Leonard Cure, 53, was exonerated after spending years in prison for a crime he supposedly didn’t commit in Florida. Florida even gave him a check for $800,000 for his troubles. But when he blew through Camden County, GA going over 100mph passing a sheriff’s deputy in a marked squad car, he got pulled over.
He didn’t follow the officer’s directives. Then he whipped out his Martial Arts skills and began attacking the deputy after getting tased.
At one point, Mr. Cure had the upper hand in his effort to hurt and/or kill the cop.
He even repeated the words, “yeah, bitch” a few times.
That was until he took a hot lead supplement into the side of his chest that likely pierced both lungs and probably his heart as well.
At that point, the fight was pretty much over.
Here’s the video. It’s tough to watch and not safe for work.
And he died a minute or two later, probably from blood loss and/or tissue damage.
The deputy eventually began crying as the adrenaline wore off. He clearly was distraught at what the motorist forced him to do to save himself.
And, in our society, it didn’t take long for the race hustlers to do their thing.
Leonoard Cure was killed because he was black, you know. Not because he was attacking a cop, trying to choke him out to evade arrest.
Leaders at every level must act now to end the culture of anti-Blackness in policing
ATLANTA — Leonard Cure, a 53-year-old Black man, was shot and killed by a police officer in Camden County, Ga. on Monday. In 2020, Mr. Cure was exonerated after being incarcerated for nearly two decades in Florida.
“Our hearts are heavy with grief as we mourn the police-led killing of Leonard Cure – a man who was reveling in his new chapter of life in Georgia,” said Margaret Huang, president and CEO of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
“No one should be shot to death during a traffic stop,” Huang continued. “The brutal and unjust violence Black people have endured at the hands of police must end. Enough is enough.”
“The SPLC once again calls for a reimagining of policing in this country that respects the rights of all people,” Huang concluded. “Leaders at every level must take urgent action to end the culture of anti-Blackness in policing, keep all communities safe and demand accountability until equal justice is a reality for all.”
There you go. “Reimagining policing.” Is it just me or is that code for two tiers of justice: One for blacks and one for everyone else. Well, everyone except the Clintons, the Bidens and all the rest of the corruptocrats North of Richmond.