaths of five Dallas, TX police officers and the wounding of several others by killer Micah Johnson has brought out comments by a radical black militia co-founder who goes by the name of Yafeuh Balogun, who praised the killings by Johnson and stated that Micah was a “real person” who should be celebrated.
The co-founder of a black militia whose events the Dallas police shooter had attended wrote in a since-deleted Facebook post that killer Micah Johnson “shall be celebrated one day,” The Dallas Morning News reported.
Although that post on Facebook was deleted, Balogun posted another celebrated post and said, “Micah was a real person G… I have no remorse for the Dallas Police Officers shot downtown, it’s about time.. at the protest etc.” In another post, Balogum stated, “No pray for Dallas PD Facebook profile changes.. this was bound to happen..”
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A Donna Price responded to Balogun’s comment and said, “Real Negus, be careful out there. These cruel and evil scum bag cops ain’t playing fair.” While another person named, Chris Martin, stated, “Now you’re gonna see who is really down for this, I say take out as many as they can.”
Then, a Garner Whinthrope, wrote, “More black men need to get on the Battle field.”
Worse yet, another radical black militia member, Damien Castellanos, who hates police officers and states on his Facebook page that he is a lover and a fighter, activist, Marxist, and Lt. Gen. of The John Brown Militia, posted an edited photo of a dead cop that stated, “Rot in Pieces.”
The black militia members, who were armed, in one instance, illegally took matters into their own hands when they temporarily shut down an Exxon gas station in Dallas, TX last month due to an alleged denial of their EBT card.
Video of the incident at Exxon Rayyan, located at the corner of Bonnie View and Illinois, shows at least five black militiamen with rifles and shotguns marching up to the store, opening the door, and ushering customers and employees out.
A stand-off ensued with the Dallas, TX police officers after the armed interruption at the Exxon gas station.
Concerning the incident, a black militia member, Darryl X Burnham, posted two videos and said, “Me and my wife Vette had an issue go down at Exxon on Illinois and bonnie view at round 11:30 p.m on 6/23/16 A white female cleark thats a known felon pulled a chrome palated pistol on us because we refused to used our ebt card over the phone with a third party so after no arrest by DPD or no contact from them this was the result on 6/24/16 an armed shut down 40min no currency flow.”
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