A Miami police detective fired for killing an unarmed man three years ago has won his job back.
Officer Reynaldo Goyos fatally shot Travis McNeil and wounded friend Kareem Williams in the winter of 2011 as they sat in a car in Little Haiti following a brief police chase. The shooting was the final one in a string of deadly encounters between Miami police officers and black menthat led to intense public uproar and an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice.
Goyos wasn’t prosecuted for the shooting. But in early 2013, he was fired by Police Chief Manuel Orosa after a department Firearms Review Board ruled the shooting was “unjustified” and said the evidence surrounding the shooting was inconsistent with Goyos’ account of the event, in which he said he saw McNeil grabbing a black object.
An arbitrator who reviewed the case, however, overturned Goyos’ firing Friday and ordered the department to return him to his job no later than Aug. 13, with full back pay. Sgt. Javier Ortiz, president of Miami’s Fraternal Order of Police, called the ruling vindication and said the firing was political.
“Imagine calling the police and in the face of danger, our police officers run and hide. We have no duty to retreat and as police officers we don’t shy away in the face of danger,” Ortiz stated in a press release, adding: “Unlike some of our policy makers, we aren’t cowards.”
This is what Mozart actually looks like. The image was found in a radio station in Belgium. Fact - the Moors (Black people) brought Classical Music to Europe.
Not only that but when you read the REAL bios of him, he’s described as having brown skin, “negroid features” (broad, wide nose, etc) and wiry hair. There was a post going around back in February that was very enlightening.
Wasn’t Beethoven part Moor (Black) too? There was a book written about his hair because Europeans were so transfixed with it!
Yes, Beethoven was Black.
Real history returns.
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