Baton Rouge Cop Posted This CHILLING Message Just Days Before He Was Killed…

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By Sassy Liberty AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

Montrell Jackson was named as one of the police officers killed today in Baton Rouge. These officer targeted shootings are occurring in response to the shooting death of Alton Sterling by police on July 5 and the subsequent protests by the hate group known as Black Lives Matter. The funny thing is Montrell Jackson was a black police officer. Does his life not matter? Or is it only “certain” black lives?

Jackson ten-year veteran officer of the Baton Rouge Police Department.  He was also the father of a little boy named Mason, who is about four months old. That little boy will now never know his father because apparently, some lives are more important than others according to those waging war in the streets against the police.

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Friends like Darnell Murdock described Jackson as a man that loved his job.  Murdock stated, “It motivated him to go out and change people’s lives. He was on (the force) to help people, to make you have a better day.  He was humble, kind and sweet.… He wasn’t on there to write tickets. I don’t understand how this could happen to someone like him.”

 

 

Jackson appears to be a man that took the mantra “to protect and serve” to heart.  In 2007, Jackson was injured trying to save a toddler from a burning apartment building.  Several officers were called to the Newport Villa apartment complex.  The mother was only able to save one of her children and her young son was still trapped inside.  Jackson, along with other officers, tried to reach the toddler using fire extinguishers, but there wasn’t enough time.  They were driven back by flames and smoke.  Medics had to treat Jackson and the other officers for smoke inhalation.

 

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Jackson’s cousin, Marcus Brown, described him as a “great police officer” who never complained about his job, even though his job was very trying, especially of late in light of the circumstances.  “He was just a good person in general,” said Brown, the boy’s godfather.

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Jackson wrote these words on July 8, 2016, on his Facebook post — a lot of wisdom here.  Those that advocate for death and violence, those that would insist that #BlackLivesMatter would do well to heed his words.

 

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It amazing to me that in this day and age when we seem to have come so far as a people to be unified, all it takes is the divisive words of a race baiting president and his administration and backed up by his lapdog media and we get to where we are today.  The killing has to stop.  Gunning down police officers is NOT the answer.  Neither is disarming the citizenry and continuing with racial overtones, inciting a race war.  We are ALL people.  It’s times like these that I am reminded of an old Sunday school song — “….red, yellow, black, or white, they are precious in His sight.  Jesus loves the little children of the world….”

It seems a lot of folks in this country need a reminder.  We’re ALL human. We ALL bleed.  We ALL cry.  We ALL have hopes and dreams.  Not one of us asked to be born white, black, red, or yellow, or any combination thereof.  We are STRONGER together, than divided.

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(h/t The Advocate)

By Sassy Liberty  AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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