Black male cam show
The video shows the deputy entering an apartment and being confronted by Pierre, CBS Miami reports."Don't point at me, man. " Pierre responds."Step back," the deputy says again."For who? That's when three shots rang out and Pierre fell to the ground in the parking lot."Shots fired," the deputy said on his radio.
"Pierre grabbed hold of the deputy's foot and an odd standoff ensued."Let me go of my leg, sir," the deputy demanded.
The chase began after police received a report that Watson had brought a gun into Pleasantville's La Esconda II Restaurant, where he was a regular customer known to employees.
A waitress at the restaurant stated that Watson ordered two beers and paid with cash after two credit cards failed, and that he appeared drunk and was mumbling to himself, according to the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office.
-- Newly released security and body cam video shows the moments that led up to a shooting in Florida involving a Broward County sheriff's deputy. Seconds later, the deputy bursts from the apartment with Pierre following after him. "Surveillance footage shows Pierre striking the deputy and kicking him as the deputy tries to use a baton to defend himself."Settle down! Seconds later, another deputy arrived to help."Get your hands up! The second deputy's body camera showed his encounter as Pierre ignored commands to stop his aggressive behavior.
Footage from the body camera of a deputy who was responding to a disturbance Wednesday at an apartment in Lauderdale Lakes revealed the circumstances of a confrontation that ended with the death of Pedro Pierre, 42. The fight between the two men spilled into the courtyard. It didn't work."Back down, man," the deputy said while retreating. Pierre continued kicking the deputy on the ground and when he let go, he appeared to charge after the other deputy.
Broward Sheriff Scott Israel said Friday that he released the footage to dispel rumors and speculation about the shooting on social media and to give an unvarnished view of what happened.
The shooting deaths of two black men in the past week by police officers are the latest in a spate of cases that have made headlines nationwide.
This collection of essays may have come from a particular exhibit or conference. Coco Fusco and bell hooks have effectively documented this. Articles cover topics such as gay black men in movies, the visual representation of gangsta rap, Mapplethorpe, etc.
It is a book that discusses black men's status as objects of art. The contributors analyze numerous art mediums, not just painting or film.
As for the second deputy, they fail to understand why he used lethal force within seconds of arriving."I know (Pierre) made a mistake but he doesn't deserve to die like that," said Enoch Pierre, Pedro Pierre's brother.
Black Male is the catalog for what was a major and somewhat controversial exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
In her introductory essay, curator Golden explains that she used "five historic signposts" to guide her study of the evolution of images of African American men in the years following the civil rights movement. Golden and her contributors, including Henry Louis Gates Jr., Ed Guerrero, Bell Hooks, and Andrew Ross, discuss the irony and danger of stereotypes; the implications of various perceptions of black masculinity; black men in films; and iconographic public figures from Malcolm X to Michael Jordan.