Winston Salem Black Foot Soldiers, along with North Carolina Black Foot Soldiers, are praising “the courage” of thirty five year old Monte Denard Evans for standing up against the city’s regime of racist police but simultaneously criticizing him for his disrespectful and, reportedly, abusive attitude toward black women.
“We can never tell when Allah is going to call you to be the hero you are to be,” speaking of Evans’ defending himself against two Winston Salem officers who, reportedly, were harassing him, says North Carolina Black Foot Soldier Moses Grady. “So we all aspects of our lives must be without tarnish in order to receive the respect we are due.”
While record of Evans’ protests against the system demonstrate his potential: In 2006, he was charged with resisting an officer during a traffic stop; and, he was convicted of armed robbery and served prison time, according to some local, Winston Salem Black Foot Soldiers, his (alleged) volatile relationships black women are a discredit to him.
“We are saddened that officer Clark has been released from the hospital but trust that his life will never be the same,” Grady said. “And there are many hoping officer Hutchens will now eat of his hypocrisy in full.
“While it took a real man of God to stand against the evil we battle against, it takes a man whose mind has been poisoned by the very devil he fights against to do psychological and or physical harm to one of our sisters.”
Grady, with near a hundred Foot Soldiers and observers, gathered at a local park to remind local blacks that white police should always be seen as racial terrorists.
Evans was released from prison in 2008.