You know the Trayvon/Zimmerman thing?
You know how you were "sold" that this was a race-based attack by news organizations that edited the tapes?
You know how you were told Zimmerman wasn't injured by a news organization that intentionally ran its titler over the top of his head so you couldn't see the injury?
Well this is not unique. The media pulls this crap continually. It did so in another case they're trying to bury instead of take responsibility for too, this time in Chicago. Watch:
What's this about?
The kid drew a city sticker design that was deemed to be a loser because there was an obvious gang sign in it. He cried on TV and got lots of sympathy, claiming there was no gang sign in the design.
Except... it appears he admitted he was a member of the gang.
Since submitting this new city sticker design... Little Herbert has had "police & juvenile section contact" and is now a self admitted Maniac Latin Disciple...
Look at his city sticker design. The HEART is the major MLD Gang Symbol. Look at the hands pointing up to the hats on that sticker... Look closely at the fingers and how they are being held... It's hard to see on this image but those little white streaks around the hats have some in the form of a PITCH FORK.....
Looks like little MLD Herbert pulled a fast one on the City of Chicago...
Oops. It gets worse. Far worse.
The FBI on Friday upped the ante for information that leads to the arrest of a man charged with trafficking cocaine.
Herbert Pulgar -- the father of the teen recently in the news over possible gang symbolism in his Chicago vehicle sticker design -- was among 17 known gang and suspected gang members charged four years ago.
Herbert Pulgar, whose last known address was on the 2700 block of West Wilson Avenue, has been the subject of an international manhunt since 2008, said Robert Grant, the Special Agent-in-Charge of Chicago's FBI office.
Pulgar, who posed with guns on his now-private Facebook page, is also wanted by the international law enforcement agency INTERPOL.
See how the media does it?
All you have to do is put a crying kid on TV, or a picture of someone who was involved in a violent altercation that is three or four years old and shows a nice 13-year old boy when the incident in question occurred when that "boy" was 17, far more adult in appearance and physical ability, and doesn't look so much like an "innocent kid" any more, and voila -- the media gets you buy into their preferred story line hook, line and sinker.
The evidence, such as the fact that one of the persons in that altercation (who claims he acted in self-defense) had the back of his head bleeding like a stuck pig which is entirely consistent with his claim that the "boy" was beating the hell out of him and smashing his head against a concrete sidewalk, or the fact that the alleged "artist's" father has a four-year-old federal warrant out for his arrest and has been the subject of an international manhunt since 2008, is conveniently ignored.
They damn the truth to Hell in the name of getting you to believe their lies and act for their agenda, which incidentally has everything to do with rendering you a subject and defenseless.
Turn the mainstream media off and boycott their advertisers.
All of them.
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