Brad “Scarface” Jordan spoke to Vlad TV about the latest shooting incident in Brooklyn, which led to the death of two NYPD officers.
“Bro, they takin s**t too far now. I’m looking at the footage that was shot on the cell phones and uploaded to the social media, and I’m like, ‘Damn, did some more shots go off when they were down?’ What the **** is going on? That’s crazy, bro.”
The Sunday New York Times article describes the cop killings as an ambush: “The man, Ismaaiyl Brinsley, circled the car — No. 4324 — parked just off Myrtle Avenue before approaching from behind,” the New York Times reports. “He fired four shots through the closed window of the passenger side and fled, pursued by two Consolidated Edison utility workers who happened to witness the attack. Both officers died in the fusillade, which roiled a city already on edge from weeks of protests over police practices.”
In light of the recent controversy over the lack of indictment in the death of Eric Garner at the hands of an NYPD officer, and the Michael Brown case in Ferguson, Missouri, police action has been highly scrutinized and protested throughout the country.
“I don’t know if I should say innocent and police officers in the same sentence,” Scarface says in the interview. “But you got to look at it like this: if you are a Black man and you are armed, you a thug. If you Middle Eastern and you armed, you a terrorist. If you are Mexican and you are armed, you are a gang banger. If you are White and you armed, then you are exercising your second amendment.”
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