Georgia, USA police kills unarmed African American

This 13 June 2020 video from Georgia in the USA says about itself:

‘I thought this city was better than that’

A cousin of Rayshard Brooks spoke Saturday about the Atlanta police shooting at a University Ave. Wendy’s that took his cousin’s life Friday night.

Ahmaud Arbery murdered in Georgia, USA

This 12 May 2012 video from the USA says about itself:

White Man Runs with TV to Prove Racism Killed Ahmaud Arbery | NowThis

This white man ran around shirtless holding a TV without getting stopped to prove that racism killed Ahmaud Arbery.

In US news and current events today, people across the country were outraged when a video of Ahmaud Arbery’s shooting death surfaced. Ahmaud Arbery, a young Black man, was shot and killed by a father and son while he was jogging in Georgia. Months later and only after public outcry, the men responsible for Ahmaud Arbery’s killing were arrested.

Richard Demsick from Vero Beach, Florida, posted this video to TikTok on May 8, which would have been Ahmaud Arbery’s 26th birthday. Demsick ran 2.23 miles through his Florida neighborhood as part of the #IRunWithMaud movement. He ran shirtless and with a TV to prove that racism is what killed Ahmaud Arbery.

Georgia autopsy report shows Ahmaud Arbery shot three times. The autopsy report of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man who was shot and killed in Brunswick, Georgia, while jogging in February, was released Tuesday showing that he was shot three times, twice in the chest: here.

This 12 May 2012 video from the USA says about itself:

Wall Street Is Profiting From Police Brutality

Taxpayers are paying double for police brutality settlements thanks to cities and towns buying bonds from Wall Street to finance payouts for officer misconduct. San Diego cop watcher Kat from Irate Productions discusses recent police harassment of unarmed residents.

KENTUCKY GOV. DEMANDS PROBE OF BREONNA TAYLOR KILLING Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear is calling for an investigation into the police killing of a Black first responder shot dead in her own home. Breonna Taylor, 26, was shot eight times by Louisville Metro police officers on March 13 after they entered her apartment with a drug warrant looking for someone else. “The commonwealth’s attorney, the U.S. attorney and the Kentucky attorney general should carefully review the results of the initial investigation to ensure justice is done at a time when many are concerned that justice is not blind,” Beshear said. [HuffPost]

4 POLICE OFFICERS FIRED OVER KNEE CHOKE DEATH Four Minneapolis police officers were fired Tuesday, a day after the death of George Floyd, a Black man who died after an officer kneeled on his neck while he was handcuffed on the ground, shouting that he couldn’t breathe. “It is the right decision for our city,” Mayor Jacob Frey said of the firings. “We’ve stated our values and ultimately we need to live by them.” Hundreds gathered last night to protest Floyd’s death. [HuffPost]

Murder of Ahmaud Arbery in the USA

This 12 May 2020 video from the USA says about itself:

Ahmaud Arbery’s Father Speaks Out About Son’s Killing | NowThis

‘I want them to see my son’s face every day they do time’ — Ahmaud Arbery’s father spoke out about his son’s killing and what he hopes happens to the father and son charged with his murder.

In US news and current events today, people across the country have been calling for justice for Ahmaud Arbery, a Black man shot and killed while jogging in Georgia. The father and son who killed Ahmaud Arbery were recently arrested on charges of murder.

During an interview with Chris Cuomo, Ahmaud Arbery’s father Marcus Arbery called the attack on his son a ‘lynching by a racial mob.’ Watch the full interview with Chris Cuomo.

JUSTICE DEPT. WEIGHS HATE CRIME CHARGES IN ARBERY KILLING The Department of Justice is considering whether to bring federal hate crime charges against two white men who shot and killed Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old Black man, while he was jogging through a suburb in Glynn County, Georgia. In a gruesome video that only recently surfaced, Gregory and Travis McMichael, a father and son, are seen shooting Arbery in the street with a shotgun and a .357 Magnum on Feb. 23. [HuffPost]

The killing of Arbery by a former police officer and public investigator must be seen in the context of the unending wave of police killings in the US, which claim more than 1,000 lives every year: here.

Anhinga, osprey in Georgia, USA

This video from the USA says about itself:

Anhinga Dries Off In Sunny Savannah, Georgia – Jan 15, 2019

The Savannah cam caught this Anhinga, a distinctive waterbird, hanging out to dry below the cam’s vacant nest. When Anhingas aren’t slyly swimming through shallow waters with only their head sticking out, they are easy to spot drying out their waterlogged feathers in sunny areas. Look around the borders of lakes and ponds with forested edges for a sunning bird.

This 15 January 2020 video from the USA says about itself:

First Osprey Visit of the Year to the Savannah Nest! | Skidaway Audubon | Cornell Lab

An Osprey visited the Savannah nest twice this morning, even bringing some nesting material on the second visit. It’s still unknown whether a pair will take to the new nest site, but we’re all excited at the potential!

Racist plot to murder African Americans uncovered

This 20 October 2019 video from the USA is called Teenage girl arrested after plot to attack metro Atlanta church.

From the (conservative) Daily Mail in England, 19 November 2018:

White girl, 16, arrested after authorities discover notebook detailing her plans to ‘kill worshipers at a predominately black church in Georgia’

A 16-year-old girl has been arrested after it was revealed she planned to attack Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Gainesville, Georgia

Authorities say the teenager, who is white, planned the attack on the predominately black congregation because of their race

Officers learned of the plan after students notified school officials that the suspect kept details of the plan in a notebook

She is charged with criminal attempt to commit murder.

Nuthatch, bluebirds at Georgia, USA osprey nest

This video from the USA says about itself:

White-breasted Nuthatch Perches For A Close Up – Aug. 20, 2019

This White-breasted Nuthatch stays perched in the tangled branches of the Osprey nest in Savannah, Georgia. These compact passerines get their common name from their habit of jamming large nuts and acorns into tree bark, then whacking them with their sharp bill to “hatch” out the seed from the inside.

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This video from the USA says about itself:

Eastern Bluebirds Scale Branch Near Savannah Nest – Aug. 20, 2019

Two juvenile male Eastern Bluebirds investigate the broken branch next to the Savannah Osprey nest. Notice the spotting on the backs and chests of these blue-backed explorers? It’s a sure-fire clue that you’ve found yourself a young bluebird!

Great blue heron in Georgia, USA

This video from Georgia in the USA says about itself:

Great Blue Heron Perches In Saltmarshes Of Savannah – Aug. 14, 2019

The Savannah Osprey cam spotted this long-necked heron perched in the salty marshlands surrounding the nest. Great Blue Herons are tall, patient birds that hunt in both fresh and saltwater habitats, where they stalk fish, small mammals, and just about anything else that might fit down their gullet.

Brown-headed nuthatches at United States osprey nest

This 8 August 2019 video from Georgia in the USA says about itself:

Brown-headed Nuthatches Make Noisy Appearance In Savannah – Aug. 8, 2019

Turn up your volume and listen to these rubber ducky soundalikes at the Savannah Osprey nest. Brown-headed Nuthatches are social birds that travel in noisy family groups. They can be found year-round in southeastern pine forests, where they scour tree trunks, branches, twigs, and pine needle clusters for tasty spiders and insects.