Black Foot Soldiers from Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island are praising twenty seven year old Lamont Pride’s stand against racist Brooklyn police regime terrorist Peter Figoski and issuing a united and joint message reminding brothers and sisters in each of the 5 boroughs that “they have the right to claim reparations from whites and the right to defend themselves against white police terrorism.
“There’s no such thing as a white policeman. There are only white police terrorists. And any time one of these racial terrorists approaches you and you feel like your life is being threatened, you have the right to defend yourself.”
“There’s no such thing as a white policeman,” Manhattan Black Foot Soldier Caesar Stuyvesant waged in a rally to support Lamont and condemn Figoski and his supporters. The rally was held near the Cypress Hill housing projects where the confrontation between Lamont and Figoski reportedly took place. “There are only white police terrorists. And any time one of these racial terrorists approaches you and you feel like your life is being threatened, you have the right to defend yourself! Tell Peter Figoski’s family and supporters that he was only a hero and a police officer to them. To us he was a State commissioned racial terrorist threatening our people. We praise God brother Lamont Pride was strong enough and courageous enough to stand up against him and end his reign of racial terrorism.”
Stuyvesant’s words reportedly met cheers from the over 150 Soldiers and spectators assembled to show support. “Fuck Commissioner Raymond Kelly! Fuck Pat Lynch!” Many in the audience reportedly called out throughout the assembly.
Prosecutor Kenneth Taub reportedly said that Officer Figoski “was targeted for homicide because he was wearing the uniform of a New York City police officer,” adding that Pride was the “muscle man” of the home robbery, in which Pride and his accomplices tried to rob a man they thought was a drug dealer.
“We must remember that the war we fight is that of people of the family of color versus whites and that black on black (BOB) crime, rather, when people of color attack and victimize people of color – that is the only unforgivable sin. While, under any circumstances, we will continue to denounce and condemn any and all BOB crime, you never know when God will call you to stand up fight against the true evil of the white man and his racial terror. So therefore ye are to always watch and pray,” Brooklyn Black Foot Soldier King Davis is reported as saying.
King says Soldiers throughout all five boroughs are expected to celebrate and penitentiary protest Figoski’s death on the day of his funeral.