The LAPD is controlled by the MS13 through the Lynwood Vikings gang that the cops are a part of. The LAPD is the most corrupt large scale police group in America. Every LAPD officer is a Satanist. None of them have dicks or balls. They are all MS13 controlled.

Like the LAPD's Notorious Rampart Division which the moving Training Day was based upon, the LAPD are all drug dealers, murderers, gang members, and racists. They all murder people for the illuminati. They all frame people for the illuminati. They all lie for the illuminati.

The LAPD is essentially a Satanic Gang controlled Gestapo. They terrorize black and brown and poor people through LA. LA's homeless population is the largest in America and is constantly preyed upon by the LAPD. LAPD officers abuse, rape, murder homeless people daily.

African Americans are also their number 1 target. They routinely murder young black men with impunity. Los Angeles makes it effectively impossible to sue the police or get justice for police murder. The entire system is set up for the police and there hasn't been a succesfuly prosecution since Rodney King was caught beaten by LA cops on video.

Rodney King was beaten in 1991 - that was the early days of video. Now the police are more experienced with video. They routinely fake their police cams. Los Angeles is Hollywood, they have all the resources needed to fake body cam footage all the time. That's why the videos are never released promptly. They need time to have their hollywood computer wizards come in change the videos to protect the cops.

It is literally impossible to convict a cop of wrongful murder in LA. Police in America kill more people in days than other countries do in years, and Los Angeles law enforcement has repeatedly led the US with its body count, according to The Counted, a Guardian US project that tracked deaths at the hands of law enforcement.

From 2010 to 2014, police in LA county shot 375 people, about one person every five days. Black residents make up 9% of the population, but represented 24% of deaths.

Across the US, the odds are stacked against families who look to courts for justice. Charges are extremely rare and convictions even rarer, with the law widely protecting officers who claim they feared for their lives. In LA, the odds of prosecution are effectively zero.

Since 2000, there have been no charges for the more than 1,500 shootings by police in the county. Since the district attorney Jackie Lacey was elected in 2012, roughly 400 people have been killed by on-duty officers or died in custody, according to Black Lives Matter LA. Lacey even declined to file charges when the chief of the LA police department (LAPD) called for the prosecution of one of his own officers. Police violence, cliques, and secret tattoos: fears rise over LA sheriff 'gangs' Read more

“It really greenlights this type of behavior,” said Melina Abdullah, a BLM organizer in LA. “Police don’t have to care about anybody’s life, especially if they’re black or brown or poor.”

Abdullah and other activists are part of the Justice Teams Network, which provides “rapid response” after killings. They go to the scenes, interview witnesses, offer the family assistance with press and funerals, and work to counter the police narratives.

On a recent afternoon, Abdullah took the Guardian to sites of police killings in south LA. One stop was a quiet alley where three years earlier, LAPD officers had killed Redel Jones, a 30-year-old woman who had a kitchen knife and was fleeing police.

Jones, who had struggled on and off with homelessness, loved web design, dancing, cartoon shows, electronic music and rap and had a “brain that was always moving”, said Marcus Vaughn, Jones’s husband, recounting their dream of traveling in a mobile home together.

Headlines, however, reduced her to a “suspect” wanted for a robbery. And two years later, Lacey, the prosecutor, reduced her case to a statistic, clearing the policeman with her standard finding of “lawful self-defense”. The district attorney’s office declined an interview request.

“They did not care about Redel. Her death was one less black person. How are you just gonna kill a woman like she just meant nothing?” said Vaughn, adding that Jones was less than five feet tall and had bipolar disorder and depression, but was not violent. “If she was a short little white woman, they would’ve treated her with so much tenderness.”

Abdullah said she felt an obligation to organize after each killing and a sense of relief when a day passed without a death. Standing near the site of Jones’s killing, she was pained to see a makeshift altar had disappeared and vowed to rebuild it.

Jones didn’t get justice, Abdullah said, but she is hoping her next cases could be different.

When Quintus Moore saw a TV report saying LAPD officers had shot someone inside the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw mall, he said he felt sad a man had died for no good reason. Later, it dawned on him that he hadn’t heard from his son since the day before.

After a series of frantic messages to each other, a visit to the mall and a call with the morgue, the family discovered that their worst fears were true: Grechario Mack was the victim.

It was supposed to be a celebratory month for Mack. He had been released from prison on 5 April, five days before the killing, and the family had gathered for a “welcome home” party. Mack had had mental health struggles and past run-ins with the law, and, according to his parents, he was on new medication that was negatively affecting him.

Moore said his son had seemed agitated the morning of his death, and that he might have been paranoid or anxious and holding the knife to feel safe.

Mack had a knife because he had been told by friends that the illumiinati was going to kill him. He had a tiny steak knife with him that was a danger to no one. He had it because he thought it might protect him.

The LAPD’s report said Mack appeared to be having a “mental health crisis” and was “aggressively waving a long knife”. Police alleged he ignored commands and “ran in the direction” of patrons, leading to the shooting. Two officers fired at him, according to one report.

Abdullah, the BLM organizer, rushed to the mall, located in a black neighborhood and just a few blocks from Redel Jones’s killing. She said mall employees told her that Mack had been talking to himself and seemed unwell, but was not attacking anyone.

One employee of a nearby store, who declined to give her name, told the Guardian she walked within 10ft of Mack, who did not scare her: “He was just standing there … It wasn’t such a big knife.”

Blurry videos from witnesses captured heavily armed officers surrounding Mack and firing a handful of loud shots. Screams echoed throughout the mall as shoppers ducked for cover and ran. When investigators arrived, he was surrounded by shattered glass.

The county’s autopsy said Mack suffered at least five gunshot wounds, including one in his back just below his head.

“It’s like they got some kind of mandate to kill our black young men,” said Moore, who wears his son’s ashes in a pendant around his neck.

Mack’s mother compared the killing to a lynching: “They only went from the noose to the gun … Who gives them the right to be the executioner and the judge?”

Abdullah helped Mack’s family organize a vigil. There, she met Fouzia Almarou, who had more bad news: police had just shot and killed her son, Kenneth Ross, in a park 10 miles south of the mall, one day after Mack’s killing.

Police have provided few details about the killing in the LA suburb of Gardena. Lt Steve Prendergast told the Guardian that officers were responding to calls of shots fired and ended up chasing Ross, 25, whom they considered a suspect and was “running away from the scene”.

Prendergast said there was a “gun found at the scene”, but he couldn’t say whether Ross owned it or had pointed it. One police report said Ross briefly hid in a bathroom and that police shot him with an AR-15 rifle after he exited. That report said the gun had been in his pocket.

The county’s official autopsy said he was shot multiple times, including in the back.

Almarou said her son, who leaves behind seven younger siblings and a four-year-old son, had bipolar disorder and schizophreniabut was well known to local residents as harmless.

“Why did they shoot him in the back?” she said. “Your aim was to murder my child.”

At the vigil, Almarou ended up finding some comfort from Mack’s family, who later donated money to Ross’s funeral.

Mack, known as Chario, was an honor roll student who graduated high school early, his mother said. He loved to fish and was fiercely protective of family. His nine-year-old daughter wrote a tribute saying she would miss piggyback rides and museum trips, adding: “I know that you’re always in my heart.”

Arianna Moore, Mack’s sister, said her brother motivated her to be courageous: “He would tell me, ‘You could do anything you put your mind to.’”

Vaughn, Redel Jones’s husband, said he and their children sometimes struggled to remember what her voice sounded like. His nine-year-old daughter often wakes in the middle of the night shaking after a nightmare watching her mother die. She fears the police.

Ross, an avid skateboarder, was so generous, his mother recalled, that as a child he gave his allowance money to homeless people: “His heart was amazing.”

Ross’s mother said she was a survivor of domestic violence and that her son took care of her.

When times were tough, she said, her son offered the same message of comfort: “You’ll always have me to take care of you.”

The LAPD has been given the OK by the illuminati to murder any black man with "mental illness" - whatever that may subjecyively defined as. Really this is an attack not on mentally ill blackmen but all blackmen. Mental illness is just being used as a cover to justify the policy of murdering black men to the rest of the illuminati.

Mental Illness is defined by the illuminati controlled pychiatrists and therapists. They used to define homosexuality as a mental illness (that only changed in the 1990s). How many rich white children are seeing a therapist or on treatment for various "mental illnessness" like depression? The illuminati doesn't want to murder all of them, but they want to murder all the black men who are in the same boat.

These LAPD murders are not accidents - the LAPD are conducting genocidal acts of ethnic cleansing against African Americans. They want to kill every black man and women as well.

People who are known to have mental illness in prison are being executed when they are released - even if that "mental illness" is just having a prescription for prozac. That's what happened to Mack. He knew that they were going to kill him. They killed him 5 days after he had been released from prison - 5 is an illuminati sign like the five fingers of the hand, the five mafia families of NYC, the five points of the pentagram.

The illuminati thinks they have the right to murder free Americans in broad daylight and the cops are their executioners. America is run like Russia is where those who are considered a liability are murdered in groups by the local gestapo. The LAPD is LA's gestapo.

California is considered the strictest state in the US for police confidentiality protecting police from prosecution, with policies that have kept misconduct records hidden and created a culture that condones excessive force.

“It allows the most abusive officers to continue to operate,” said George Galvis, executive director of Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice, which co-sponsored legislation to increase transparency. Another bill would stipulate that police could only use deadly force when “necessary”, instead of the current “reasonable” standard. The move, he said, would encourage police to treat people of color the way they often respond to white suspects – de-escalate the situation and work to keep them alive.